Prep roundup: Hill-Murray beats Simley in girls' basketball in 3 OTs

  • Updated: March 8, 2013 - 7:16 AM

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

Hill-Murray survives Simley in three overtimes

CLASS 3A

SECTION 4 • CHAMPIONSHIP

• HILL-MURRAY 44, SIMLEY 40 (3 OT): Big blocks and clutch three-pointers kept the score see-sawing in Edina, but second-seeded Hill-Murray outlasted top-seeded Simley in three overtimes Thursday. Olivia Graskewicz paved the way for the Pioneers, scoring 11 points. Simley’s Abby Kain led all scorers with 12 points in the loss.

SECTION 7 • CHAMPIONSHIP

• CHISAGO LAKES 64, GRAND RAPIDS 45: Grand Rapids launched a rally to open the second half, but Chisago Lakes sophomore Sarah Greene stopped the rally in its tracks by scoring nine consecutive points as the Wildcats beat the Thundercats in the section final for the second year in a row. Greene finished with 15 points for the Wildcats, while Bryanna Fernstrom led all scorers with 21 points.

CLASS 4A

SECTION 4 • CHAMPIONSHIP

• ST. PAUL CENTRAL 58, WOODBURY 47: Sade Chatman scored 19 points and the Minutemen visited the free-throw line 21 times against the Royals, scoring 15 points. Woodbury went 4-for-8 at the foul line. Kristina White and Courtney Schiffler each scored 11 points for Woodbury.

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

St. Anthony beats buzzer, topples Columbia Heights

CLASS 3A

SECTION 3 • QUARTERFINALS

• ST. ANTHONY 58, COLUMBIA HEIGHTS 57: Mitch Milliren hit a buzzer-beater as seventh-seeded St. Anthony defeated second-seeded Columbia Heights. Only four players scored for the Huskies, who led 29-19 at halftime. Mike Studer led the way for St. Anthony by scoring 20 points. Deon Sanstad scored 18 points for the Hylanders.

CLASS 4A

SECTION 5 • QUARTERFINALS

• COOPER 78, MAPLE GROVE 67: With Gophers coach Tubby Smith watching from the bleachers, coveted national recruit Rashad Vaughn scored 28 points and grabbed nine rebounds, while Lavar McCullough added 20 points in the fifth-seeded Hawks’ victory over fourth-seeded Maple Grove. Erik Olson scored 33 points for the Crimson.

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