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State Tournament Summary
By MSHSL  Staff
MINNEAPOLIS -- An 18-5 run midway through the second half lifted No. 3 St. Michael-Albertville (26-3) to a 14-point lead, which it would not relinquish en route to a 66-53 victory over Centennial (21-9) in a Minnesota State Girls’ Basketball Tournament Class AAAA quarterfinal game on Thursday afternoon at Target Center.

Leading by just one point, 38-37 with 9:23 left, the Knights went on an 18-5 run, with Jaymie Hansen scoring five points, and Bobbi Brendefur and Sydney Tracy scoring four points each, as the Knights took a 56-42 lead with 4:29 remaining. The Cougars were unable to cut the Knights’ lead under nine points the rest of the way.

Tracy led the Knights with 18 points, while contributing six rebounds and a steal, leading St. Michael-Albertville. Kitri Zezza scored 15 points on 6-of-12 shooting, with four steals and two assists, and Jordyn Walker scored 10 points with a team-high 11 rebounds. Brendefur scored nine points and Hansen scored six points.

With the win, the Knights will advance to a Class AAAA semifinal against No. 2-seed Eastview on Thursday at 8 p.m. at Williams Arena.

For Centennial, Jaycie Gerding led the way with 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting to go along with three assists, while Sarah Grow had 12 points, a team-best 11 rebounds and four blocked shots. Sydney Stapleton scored nine points with 10 rebounds.

St. Michael Albertville shot 50 percent (16-of-32) from the field in the second half, en route to a 40.0-percent (24-of-60) effort in the game. Centennial shot 43.1 percent (22-of-51) in the game, and outrebounded St. Michael-Albertville by a 37-36 margin.

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