Updated: 03/10/2013 12:10 AM KSTP.com By: Chris Long
Click the video box on this page to see extended highlights and postgame comments from the Class AA Championship game.
The Edina Hornets now stand alone atop the record books, having claimed their eighth Minnesota State Boys Hockey Championship.
Cullen Munson had two goals, Willie Benjamin stopped 25 shots and Edina beat Hill-Murray 4-2 Saturday night to win the Class AA state title.
Dylan Malmquist and Anthony Walsh also scored for the third-seeded Hornets (25-6-0). Parker Reno and Bo Brauer each had two assists in helping Edina earn its eighth title in school history.
Josh French scored twice for the top-seeded Pioneers (27-3-1), who lost in the title game for the second straight season. Zach LaValle had two assists.
Munson scored his first goal on a rebound late in the first period. His other came early in the second and gave the Hornets a 3-1 lead.
Walsh and French exchanged goals late in the second.
Hill-Murray goaltender John Dugas made 18 saves.
Edina had been tied with Roseau and International Falls with 7 titles, the Hornets eight now gives them sole possession of the all-time lead. Edina East also won 3 more titles when the school district was split in the 1970's.
(Material from The Associated Press was used in this report)