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Jablonski's Red Knights sentimental favorite at state tourney

Benilde-St. Margaret's is a state hockey tournament team this year, upsetting Minnetonka to win the Section 6 Class 2A title. While Duluth East is the No. 1 seed in 2A, thousands of Minnesotans will be cheering for the Red Knights to win it all. Leading that cheer? Jack Jablonski.
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Benilde-St. Margaret's is a state hockey tournament team this year, upsetting Minnetonka to win the Section 6 Class 2A title. While Duluth East is the No. 1 seed in 2A, thousands of Minnesotans will be cheering for the Red Knights to win it all. Leading that cheer? Jack Jablonski.

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