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Ranger Boys Basketball (9-12)

Regular Season 2017-2018
2017-2018 x Regular Season
Mission
The Forest Lake High School Boys Basketball program will establish a standard of athletic and academic excellence which will stand the test of time.

Team goals
Play hard.
Play smart.
Play together.
Have fun
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History
Forest Lake held Park to just seven points in the entire first half in the final game between the two schools during the 2005-06 season. The Rangers won the game 60-45.

Forest Lake beat Hastings 72-71, in a five overtime game during the 2003-04 season. That game is the fifth longest in Minnesota boys basketball history.

Forest Lake and Woodbury tied for the 2002-03 Suburban East Conference title.

On January 5, 1996, Stillwater's Andy Tate was seven out of seven in 3-point field goals in a game against Forest Lake, tying the state record for 3-point accuracy.

Forest Lake defeated Cretin/Derham Hall 69-57, to win the 1994 Minnesota State Tournament consolation championship.

 
Forest Lake beat Mounds View 51-50 in a game during the 1993-94 season. Mounds View held a 14-point lead in that game with seven minutes to go. That was a huge win for the Rangers, because Forest Lake went on to win the Suburban East Conference title by one game over Mounds View.
 
In a 1993-94 match-up between Forest Lake and Roseville, the Rangers won 90-69, with Forest Lake shooting 61% from the field and scoring 80 points in the first three quarters.

Forest Lake and White Bear Lake came into the final game of the 1992-93 season tied for first place in the Twin Cities Suburban Conference. The Rangers won that game 53-50, and won the conference title by one game over White Bear and Anoka.