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PREP CLIPBOARD: Fanfulik leads EGF golfers

Boys golf Fanfulik leads EGF golfers THIEF RIVER FALLS -- Dustin Fanfulik shot a 73 to lead East Grand Forks Senior High to a seventh-place finish at the Thief River Falls Invitational on Friday. Fanfulik finished second, one shot behind medalist...

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Fanfulik leads EGF golfers

THIEF RIVER FALLS -- Dustin Fanfulik shot a 73 to lead East Grand Forks Senior High to a seventh-place finish at the Thief River Falls Invitational on Friday.

Fanfulik finished second, one shot behind medalist Tyler Cota of Red Lake Falls.

Roseau won the meet with a 317. Senior High had 339.

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"Dustin is playing well at the right time," Senior High assistant coach Brian Loer said.

Senior High is at Roseau today. The subsection meet is scheduled for Tuesday in Walker, Minn.

BRIEFLY

- Baseball: Jesse DeFrang hit a grand slam home run and Cooper Wilson had a three-run homer to lead Fosston over visiting East Grand Forks Sacred Heart 15-5 on Friday night. DeFrang, Wilson and Aanders Johnson all went 2-for-4 for Fosston. Johnson also had a double. Fosston's Gavin Ross picked up the win and Kevin Hatcher took the loss. Brad Marek was 2-for-4 with a two-run homer and a double to lead Sacred Heart. Adam Pietruszewski was 1-for-3 with a double and a run batted in for the Eagles.

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