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Tuesday's metro roundup

By Star Tribune staff reports, 12/28/10, 10:23PM CST


Hill-Murray beats Lakeville South in semifinals

HILL-MURRAY 3, LAKEVILLE SOUTH 2 (OT): Sarah Bobrowski scored her fourth goal of the season with 18 seconds remaining in overtime, putting the Pioneers in the finals of the Edina invitational with a victory over the Cougars in the semifinals. All four of Bobrowski’s goals have come in the last three games. Teammate Brittney Anderson’s goal with 4 minutes, 19 seconds left tied it at two.

ANOKA 12, HOLY ANGELS 0: Katie Johnson had five goals and two assists as the Tornadoes shut out the Stars in the Andover tournament. Blair Parent chipped in with one goal and four assists.

CHASKA/CHANHASSEN 3, FARIBAULT 2: Megan Williams and Kaitlin Storo scored third-period goals as the Hawks rallied past the Falcons in the Andover tournament.

EAGAN 11, SHAKOPEE 4: Five Wildcats players had at least four points in a win over the Sabers in the Eden Prairie tournament. They were: Bre Steele (two goals, three assists), Shelby Williams (one goal, four assists), Sarah Jackson (two goals, two assists), Molly Sparks (two goals, two assists) and Megan Wolfe (one goal, three assists).

HOPKINS 3, DULUTH 2: Good thing Corbin Boyd didn’t wait until the last second to score. Boyd scored with 2 seconds remaining, giving the Royals a victory over the Northern Stars in the consolation bracket of the Edina invitational. Boyd also set up Allison Rolandelli’s power-play goal with 4 minutes left, tying it at two.

LAKEVILLE NORTH 2, SARTELL-ST. STEPHEN 1: Christi Vetter scored with 20 seconds remaining, giving the Panthers a victory over the Sabres.

MOUNDS VIEW 5, ELK RIVER 4: Natalie Stoltz scored with 4 minutes, 30 seconds left, lifting the Mustangs past the Elks in the Centennial tournament. Teammate Elli Marvin scored the tying goal five minutes earlier. Maddie Peaks had two goals and two assists for the Mustangs. Elk River standout Jonna Curtis had one goal and two assists.

STILLWATER 6, MAPLE GROVE 4: Hannah Okerstrom’s unassisted power-play goal midway through the third period turned out to be the game winner in the Ponies’ victory over the Crimson in the Eden Prairie tournament. Stillwater scored the first four goals.

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