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SPORTS Friday, January 26, 2024


Rochester Mayo 2 Red Wing 1 at Girls Hockey

Rochester Mayo 5 Red Wing 1 Boys Hockey

Stewartville 57 Red Wing 36 Girls Basketball

Goodhue 82 Zumbrota-Mazeppa 50 Girls Basketball

Plainview-Elgin-Millville 67 St. Charles 20 Girls Basketball

Dover-Eyota 89 Wabasha-Kellogg 26 Girls Basketball

Pepin-Alma 42 Eleva-Strum 34 Girls Basketball

Goodhue 60 Kasson-Mantorville 63 Boys Basketball

St. Charles 71 Plainview-Elgin-Millville 62 Boys Basketball

Wabasha-Kellogg 85 Dover-Eyota 80 Boys Basketball

Kenyon-Wanamingo 60 Schaeffer Academy 59 Boys Basketball

Ellsworth 47 Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran 44 Boys Basketball


Albert Lea at Red Wing Boys Basketball 7:30pm on KCUE or online here.

Zumbrota-Mazeppa at Goodhue Boys Basketball 7:15pm on KWNG or online here.

Rochester Lourdes at Lake City Boys Basketball 7:15pm on KLCH or online here.

Cannon Falls at Pine Island Boys Basketball 7:30pm

Lake City at Rochester Lourdes Girls Basketball

Cannon Falls at Pine Island Girls Basketball 6pm

St. Croix Central at Prescott Girls Basketball

Red Wing at Rochester Gymnastics

Waseca, Goodhue at Plainview-Elgin-Millville Wrestling 5 pm on WPVW or online here.


Schaeffer Academy at Wabasha-Kellogg Girls Basketball

Randolph at Cannon Falls Girls Basketball 6pm

Lake City at Minnehaha Academy Boys Basketball 3pm on KLCH or online here.

Randolph at Cannon Falls Boys Basketball 7:15pm

Lake City Wrestling Invite

Austin at Red Wing Girls Hockey

Red Wing at Austin Boys Hockey

The Timberwolves thwarted a comeback attempt from the Brooklyn Nets during a 96-94 win at Barclays Center. The Wolves led by 17 points in the third quarter, but the Nets stormed back to tie the game with just over a minute left in regulation. However, Karl-Anthony Towns connected with Rudy Gobert on an alley-oop to give Minnesota the lead for good. The Wolves got back-to-back stops on defense to tie the game. Towns poured in 27 points and grabbed ten boards, while Anthony Edwards chipped in with 24 points. Minnesota has won six of eight. The Wolves are in first place in the Western Conference at 32-and-13. They visit the Spurs tomorrow night.

The Wild surrendered three goals in the third period during a 3-2 loss to the Nashville Predators at the Xcel Energy Center. Joel Eriksson Ek gave Minnesota a 1-0 lead with a goal in the second period before Nashville scored three goals in the first 12 minutes of the final frame. Matt Boldy scored with under four minutes left in regulation to get the Wild within one, but they weren't able to knock in the equalizer. Minnesota is in seventh place in the Central Division with 47 points and a 21-22-and-5 record. The Wild host the Ducks tomorrow night.

The Minnesota Gophers will try to snap a four-game losing streak when they visit Penn State at Bryce Jordan Center tomorrow. The Gophers are coming off a 61-59 loss against number-ten Wisconsin on Tuesday. Minnesota is 12-and-7 overall and 3-and-5 in the Big Ten. Tomorrow's game tips off at 5:30PM.

More details are coming out on the Bucks' new head coach. The Athletic reports Doc Rivers agreed to a three-plus year contract with nearly 40-million-dollars to coach the Bucks. Rivers has been part of ESPN's NBA broadcast as an analyst this season after being fired as the coach of the 76ers last season. He'll replace first-year head coach Adrian Griffin, who lasted just 43 games.

The 9-and-10 Milwaukee Panthers are now 10-and-10 on the college basketball season after an 87-71 win over Detroit Mercy. The Panthers host Oakland tomorrow afternoon. Elsewhere, Number-10 Wisconsin is 15-and-4 and hosts Michigan State tonight. Number-15 Marquette is 14-and-5 and hosts Seton Hall on tomorrow afternoon.

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