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SPORTS Friday, February 16, 2024




THURSDAY SCORES:

Rochester Century 8 Red Wing 2 Boys Hockey


Chatfield 55 Wabasha-Kellogg 32 Girls Basketball

Ellsworth 49 St. Croix Central 40 Girls Basketball

Prescott 51 Osceola 25 Girls Basketball

Pepin-Alma 58 Lincoln 47 Girls Basketball


FRIDAY SCHEDULE:

Austin at Red Wing Girls Basketball 7:30pm on KCUE or online here.

Cannon Falls at Lake City Girls Basketball 7:15pm on KLCH or online here.

Lewiston-Altura at Wabasha-Kellogg Girls Basketball 7:30pm

Kasson-Mantorville at Zumbrota-Mazeppa Girls Basketball 7:15pm

Kenyon-Wanamingo at Triton Girls Basketball


Red Wing at Austin Boys Basketball

Schaeffer Academy at Goodhue Boys Basketball

Lake City at Cannon Falls Boys Basketball

Dover-Eyota at Plainview-Elgin-Millville Varsity Boys Basketball 7:15pm on WPVW or online here.


SATURDAY SCHEDULE:

Caledonia at Cannon Falls Boys Basketball 6pm


The Timberwolves are heading into the All-Star Break with a four-game winning streak following a 128-91 smashing of the Portland Trail Blazers at Moda Center. The Wolves led 44-14 after the first quarter. Portland came back to get within eight points in the third quarter before Minnesota rallied to put the game away. Anthony Edwards finished with 34 points in the victory, while Karl-Anthony Towns chipped in with 23. The T-Wolves are in first place in the Western Conference at 39-and-16. Minnesota hosts Milwaukee next Friday.


The Wild go for their fifth win in a row when they host the Buffalo Sabres at the Xcel Energy Center tomorrow. The Wild earned their fourth straight win with a 3-1 victory over the Coyotes on Wednesday. Minnesota is in sixth place in the Central Division with 55 points and a 25-23-and-5 record.


The Minnesota Gophers faded down the stretch of an 84-76 loss to the number-two Purdue Boilermakers at Mackey Arena. The Gophers led by eight at halftime but were outscored 49-33 the rest of the way. Dawson Garcia finished with 24 points in the losing effort. Minnesota is tied for seventh place in the Big Ten with a 6-and-7 conference record and a 15-and-9 mark overall. The Gophers host Rutgers on Sunday.


Wisconsin travels to Iowa to clash with the Hawkeyes tomorrow. The 21st-ranked Badgers snapped their four-game losing streak with a 62-54 home win over Ohio State on Tuesday. UW sits at 17-and-8 on the season including 9-and-5 in Big Ten play.


There's a new all-time leading scorer in NCAA women's college basketball. Iowa guard Caitlin Clark on Thursday broke the record of three-thousand-527 points that had been set by Washington's Kelsey Plum from 2013-17. Clark needed just eight points to break the record, and did so in a Big Ten matchup against Michigan, leading her team to a 106-89 victory at home.


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