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2020 Class 1A and Class 2A all-tournament teams revealed

By Paul Patane, SportsEngine, 02/23/20, 4:30PM CST


Twenty-four players — 12 from each class — were honored with all-tourney selections this postseason.

In addition to helping Breck win this year's Class 1A state championship, freshman Ava Lindsay (pictured) was one of three Mustangs selected to the small-school all-tourney team. Photo by Earl J. Ebensteiner, SportsEngine

In addition to helping Breck win this year's Class 1A state championship, freshman Ava Lindsay (pictured) was one of three Mustangs selected to the small-school all-tourney team. Photo by Earl J. Ebensteiner, SportsEngine

Breck, which won its third consecutive state championship on Saturday, got a little extra excitement in the form of some bonus hardware that was handed out to a few Mustangs during the postgame ceremony in the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.

Ava Lindsay, a freshman forward from top-seeded Breck, was one of three Mustangs chosen to the Class 1A all-tournament team. A Minnesota commit, Lindsay put up impressive offensive numbers during the tourney. She recorded seven points, including a goal and three assists in the Mustangs’ 6-0 Class 1A state championship victory over No. 3 seed Cloquet-Esko-Carlton.

Lindsay received her hardware alongside teammates Olivia Mobley and Emily Zumwinkle.

Mobley has been stockpiling awards recently, being named this year’s Ms. Hockey at a banquet Sunday, and she was announced the Star Tribune’s Metro Player of the Year in girls' hockey a week ago. A three-time all-tournament honoree, Mobley scored eight goals and added two helpers in this season’s tourney. A Qunnipiac commit, Mobley finished her season with 57 goals and 37 assists while helping Breck to yet another state championship. Zumwinkle, a Minnesota commit, had eight assists in the tournament.

Class 1A runner-up Cloquet-Esko-Carlton also had three players chosen to the all-tournament team. Forwards Tenley Stewart and Taylor Nelson were selected alongside freshman goalie Araya Kiminski. Stewart and Nelson combined for three goals and four assists last week, while Kiminski had a shutout, and stopped a total of 66 shots and had a 2.85 goals-against average in three tournament games.

While Breck and Cloquet-Esko-Carlton combined for six all-tourney recipients, six spots were reserved for players from Class 1A's Warroad, Hutchinson and South St. Paul. Despite being upset 5-3 by the Lumberjacks in the semifinal round on Friday, the second-seeded Warriors also got three honorees in forwards Geno Hendrickson and Sydney Phaneuf, and defender Karlie Meeker. Hendrickson and Phaneuf each had a goal and an assist in their loss to Cloquet-Esko-Carlton.

In Class 2A, No. 2 seed Andover was rewarded for knocking No. 1 seed Edina off its thrown. The Hornets, who won the Class 2A state title in 2017, 2018 and 2019, were taken down by a Huskies team that boasts four all-tournament recipients.

Andover forwards Gabby Krause, Jamie Nelson and Peyton Hemp, and defender Kennedy Little helped guide Andover to just a two-loss season and a 5-3 triumph over Edina to claim the big-school title. Krause powered Andover offensively with two goals and an assist in the championship game after netting the overtime winner in the Huskies’ 4-3 victory over No. 3 seed Minnetonka in a semifinal matchup on Friday.

Edina had three all-tournament recipients in Vivian and Tella Jungels, and Hannah Chorske. Minnetonka, meanwhile, also had three honorees in goalie Brynn Dulac, and defenders Maggie Nicholson and Hanna Baskin.

The all-tourney teams, presented by the Minnesota State High School League and Wells Fargo, were chosen by a panel of coaches who attended the tournaments.

View the tables below to see a complete list of who made the teams.

Class 1A all-tournament team

Player Position School
Lilie Ramirez Defender South St. Paul
Alex Hantge Forward Hutchinson
Hannah Ladwig Goalie Hutchinson
Sydney Phaneuf Forward Warroad
Geno Hendrickson Forward Warroad
Karlie Meeker Defender Warroad
Tenley Stewart Forward Cloquet-Esko-Carlton
Taylor Nelson Forward Cloquet-Esko-Carlton
Araya Kiminski Goalie Cloquet-Esko-Carlton
Olivia Mobley Forward Breck
Ava Lindsay Forward Breck
Emily Zumwinkle Defender Breck

Class 2A all-tournament team

Player Position School
Memphis Mertens Forward Roseau
Brooke Cassibo Goalie Maple Grove
Hanna Baskin Defender Minnetonka
Maggie Nicholson Defender Minnetonka
Brynn Dulac Goalie Minnetonka
Tella Jungels Forward Edina
Hannah Chorske Forward Edina
Vivian Jungles Defender Edina
Peyton Hemp Forward Andover
Jamie Nelson Forward Andover
Kennedy Little Defender Andover
Gabby Krause Forward Andover

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