Lakeville North sophomore Nolan Winter knocked down a go-ahead 3-pointer with 28 seconds left that became the eventual game-winner, as the Panthers (11-4) beat Eagan 52-51 in boys basketball for their sixth straight win.
Winter finished with 13 points and senior Cooper Laufenburger scored a team-high 18 points for Lakeville North.
Emmett Gustafson led Eagan (5-10) with a game-high 19 points, while Oscar Khazon and Emmanuel Schmitter added 11 apiece.
Eastview 74, Apple Valley 59: The Lightning have put together a quick pair of victories after dropping their first game of the season last Friday to Lakeville North.
Kenji Scales scored a game-high 19 points and Henry Shannon III scored 18 to lead the way for Eastview (14-1).
Khalif Bettis led Apple Valley (3-12) with 12 points.
The Lightning still sit firmly atop the South Suburban Conference standings.
Shakopee 5, Eagan 4: Trailing 2-0 after the first period, Eagan scored four goals in the second period to take a 4-2 lead and raise hope of securing its first win over the season.
But Shakopee (7-3-3) got goals from Jere Huson and Thomas Dalsin in the second to tie the game, and Jackson Vogel’s goal in the third with just under two minutes remaining was the game-winner.
The Sabers have won or tied in each of their last six games.
Alex Lachenmayer scored a goal and assisted on two others for Eagan (0-12).
White Bear Lake 5, Stillwater 0: It was a scoreless game after the first, but the Bears (13-2-1) scored five goals over the remaining two periods to win their third straight.
Brady Borgestad had a goal and two assists and Lleyton Roed contributed a goal and an assist for his 20th and 21st points of the season. The Bears remain in first place in the Suburban East Conference standings with 27 points, while Stillwater (9-4-1) is in fourth.
White Bear Lake is just one point ahead of Cretin-Derham Hall. The Bears play the Raiders on Saturday.
Cretin-Derham Hall 10, Forest Lake 1: The Raiders scored four goals in the first period and four more in the second en route to a blowout win over Forest Lake (9-5-2).
Twelve players earned a point for the Raiders (13-1), headlined by Gabe Rasmussen, who scored two goals to go along with two assists. Jackson Maas scored the lone goal of the game for Forest Lake.
Farmington 52, Rosemount 47: For the second time this season Farmington and Rosemount met as the top two teams in the South Suburban Conference, and for the second time this season the Tigers (15-0) earned a hard-fought victory.
Maleah Scott and Sophie Hart each scored 15 points for the Tigers, and Paige Kindseth added 13. Alexa Ratzlaff led Rosemount (12-3) with 12 points and Helen Staley contributed 11 for the Irish.
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