Ranger girls basketball
The Ranger girls basketball team split with opponents last week in two Suburban East Conference games. Forest Lake had a close game at home against Woodbury last Tuesday. After leading 29-22 at halftime, the Rangers continued to handle full-court pressure from the Royals and a tough man-to-man defen...Read More
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Hill-Murray got the best of the Forest Lake girls basketball team on Saturday in the opening game of the Hill-Murray Tournament. The Rangers fell to a 10-point deficit by halftime of the matchup and weren’t able to overcome their opponent, losing 74-54. Three Pioneer players scored in double digit...Read More
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The Forest Lake girls basketball squad faced its first Suburban East Conference opponents last week and suffered two losses to bring its record to 3-5 overall. The Rangers traveled to East Ridge last Tuesday and fell 69-60 to the Raptors. East Ridge led 33-25 at halftime, and despite Forest Lake put...Read More
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Despite snow being sparse, it was a smooth day of racing for the Forest Lake Nordic skiing boys team, which placed first on the day in Bloomington on Dec. 9. The Rangers clinched the top spot with a team score of 178 points, followed by ISD 196 (129 points) and Eagan with 121 points. Forest [...]...Read More
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The second-seeded Forest Lake girls basketball team took care of business in the first two rounds of Section 7AAAA play and sit one win away from the program’s first state appearance since 2001. The Rangers face top-seeded Anoka in the section final at 7 p.m. Friday in North Branch. ...Read More
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  The Forest Lake girls basketball team closed its regular season last week with a pair of losses at the hands of White Bear Lake and Cretin-Derham Hall. In the 55-47 loss to the Suburban East Conference-champion Bears last Tuesday, senior Miranda Rice led the Rangers with 14 points, followed b...Read More
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