The three Minnesotans will play in the McDonald's All-Star Games in Houston on April 1.
Fish, a resiient defenseman, is the first Governors' player to verbally commit to the Gophers in more than 15 years.
Erin Herman has led Hill-Murray to seven state tournaments, placing second in 2010 and 2011, and is moved more by a number other than her victory total.
Will Tschetter's 50 points pacesd Stewartville to an overtime win.
Minnesota soon will have the Rock Ridge Wolverines, a consolidation of Virginia and Eveleth-Gilbert, making any Mel Brooks fan proud.
Anna Mutch scored 17 points, including the game-winning bucket over Shakopee.
The garment can be worn at practice, but not during actual games, league says.
Wayzata held off a third-period rally by Class 2A, No. 1 Eden Prairie to upset the Eagles 2-1 in boys' hockey.
In the latest Talking Preps, Jim Paulsen and David La Vaque spin a few of their own yarns about Totino-Grace's Jeff Ferguson and Brainerd's Ron Stolski, the latest to step down in a winter full of similar big-program departures.
The 80-year-old Stolski ranks second in the state in career victories and was the longest-tenured high school football coach in state history.
Jeff Ferguson, whose teams won eight state titles in 18 seasons, was asked once about private school recruiting. "Do we recruit? Damn right, we do. We recruit students, not athletes."
Junior forward Alexis Huber scored 5:12 into overtime to give the Class 2A, No. 7-ranked Ponies the victory over the Royals.
Paige Bueckers scored 21 points in the first half and center Maya Nnaji scored 18 of her 22 in the second as Hopkins rallied from a three-point halftime deficit.
Smith, who started with the Eagles in 1993-94, became the 16th coach to win 500 career games.
Here's what happened in high schools sports on Monday:
The Falcons look to take a step ahead of the Panthers on Friday in their game in Northwest Suburban Conference West Division play.
The Packers and Tigers, who play Saturday. are each having the type of season that foreshadows deep playoff runs.
Lakeville's South and North squads seemingly have an equal dispersion of talent heading into their second matchup of the season this Saturday.
Also recognized: Lucie Bond (St. Paul United hockey), Will McBee (Watertown-Mayer basketball), Celia Midtbo (Minneapolis hockey), Brieja Parent (Forest Lake hockey), Juel Skrien (St. Croix Lutheran basketball), and Ivane Tensaie (Concordia Academy basketball).
Eight sets of siblings — 17 skiers in all — help anchor the speedy Ranger boys’ and girls’ teams, among the favorites to bring home state championships next month.