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Results Feb. 5

Men's Basketball Central Lakes 92, Ridgewater 64 Women's Basketball Ridgewater 70, Central Lakes 64 Boys Basketball Willmar 65, Montevideo 60 Benson 74, BOLD 63 New London-Spicer 69, Milaca 52 Minnewaska 67, Hancock 35 Girls Basketball NL-Spicer ...

Men's Basketball

Central Lakes 92, Ridgewater 64

Women's Basketball

Ridgewater 70, Central Lakes 64

Boys Basketball

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Willmar 65, Montevideo 60

Benson 74, BOLD 63

New London-Spicer 69, Milaca 52

Minnewaska 67, Hancock 35

Girls Basketball

NL-Spicer 67, Milaca 34

Hancock 61, Minnewaska 24

Prep Wrestling

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Paynesville 41, Eden Valley-Watkins 27

Montevideo Invite

(1) Willmar 153 (2) Windom/Mountain Lake-Butterfield-Odin 150 (3) Canby 131.5 (4) Border West 131.5 (5) Fulda/Murray County Central 79 (6) Montevideo 68.5 (7) Dawson-Boyd/Lac qui Parle Valley 34

Big Ole Invite

(1) Frazee 226.5 (2) Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg 178 (3) Moorhead 150.5 (4) Wadena-Deer Creek 130 (5) Morris/Hancock/Chokio-Alberta 97.5 (6) Minnewaska 96 (7) Rocori 82 (8) Alexandria 59

HLWW Invite

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 54, Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 12

Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 52, Medford 25

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Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted 49, Rockford 28

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 65, Rockford 6

Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City 58, Medford 12

Medford 47, Rockford 25

Anoka Invite

New London-Spicer 51, St. Francis 15

New London-Spicer 39, Cambridge-Isanti 34

(Championship)

Hastings 51, New London-Spicer 9

Boys Hockey

LDC 3, River Lakes 2

MBA 12, Windom 3

Girls Hockey

Morris/Benson Area 14, Windom/MLBO 0

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