Viking boys beat Mesabi East in basketball; Storm lose in hockey

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Colin Everson hit 26 points Tuesday night to lead the Cook County Vikings to a 62-48 home win over the Mesabi East Giants in boys basketball.
 
And, the North Shore Storm traveled to International Falls for boys hockey and returned Tuesday night with a 6-0 loss.
 
No report was available Wednesday morning on the Cook County Vikings girls basketball game with Mesabi East.
 
In taking their win, The Viking boys jumped out to a 32-21 halftime lead. They then held the Giants off in the second half, 30-27.
 
The other Viking in double-figures was Kale Boomer with 17. Scoring nine points for Cook County was Justin Goldstein while Jonny Jacobsen and Lars Scannell hit five each.
 
Everson nailed three-three-pointers while Goldstein and Boomer hit two and Scannell one.
 
Scoring in double-figures for Mesabi East were Neil Seibert with 14 and Joe Radtke with 12.
 
The win put the Vikings at 10-5 for the season.
 
In boys hockey, International Falls scored three goals in the first period, two in the second and one in the third to take the 6-0 win from the Storm.
 
Zach Duresky was in the goal for the Storm and made 29 saves.
 
The Storm’s record fell to 10-8 with the loss.


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