Rochester Mayo 7, St. Paul Blades 6 OT. Senior Hanna Zavoral single handedly terrorized the Rochester Mayo, scoring an incredible six goals and securing her spot as first in the state in goals. Rochester Mayo junior Eryn Fjelsted scored two goals, and fellow junior Lindsey Grafstrom scored three goals including the game winner in overtime on a power play.
Spring Lake Park/Coon Rapids 1, Maple Grove 0. Freshman Lindsey Albers scored the lone goal of the match for Spring Lake Park/Coon Rapids 1:41 into the third period. Spring Lake Park junior goalie Sami Miller saved 29 of 29 shots on goal, while Maple Grove senior Coco Francis saved 5 of 6 and fellow senior Breanna Blesi saved 10 of 10.
Anoka 5, Champlin Park 4 OT. Seniors Kaylee Wood and Emily Schwartz each scored a goal in the opening 10 minutes of regulation for Champlin Park. Sophomore Victoria Neumann then proceeded to score four goals for Anoka, two of which were on a power play, helping send the match into overtime; where junior Anna Guimont scored the game winning goal for Anoka.
Mound Westonka 3, Orono 2. Senior Liz Schepers and sophomore Lauren Burris each scored for Mound Westonka in the first period. Then in the second period, freshman Molly Martini and junior Ellie Schaible each scored a goal for Orono. Schepers proceeded to win the game for Mound Westonka late in the third, scoring with less than two minutes remaining.
Prior Lake 3, Apple Valley 3 OT. Junior Reagan Roelofs scored the lone goal of the first period for Apple Valley. Prior Lake junior Kelly Gleason scored a goal with less than 30 seconds remaining to send the match into overtime; where neither team succeeded in scoring.
Owatonna 1, Red Wing 1 OT. Owatonna junior Margo Achterkirch scored the first goal of the match early in the 3rd period. Red Wing junior Taylor Heise tied up the game up a few minutes later, as the Minnesota committee racked up her 46th point on the year. Owatonna junior goalie Laura Ebeling saved 29 of 30 shots on goal, while Red WIng sophomore goalie Tyler McGrath saved 22 of 23.
Alexandria 2, WIllmar 1. Eighth grader Anna Doherty scored the opening goal for Alexandria midway through the second period. Sophomore Serena Monson scored a few minutes later for Willmar, tying up the match 1-1 heading into the third period. Doherty then proceeded to score the game winning goal early in the third.