Prep report: South Ridge’s Snickers scores 32 in win over Chisholm

Mesabi East's Cody Fallstrom scored 24 in a boys basketball win over Two Harbors.

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South Ridge’s Svea Snickers hit four 3-pointers and scored 32 points to help lead the Panthers’ girls basketball team to a 69-67 win over Chisholm Monday.

South Ridge jumped out to a 37-30 lead at halftime. Chisholm battled back with 37 second-half points, but couldn’t complete the rally.

The Bluestreaks’ Tresa Baumgard dropped 30 in the loss. Jordan Temple scored 17 and Katie Pearson had 10, but only five Chisholm players scored in the game.

Elettra Biedermann scored 11 for South Ridge and seven Panthers picked up at least three points in the game.

Two Harbors 64, Duluth Denfeld 38

Two Harbors' Karly Holm scored 23 points and Rachel Bopp scored 21 in a 64-38 win at Duluth Denfeld Monday.


Bopp hit three 3-pointers in the win for the Agates.

Thais Vicens DeLaFlor led the Hunters with 15 points.


Mesabi East 68, Two Harbors 59

Mesabi East’s Cody Fallstrom scored 24 points in a 68-59 win at Two Harbors Monday.

The Agates’ Trent Gomez scored 25 points to lead all scorers, but Two Harbors scored only 22 first-half points and couldn’t close the 8-point deficit in the second half.

Jack Ribich scored 16 points and Kaid Kuter scored 15 to join Fallstrom in double figures.

Nashwauk-Keewatin 80, Floodwood 58

Nashwauk-Keewatin’s Gaige Waldvogel scored 23 points in a 80-58 home win over Floodwood Monday.

Dillon White hit three 3-pointers and scored 13 points in the win for the Spartans.

Floodwood was led by 14 points from Jan Caceres and 12 points from Jonah Spindler.


Girls basketball

South Ridge 69, Chisholm 67

Two Harbors 64, Duluth Denfeld 38

Barnum 24, Floodwood 23

Boys basketball

Mesabi East 68, Two Harbors 59

Nashwauk-Keewatin 80, Floodwood 58

Eveleth-Gilbert 63, Cook County 28

Boys hockey

Greenway 4, North Shore 3

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