Emily Oden scored a power-play goal 22 seconds into overtime to lift visiting Class 2A, No. 2 Edina past Class 1A, No. 2 Breck 5-4 on Tuesday night.

Grace Bowlby forced overtime by scoring with 1:30 left in the third period for the Hornets.

Grace Zumwinkle scored three goals to helped the Mustangs build a 4-1 lead by the midway point of the second period. Olivia Mobley had a goal and two assists for the Mustangs.

Mallory Uihlein’s power-play goal started the Hornets’ comeback with 37 seconds left in the second period. Sophie Slattery got the Hornets to within a goal 21 seconds later. C.C. Bowlby had a goal and three assists for the Hornets, and Lolita Fidler had three assists.

South St. Paul 3, St. Paul United 2: Kaity McKenzie stopped 34 shots to lead the Class 1A, No. 15 Packers past host Class 1A, No. 3 St. Paul United. Makena Burke scored two goals, including the eventual game-winner at the 7-minute mark of the third period, for the Packers. Bauston Lenarz gave the Packers a 2-0 lead in the first period. Samantha Burke and Joie Phelps scored for St. Paul United.

Eastview 3, Lakeville North 1: Natalie Snodgrass scored two goals to lead the Class 2A, No. 15 Lightning past the visiting Class 2A, No. 17 Panthers. Maggie Flaherty got the Panthers to within a goal with 2:36 left in the game. Molly Beckham sealed the victory for the Lightning with an empty-net goal with just over a minute left.

Farmington 2, Shakopee 1: Abby Bollig stopped 24 shots to lead the Tigers past the host Sabers. Carly Simon and Ellie Moser scored for the Tigers. Lauryn McNeil scored for the Sabers.

Prior Lake 3, Apple Valley 1: Charlotte Huntington had a goal and an assist to lead the Lakers past the visiting Eagles. Kelly Gleason and Katie Huntington also scored for the Lakers. Taylor DeForrest stopped 27 shots and Lily Leong scored a goal for the Eagles.

Bloomington Jefferson 6, St. Paul Blades 1: Bailey Burton and Lucienne Bianchi had two goals and one assist each to lead the Jaguars past the visiting Blades. Celena Rea had a goal and two assists for the Jaguars. Hanna Zavoral scored a goal and Taylor Nelson stopped 26 shots for the Blades.

Boys’ hockey

Red Wing 3, Henry Sibley 2: Logan Sammon scored with one second left to complete a third-period comeback by the Wingers over the host Warriors. The Warriors led 2-1 after two periods.

Providence Academy 5, Waconia 2: Brad Koskie stopped 36 shots and Jordan Doucette had two goals and two assists to lead the Lions past the host Wildcats. Evan Spadafora and Kole DeRosier had a goal and an assist for the Lions.

Boys’ basketball

Hopkins 93, Columbia Heights 61: Ishmael El-Amin scored 27 points to lead the Royals past the host Hylanders. Darryl Mayfield and Zeke Nnaji had 13 points each and Anthony Davis had 10 for the Royals. Kadeem Thomas and Deaundra Roberson led the Hylanders with 13 points each. Christian Kelly and Wendell Matthews had 11 points each for the Hylanders.

Delano 86, Princeton 54: Calvin Wishart led Class 3A, No. 3 Delano past visiting Princeton. Austin Schneider had 15 points, Mitchell Kurtz had 13, Keegan O’Neill had 12 and Nick Cayler had 11 for Delano. Adam Williams led Princeton with 17 points.

Minneapolis North 72, Edina 62: Isaac Johnson scored 28 points to lead the Class 1A, No. 1 Polars past the host Hornets. Odell Wilson had 10 points for the Polars. Walt McGrory had 22 points and Anders Nelson 21 for the Hornets.

Bloomington Kennedy 85, St. Paul Harding 81: Joshua Bryant scored 32 points to lead the Eagles past the host Knights. Markel Aune had 20 points and Isaiah Stone 12 for the Eagles. Jovan Christian led the Knights with 27 points. De’Million Randle had 24 points for the Knights.

Girls’ basketball

Fridley 55, Hill-Murray 53: Tyliah Frazier scored the game-winning basket with 20 seconds left to lift the Tigers past the Pioneers. Frazier finished with 11 points. Eboni Davis led the Tigers with 13 points and Britney Smith had 11. Delaney Runyon led the Pioneers with 18 points, and Grace Prokosch had 17.

Andover 50, Maple Grove 47: Jolene Daninger scored 13 points to lead the Huskies past the host Crimson. Amanda Dagostino had 12 points for the Huskies. Katrina Theis led the Crimson with 10 points.

Lakeville North 67, New Prague 58: Temi Carda scored 31 points to lead the Class 4A, No. 5 Panthers past the host Trojans. Maizie Deihl had 21 points and Taylor Hustad had 20 for the Trojans.

staff reports