White Bear Lake 2, Eastview 1, OT. Sydney Shearen was the overtime hero for the Bears, scoring the game-winner 2:02 into the extra frame. Shearen also scored the Bears’ only regulation goal late in the second period to tie the game. Calla Frank stopped 33 shots for the Bears, while Amelia Julian made 26 saves for the Lightning.
Holy Family/Waconia 2, Delano/Rockford 1. Molly Garin scored both goals for the Wild Fire, including the eventual game-winner on the power play in the third period, as Alex Pellicci made 25 saves in the win. Mary Beth Kivisto scored the Tigers’ lone goal early in the first period, and goaltender Grace Glasrud made 40 saves.
Northfield 4, Mankato West 2. Four different players scored in the win for the Raiders, but Mya Wesling and Jessica Boland were the only skaters with two points, as each scored a goal and added an assist. Mallory Tidona made 17 saves in the win. Courtney Bloemke tallied a goal and assist while Sarah Olsen stopped 30 shots for the Scarlets.
Champlin Park/Coon Rapids 4, Totino-Grace 0. Sofie Sinjem scored two second-period goals and added an assist as goalie Baleigh Shuck turned aside all 16 shots she faced to lead the Cardinals. Erin Stehler made 20 saves for the Eagles.
Rogers 6, Chisago Lakes 0. Paetyn Levis tallied four points for the Royals, scoring the game’s final goal short-handed to complete her hat trick. Danielle Hoppe scored twice for the Royals, as Hailey Hartlage turned aside 15 shots for the shutout. Anna Kittleson made 24 saves for the Wildcats.
Edina 5, Breck 0. Five players contributed at least two points for the Hornets, including Annie Kuehl’s two goals and Tella Jungels’ three assists, as Elli Strittmater made 18 saves. Uma Corniea stopped 24 shots in the Mustangs’ loss.
Spring Lake Park 7, Irondale 1. Kamryn Crawford scored two goals and added two assists and Heather Sager tallied two goals and an assist to lead the Panthers’ offense. Sami Miller posted a .971 save percentage as she stopped 33 shots in the win, while Zoe Stegora-Peterson made 25 saves for the Knights.
Bloomington Jefferson 6, St. Paul Blades 0. Julia Jones had a three-point night for the Jaguars, scoring two goals and adding an assist as Mara McClain made 13 saves. Taylor Nelson stopped 33 shots for the Blades.