Madison Shuman scored less than two minutes into overtime as the St. Paul United girls’ hockey team won 4-3 over Mahtomedi in the Gold Division of the Schwan’s Cup on Wednesday at Ridder Arena.

Jenna Hoops led United with two goals. Goalie Bridget Emerson earned the win with 35 saves.

Lily Delianedis and Audrey Wethington each scored twice to lead Blake to a 6-0 win over Holy Family in another Gold Division game.

Ava Christie earned the shutout in goal.

In the Silver Division, Bloomington Jefferson rallied to edge Cambridge-Isanti 4-3. Rachel Geist tied the score at 3-all on a power-play goal with 1:23 left in the third period and Lucienne Bianchi got the winner with one second left.

It was Bianchi’s second goal of the game; she also had two assists.

Rilee Winters, a freshman who has committed to the Gophers, had two goals for the Bluejackets.

In the Bronze Division, Katie Flynn scored a hat trick in East Ridge’s 6-1 victory over Moose Lake at the Schwan Super Rink. Sidney Zavoral scored twice and had an assist.

Jordyn Vowels made 40 saves for Totino-Grace in their shootout win over St. Francis/North Branch. Mary Blaska scored in regulation for the Eagles, Jenna Kurkowski for St. Francis/North Branch as the teams tied 1-1.

Laine Devries had a hat trick for Chisago Lakes in the Wildcats’ 8-2 win over St. Paul/Henry Sibley in the Open American Division.

Danielle Burgen added two goals and three assists.

Walser Invitational: Brainerd/Little Falls, ranked No. 10 in Class 2A, beat North Wright County 3-2 in the quarterfinals at Braemar Arena in Edina on Abby Pohlkamp’s goal in the third period that made it 3-1.

Mackenzie Dunn’s goal brought North Wright County within one, but the River Hawks weren’t able to catch the Warriors despite outshooting them 13-5 in the final period.

Olivia King made 26 saves for Brainerd/Little Falls, Anna Larose 16 for North Wright County.

In another Walser Invitational game, Chloe Corbin scored two goals to lead Maple Grove, No. 6 in Class 2A, to a 3-1 win over Stillwater.

Mannon McMahon scored the other goal for the Crimson. Lucy Morgan made 27 saves in the win.


Boys’ hockey

Premier tournament: Blayde Pogreba had four goals and two assists to lead St. Paul Johnson to a 10-5 win over Luverne at Doug Woog Arena in South St. Paul.

Thomas Heesch added two goals and three assists for the Governors. Colby Crabtree had a pair of goals and two assists for the Cardinals.

Michael Beneke led Eagan to a 9-4 victory over Hopkins with his hat trick. Keegan Johnson added two goals and two assists.

Tom Gazich had two goals for the Royals.

Zach Lanz scored a hat trick to lead Woodbury past New Prague 4-1.

Staff reports