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Highlights: Saturday, Feb. 3

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


Breck 3, Alexandria 1. Olivia Mobley scored twice to push Class 1A, No. 2 Breck past No. 3-1A Alexandria.  Marki Oberg scored the Cardinals only goal in the first period, while Mustangs goaltender Uma Corniea stopped 19 shots in the final two periods protect her team's lead in a 26-save performance.

South St. Paul 4, Rochester Lourdes 2. Class 1A, No. 13 Rochester Lourdes looked poised to upset No. 7 South St. Paul after scoring two first-period goals. Packers senior Mackenna Emery responded with four unanswered goals, netting the ultimate game-winner midway through the third period and adding an empty-net goal in the final minute. Emma Schmitz assisted both the Eagles goals.

Minnetonka 3, Eden Prairie 2 (OT). Skippers junior Kate Hoelscher ended a month-long scoring drought by netting the overtime game-winner six minutes into the extra session. Eagles forward Carrie Byrnes tied the game with 39 seconds left in the third period. Minnetonka goaltender Abby Manlove stopped 28 of 30 shots she faced, while Eden Prairie goalie Alexa Dobchuk made 33 saves.

Edina 3, Elk River/Zimmerman 2 (OT). Elk River/Zimmerman goaltender Megan Jung stopped 20 consecutive shots before Edina's Emily Oden thwarted the Elks upset bid 18 seconds into overtime. Jung made 37 total saves, while Hornets goalie Megan Smith stopped 22 of 24 shots.

Mahtomedi 9, North Shore 2. Mahtomedi eighth-grader Allie Franco tallied three goals and two assists in the first period and added a fourth goal in the second period for a season-high six points. Zephyrs sophomore Megan Johnson posted five points, while Aurora Johnson and Cora Carter found the net for North Shore.

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