Bob Parenteau stopped 11 shots in the third period as White Bear Lake held off Class 2A, No. 1 Stillwater for a 2-1 victory Saturday. Parenteau finished with 28 saves.

The host Bears, ranked No. 16 in 2A, were outshot 29-18, but had the Ponies rattled for a stretch of the third period.

Zac Cadalbert scored a power-play goal 91 seconds into the game. He slammed in a back-door feed from Brock Larson.

Max Jennrich scored the eventual game-winning goal at the 5:21 mark of the second period off a 2-to-1 rush.

Thomas Bruchu scored with 7.6 left in the second period to get the Ponies to within a goal.

Mahtomedi 2, St. Thomas Academy 1 (OT): Jeff Kneale scored 4:35 into overtime as the Class 1A, No. 7 Zephyrs defeated the Class 2A, No. 6 Cadets. The Cadets outshot Mahtomedi 17-3 in the first period, but could only manage one goal off the stick of Nick Skweres. It would end up being their only goal in the game. Matt Vannelli answered for the Zephyrs midway through the second period to tie the game before Kneale's overtime winner. Mahtomedi's Bailey Huber finished the game with 38 saves.

Eden Prairie 3, Duluth East 2 (OT): Nicky Leiverman tried to dump the puck into the offensive zone on the net, but the puck got away from Greyhounds goaltender Kirk Meierhoff into the net 10 seconds into overtime for the game-winning goal. It was Leiverman's second goal of the game for the Class 2A, No. 5 Eagles, who escaped with a road victory over the No. 13 Greyhounds. Meierhoff finished the game with 35 saves in an otherwise stellar performance. Jarod Blackowiak also scored for the Eagles. Austin Jouppi and Jack Fitzgerland scored for the Greyhounds.

Minnehaha Academy 4, South St. Paul 2: Alex Jordan tallied four points on two goals and two assists to lead the Class 1A, No. 12 Redhawks past the visiting Packers. Jordan and Cole Knutson scored 40 seconds apart in the first period to give the Redhawks an early 2-0 lead. Nathan Brandecker and Cade Sexauer answered later in the period to tie the game at 2-2. Jordan put the Redhawks ahead for good at the 2:58 mark of the second period. Jake Lundquist, who assisted on both of Jordan's goals scored an insurance goal early in the third period. Alex Evenson assisted on all four Redhawks goals.

Prior Lake 3, Farmington 1: Gavin Enright kept the Tigers in the game by making 46 saves, but it was not enough as the visiting Lakers scored three unanswered goals. Mason Enright scored at the 14:09 mark of the first period to give the Tigers a 1-0 lead. Chase Gackle answered for the Lakers 1:49 later. Carter Collins put the Lakers ahead for good with 2:23 left in the second period. Jack Hansen scored an insurance goal for Prior Lake early in the third period.

Delano 4, Wayzata 3: The Class 1A, No. 2 Tigers built a 4-1 lead after two periods and held on against the Trojans. Ben Meyers, Brian Halonen, Justin Daly and Kyle Ylitalo scored for Delano. Wayzata's Colin Schmidt and Matt Cossette each scored in the third, but the Trojans could not complete the comeback. For Schmidt, it was his second goal of the game.

Girls' hockey

Hill-Murray 2, Maple Grove 1 (OT): Lindsey Featherstone scored 23 seconds into overtime on the power play to give the host Class 2A, No. 4 Pioneers the victory over the No. 2 Crimson. Abigail Boreen, who assisted on the game-winning goal, scored 4:56 into the game to give the Pioneers an early 1-0 lead. Featherstone assisted on the goal. The Crimson tied the game wtih 1:27 left in the third period to force overtime on a goal by Erin Roehl. Ava Bailey stopped 25 shots for the Pioneers and Coco Francis stopped 22 for the Crimson.

Eden Prairie 2, Wayzata 1: Sydney Langseth broke a 1-1 tie with 2:54 left in the third period to give the visiting Class 2A, No. 5 Eagles the victory over the Class 2A, No. 14 Trojans. Naomi Rogge got the Eagles on the board first at the 8:02 mark of the second period. Jackie Russo tied the game 4:00 into the third period on the power play Grace Boswell-Healey stopped 30 shots for the Trojans.

Elk River/Zimmerman 3, Champlin Park 2 (OT): Reilly Springman scored 2:55 into overtime to lift the Class 2A, No. 3 Elks past the visiting Rebels. Kelsey King and Kennedi Mitchell scored to give the Elks a 2-0 lead after one period. The Rebels scored a goal in each of the second and third periods to get the game to overtime. Emily Peterson got the Rebels on the board in the second period and Kaylee Wood tied the game with 2:58 left in regulation. Baleigh Shuck stopped 36 shots for the Rebels.

