Both teams have recorded victories this season but Hawley was the first competition with both teams winning.
The high kick team scored highest in visual effectiveness with a score of 34 from the judges and accumulated 324 total points equating to four rank points to defeat Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton in second place with five. The Lakers were awarded first place by two of four judges with one second place vote compared to the Rebels with one first place vote and two seconds.
Of the five judges, the top and bottom scores are removed. The Lakers had a first and third place removed. The Rebels confounded one judge having a fifth place mark thrown out as their bottom score and a first place as their top.
The Jazz team tied in rank points with Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton each scoring five, but the Lakers had 319 points from the judges to 316 for the Rebels to claim first place. The judges gave DL high marks of 34 points in both visual effectiveness and difficulty of formations and transitions.
The Lakers are home for the final time this season as DL hosts the Mid-State Conference Jazz competition Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 7 p.m. with teams from Aitkin, Crosby-Ironton, Pequot Lakes, Pierz and Pine River-Backus.
High Kick: Detroit Lakes 4, Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 5, Pelican Rapids 9, Moorhead 12, United Clay Becker 14, Wadena-Deer Creek 18, Crookston 21, Mahnomen-Waubun 24.
Jazz: Detroit Lakes 5, Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 5, United Clay Becker 10, Pelican Rapids 12, Moorhead 15, Wadena-Deer Creek 18, Crookston 21, Mahnomen-Waubun 23.