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The Forest Lake girls hockey team closed its 2014-15 season on Saturday in the second round of the Section 7AA playoffs. The fourth-seeded Rangers earned the spot in the quarterfinals after defeating fifth-seeded Duluth at home, 4-1. In the first-round game, Forest Lake came out with a spark startin...Read More
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The Forest Lake Alpine boys ski team is returning to the state meet this season after earning first place and a Section 7 title at Giant’s Ridge in Biwabik on Tuesday. The Rangers squeezed out a first-place finish out of 18 teams with 411 points to edge out Chisago Lakes by three points on the [.....Read More
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The Ranger boys Nordic skiing squad defended its Section 4 title on Thursday, squeezing past runner-up Stillwater at Hyland Park in Bloomington. Forest Lake won with 389 points over the Ponies, who notched 382 points. Woodbury came in third place of 10 teams with 330 points. Forest Lake went one-two...Read More
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The Forest Lake girls hockey team is heading to the second round of the Section 7AA playoffs after defeating fifth-seeded Duluth at the Forest Lake Sports Center on Thursday night. The fourth-seeded Rangers came out with a spark to start the first-round game. Junior Kaitlyn VanTassel set the tone wi...Read More
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Last Friday’s Suburban East Conference game ended in heartbreak for the Forest Lake girls basketball team. The Rangers, who had a six-point lead at halftime, had a four-point lead with 20 seconds remaining in the road game but suffered a series of unfortunate events. “Right away we came out and ...Read More
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The Ranger boys swimming and diving team placed sixth over the weekend at the boys True Team State Class AA Meet. Minnetonka came away with the title after totaling 2,322.5 points on the day. Stillwater earned runner-up honors with a score of 2,187.5 points. Third, fourth and fifth places went to Ed...Read More
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When former Forest Lake lacrosse head coach Jon Loo stepped down from his position last June, Forest Lake Activities Director Aaron Forsythe said he was slightly concerned about filling the position. Forsythe said it’s a tricky spot to fill with competent coaches, as the sport is still fairly new ...Read More
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