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SPORT Wednesday, March 13, 2024


Goodhue vs. Mayer Lutheran Girls Basketball State Class A Quarter final at Maturi Pavilion 10:40am pre-game 11am game on KWNG 106 and on-line at

Goodhue vs. Blooming Prairie Boys Basketball Section 1A Championship at Mayo Civic Center Arena 5:40pm pre-game 6pm game on KWNG 106 and on-line at

Lake City vs. Cannon Falls Boys Basketball Section 1AA Championship at Mayo Civic Center Arena 7:45pm pre-game 8pm game on KLCH Lake Hits 95 and on-line at

Kirill Kaprizov led the Minnesota Wild past the Arizona Coyotes in a 4-1 win at the Xcel Energy Center. Kaprizov opened the scoring with a goal in the first period, and he assisted on Ryan Hartman's go-ahead goal in the second. In the third, he sealed the win with an empty-netter. Marcus Foligno also scored in the victory. The Wild are on a five-game point streak. They're in fifth place in the Central Division with 71 points and a 32-27-and-7 record. Minnesota hosts Anaheim tomorrow.

The Minnesota Timberwolves overcame a big deficit to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 118-100 at Crypto-dot-com Arena. The Wolves were down by 22 in the second quarter before outscoring Los Angeles 83-43 the rest of the way. Anthony Edwards poured in 37 points in the victory, while Nickeil Alexander-Walker had 28 off the bench. Minnesota remains in third place in the Western Conference with a 45-and-21 record.

The Minnesota Timberwolves have an official time-table for Karl-Anthony Towns' recovery from a meniscus tear in his left knee. The Wolves forward had surgery to repair the tear yesterday, and the team announced that he will be re-evaluated in four weeks. The Wolves expect Towns to be ready to go for the Western Conference playoffs next month.

The Minnesota Twins managed just one hit during a 1-0 Spring Training loss against the Detroit Tigers at Publix Field. Alex Kirilloff was the only Twin to record a base knock. Joe Ryan was charged with the loss after striking out six and giving up one run on three hits in four innings. The Twins have a split-squad double-header against the Cardinals and Rays this afternoon. Listen today at noon on KWNG 106!

The Bucks ended their road trip on a low note following a 129-94, blowout loss to the Kings in Sacramento. Giannis Antetokounmpo led all scorers with 30 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for a double-double. Damian Lillard struggled his way to 10 points on just 2-of-12 shooting. Milwaukee is still first in the Central Division at 42-and-24 and will host the 76ers tomorrow night.

The Brewers suffered a walk-off loss to the Cubs in a spring training game from Mesa. The score was tied 5-5 until Patrick Wisdom blasted a solo home run to win the game for Chicago. James Meeker gave up walk-off homer and got saddled with the loss. The Brewers are now 7-and-11 in exhibition play and will host the White Sox this afternoon.

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