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MSHSL Concussion Insurance Program

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

Rogers softball ends season one game away from state

As Buffalo’s Jordan Zrust closed her glove around the final out of the Bison’s 3-2 victory over Rogers to advance to the state tournament, the Royals dugout, which had been so vibrant all year, turned silent. The Royals went 23-3 on the season, losing just once in the regular season and twice to Buffalo in

FULL STORY: Rogers softball advances in Section 8-4A tournament!

The 2016 softball season for the Royals started against the St. Michael-Albertville Knights on a cold rainy day in the beginning of April. Katelyn Kemmetmueller pitched and Emily Hanford and Alexis Fehr had two RBI apiece in the Royals’ 4-0 win. The two teams met for the third time on Thursday afternoon in the Section

FULL STORY: Softball opens up section play with 10-0 victory over Spuds!

Olivia Olson, Rogers’ leadoff hitter for every game this year, watched Moorhead pitcher Drew Syverson warm up before the opening-round section game between the Spuds and the Royals. Her teammates watched too, realizing that Syverson’s speed on her pitches was much slower than they have seen in most games this season. Players knew they would

Rogers Softball: M8 Conference Champs!

Elli Anderson was anything but unlucky on Friday May 13 when she stepped up to the plate with her team up 6-2 against St. Michael-Albertville and the bases loaded. Photo by Erik Jacobson Olivia Olson rounds the bases after her lead-off home run put the Royals up 1-0 vs. St. Michael-Albertville on Friday night in

Back-to-back no-hitters for Rogers softball!

Through 141 years of Major League Baseball, there have been 295 occurrences of a no-hitter, averaging out to about two times a year since the unofficial beginning of baseball. A no-hitter is a rare feat, but don’t tell that to the Rogers softball team, which completed its second no-hitter of the year on Tuesday afternoon,

Bruns hits grand slam, throws no-hitter in softball!

Melea Bruns tossed a no-hitter in a shortened game, and the Rogers softball team cruised by Princeton 11-0 on Monday. “When I was warming up to pitch before the game, I felt good as the game was about to start,” Bruns said. Bruns started the game with a strikeout, a fly out to left field

STORY: Softball team beats Buffalo in dramatic fashion!

Heading into the top of the fifth inning of Friday’s clash against undefeated Buffalo, the Rogers softball team found itself in a place it hasn’t been all year. Behind. Rogers scored three runs in the top of that fifth inning, plus one more run late in the game, to hand Buffalo its first loss and

Rogers Softball hits late to stay undefeated!

In softball, the lead-off runner for most teams matches a similar profile. They have speed, and are smart on the base paths. They all also have one common goal. Get on base, by any means necessary. Photo by Erik Jacobson Rogers shortstop Katelyn Kemmetmueller makes a strong throw to retire the batter during the Royals

Softball team remains undefeated with win over Monticello!

Melea Bruns stepped up to the plate in the top of the first inning, hoping to start an early rally in the Royals’ 9-0 win over the Monticello Magic on Thursday afternoon. Photo by Jared Hines Alexis Fehr gets ready for a pitch in Thursday’s win for Rogers Bruns did her job, got on base

Softball with big 14-2 win over Big Lake!

Monday afternoon’s makeup game, which was supposed to be played a week earlier, still provided close to the same elements that caused the postponement the first time around. While both teams battled through the cold and harsh winds, it was the Royals’ bats that were on fire in the 14-2 victory for the Royals that ended in