Ranger nordic skiing
The Ranger boys returned to the podium at the state nordic skiing meet held Thursday at Giant’s Ridge in Biwabik. Forest Lake scored 345 points and finished third, an improvement of one place from 2012. Eden Prairie won the championship with 378 points, followed by Ely with 358. Senior Jacob J...Read More
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The No. 2-ranked Forest Lake nordic skiing boys braved heavy snow and took control at Green Acres last Wednesday at the Section 4 championship race in Lake Elmo....Read More
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For the 13th time in 15 years, the Forest Lake nordic skiing boys will appear at the state championship race in Biwabik, Minn. after taking first at the Section 4AA meet on Wednesday. The Rangers destroyed the competition amid heavy snowfall at Lake Elmo— all seven competitors placed in the top 20...Read More
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The nordic ski boys dominated the hills once again in last Thursday’s final Suburban East Conference race at Trollhaugen Ski Center with a first-place finish with 471 points. The Rangers recorded 471 points, defeating Stillwater (441) and Roseville (436). Sophomore Leo Hipp continued his breakout ...Read More
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The Forest Lake nordic skiing boys recorded another first-place finish at the 5K freestyle Suburban East Conference meet at Como Park golf course last Tuesday. The Rangers held strong at 462 points to hold off Roseville (456) and Stillwater with (427.5). Sophomore Leo Hipp led the Rangers with a fif...Read More
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  It was monkey-see, monkey-do as both the Ranger boys and girls took fourth place at the Suburban East Conference meet at Como Park last Wednesday, then took first as the host team at the Ranger Invitational on Thursday. With a heavy schedule of racing, senior Jacob Jankowski, ninth-graders To...Read More
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