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Prep basketball roundup: Hermantown boys beat Hibbing

BOYS BASKETBALL HERMANTOWN 73, HIBBING 49 Kevin Folman scored a game-high 19 points and Corey Anderson surpassed 1,000 career points in the Hawks' nonconference home win over Hibbing on Tuesday. DULUTH DENFELD 59, NORTHWESTERN 41 Derek Meger and ...

BOYS BASKETBALL

HERMANTOWN 73, HIBBING 49

Kevin Folman scored a game-high 19 points and Corey Anderson surpassed 1,000 career points in the Hawks' nonconference home win over Hibbing on Tuesday.

DULUTH DENFELD 59, NORTHWESTERN 41

Derek Meger and Sam Humes combined for 37 points to lead the visiting Hunters to the nonconference win at Maple.

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CLOQUET 56, DULUTH MARSHALL 53

Adam Laine scored 21 points and the host Lumberjacks withstood a scoreless first overtime to best the Hilltoppers in the Lake Superior Conference game.

NORTH WOODS 69, INTERNATIONAL FALLS 65

The Grizzlies overcame a six-point halftime deficit to win at Cook behind 19 points from Alex Bruns and 18 by Eli Dotts.

ESKO 77, PROCTOR 49

Casey Staniger had 19 points and the host Eskomos hit eight 3-pointers in the nonconference win at home.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

CHIPPEWA FALLS 48, SUPERIOR 47

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The Cardinals edged the host Spartans despite 35 points from the sophomore combination of Jessica Lindstrom and Hailey Kontny.

DULUTH EAST 60, CLOQUET 23

Alex Freeman scored 23 points and the host Greyhounds coasted after taking a 28-10 halftime lead.

SOUTH RIDGE 82, DULUTH DENFELD 45

Kourtney Karppinen had 21 points to equal teammate Kendra Dallman for high-scoring honors and made six 3-pointers in the Panthers' nonconference win at Culver.

GRAND RAPIDS 50, HERMANTOWN 34

Jessa Sondergaard's 24 points keyed the Thunderhawks' home win over the Hawks.

ELY 81, SILVER BAY 45

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Mariah McDonald scored 33 points to lead the Timberwolves to the nonconference road victory.

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