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Highlights: Tuesday Feb. 7

By SportsEngine Staff, 02/07/17, 10:15PM CST


Elk River 9, Spring Lake Park 1. Three different players scored two goals each, as Elk River No. 4-2A pulled away from Spring Lake Park. Jax Murray scored the first of his two goals just 33 seconds into the game. The win moves Elk River to 18-4 on the year.

White Bear Lake 2, Centennial 2. Overtime wasn’t enough to break the tie as White Bear Lake and Centennial No. 8-2A ended in a draw. Ryan Kranz scored the game-tying goal for Centennial at the 5:57 mark in the 3rd. Austin Carroll and Connor Bjornberg netted goals for White Bear Lake.

Becker/Big Lake 5, Legacy Christian 3. Weston Shug scored two goals and added an assist to lead Becker/Big Lake. Goaltender Zach Peihl stopped 27 of the 30 shots he faced. Aaron Moots recorded two points for Legacy Christian.

St. Paul Academy and Summit School 7Providence Academy 4. Jack Johnston recorded a hat-trick and added an assist for St. Paul Academy No. 4-1A. Dev Mccabe dished out three assists in the win. Zach Giesler scored twice for Providence Academy.

Orono 6, Waconia 2. David Burns and Jack Suchy each scored a pair of goals to lead the Spartans to victory. The win moves Orono to 13-8 on the season. Adam Laumann and Dylan Rosenau scored for Waconia.

Lakeville North 6, Lakeville South 2. Henry Enebak had a monster game for Lakeville North No. 7-2A, scoring twice and dishing out three assists. Blake Brandt also added three assists. Zach Baur and Bradley Golant netted goals for South.

Hermantown 6, Superior Spartans 0. Logan Judnick led the way with two goals for Hermantown No. 1-1A. Cade Mcewen faced only six shots and stopped them all. The win moves Hermantown to 19-1-1.

Cretin-Derham Hall 5, Blake 2. Grayson Milosch scored a goal and added two assists to lead Cretin-Derham Hall. Michael Kramer and Edward Vrtis also added three points in the win. Bennett Hawley added two points for Blake.

South St. Paul 4, Owatonna 1. Matthew Gellerman netted two goals to lead South St. Paul to victory. Samuel Rohrer added three assists in the win. John Swenson scored the lone goal for Owatonna.

Eagan 6, Hastings 1. Keegan Johnson scored three goals to lead the way for Eagan. Eagan scored four goals in the third period alone. Zack Johnson netted the lone goal for Hastings.

Boys Hockey: Shakopee 3, Henry Sibley 2. Sophomore Johnny McGuire scored the first goal of the match to give Henry Sibley a 1-0 lead late in the first period. Shakopee responded with two swift goals to end the first, including a power play goal by junior Noah Schuhmacher with a single second remaining in the period. Senior Mathew Smieja scored a goal for Shakopee late in the second period to secure the win for the South Suburban.

Boys Hockey: Red Wing 4, Mankato East 2. Senior Hunter Johnson scored two straight power-play goals for Mankato East, giving the Cougars a 2-0 lead heading into the second period. Red Wing Seniors Seth Cushing and Tyler Defore racked up two goals and two assists each throughout the next two periods.

Boys Hockey: North St. Paul 7, East Ridge 4. Junior Jake Edmunds led North St. Paul with two goals, including the first in regulation. A goal by East Ridge sophomore Nick Basten brought the game within a single goal midway through the third period, but two quick goals by North St. Paul juniors Kearby Larson and Joe Reubish sealed it.

Boys Hockey: La Crescent 6, Winona 1. Senior Carter Schmitz and sophomore Alex Boudreau each tallied up two goals and an assist for La Crescent. Winona’s lone goal was scored by senior Matt King late in the first period.

Boys Hockey: Mounds View 3, Mahtomedi 3 OT. Mounds View was up 2-1 heading into the third period thanks to goals by junior Vann Hartigan and senior Colin Baird. Junior Joe Sutton put Mounds View up 3-1 early in the third period, but shortly after Mahtomedi senior Matt Vannelli scored his second goal of the match. Then, with a little over a minute left in regulation, Mahtomedi junior Charlie Bartholomew tied the game up to send the match to overtime, where the score remained tied.

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