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Basketball: Knights of Columbus free throw winners

The Knights of Columbus held a free throw competition.

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Macalester Devine, front, left, Westin Lubovich, Eli Martini, Noah Moss, Caleb Smith, Knight Paul McConville, back, left, Leah Palmer, Lynae Kinzer, Amanda Wiseley-Peterson, Katelyn Palm, Veronica Millsop, Tori Oehrlein and Knight Hank Scheinholst.
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Eleven winners emerged from the Knights of Columbus district free throw championship Sunday, Feb. 13, at the Crosslake Community Center.
Winners are eligible to compete in the regional competition Sunday, March 6, at Aitkin High School.

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