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State Tournament Summary
By MSHSL  Staff
MINNEAPOLIS -- Scoring the first nine points of the game and pulling away from there, No. 4-seed Marshall cruised to a 65-30 victory over No. 5-seed Princeton in a Minnesota State Girls’ Basketball Tournament Class AAA quarterfinal game on Thursday evening at Target Center.

Marshall (28-2 overall) will advance to face top-seed Orono in a Class AAA semifinal on Thursday at 12 p.m. at Williams Arena.

Marshall built a 9-0 lead in the first 2:59 of play, then built the lead to 14-2 before Princeton (20-9 overall) was forced to take a timeout with 14:07 left in the first half. Morgan Saugstad had two 3-pointers in the opening push. The lead continued to grow, as Marshall took a 42-14 lead into the locker room at halftime. The 35-point margin of victory was Marshall’s largest lead of the game.

Marshall connected on 46.7 percent (14-of-30) from the field in the first half and outrebounded Princeton by a 27-13 margin in the opening stanza. Marshall ended up shooting 46.9 percent (23-of-49) from the field in the game, while limiting Princeton to 24.5 percent (12-of-49). Marshall also outrebounded Princeton by a 42-25 margin.

Marshall was paced by Sarah Buysse, who had a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds, while also collecting two assists and two steals. Saugstad scored 14 points with five rebounds and two assists, and Marah Mulson scored 10 points with four rebounds. Callie Graff scored eight points.

For Princeton, Anna Oakes led the team with 11 points, while Taylor Laabs scored 10 points with three rebounds, three blocked shots and two steals. Jenna Doyle pulled down a team-high six rebounds.

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