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Prep report: East boys romp past Denfeld

Tyler Madill sparked Duluth East with a pair of goals Thursday as the Greyhounds blanked cross-town rival Duluth Denfeld 4-0 in a boys soccer game at Public Schools Stadium.

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Duluth Denfeld's Zach Haugen (left) and Duluth East's Noah Golden compete for the ball during the teams' soccer game Thursday evening at Public Schools Stadium. The Greyhounds beat the Hunters 4-0. Photo by Clint Austin / caustin@duluthnews.com

Tyler Madill sparked Duluth East with a pair of goals Thursday as the Greyhounds blanked cross-town rival Duluth Denfeld 4-0 in a boys soccer game at Public Schools Stadium.

Sam Brickley and Anders Saksa also scored for East (6-3-1), which has won three of four, and stingy goalkeeper Hugh VanScoy dropped his goals-against average below 1.0 with a two-save shutout.

The Hunters (2-7) have lost four straight.

Duluth Marshall 12, Superior 1

John McKenna scored three times and Jack Dodd, Luke Pavelich and Payton Rengel each added two goals as the Hilltoppers (6-6) overwhelmed the visiting Spartans (3-6).

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GIRLS SOCCER

Duluth Denfeld 2, Duluth East 0

A year after ending the Greyhounds astounding 51-0-1 unbeaten streak against local teams, the Hunters made it two in a row over East with a second-half surge Thursday night at PSS.

Emily Schuldt scored goals 14 minutes apart, the first coming on an assist from Emily Fleissner, and goalkeeper Megan Lazzaro made it stand by stopping all seven of the Greyhounds' shots.

Denfeld (5-2-1) is 4-0-1 in its past five games, while East (1-8) has dropped eight straight.

Esko 2, Duluth Marshall 0

Kalee Monahan and Kailee Kiminski had goals as the Eskomos (5-4-1) posted a home shutout over Marshall (4-5).

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Cloquet 3, Hibbing 0

Olivia Mayasich's 11 kills and Samantha Westendorf's 17 set assists were more than enough to power the Lumberjacks (7-3) to the 25-23, 25-23, 25-15 victory Thursday in Hibbing.

Kailey Wirtanen led the Bluejackets (5-6) with eight kills.

Hermantown 3, Duluth Denfeld 0

Emily Neumann fed the Hawks' balanced attack with 41 set assists, and three of her teammates -- Kaitlyn Paczynski (15), Paige Tomlin (11) and Carly Hansen (8) -- had at least eight kills in a 25-11, 27-25, 25-13 sweep of the host Hunters.

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