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Highlights: Saturday, Feb. 3

By Trevor Squire, SportsEngine, 02/03/18, 10:00PM CST


Duluth Marshall snapped St. Thomas Academy's 19-game unbeaten streak.

Duluth Marshall 4, St. Thomas Academy 3 (OT). Class 2A, No. 17 Duluth Marshall scored three unanswered goals to deal No. 2-2A St. Thomas Academy its first loss since its season-opener on Nov. 24. Peter Hansen netted the overtime game-winner to snap the Cadets' 18-game unbeaten streak. St. Thomas Academy forward Rob Christy played a hand in all three of the Cadets goals for a game-high three points.

Northfield 5, St. Paul Academy 4 (OT). Raiders senior  Jacob Halvorson netted a goal in each period, but it was freshman Carson Van Zulien who scored a power-play goal six minutes into overtime to clinch Northfield the victory.  Spartans foward Adam Zukowski tallied his third goal of the game with 1 minute, 20 seconds left in regulation to send the game to overtime.

Hermantown 4, Mahtomedi 1. In a meeting of the top two teams in Class 1A, No. 1 Hermantown ran away with the win behind the effort of sophomore Blake Biondi who scored all four of the Hawks goals. Hermantown goaltender Cole Manahan stopped 26 shots, only surrendering a goal to the No. 2 Zephyrs' Noah Skillings in the middle period.

Coon Rapids 4, Osseo 0. Coon Rapids goalie Connor Wise's 37-save shutout, the first of his career, helped the Cardinals claim their fifth win of the season over Osseo. Orioles goalie Ben Kleineschay made 16 saves, while Coon Rapids forward Duncan Mckenna scored twice and added an assist. 

Wayzata 7, Grand Rapids 1. After announcing his commitment to the Air Force Academy on Friday, Wayzata senior Griffin Ness celebrated with a second-period natural hat trick where he scored twice on the power play. Wyatt Miskovich netted the Thunderhawks' lone goal.

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