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Forest Lake grad sets record with 89-points in Division III game

Griffin Lentsch, a former basketball player at Forest Lake High School, set an NCAA Division III record by scoring 89-points in a single game. The Grinnell College junior set the record Saturday in a 145-97 win over Principia College in Illinois. His previous career high for points in a game was 36.
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Griffin Lentsch, a former basketball player at Forest Lake High School, set an NCAA Division III record by scoring 89-points in a single game. The Grinnell College junior set the record Saturday in a 145-97 win over Principia College in Illinois. His previous career high for points in a game was 36.

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