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Thursday Scores:

Boys Basketball:

Section 1A:

Goodhue 76 Faribault Bethlehem Academy 34

Hayfield 84 Wabasha-Kellogg 46

Lyle-Pacelli 78 Fillmore Central 70

Rushford-Peterson 59 Schaefer Academy 35

Southland 75 Lanesboro 53

Kenyon-Wanamingo 69 Grand Meadow 59

Randolph 83 LeRoy-Ostrander 63

Spring Grove 62 Kingsland 27

Section 1AA:

Lake City 77 Blooming Prairie 42

PEM 76 St. Charles 27

La Crescent 74 Winona Cotter 33

Chatfield 59 Zumbrota-Mazeppa 45

Pine Island 66 Cannon Falls 55

Lewiston-Altura 54 Dover-Eyota 37

Triton 51 Rochester Lourdes 46

Friday Schedule:

Boys Basketball:

Red Wing (14-11) at Owatonna (23-2) 7:15pm pre-game 7:30pm game on Bluff Country 1250 KCUE/KCUE 99FM and on-line at

WIAA Division 3 Regional: Osceola at Prescott

WIAA Division 4 Regional: Plum City-Elmwood at Whitehall

WIAA Division 5 Regional: Hillsboro at Alma-Pepin


MSHSL Individual Tournament at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul with wrestlers from Goodhue, Lake City, Zumbrota-Mazeppa, PEM, Cannon Falls and Wabasha-Kellogg in competition.

Boys Swim & Dive:

State Tournament at the University of Minnesota Aquatics Center with the Class A prelims at 12pm. Red Wing has the 200 medley relay team and Ethan Ihrke in the 100 butterfly at state.

Saturday Schedule:

Girls Basketball:

Goodhue (25-3) vs. Lake City (19-8) Section 1AA Semi-Finals at the Rochester Mayo Civic Auditorium. 10:45am pre-game 11am game on KWNG 106 and on-line at with Jack Colwell and KLCH Lake Hits 95 and on-line at with Craig Kennedy.

Section 1AA Semi-Final: Rochester Lourdes vs. Winona Cotter 1:30pm


Minnesota Golden Gophers Senior Taylor Heise is the WCHA Women's Hockey Player of the Year.

The Lake City native and Red Wing Wingers High School hockey star has led the Gophers to a 28-7-1 record and #1 ranking.

The Gophers face UMD at 1pm Saturday while Wisconsin faces Ohio State later in the day in the WCHA Final Face-Off. The championship game in Sunday with all games at Ridder Arena on the University of Minnesota campus.

Heise leads the nation in scoring with 28g-34A-64pts. Heise is also one of 10 finalists for the Patty Kazmeier Award-given to the top player in women's college hockey.

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