• PARK CENTER 72, ST. ANTHONY 51: The Pirates had four scorers in double digits, led by Cayla McMorris' game-high 22 points, in a victory over the Huskies. Jenna Goldsmith had 20 points for St. Anthony.
• PARK OF COTTAGE GROVE 66, HASTINGS 23: Larissa Lurken became the leading scorer in Wolfpack history with 22 points in the game, surpassing Ashley Smith's record of 1,533 points.
• PRIOR LAKE 58, BLOOMINGTON JEFFERSON 49: Alex Collins and Shaye Barton each had 15 points as the Lakers defeated the Jaguars. Deanna Busse added 12 points for the Lakers, while the Jaguars were led by Brooke Fritzlar's 16 points.
• MAPLE GROVE 60, WAYZATA 50: The Crimson outscored the Trojans 37-22 in the second half, overcoming a five-point halftime deficit. Julie Hagert, Angie Davison and Kaela Jones combined for 44 of the Crimson's 60 points, while Reilly Johnson's game-high 18 points paced the Trojans.
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