Erin Hayward scored twice, including the winner of the game two minutes before overtime, beating Eastview over Lakeville North, 5-4.
In the third period, Eastview’s lead increased to two, but goals from Maddie Swerchek and Meredith Jensen equalized. Jensen found it difficult to contain the Lightning (8-6-1) and scored three of Lakeville North’s four goals. Jensen, a Dartmouth loyalist, has 17 goals and 12 assists in 18 games this season for the Panthers (6-11-1).
North St. Paul/Tartan 3, East Ridge 2: Trailing 2-1 at the start of the third period, North St. Paul/Tartan scored twice in the final 12 minutes of the game, including Caitlin Hackman’s game-winning goal with less than four minutes to go.
North St. Paul/Tartan (9-6-0) also scored goals for Ina Hedberg and Jill Tabaka, while Addison Andre and Lily Fetch scored for East Ridge (10-8-1).
Other points: Pryor Lake defeated Apple Valley 2-1 in overtime; Lakeville South defeated Farmington 4-2; Holy Family defeated Gentry Academy 4-2; Shakopi defeated Rosemount 4-0.
Hill Murray 7, Simley 1: Hill-Murray prevailed in a battle between the top two teams in the Metro East Conference, scoring four goals in the second period to seal the win. Six different players scored for Hill Murray (10-3-0), with Dylan Godbout scoring twice. Dou DiFronzo scored Simley’s only goal (11-5-0).
Polar Bear Lake 4, East Ridge 3: Tyler Bishop scored on the power play with 10 seconds left in the third period to equalize and Charlie Olsen scored 39 seconds in overtime to lift White Bear Lake (5-5-0) to a win over East Ridge (6-0). 7-1).
The East Ridge were leading 3-1 going into the third period when Nick Landin scored twice. However, White Bear Lake set up a late comeback starting with a Nolan Roed goal seven minutes before Bishop and Olsen scored later.
Irondale 4, Woodbury 3: David Loar scored twice as Irondale upset Woodbury (8-6-0) for their second win of the season. Irondale goaltender (2-10-0) Alex Sabev ended the match with 40 saves.
Other points: Egan defeated Bloomington Jefferson 3-1 Park defeated Forest Lake 7-5; Stillwater defeated Roseville 6-0; Cretin-Derham Hall defeated Mounds View 11-1 Hastings defeated Tartan 5-1.
Basketball for boys
Cretin-Derham Hall 68, White Bear Lake 61: Starting the season with a 2–5 record, Cretin-Derham Hall (5–5) had three consecutive wins after beating White Bear Lake (6–8). Donavan Kane scored 18 points and Tre Holloman added 16 points for Cretin-Durham Hall.
Jack Janiki scored a career-high 25 points for the Bears. None of the other bears scored more than nine points.
Other points: Lakeville North defeated Apple Valley 94–45.
Basketball for girls
Spring Lake Park 56, Osseo 50: Bella Satch scored 15 and Mikayla Thomas scored 12 as they beat Spring Lake Park (8-3) over Osseo (3-7).
Trailing by a point at halftime, Spring Lake Park led Osseo by seven points in the second half. Taylor Bergstrom added 10 points to Spring Lake Park. Alaya Wilson led Osseo with a game-high 18 points.
Other points: Centennial defeated Andover 59-52; Concordia Academy defeated St. Croix Prep 66-36.