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Awards College track and field: Minnesota Duluth sophomore Emilee Trost was named the NSIC Women’s Indoor Track Athlete of the Year. She owns the top NCAA Division II times in...
Duluth East, the sixth-seeded team in the Section 7AA high school boys soccer playoffs, controlled play against top-seeded Anoka in the section title game Thursday night before falling 5-4 in a six-round shootout at Anoka, Minn. East goalkeeper Corrado Rosato made six saves, including a stop in the fifth round of the shootout, and then sent the game to a sudden death round by scoring in East’s half of the fifth round. Anoka (13-3-2) scored in the sixth round and the Greyhounds (10-6-3) sent their shot wide right to end the match. The Greyhounds hit two posts in regulation and another in the
BIWABIK — Mesabi East Area skier Anna Johnson felt herself getting a little too warm in warm-ups before the pursuit final during Thursday’s Section 7A Nordic ski meet, so she decided to take a layer of clothes off. Fortunately for Johnson, repeating as section girls individual champion at Giants Ridge was no sweat. Johnson finished the combined 10.5-kilometer freestyle and classical pursuit in 33 minutes, 50.8 seconds, about 25 seconds ahead of runner-up Anja Maijala of Cloquet-Esko- Carlton.
Boys basketball Bemidji 32-25—57 Duluth East 35-38—73 Bemidji — James Hendricks 8, Jace Peterson 3, Caden Rolfes 3, Linaes Whiting 7, Caleb Carlson 6, Josh Cervenka 13, AJ Anderson 3, Nate Snell 14. Totals 19 14-20 57. 3-point goals — Whiting 2, Peterson, Rolfes, Cervenka Duluth East — Kahlil Green 28, Will Heyer 7, Isaiah Bolen 4, Quentin Miller 13, Ty Seymour 4, Sam Thompson 12, Joey Zwak 5.
Boys Basketball Monday’s Results Aitkin Tournament Deer River 76, Foley 68 Greenway at Aitkin Crosby-Ironton Tournament Fond du Lac Ojibwe 75, Moose Lake-Willow River 66 Sisler (Manitoba) 62, Crosby-Ironton 58 Grand Rapids Tournament Edina 85, Benilde-St.
GIRLS BASKETBALL Section 7AA Semifinals Barnum 29-33—62 Int’l Falls 24-29—53 Barnum — Alisabeth Warpula 3, Megan Nelson 9, Daron Mainville 14, Cheyanne Johnson 15, Emily Miletich 13, Lauren Hultgren 8.