Blake defeated Breck 3-2 on Friday night on the road in a matchup of state powers in girls’ hockey. The Bears are the top-ranked team in Class 2A, the Mustangs are No. 2 in Class 1A.
Breck (11-5) got out to a 2-0 lead after the first period on goals from Olivia Mobley and Carly Beniek.
Georgia Pettygrove started the comeback for Blake (15-1) with her goal early in the second period.
With less than four minutes to play, the Bears’ Izzy Daniel tied the game with a power-play goal, assisted by Adelaide Burton and Madeline Wethington, a senior forward who has committed to Cornell.
Burton then scored the game-winner with 2:02 remaining with the set up coming from Lily Delianedis and Daniel.
The Mustangs outshot the Bears 10-5 in the first period to get the lead. In the remaining periods, Breck was outshot 36-12.
Marshall 5, Minnesota River 2: Sydney Mauch had a hat trick to lead the Tigers, scoring in each period. Leah Schaefer and Emelia Barker also scored.
Eastview 2, Eagan 1: After getting shutout 7-0 by the Wildcats on Dec. 11, the Lightning evened the season series with their rival. Zach Anderson scored the game-winner with less than seven minutes to play. It was his second goal of the game. Nick Sherek scored for Eagan. In goal, Bennett Weestrand made 37 saves for Eastview.
Waconia 3, New Prague 2 (OT): Eli Bruellman scored the game-winning, power-play goal for the Wildcats. Waconia had a 2-0 lead after the first period thanks to goals from Zac Holm and Ayden Rakos. Xavier Emerson scored the Trojans first goal in the second period. With less than 24 seconds to play in regulation, Drew Picka scored the game tying goal off an assist from Grant Yackly.
Park Center 80, Centennial 53: Tommy Chatman scored 21 points, 19 of them in the second half, to boost the Pirates over the Cougars. Park Center, ranked No. 1 in Class 4A, remains undefeated at 9-0. Detavius Frierson added 17 for Park Center. Carter Anderson scored 19 for Centennial.
Totino-Grace 66, Spring Lake Park 65: With seven seconds remaining, Eric Krieger took the inbound pass for the Eagles, drove down the court and made the game winning three-pointer with half of a second left. He finished with 12 points. Riley Burger had a game-high 18 for Totino-Grace. Gabe Myren and Jacob Say both had 15 for the Panthers.
Osseo 58, Irondale 56: With his team trailing by one, Cornell Richardson made a buzzer-beating three-pointer to lift the Orioles over the Knights. He had 20 points. Aden Price had 19 for Irondale.
Mounds Park Academy 50, Minneapolis Roosevelt 49: Kaija Kunze-Hoeg won the game with less than a second to go with a free throw. The freshman finished with a game-high 20 points. Caroline Hudock added 18 for the Panthers.
Shakopee 58, Burnsville 57: Isabell West made the game-winning shot on a baseline drive for the Sabers. Jaley Coplin and Kelley Brennan led Shakopee with 16 and 14 points, respectively. Paige Servais had 16 points for the Blaze.
Blaine 49, Andover 46: Sydney White scored a game-high 23 points for the Huskies, but it wasn’t enough as the Bengals came back from a 15-point halftime deficit. Anna Garfield led Blaine with 13 points and Kayla Bohr had 12.