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Prep report: CEC, Hermantown tie, split LSC title

Gavin Rasmussen's tough-angle goal in the third period looked like it might give Cloquet-Esko-Carlton a boys hockey win over Hermantown on Wednesday night, but the host Hawks responded less than 20 seconds later with the equalizer, and the teams ...

Gavin Rasmussen's tough-angle goal in the third period looked like it might give Cloquet-Esko-Carlton a boys hockey win over Hermantown on Wednesday night, but the host Hawks responded less than 20 seconds later with the equalizer, and the teams settled for a 2-2 overtime tie and a split of the Lake Superior Conference title.

Hermantown's Ben Siljendahl forged a 2-2 tie by scoring off the faceoff 17 seconds after Rasmussen notched his second goal of the night.

Darian Gotz had the Hawks' other tally, which came during a second-period power play.

The Lumberjacks amassed a 41-30 advantage in shots on goal in their regular-season finale. Hermantown, meanwhile, ends the regular season tonight vs. Grand Rapids.

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Superior 68, Duluth Denfeld 25

Chloe Kintop scored 17 points and Niya Wilson added 13 as the Spartans built a 43-11 halftime lead en route to the LSC victory at Denfeld.

Elizabeth Emmel led the Hunters with nine points.

Bemidji 75, Hermantown 72

Lindsey Hildenbrand's sixth 3-pointer of the night arrived at the buzzer to lift the Lumberjacks over the visiting Hawks on Tuesday night.

Hildenbrand finished with 26 points, as did Hermantown's Elly Schmitz. Ava Asgaard chipped in 20 points for the Hawks, who dug out of a 47-34 halftime hole to nearly force overtime.

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