Rogers Girls Varsity/JV Gymnastics

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Morgan Wallmow: Star News Athlete of the Week!

By: Eric Oslund When people think of gymnastics they often think of grace and beauty. Competitors moving around on a floor to the beat of a song, elegantly moving along a four-inch wide beam, or soaring through the air while swinging from bars. It’s not too often that they think of violence and pain, but,

Gymnastics team takes 4th in sections!

By: Jared Hines As Lauren Krall stood on the podium with her fifth place medal around her neck for her uneven bars performance, she started reminiscing about her sophomore season, a part of the Rogers gymnastics team that was one for the books. She recalls her favorite memory that happened just a week prior. “My

Hall, Wallmow honored on Senior night!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) The gymnastics gym at Elk River High School looked a little different than usual for the Royals last regular season meet of the season. Pictures of senior gymnasts Karlie Hall and Morgan Wallmow hung on one of the poles as fans made their way into the gym for the Royals dual

Gymnastics team defeats Buffalo!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) With all the success of the Rogers gymnastics team in the 2016-17 season, it’s hard to remember that this is their first season as a program. The success continued Feb. 2 when the team won another conference meet, 138.525-135.05 over Buffalo. “All the coaches push us to be our best, which

Gymnastics team continues hot streak!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) The goal of any gymnastics team is continued success as the season progresses. For each gymnast, their goal is to continue perfecting their routines from meet to meet, helping not only themselves but their teams as well. The Rogers gymnastics team has done both over the past week, posting season-high scores

Royal Gymnasts place 4th at Big Lake Invitational

Royal Gymnasts finished fourth in a tight race at the Big Lake Invitational Saturday. With eight teams competing only 1.15 points separated the Rogers team from first place winner Sartell-St. Stephens. The Invitational, put on by the Big Lake Hornets, was attended by Annandale (122.15), Becker (136.2), Big Lake (136), Chisago Lakes (127.8), Glencoe-Silver Lake

Hagel leads the way for gymnastics team!

By: Eric Oslund (Elk River Star News) The Rogers gymnastics team got back into the groove of things on Tuesday, Jan. 3, when they hosted Cambridge-Isanti, a conference opponent. The Royals would end up dropping the meet 137.475 – 143.2, but there is still a lot of areas for them to improve and they appear

Gymnastics team wins 1st home meet!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) Morgan Wallmow was talking with former teammates Caitlyn Reeves and Krista Kovar after she concluded her floor routine. Reeves and Kovar congratulated her on what was likely to be a high score. As the three talked, the judges raised their scores to show the crowd, and a huge smile appeared on

Royal Gymnasts, Elks “Flip for a Cure”

Published December 13, 2016 at 12:52 pm by Jared Hines Contributing Sports Writer Ten teams gathered at Elk River High School on Dec. 10 for the “Flip for a Cure” invitational, an annual event put on by the Elk River gymnastics team. “Flip for a Cure” has been an event at Elk River for many

PREVIEW: Gymnastics 1st Independent Season

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) When news broke early in 2016 that the Rogers and Elk River/Zimmerman gymnastics teams would be splitting and becoming separate programs, there were a lot of upset gymnasts. The Elks, Thunder, and Royals girls have grown up together, and different teams meant no more practices, no more meets, and no more