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By Star Tribune staff reports, 12/04/10, 10:35PM CST


Tony Cameranesi's overtime goal lifts Wayzata past Duluth East

WAYZATA 2, DULUTH EAST 1 (OT): Senior center Tony Cameranesi scored 7:14 into overtime as the Trojans topped the Greyhounds. Duluth East goalie JoJo Jeanetta kept his team in the game as his team was outshot 31-18 in regulation. The Greyhounds then came on strong in the overtime period, outshooting Wayzata 5-1 before Cameranesi netted the winner.
BENILDE-ST. MARGARET'S 3, HILL-MURRAY 1: Consistency was the key for the Red Knights in their victory over another top-10 team. Benilde got a goal in each period, including a pair from sophomore forward Grant Besse, as his team outshot the Pioneers 33-23. Hill-Murray senior defenseman J.D. Cotroneo cut the lead to 2-1 in the second period with a power-play goal, but in the third Besse sealed it with his second of the game, the first power-play goal for the Red Knights this season.
MINNETONKA 5, ROSEAU 4: Both Minnetonka and Roseau saved their best for last. With the score 1-1 after two periods, the teams exploded for a combined seven goals in the third period. Skippers junior forward Sam Rothstein scored shorthanded with 1:33 left, which turned out to be the game-winner after Roseau got a late power-play goal from senior Travis Connell.
BLAINE 6, WILLMAR 4: Blaine freshman defender Alex Copa scored the game-winner with 5:23 left and junior center Dylan Lambert added an insurance goal 15 seconds later, his second of the game, as the Bengals took down the Cardinals in Willmar. Despite being outshot 50-12 for the game, Willmar tied it 4-4 midway through the third period with a goal from senior center Gabe Amon. Cardinals goalie Christian Yrttimaa kept his team in the game with 44 saves.
ARMSTRONG 5, COON RAPIDS 3: It was a rollercoaster victory for Armstrong. The Falcons started hot, taking a 3-0 lead after the first period on goals from forwards Ches Masserano, Ryan Enselein and Brady Johnson. But Coon Rapids stormed back with a pair of power-play goals from sophomore defensman Jake Bruner in the second period, and then tied it 3-3 with a power-play goal from senior forward Joe Koperski 59 seconds into the third. Armstrong senior defender Jack Goihl grabbed momentum back for the Falcons with a goal four minutes later, and Masserano sealed it with his second of the game, a shorthanded goal with less than five minutes to play.

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