Ranger boys’ tennis
Thursday morning has been kind to Forest Lake on the state tournament front. Angie Ryan’s softball squad defeated Farmington 3-1 in the first round of the eight-team Class AAA bracket in North Mankato, while sophomore tennis standout Toby Boyer prevailed in his first match of the Class AA sing...Read More
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Sophomore Toby Boyer won the Section 7AA singles championship last week by a 7-6, 6-2 score over sophomore Josh Gearou from Elk River. Boyer fought off four set points in the tiebreaker to clinch the win. Boyer now heads to the state tournament as the No. 2 singles player in the state with a record ...Read More
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  The Forest Lake boys tennis team won its subsection 7AA match, 5-0, over St. Francis last Tuesday, but ended its season three days later with a section loss to Chisago Lakes, falling 5-2. In the win over the Fighting Saints, sophomore Toby Boyer set the pace with a 6-1, 6-0 win at No. 1 [...]...Read More
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As the three-time defending Class AA state singles champion, it’s not like Dusty Boyer was going to sneak up on anybody this year. But no matter the amount of preparation, motivation or intimidation present in the rest of the field at last week’s state tournament, no one was going to beat the Fo...Read More
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Toby Boyer, Zack Decker reach championship match Deep in the back of his mind, Greg Patchin must have daydreamed at least once about the possibility of sweeping the individual state tennis meet this year.  With a clear-cut, elite group of three atop his roster, the Forest Lake coach had a tough dec...Read More
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Forest Lake will not be making a return trip to the team state tennis meet, but its top three player will all take part at next week’s individual state meet. The Rangers beat Hibbing 4-3 in the Section 7AA semifinals on Tuesday, but fell to No. 1 Elk River in a finals match that was closer [....Read More
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