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GIRLS BASKETBALL

The Thunderhawks junior led her team to the Class AAA state tournament for the second year in a row and is looking forward to “doing some damage” in a third trip to Minneapolis.
This year's selections include six players who can return next season.
Cloquet’s Conner Barney and Grand Rapids Taryn Hamling each scored 27 points on their way to being named game MVPs.
The girls' game is scheduled for 6 p.m. at Romano Gym with the boys to follow.

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Top-seed Grand Rapids and No. 2 seed Cloquet will meet for the third team this season in the Section 7AAA championship at Hermantown.
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The Rails held Duluth Marshall’s high-powered offense in check to advance in the Section 7AA tournament.
Alexa Snesrud led all scorers with 21 points.
Thunderhawk players stopped using knee pads recently, but it hasn’t stopped them from doing “what it takes to get that ball,” coach Kris Hamling said.

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