BOYS' HOCKEYRed Wing beats hot goalie
• RED WING 3, CHANHASSEN 2: Anthony Kimmes' goal at 2:08 of the third period proved to be the winner as the Wingers defeated the Storm on Tuesday night. The score was 2-2 going into the third period. Storm goaltender Harlin Paradise stopped 48 shots.
• DELANO 4, ORONO 3 (OT): Adam McLain scored at 3:55 of overtime, lifting the Tigers over the Spartans. The Tigers' other goals were scored by Mike Krueger, Justin Oja and Eric Ylitalo. Gavin Payne scored two goals and assisted on the Spartans' other tally.
• MONTICELLO 5, CAMBRIDGE-ISANTI 4: Colton Jones and Mason Vetsch had a goal and an assist apiece as Monticello defeated the Bluejackets. Jacob Sibell made 31 saves for Cambridge-Isanti.
ALPINE SKIINGState champion skiing well
• BOYS' SECTION 6 MEET: Eden Prairie's Jack Post took top honors in the Section 6 meet at Buck Hill in Burnsville. Post, a senior, won the state championship last year after now-teammate Bjorn Halverson disqualified himself and relinquished his medal. Edina finished second in the team results and also advanced to the state meet along with the Eagles.
• GIRLS' SECTION 6 MEET: Led by sisters Isabelle and Annalise Iwen, Bloomington Jefferson won Section 6 meet. The Iwens were the top two skiers for their team. Isabelle finished 22nd in last year's state meet. Mankato West was the runner-up in this meet and also advanced to the state meet.
BOYS' BASKETBALLOberfeld's 20 leads Eastview
• EASTVIEW 68, ROSEMOUNT 64: Ben Oberfeld led all scorers with 20 points as the Lightning defeated the Irish. Mark Dwyer, Joe Schlosser and T.J. Sinn were the other Eastview scorers in double figures, while the Irish were led by 17 points from Garret Goetz.
• MINNESOTA TRANSITIONS 80, CRISTO REY JESUIT 58: Willie Parrish led all scorers with 35 points, 21 on seven three-pointers, to help Transitions defeat Cristo Rey Jesuit. Parrish also had seven steals. Davonte Smith led Cristo Rey with 19 points.
• ARMSTRONG 68, MAPLE GROVE 64: James Morris and Mitchell Biewen scored 12 points apiece as the Falcons used a balanced scoring attack to defeat the Crimson. Eight different Falcons scored. The Crimson fared similarly, with Brycen Wojta and Jake Wieneke each scoring 12 points and seven Crimson getting more than five points.
• BLOOMINGTON JEFFERSON 69, LAKEVILLE SOUTH 58: Jacob Bodway scored 19 points and Thomas Gathje added 14 as the Jaguars edged the Cougars. Jordan Johnson scord21 and Corey Larson 20 for Lakeville South.
• ANDOVER 59, COON RAPIDS 35: Connor Wilkie had 24 points, and teammates Kyle Kettler and Jake McNallan scored 10 apiece as the Huskies defeated the Cardinals.
GIRLS' BASKETBALLHill-Murray edges Tartan
• HILL-MURRAY 53, TARTAN 52: Tessa Doolittle led the Pioneers with 14 points, and Olivia Graskewicz chipped in with 12 as Hill-Murray overcame a 31-point outburst by the Titans' Tia Elbert. Tartan had trouble at the free-throw line, sinking only 12 of 23 attempts.
• BLOOMINGTON KENNEDY 70, PRIOR LAKE 39: Jasmyn Martin led all scorers with 15 points as the Eagles defeated the Lakers. Jade Martin scored 13 points for Kennedy, and added six assists, six steals and five rebounds, while teammate Tonoia Wade followed closely behind with a 12-6-5-4 line. Deanna Busse led the Lakers with 15 points.
• ANDOVER 49, COON RAPIDS 48: Haydn Becker, Olivia Graham and McKenzie Becker combined for 32 of the Huskies' 49 points in a victory over the Cardinals. Shayla Huffman led all scorers with 14 points for Coon Rapids, while teammate Tashyna Jones had 12.
• OSSEO 74, PARK CENTER 61: The Orioles turned on the jets after taking a one-point lead at half, cruising to a double-digit victory behind 28 points from Janay Morton. Morton led four Orioles scorers in double figures, while Cayla McMorris paced the Pirates with 18 points.
• COLUMBIA HEIGHTS 52, FRIDLEY 47: Sewa Ifonlaja led all scorers with 18 points as the Hylanders turned a three-point halftime deficit into a five-point victory. Suzanne Gilreath and Samantha Martinson each scored 10 points for the Tigers.
• CAMBRIDGE-ISANTI 83, BIG LAKE 63: The story of the night for the Bluejackets was Brigette Audette's record-breaking game. She scored 22 points to increase her career total to 1,427, breaking the previous school record of Kim Bottem (1,418). Teammate Brynn Liljander reached a career milestone as well. Her game-high 28 points pushed her past 1,000 points.