Rogers Boys Varsity/JV/9 Baseball

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Rogers baseball historic season comes to an end

As the Knights of St. Michael-Albertville high-fived each other and prepared to advance to the next round of the 8-4A section tournament, Tanner Palm and the Royals couldn’t do anything but try to hold their heads high. While the 2016 season didn’t end the way the team wanted it to, there were still many reasons for

Rogers baseball makes school history in win against Elks!

Rogers first baseman and pitcher Brennan Unruh said he knew before the season that his team had potential to win a conference championship. “We didn’t do that necessarily, but we did make history,” Unruh said. “And just being a part of that alone, it means the world.” Photo by Erik Jacobson Brennan Unruh is greeted

Rogers baseball looks to finish the season strong!

Drew Sagehorn moved a couple steps to his right at second base as the ball swiftly moved through the grass and reached his glove. Sagehorn collected himself and threw to ball over to Brennan Unruh for the last out of a 4-1 victory against Spring Lake Park on Monday afternoon, the second straight win for

Baseball team takes win No. 7 in last 8 games!

By: Jared Hines In the heart of the Mississippi 8 conference schedule, members of the Rogers baseball team have fought hard to make sure the Royals maintained their position as one of the conference’s top teams. The week ended well for the Royals, winning two of their three games and moving to 9-4 overall on

Early errors keep baseball team from comeback

In any sport, and especially in baseball, falling behind early is not somewhere you want your team to be. The Rogers baseball team found that out the hard way, falling behind early and losing 7-6 to Sauk Rapids-Rice on Monday afternoon. “We just came out really flat and unfocused,” Rogers shortstop Drew Sagehorn said. To

Royals baseball victorious in extra innings over Knights

When Jake Moss strolled to the plate in the eighth inning of a tie game, he found himself in an extremely familiar situation. In the sixth, Moss grounded to third with the bases loaded. He desperately wanted a chance at redemption, and that chance came two innings later. This time, he didn’t disappoint. To continue