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Girls basketball

EGF Senior High 68, Virginia 53: Brooke Filipi scored a season-high 28 points as the Green Wave downed visiting Virginia on Saturday.

Mac Aitchison added 11 points for the Green Wave, who improved to 12-2. Senior High led only 29-27 at halftime, but outscored Virginia 39-26 in the second half.

"We played well in spurts today,'' Senior High coach Jay Frydenlund said. "We let Virginia dictate tempo in the first half, but we created some chaos in the second half and played with lots of energy.''

Boys hockey

EGF Senior High 2, Lake of the Woods 1: East Grand Forks Senior High, which was fourth in last week's Class A state rankings, had to rally in the third period to win, improving to 9-5-1.

Luke Krause gave the Bears (9-2-1) a 1-0 lead with a goal at the 8:40 mark of the second period. In the third, Casey Kallock tied the score 43 seconds into the period and Jake Hjelle scored the game-winner with 26 seconds left in regulation.

"Lake of the Woods was a good, hard-working team and we needed all 51 minutes of the game to come out with a victory," said Green Wave coach Scott Koberinski.

Girls hockey

Bismarck 6, Grand Forks 3: In a rematch of the 2017 state title game, defending state champion Bismarck handed Grand Forks a 6-3 home setback Saturday.

Bismarck led 3-1 after the opening period and 5-1 after two. Haily Stenberg, Katelin Petersen and Jessica Lee had goals for the KnightRiders. Madison Swenson had four goals and Felicity Blair three for Bismarck.

St. Cloud 6, EGF Senior High 0: Allie Cornelius had three goals, Brooke Arvidson scored twice and Gabbie Rud had five assists Saturday as visiting St. Cloud beat Senior High.

Kenzie Whalen had 38 saves in goal for Senior High. The Green Wave put 30 shots on goal.


GF Central goes 1-3: Grand Forks Central went 1-3 on Saturday at the Ron Gadberry dual tournament in Moorhead.

The Knights beat Fargo South 54-11 while dropping duals to Dilworth-G-F (56-10), Moorhead (43-25) and Grand Rapids (48-21).

"We wrestled hard against some solid Minnesota teams,'' Central coach Jeff Welsh said. "We are missing several starters. The 14 wrestlers we put on the mat battled.''

Central is 7-9 this season.