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Knights rally, grab Kirvin Cup in OT

Mohonasen's Jared Heidelmark, takes a shot while being blocked by Lansingburgh's Malik Miller at Mohonasen High School Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Mohonasen's Jared Heidelmark, takes a shot while being blocked by Lansingburgh's Malik Miller at Mohonasen High School Friday.
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A three-point assault and Malik Miller’s overtime effort lifted Lansingburgh to the Kirvin Cup championship Friday night at Mohonasen High School. The Knights nailed nine threes, the last two inside the final minute of regulation, and Miller scored six points in the extra session as the Knights overhauled the host Mighty Warriors, 55-50, and claimed their second title in four years. “Lansingburgh deserved to win,” said Mohonasen coach Ken Dag­ostino. “We had them by nine ...


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