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Prep report: Denfeld boys return from half, best Marshall

Two days after claiming victory over Duluth East, the Duluth Denfeld boys basketball team topped host Duluth Marshall 64-52 Saturday afternoon. The Hilltoppers led 22-21 at halftime, but the Hunters outscored them 43-30 in a much faster-paced sec...

Two days after claiming victory over Duluth East, the Duluth Denfeld boys basketball team topped host Duluth Marshall 64-52 Saturday afternoon.

The Hilltoppers led 22-21 at halftime, but the Hunters outscored them 43-30 in a much faster-paced second half.

Sjon Randa and Jamarr Harkins led Denfeld with 20 and 19 points, respectively, while Alex Davis (14) and Levi Staine (12) paced the Hilltoppers.

Barnum 72, Legacy Christian Academy 62

Brandon Newman followed up his 43-point performance Friday night with 32 Saturday to lead the Bombers over Legacy Christian Academy in Barnum.

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Zachary Carlson and Andrew Naslund chipped in 14 and 11 points, respectively, for Barnum.

Crosby-Ironton 89, International Falls 62

Junior forward Ben Humbert became International Falls' all-time leading scorer after tallying a game-high 28 points. He now has 1,426 career points. Humbert also owns the school's career rebounding mark with 902.

Girls basketball

Duluth Denfeld 53, Barnum 44

Ashley Taipale poured in five 3-pointers en route to 22 points as the Hunters topped the Bombers in Duluth.

Barnum's Cheyanne Johnson tallied a game-high 24 points as the only other player in double figures.

Hermantown 45, South St. Paul 41

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Carly Hansen scored 13 points and Shania Bolen added 12 to lead the Hawks past South St. Paul in Hermantown.

Boys hockey

Duluth Marshall 3, Thief River Falls 0

Jordan Fralich, John McKenna and Derek Farrell each scored goals, and Alex Murray stopped 16 shots to record a shutout for the Hilltoppers in Duluth.

Hermantown 7, New Prague 3

Cole Koepke notched a hat trick and Adam Smith recorded 19 saves as the Hawks won in New Prague.

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