Abby DeLaRosa scored the game-winning power-play goal with less than three minutes to play to boost White Bear Lake over Mounds View 2-1 on Tuesday night in girls’ high school hockey.

DeLaRosa, a senior committed to play next year at the University of Minnesota, set up the game’s first score when she assisted on Sydney Shearen’s goal early in the second period.

The Mustangs answered later in the second when Maiah Robert and Hana Collins assisted on Audrey Jackson’s goal. Jackson later got a hooking penalty, which set up DeLaRosa’s game winner.

Calla Frank came up with 26 saves for the Bears. Mounds View’s Abbie Thompson had 25, and both faced 27 shots on goal.

Eastview 2, Dodge County 1: Avery Chesek scored the Lightning’s first goal on an assist from Natalie Bordson. Then Chesek set up Bordson’s goal a few minutes later. Olivia Smallbrock scored on a power play for the Wildcats. Lauren Johnson made 24 saves for Eastview.

South St. Paul 1, Delano/Rockford 0: Brynn Sexauer lifted the Packers with a goal late in the second period with assists from Savannah Lenarz and Ashley Jerikovsky. Delaney Norman earned the shutout with 18 saves.

Farmington 4, Lakeville North 2: Samantha Moehle had a hat trick, scoring in each period, to lead the Tigers. Nremma Furhman added the other goal for Farmington. Sydney Antonakis and Brooke Power both scored for the Panthers.

Blake 9, Shakopee 1: Alexis Prahl scored the game’s first goal for the Sabers. The Bears followed with nine unanswered ones. They were led by Adelaide Burton, who scored twice and had two assists. Audrey Wethington and Izzy Daniel also scored twice. Lily Delianedis and Madeline Wethington each had two assists and a goal. Grace Johnson rounded out the scoring with a goal and an assist. Ava Christie made 12 saves.

Andover 6, Blaine 1: Gabby Krause led the Huskies with two goals. Madison Kaiser and Jamie Nelson both scored once and had two assists. Sara Kaiser and Tyra Turner rounded out the scoring. Cassidy Stumo made 16 saves. Ramsey Parent scored the Bengals' lone goal.



Benilde-St. Margaret’s 5, Hopkins 4: Charlie Bischel scored a shorthanded game winner for the Red Knights with just over five minutes to play. Blake Mesenburg led Benilde-St. Margaret’s with a goal and two assists. Henry Sweeney had two goals for the Royals. The Red Knights had 53 shots on goal compared to 26 for Hopkins.

Forest Lake 6, Park of Cottage Grove 4: The Rangers were up 4-1 after two periods before the Wolfpack scored three in a row to start the third. Carter Newpower led that run with two goals and an assist on Samuel Janski’s goal. Hunter Johnson put Forest Lake ahead for good with his power play goal. Josie Bothun made 31 saves and earned her first win as a member of the boys’ team. The junior has verbally committed to play for Penn State.



St. Anthony 48, Benilde-St. Margaret’s 46: Anica Thomas scored a game-high 21 points for the Huskies. Patience Williams scored 20 for the Red Knights. St. Anthony coach Mary Jo (MJ) Hadler earned her 200th career victory.

Mound Westonka 53, Delano 49: Jennifer Schiable hit a three-pointer to give Mound Westonka the lead, then sealed the victory with two free throws. The senior finished with 18 points. Kaila Youngs had 17 for the Tigers.

Chaska 72, Edina 53: Freshman Mallory Heyer scored a game-high 35 points to lead the Hawks past the Hornets. Destinee Bursch, Marissa Grothe and Veronica Quinn each added 10 for Chaska. Macy Nilsen had 20 for Edina.

Minneapolis South 60, Henry Sibley 43: Jade Hill had 22 points and Amajah Mullin-Carlson added 15 for the Tigers.