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Perham opens title defense with win over C-I


CROSBY — Cold shooting doomed the Crosby-Ironton Rangers as they opened the season with a 54-32 non-conference loss to the defending Class 2A state champion Perham Yellowjackets Friday.

The Rangers hit just 10 of 40 from the field (25 percent), while the Yellowjackets connected on 23-of-42 (55 percent).

Michael Hoge and Jacob and Will Goodwin all tallied eight points to lead the Rangers. Hoge and Daniel Hudrlik had seven rebounds apiece.

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