Brainerd/Little Falls 4, North Wright County 3 OT. Abby Pohlkamp scored at 4:49 in overtime to give the Warriors a win. Pohlkamp scored a pair of goals in the win, and teammate Cheyenne Abear had a goal and an assist. Goaltender Olivia King had 11 saves. MacKenzie Bourgerie had a strong game for North Wright County scoring a pair of goals. Teammate Sydney Lemke picked up her 16th and 17th assists in the game, and goaltender Anna LaRose was busy in net making 25 saves.
Hill-Murray 2, Blaine 1. Katie Kaufman scored the game-winning goal in the third period to give No. 4-2A Hill-Murray the win. Abigail Boreen had a goal and an assist in the win, and goaltender Ava Bailey stopped 24 of the 25 shots she faced. Brityn Fussy scored her fifth goal of the season for No. 8-2A Blaine. Goaltender Jaela O’Brien made 22 saves.
Centennial 3, Spring Lake Park 0. Emily Nadeau scored her seventh and eighth goals of the season in the win for No. 3-2A Centennial. Teammate Gabbie Hughes had a good game for Centennial contributing three assists. Goaltender Mackie Torma earned the shutout with six saves. Goaltender Sami Miller had a whopping 42 saves for Spring Lake Park.
Edina 3, Minnetonka 0. CC Bowlby scored her 22nd goal of the season for No. 1-2A Edina. Teammate Emily Oden also had a good game scoring and tallying an assist. Goaltender Megan Smith was perfect between the pipes stopping 18 shots. Minnetonka goaltender Abby Manlove had 20 saves.
Mound Westonka 2, Proctor/Hermantown 1. Emily Schepers scored her eleventh goal of the season in the third period to give Mound Westonka the win. Teammate Lauren Burris scored her eighth goal of the season, and teammate Taylor Smith was a wall stopping 35 of 36 shots faced. Dehli Helkes scored her tenth goal of the season for No. 10-1A Proctor/Hermantown. Goaltender Ryan Gray had 17 saves.