• SECTION 2: Seventh-seeded Blake upset second seed Mound Westonka 6-4 thanks to sophomore Mark Lyman's hat trick in the opening period. He added a power-play goal in the game's final minutes. The Bears outshot the White Hawks 34-18. Mound Westonka had six players suspended for the game because of an "incident in the cafeteria" at school on Friday. ... Thomas Lindstrom scored a pure hat trick in the first period of Breck's 6-1 quarterfinal victory over Waconia. He finished with four goals. Waconia only got ten shots off, and couldn't take advantage of two power play chances.
• SECTION 4: Jack Becker's late goal broke a 1-1 tie and gave second-seeded Mahtomedi a 3-1 quarterfinal victory over seventh-seeded South St. Paul. Becker finished with two goals. The Packers' Grant Amelse stopped 34 shots. ... Third-seeded Totino-Grace relied on two late goals from Derek Lodermeier to push it to a 4-2 victory over sixth-seeded Spring Lake Park. Lodermeier finished with three goals. The Eagles shot twice as often as the Panthers, and killed four of Spring Lake Park's five power play opportunities.
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