Ranger alpine skiing
  For the first time since 1992, Forest Lake is sending a team to the Alpine skiing state meet. The Forest Lake boys team captured second place of 21 teams at last Tuesday’s Section 7 meet at Giants Ridge in Biwabik with a total of 406 points, just behind the perennial power, Stillwater, ...Read More
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The Forest Lake Alpine team traveled to Afton Alps for a Suburban East Conference race last Tuesday. The boys placed second of 10 teams with 634 points, falling only to Stillwater, which had 713 points. Junior Riley Schilling placed second in a field of 92, coming in just 2.34 seconds behind the fir...Read More
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The Forest Lake boys’ alpine skiing team closed the Suburban East Conference season with a strong second-place finish (3,284 points), jumping four places from last year (2,588). Stillwater clinched the conference title. The young Ranger team faced three SEC meets out of the season-total five this ...Read More
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Boys take championship and second-place at Giant’s Ridge   The Forest Lake boys’ alpine skiing team proved it means business over the weekend with a championship and second-place finish at Giant’s Ridge in Biwabik (Minn.) out of 10 teams. The Rangers captured the title in the sunrise race...Read More
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The Ranger alpine skiing boys finished strong during last Tuesday’s Suburban East Conference Meet at Afton Alps with a second-place finish behind Stillwater, already beating last season’s top finish of fifth. Sophomore Riley Schilling showed up to compete and earned fourth place, completing both...Read More
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  The Forest Lake alpine team kicked off its 2012-2013 season on Friday, Dec. 21 with the Wild Mountain Invitational. The Ranger boys took fifth out of 22 teams with 384 points, led by junior Jacob Bush, who placed 18th out of 126 racers. Stillwater finished on top with 443.5 points. Also contr...Read More
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