The ROCORI Spartans boys basketball team ran their win streak to 13 games with a 56-40 win over the Eagles Thursday at Apollo High School. The Spartans are now 19-4 overall this season and 12-2 in the Central Lakes Conference.
The Wild was 5-5 on the penalty kill, including a kill with just over one minute left in regulation, which turned into a six-on-four after Florida pulled its goalie. Minnesota only had two chances on the power play but scored on one of them.
The Alexandria Cardinals earned the second seed in Section 6A boys hockey, with the Cathedral Crusaders picking up the second seed. In Section 8AA, the Bemidji Lumberjacks earned the top seed with Moorhead in the second spot.
The Apollo Eagles exploded for five goals in the third period of a 6-1 win over River Lakes on Tuesday night at the MAC. The Eagles outshot River Lakes 19-0 in the third period and 44-8 in the contest.
The Wild's six game winning streak was snapped with a 2-1 overtime loss to the Jets in Winnipeg Tuesday night. Minnesota still earned a point with the loss, and now trail the Canucks by two points in the Western Conference playoff race.
The Hawks were as good as advertised, shooting 51.2% from the floor, 47.6% from beyond the arc and 95% from the free-throw line. Every starter scored in double figures, with Al Horford leading the way with 28 points.
The Minnesota Wild beat the Vancover Canucks 5-3 Monday night at Xcel Energy Center. Minnesota has now won six straight games and now trail Vancouver by three points for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference.
The Tigers honored 11 seniors Thursday: goalies Brady Gerdes and Jake Berger, forwards Donald Bagley, Braden Altena, Max Webb, Harry Stanius, Mitch Schultzenberg, Alex Keller, and Kyle Blommer along with defenseman Logan Raygor.
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