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Ely wins CC Invitational; CC/SB boys win Denfeld Invitational, girls second

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 The Ely Timberwolves took both the boys and girls team titles in the Cook County Invitational Saturday at Pincushion Trails system in Grand Marais.
Ely’s boys beat the rest of the pack with 379 points. They  edged Duluth East who finished second with 374.
Mesabi East junior Sam Johnson won the 10.9-kilometer boys pursuit raise in a split second over 34 minutes.
In the girls race, the Ely girls took the top spot with 383 again just edging top-ranked Duluth East’s 381.
Ely senior Amy Bianco won thte girls 10.9-ilombeter pursuit in 37 minutes and 44 seconds. Bianco’s eighth-grade sister Erin was second at 40 minutes and four seconds.
No information was available Monday morning on how Cook County and other teams finished.
The Cook County boys Alpine Ski Team won the Duluth Denfeld invitational at Mont Du Lac on Friday. The Viking girls finished second.
CC/SB won the boys meet with 105 points while Virginia Area finished second at 99. Hibbing was third with 75.
Anders Zimmer and Luke Fenwick finished fourth and fifth for CC/SB. Zimmer finished with a time of 1:03:22 while Fenwick came in at 1:04:74.
In the girls event, Duluth East won with 134 points followed by Cook County with 29 and Virginia Area in third at 88.5
Morgan Weyrens finished third in the meet with a time of 1:10:82.
In boys hockey, the North Shore Storm traveled to Kittson Central in Hallock and took home a 4-0 loss.
Zach Duresky was in goal for the Storm and had 37 saves. The loss dropped the Storm to 10-9-1 for the year.
The Silver Bay Area girls hockey team finished the regular season at 7-17-1 with a win and a loss in the final two games on the schedule.
The Mariners beat Superior in Silver Bay on Thursday night, 2-1. However, they lost 1-0 in a road match at Webster, Wisconsin.
And, the Mariners lost in boys and girls basketball at Floodwood on Friday night. The Polar Bears won the girls game 70-40 and the boys game 74-41.
The loss dropped the Silver Bay girls to 1-13 for the season and the boys to 0-12.