No. 1 Breck survives No. 13 Dodge County
• BRECK 3, DODGE COUNTY 2 (OT): Grace Zumwinkle's goal at 3:55 of the overtime period lifted the Mustangs, ranked No. 1 in Class 1A, past the visiting Wildcats, who are ranked No. 13 in Class 2A. Zumwinkle's goal, her second of the game, capped a three-goal rally for the Mustangs, who trailed 2-0 early in the second period. Zumwinkle scored at 2:06 of the second period to pull the Mustangs within 2-1. Cassidy Holzer's goal, at 11:39 of the second period, tied the score 2-2. The Wildcats opened a 2-0 lead on two goals by Katie Robinson. Robinson, one of 10 semifinalists for the Ms. Hockey award, scored twice in a 61-second span in the first two minutes of the second period.
• LAKEVILLE NORTH 11, ROSEMOUNT 1: Maggie Flaherty and Morgan Manes each had two goals and two assists and Jayden Neameyer scored two goals to lead the Panthers to the South Suburban victory.
• HILL-MURRAY 3, BENILDE-ST. MARGARET'S 1: Lindsey Featherstone and Rachel Herzog scored in the third period to lead the Pioneers, ranked No. 1 in Class 2A, past the Red Knights. The Pioneers, who earned their 12th consecutive victory to finish the regular season with a 24-0-1 record, outshot the Red Knights 60-15. Red Knights goaltender Anna DeGiulio had 57 saves.
• BENILDE-ST. MARGARET'S 10, CHANHASSEN 1: Senior Nick Austin had three goals and two assists and senior Cade Gleekel had six assists to lead the Red Knights to their 10th consecutive victory. The unbeaten Red Knights (20-0-1), who are ranked No. 1 in Class 2A, led 4-0 after one period and then scored three times in the first four minutes of the second period.
• RED WING 3, AUSTIN 2 (OT): Tyler DeFore's power-play goal at 6:53 of the overtime session rallied the Wingers, who trailed 1-0 and 2-1, to the victory.
• SOUTH ST. PAUL 84, BLAKE 78: The Packers overcame a 47-point effort by Blake's Jack Moe to earn the nonconference victory. Moe, a sophomore guard, entered the game with an average of 17 points per game and a season high of 26 points.
• DELASALLE 56, LA CROSSE (WIS.) CENTRAL 51: The Islanders, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, rallied from a three-point halftime deficit for the victory in the Border Battle in Onalaska, Wis. Sage Booker scored 15 points to lead the Islanders. Kobe King scored 32 to lead the Red Raiders. King scored 19 in the first half as the Red Raiders opened a 29-26 halftime lead.
• MINNEHAHA ACADEMY 69, CANNON FALLS 39: Taytum Rhoades scored 19 points and Sarah Kaminski scored 15 as the Redhawks, ranked No. 5 in Class 2A, earned the nonconference win over the host Bombers. The Redhawks (16-2) raced to a 40-15 halftime lead en route to their seventh consecutive victory.
• EAST RIDGE 78, MINNEAPOLIS SOUTH 51: The visiting Raptors, ranked No. 10 in Class 4A, pulled away in the second half for the nonconference victory. Maria Sexe scored 18 points and Noelle Tomes scored 17 to lead the Raptors, who led by nine at halftime before outscoring the Tigers 46-28 in the second half. Morgan Hill scored 24 to pace the Tigers.
• TRUE TEAM STATE MEET: Colin Glass (100 breast stroke), Hunter Nielsen (50 freestyle), Warren Sexson and Tommy Weiss (100 butterfly) each won individual events to lead St. Thomas Academy to the Class 1A title at the State True Team meet at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center. Nielsen, Sexson and Weiss teamed with Eric Ruzicka to win the 400 freestyle relay as the Cadets finished with 2,183 points. Sartell-St. Stephen and Breck/Blake finished in a tie for second place with 1,843 points. Simley, which finished fourth with 1,798.5 points, was led by Michael Modica, who won two events (100 and 200 freestyles) and swam a leg on the Spartans' winning 200 freestyle relay.
Sam Schilling led Minnetonka to the Class 2A state title by winning the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle. He along with Corey Lau teamed with a pair of teammates to win the 400 freestyle relay and 200 medley relay. Lau also won the 100 breaststroke. The Skippers finished with 2,430 points. Eden Prairie scored 2,120.5 points to finish second. Griffin Back led the Eagles with wins in the 100 freestyle and 200 individual medley. The Eagles also got wins from Jordan Greenberg (50 freestyle), Joshua Withers (10 butterfly) and the 200 freestyle relay. Eagan finished third with 1,705 points behind wins from Parker Lemke (100 backstroke) and Alex Crow (diving).