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SPORTS Friday, January 5, 2024




THURSDAY SCORES:


Boys Hockey

Rochester Lourdes 5 Red Wing 1


Boys Basketball

St. Croix Central 71 Red Wing 58

Byron 88 Goodhue 56

Lake City 89 Pine Island 65

Cannon Falls 75 Kasson-Mantorville 57

Kenyon-Wanamingo 76 Medford 31

Osceola 46 Ellsworth 45

Pepin-Alma 55 Melrose-Mindoro 49


Girls Basketball

Goodhue 46 Byron 45

Lake City 53 Pine Island 35

Plainview-Elgin-Millville 51 Rushford-Peterson 46

Kasson-Mantorville 83 Cannon Falls 27


FRIDAY SCHEDULE:

Gymnastics

Red Wing @ Kasson-Mantorville


Wrestling

PEM & Wabasha-Kellogg @ St. Charles meet


Boys Basketball

Goodhue @ Stewartville 7:15 pm on KWNG 106 FM Stream at www.q-mediagroup.com/kwng


Rushford-Peterson @ PEM 7:30 pm om WPVW 1190 AM / 99.7 FM Stream at www.q-mediagroup.com/wpvw

Caledonia @ Wabasha-Kellogg

Rochester Lourdes @ Zumbrota-Mazeppa

Kenyon-Wanamingo @ New Richmond-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva

Clayton @ Pepin-Alma


Girls Basketball

W-K @ Caledonia

Zumbrota-Mazeppa @ Rochester Lourdes

New Richmond-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva @ Kenyon-Wanamingo

Ellsworth @ Osceola


The Minnesota Vikings take on the Detroit Lions with their season on the line in the regular season finale at Ford Field on Sunday. The 7-and-9 Vikings need a win over Detroit as well as losses by Green Bay, Seattle, and either New Orleans or Tampa Bay in order to sneak into the playoffs. Minnesota announced earlier in the week that Nick Mullens will start the Week 18 match-up after he played the final two quarters of Minnesota's loss against Green Bay last weekend. Sunday's game kicks off at noon. Listen on KWNG & WPVW


The Minnesota Wild are on a four-game losing streak following a 4-1 loss against the Tampa Bay Lightning at the Xcel Energy Center. The Wild gave up the first three goals of the game and didn't get on the board until Zach Bogosian scored with under five minutes left in regulation. Minnesota is in seventh-place int he Central Division with 36 points and a 16-17-and-4 record. The Wild visit Columbus tomorrow night. In other team news, Kirill Kaprizov was named an NHL All-Star for a third year in a row yesterday.


The Minnesota Timberwolves aim to avoid a third consecutive loss when they visit the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center tonight. The Wolves have lost back-to-back games for the first time all season following a 117-106 loss against New Orleans on Wednesday. Minnesota is still in first place in the Western Conference at 24-and-9. Tonight's game tips off at 7:00 PM.


The Packers hope to lock up a playoff spot on Sunday afternoon. The team kicks off against the Bears at Lambeau Field. Green Bay is coming off a big win over the Vikings last weekend. The Packers are clinging on to an NFC Wild Card spot at 8-and-8, and will likely play the Lions or Cowboys in the opening round. Green Bay still has an outside chance of making the playoffs with a loss on Sunday.


The Bucks held on for a 125-121 win over the Spurs in San Antonio. Tre Jones missed a wide-open, corner three late in the fourth quarter which would have tied the game for San Antonio. Giannis Antetokounmpo [[ YAHN-iss ah-dedo-KOON-bo ]] led all scorers with 44 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for a double-double. The Bucks are first in the Central Division and will visit the Rockets tomorrow night.







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