Hopkins girls hang on for upset of No. 2 Minnetonka
HOCKEY • GIRLs
• HOPKINS/ST. LOUIS PARK 4, MINNETONKA 3 (OT): Olivia Mobley scored with 1 second left on a power play in overtime, giving the Royals an upset victory over the Class 2A, No. 2 Skippers on Saturday afternoon. The Royals jumped to a 3-0 lead after one period. Elena Basill, Kylie Hanley and Amanda Olson scored goals. Hanley recorded her team-leading 11th goal of the season with a shorthanded tally at the 15:08 mark. Olson scored her first goal of the season with four seconds remaining in the opening period. Basill and Olson also had assists in the period. Hanley added an assist on the game-winning goal in overtime.
Annika Carlander stopped 46 shots, including 18 in the third period.
The Skippers started their comeback in the second period. Emma Bigham got the Skippers on the board at the 10:38 mark of the period. The junior later tied the score with 1:39 remaining. Anellise Rice got the Skippers to within one goal with a score at the 2:34 mark of the third period.
• MINNEHAHA UNITED 3, ST. PETER/LESUEUR-HENDERSON/TRI-CITY UNITED 2 (OT): Emily Dahlstrom capped the Saints' comeback with her second goal of the season 4 minutes, 14 seconds into overtime. Justine Hill tied the score on an unassisted goal with nine seconds remaining for the Saints. Lilly Mullinix got the Saints on the scoreboard with 4:23 remaining in regulation. The Saints outshot the Bulldogs 53-19, including a 26-10 advantage in the third period and overtime.
• BRECK 5, RED WING 0: Grace Zumwinkle scored two goals to lead the Mustangs past the Wingers. She also had an assist. Kendall Williamson, Cheyenne Harris, Abigail Riskevich also scored. Jenna Brenneman stopped 28 shots to earn the shutout.
• EDINA 7, BUFFALO 0: C.C. Bowlby scored two goals in leading the Hornets past the Bison. Lolita Fidler added a goal and two assists for the Hornets. Mallory Uihlein, Olivia Kilberg, Grace Bowlby and Molly Myhre also had goals. Anna Goldstein stopped 12 shots in posting the shutout.
• ST. PAUL UNITED 10, HOLY ANGELS 0: Samantha Burke recorded a hat trick and Sena Hanson and Lauren Boettcher added two goals each for United in a rout of the Stars. Maddie Thomey, Bridget Hoffmann and Catherine Kerin added a goal each. Kenzie Giese needed to make only five saves for the shutout.
HOCKEY • BOYs
• WAYZATA 2, BUFFALO 1: Amar Batra lifted the Class 2A, No. 6 Trojans past the Bison with his third goal of the season late in the second period. Grant Anderson evened the game at 1-1 late in the first period for the Trojans. Cade Stensby got the Bison on the board first a little less than four minutes into the game.
• ANDOVER 2, CLOQUET-ESKO-CARLTON 1: Blake Johnson stopped 43 shots to lead the Huskies past the Lumberjacks. Christian Ledin got the Huskies on the board two minutes, 33 seconds into the game, but the Lumberjacks tied it 7:11 later. Zach Sitarz recorded the game-winning goal on a power play at the 14:02 mark of the first period. The Huskies were outshot 44-15.
• FOREST LAKE 5, WOODBURY 2: Danny Fiedler stopped 32 shots, leading the Rangers past the Royals. Spencer Marsh scored a goal and added an assist for the Rangers. Derick Johnson, Murray Sieracki, John Doherty and Beau Bartholmy scored for the Rangers. Alec Wonsoms and Ronnie Sweeny scored for the Royals.
• PRIOR LAKE 7, EASTVIEW 0: Jack Schulze scored a goal and added three assists to lift the Lakers past the Lightning. Matt Denman added a goal and two assists for the Lakers, while Kevin Fellows and Jake Cohn had a goal and an assist each. Tanner Burggraaff, Jackson Jutting and Connor Clemons also scored for the Lakers. Drew Scites stopped 13 shots to earn the shutout.
• CHASKA 9, ELY 2: Mike Koster led the Hawks past the Timberwolves with two goals in the third period and added three assists. Blaine Warnert and Sam Esping added two goals each for the Hawks. Warnert also had two assists. Zac Rodeheffer scored a goal and had three assists. Micah Roane had a goal and two assists. Andrew McClure also scored for the Hawks, who finished with a 41-19 advantage in shots on goal.
BASKETBALL • BOYs
• PEBBLEBROOK (GA.) 100, MINNEAPOLIS NORTH 87: Odell Wilson led the Polars with 30 points in the loss to the Falcons. Patrick Dembley (20 points), Isaac Johnson (13) and Jamil Jackson (10) also scored in double figures. Jared Harper, who has signed to play at Auburn, and Collin Sexton combined to score 71 points for the Falcons.