Ranger softball

The Forest Lake 18-and-under fastpitch girls capped a stellar season last week with a North American Fastpitch Association national championship in Chaska. Head coach David Alto said the Rangers came in determined and focused, coming off a 16-win streak this summer, to take over at the same tournament where they placed second a year ago.  [...]

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The Forest Lake softball program doesn’t rest in the summer, as the 18U squad won the Minnesota Metro Fastpitch League state championship this past weekend in Elk River. Head coach David Alto said the Ranger athletes put up strong, consistent performances all weekend to earn the title. “The girls played fantastic,” Alto said. “We had [...]

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Forest Lake senior Danielle Carlson signed a letter of intent this spring to play Division II volleyball at William Jewell College, a private college in Liberty, Miss.  Carlson was a manager for the Forest Lake volleyball program during the 2013-14 season, and is currently playing for the Northern Lights club as a right side and [...]

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The Forest Lake softball squad nearly crawled its way back into contention for a seventh-consecutive trip to the state tournament last week, but fell just shy during the championship round.  After falling to Elk River early in section play on Saturday, May 24, in Andover, the Rangers defeated Chisago Lakes 11-2 to advance to stay [...]

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Despite working their way back from an early section loss to Elk River, the Ranger softball girls were unable to go the distance yesterday in Chisago Lakes in the Section 7AAA championship game. The Tornadoes had no trouble connecting at the plate, racking up seven runs after three-and-a-half innings on their way to a 10-3 [...]

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The Forest Lake softball team sought revenge on Elk River, who beat the Rangers earlier in section play, with an 8-4 yesterday in Chisago Lakes. The semifinal win places the Rangers in the championship game against top-seeded Anoka today at 3:30 p.m. in Chisago Lakes. Elk River, seeded third, lost to Anoka yesterday afternoon, 3-2.

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