Crosby-Ironton too much for Detroit Lakes in boys' basketball action
There wasn't much drop-off for the Crosby-Ironton boys' basketball team from a year ago, when they won 22 games and earned a trip to the state playoffs -- as Detroit Lakes found out.
Returning all their starters from that 22-win team, the Rangers applied heavy defensive pressure on the Lakers, forcing 26 turnovers, while committing just six of their own, en route to a 66-53 win Friday night in Ralph Anderson Gym.
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