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Prep Report: Hunters edge Hawks in girls soccer showdown

Duluth Denfeld's Frankie Bergman broke a tie in the 77th minute to give the Hunters a 4-3 win over Hermantown in a high school girls soccer game Tuesday night at Public Schools Stadium.

Duluth Denfeld's Frankie Bergman broke a tie in the 77th minute to give the Hunters a 4-3 win over Hermantown in a high school girls soccer game Tuesday night at Public Schools Stadium.

Denfeld's Emily DesMarais tied the game at 3 with a goal in the 59th minute before Bergman's game-winner put the Hunters (8-1 overall, 4-1 conference) ahead of the Hawks (6-2-2, 3-1-1) for first place in the Lake Superior Conference.

Esko-Earlton 6, Duluth Central 1
Amanda Bergstedt scored four goals and added an assist as the Eskomos topped the Trojans in a nonconference game at PSS.

Bergstedt scored three times in the opening half for Esko-Carlton (6-3-1), which has outscored opponents 22-2 during a three-game winning streak.

Proctor 4, Grand Rapids 0
Four players scored and Amber Henriksen stopped four shots as the Rails won the nonconference game at home.

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BOYS SOCCER
Hermantown 6, Duluth Denfeld 0
Brandon Crusan put the finishing touches on the LSC home win with a pair of goals for the Hawks.

Andrew Samberg made seven saves for the shutout as Hermantown improved to 9-1 overall and 5-1 in the conference.

Duluth Central 3, Superior 1
The Trojans overcame a one-goal deficit to win the LSC road game and keep the Spartans winless on the season.

Central (6-4, 5-2) moved into second place in the league, two points behind Duluth Marshall.

Cloquet-Esko-Carlton 2, Hibbing 0
Tyler Goebel and Josiah Barrett scored second-half goals to make Jarad Weeks' 10-save shutout stand up in the nonconference win at Hibbing.

VOLLEYBALL
Deer River 3, Greenway 0
Leah Benham had 19 kills to lead the Warriors past the Raiders in a nonconference match between two of the better teams in the Northland.

Duluth Marshall 3, Duluth Denfeld 1
Tarin Hedquist's 13 kills helped the host Hilltoppers top the Hunters in an LSC match.

Floodwood 3, Carlton 2
Alissa Autio's 21 kills and 14 ace blocks led the host Polar Bears, who upended the Bulldogs 15-12 in the fifth game to win the Polar League match.

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Grand Rapids 3, Virginia 0
The Thunderhawks rebounded from their only loss of the season to easily beat their Iron Range Conference foe.

Duluth East 3, Proctor 0
The visiting Greyhounds (10-1) allowed single-digit points in the first two games en route to their fifth consecutive victory.

Hibbing 3, Superior 0
Courtney Wirtanen had 14 set assists and 13 digs as the visiting Bluejackets made quick work of the nonconference match for their 55th straight win against teams from the Northland.

Barnum 3, Cook County 2
The visiting Bombers rallied from a 2-0 deficit to stay undefeated in the Polar League.

CROSS COUNTRY

Spartans' Holmeses fare well in Northwestern Invite
Superior's Leah Holmes won the girls' 4,000-meter race, while Shane Holmes placed second in the boys' 5,000-meter race at the Northwestern Invitational.

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