All-star guard Maddyn Greenway scored 32 points on Dec. 14 in Providence Academy’s women’s basketball victory over Watertown-Mayer.

The Counts sisters – Grace, Maria and Hope – added a total of 25 points to the scoresheet, while point guard Brooke Hohenecker had 10 points.

The rivalry between the Blake School boys and the Breck School has spawned many memorable games over the years.

When the private school rivals first met this season, the Blake Bears could not be stopped in a 6-1 victory. Breck goalkeeper Jack Thomson saw 54 shots on goal and stopped 48.

Rowan Heithoff led Blake’s offense with two goals and one assist, while his brother Nate had one goal and one assist. Carter Krenke was an outstanding playmaker with four assists. Jake Svenddal and William Matzke each scored a goal and an assist. Keaton Rannow also found the net for Blake. Breck’s only goal was from Nate Miller.

The St. Thomas Academy men’s hockey team topped Holy Family Catholic 42-13 in a recent game. Zach Howard was St. Thomas’ number 1 star with a hat trick and an assist. Tyler Grahme added one goal and two assists. Jack Strobel, Mario Savino and Luke Candon added goals for the Academy. Matt Schephoerster made 13 saves to register the win. Holy Family Catholic goaltender Kam Hendrickson had a busy night with 35 saves.

The boys’ co-op hockey team representing Southwest Christian and Richfield High Schools won a 3-1 victory over Dodge County.

Katen Feltmann is in all three of SWC / Richfield’s goals with two goals and one assist. Caleb Bendell had two assists, while Brady Hardacre had one goal and one assist. Winning goalkeeper Isaac Haugen made 28 saves.