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Hilltoppers win state dance title

Duluth Marshall successfully defended its title at the State Girls Dance Team Jazz Tournament Friday at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. The Divas placed ahead of second-place BOLD and third-place Yellow Medicine East for the title. Senior co-capt...

Duluth Marshall successfully defended its title at the State Girls Dance Team Jazz Tournament Friday at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.

The Divas placed ahead of second-place BOLD and third-place Yellow Medicine East for the title.

Senior co-captains Courtney Carter and Mary McMillan were named to the All-State dance team.

The Divas and the Duluth East Steppers will compete in the state high kick competition today.

Boys Hockey

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Superior 8, Baldwin-Woodville 0

Wade Bergseth and Andrew Mattson each scored two goals, while Kyle Johnson stopped all 16 shots as Superior won the Wisconsin Sectional 1 quarterfinal game Friday at Wessman Arena.

The top-seeded Spartans (15-6) advance to Tuesday's semifinal round against New Richmond (9-11-1) at 7 p.m. at Wessman Arena.

Roseau 1, grand Rapids 0

Aaron Ness' second-period goal held up as the top-ranked Rams edged the Thunderhawks at home to complete the regular season 25-0 and run their win streak to 38.

A.J. Underwood and Trevor Tabaka combined for 41 saves as Grand Rapids (13-10-1) was outshot 42-15.

International Falls 4, Two Harbors 0

Jake Youso scored his 28th goal of the season and teammate Ladd Corrin added his 24th as the third-ranked Broncos closed the regular season at 22-3 with a road win.

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International Falls outshot the Agates 59-15, but Curt Hilton stopped 55 shots to keep it close.

Boys Basketball

Duluth East 75, Cloquet 58

Sophomore Dyami Starks, the area's leading scorer, poured in 41 points as the Greyhounds topped the host Lumberjacks.

Keaton Hasan added 20 points as East improved to 9-12.

Six-foot-10 sophomore Chad Calcaterra led Cloquet (10-8) with 23 points.

Hibbing 73, International falls 54

Jay Cary scored 34 points to break a 59-year school record for most career points as the Bluejackets won the Iron Range Conference game at home.

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Cary, a senior guard, has 1,494 career points to surpass Milan Knezovich's previous mark of 1,492.

Superior 61, Duluth Central 40

The host Spartans finished perfect in the Lake Superior Conference, holding the Trojans to their second-fewest points this season.

Grand Rapids 69, Duluth Denfeld 43

The visiting Thunderhawks won for the fifth time in six games in the nonconference game.

Mesabi East 66, Ely 49

Justin Kangas scored 19 points as the host Giants won the battle for first place in the Arrowhead Conference.

Mesabi East improved to 13-8 overall and 6-1 in the league, one game ahead of Ely.

Virginia 82, Two Harbors 55

Craig Skalko scored 30 points as the host Blue Devils (20-0) remained undefeated by outscoring the Agates 47-19 in the second half.

Mountain Iron-Buhl 69, Tower-Soudan 51

Steve Golobich netted 33 points and the visiting Rangers broke away from a tight game by holding the Golden Bears to 14 points in the second half.

Wrenshall 84, AlBrook 49

Jordan Berglund led the Wrens with 30 points in the nonconference game at Saginaw.

Girls Basketball

Grand Rapids 48, Hibbing 35

The visiting Thunderhawks rallied from a six-point halftime deficit to win their 17th game in a row.

Grand Rapids (20-4) outscored the Bluejackets 35-16 in the second half to secure the victory.

Hermantown 48, Duluth Central 45

The Hawks held off a late charge by the host Trojans to raise their record in the LSC to 10-1 and clinch second place behind Superior.

Barnum 73, cromwell 22

Katrina Newman scored 20 points and teammate Megan Myhre added 17 as the fourth-ranked Bombers rolled to a 41-10 halftime lead and won the Polar League game at Cromwell.

Cotton 86, Orr 72

Mandy Dedina scored 22 points as the host Cardinals won the St. Louis County Conference game at home.

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