Ranger girls basketball
The Forest Lake girls’ basketball team ended their season just short of a trip to state in North Branch on Friday night. Anoka defeated the Rangers in overtime, 64-60, to claim the Section 7AAAA championship title. Junior Anna Eckert led the Forest Lake scoring effort with 19 points while juni...Read More
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Forest Lake defeated Andover 62-44 in the second round of Section 7AAAA play at North Branch on Wednesday night after earning a bye in the first round. The Rangers will face either No. 2-seed Anoka or third-seeded Cambridge-Isanti in the section final at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 8 at North Branch Hig...Read More
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  The Ranger girls’ basketball team sealed the deal when closing its regular-season schedule against Stillwater and Hastings. Wins over both last week clinched Forest Lake the top seed in Section 7AAAA. In the 57-50 win over Stillwater last Tuesday, Forest Lake came back from a six-point defi...Read More
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Basketball team improves to 18 - 6   Kat Ladwig Sports Editor The Ranger basketball girls earned a pair of wins on the road lastweek against East Ridge and Woodbury, beating both squads by more than 10 points. In the 56-45 victory over the Royals on Friday night, senior Angie Frericks and ...Read More
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  It was a busy week for the Ranger girls’ basketball team. After a 54-48 loss to No. 4 Roseville at home last Tuesday, Forest Lake grabbed wins at Cretin-Derham Hall and Duluth East. The Rangers led at the break 38-24 over the 20-1 Raiders last Tuesday, but couldn’t hold on as they were ou...Read More
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The Ranger girls basketball team opened its home game on Friday with a show. Forest Lake kept Woodbury scoreless during a 14-0 shooting spree through the first four minutes despite full-court pressure from the Royals off the bat. After winning the tip the Rangers went 5-5 on offensive attacks includ...Read More
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