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Prep report: East's Freeman nets hat trick

Alex Freeman netted a hat trick and Ana White recorded her first shutout to lead Duluth East to a 7-0 victory over Proctor in a high school girls soccer game Monday at Proctor.

Alex Freeman netted a hat trick and Ana White recorded her first shutout to lead Duluth East to a 7-0 victory over Proctor in a high school girls soccer game Monday at Proctor.

Freeman scored the first two goals and another to begin the second half, giving the senior 14 goals this season and 10 in her last four games.

Two Harbors 5, Duluth Marshall 4

Lacey Myrdal scored twice and the visiting Agates rallied from a two-goal deficit to win the high-scoring nonconference game.

Boys soccer

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Duluth East 2, Proctor 0

Billy Renier scored early in the first half and Luke Israel tallied early in the second half to lead the Greyhounds to the win at Public Schools Stadium.

Ben Hodapp had three saves for the shutout.

Duluth Marshall 3, Ashland 1

John Fox scored two second-half goals, including on a penalty kick, as the visiting Hilltoppers rallied to win the Lake Superior Conference game.

Marshall improved to 5-2-1 overall and 3-0 in the conference.

Volleyball

Hibbing 3, Cloquet 0

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Ebony Gray had 12 kills and Courtney Wirtanen totaled 25 set assists as the host Bluejackets cruised to the nonconference win.

Hermantown 3, Two Harbors 0

The visiting Hawks, fresh off capturing the Crosby-Ironton Invitational, swept the Agates to stretch their win streak to six matches.

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