LAKE NEBAGAMON — Solon Springs’ Owen Dickenson won his sixth cross country race of the season and the Northwestern and Superior boys teams finished 1-2 at the Northwestern John Woodbury Invitational on Tuesday at the Norwood Golf Club.

Dickenson finished in 17 minutes, 39 seconds. Washburn’s Sam Borchers was second in 18:11.4. Northwestern’s Bennett Nelson (fifth in 18:59) and Koy Nelson (ninth in 19:16.3) finished among the top 10.

Northwestern won with 57 points. Superior was second at 106 and Solon Springs was third at 121.

In the girls race, Cameron won with 76 points. Northwestern was third at 112. Northwestern’s Kennedy Nelson (seventh in 21:55.2) and Autumn Askin (eighth in 22:17.8) were top 10 racers.


Superior 10, Two Harbors 0

Superior’s Jakob Kidd scored a school-record six goals in the Spartans’ victory over Two Harbors on Tuesday.

Kidd twice scored hat tricks. His goal total eclipsed the previous mark of five set by Maverick Peterson.


Two Harbors 2, Proctor 1

Two Harbors’ Morgan Beardsley scored the game-winner on a penalty kick in the 48th minute and goalkeeper Tricia Osbakken made five saves in the Agates’ win on Tuesday.

Two Harbors’ Elise Poe-Johnson scored the game’s first goal on an assist from Beardsley in the 38th minute. Proctor’s Kelsey Tanger tied the game at the 42nd minute in the second half.


Hibbing 55, Virginia 39

Hibbing’s Meghan Minne set the school’s 100 freestyle mark on the opening leg of the 400 freestyle relay on Tuesday in a win over Virginia.

Minne swam a lead leg 55.39, breaking the previous mark of 55.79. Minne also won the 50 freestyle and the 100 freestyle individual races.