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The Detroit Lakes boys hockey team shutout Fergus Falls 4-0 on Saturday afternoon at the Kent Freeman Arena. Seniors led the way as they Lakers took care of business ahead of Tuesday's battle at East Grand Forks.
Last year's breakout boys hockey season ended on a sour note with a 5-1 loss against Thief River Falls in the Section 8A semifinals. The Lakers are back with something to prove as they hope to take another step forward with a senior-loaded roster.
The Detroit Lakes youth wrestling program's registration is open.
The Detroit Lakes girls hockey team fell to Breckenridge-Wahpeton 9-0 on Tuesday night.
Seniors Gabby Whitworth and Jerzie Horner have accomplished high school gymnastics careers. Both decided this was going to be their final season in the sport after 11 combined years at the varsity level and nearly three decades in the gym. Whitworth and Horner looked back on their time with the program while gearing for what they hope is another championship-level season.
After its Cinderella run a year ago, the Detroit Lakes girls basketball team is hoping for similar success in the 2022-23 season. The Lakers will hope to lean on their experience and depth as they navigate a competitive schedule as the reigning Section 8-3A champions.

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This is a column written by Jared Rubado about the upcoming Highway 10 Hoops Preview. This is column does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Detroit Lakes Tribune.
The Detroit Lakes girls hockey team is searching for its first win of the season after suffering losses against Hastings and East Grand Forks.
Detroit Lakes' Faith Hamm and Perham-New York Mills' Brittney Lorentz qualified for finals events at the Class A state girls swimming and diving meet on Friday. Detroit Lakes' Hope Hamm, Emily Peterson, Marin Westrum and Rylie Wendt, along with Perham-New York Mills' Taylor Ziemke and Avery McAllister also competed in the state preliminaries.

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