BOYS' BASKetBALLChambers sparks Hopkins to victory over Eden Prairie
HOPKINS 83, EDEN PRAIRIE 70: Kamali Chambers led all scorers with 18 points, pacing the Royals over the Eagles. The Royals had four other scorers in double figures, too. The Eagles were led by Jack Cottrell's 16 points.
OSSEO 89, WAYZATA 76: Bridge Tusler had 32 points and Ian Theisen 29 more as the Orioles defeated the Trojans. Wayzata was paced by Bradley Carlson's 27 points and Zach Robertson's 19.
BETHANY ACADEMY 53, CRISTO REY JESUIT 52: The Eagles nearly allowed an 11-point halftime lead wither away before prevailing by one point. Bethany's Sam Hagen led all scorers with 26 points, while Cristo Rey was paced by Davonte Smith's 24.
ARMSTRONG 62, ELK RIVER 51: The Falcons had balanced scoring as Mitchell Biewen, Nick O'Hara, James Morris and Matt Weisberg were in double figures. Porter Morrell had 16 points and Bryan Edwards 13 for the Elks.
MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH 49, MINNEAPOLIS HENRY 39: Payton Bowdry had 14 points and Alejandro Richardson 13 as the Tigers defeated the Patriots. Jamar Boone had a game-high 16 points for Henry.
CHAMPLIN PARK 82, BLAINE 65: The Rebels boasted four scorers in double figures, led by Zach Johnson's 20 points. Trevor Garrison added 16 points and five rebounds. The Bengals had four players in double figures, led by Justin Mbanfo's 14 points.
EDINA 68, MINNETONKA 54: Graham Woodward paced the Hornets with 21 points in a victory over the Skippers. Ben Boone, Mark Handberg and Reggie Lynch added 11 points apiece, as Edina continues to play better with victories over Wayzata and Hopkins in recent weeks. Lynch also had 12 rebounds for a double-double. Riley Dearring had 24 points for the Skippers.
SHAKOPEE 72, CHASKA 66: The Sabers trailed at halftime 42-30 before their second-half comeback. John Burlager was at the forefront of the rally, scoring 25 points. Jacob Hansen had 22 points for the Chaska.
GIRLS' BASKetBALLSisters rally No. 6 Minnetonka past visiting No. 5 Edina
MINNETONKA 49, EDINA 43: The Skippers did their best to unravel a tight Lake Conference, stopping Class 4A, No. 5 Edina on its home court. The No. 6 Skippers trailed in the second half before ninth-grader Hannah Hedstrom's late buckets and older sister Joanna's 18 points rallied Minnetonka for the road victory. MC McGrory scored 19 points for Edina.
WHITE BEAR LAKE 60, CRETIN-DERHAM HALL 52: The Bears jumped out to an early lead and spread the offense around to best its Suburban East foe. The Bears made five three- pointers. Freshman guard Alison Hinck led White Bear Lake with 13 points. Jordyn Alt scored 16 points for the Raiders.
COOPER 48, BENILDE-ST. MARGARET'S 42: The Hawks improved their conference record to 15-0, clinching the North Suburban Conference title with a road victory. Chelsey McGee scored 15 for Cooper, Talayiah Rich 13. Junior Grace Coughlin led the Red Knights with 17 points.
MINNEAPOLIS WASHBURN 62, MINNEAPOLIS ROOSEVELT 59: The Millers held off a late-game surge from the visiting Teddies to improve to 10-0 in Minneapolis City Conference. Chase Coley had 20 points for Washburn. Roosevelt's Tyaneka Cage scorers with 25 points.
BOYS' hockeyElk River scores four times in final period to handle Andover
ELK RIVER 4, ANDOVER 1: The Elks scored four unanswered goals in the third period to defeat the Huskies in Class 2A, Section 7 quarterfinal play. Jacob Jaremko scored two goals, Grant Bunker and Andrew Zerban one apiece. Wyatt Ege added a pair of assists. Tyler Tomberlin scored the Huskies' lone goal.