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Laker freshman Joe Mollberg (4) leans in for an inside shot against Crosby-Ironton Friday night in Ralph Anderson Gym. He missed the bucket on the play but was fouled in the act of shooting. (Brian Basham/Tribune)

Detroit Lakes turns game over to Crosby-Ironton

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A good week's worth of practice didn't translate well for the Detroit Lakes boys' basketball team in Friday's 64-54 loss to visiting Crosby-Ironton.


The Lakers committed 26 turnovers -- 16 in the first half -- while the Rangers were also propelled by 20 second half points by junior Mark Hoge, as C-I cruised to the victory.

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