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A big night for the Cadets' top line sent East to 0-2.
Hermantown and Grand Rapids are the class of the area — again — and Duluth East hopes to claw its way back to the top of Section 7AA.
The Thunderhawks will need to replace more than 300 points of offense this season; the season starts at home against Duluth East at 7 p.m. Nov. 29.
'Calls From Home' is an occasional feature highlighting alumni from local high school athletic programs competing in college athletics or junior hockey outside the Northland.
The Thunderhawks didn’t lose a single player off the squad that went to the state tournament last year and this time, they’re hoping to do “some damage” in Minneapolis this season, according to senior guard Taryn Hamling.
The season concluded with the A and AA finals on Saturday at the University of Minnesota.

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Kaiya Sandy's overtime goal decided Saturday's game at St. Luke's Sports and Event Center in Proctor.
Awards were presented at a banquet on Tuesday night.
The Thunderhawks face a rematch with top seed and defending state champion Marshall on Friday morning.

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