Edina, ranked No. 8 in Class 4A in boys’ basketball needed two overtimes to beat Bloomington Jefferson 72-64.
This was the Hornets first game in a recently completed activity center at their high school. Previously, they had played at the Edina Community Center.
Edina’s Jacob Hutson scored the first points on the new court from the middle of the paint within seconds of the opening tip. The sophomore post player finished with 17.
Mike Evens had a game-high 19 points for the Jaguars.
Jack Middleton and Luke Glenna scored 15 and 14 points, respectively for the Hornets.
Apple Valley 89, Shakopee 81: Tre Jones scored 30 points to lead the Eagles to a win over the Sabers. The Duke University signee scored 26 of those points in the second half. Ely Hendrickson made all of his 21 points on seven three-pointers. Caleb Druvenga led Shakopee with 24 points.
Holy Family 85, Jordan 55: The Class 2A, No. 8-ranked Fire made 20 three-point shots in beating the Hubmen. Lincoln Cizek had eight of those threes and the senior finished with 28 total points. Nathan Hendler added 20. Eric Tiedman had 17 points for Jordan.
Monticello 71, Big Lake 55: Matt Todd had 33 points to lead the Magic past the Hornets. The senior is the third leading scorer in the metro, averaging 30.4 points per game.
Cristo Rey Jesuit 107, International School 68: Sophomore James Sommer scored a season high 35 points for the Pumas. Freshman Eric Burgess added 17, while his twin brother Derrick scored 12. Elliot Habel had 16 points for the Huskies.
Maple Grove 87, Moorhead 67: Jared Rainey scored 26 and Nate Adams 25 to lead the Crimson past the Spuds in Moorhead. Drew Hagen scored 18 for Moorhead.
Minneapolis South 52, Minneapolis North 47: The Hill sisters led the Tigers over the Polars. Morgan scored 17 points and Jade 10. Alani Pettis scored 15 for North. South is ranked No. 10 in Class 4A and has won 11 consecutive games since losing its season opener to Cretin-Derham Hall.
Maranatha 86, Heritage Christian 68: Kylie Post led the Mustangs with 20 points. The senior also surpassed 1,000 career points. Taylie Scott had a game-high 22 points for the Eagles.
Roseville 56, East Ridge 34: Jayda Johnson had 20 points to lead the No. 9, Class 4A Raiders past the Raptors. Jada Hood added 13. East Ridge did not have a player in double figures.
Minnetonka 57, Eden Prairie 46: Nnecka Obiazor scored a game-high 22 points, but it wasn’t enough for the Eagles to win. Katey Brattland led the Skippers with 17 points. Kayla Mershon added 14.
Orono 8, Waconia 2: Jack Suchy recorded his first hat trick of the season to lead the Spartans. He also had an assist on Thomas Walker’s goal. Orono put 50 shots on goal.
Forest Lake 7, Duluth 0: Brooke Remington had a hat trick to lead the Rangers past Duluth. Ashley Mills and Lindsey Muntifering combined for nine assists. Allyn Goehner earned the shutout.