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The Minnesota State High School League provides all its member schools and their students with a FREE Concussion Insurance Program which is specifically developed to insure student participants from the high cost of concussion treatment and neurological follow-up. The injury must be sustained while the student is participating in an MSHSL covered event. All students

Girls hockey ends successful season with loss in semifinals

By: Jared Hines  One year ago, the Blaine and Rogers girls basketball teams battled in the section 5AA quarterfinals with the Bengals winning 4-0 and advancing to the semifinals before eventually losing to Centennial. Since then, both teams have changed drastically, but one thing remained the same this season, the Royals would have to get

VOTE Paetyn Levis for MNGirlsHockeyHub Player of the Week!

For the second time this season, Royals girls hockey player Paetyn Levis is up for the MNGirlsHockeyHub Player of the Week award. MN Girls Hockey Hub says this about Levis: Paetyn Levis, Rogers. Levis, the state’s sixth-leading scorer (43 goals), recorded a hat trick in Rogers’ 3-2 win over Anoka. The junior forward scored shorthanded

Girls hockey advances to section semifinals!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) A year after losing in the opening round of the section tournament to Blaine, the Royals found themselves in a similar spot on Saturday afternoon in their quarterfinal matchup against Spring Lake Park/Coon Rapids. Less than a minute into the game, Kamryn Crawford scored against Hailey Hartlage, putting the Royals in

Girls hockey team is conference champs for first time in school history!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) With two minutes left in the second period, Rogers skater Ellie Feilen fetched a pass from teammate Courtney Johnston at the point. The Royals held a one-player advantage and were looking to score before both teams headed into the second intermission. Feilen controlled the puck on her stick for a split

Eight Royals score in 10-2 win!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) After the first period of the Royals 10-2 win over Chisago Lakes on Jan. 17, no one would have been able to predict the final outcome of the game. The Royals and Wildcats were tied 1-1 with the Wildcats holding a one-shot advantage of 7-6. Both goals came within a minute,

Star News Athlete of the Week: Madison Chapman

By: Eric Oslund (Elk River Star News) Growing up in the shadow of her older brother, Madison Chapman – the baby of the family – decided to do something different. Something that no one in her family had done before her. What she decided on was to play hockey. Madison Chapman has recorded seven points

Girls hockey continues winning ways!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) The Rogers girls’ hockey team was in an unfamiliar position after the first period of the team’s 4-1 win over the North Wright County Riverhawks on Jan. 10. Although the Royals outshot the Riverhawks 9-5 after 17 minutes of play, they trailed 1-0. 12:05 into the first period. Riverhawks senior Paige

Girls hockey shuts down Bison!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) Rogers skaters Paetyn Levis and Madi Chapman were the only players that Buffalo goalie Kennedy Sohler could see coming towards her late in the Royals 4-0 win over the Bison on Jan. 5. Levis controlled the puck, forcing Sohler to decide on whether to lunge at Levis, or stay back at

Three Royals score in 3-2 win over Bluejackets!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) Coming off a loss in the Schwan Cup championship game at Ridder Arena, the Rogers girls’ hockey team looked to bounce back against Mississippi 8 conference opponent Cambridge-Isanti on Jan 3. Paetyn Levis watches as her shot sneaks under the pads of Cambridge-Isanti Clarissa Belkholm for a 1-0 Royals lead. (Photo

Girls hockey takes silver in Schwan Cup!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) When Paetyn Levis scored just 12 seconds into the Schwan Cup Silver Division Championship game against Andover, the Royals girls hockey team was well on their way to the team’s sixth straight win. Unfortunately for head coach Joel Wesloh and his team, the remaining 50:48 in the game resulted in zero