Lauren Zawoyski scored twice in the third period to lift Edina, ranked No. 2 in Class 2A, to a 2-0 victory over Benilde-St. Margaret's, ranked No. 5, in a nonconference girls' hockey game Tuesday at the St. Louis Park Rec Center.
Zawoyski, a sophomore, gave the Hornets a 1-0 lead with four minutes, 45 seconds remaining in the third period. She added an empty-net goal with one minute remaining.
Hornets goalie Uma Corniea had 32 saves as she earned her second consecutive shutout. It was her fourth shutout of the season. The Hornets, were outshot 32-28.
Buffalo 65, Edina 59: Buffalo opened a 10-point halftime lead and then withstood a comeback from the host Hornets to earn the Lake Conference victory. Antonio Bluiett scored 22 points and Carter Jackson added 15 to lead the Bison. Gabe Jobe, a junior guard, scored a season-high 33 points to lead the Hornets, who got within five points in the second half.
Chaska 72, Chanhassen 36: Senior guard Jack Frick scored a career-high 26 points — 21 in the first half — to lead the Hawks, ranked No. 7 in Class 4A, past the visiting Storm. Frick made five three-pointers in the first half as the Hawks (8-2) built a 42-10 halftime lead. In the first meeting between the two this season — at Chanhassen on Jan. 22 — Chaska rallied from a three-point deficit for a 44-42 victory. Frick scored nine points in that game.
Cretin-Derham Hall 68, Park of Cottage Grove 52: Junior guard Tre Holloman scored 27 points to lead the host Raiders to the Suburban East Conference victory.
Glencoe-Silver Lake 77, Rockford 71: Junior forward Mitchel Jaskowiak scored 45 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the visiting Panthers to the Wright County Conference victory. Jaskowiak scored 23 points in the first half and 22 in the second half as he surpassed 1,000 points for his career. He also had six steals and three assists.
Minnehaha Academy 80, Blake 43: Chet Holmgren scored 26 points to lead the Redhawks, the top-ranked team in Class 3A, past the visiting Bears, who are ranked No. 6 in Class 2A. It was the fourth consecutive victory for the Redhawks (9-1), who defeated Stewartville, ranked No. 4 in Class 2A, on Monday. Grayson Okjoronkwo scored 15 to lead the Bears (9-1), who suffered their first loss of the season.
Rocori 57, Monticello 55: Tucker Haakonson's basket with eight seconds remaining lifted the visiting Spartans to their second victory of the season. Jayden Philippi scored 21 points to lead the Spartans (2-8), who ended a seven-game losing streak. Haakonson scored 13. Carson Kolles scored 17 to lead the Magic.
Hopkins 82, St. Michael-Albertville 49: Taylor Woodson scored 22 points and Liv McGill and Maya Nnaji each scored 16 as the Royals, ranked No. 1 in Class 4A, earned their 71st consecutive victory.
Farmington 59, Eagan 41: Sophie Hart, a 6-foot-4 senior who has committed to North Carolina State, scored 16 points to lead the Tigers, ranked No. 2 in Class 4A, past the visiting Wildcats for their 27th consecutive win. Rose Wille added 11 points for Farmington, which won its final 17 games last season and earned a spot in the Class 4A state championship game (against Hopkins) before the tournament was canceled. Drew Buslee scored 18 to lead Eagan.
Chaska 4, New Prague 0: The Hawks scored three times in the third period to pull away for the victory over the visiting Trojans. Sam Rinzel had a goal and an assist, and Jack Seaverson had two assists for the Hawks. Sophomore Carter Wishart had 21 saves to earn his second shutout of the season and the sixth of his career.
St. Michael-Albertville 3, Mahtomedi 2 [OT]: Max Miller scored the tying and game-winning goals to complete the come-from-behind victory for the Knights over the visiting Zephyrs, ranked No. 3 in Class 1A. The Zephyrs led 2-0 after one period. Zach Miller's power-play goal in the second period got the Knights within 2-1. Max Miller scored in the first two minutes of the third period to tie the score. He got the game-winner at 6:20 of the extra session.