Photos: Jack Jablonski cheers Benilde-St. Margaret's upset over Edina

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1 Smiling Jack Jablonski, wearing a head brace, center, gets a hug from his mom, Leslie Jablonski as they celebrate Christian Horn's goal with 34 seconds left to propel Benilde-St. Margaret's past Edina 3-2 Thursday evening during the Minnesota Class AA quarterfinal at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. Jablonski sat in a wheelchair wearing his number 13 jersey, a checkered red and white blanket covering his legs, paralyzed after a check from behind during a game earlier in December. 
2 Benilde-St. Margaret's fans celebrate Christian Horn's goal. Later, Horn said that Jablonski's presense at the match was a big inspiration for theRed Knights team. 
3 Max Jablonski, brother to Jack Jablonski, watches the first period in the Benilde-St. Margaret's student section Thursday evening during the Minnesota Class AA quarterfinal against Edina at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. 
4 Benilde-St. Margaret's players all wore a patch with the no. 13 on it to honor Jack Jablonski in their game against Edina. 
5 Benilde-St. Margaret's Grant Besse (top, 12) scores on Edina goaltender Willie Benjamin (right, green jersey) during the first period to put the Red Knights up 1-0. 
6 Benilde-St. Margaret's players Grant Besse (left) and Christian Horn (right) address the media after their team beat Edina 3-2 Thursday evening. 
7 Benilde-St. Margaret's coach Ken Pauley addresses the media after the team beat Edina 3-2 Thursday evening during the Minnesota Class AA quarterfinal at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn.