Andover's Charlie Schoen buried the game-winning goal between the legs of Duluth Marshall goalie Cam Brandt to lift the Huskies past the Hilltoppers 3-2 in boys' hockey Saturday.

The teams were tied 2-2 entering the third period; Andover, ranked No. 9 in Class 2A, killed two penalties in the period before Schoen's go-ahead goal.

Hunter Jones and Brandon McNamara scored goals in the first and second periods for the Huskies.

Willy and Levi Stauber each finished with a goal and an assist to lead the Hilltoppers scoring attack.

Duluth Marshall outshot Andover 33-23 with Ben Fritsinger making 31 saves for the Huskies.

In other boys' hockey action:

Edina 5, Eden Prairie 3: The Hornets never trailed but had to hold off a late rally by the visiting Eagles for the victory. Demetrios Koumontzis had two goals for the Hornets. Sammy Walker, Lewis Crosby and Jake Boltmann also scored for the Hornets. Chris Konin. Carson Jones and Sam Wilhite scored for the Eagles. The Eagles had a goal disallowed in the third period that would have cut the deficit to two because the net was dislodged before the puck crossed the goal line.

Red Wing 5, Mankato West 3: Cam Blue had four goals to lead the Wingers over the Scarlets. The junior forward also assisted on Jack Nevitt's power-play goal. Jayden Hatkin led Mankato West with a goal and an assist.

Eastview 4, Eagan 3: Nate Bordson netted a natural hat trick when he scored three consecutive goals for the Lightning during the second period. It was the senior's second game with a hat trick this season. Noah Desrocher scored Eastview's other goal. Nick Sherek had two goals for the Wildcats.

Girls' hockey

Lakeville South 1, Apple Valley 0 (OT): Libery Fettig scored 4:52 into overtime to give the Class 2A, No. 16 Cougars a victory over the host Eagles.

Hill-Murray 2, Blaine 1: With just over two minutes left to play, Katie Kaufman scored the game-winning goal to give the No. 4, 2A Pioneers a win over the No. 8, 2A Bengals. Abigail Boreen scored the first goal for Hill-Murray early in the first period. Brityn Fussy answered with her own first-period goal for Blaine.

Benilde-St. Margaret's 2, Chaska/Chanhassen 2 (OT): The Red Knights built a two-goal lead with scores from Abby Hancock and Megan Truman in the first period. Abby Nelson scored the Storm Hawks' first goal in the second period. Katelyn Roberts scored a shorthanded goal with 51 seconds left to force overtime. Carly Greene made 38 saves for the Red Knights.

Boys' basketball

Hopkins 103, Columbia Heights 76: Blaise Beauchamp had 24 points to lead the Royals past the Hylanders. Joe Hedstrom added 20 points and Kajuane Walton 18. Deundra Roberson scored 19 for Columbia Heights.

St. Paul Central 94, Minneapolis Patrick Henry 72: Daveonte Davis scored a game-high 41 points to lead the Minutemen past the Patriots. Anton Barr led Patrick Henry with 20 points.

Brooklyn Center 81, Bloomington Kennedy 74: Malik Harut led the Centaurs with 21 points, followed closely by Lu'Cye Patterson's 19. Markel Aune led the Eagles with 18 points.

Girls' basketball

St. Croix Lutheran 92, St. Paul Como Park 86 (OT): The Crusaders overcame a six-point halftime deficit to force overtime. Audrey Gadison led the Crusaders with 29 points. Makayla Van Nett led the Cougars with 22 points.

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