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Winners of the Palmer’s Horseshoe League were, from left, Gary Grangruth and Mark Severson for Silver Division, and Sandy Rohwer and Tina Bussey in the Gold Division.

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HIBBING — For the third year in a row, Jeff Thune and Chris Rengstorf won the Fall Classic 2-Man Scramble, an annual event held every year at the Mesaba Country Club.

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A bench in the name of longtime umpire Knute Gustavsson was dedicated in his memory at Vic Power Fields. Pictured from left, front row, Riley, Tanner and Hunter Gustavsson. Back row, Carol Cackoski, Jill Ostermann, Dale Gustavsson, Peggy Gustavsson, Dave Gustavsson, and Carrie Gustavsson. No…

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The scoreboard shows the court number, the number of shoes pitched and the ringers each pitcher has registered, along with the score of the match. Action continues today, Sunday and Monday.

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Phillip Rodenberg of Rochester gets the clay prepared before his match on court six.

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The Minnesota State Horseshoe Championships got under way at the Hibbing Memorial Arena Friday with the Elder Class. Richard Lampton pitches a shoe during one of his matches;

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HIBBING — Craig Massich had never won a Hibbing Municipal Men’s Club championship, but there he was in the finals against five-time champion Chris Bautch, who has played in eight finals, finishing as a runner up three times.

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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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