Grand Rapids 7, Hopkins 0. Keaghan Graeber and Gavin Hain both score a pair of goals in the win for No.3-2A Grand Rapids. Blake McLaughlin recorded three assists and goaltender Gabe Holum earned the shutout with 17 saves. Hopkins goaltender Bobby Wilson stopped 33 shots.
Edina 7, Academy of Holy Angels 2. Jett Jungels and Bram Scheerer both scored two goals apiece in the win for No.4-2A Edina. Sam Walker tallied three assists and goaltender Garrett Mackay stopped 18. Academy of Holy Angels goaltender Brendan Pasdo stopped 31 and Jack Knapp had a goal and an assist.
Wayzata 4, Cretin-Derham Hall 3. Four skaters score in the second period for Wayzata. Colin Schmidt recorded two assists and goaltender Sawyer Andersen stopped 18. Cretin-Derham Hall’s Nick Davison tallied a goal and goaltender Mike Magnuson stopped 24 shots.
Breck 3, St. Paul Academy/Summit School 2. No.4-1A Breck’s Evan Beniek had a goal and an assist in the win. Goaltender Linden Olness stopped 19 of 22 shots. Dom Picciano had a pair of goals for No.3-1A St. Paul Academy/Summit School. Goaltender Andy Beran stopped 37 of 40.
Blake 3, Chanhassen 2. Bennett Hawley had a goal and an assist in the win, and goaltender John Broucek stopped 27 of 29 shots. Chanhassen’s Jack Haley had a goal and an assist, and goaltender Zack Swisher stopped 24 of 27 shots.
Minnehaha Academy 3, Bloomington Kennedy 2. Elliot Drew’s third period goal at 9:23 was enough for the win for Minnehaha Academy. Alex Jordan had a goal and an assist and goaltender Justin Evanson stopped 19 shots. Bloomington Kennedy’s David Beacom had a goal and an assist, and goaltender Devin Dietz stopped a whopping 42 of 45 shots.
Roseau 4, St. Cloud 3. Two short handed goals in the third period was not enough for St. Cloud. Carter Rieland scored twice for St. Cloud, and goaltender Soren Falloon stopped 22 shots. Roseau’s Nathan Adrian scored a pair of goals and goaltender WIllie Woolever had 20 saves.
Woodbury 3, White Bear Lake 1. Alex Stuckert had a goal and an assist and leading scorer Ben Wahlin tallied a goal for Woodbury. Goaltender John Conlee stopped 27 of 28 shots. White Bear Lake’s Alec Akins scored the lone goal, and goaltender Bob Parenteau stopped 20.
Minneapolis 2, Providence Academy 1 OT. Leading goal-scorer Jake Hale scored at 1:27 in overtime to get the win for Minneapolis. Earlier Huck Sorock scored in the third period to force overtime, and goaltender Preston Holt stopped 20 of 21 shots. Providence Academy’s Zach Binger scored the lone goal and goaltender Bradley Koskie stopped 16.
St. Thomas Academy 7, Tartan 1. Nico Vega and Ray Christy both score a pair of goals for No.5-2A St. Thomas Academy. Goaltender Vinny Capezza stopped 11 shots. Tartan’s Brad Herzog scored the lone goal and goaltender Bennett Poganski stopped 46 of 53 shots.
Hibbing/Chisholm 4, Albert Lea 1. Dylan Mattson tallied two goals and an assist and Zach DeBoom tallied two goals and two assists for No.10-1A Hibbing/Chisholm. The Bluejackets dominated in shots 50-10. Goaltender Paxton Kriske stopped nine shots. Albert Lea’s Dawson Luttrell had the lone goal and goaltender Benjamin Witham stopped a whopping 46 shots.
Elk River 4, Blaine 2. Connor Bizal scored a pair of goals in the win for No.2-2A Elk River. Goaltender Benny Meyers stopped 21 shots. Blaine’s Will Hillman scored, and goaltender Joe Daninger saved 28.