Blaine 4, Centennial 0: Jaela O'Brien stopped 16 shots to secure the shutout as the Class 2A, No. 6 Bengals beat the No. 9 Cougars at home. Courtney Moser scored twice in the second period. Emily Brown finished with three points on a goal and two assists, and Gabby Rosenthal added a third-period score. Blaine outshot Centennial 31-16 in the contest.

Cretin-Derham Hall 2, White Bear Lake 1: Emily King scored a third-period power play goal, a minute after Bri Willier had tied the game, to lead the Class 2A, No. 7 Raiders past the visiting Bears. Lily Anderson gave the Bears a brief lead with 2:15 remaining in the second period before the Raiders' comeback. Raiders goalie Megan Meyers finished with 18 saves. Bears goalie Calla Frank ended with 29 saves.

Eastview 2, Shakopee 1: Natalie Snodgrass scored two first period goals to lead the host Lightning past the Class 2A, No. 17 Sabers. Snodgrass got the scoring started 1:03 into the game and scored the eventual game-winner 14:27 later. Tristen Truax cut the Sabers' deficit to one with 19 seconds left in the game. Kaitlyn Pellicci stopped 24 shots for the Lightning.

Boys' basketball.

Maple Grove 81, Hopkins 70: Wisconsin recruit Brad Davison scored 41 points, and Tywhon Pickford added 22, to lead the Class 4A, No. 2 Crimson past the No. 6 Royals in the Super 60 Showcase at the Lindbergh Center in Hopkins. With a slim 45-43 lead at the break, the Crimson held off the Royals in the second half and pulled away down the stretch off of Davison's play. He hit several key shots, including an NBA-distance three-pointer that caused the student section to erupt. For the Royals, all five starters finished in double digits, led by Blaise Beauchamp with 18 and Joe Hedstrom with 16. Ishmael El-Amin had 14. Anthony Davis had 13. Simon Wright had 10.

Armstrong 85, Totino-Grace 81: Race Thompson scored 36 points to lead the Class 4A, No. 9 Falcons past the visiting Class 3A, No. 3 Eagles. Davonte Saeed-El had 16 points and Isaiah Rollins and Calvin Green had 10 each for the Falcons. Nathan Kavolak led the Eagles with 21 points. Will Schmidt had 14 points, Rocky Kreuser had 13 and Charlie Jacob had 11 for the Eagles.

Prior Lake 87, Delano 72: Brian Sitzmann scored 31 points to lead the unranked Lakers to an upset win over the Class 3A, No. 3 Tigers. Teammates Trent West and Jacob Fredrickson added 19 and 12, respectively. Calvin Wishart led the Tigers with 23 points.

Benilde-St. Margaret's 85, Minneapolis South 68: The Red Knights took a 29-point lead into the break to cruise past the visiting Tigers. Joe Dunn and Jamison Battle led the Red Knights with 15 and 14, respectively. Cossy Kowouto and Curtis Jones led the Tigers with 12 and 10.

Girls' basketball

Park Center 58, Woodbury 53: Ann Simonet scored 17 points and Danielle Schaub added 16 to lead the Class 4A, No. 10 Pirates past the Royals in the Super 60 Showcase at the Lindbergh Center in Hopkins. The Royals' Cecile Kieger banked a three-pointer from the wing to make it 54-53 with 30 seconds remaining, but Schaub knocked down two clutch free throws to seal the game. Kieger finished with a team-high 14 points, and Rachel Hakes added 13.

Roseville 52, Rogers 37: Down 23-18 at halftime, the Class 4A, No. 9 Raiders held the host Royals to 14 points in the second half to complete the comeback. Jayda Johnston finished with 12 points for the Raiders, and Jolisa Ross added 11. Haylee Fingelsen led the Royals with 12.

Moorhead 63, Maple Grove 61: Sam Haiby scored 29 points to lead the Spuds past the host Crimson. Brooke Tonfeldt finished with 11 for the Spuds. Autumn Mlinar led the Crimson with 14 points. Katrina Theis finished with 13 and Sarah Liimatta had 10.

New Prague 52, Rochester Mayo 46: Taylor Hustad scored 20 and Randi Allar added 14 to lead the Trojans past the visiting Spartans. Grace Riley led the Spartans with 17. Teammates Siennah Stamness and Foney Marcellino added 12 and 10, respectively.