Duluth East vs.

Grand Rapids

7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 14

In an age of increased specialization, Grand Rapids’ Hayden DeMars is a bona fide two-sport star. He’s a big-bodied force on the ice as a hockey standout, and in soccer this season, he scored a combined eight goals in the Thunderhawks’ first three games.

Grand Rapids (5-1-1) will need DeMars to be at his best against Duluth East, which is 5-1-1 and gunning for a repeat — or better — of its 2018 Class 2A state runner-up finish.

The Greyhounds get much of their goal scoring from the likes of Kai Hoffman, Amma Okoro and Jackson DesCombaz.