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Goodhue's Mikayla Miller attempts to fight through a foul on her way to the basket during the second half of the Wildcats' 64-55 loss to Kenyon-Wanamingo Tuesday night. Miller scored 18 points for Goodhue, eight of which came during an 80-second stretch late in the game. (Republican eagle photo by Kyle Stevens)

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With two ranked teams taking the floor, and nearly every seat in the house occupied, Tuesday was to be a good night in Goodhue.

The only problem was Kenyon-Wanamingo had a bit too much firepower for the Wildcats.

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Kyle Stevens
Kyle Stevens is a sports reporter for the Red Wing Republican Eagle. Previously, Kyle worked at the Owatonna People’s Press, as well as KWLM and KLFN in Willmar. You can contact Kyle by phone at (651) 301-7879, via e-mail at kstevens@republican-eagle.com, and follow him on Twitter @RE_KStevens.
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