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Prep report: Lakeview tops Ely in boys basketball

Anders Broman was held to a season-low 16 points, but Bjorn Broman came through with 26 and Josh Plys added 18 as Lakeview Christian Academy downed Ely 78-65 on Tuesday at Mertz Mortorelli Gym in a matchup of two of the upcoming Section 7A high s...

Anders Broman was held to a season-low 16 points, but Bjorn Broman came through with 26 and Josh Plys added 18 as Lakeview Christian Academy downed Ely 78-65 on Tuesday at Mertz Mortorelli Gym in a matchup of two of the upcoming Section 7A high school boys basketball playoff favorites.

The Lions improved to 15-10 overall and dropped the Timberwolves to 20-4. Each team is expected to receive a No. 1 seed in its subsection.

Broman, Minnesota's all-time leading scorer who is closing in on 4,900 career points, previously was held to 20 twice this season.

Hermantown 75,

Duluth Denfeld 63

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Kevin Folman scored 23 points and Kole Zuidmulder added 19 in the visiting Hawks' regular-season finale.

Hermantown finished the season 23-3 overall, 8-1 and runners-up in the Lake Superior Conference.

Barnum 79, Pine City 41

Brandon Newman's 24 points keyed the host Bombers to the nonconference victory.

Girls basketball

Chisago Lakes 67,

Duluth Denfeld 50

Bryanna Fernstrom's 18 points led the top-seeded Wildcats past the Hunters in the Section 7AAA quarterfinals.

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Denfeld's season ended at 6-20.

Silver Bay 48, Wrenshall 34

Alicia Nopola scored 36 points to lift the host Mariners to the Section 7A first-round win.

Osceola 47,

Northwestern 43

Osceola outscored the Tigers 18-14 in the fourth quarter to win the Wisconsin Division 3, Sectional 1 first-round game at Maple.

GIRLS HOCKEY

Fire 4, Ice 0

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Courtney Simmons and Alyssa Acheson combined on a 27-save shutout to lead the Fire over the Ice in the ninth annual K1 High School All-Star Game at Northwoods Arena in Cloquet.

Simmons of Proctor-Hermantown finished with 13 saves while Acheson of Cloquet-Esko-Carlton had 14.

Kaya Baker's first-period goal, on an assist from Grand Rapids-Greenway teammate Hannah Schmoll, was all the Fire needed. Silver Bay Area's Anna Carman added a goal and an assist.

Grand Rapids-Greenway's Sydney Helmbrecht and Cloquet-Esko-Carlton's Katie Beckman combined on 27 saves to lead the Ice.

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