Prep report: Spartans swimmers take third in home meet

Superior tied with Proctor/Hermantown with 49 points at the Spartan Relays

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Superior and Proctor/Hermantown finished tied for third behind Rice Lake in the Spartan Relays girls swimming meet on Saturday, Sept. 10.

Seven teams took part in the 38th annual event, which features several unconventional team events.

Superior's lone winner was in a standard event, the 400 freestyle relay, where Kylie Peterson, Kate Porter, Ava Denninger and Charlotte Johnson finished in four minutes, 8.17 seconds.

Proctor/Hermantown won the 200 free relay, with Emma Bobbitt, Jaana Harju, Laney Gunderson and Summer Kienzle winning in 1:57.52.

Elly Blazevic of Duluth Denfeld (335.15 points) was the best of five diving competitors.



Duluth Denfeld 1, Duluth Marshall 0

The Hunters' Alyssa Doyle scored the game's only goal, from a feed by Luci Chastey.

Cayley Larsen made three saves for Denfeld in one of four Lake Superior Conference Day games taking place at Proctor on Saturday.

Esko 5, Spectrum 2

Ava Korby recorded a hat trick for the Eskomos in a road win over the Elk River-based section opponent.

Goalkeeper Hannah Roemer stopped five shots for Esko.


Bemidji 4, Duluth Denfeld 3

The Hunters rallied from 3-1 down in the second half only to be felled on a goal by the Lumberjacks' Lincoln Schmitt with less than 30 seconds left in the second overtime period.

Gus Haugen scored about six minutes apart to spark the Denfeld rally, while Derek Mayne snagged a first-half goal.

Moorhead 4, Duluth East 2

Goals from Ryan Christensen and Evan Tomczyk couldn't get the Greyhounds out of an early 2-0 hole in a home defeat to the Spuds.

Duluth Marshall 5, Spectrum 2

Bowen Linville and Briar Mrozik each finished with a pair of goals as the Hilltoppers broke a 2-2 halftime tie and landed their second win of the season.



Barnum 51, East Central 7

Hayden Charboneau threw for four touchdowns and ran for a fifth as the Bombers rolled to victory on Friday night.

Carlos Beckstrand caught two of the passes, from 2 and 70 yards out.

Moose Lake/Willow River 38, International Falls 0

Jaxyn Schmidt scored a pair of rushing touchdowns and finished with 186 yards on 24 carries as the Rebels blanked the Broncos in International Falls on Friday.

Adam Neumann threw touchdown passes to Jimmy Walker and Nolan Nelson, accumulating 112 yards on 4-of-4 attempts.

Bemidji 4, Duluth Denfeld 3 (2OT)
Moorhead 4, Duluth East 2
Grand Rapids 5, Proctor 3
Duluth Marshall 5, Spectrum 2
Duluth Denfeld 1, Duluth Marshall 0
Cloquet-Carlton 2, Hermantown 0
Esko 5, Spectrum 2
Stillwater 6, Duluth East 1
Elk River 7, Duluth East 0
Mahtomedi 7, Duluth East 0

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