Vikings win two; Mariners drop two in high school basketball

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Colin Everson scored 23 points to lead the Cook County Vikings to a 65-55 home victory over the Cromwell Cardinals Friday night in Grand Marais.
 
The Viking girls won their second game in a row by stopping the Cardinals 51-39 led by 14 points from Lily Gruber-Schulz.
 
In other North Shore high school basketball play, Silver Bay dropped a pair of games to Moose Lake-Willow  River.
 
The Viking boys took a 36-28 lead at the half and outscored the Cardinals 29-26 in the second for the win.
 
In addition to Everson’s 23, Justin Goldstein had 15 while Kale Boomer had 11. Rounding out the Vikings’ scoring were Lars Scannell with eight and Jonny Jacobsen with four while Rory  Bakke and Peter Warren added two each.
 
Austin Pfisthner had 17 for Cromwell.
 
The  Vikings are 6-2 for the season and play Friday night, January 11 at Silver  Bay in a game that will be broadcast on WTIP.
 
The Viking girls upped their record to 5-6 with their win over the Cardinals.
 
Cook County held a 30 to 20 halftime lead before holding off Cromwell 21-19 in the second to take the 11-point win.
 
Gruber-Schulz’s 14 led the Vikes followed by Breana Peterson’s 12 and eight from Teresa Morrin. Other Vikings on the scoreboard were Kaitlynn Linnell with seven, Jamie Sjogren with six and Leah Utities with four.
 
Christina Stenson led Cromwell with 13.
 
The now 5-6 Vikings travel to Mesabi East for a game Thursday night, January 10. On Friday, they join the boys at Silver Bay and their game will be broadcast on WTIP.
 
The Silver Bay Mariner girls lost a 67-38 road game at Moose Lake-Willow  River.
 
The  Rebels took a first-half lead of 35-32 before taking the second half 32-19 for the win.
 
Alicia Nopola scored 26 to lead the Mariners. Tara Dow added 10 and Kayla Maleski scored two. Nopola also had a three-point basket.
 
The loss dropped the Mariners to 1-7 for the season.
 
The  Silver Bay boys also were defeated by Moose Lake-Willow  River, 75-29. The loss dropped the Mariners to 0-8 for the year.
 
The Mariners host the Vikings for a North Shore double-header on Friday night, January 11.
 
 


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