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The continually-improving Hermantown girls basketball team has been playing hard and competing strongly in the past two weeks, veteran Hawks coach Beth Clark said today.

"We played at Princeton last Saturday and had a great competitive game and pulled out an 81-73 victory," said Clark of the impressive nonconference victory. "It was an up and down, hard fought game that was certainly fun to coach and watch."

Bailey Hermanson had 19 points, and Danika Bolf added 12 points and Annika Nelson and Olivia Johnson contributed nine nine points each for the Hawks. 

Hermantown also defeated Hibbing 56-48 on Tuesday night.

"The game went back and forth throughout but we put a run together in the last eight minutes of the game and came out with the victory," said Clark. "We've been playing well and it was nice to be rewarded by winning a big section game."

Hermantown lost to Superior 50-39 in a highly competitive Lake Superior Conference matchup at Hermantown Gym on Friday night. Hermanson scored a team-high 16 points for the Hawks.

The Hawks (5-14) will next visit Chisago Lakes on Friday at 7 p.m., as they begin a six-game road stretch before finishing regular season play Feb. 22 at home against Duluth Denfeld.

Hermantown is also led by Johnson, a junior center, junior guard Mikayla Sweeney and senior forward Bailey Zagelmeyer.

Hawks Notebook -- The Hawks boys basketball team defeated visiting Duluth Marshall 96-84 on Thursday night, minus team scoring leader Abe Soumis who was nursing a lower body injury. Hermantown (12-6) will play host to Grand Rapids (4-11) Thursday and Proctor (4-10) Friday.