The Greyhounds edged the Lumberjacks 5-2 earlier this season at Duluth Heritage Sports Center.
Duluth East (17-4) is led by defensemen Phil Beaulieu (22 points) and Meirs Moore (28), forwards Jack Forbort (42), Alex Toscano (39) and Ryan Lundgren (29), and goaltender Dylan Parker (1.88 goals-against. 905 saves pct).
Cloquet (12-6-2) is 5-5-2 against 2A opponents and features Bulldogs recruit Karson Kuhlman (39), a speedy junior forward. Watch the game online, here.
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Also tonight: powerful Superior (15-1) will play host to Esko (18-1) in high school girl’s basketball at 7:15 p.m. in Superior. The game features three Division I college prospects.
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The Bulldogs defeated Bemidji State 9-0 in season-opening Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference women’s tennis play Sunday at the Arrowhead Tennis and Athletic Center in Duluth.
The Bulldogs, who fell to the College of St. Scholastica by that same score the previous night in their season opener, got straight set singles wins from the freshmen Bailey Kolles (No. 3), Delany Dobbs (No. 5) and Katie Lincoln (No. 6) as well as junior Kelsey Cunningham (No. 4). Meanwhile, sophomores Alyssa Brunelli (No. 1) and Kara Saemann (No. 2) both took three sets to put away their opponents.UMD swept the three doubles events as Brunelli and Saemann (8-0 at No. 1), Kolles and Dobbs (8-3 at No. 2) and Cunningham and Lincoln (8-1 and No. 3) all prevailed.
UMD will play host Minnesota State University-Moorhead next Saturday and St. Cloud State University on Sunday in a pair of NSIC matches in Virginia, Minn.