Minnetonka vs. Brainerd/Little Falls

3 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 30

Lacey Martin has been a goal-scoring phenomenon for No. 4-2A Minnetonka so far this season, tallying 11 points in five games to rank among the state leaders. But 10 other players have at least four points for the Skippers (4-1-0, 0-0-0), highlighting the team’s superb depth.

Minnetonka’s Brynn Dulac has three shutouts among her four wins, and ranks among the state leaders in goals against average (1.20) and save percentage (.940). 

Runner-up in last year’s Class 2A state tournament (Minnetonka finished third), Brainerd/Little Falls (3-2-0, 0-0-0) has already played some of the state’s toughest competition — losing 4-3 to No. 10-2A Eden Prairie on Nov. 14, beating No. 2-2A Blake 5-1 two days later, and being shut out 3-0 by No. 5-2A Forest Lake on Nov. 23. Senior Bemidji State commit Gabbie Smith has done the bulk of the team’s scoring, recording seven goals.