Class 2A, No. 4 Duluth East became the last unbeaten hockey team the state with a 4-2 victory over the host Class 2A, No. 1 Minnetonka.

The Greyhounds (8-0-3) scored two goals in the second period to pull away. Garrett Worth scored two goals, including the game-winner with 4:13 left in the second period. Austin Jouppi and Nick Lanigan scored a goal each for the Greyhounds.

Andrew Hicks and Luke Loheit scored a goal. Charlie Glockner stopped 23 shots for the Skippers (11-1-2).


In other boys’ hockey action:

Wayzata 4, Moorhead 3 (OT): Ryan Mulrenin scored on a breakaway 3:10 into overtime to give the Class 2A, No.14 Trojans the victory over Class 2A, No. 9 Spuds. Luke Zejdlik tied the game at 3-3 for the Trojans with 7:25 left in regulation. Tommy Leisen and Tristan Nelko also scored for the Trojans. Jack Stetz scored two goals and Nolan Westra had one for the Spuds.

Holy Family 5, Grand Rapids 1: Ben Almquist scored a hat trick to lead the Fire, ranked No. 6 in Class 2A past the Thunderhawks. Trey Fechko and Sawyer Schugel also scored for Holy Family.

Buffalo 2, Blake 1: Ryan Nelson’s goal with 6:27 left in regulation gave the Bison a victory over the host Bears. The Bears’ Landon Peterson broke a scoreless tie with 1:21 left in the first period. Jake Braccini tied it 3:59 into the third period.

Bloomington Jefferson 7, Hopkins 0: Evan Redepenning made 30 saves to earn the shutout for the Jaguars. Grayson Hight and Justin Johnson both scored twice to lead the offensive effort.


Girls’ hockey

Hill-Murray 2, Centennial 1: Morgan Helgeson and Nina Steigauf had a goal and an assist each to lead the Class 2A, No. 4 Pioneers past the visiting Class 2A, No. 2 Cougars. Helgeson got the scoring started 1:20 into the second period and assisted on Steigauf’s eventual game-winning goal with :31 left in the middle frame. Emily Nadeau cut the deficit to one for the Cougars with a power play goal 6:14 into the third period. Ava Bailey stopped 28 shots for the Pioneers and Mackenna Stoterau made 20 saves for the Cougars.

Breck 6, Andover 3: The Class 1A, No. 3 Mustangs broke the game open late in the game to overcome a third-period rally by the visiting Class 2A, No. 5 Huskies. The Mustangs jumped to a 3-0 lead after two periods. The Huskies scored three goals in a 7:12 span early in the third to tie the game. Madelynn Jurgensen, Peyton Hemp and Jamie Nelson scored for the Huskies. Beniek put the Mustangs back in front :57 later for her second goal of the game. Sadie Lindsay and Ally Qualley added goals in the final 3:00 of the game for the Mustangs. Ally Frantzick stopped 30 shots for the Mustangs.

Willmar 1, Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato 0: Bailey Olson broke a scoreless tie with 9:16 left in the third period to give the Cardinals the victory over host Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato. Savana Knutson stopped 20 shots for the shutout and Avery Stilwell had 30 saves for Litchfield/Dassel-Cokato.

Spring Lake Park 3, Rogers 2: The Panthers scored three goals in the third period to rally past the visiting Royals. Kamryn Crawford scored the game-winning goal with 1:19 left in the game and assisted on a pair of power play goals that got the game tied. Lindsey Albers got the rally started 1:02 into the period and Lizzie Northquest tied the game 5:19 later. Sydney Symynkywicz had two assists for the Panthers. Danielle Hoppe and Emily Rosati scored and Courtney Johnston had two assists for the Royals.

Boys’ basketball

Benilde-St. Margaret’s 84, Wayzata 61: The Red Knights (5-4) upset the Class 4A, No. 10-ranked Trojans (7-4). Liam Ford had a game high 26 points for Benilde. Luke Paulson led Wayzata with 20.

Prior Lake 58, Bloomington Jefferson 49: Dawson Garcia scored 25 points to lead the Lakers past the host Jaguars. Robert Jones scored 15 for the Lakers. Isaiah Watts led Jefferson with 13 points.


Girls’ basketball

St. Michael-Albertville 58, Minnetonka 49: Jadyn Hanson had a game high 24 points to lead the Knights, ranked No. 5 in Class 4A, past the Skippers. Kendal Cox had another 15. Kayla Mershon had 16 points for Minnetonka.

Chisago Lakes 68, Grand Rapids 60: The visiting Wildcats overcame a seven-point halftime deficit against the Class 3A, No. 5 Thunderhawks. Carmen Backes led the Wildcats with 37 points. Heaven Hamling led the Thunderhawks with 28.