Juniors Drew Fisher and Jake Sondreal each had two goals and an assist to lead Cretin-Derham Hall to an 8-2 victory over Stillwater in a Suburban East Conference boys' hockey game at Highland Arena on Saturday.

The victory avenged the Raiders' only loss of the season. Stillwater edged the Raiders, ranked No. 6 in Class 2A, 3-2 on Feb. 4 at the St. Croix Rec Center.

On Saturday, the score was 2-2 after one period. Fisher's first goal, 75 seconds into the second period, gave the Raiders (12-1) the lead for good. Jake Fisher, a sophomore, scored three minutes later to extend the Raiders' lead.

Drew Fisher's second goal made it 5-2. Sondreal capped the Raiders' four-goal outburst in the second period with 1:49 remaining to make it 6-2. Fisher and Simon Houge assisted on that goal. It was one of four assists for Houge.

Girls' hockey

Edina 6, Chaska/Chanhassen 2: Vivian Jungels, who has committed to the Gophers, had a hand in each Hornets goal — two goals and four assists — in leading the host Hornets to a victory. Hannah Chorske, who has committed to Harvard, added two goals for the Hornets, ranked No. 2 in Class 2A. The Hornets (13-0) have allowed only 10 goals this season.

Chisago Lakes 3, Mound Westonka 2: Dani Brunette's unassisted goal in the third period lifted the Wildcats, ranked No. 1 in Class 1A, past the host Whitehawks, ranked No. 4. It was the 10th consecutive victory for the Wildcats (11-1), while the Whitehawks (9-1) suffered their first loss of the season. The Wildcats led 2-0 after goals by Kaitlyn Hansen and Dani Burgen. But the Whitehawks' Camryn Hargreaves, a freshman, scored twice in the second period to tie the score. Brunette's game-winning goal came at 5:46 of the final period.

Boys' basketball

Chaska 73, Minnetonka 47: Brady Nicholson scored 29 points and Spencer Goetz added 20 to lead the host Hawks, ranked No. 5 in Class 4A, to their fifth consecutive victory. The Hawks (11-2), who led by seven at halftime, outscored the Skippers 41-22 in the second half as Nicholson, a 6-9 junior, scored 20 points.

Columbia Heights 74, Minneapolis Southwest 58: Donnavin Hinsz had 25 points and eight rebounds to lead the Hylanders, ranked No. 3 in Class 3A, to the nonconference victory over the host Lakers. The Hylanders improved to 10-1 with their fourth consecutive victory. Gabe Senseman-Cassidy and Hakeem Ford each scored 17 points to lead the Lakers (5-5).

Minnehaha Academy 99, Hibbing 53: Hercy Miller scored 20 points to lead the host Redhawks, ranked No. 1 in Class 3A, past the Bluejackets, ranked No. 6. in The Redhawks, who improved to 11-1 with their sixth consecutive victory, had four other players score in double figures — Chet Holmgren (16), Mercy Miller (14), Chase Carter (13) and Isaiah Davis (12). Tre Holmes scored 11 points for the Bluejackets (9-3).

St. Paul Humboldt 85, St. Paul Washington 49: Xavier Garcia scored 28 points — including the 1,000th of his career — and Tiray Dyson scored 22 to lead the Hawks past the visiting Eagles. Ka'von Trotter scored 15 to lead the Eagles.

Girls' gymnastics

Watertown-Mayer/Mound Westonka wins triangular: In a triangular at Perham, Minn., featuring three of the top seven teams in Class 1A, top-ranked Watertown-Mayer/Mound Westonka finished with a 145.525 to outscore No. 5 Perham (142.0) and No. 7 Melrose Area (138.0). Perham's Jada Olsen, who won the all-around title at the Class 1A state meet last year, was the all-around champion with a 38.1.