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PROCTOR-HERMANTOWN

Cromwell-Wright claimed the Polar League's small-school conference title on Friday.
Connor Kreuger, recently of the 100-win club, added to his total for Superior.
In girls hockey, Proctor/Hermantown surprised Gentry Academy, the No. 2 ranked team in Class AA, with an overtime win at Hermantown Arena.
It's the first time the Hawks have lost a regular-season game to a Class A team since 2013.

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The Northland fared much better on the boys' side, where Duluth East, Hermantown and Cherry all won.
For other Northland athletes, a more bitter finale awaited them.
CEC will face Park of Cottage Grove for the title on Thursday afternoon.
The CEC and Duluth Marshall boys were victorious in their tournament openers.
The Tigers had a 10-point lead early but couldn't hold on.
The Spartans wrestled Proctor-Hermantown, Cloquet-Esko-Carlton and Barron on Friday.

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The Duluth Marshall alums were on opposite benches when Denver and Omaha played on Saturday in Denver.
The Mirage are looking to do one better than last year's Class A runner-up finish.
Proctor/Hermantown got six goals from six skaters.

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