Updated: 03/08/2013 1:17 AM KSTP.com By: Chris Long
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In the first and only overtime game of the 2013 Minnesota Boys Hockey State Quarterfinals, Wayzata scored late in regulation then knocked off Centennial four minutes into the extra session.
Wayzata prevailed as Chase Heising streaked in between three Centennial defenders to flick Chase Haller's crossing pass from the corner into the top right twines of the net.
The victory means higher-seeded teams won all eight of the quarterfinals between the two classes at the State Hockey Tournament.
Heising's heroics wouldn't have been possible if Jalen Wahl hadn't gotten the Trojans on the board with just 75 secodns left in the game.
Despite the late heroics, both teams' goalies should be awarded "star of the game" honors.
Centennial goalie Patrick Munson had held Wayzata at bay nearly throughout regulation, ending up with a 20-save performance in the loss.
Trojans keeper Aaron Dingmann made 28 saves for the Trojans, and also drew three penalties after contact from Cougars attackers.
Adam Anderson scored the lone tally for Centennial 53-seconds into the second period.
Wayzata (22-7) advances to play Hill-Murray in the second Class AA Semifinal of the Friday night session (8pm estimated start time).
Centennial (22-5-2) falls to the consolation bracket where they will meet Eastview.