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Prep report: Grand Rapids, Hill-Murray skate to tie

Superior boys hockey ended a six-game losing streak.

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GRAND RAPIDS — It was a busy day for the Grand Rapids power play on Saturday at the IRA Civic Center, but four goals with the man advantage were only enough to get the Thunderhawks a 4-4 tie with Hill-Murray on Saturday at the IRA Civic Center.

Easton Young recorded a pair of power-play goals in the first period and Henry Sterle added another at 9:04 of the second to make it 9:04 Thunderhawks, but Hill-Murray scored three times in the last 2:01 of the frame to take a 4-3 lead into the second intermission.

Joey DelGreco equalized four minutes into the third period, but that would be the last entry on the scoresheet for either side.

Continuing the even nature of the game, both teams had 29 shots on goal. Rapids' Myles Gunderson had 25 saves.

Moorhead 3, Duluth East 2 (OT)

Henry Murray and Noah Teng scored late goals to force overtime but Moorhead's Gavin Lindberg continued his hot streak with his second overtime game-winner in as many days.

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Superior 3, New Richmond 2

Mason Stenberg scored the go-ahead goal with 5:30 to play as the Spartans ended a six-game losing streak.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Cumberland 55, Northwestern 43

The Tigers had trouble getting around 6-foot-4 senior center Maisen Gores as the Beavers earned a key Heart O'North victory.

Gores finished with 20 points and 13 rebounds as the Tigers recorded just 15 first-half points.

Tieryn Plasch led Northwestern (11-5, 8-3 HON) with 21 points.

Grand Rapids 80, Hermantown 59

Taryn Hamling dropped 32 points, including seven 3-pointers, as the Thunderhawks rolled to victory in Lake Superior Conference play.

PREP SCOREBOARD
BOYS BASKETBALL
Cass Lake-Bena 71, Cherry 59
St. Paul Como Park 65, Eveleth-Gilbert 45
Ely 58, Duluth Marshall 56

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Cumberland 55, Northwestern 43
Proctor 54, Hibbing 37
Grand Rapids 80, Hermantown 59

BOYS HOCKEY
Grand Rapids 4, Hill-Murray 4 (OT)
Moorhead 3, Duluth East 2 (OT)
International Falls 7, Moose Lake Area 0
Rock Ridge 1, Princeton 0

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GIRLS HOCKEY
Rock Ridge 5, Pine City 2

Related Topics: GRAND RAPIDSDULUTH EAST HIGH SCHOOLSUPERIOR SCHOOLS
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