Mahtomedi 3, Thief River Falls 0. No. 5-1A Mahtomedi’s Luke Posner tallied two goals on the night, and Charlie Bartholomew recorded two assists. Goaltender Josh Campbell earned the shutout with 15 saves. Nick Corneliusen had 35 saves for Thief River Falls.
Eden Prairie 4, Stillwater 1. Two third-period goals gives No. 6-2A Eden Prairie the win over No. 1-2A Stillwater. Casey Mittelstadt tallied two goals, and goaltender Nick Wiencek saved 28 of 29 shots. Stillwater’s Matthew Stanton scored the lone goal, and goaltender Seth Eisele stopped 19 shots.
Moose Lake Area 4, Legacy Christian 2. Wyatt Lampel scored twice in the win for Moose Lake Area, and Mark Fossum had a goal and an assist. Goaltender Logan McNulty stopped 19 shots. Legacy Christian’s Ben Spande scored, and goaltender Nic Liebold stoped 29 shots.
Prior Lake 7, Apple Valley 1. Ryan Murray had a goal and two assists, and Carter Collins picked up two assists in the win for Prior Lake. Goaltender Dany Long stopped 13 of 14 shots. Ryan Gale scored the lone goal for Apple Valley, and goaltender Lucky Bolden stopped 26 shots.
Holy Family Catholic 8, Benilde-St. Margaret 0. No. 7-2A Holy Family Catholic’s Patrick Reddan and Joe Hankinson each scored a pair of goals, and Ben Almquist had a goal and three assists. Goaltender Jared Moe earned the shutout with 11 saves. Goaltender Zach Everett stopped 37 shots for Benilde-St. Margaret.
Northfield 5, Albert Lea 4. Devon Jirik scored a pair of goals on the night, and Griffin Loecher had a goal and an assist for Northfield. Goaltender Ryan Bielenberg stopped 19 shots. Albert Lea’s Mitchell Evans had a goal and an assist, and Samuel Chalmers tallied three assists. Goaltender Benjamin Witham had 33 saves.
Luverne 4, Waseca 0. Four different players combined for the Luverne win, as Declan Beers had a goal and an assist. Goaltender Kaden Ericson earned the shutout with 23 saves. Waseca goaltender Andrew Weber had 33 saves.
East Grand Forks 4, Hibbing/Chisholm 3. Coby Strauss had the game-winning goal at 16:20 in the third period to give No. 7-1A East Grand Forks the win. Casey Kallock had two assists, and goaltender Tucker Brown stopped 21 shots. No. 11-1A Hibbing/Chisholm’s Zach DeBoom had two goals and an assist, and goaltender Paxton Kriske stopped 24 shots.
Farmington 3, Shakopee 1. Alex Trippel had two third-period goals to give Farmington the win, and Darby Grengs had two assists. Goaltender Gavin Enright stopped 19 shots. Shakopee’s Thomas Schmid had the lone goal, and goaltender Adam Bleess stopped 31.
Burnsville 3, Lakeville South 1. Roman Ahcan had a goal and an assist in the win for Burnsville, and Logan Kittleson tallied two assists. Goaltender Josh Kenney stopped 32 shots. Lakeville South’s Jake Oelrich had a goal and goaltender Isaiah DiLaura stopped 18 shots.
St. Michael-Albertville 1. Jesse Jacques had a pair of goals for No. 1-1A Hermantown, and Ryan Sandelin had a goal and two assists. Goaltender Cade McEwan stopped a whopping 36 shots. Val Popowski had a goal for St.Michael-Albertville, and goaltender Kyle Hayden stopped 26 shots.
Woodbury 4, East Ridge 1. Ben Wahlin had a goal and an assist for Woodbury, and Ronnie Sweeny tallied a goal and an assist. Goaltender John Conlee stopped 19 shots. Luke Landin scored the lone goal for East Ridge, and goaltender Nick Stearns stopped 22.
Hill-Murray 2, Edina 1. Joey Petronack and Anthony Hurley each get a goal for No.4-2A Hill-Murray. Goaltender Jake Begley stopped 30 of 31 shots. Evan Shoemaker had the lone goal for No. 2-2A Edina. Goaltender Garrett Mackay stopped 12 of 14 shots.
St. Cloud Cathedral 6, Blake 4. Two third-period goals give No. 6-1A St. Cloud Cathedral. Michael Spethmann had two goals and an assist, and goaltender Jake Levinski stopped 14 shots. Blake’s Jackson Saunders had a goal and an assist, and goaltender John Broucek stopped 28 shots.
Lakeville North 6, Eastview 1. No. 5-2A Lakeville North’s Spencer Schneider had two goals and an assist, and Tommy Klans had a goal and an assist. Goaltender Buzz Eigner stopped 17 of 18 shots. Eastview’s Tyler Kukowski had a goal, and goaltender Ben Beattie stopped 31 shots.
Park of Cottage Grove 4, Forest Lake 3 OT. Jack Valento scored the game-winning goal in overtime at 2:53 for Park of Cottage Grove. Keegan Oberding had a goal and two assists, and goaltender Luke Maul stopped 36 shots. Forest Lake’s Dylan Fink had a goal and an assist, and goaltender Brady Peterson stopped 32 shots.
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