Prep Report: MIB's Overbye passes 2,000-point mark
Charlotte Overbye scored only 12 points, but it was enough to make the Mountain Iron-Buhl senior the 10th high school girls basketball player from the Northland to surpass 2,000 career points in the Rangers' 62-35 victory over visiting Deer River...
Charlotte Overbye scored only 12 points, but it was enough to make the Mountain Iron-Buhl senior the 10th high school girls basketball player from the Northland to surpass 2,000 career points in the Rangers' 62-35 victory over visiting Deer River in a
season-opening game Tuesday night.
Overbye finished the game with 2,009 career points, just 16 shy of eighth place among Northeastern Minnesota players.
Chisholm 89, Hill City 27
Senior Risa Valentini scored 44 points and had eight steals, five rebounds and five assists to lead the host Bluestreaks to the nonconference victory.
Brianna Zunich added 17 points and 29 rebounds for the winners.
Grand Rapids 45,
The host Thunderhawks overcame a seven-point halftime deficit to beat the Hawks in a nonconference game.
Kenzi Kane scored 15 points to lead Grand Rapids, which trailed 22-15 at the break.
Cloquet 47, Northwestern 41
Kenzie Rathe scored 17 points and added 10 rebounds as the host Lumberjacks rallied from a five-point halftime deficit to win the nonconference season opener.
Barnum 70, Cromwell 26
Katie Myhre made five 3-pointers and scored 23 points and freshman Daron Mainville added 20 points to lead the visiting Bombers to the Polar League victory in their first game since winning the Class A state title last March.
Grand Rapids 4, CEC 1
Dom DeGuiseppi saved 23 shots as the Thunderhawks opened the season with the nonconference victory at the Cloquet Area Recreation Center.
Jace Luoma, Zach Dick and Patrick Moore each had a goal and an assist.
Duluth Marshall 0
Seven players scored goals as the Pioneers handed the Hilltoppers (2-1) their first loss in the nonconference game at Mars Lakeview Arena.
Proctor 15, Two Harbors 1
Griffin Swanson netted a hat trick and Jeremy Lopez had two of his three goals in a seven-goal second period as the visiting Rails cruised to a season-opening victory.
Patrick Everson and Tyler Pionk each had two goals for Proctor.
International Falls 2
Nathan Tromp outdueled Glenn Walls in the nets as the Bluejackets won the Iron Range Conference game at home.
Tromp stopped 25 of 27 shots for Hibbing-Chisholm (1-2), while Walls made 39 saves for the Broncos (0-1).
Grand Rapids-Greenway 3,
Molly Illikainen scored two goals and her sister, Morgan, had two assists and the game-winning goal in the third period to give the host Thunderhawks (4-2) their fourth straight win.