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In softball, Hermantown's Natalie Vitek struck out 17 Bemidji batters in both ends of a doubleheader to record 51 K's in a 24-hour span.
The Eskomos scored eight times in the bottom of the second inning to take control of the game.
The teams will meet Tuesday at the Longview courts for a spot in the Section 7AA semifinals.
After a slow start, the Hilltoppers are rounding into shape just in time for the start of the playoffs.

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The Esko girls won by 59.5 points, and the Eskomos boys had more points than the next three teams combined.
Spartan pitcher Haley Zembo recorded her second no-hitter in as many weeks and struck out 16 batters in the process.
The Moose Lake/Willow River hurler was one wild third strike away from a perfect game vs. Aitkin.
Despite a pair of losses Monday, the Agates are having their best season in years.
Silver Bay's Cassidy Sullivan hit a game-winning RBI single against Carlton/Wrenshall.
Hermantown knocked off Cherry and Hibbing for a 2-0 day.

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Esko baseball had a combined no-hitter they needed eight innings and a walk-off to earn.
The Rails’ new coach played for Superior and was an assistant for the Spartans as well as at Vermilion Community College and St. Scholastica.
Northwood/Solon Springs’ Abe Ahlberg hit a grand slam and collected five total RBIs in a win over Bruce.

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