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Prep report: Kidd’s four goals lead Spartans past Bluejackets

Superior senior has 10 goals in just two matches this season.

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Superior senior Jakob Kidd scored four goals Saturday and already has 10 goals in two matches this season for the Spartans.

Superior senior Jakob Kidd scored four goals to lead the Spartans to an 8-1 Lake Superior Conference victory over Hibbing in high school boys soccer Saturday in Hibbing.

Ethan DeFoe and Jeffrey Olson both added a pair of goals while Kidd also had an assist. Kidd, a Wisconsin-Superior recruit, now has 10 goals and three assists in just two matches after tying his own school record with six goals in an 8-1 season-opening victory Tuesday at Menomonie. Kidd’s 23 points give him an early 10-point lead among Wisconsin boys soccer scoring leaders.

Alex Chacich had the lone goal for Hibbing late in the first half.

Duluth East 3, Forest Lake 0

Amma Okoro scored two goals and Kai Hoffman added another to lead the Greyhounds to the home win.

Eji Kramer (two saves) and Andrew Goman (one) combined to earn the shutout.

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GIRLS SOCCER

Hermantown 4, Chisago Lakes 1

Goalkeeper Kora Duncan had 11 saves to lead the host Hawks.

Hermantown got balanced scoring, with Nora Vogel, Liv Birkeland, Callie Showalter and Rylee Gilbertson all having tallies.

Two Harbors 4,
Heritage Christian Academy 0

Carly Holm had two goals and Lily Benvie had the eight-save shutout as the Agates won the home contest.

Duluth East 3, Andover 1

Kendall Wittmers-Graves, Sydney Boerboom and Mae Nephew scored goals and Lainey Benson had three saves as the Greyhounds captured third place in the Great Northern Shootout at Ordean Stadium.

Scoreboard

Saturday’s Results

Boys Soccer

Duluth East 3, Forest Lake 0

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Hill-Murray 4, Duluth Denfeld 0

Princeton 5, Grand Rapids 5

Superior 8, Hibbing 1

Girls Soccer

Hermantown 4, Chisago Lakes 1

Two Harbors 4, Heritage Christian Academy 0

Duluth East 3, Andover 1

Girls Swimming

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Duluth East 456, Hibbing 403, Bloomington Jefferson 365

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