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The Solon Springs boys basketball team closed out Indianhead Conference play Saturday with confetti.
Residents of the small northern Wisconsin town — population 600 — are standing alongside some of the nation’s largest cities this week to draw attention to challenges facing public schools.
Monday’s match-up between the Northwood Evergreens and Solon Springs Eagles resulted in another split, with the Evergreen girls winning 44-32 and the Eagle boys winning 57-54 in overtime.
The Superior High School boys basketball team breathed a sigh of relief Thursday night after defeating Hermantown 65-62 in Superior.
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After falling to the Hayward Hurricanes in Maple earlier this season, the Northwestern High School boys basketball team evened the score Tuesday night with a 65-49 victory in Hayward.
The Solon Springs Eagles remained undefeated Friday night with a 70-61 victory over the Mellen Granite Diggers.
“We’re not indoors yet, but we are moving to the outside (rinks) at SAHA,” said Jason Rauner, tournament organizer.
The boys basketball title is still up for grabs in the Heart O’ North Conference.