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Morris Area/C-A's Corey Nohl powers up for two of his eight points in the Tigers' win over Montevideo on Thursday. The Tigers play a West Central South game at Benson on Saturday, and barring an upset, will take a perfect record and the No. 2 ranking in Class AA into Monday's game against top-ranked New London-Spicer in New London. Photo by Nancy Woodke, Sun Tribune.

No.1 vs No.2: Big games nothing new to Tigers, NL-S

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By Tom Larson

Sun Tribune

New London and Spicer are small Minnesota communities with a combined population of about 2,400.

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But New London will appear to be quite a bit larger come Monday night, as people stream into town to catch one of the bigger boys basketball games in the area this season.

New London-Spicer, Minnesota's No. 1 team in Class AA, will play host to the Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta Tigers at 7:30 p.m.

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