Edina scored five unanswered goals to defeat Cretin-Derham Hall 7-3 in boys’ hockey on Friday at Braemar Arena.

The teams combined to score six goals in the first nine minutes of the game. Mason Nevers got the scoring started 30 seconds into the game for the Hornets. Jack Nei responded less than a minute later for the Raiders. The Raiders took the lead 1:03 later on a goal by Ryne Mohrman.

Liam Malmquist scored the first of his three goals to tie the game at 2-2 4:34 in for the Hornets. Chuck Altier put the Raiders back in front with a goal 1:10 later. Jett Jungels scored to erase another one-goal deficit for the Eagles 8:56 into the game.

Malmquist put the Hornets ahead for good 47 seconds into the second period. Nevers scored his second goal of the game with 4:34 left in the middle period. Grant Morton gave the Hornets a three-goal lead 2:25 into the third period. Malmquist completed his hat trick with 1:44 left.

The final 3:04 of the game was moved from the west rink to the east rink at Braemar Arena after two panes of glass broke. The first pane broke after Jungels was checked on a blindside hit. He flipped and kicked the glass. While that pane was being replaced, the one next it broke, causing a lengthy delay and eventual relocation to the second ice sheet in the arena.

 

Rogers 1, Hopkins 1 (OT): Henry Sweeney scored with 1:02 left in regulation for host Hopkins to send the game to overtime. Dylan Timm got the scoring started for Rogers 9:55 into the game. Nathaniel Johnston stopped 23 shots for Rogers, and Ethan Myers made 20 saves for Hopkins.

 

Girls’ hockey

Forest Lake 3, Cretin-Derham Hall 0: The Class 2A, No. 4 Rangers scored three goals in the third period to pull away from the host Raiders. Samantha Boerboom broke the scoreless tie 3:36 into the third for the Rangers. Rachel Golnitz extended the lead to 2-0 with a goal 5:14 later. Brieja Parent capped the scoring for the Rangers with 2:37 left in the game.

 

Boys’ basketball

Coon Rapids 62, Blaine 59: The Cardinals overcame a 13-point halftime deficit to defeat the visiting Bengals. David Osayameh led the Cardinals with 20 points and Reese Mahn had 10. Lucas Larson led the Bengals with 15 points, Tony Strand and Jason Kaul had 12 points each and Patrick Perrault had 10.

Wayzata 61, Chaska 54: The Class 4A, No. 9 Trojans built a seven-point lead at halftime and held off the host Class 4A, No. 6 Hawks in the second half. Luke Paulson led the Trojans with 20 points, Jacob Beeninga had 12 and Kody Williams and Camden Heide had 10 each. Cole Nicholson scored 14 points to lead the Hawks, Zach Lea had 12 and Spencer Goetz had 10.

St. Anthony 66, Bloomington Kennedy 59: The Huskies overcame a six-point halftime deficit to defeat the visiting Eagles. Tait Nelson led the Huskies with 22 points and Derek Hergenrader had 16. Laronte Mormont led the Eagles with 16 points, Jaylen Williams had 13 and Tyvan Klinger had 10.

East Ridge 80, Lakeville South 39: The Class 4A, No. 5 Raptors finished the first half on a 34-6 run to pull away from the visiting Cougars. Courtney Brown scored nine points to become the all-time leading scorer in East Ridge history. Ben Carlson led the Raptors with 20 points, Kendall Brown had 15 and Zach Zebrowski had 12. Joe Bachinski led the Cougars with 12 points.

Anoka 71, Andover 69: The Tornadoes built a seven-point halftime lead and held off a second-half rally by the visiting Huskies. Joey Lomard led the Tornadoes with 31 points and Mac Wieczorek had 12. Shandon Schannauer led the Huskies with 15 points, Jake Mallet had 12, Brady Garcia had 11 and Nolan Foy had 10.

Hill-Murray 75, Chisago Lakes 73: The Pioneers overcame a three-point deficit to defeat the visiting Wildcats. Kenny Larmie led the Pioneers with 21 points, Mitch Gutknecht had 13 and Anthony Moore had 10. Andrew Koehler led the Wildcats with 22 points, Will Tinjum had 19, Seth Thompson had 14 and Alex Paulsen had 13.

Concordia Academy 54, Mayer Lutheran 52: Barnabas Preble scored 19 points to lead the Beacons past the host Crusaders. Essay Hagos had 11 points for the Beacons. Baden Noennig led the Crusaders with 16 points and Zander Flucas had 13.

 

Girls’ basketball

Hopkins 80, St. Michael-Albertville 70: Paige Bueckers scored 30 points to lead the Class 4A, No. 1 Royals past the visiting Class 4A, No. 5 Knights. The Royals took a six-point lead into halftime and pulled away from the Knights in the second half. Kenzie Kramer surpassed the 1,000-point plateau and had a team-high 22 points for the Knights. Dlayla Chakolis had 19 points and Amaya Battle and Kayhla Adams had 10 each for the Royals. Kae Christian had 19 points and Tessa Johnson and Vanessa Alexander had 10 each for the Knights. Hopkins head coach Brian Cosgriff missed the game because of illness.

Henry Sibley 55, Eagan 48: The Warriors overcame a four-point halftime deficit to defeat the visiting Wildcats. Tori Nelson scored 16 points to lead the Warriors and Jaylen Rosga had 10. Hanna Lamkin scored 13 points to lead the Wildcats.

Blaine 52, Coon Rapids 49: The Bengals overcame a six-point halftime deficit to defeat the visiting Cardinals. Emily Baurr scored nine points to lead the Bengals. Lexi West scored 15 points to lead the Cardinals.

Alpine skiing

Wild Mountain Invitational: Becca Divine won the individual race with a time of 1:03.64 to lead Eden Prairie to the team title at Wild Mountain in Taylors Falls. Hastings won the boys’ team title, despite not having an individual in the top three. Kaarl Damberg won the boys’ individual title with a time of 59.03. Rachel Tanner of Minneapolis Southwest and Kate Nelson of Mankato West finished second and third, respectively, in the girls’ race. Luke Conway of Minneapolis Washburn and Parker Smith of Stillwater finished second and third, respectively, in the boys’ race.