Aliyah Lance took a pass from CC Bowlby and scored 1 minute, 49 seconds into the third period to give Class 2A, No. 1 Edina a 1-0 victory over visiting No. 3 Eden Prairie on Tuesday in girls’ hockey.

Bowlby took a pass off the board just outside the blue line and backhanded a pass to the front of the net. Lance beat an Eagles defender to the top of crease and got her stick on the pass.

That was all Anna Goldstein and the Hornets defense needed. The goaltender stopped 14 shots, including five after Lance’s goal, for the shutout.

Boys’ basketball

Delano 76, Benilde-St. Margaret’s 68: The Class 3A, No. 2 Tigers held off a second half run by the host Knights to get the victory. The Tigers led by 18 points at halftime but saw their lead drop to two with less than eight minutes to play. Calvin Wishart led the Tigers with 38 points and 11 rebounds. Nick Cayler had 10 points for the Tigers. Derek Drees led the Knights with 14 points. Jamison Battle scored 13 points and Will Whitmore, Gabe Alada and Carter Uphus had 10 points each for the Knights.

Armstrong 66, St. Louis Park 64: Race Thompson scored 25 points to lead the Falcons past the host Orioles. Mykal Howard and Aidan Doherty led the Orioles with 13 points each and Richard Green had 11.

Girls’ basketball

Edina 44, Shakopee 38: The Class 4A, No. 8 Hornets overcame a two-point halftime deficit to defeat the host Sabers. Annika Jank scored 15 points to lead the Hornets. Mateya Hutton led the Sabers with 16 points and Brittany West had 11.

Minneapolis South 77, Lakeville South 64: Morgan Hill scored 39 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lift the Tigers past the Cougars.

Norwood Young America 54, Holy Family 41: Kali Grimm scored 17 points to lead the Class 2A, No. 5 Raiders past the host Fire. Abby Mackenthun had 13 points and Bren Fox had 10 for the Raiders. Julia Geurs scored 14 points to lead the Fire.

Boys’ hockey

Edina 5, Burnsville 4: The Class 2A, No. 7 Hornets held off a third period rally by the host Blaze. Lewis Crosby scored three goals in a 6:37 span to give the Hornets a 3-1 lead after one period. Ryan Brunner scored his second goal of the game and Roman Ahcan got a goal 1:22 later early in the third period to get Burnsville within a goal, but Sam Walker scored for the Hornets just past the midway point of the period. Ahcan scored his second goal of the game with 38 seconds left for the Blaze.

Lakeville South 3, Buffalo 1: Adam Harvey and Jace Otremba scored in the third period to lift the Class 2A, No. 15 Cougars past the host Bison. Nick Mueller got the Bison within a goal at 7:46 of the third period but could not get the tying score. Bradley Golant scored for the Cougars in the first period.

St. Paul Academy 4, Rochester Lourdes 2: Matt Dahlseide scored two goals to lead the Spartans past the visiting Eagles.

The Spartans scored four straight goals after falling behind 1-0 late in the first period. Will Kelly and Dev McCabe also scored for the Spartans and Jack Johnston had two assists.

Minneapolis 5, New Prague 0: Minneapolis broke the game open with three goals in a 2:38 span late in the third period to upset the visiting Class 1A, No. 20 Trojans. Jake Hale scored two goals and Tuli Eisenbeis, Campbell Goff and Carter Wendlandt had one for Minneapolis. Preston Holt stopped 18 shots for the shutout.

Staff reports