Ranger boys basketball
The Forest Lake boys’ basketball team defeated second-seed Duluth East during the Section 7AAAA semifinals on Monday night. The Rangers pulled away early in the game for a 35-19 lead at halftime, and stayed ahead to win 62-37. Senior Noah Davis led Forest Lake in scoring with 19 points, while ...Read More
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The Ranger boys defeated sixth-seeded Cambridge-Isanti at home on Thursday night, 83-62, to advance to the Section 7AAAA semifinals. The third-seeded Forest Lake squad made an early statement with an 11-0 run to start the game, and kept the lead with help from junior Matt Degendorfer and sophomore C...Read More
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  Chalk up two more buzzer-beater finishes for the Forest Lake boys’ basketball team, which closed regular-season play last week. The Rangers held off Mounds View at home last Tuesday, 56-55, then fell by one on the road to White Bear Lake, 77-76, on Friday. Forest Lake battled back-and-forth...Read More
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  The Rangers came back from a nine-point loss to Stillwater on the road last Tuesday to defeat Hastings, 72-61, on Friday night. Head coach Dan Cremisino said Friday’s game was interesting since it was a rough shooting night. The Rangers shot 34 percent from the field, but were able to make ...Read More
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The Ranger basketball boys are on a three-game winning streak on the road, starting with a 74-60 win over Big Lake last Tuesday and continuing with a 75-41 blowout of Park on Friday night. The Rangers also traveled to Duluth East on Saturday for a 68-58 victory over the Greyhounds. The road wins imp...Read More
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It was a tough week for Ranger basketball fans. Forest Lake fell to No. 10 Roseville, Cretin-Derham Hall and No. 6 Grand Rapids (Class AAA), and the losses included two one-point heartbreakers. Forest Lake came out as sharpshooters against Grand Rapids on Saturday, hitting 19 three-pointers: third-m...Read More
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