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Dakota Pride go undefeated at Jr. Grand Am

The Dakota Pride went 4-0 at the Junior Grand Am beating Winnipeg Team Edge 67-22, topping the Fargo Raptors 71-32, beating Winnipeg Jr. Bison 73-33 and topping the Litchfield Dragons in the Championship 61-54.

The Dakota Pride went 4-0 at the Junior Grand Am beating Winnipeg Team Edge 67-22, topping the Fargo Raptors 71-32, beating Winnipeg Jr. Bison 73-33 and topping the Litchfield Dragons in the Championship 61-54.

Pictured L to R back row Coach Duane Smith, Nate Mertens, Austin Monson, AJ Jacobson, Tom Mertens, Randy Kroeplin Front row Hadley Smith, Danny Grande, Mac Kroeplin, Jake Hagler and Matt Anderson.

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