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State Tournament Summary
By MSHSL  Staff
MINNEAPOLIS -- Taylor Koenen led all players with 26 points, connecting on 10-of-18 from the field, leading No. 5-seed Shakopee to a 62-56 victory over No. 4-seed White Bear Lake Area in a Minnesota State Girls’ Basketball Tournament Class AAAA quarterfinal game on Thursday afternoon at Target Center.

Koenen pulled down five rebounds and had two blocks and two steals for Shakopee (22-8), which advances to face top-seed Hopkins in a Class AAAA semifinal game on Thursday at 6 p.m. at Williams Arena. Caleigh Rodning scored 11 points with a team-best seven rebounds and two blocked shots, and Mateya Hutton came off the bench to score 10 points with six rebounds and three blocked shots.

For White Bear Lake (22-8), Alison Hinck scored 19 points with three rebounds and four assists, while Brianna Karg scored 13 points. Kate Brabenec came off the bench to score nine points with a team-best seven rebounds and two blocked shots.

Shakopee opened the game with a 14-6 advantage in the first 6:17 of play, but White Bear Lake used a 13-4 run to take its last lead of the game, 19-18 with 5:53 to play in the opening stanza. Shakopee then outscored White Bear Lake by an 11-1 margin to take a lead it would not relinquish, leading 29-20 at halftime.

The Sabers pulled away to lead by as many as 15 points in the second half, before the Bears cut the advantage to four points in the final minute.

For the game, Shakopee connected on 48.9 percent (23-of-47) from the field, while White Bear Lake hit 38.0 percent (19-of-50). Shakopee outrebounded White Bear Lake by a 34-29 margin.

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