• MINNETONKA 59, HOLY FAMILY 46: Joanna Hedstrom's game-high 20 points led the Skippers over the Fire. Hedstrom was the lone 'Tonka player to register in double figures, while Michaela Rasmussen and Emily Bauer each had 13 for Holy Family.
• MAPLE GROVE 72, OSSEO 60: Angie Davison won the battle of high scorers; her 31 points bested Janay Morton's 26 to propel the Crimson over the neighboring Orioles. Kaela Jones chipped in 11 points for the Crimson. Phillis Webb scored 16 for Osseo.
• CENTENNIAL 66, ARMSTRONG 57: Paige Waytashek and Katie Werth combined for 30 points as the Cougars thwarted the Falcons' attempt at a boys-girls sweep. Sam Zbaracki had a game-high 24 for Armstrong, Hana Sacic scored 13 and Lyrik Williams had 10 in the loss.
• ST. FRANCIS 55, FRIDLEY 33: Emily Larson led all scorers with 19 points in the Saints' 22-point victory. St. Francis led 25-10 at the break and never allowed Fridley back into the game. Samantha Martinson led all Fridley scorers with 10 points.
More from Star Tribune
More from Sports
Pat Dean was making his second big league start, pitching for a Twins team that had four road victories and was facing Seattle ace Felix Hernandez before a revved-up Mariners crowd of more than 40,000.
Four years ago, Pippa Mann was answering questions in Gasoline Alley about the record-tying four female drivers in the Indianapolis 500, and how it represented another step toward women one day winning at the Brickyard.
Pat Dean limited the Mariners to four hits over seven innings at Safeco Field, gave up only two runs to one of baseball's hottest lineups in the Twins' 7-2 victory.
Pat Dean had a night he'll never forget, outpitching Felix Hernandez, whose domination of the Twins has become routinely brilliant over the past few years
Michael Fulmer took his place in Detroit history with the best effort yet of his young career.