Chan Hockey - Weyandt-Hudnut

Jack Hudnut and Joe Gerebi fist bump Chanhassen goaltender Josh Weyandt in a recent game with Holy Angels.

There's nothing like scoring your first varsity goal on senior night.

That's what Chanhassen's Lucas Stolt did in the home finale Feb. 13, drawing the Storm within one, eventually a 4-1 defeat to Bloomington Jefferson.

A 2-0 deficit on a power-play Jaguar goal, Stolt buried the puck with assists to Noah Nielsen and Landon Oldenkamp.

Bloomington Jefferson, leading 3-1 through two periods, added an empty-net tally late in regulation. Chanhassen fired 30 shots on net, getting 33 saves from goaltender Josh Weyandt.

Carson Jacobs and Jack Mickelson each netted a pair of goals for the Jaguars.

Chanhassen (7-17) is at Chaska at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15.

BOYS HOCKEY: St. Thomas Academy 2, Minnetonka 1 OT

Minnetonka outshot St. Thomas Academy 39-19 in regulation, but it was the lone shot in overtime that proved to be the winner.

The Cadets handed the Skippers a 2-1 loss, Andrew Boerner scoring the winner 55 seconds into extra time.

Minnetonka led 1-0 on a Tyler Kueppers goal in the first period, a dominating 17 minutes for the Skippers, yet just a 1-0 score.

St. Thomas Academy tied the game in the final minute of the second period.

Minnetonka (12-12), likely locked into the No. 3 seed  in Section 2AA, concludes the regular season at Edina on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 7 p.m.

BOYS BASKETBALL: Mayer Lutheran 64, Southwest Christian 59 OT

A nine-point halftime deficit, Tyren Harris hit a 3-pointer, forcing overtime for Southwest Christian, eventually a 64-59 home loss to Mayer Lutheran on Feb. 13.

Brayden Zimmerman also had a free throw in the closing minute as the Stars finished with a 6-1 run in the final two minutes.

The Crusaders outscored the Stars 13-8 in overtime.

No statistics were available for Southwest Christian.

Teigan Martin (19 points), Riley Krueger (16 points) and Jacob Pallas (10 points) were leading scorers for Mayer Lutheran, now 10-13 overall, winners of four straight.

Southwest Christian (10-12), now 6-6 in the Minnesota River Conference, is at Le Sueur-Henderson at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 18.


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