Prep roundup: Eden Prairie upsets No. 1 Minnetonka for Lake girls' hockey title

  • Updated: January 29, 2014 - 6:48 AM

Luke Sabal swam for Lakeville South on Tuesday night at Kenwood Trail Middle School in Lakeville.


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Eden Prairie upsets ’Tonka

• EDEN PRAIRIE 3, MINNETONKA 2: The Eagles, ranked No. 6 in Class 2A, opened a 3-0 lead in the first period and held on for the victory over the No. 1-ranked Skippers on Tuesday night. Minnetonka scored twice in the second period to pull within 3-2. Eden Prairie goalie Whitney Padgett had 33 saves as the Eagles clinched the Lake Conference title. Minnetonka outshot the Eagles 35-22. The Skippers beat the Eagles 2-1 in overtime on Jan. 11.

• WAYZATA 3, EDINA 2 (OT): Sophia Shaver’s goal at 1:21 of the overtime lifted the Trojans, ranked No. 7 in Class 2A, past the No. 3 Hornets. Edina had scored twice in the third period, including once on a power-play goal by Jackie Pieper with 40 seconds left, to tie the score at 2-2. Hannah Bangen had a goal and two assists for Wayzata.

• LAKEVILLE NORTH 3, BRECK 0: Heidi Winiecki had two goals and an assist and Abby Cooper made 27 saves to lead the Panthers, ranked No. 9 in Class 2A, past the Mustangs.


Burnsville shuts out Eagan

• BURNSVILLE 1, EAGAN 0: Zane Wagner’s goal with 5:06 remaining in the third period lifted the Blaze, ranked No. 5 in Class 2A, to the South Suburban Conference victory over the Wildcats. It was Wagner’s second goal of the season. Dyllan Lubbesmeyer had 30 saves in the shutout for the Blaze.

• LAKEVILLE NORTH 7, BLOOMINGTON JEFFERSON 1: Ian Klotz scored three goals to lead the Panthers, ranked No. 3 in Class 2A, over the Jaguars in the South Suburban. Klotz scored twice in a 32-second span in the third period for Lakeville North.


1-2 scoring punch leads CDH

• CRETIN-DERHAM HALL 95, WHITE BEAR LAKE 75: Sam Neumann scored 34 points and Joe Rosga 28 to lead the Raiders, ranked No. 8 in Class 4A, to their sixth consecutive victory. Tanner Hinck scored 27 for the Bears.

• APPLE VALLEY 104, LAKEVILLE SOUTH 61: Tyus Jones made a school-record nine three-pointers and scored 31 points to highlight the victory for the Eagles, the top-ranked team in Class 4A. Brock Bertram added 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Eagles.

• EDINA 71, WAYZATA 60: Freshman guard Walt McGrory scored 28 points to help the Hornets hold off the Trojans.

• HOPKINS 95, MINNETONKA 82: Sophomore Amir Coffey scored 24 points to lead the Royals, ranked No. 2 in Class 4A, past the No. 10 Skippers. Coffey was 9-for-9 on free throws as the Royals made 30 of 37 free throw attempts.

• LAKEVILLE NORTH 78, BLOOMINGTON KENNEDY 71: J.P. Macura, the leading scorer in the metro area, scored 35 points to help the Panthers, ranked No. 6 in Class 4A, defeat the Eagles. Dejon Davis scored 36 points to lead the Eagles.


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Chicago Cubs - WP: H. Rondon 5
Washington - LP: J. Zimmermann 2 FINAL
Philadelphia - WP: A. Burnett 6
Chicago WSox - LP: H. Noesi 4 FINAL
Cleveland - WP: C. Kluber 7
NY Yankees - LP: A. Warren 2 FINAL
Baltimore - WP: T. McFarland 3
Pittsburgh - LP: T. Watson 5 FINAL
Cincinnati - WP: C. Partch 6
Miami - LP: H. Alvarez 1 FINAL
NY Mets - WP: Z. Wheeler 7
Toronto - WP: A. Loup 8 FINAL
Tampa Bay - LP: G. Balfour 5
LA Angels - WP: G. Richards 3 FINAL
Texas - LP: N. Tepesch 0
St. Louis - WP: P. Neshek 7 FINAL
Milwaukee - LP: F. Rodriguez 6
Boston - WP: J. Lackey 8 FINAL
Houston - LP: S. Feldman 3
Detroit - WP: A. Sanchez 2 FINAL
Kansas City - LP: D. Duffy 1
Minnesota - LP: K. Johnson 2 FINAL
Colorado - WP: J. De La Rosa 6
San Diego - WP: J. Hahn 6 FINAL
Los Angeles - LP: D. Haren 3
Oakland - LP: J. Samardzija 2 FINAL
Seattle - WP: F. Hernandez 3
Arizona - LP: M. Bolsinger 0 FINAL
San Francisco - WP: T. Lincecum 5
San Jose 1
Winnipeg 34 FINAL
Montreal 33
Ottawa 11 FINAL
Edmonton 27
Calgary 5:30 PM
Brt Columbia 8:30 PM
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Toronto 7/18/14 6:00 PM
Hamilton 7/18/14 9:00 PM
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New York 54
Seattle 88 FINAL
San Antonio 67
Phoenix 72 FINAL
Chicago 66





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