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Kasey Kemp scored the overtime winner for Hibbing/Chisholm against Superior.
Duluth East’s program is on top right now, but Greyhound parents have stepped up to help build other area programs.
From the column: "Without action, mental health numbers will continue to climb. School systems must become part of the solution. ... The more these issues are talked about, the less mental health will be stigmatized."
From the column: "Teenagers spend nine months of the year at their high school, making it a big part of their lives. Having more mental health education in high schools can help combat the mental health crisis we are now seeing."

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The Greyhounds took both the team titles at the traditional Mont du Lac event.
The Hawks’ depth was the difference in the game between the top two Class A teams in Minnesota.
Sophomore winger scores a career-high four goals for defending Minnesota Class A champs.
After missing a month with a shoulder injury, UMD commit Zam Plante will be back in the lineup for the Hawks.
Lumberjack senior Conner Barney scored 39 points in the loss.
Dylan Samberg, the former Minnesota Duluth and Hermantown Hawks defenseman, was credited with an assist just 5:41 into his first NHL game on Thursday. He also led the Jets in blocked shots with five.

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The Duluth Marshall girls got a win over Cloquet-Esko-Carlton with two third-period goals.
Peterson and Co. motivated after an early exit from last year’s state tournament.
Duluth Denfeld will play for the championship of its own tournament today vs. Anoka.

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