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Prep report: Rebels win Cathedral tourney

Duluth Marshall's Regan Juenemann scored at the buzzer as the Hilltoppers defeated Pierz in double overtime at St. Cloud.

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Duluth News Tribune

Moose Lake-Willow River edged Spectrum 77-74 on Thursday, Dec. 30, to claim the championship of the Crusader Christmas Basketball Classic in St. Cloud.

Alex Watrin completed a dominant week on the glass for the Rebels, collecting 21 rebounds and 76 for the three-game tournament.

Logan Orvedahl led ML/WR with 27 points and Philip Sheetz scored 20. Both players made four 3-pointers.

Columbia Heights 80, Hibbing 49

The Hylanders denied the Bluejackets the title at Hibbing's own North Star State Hardwood Showcase, with Superior knocking off Duluth Denfeld 84-51 for third place.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Duluth Marshall 61, Pierz 59 (2OT)

Regan Juenemann scored at the buzzer in double overtime as the Hilltoppers capped their trip to the Granite City Classic showcase event with a thrilling double-overtime victory.

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Juenemann finished with 28 points.

BOYS HOCKEY

Hermantown 6, Delano 2

Ty Hanson scored twice as the top-ranked Hawks rolled to victory in a meeting with the No. 4 Tigers.

PREP SCOREBOARD

BOYS BASKETBALL

Eveleth-Gilbert 63, Two Harbors 61

Minneapolis Washburn 59, Duluth East 30

New York Mills 65, Cherry 62

Columbia Heights 80, Hibbing 49

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Superior 84, Duluth Denfeld 51

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Champlin Park 60, Duluth East 52

Duluth Marshall 61, Pierz 59 (2OT)

BOYS HOCKEY

Somerset 6, North Shore 3

Red Lake Falls 13, Moose Lake Area 2

Rock Ridge 9, Crookston 0

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Hermantown 6, Delano 2

Hill-Murray 6, Cloquet-Esko-Carlton 2

Cambridge-Isanti 5, Hibbing/Chisholm 2

Mora/Milaca 4, Duluth Marshall 0

Proctor 6, Minnehaha Academy 1

Mound Westonka 5, Greenway 0

Superior 3, Wausau West 2 (SO)

GIRLS HOCKEY

Hibbing/Chisholm 2, Eagan 1

Superior 5, Brookfield 0

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