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GIRLS HOCKEY

The Northland's strongest girls hockey program helped originate from a complaint about fairness; former coach and player reflect on the formative years.
The longtime friends were inducted into the Minnesota Hockey Coaches Association Hall of Fame Thursday at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.
Proctor/Hermantown senior goalie never let small size, diabetes or position switch slow her down.
News Tribune All-Area Player of the Year Abby Pajari leads the way for Proctor/Hermantown Mirage.

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The recipients of this years awards go to Vivian Jungels of Edina and Maggie Malecha of Northfield.
Mirage were attempting to win back-to-back titles but fell flat after a strong first period.
Mirage get two goals from Heitzman and three assists from Sieger to pull away from Orono.
Sieger and Graves score two goals apiece as Proctor/Hermantown advances to play Orono.
Senior netminder leads defending Class A champion Mirage back to the state tournament.
The Spartans trailed by two goals after the first period, but outshot their opponent 37-6 over the final 34 minutes.

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Defending-champion Mirage overcome penalties to return to state tournament.
CEC goaltender Araya Kiminski has used her calm approach to help lead the 'Jacks to nine straight wins and a string of shutouts along the way.
Proctor’s A.J. Reyelts recorded 29 saves in a win over Hibbing/Chisholm.

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