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Mayson Brown tries to drive on Michale Kastelic during their Boys 10-12 title contest

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Jim Radtke tries to take Evan Kleffman to the basket during their Men’s Rec contest.

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The Dr. Ben Owens Memorial Junior Golf Tournament was held at the Mesaba Country Club on Friday. The overall boys champion was Coltin Mitchell in the 17-18 division. The overall girls champion was Blayke Swanger. The division winners were from left to right, Grant Toewe 11-12; Bauer Matonich…

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Winners of the Mesaba Country Club Women’s Handicap Tournament conducted recently are pictured above. From left are Ann Furlong, first-flight winner; and Paulette Perkovich, championship-flight winner.

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HIBBING — The team of Jeff Cowling, Zach Morehouse and Jared Zezel successfully defended their Summer Classic Three-Person Scramble on Sunday at the Mesaba Country Club.

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TOWER — The message from Drew Sipila on July 28 will be to trust “The System.’’

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GNESEN, Township — Josh Rowe started racing three years ago, and the Hornet driver has started to pick up his game.

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HIBBING — Geno Uhrbom already has an impressive running resume´.

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In her second year at the helm, Mesabi Range College head volleyball coach Sara Matuszak is keeping one of the program’s staples going: the high school summer volleyball league.

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GRAND RAPIDS — Known as the oldest triathlon in the state of Minnesota, the 35th annual Timberman Triathlon will be conducted Saturday, July 13.

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Jake Smith (left) won the second heat. Final results were not available when this edition of the Hibbing Daily Tribune went to press.

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Cocky Tommy 2 Tone helps King Leonides back into the ring during his WGW title match.

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The Mighty Norse Tyr (top) has the Brauler in a headlock during tag-team action.

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Leonard Literacy (top) drops Zakk Neo on a garbage can and crushes it during their WGW Hardcore title match.

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Robert Smith (top) wins the first heat of the Hornet Swarm Invitational Saturday at the Hibbing Raceway.

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The WGW Chaos in Keewatin card took place on main street Friday, with six matches, including two title matches. Far left, King Leonides celebrates as he retained his WGW belt against Hot Shot Danny Duggan;

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Mr. Everything Dan Jesser, who was managing Sammy Savard, puts a choke hold on Savard’s opponent Moses Mayhem.

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AURORA — Being Aurora’s recreation director for the last 25 years was a perfect fit for Chris Shuck.

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