• DULUTH EAST 4, LAKEVILLE SOUTH 2: Jack Forbort had a hat trick for the Class 2A, No. 3-ranked Greyhounds on Thursday night against host Panthers, leading Duluth East to its 17th victory of the season. Lakeville South's Drew Byers scored off a faceoff in the second period to tie the score at 2-2, but the Panthers didn't have an answer for Forbort's puck- handling skills.
• CHANHASSEN 1, CHASKA 0 (OT): A combined 68 shots were taken in Chanhassen's rink, but a goal wasn't scored until the 56th minute. Jake Bever tallied the game-winner for the Storm. Chanhassen's Harlin Paradise had 34 saves for the shutout.
• ANDOVER 5, CHAMPLIN PARK 3: The Huskies scored all five of their goals in the final period to stomp out Champlin Park's early lead and give their home crowd a victory. Nick Manney and Jared McComber both scored twice for Andover in the third period. Calvin Spencer scored two goals for the Rebels and Luke Dalman had three assists.
• HOPKINS 5, BRECK 1: Four second-period goals from the Class 2A, No. 7-ranked Royals were more than enough to top the Class 1A, No. 5 Mustangs. Nina Rodgers had Hopkins' first two goals, both on power plays, and Rachael St. Clair assisted on the next three as the Royals improved their record to 17-6-2.
BOYS' BASKETBALLLate three-point play gives Lakeville North victory
• LAKEVILLE NORTH 71, EASTVIEW 67: Senior guard Grant Erickson's three-point play in the game's waning seconds broke a tie and gave the Panthers a lead they wouldn't surrender. Eastview's Ben Oberfeld tallied 32 points to fuel his team's second-half surge, but Lakeville North held on for the victory over their South Suburban opponent.
• OWATONNA 49, EAGAN 46: Foul trouble and missed free throws doomed Eagan in a road game at Owatonna. The Wildcats held a late lead, but the Huskies (9-7) came through in the clutch. Colton Schock scored 14 points for Owatonna. Eagan's Michael Gorder led all scorers with 16.
• CENTENNIAL 63, PARK CENTER 56: The Class 4A, No. 9-ranked Cougars held off the visiting Pirates in a high-scoring game that saw nine different Centennial players score. Cayla McMorris scored 25 for Park Center, but Centennial rode its slim halftime lead to a solid victory to stay on top of the Northwest Suburban Conference.
• MINNEAPOLIS SOUTHWEST 83, MINNEAPOLIS NORTH 58: Junior Naja Woods scored the 1,000th point of her career for Southwest, helping the Lakers soundly defeat North and move up in the Minneapolis City Conference race. Kiear Hunter scored 39 of North's 58 points.