Girls' Hockey: 'Tonka tops Lakeville North in 6 OT; Warroad, Blake, Hill-Murray to title games

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ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The girls' state hockey tournament closed semifinal Friday with a classic game between Minnetonka and Lakeville North that didn't end until Saturday.

Amy Petersen redirected the puck into the net 4:29 into the sixth overtime, giving Minnetonka a 4-3 win over Lakeville North.

The game will go down as the longest girls high school hockey game in state history. The game lasted four-hours and 15-minutes.

The Skippers will play Hill-Murray for the Class AA championship. Hill-Murray upset second-seeded Eden Prairie, 2-1.

In Class A, Blake defeated Red Wing, 6-3 to advance to Saturday's championship game. They'll face No. 1 seed Warroad, which defeated South St. Paul, 4-1. Lisa Marvin scored for Warroad -- it was her fifth goal in two games at the state tournament.

For a live video feed of the games, check out Prep45.com.

For the latest tournament scores and updates, check out the Minnesota State High School League website.

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