Here is a quick roundup of Tuesday sports action featuring and :
SLP Boys Basketball Wins Big
The Orioles built a big halftime lead and never looked back, cruising to a 70-48 win over conference foe St. Francis on the road.
Sam Brimacomb led the way for Park with 18 points, while Marshall Cullen added 16. The Orioles are now 5-6 overall and 2-1 in the North Suburban Conference, putting them a game back of first-place Spring Lake Park.
Up next for Park is a Friday home game against Robbinsdale Cooper.
BSM Boys Basketball Gets Road Win
The Red Knights improved to 10-1 overall and 2-0 in the North Suburban with a 72-63 road win over Robbinsdale Cooper.
BSM (No. 1 in Class 3A) was led by Sanjay Lumpkin, who had 26 points. Isaiah Zierden added 17, and Will Dunn had 14.
The Red Knights host Irondale on Friday.
SLP Girls Basketball Tripped Up
The Orioles fought valiantly against St. Francis, but Park fell at home, 61-56.
Park (4-10 overall, 1-4 NSC) was led by Megan Sawatzky, who had 17 points. Cianna Edwards chipped in with 12.
Up next for the Orioles is a Friday road game against Robbinsdale Cooper.
BSM Girls Basketball Notches Big Win
In a battle for first place in the North Suburban Conference, BSM overcame a halftime deficit and knocked off Robbinsdale Cooper, 70-67.
Both teams entered the game at 3-0 in the NSC. BSM (No. 5 in Class 3A) now sits at 9-2 overall and 4-0 in the conference, putting the Red Knights a half-game ahead of Totino-Grace and a full game ahead of Robbinsdale Cooper (No. 8 in Class 4A).
BSM's Khadijah Shumpert led all scorers with 27 points, while Josie Dillon added 14.
BSM heads to Irondale on Thursday for its next game.
SLP Girls Hockey Blanked at Home
The Orioles dropped to 3-14 on the season after a loss to non-conference foe Hutchinson at home, 4-0.
Anna Basill leads the team in scoring on the season with 10 points, while her sister, Elena, is second with seven points.
Up next for Park is a Thursday home game against St. Francis/North Branch.
BSM Girls Hockey Cruises
The No. 1 team in Class 2A had no trouble with Totino-Grace, blasting the Eagles at home, 9-2.
BSM improved to 14-2 with the win. Kelly Pannek scored four goals for the Red Knights. Liv Halvorson added two goals, while Sara Taffe, Mekenzie Steffen and Brittany Wheeler had a goal apiece.
Up next for BSM is a Friday road game against Lakeville North.
BSM Boys Hockey Crushes Spring Lake Park
The Red Knights showed why they're one of the better teams in the state, romping past conference foe Spring Lake Park at home, 15-0.
BSM (No. 7 in Class 2A) outshot the Panthers 52-7. Grant Besse had four goals and three assists to lead the Red Knights with seven points. T.J. Moore had three goals and two assists for five points, and Christian Horn and Jake Horton each had four points.
BSM improved to 9-3 overall and 3-0 in conference with the win. The Red Knights will travel to Minnetonka on Thursday.