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Highlights: Wednesday, Feb. 7

By Kassondra Burtis, SportsEngine, 02/07/18, 11:30PM CST

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Apple Valley 3, Hastings 2, OT. Reagan Roelofs was the overtime hero for the Eagles, scoring the game-winning goal over seven minutes into the extra frame. Trailing by two goals entering the third period, the Eagles scored two unanswered goals off the sticks of Sydney Johnson and Ashlyn Hird to tie the score, with Hird’s goal scored with just 44 seconds left in the third. Kealey Jensen, Emma Vogelgesang, and Makena Nelson each tallied two assists. Goaltender Keni Allen earned the win in net with 15 saves. The Raiders’ Alayna Kunshier stopped 23 shots, as Libby Judge and Josie Kummer scored the Raider goals.

Lakeville North 1, Northfield 0. Maggie Flaherty scored a short-handed goal with less than six minutes left in the game and Kallie Schneider was perfect in net, making nine saves. The Raiders’ Mallory Tidona turned aside 23 shots.

East Ridge 3, Burnsville 1. The Raptors scored three unanswered third-period goals, led by Fiona Claugherty’s one goal and one assist. Addi Scribner and Mackenzie Werner accounted for the Raptors’ other goals. Lyndsey Howard scored the lone Blaze goal. East Ridge’s Lindsay Carlson made 25 saves, as the Blaze’s Riley Pester stopped 26 shots.

Chisago Lakes 3, Minneapolis 0. A trio of Wildcats tallied two points each in a win over Minneapolis. Jenna Lawry and Malia Mckinnon each scored a goal and added an assist, and Danielle Burgen contributed two assists. Megan Lerfald earned the shutout win with 24 saves, as Minneapolis’ Lilah Schulz stopped 18 shots.

Eagan 5, Rosemount 0. Jenna Ruiz and Taylor Anderson each scored two goals in the Wildcats’ shutout win and Anderson added an assist on Ruiz’s second goal. Goaltender Maddie Nickell made 12 saves to earn her fourth shutout of the season. Brynn Kimel of the Irish stopped 40 shots.

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