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PREP CLIPBOARD: Breck downs Senior High

BOYS HOCKEY Breck 6, EGF Senior High 0 MINNEAPOLIS -- Breck found offense to be in abundance in its win over East Grand Forks Senior High on Saturday. Breck is the No. 1 team in Minnesota Class A boys hockey, while Senior High came in ranked No. ...

BOYS HOCKEY

Breck 6, EGF Senior High 0

MINNEAPOLIS -- Breck found offense to be in abundance in its win over East Grand Forks Senior High on Saturday.

Breck is the No. 1 team in Minnesota Class A boys hockey, while Senior High came in ranked No. 3. On Friday night, Senior High downed Blaine, the top-ranked Class AA team in Minnesota.

Forward David Husband recorded a hat trick, and Mark Sharp added a goal and two assists for the Mustangs.

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"We didn't have any energy and Breck played hungry," Green Wave coach Tyler Palmiscno said. "They played with a lot of energy and looked really good."

Henry Johnson backed came up with 28 saves for Breck.

East Grand Forks fell to 6-1-0 on the season, while Breck moved to 6-0-1. The Wave play host to Bemidji on Tuesday.

Fargo Davies 4,

GF Central 1

FARGO -- Grand Forks Central outshout Fargo Davies 29-23, but was unable to get the win on Saturday.

"I thought we played well enough to win," said Central coach Grant Paranica. "I felt, other than the first seven minutes, we controlled the puck for most of the game. They were able to capitalize on their chances and we weren't."

Casey Johnson scored the only Knights' goal at 11:54 of the third period.

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Central dropped to 2-1 in the EDC, and 4-2 overall.

GIRLS HOCKEY

EGF Senior High 5,

Park Rapids 1

Riley Koberinski and Tiffany Hanson each scored a pair of goals to lead East Grand Forks Senior High over Park Rapids on Saturday.

"We had a pretty good effort overall," said Senior High coach Jim Scanlan. "We did a nice job not giving up many shots and we had to work hard to get the goals we did score."

Coco Piche scored the other goal for the Wave early in the second period. Bailee Jerger scored the lone goal for Park Rapids.

The win improves Senior High to 11-1 on the year. The Wave will play at Roseau on Tuesday.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Fargo South 76,

GF Red River 57

FARGO -- Fargo South had three players score more than 20 points as the Bruins defeated Grand Forks Red River on Saturday.

Allyson Friedt scored 22, Emily Stroup had 21, and Maddie Erickson followed with 20 for South.

"We had a tough day shooting the ball," said Red River coach Kent Ripplinger. "We played very hard defensively but we fell behind and gave them some easier scoring opportunities on their end."

Keana Burr scored 12 points to lead the Roughriders.

Red River dropped to 1-1.

EGF Sacred Heart 54,

Stephen-Argyle 53

Michele Remer scored 19 points to lead East Grand Forks Sacred Heart over Stephen-Argyle on Saturday.

"It was a good defensive battle on both ends of the floor," said Sacred Heart coach Joann Remer. "We played hard and were able to hold out for the win."

Stacy Remer added 16 points for the Eagles. Carly Safranski scored a game-high 22 points for Stephen-Argyle.

Sacred Heart improved to 5-0.

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BRIEFLY

n Boys swimming: Nick McCowan finished second in diving to lead the Grand Forks KnightRiders on Saturday in their season opener. The KnightRiders finished fourth in the Fargo Pentathlon, won by Fargo North. McCowan scored a 178.25 in diving. Also, Tristan Weisz finished second in the 100 freestyle while Thomas Devine was third in the 100 breaststroke. "Nick has been steadily improving over the past couple seasons and we are looking for next big step from him," said Central coach Brent Newman. "If today is any indication, this could be his season."

-- Herald staff reports

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