HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS February 7, 2019

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High School Sports February 7, 2019

Wednesday Scoreboard:

Girls Hockey:

Section 1A First Round: Red Wing 5 Waseca 1

Thursday Schedule:

Boys Hockey:

Faribault at Red Wing postponed to February 8

Boys Basketball:

Zumbrota-Mazeppa at Triton postponed to February 14

Somerset at Ellsworth postponed to February 11

St. Croix Central at Prescott postponed

Alma-Pepin at Blair-Taylor postponed

Plum City-Elmwood at Colfax postponed

Girls Basketball:

Lyle-Pacelli at Goodhue cancelled

Zumbrota-Mazeppa at Kasson-Mantorville postponed to February 15

Pine Island at Kenyon-Wanamingo postponed to February 16

Wrestling:

Goodhue at Lake City postponed to February 8

Zumbrota-Mazeppa at Pine Island postponed to February 8

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