Girls' basketball section championship roundup: Anoka upset Forest Lake in OT

  • Updated: March 9, 2013 - 12:29 AM


CLASS 4A
SECTION 7 • CHAMPIONSHIP
• ANOKA 64, FOREST LAKE 60 (OT): Claire Lundberg scored 30 points as the No. 2 seed Tornadoes upset the top-seeded Rangers. Abby Torgerson added 18 points. The Rangers were paced by a three-headed scoring attack; Anna Eckert had 19 points, and Bailey Norby and Hanna Vidlund 13 each.

SECTION 8 • CHAMPIONSHIP
• ST. MICHAEL-ALBERTVILLE 68, ELK RIVER 59: Erin Autio had 13 points and teammates Natalie Van Wyhe and Sydney Tracey 12 apiece as the Knights defeated the Elks. Elk River also had three players in double figures — Abi Scheid with 16 points, Molli Detloff with 14 and Shelby Gracik with 12 — but its bench was outscored 27-5.

CLASS 3A
SECTION 5 • CHAMPIONSHIP
• MONTICELLO 49, DASSEL-COKATO 33: Gabby Laimer’s 19 points more than doubled the scoring of any other player as the top-seeded Magic defeated the No. 2 Chargers. Andi Gayner led Dassel-Cokato with nine points.

CLASS 2A
SECTION 4 • CHAMPIONSHIP
• MINNEAPOLIS WASHBURN 59, MINNEHAHA ACADEMY 52: Natalie Holdahl scored 20 points and Chase Coley 15 for the top-seeded Milles. Sarah Kaminski had 26 points for second-seeded Red Hawks.

SECTION 5 • CHAMPIONSHIP
• PROVIDENCE ACADEMY 49, HOWARD LAKE-WAVERLY WINSTED 38: Nathalie Ratliff led the Lions with 15 points, as No. 2 Providence overcame a seven-point halftime deficit to defeat the fourth-seeded Lakers. Ashley Borland added 14 points and Leah Szabla 12 for the Lions. Mackenzie Uter led the Lakers with 15 points.

CLASS 1A
SECTION 4 • CHAMPIONSHIP
• MARANATHA 73, LEGACY CHRISTIAN 24: Four Mustangs scored in double figures — led by Madison Lee’s 17 — as the Maranatha routed the Saints. Maranatha’s defense held Legacy to six points in the second half.

 

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