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Prep report: Hawks overpower Hilltoppers in boys hockey

Ethan Lund and Sam High had three points apiece and Hermantown outshot visiting Duluth Marshall 61-14 as the Hawks routed the Hilltoppers 8-3 in a high school boys hockey game Tuesday night. Lund scored twice and assisted on High's lone goal for ...

Ethan Lund and Sam High had three points apiece and Hermantown outshot visiting Duluth Marshall 61-14 as the Hawks routed the Hilltoppers 8-3 in a high school boys hockey game Tuesday night.

Lund scored twice and assisted on High's lone goal for top-ranked Hermantown, which extended its unbeaten streak over Lake Superior Conference rival Marshall to 17 games (16-0-1).

Carter Sullivan recorded two goals and an assist to lead the Hilltoppers, who were coming off Saturday's 2-1 loss to defending Class AA state champion Minnetonka.

GIRLS HOCKEY

CEC 3, Duluth 1

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Lauren Caucutt, Kiana Bender and Taylor Nelson scored for the 15th-ranked Lumberjacks in their LSC win at Heritage Center.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hermantown 67, Cloquet 54

The Hawks, who received a game-high 24 points from Connor Bich and 18 more from Kaden Kucza, won the LSC contest in Cloquet to improve to 5-0.

Duluth Denfeld 72, Esko 70

Josh Reinertsen and Armon Freeman totaled 24 and 22 points, respectively, to help first-year Hunters coach Mike Devney get the upper hand on his former club.

Camden Berger led all scorers with 29 points for the visiting Eskomos.

Superior 82, Chippewa Falls 66

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Xavier Patterson tallied 20 points to pace five Spartans in double figures as Superior picked up the road win.

Ben Rhodes drilled five of the Spartans' 12 3-pointers. Beau Severson had four.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Proctor 46, Superior 39

The visiting Rails dug out of a 22-17 halftime hole to win the LSC affair in Superior.

Proctor's Sam Pogatchnik and Morgan Nylund scored 11 points apiece.

Duluth Marshall 73,
Two Harbors 52

The visiting Hilltoppers pushed their season-opening winning streak to six games behind 25 points from Gianna Kneepkens and 23 from Grace Kirk.

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