Triston Tabucol beat Connor Hayden with a wrist shot off a rush with 3:36 left in overtime to give Hill Murray a 2-1 victory in overtime over Burnsville in boys’ high school hockey Thursday night.

Nick Mountain slid a loose puck under Hayden early in the third period to tie the score for the Class 2A, No. 7 Pioneers. Jace Trachsel got the Blaze on the board first with 5:07 left in the second period.

Buffalo 6, Hopkins 0: Tyler Braccini scored three goals and added an assist to lead the host Bison past the Royals. Nathan Mueller had 17 saves, Jake Braccini had one goal and two assists and Joe Carothers and Garrett Kothrade had one goal each for the Bison. Zach Hayes had 20 saves for the Royals.

St. Louis Park 3, St. Paul Academy 2: Avery Pittman broke a 2-2 tie with 1:22 left in the game to give the Orioles the victory over the host Spartans. McCabe Dvorak got the Orioles on the board first midway through the second period. Jack Wandmacher extended the Orioles lead 33 seconds into the third period. Will Rathmanner and Michael Bagnoli scored 1:16 apart to tie the score at 2. William Pinney stopped 27 shots for the Orioles and Thomas Kuriscak made 27 saves for the Spartans.

Girls’ hockey

Eastview 3, Apple Valley 2: Mikayla Kelley broke a 2-2 tie with 2:03 left in the game to give the Lightning the victory over the host Eagles. The Lightning held three separate one-goal leads. Nora Stepan got the Lightning on the board first at the 8:19 mark of the second period. Krista Martinson tied the score for the Eagles with 1:33 left in the period. Natalie Bordson put the Lightning back in front at the 9:38 mark of the third period. Grace Lankas tied the score for the Eagles 3:29 later. Amelia Julian stopped 25 shots for the Lightning and Keni Allen had 21 for the Eagles.

Burnsville 3, Farmington 0: Riley Pester stopped 38 shots to lead the Blaze past the host Tigers. Aubrey Nelvin scored two goals and Lyndsey Howard had one for the Blaze. Ryleigh Furlong made 27 saves for the Tigers.

Eagan 4, Shakopee 2: Emily Cronkhite scored her second goal of the game to break a 2-2 tie 4:35 into the third period to help the Wildcats defeat the host Sabers. Cronkhite tied the score at 2 on the power play with :37 left in the second period. Julia Barger got the Wildcats on the board 10:05 into the game. Makenzie Bachelor and Emily Roder scored 5:26 apart early in the second period to give the Sabers a 2-1 lead. Brooke Peplinski capped the scoring with 8:24 left in the game.

Wayzata 5, Sartell/Sauk Rapids 1: The Class 2A, No. 4 Trojans scored four goals in the second period to pull away from the visiting Storm’n Sabres. Sloane Matthews got the scoring started 1:57 into the second period. Abby Prodahl extended the lead for the Trojans :23 later. Gretchen Branton scored a pair of goals 4:07 apart to give the Trojans a 4-0 lead after two periods. Alexa Ocel capped the scoring for the Trojans 6:06 into the third period. Lauren Wensel got the Storm’n Sabres on the board with 5:42 left in the game. Madison Demarais stopped 36 shots for the Storm’n Sabres and Annika Lavender had 20 for the Trojans.

Blake 6, Blaine 3: Izzy Daniel had two goals and an assist to lead the Class 2A, No. 3 Bears past the visiting Bengals. Lily Delianedis had one and three assists, Bailey Abraham had one goal and one assist and Kylie Gage and Madison Tix scored one goal each for the Bears. Ramsey Parent had two goals, Peyton Parent had a goal and an assist and Hailey Hansen made 31 saves for the Bengals.

Boys’ basketball

Holy Family 90, Brooklyn Center 86 (OT): The Fire overcame an nine-point deficit at halftime to defeat the host Centaurs in overtime. Ryan Bowlin led the Fire with 34 points. Qentrell Douglas led the Centaurs with 21 points. Nick Hendler had 17 points, Jacob Konz had 12 and Jacob Zay had 10 for the Fire. Quayavant Douglas had 20 points, Kwon Johnson had 14 and Danny Yates, Roland Russ and Maxsamus Wilson had 10 for the Centaurs.

Lakeville South 66, Roseville 57: The Cougars overcame a seven-point halftime deficit to defeat the host Raiders. Reid Patterson scored 33 points to lead the Cougars and Riley Mahlman had 11. Camryn Walker led the Raiders with 14 points and John Briggs and Spencer Nath had 11 each.

Girls’ basketball

Roseville 50, Elk River 48: Kaylee Nelson scored 14 points to lead the Class 4A, No. 4 Raiders past the host Elks. Jada Hood scored 12 points for the Raiders. Johanna Langbehn and Lydia Haack led the Elks with 10 points each.

Orono 52, Blake 41: Julia Knudson scored 21 points to lead the Spartans past the visiting Bears. Elle Johnson had 12 points for the Spartans. Cate Moe led the Bears with 13 points and Rachel Winkey had 10.

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