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SACRED HEART

Hayfield pitcher throws one-hit shutout as No. 1 seed beats Eagles 6-0 in the state semifinals on Wednesday.
Sacred Heart and Roseau open the Minnesota state high school baseball tournament on Tuesday in St. Cloud.
Larson's two-run, two-out home run were the go-ahead runs for the Eagles, who beat Ada-Borup West 3-2 in the section championship.
The Eagles defeat the Northern Freeze 15-1.

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Both schools held graduation ceremonies Friday, May 27.
The Eagles won 18 games last season before falling to Fosston at the section tournament.
Both East Grand Forks Senior High's Anthony Walsh and East Grand Forks Sacred Heart's Sam Bales enter their first season as head coach of the respective programs.
Aker, 66, died last Saturday in Rochester, Minn. Aker coached football at East Grand Forks Sacred Heart, baseball with the East Grand Forks American Legion and girls basketball at Climax-Fisher.
Summit Carbon Solutions, joined by Granite Falls Energy, hosted meetings with landowners to negotiate easements for a proposed pipeline to carry carbon dioxide from the ethanol plant to North Dakota. The plant is among 31 ethanol plants in five states that are part of the proposed $4.5 billion project.
The Eagles are 27-3, which marks the school's most wins in program history.

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The city was required to close one of the three crossings near Sacred Heart in order to have a quiet zone.
Sam Gapp scores 27 to spark 72-65 victory.
The deer firearm season is just ahead, and one life-long hunter has just the place for family and friends to join for all it offers. John Homme tells of his love for hunting, fishing and the outdoors as enjoyed on the family farm in the Minnesota River Valley in "The Best View on the Farm."

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