BASKETBALL • BOYS
Top-ranked Rebels hit century mark
• CHAMPLIN PARK 100, PARK CENTER 65: The Rebels, the top-ranked team in Class 4A, raced to a 65-31 halftime lead Friday night en route to their 16th consecutive victory. J.T. Gibson scored 18 points and Marty Hill and Theo John each added 17 points for the Rebels, who had six players score more than nine points. Amani Hooker scored 24 to lead the Pirates.
• APPLE VALLEY 92, SHAKOPEE 69: Brock Bertram had 20 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Eagles, ranked No. 2 in Class 4A, past the Sabers. Bertram, a 6-11 junior, was 10-for-14 from the field. Tre Jones contributed six points, seven rebounds, seven assists and three steals. Steffon Mitchell led Shakopee with 25 points and nine rebounds.
• ORONO 67, HOLY FAMILY 57: Cole Hennings scored 20 points and Sam Sustacek 19 as the Spartans, ranked No. 8 in Class 3A, defeated the Fire in Wright County Conference play. Patrick Codute contributed nine points, seven rebounds and seven assists for the Spartans. Justin Dahl scored 14 points to lead the Fire.
• ST. PAUL JOHNSON 70, ST. PAUL HARDING 35: Malik Jones scored 13 points to lead the balanced Governors, ranked No. 2 in Class 3A, over the Knights. Johnson led 44-15 at halftime.
• ANNANDALE 73, GLENCOE-SILVER LAKE 72 (OT): Brock Fobbe’s free throw with six seconds remaining lifted the Cardinals in Wright County play. Chase Knickerbocker scored 29 points to lead Annandale. Keaton Anderson scored 21 points for Glencoe-Silver Lake.
• MINNETONKA 96 WAYZATA 89: Amar Miller scored 22 points and Justin Moes scored 21 to help the Skippers, ranked No. 4 in Class 4A, outlast the Trojans. Johnny Beeninga scored 28 to lead Wayzata.
• DELASALLE 63; HOLY ANGELS 28: Sacar Anim scored 21 points to pace the Islanders, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, past the Stars.
• ROCKFORD 92, BELGRADE-BROOTEN-ELROSA 61: Ben Zilmer had 39 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks to fuel the Rockets’ victory. Zilmer was 15-for-20 from the field, including 5-for-6 from three-point range.
• NORTHFIELD 80, ROCHESTER MAYO 63: Luke Harris, a 6-9 junior, scored 16 points — surpassing 1,000 career points, to highlight the Raiders victory.
BASKETBALL • GIRLS
• MINNETONKA 77, WAYZATA 48: Courtney Frederickson had 22 points and 12 rebounds to lead the Skippers, ranked No. 2 in Class 4A, to a Lake Conference victory over the Trojans. Caroline Shelquist added 19 points for the Skippers, who led 46-22 at halftime.
• HOPKINS 62, EDEN PRAIRIE 45: The Royals, ranked No. 1 in Class 4A, beat Lake Conference rival Eden Prairie to give coach Brian Cosgriff his 401st career victory. Cosgriff, in his 16th season at Hopkins, has a career record of 401-59 — 13-1 this season.
• PARK CENTER 61, CHAMPLIN PARK 48: Mikayla Hayes (22 points) and Hannah Schaub (16 points) combined to lead the Pirates, ranked No. 2 in Class 3A, past the Rebels.
• ORONO 79, HOLY FAMILY 50: The Spartans, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, coasted past the Fire in Wright County play. Kiera Nelson scored 12 points to lead the Spartans, who raced to a 44-18 halftime lead. Kendall Thompson scored 16 points for the Fire.
• ST. PAUL COMO PARK 79, ST. CROIX PREP 46: Andrayah Adams scored 35 points — surpassing 2,000 for her career — as the Cougars won a nonconference game. Adams has 2,004 career points.
HOCKEY • BOYS
• HERMANTOWN 5, DULUTH MARSHALL 2: Cole Koepke scored two goals to lead Hawks, ranked No. 1 in Class 1A, past the No. 2 Hilltoppers.
HOCKEY • GIRLS
• HILL-MURRAY 8, TARTAN 0: Jess Bonfe and Jac Kaasa each had two goals and two assists to lead the Pioneers, ranked No. 4 in Class 2A, to the Metro East victory.
• HASTINGS SWEEPS WELCH INVITE: Hastings won the boys’ and girls’ team titles at the Welch Invitational at Welch Village Ski Area. In the boys meet, Hastings and La Crosse (Wis.) Central/Logan each had 505 points, but Hastings won the tiebreaker. Tommy Anderson of Eagan/Eastview, which finished third with 453 points, was the medalist with a time of 57.87 seconds. In the girls’ event, Hastings’ 497 points edged Mahtomedi’s 485. Kate Hanson of Rochester was the medalist with a time of 1:03.67. In all, 31 teams and 209 skiers competed.