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CLOQUET-ESKO-CARLTON

Cromwell-Wright claimed the Polar League's small-school conference title on Friday.
University of Minnesota head football coach P.J. Fleck and members of his staff were in attendance.
CEC had a 9-1 edge in shots during overtime but had to settle for a draw.
East scored eight unanswered goals.

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In girls hockey, Proctor/Hermantown surprised Gentry Academy, the No. 2 ranked team in Class AA, with an overtime win at Hermantown Arena.
The Greyhounds’ Erik Carlson skied for the first time Monday since his surgery to repair a thumb injury.
The Greyhounds girls have won each of their three meets so far this season, but Cloquet-Esko-Carlton is nipping at their heels for the Section 7A title.
It's the first time the Hawks have lost a regular-season game to a Class A team since 2013.
Solon Springs dominated Hurley behind 24 points from Isaiah Kastern.
The 106 points is the most the Spartans have scored in a single game since at least the 2003-04 season.

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Kyra Johnson scored off the dribble with 25 seconds left and the Eskomos got a block on the other end to preserve the victory.
The Northland fared much better on the boys' side, where Duluth East, Hermantown and Cherry all won.
He drilled seven 3-pointers in the first half.

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