Wes Berg scored seven minutes in overtime to beat the Gentry Academy 2-1 over Lakeville North.
Berg scored both goals on Thursday for the Gentry Academy (12-3-0) and has scored 14 goals in 15 games this season. He scored with 5:55 left in the second period, equalizing after Lakeville North’s Kyle Doll initially gave the Panthers an 11-3-0 lead five minutes into the second period.
Polar Bear Lake 6, Woodbury 1: White Bear Lake (8-6-0) scored six unanswered goals, including three in a row from Tyler Bishop, to end the game over Woodbury (9-7-0).
Woodbury’s Ethan Hansen broke the goalless tie 49 seconds into the second period, but White Bear Lake responded with three goals in the second period. Bishop then scored three goals, all in the third period, to secure the win.
Other points: Roseville tied Cottage Grove Park 2-2; Cretin-Derham Hall defeated Forest Lake 6-2; Pryor Lake defeated Farmington 8-5; Mounds View defeated East Ridge 6-1.
Lakeville South 2, Prior Lake 0: Lakeville South (19-1-0, 13-0-0) continued its unbeaten conference season by dominating defense over Pryor Lake (5-14-1, 3-10-0). The Lakers landed just 10 shots overnight, while the Cougars landed 45 shots on goal.
Prior Lake goaltender Olivia Hansen withstood most of the Cougars’ offensive attacks, but Claire Enright and Brynn O’Neal were able to get past her. Lakeville South has climbed to the top of the state rankings by finishing 3rd in the latest Let’s Play Hockey Poll.
Edina 4, Cretin-Derham Hall 0: Cretin-Derham Hall (13-5-2) couldn’t contain Edina (18-1-0) as the Hornets’ offense landed 45 runs and scored four goals.
Midway through the second period, the game was tied before Edina scored three goals within three minutes to open the game. Cretin-Derham Hall landed 24 shots but failed to score a single goaltender from Edina Uma Kornia.
Other points: Burnsville defeated Apple Valley 12-6; Rosemount defeated Egan 5-0; Eastview defeated Shakopee 4-3.
Basketball for boys
South St. Paul 69, Simli 59: A dominant first half saw South St. Paul (15–0) beat Simley (9–3) and maintain an unbeaten start to the season.
South St. Paul led with 15 at halftime with strong performances from Devin Newsom and Alonzo Dodd. Dodd finished with 22 points and Newsom added 19. Kevin Wormer led Simley by 22 points.
Other points: Liberty Classical defeated Saint Paul Washington 104–71; Twin Cities Academy/Great River defeated Central 69–56; Breck defeated St. Paul’s Academy 79–59.
Stillwater won the Suburban East Conference race at Lake Elmo Park Preserve. The boys took first place with a score of 468 points, and the girls took first place with a score of 472 points.
However, a pair of skiers from Forest Lake beat the individual medalists. Ryan Houseman finished best in the junior division with a time of 17:22. Annabelle Stang won the girls’ varsity race in a time of 19:06.