Rogers is 6-3 so far this season, 18-10 last season with a trip to the Section 8AAAA semifinals.
“They’re both mentally tough and can handle the pressure,” said Rogers coach Carlee Anderson, who played at Bemidji State. “They have really come through when we needed them, and they’re ready to play in college.”
The Mavericks have four seniors and five juniors on the team, which is 9-3, 6-2 in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference games heading into weekend games at Northern State and Minnesota State-Moorhead. Thiesse signed five players in November for next season.