Rogers High School
By Bruce Strand Elk River Star News   Maddy Lehn scored twice in the first period and the Rogers Royals went on to defeat Cambridge-Isanti 3-1 at home Tuesday evening, Dec. 3. Lehn scored even-strength at 2:47 with assists from Olivia Olson and Ellie Fellien, and on a power play with two second...Read More
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by Bruce Strand Elk River Star News   The Rogers Royals, anticipating a strong season, lost their opener to one of the top teams on their schedule, the Chaska Hawks, 73-62 at home Tuesday, Dec. 3. “It was a good first game for us,” said coach Karlee Anderson. “We got tired at the end and ...Read More
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By Bruce Strand [email protected]   The Rogers Royals had a 27-point lead at halftime but found themselves in a fight at the end, holding off the St. Francis Saints 78-74 on Thursday evening. “We couldn’t miss in the first half, but we couldn’t buy a basket in the second half,” s...Read More
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By Bruce Strand [email protected]   The Rogers Royals gave up the first two goals, then buried visiting North Branch 13-2 at home on Thursday evening. Nate Weber, junior forward, knocked in three goals, while Alexander Lorman and Spencer Marchand delivered two each. The others came from ...Read More
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by Bruce Strand [email protected]   Spring Lake Park sank a dozen three-point shots to fend off a turnover-plagued Rogers Royals team 77-68 on Friday evening in Rogers. “We shot the ball well. We out rebounded them,” said Rogers coach Joe Belka. “I told the kids, the difference in ...Read More
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By Bruce Strand [email protected]   Rebekah Smith dominated with four goals as the Orono Spartans beat the Rogers Royals 7-2 on Friday evening in Orono. Sarah Harrison, Emily Knight and Stephanie Knight also scored for Orono (7-2). Emily Antony and Madison Lehn had the goals for Rogers (...Read More
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By Bruce Strand [email protected]   The Rogers Royals had eight wrestlers place in the top five as they finished sixth among 12 teams at the Maple Grove Invitational on Saturday. Ryan Lien took second at 220 with a fall, a double overtime victory in the semis, then a loss to Trae Story o...Read More
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