Grace Zumwinkle put Class 1A, No. 2 Breck ahead for good late in the first period with a power-play goal in a 2-1 win over No. 8 Princeton at Parade Ice Garden in a Section 5 girls’ hockey semifinal Tuesday.

Olivia Mobley got the Mustangs on the board 1:48 into the game before assisting on Zumwinkle’s game-winner.

Madisen Peterson tied the score 1-1 just past the midway point of the first period.

Ally Frantzick stopped 19 shots for the Mustangs and Kara Schramel 31 for the Tigers.

In the other Section 5 semifinal, Lucy Burton scored two goals and added an assist to lead No. 1 Blake past Minneapolis 8-1. Audrey Wethington and Izzy Daniel scored two goals each and Lily Delianedis had two assists for the Bears. Alex Gaffney scored a goal and Lilah Schulz stopped 49 shots for Minneapolis.

Class 1A

Section 3/Final: Camryn Steinberg scored three goals as Mankato East beat Marshall 4-2 at Redwood Falls Arena to reach its second state tournament. Bri Adams scored a goal, Bailey Kanstrup had three assists and Taylor Kanstrup had two assists for the Cougars. Sydney Mauch and Rachel VanKeulen scored for the Tigers.

Section 6/Semifinals: Sophie Rausch scored four goals and assisted on two others to lead Fergus Falls past visiting Willmar. Hallie Sheridan had a goal and two assists and Jaydn McKeever had 28 saves for the Otters. ... Kristin Trosvig had three goals and two assists to lead No. 15 Alexandria past visiting Northern Lakes 11-1. McKenna Ellingson had three goals and an assist and Calley Richardson had a goal and three assists for the Cardinals. Sydney Tietz scored a goal and Chaia Tulechik stopped 28 shots for the Lightning.

Class 2A

Section 8/Semifinals: Elaina Christiansen and Cheyenne Abear scored to give Brainerd/Little Falls a 2-0 victory over visiting Sartell/Sauk Rapids. ... Kayla Santl had a goal and an assist to lead Roseau past visiting St. Cloud 4-2. Allie Cornelius scored both goals for St. Cloud.

Boys’ hockey

Providence Academy 3, Blake 2 (OT): Jacob Giesler scored a power-play goal 30 seconds into overtime to give the host Lions the upset over the Class 1A, No. 15 Bears. Jordan Doucette got the Lions on the board first at 1:20 of the second period. Bennett Hawley tied the score 6:11 into the third period, but Zach Giesler put the Lions back in front 34 seconds later. Sasha Shogren tied the score at 2-2 with 6:23 left in regulation.

Elk River 2, Mape Grove 1: Nick Perbix scored the game-winning goal 27 seconds into the third period to give the Class 2A, No. 3 Elks the victory over the visiting No. 11 Crimson. Benton Maass got the Elks on the board 47 seconds into the game. Ryan Brandt got the Crimson to within a goal at 1:14 of the third period. Benny Meyers stopped 24 shots for the Elks and Ethan Haider 26 for the Crimson.

Orono 2, New Prague 1: Evan Babekuhl stopped 27 shots to lead the Class 1A, No. 12 Spartans past the host Trojans. Landon Wittenberg and Jack Suchy scored for the Spartans and David Burns had two assists. Blake Woodson scored for the Trojans.

Lakeville South 3, Duluth East 0: Bradley Golant scored two goals to lead the Class 2A, No. 19 Cougars past the visiting No. 12 Greyhounds. Isaiah DiLaura stopped 23 shots for the shutout, and Kirk Meierhoff 33 for the Greyhounds.

Girls’ basketball

Anoka 66, Centennial 65: Brittany Bongartz scored 22 points to lead the visiting Tornadoes to an upset of the Class 4A, No. 6 Cougars. Abby Slater had 14 points and Lily Shoknecht had 10 for the Tornadoes. Sara Stapleton scored 17 points to lead the Cougars. Sarah Grow had 16 points, Taylor McAulay 14 and Claire Orth 11 for the Cougars.

Prior Lake 78, Apple Valley 72: The visiting Lakers took a six-point halftime lead and held off the Class 4A, No. 5 Eagles. McKenna Hofschild led all scorers with 30 points for the Lakers. Riley Wheatcraft had 21 points and Madi Scholl 13 for the Lakers. Lyndsey Robson led the Eagles with 25 points, Sara Teske had 22 and Brynne Rolland 16.

Roseville 56, Minnetonka 50: Kaia Porter scored 20 points to lead the Class 4A, No. 9 Raiders past the visiting Skippers. Meleah Hansen had 12 points and Jayda Johnston 10 for the Raiders. Megan Walker had 23 points for the Skippers and Kayla Mershon and Zoe Hardwick 11 points each.

Boys’ basketball

Maple Grove 80, Totino-Grace 69: The Class 4A, No. 2 Crimson overcame a four-point halftime deficit to defeat the visiting Class 3A, No. 7 Eagles. Brad Davison led all scorers with 29 points for the Crimson. Tywhon Pickford had 24 points and Ryan Bredensteiner and Bubba Horton 10 each for the Crimson. Rocky Kreuser led the Eagles with 20 points and Charlie Jacob had 18.

New Prague 80, Delano 73: Zach Hanson scored 25 points to lead the Class 4A, No. 9 Trojans past the visiting Class 3A, No. 3 Tigers. Jared Milinkovich had 15 points and Tyler Kemp 11 for the Trojans. Calvin Wishart had 34 points for the Tigers, Keegan O’Neill 13 points and Dylan Gilmer 10.

Orono 76, Holy Family 71: Jarvis Thomas scored 22 points to lead the Class 3A, No. 5 Spartans past the host Fire. Max Bjorklund scored 15 points, Noel Mshihiri 13 and Colton Codute 12 for the Spartans. Nathan Hendler and Nick Hendler had 16 points each to lead the Fire. Griffin Johnson and Lincoln Cizek had 11 points apiece for the Fire.

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