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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

Royals swimmers take 1st home dual of the season

By Eric Oslund, Sports Reporter ER Star News After nearly a month of competing, the Rogers girls swim/dive team hosted their first home dual meet of the season on Thursday, Sept. 21, and took full advantage of it – defeating Big Lake 101.5-82.5. Overall, the Royals took first in half the varsity events on the night,

Kelzer sets records vs. STMA

Published September 11, 2017 at 3:15 pm by Eric Oslund After starting the season off with a first-place finish at their conference relays, the Rogers girls swim/dive team were looking to have similar results in their first dual meet of the season on Sept. 7. They knew it was going to be a challenge, though,

Secrist, Royals compete at state swimming!

By: Jared Hines  Amber Secrist jumped in the pool and prepared for her final swim of the season, on Nov. 18, at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. Secrist had done it all in 2016, swimming both in relays and individually during her sophomore season; succeeding in both. As the starter motioned to the swimmers

Beth Kelzer: Athlete of the Week!

By: Eric Oslund (Elk River Star News) Beth Kelzer has been swimming competitively since she was 10 years old, and on varsity since she was in seventh grade, but she still gets nervous before every race. The now high school junior earned her way to state in the 50-yard freestyle, 100-yard freestyle and as a

Successful Day for Swim/Dive Team at Sections!

By: Jared Hines Rogers head swim coach Janelle Moore placed medals around the necks of swimmers who placed second through eighth place in the 100-freestyle race at the 8AA section meet on Nov. 12. As Moore held the last medal in her hand for the first place finisher, a familiar face stepped to the top

Rogers swim team has busy & successful week!

By: Jared Hines  At the conclusion of the section true team meet in St. Cloud on Oct. 8, Marisa Kranitz, a member of the Rogers swim and dive team, was exhausted. No one could blame her. Her and the other members of Rogers swim and dive had just swam in their fourth meet in eight

Swim team takes 2nd at Scott Sholund invite!

By: Jared Hines  Seven teams made their way to Cambridge-Isanti High School for the annual Scott Sholund Invitational over the weekend. Sholund retired from Cambridge-Isanti swimming in 2009, coaching boys and girls there for a combined 40 years. The Elks swim team has been part of the annual invite for a number of years, with

Rogers swim team wins first home meet in school history!

By: Jared Hines As members of the Rogers swim team warmed up on Tuesday afternoon, the pool at VandenBerge Middle School looked different than most of the girls are used to. Photo by Jared Hines Amber Secrist shakes hands with a Bluejackets swimmer after Secrist won her event. While the Elk River pool records still

Kranitz prepares to help lead 1st Rogers swim team!

By: Jared Hines  Swimming has always been a part of Marisa Kranitz’s life. It was a part of her life when she was just a toddler, swimming in her grandparents’ pool with her older sister Kayla. It was part of her life when she jumped into the VandenBerge pool for the first time as a

Sylvester Commits to Evansville!

ERZ swimmer and Rogers High senior Alaina Sylvester had a difficult decision to make. She could either stay in her home state and swim at Gustavus Adolphus College next year, or she could venture away from home into an entirely new setup at the University of Evansville in Indiana. Ultimately, Sylvester couldn’t turn down the