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Cloquet Boys, Duluth East Girls Win at Superior CC Invite

Updated: 09/13/2013 12:24 AM
Created: 09/13/2013 12:20 AM WDIO.com
By: Eyewitness Sports

Superior, Wisc. - Teams from Wisconsin and Minnesota competed at the Superior Cross Country Invite at Nemadji Golf Course.

Dylan Marvel of Cloquet was the medalist for the boys, finishing with a time of 16:54. Duluth East's Keaton Long held off Isaac Boedigheimer of Cloquet for second place. Long's time was 17:05.1 and Boedigheimer's time was 17:05.2.

Cloquet finished first in boys team scores with 38. Duluth East (65) was second and Northwestern (104) finished third.

Kailee Kiminski of Esko medaled in the girls race, finishing first with a time of 16:21.2, edging out Anja Maijalia (16:22.8) of Cloquet. Emma Nelson of Northwestern was third with a time of 16:36.

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