The Forest Lake boys’ hockey team beat Duluth East 1-0 in a Class 2A, Section 7 quarterfinal game on Tuesday at Forest Lake Sports Center.

After a scoreless first two periods, sophomore defenseman Matthew Linder scored at 5 minutes, 8 seconds of the third period.

Goaltender Casey Save had 32 saves for the shutout.

In the other Section 7 quarterfinals:

• Grand Rapids scored three second-period goals to beat Anoka 4-0. Maccrea Murphy scored on a power play 13:59 into the first period. The Thunderhawks extended their lead on goals by Easton Young, Hayden Demars and Hunter Bischoff in the second period.

• Senior Nate Bauer scored four goals to lead Andover in a 9-0 shutout over Duluth Marshall. Bauer scored three goals in a span of 6:22 in the first period. He added an insurance goal 4:23 into the third.

Class 2A

Section 8 quarterfinals: Sophomore forward August Falloon had a hat trick to lead St. Cloud Tech/Apollo over Rogers 6-3. St. Cloud jumped to a 2-0 lead on a pair of goals from Falloon. He added an insurance goal in the third period. Teammate Blake Keller scored two goals, including on an empty-netter in the third period. Jack Peluf, Cal Levis and Miken Miller had one goal each for the Royals.

Junior forward Zach Miller scored two goals to lead St. Michael-Albertville over Buffalo 6-2. Luc Laylin scored first for the Knights, 11:05 into the first period, and Miller extended their lead to 2-0 on a goal 3:16 later. The Knights took a 4-2 lead in the second period after Adam Flammang and Miller scored 50 seconds apart. Flammang and teammate Cody Kelly scored in the third period. The Bison were led by Jake Braccini and Turner Marr, who scored in the second period.

Class 1A

Section 2 first round: Forward Jeremiah Konkel scored two goals to help Southwest Christian/Richfield to a 4-1 victory over Waconia. Konkel tied the game 1-all in the first period with a shorthanded goal and had an insurance goal late in the third period. Jackson Olimb scored in the second period to put the Stars up 2-1, while Nic Gustafson extended their lead to 3-1 with two minutes left in the third.

Senior forward Craig Herman’s overtime goal — his third of the game — gave Bloomington Kennedy a 4-3 victory over Providence Academy 4-3.

Section 4 first round: Jake Hosszu and Michael Bagnoli scored two goals each to lead St. Paul Academy past St. Paul Highland Park 6-1. Sam Bell put the Scots on the board first 7:36 into the first period. St. Paul Academy’s Quinn Appert tied the game 17 seconds later. The Spartans took a 4-1 lead on a pair of goals by Bagnoli and one by Hosszu. The Spartans extended their lead to 6-1 on goals by Hosszu and Henry Karelitz.

Section 5 first round: Dylan Cook had three goals and three assists to lead the host Tigers to a 15-1 win over Moose Lake Area. The junior forward had a hat trick in the first period, including a pair of goals 19 seconds apart. Senior forwards Jack Southard and Cole Kockelman also each had hat tricks for the Tigers. Jordan Fjosne had the lone goal for the Rebels.


Boys’ basketball

Maple Grove 82, Park Center 80: Lovell Williams made a three-pointer with less than five seconds left to lead the Crimson past the Class 4A, No. 7-ranked Pirates. Williams had a game-high 22 points. Caden Boettcher and RaShaun Parker each had 15 points. The Pirates were led by Dain Dainja, who scored 32 points. Joshua Brown had 22 points and David Ijadimbola 14.

Prior Lake 87, Eastview 81: Dawson Garcia scored 34 points to lead the host Lakers past the Class 4A, No. 2 Lightning. Dylan Blair added 20 points and Tommy Mestnik had 14. Senior Steven Crowl led the Lightning with 28 points. Tate Machacek had 17 points and Zach Spann 12.

Lakeville North 42, Shakopee 39: The Panthers overcame a seven-point halftime deficit to beat the Class 4A, No. 4 Sabers. Senior forward Noah Frechette had 17 points for the Panthers. Charlie Katona led the Sabers with 15 points.

East Ridge 63, Mounds View 53: Senior forward Ben Carlson scored 32 points to lead the Raptors to a home victory over the Mustangs. Brody Kriesel added 14 points. Evan Kim led the Mustangs with 16 points and John Montgomery had 11.

Girls’ basketball

Hopkins 93, St. Michael-Albertville 81: Sophomore forward Maya Nnaji scored 30 points to lead the Class 4A, No. 1 Royals past the No. 7 Knights. Teammate Paige Beuckers added 20 points. KK Adams had 13 and Amaya Battle had 11. Senior guard Mackenzie Kramer led the Knights with 26 points. Tessa Johnson and Piper Carlson had 20 points each, and Lily Tennyson had 11.

Wayzata 61, Minnetonka 40: The Class 4A, No. 3 Trojans had four players score in double digits, including Anni Stewart with 21 points, in a victory over the visiting Skippers. Mara Braun had 14 points, Abby Krzewinski 12 and Alivia Arnebeck 10. Sophie Haydon led the Skippers with 12 points.

Lakeville North 68, Shakopee 61: The Panthers made a 11-4 run with four minutes remaining to beat the visiting Sabers in the South Suburban. Lauren Jensen had a game-high 28 points and Sarah Kuma had 21. The Sabers were led by Delaney Jossart with 14 points. Paige Broze had 11, while Natalie Holte and Maya Mitchell each had 10.


Girls’ basketball: Cousins Shaily Hakamaki and Taya Hakamaki each surpassed 2,000 points for their careers in Cromwell-Wright’s 62-29 victory over South Ridge on Monday. Taya scored 23 points and Shaily scored 22 to make them what is believed to be the first pair of teammates to reach the milestone in the same game. It was the eighth consecutive victory for Cromwell-Wright (22-2), ranked No. 2 in Class 1A.