• CHANHASSEN 4, BLAKE 3 (OT): Logan Wilkinson's goal at 1:48 of overtime provided the winning goal for the Storm. Only Blake's Christopher Chute managed more than one point -- a goal and an assist -- in the contest.
• LEGACY CHRISTIAN 7, NORTH BRANCH 0: Legacy Christian scored five goals in the second period in its victory over North Branch. Brock Thompson had a pair of goals and an assist, and Lucas Stauffeneker added a pair of assists. Goalie Brandon Cram stopped all 13 shots he faced to get the shutout.
• WARROAD 2, ST. CLOUD CATHEDRAL 1: Kobe Roth's goal at 8:04 of the third period was the game-winner for the Warriors. Mitchell Fritz accounted for Cathedral's lone goal, with Ben Smieja accounting for Warroad's other tally.
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