High school highlights for Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Top performances for area high school players.

Mayo, Farmington Section 1AAAA Girls Basketball Quarterfinal
Mayo’s Kaia Kirkeby drives towards the basket during a Section 1AAAA girls basketball quarterfinal game against Farmington on Wednesday, March 2, 2022, at Mayo High School in Rochester. Farmington defeated Mayo 68-60.
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Lilly Meister helped carry John Marshall again, scoring 30 points as the No. 1-seeded Rockets beat No. 8 Northfield 52-38. No other Rockets had more than six points. It was JM's 11th straight win.

• No. 6 seed Farmington put Mayo in a 23-point halftime hole, then held the No. 3-seeded Spartans off for a 68-60 win. Ava Miller led Mayo with 17 points.

• No. 4 seed Lakeville South ended Century’s season, winning 60-38. The Panthers were seeded fifth. Century got 17 points from senior Jordyn Sutton and 12 from sophomore Taylor Clarey.



• No. 1 seed Austin buried No. 8 and winless Faribault 72-17. Twin sisters Hope and Emma Dudycha both had 24 points for the Packers.

• Freshman Kendra Harvey had 19 points and hit three 3-pointers as No. 4 seed Byron beat No. 5 Kasson-Mantorville 55-41. The teams had split games during the regular season, K-M having won last. Annika Larson paced K-M with 20 points.

Haylie Strum had 10 steals to go with 13 points as No. 2 seed Stewartville buried No. 7 Winona 60-34. Savannah Hedin had 14 with three 3-pointers and Keeley Steele had 11 points. Hedin also had seven rebounds.

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