High school highlights for Friday, Nov. 25, 2022

Top performances by southeastern Minnesota high school players and teams in Friday's games.

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Ida Huber stopped 15 shots and the Dodge County Wildcats scored once in each period to earn a 3-1 victory at Marshall on the opening day of the Marshall Thanksgiving Classic. The Wildcats (4-0-0), ranked No. 5 in Class A, received goals from Bryn Spreiter, Mollie Koch and Zoe Heimer.



Jacob Brown had a goal and an assist, and Ethan Dennis scored once, but Mayo fell to No. 7-ranked Minnetonka 8-2 in the Thanksgiving Preview tournament at Minnetonka. Nick Weick made 28 saves for the Spartans in the loss.

Jackson Roethler made 39 saves for Dodge County but Simley scored three third-period goaals to beat the Wildcats 5-2. Fischer Paulson scored his first varsity goal for Dodge County and Gryffon Funke scored his first goal of the season.




• Dover-Eyota had five players with at least eight points in a 74-43 rout of Houston. Miranda Palamby led the way with 15 points. Avery Kingsley paced Houston with 14 points.

Tory Stencel scored 21 points and Zumbrota-Mazeppa held Minneapolis North to 13 first-half points in a 52-43 season-opening win.


Makadyn Gust scored 25 points and Mya Amdahl had 17 in St. Charles’ 67-33 win over Southland. St. Charles led by 21 points at halftime.

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