Area Boys Basketball: Pequot advances to section finals

Pequot Lakes vs. Two Harbors in the Section 7-2A Semifinals

Grant Loge
Grant Loge

HERMANTOWN — Grant Loge led the top-seeded Pequot Lakes Patriots with 14 points as they defeated the No. 5 seeded Two Harbors Agate 50-38 in the Section 7-2A Semifinals Wednesday, March 15.

Eli Laposky and Gavin Kennen each recorded 13 points for the Patriots as they improved to 24-5 this season.

With the win Pequot Lakes advances to the Section 7-2A Championship Friday, March 17 and will face the winner of No. 2 seeded Esko and No. 3 seeded Rock Ridge.

Two Harbors 17 21 – 38

Pequot Lakes 22 28 – 50


Ethan Bopp 10, Trent Gomez 8, Kyler Pitkanen 7, Ryan Seguin 2, Sebastian Bark 2, Cash Williams 2, Cam Nelson 5, Isaiah Hietala 2.


Eli Laposky 13, Gavin Kennen 13, Grant Loge 14, Conner Quale 3, Brayden Spiczka 7. Overall: 24-5. Next: in the Section 7-2A Finals 6 p.m. Friday, Match 17.

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