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Pride win St. Cloud tournament

The Dakota Pride 15-under team won three straight to win the St. Cloud MYAS tournament. Dakota Pride topped Magic Gold 75-33, Minnesota Bison 60-49 and Duluth 74-58 for the championship. Team members are Hadley Smith, Nate Mertens, Jake Hagler, M...

Dakota Pride
Team members are from L to R front Hadley Smith, Nate Mertens, Jake Hagler, back Mac Kroeplin, Jim Warmack, Aaron Lien and Matt Anderson.

The Dakota Pride 15-under team won three straight to win the St. Cloud MYAS tournament.

Dakota Pride topped Magic Gold 75-33, Minnesota Bison 60-49 and Duluth 74-58 for the championship.

Team members are Hadley Smith, Nate Mertens, Jake Hagler, Mac Kroeplin, Jim Warmack, Aaron Lien and Matt Anderson.

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