Ranger baseball
  The Ranger baseball team took on fourth-seeded Mounds View for the third time this season in the first round of the Class AAA state tournament at Midway Stadium in St. Paul Thursday, June 13. Going up against the St. Paul Pioneer Press Player of the Year, pitcher Max Knutson, senior Dylan Dre...Read More
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The Forest Lake baseball team, seeded fifth, opened the state baseball tournament at Midway Stadium last Thursday with a 2-1 loss to fourth-seeded Mounds View, who scored the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning. The Rangers went on to face Wayzata on Friday morning at Siebert Field in Mi...Read More
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  Despite the odds, an impromptu overnight stay in Grand Rapids due to a rain delay and their head coach unable to travel with the team due to work, the second-seeded Forest Lake Rangers clinched the Section 7AAA title last Thursday with a 4-3 win over the Thunderhawks. The Rangers, who lost to...Read More
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Forest Lake will make its fourth appearance in five years in the state baseball tournament. The second-seeded Rangers avenged last season’s post-season knockout at the hands of Grand Rapids by topping the third-seeded Thunderhawks 4-3 to win the Section 7AAA title today, June 6. The game was p...Read More
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  It’s on to the second round of Section 7AAA play for the Ranger baseball team after defeating the No. 11-seed Cambridge-Isanti at home on Thursday night, 3-0. Senior Phil Sauer recorded the win and shut-out for the second-seeded Forest Lake squad. Forest Lake moves on to face the No. 3-...Read More
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The Rangers squeezed in another seven games this week in their condensed spring schedule, going 5-2 on the week, closing their regular season as co-conference champions and winning one of the most exciting games in head coach Tal Gravelle’s career at Forest Lake. The pins-and-needles victory came ...Read More
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