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SPORTS Friday, March 22, 2024


Class A Quarterfinals Boys Basketball

#3 Fertile-Beltrami 64 Goodhue 57

 #1 Cherry 78 Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 46

#5 Nevis 78 #4 Mt. Lake Area-Comfrey 54

#2 West Central Area 64 vs. Heritage Christian Academy 53


Class A Quarterfinals Consolation Boys Basketball

Goodhue vs Heritage Christian Academy at 11:45 am on KWNG or online here.*

Class AA Semi-Finals  Boys Basketball

#3 Lake City vs. #2 Albany at 8pm at Williams Arena on KLCH or online here.*


 If Lake City wins, they are in the State Title game at 5pm on Saturday at Williams Arena. If Lake City loses, they will play the 3d place game at 2pm on Saturday at CSP

The Minnesota Timberwolves will try to get back in the win column when they host the Cleveland Cavaliers at the Target Center tonight. The Wolves are coming off a 115-112 loss against the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday. Minnesota is in third place in the Western Conference with a 47-and-22 record. They're just a game-and-a-half out of first place. Tonight's game tips off at 7:00PM.

The Minnesota Wild look to start a new point streak when they host the St. Louis Blues at the Xcel Energy Center tomorrow. The Wild had an eight-game point streak snapped with a 6-0 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday. Minnesota is in sixth place in the Central Division with 76 points and a 34-28-and-8 record. Tomorrow's game starts at 1:00PM.

The Minnesota Twins gave up four runs in the third inning of their 9-8 loss to the Washington Nationals in a Spring Training game at CACTI Park of the Palm Beaches yesterday. Denny Bentley was charged with the loss in relief. Alex Kirilloff had two hits and two RBI. Pablo Lopez starts for Minnesota against Tampa Bay today. Hear the game on WPVW at noon.

The Minnesota Gophers will go for another upset when they take on Indiana State in the second round of the NIT at Hulman Center on Sunday. Minnesota earned a 73-72 win over Butler in the First Round on Tuesday. The Gophers are 19-and-14 this year. Sunday's game tips off at 1:00PM

Damian Lillard helped propel the Bucks past the Nets 115-108 in Milwaukee. The guard led all scorers with 30 points and dished out a game-high 12 assists for a double-double. Giannis Antetokounmpo netted 21 points and grabbed nine rebounds as Milwaukee improved to 45-and-25 and remains first in the Central Division. The Bucks host the Thunder on Sunday night.

A major upset highlighted day one of the NCAA men's basketball tournament. Number three Kentucky was stunned by 14th-seeded Oakland 80-76 in the South region. The first round continues this afternoon when number two Marquette plays 15th-seeded Western Kentucky in the South region from Indianapolis. Wisconsin earned the fifth-seed in the South and plays 12th-seeded James Madison in Brooklyn tonight.

The Brewers fell to the Giants 7-6 in a spring training game from Phoenix. Jake Bauers and Zavier Warren each drove in a pair of runs. Robert Gasser struggled in his start and gave up six runs on seven hits and walked four batters over three-and-a-third innings. Milwaukee is now 12-and-14 in exhibition play and will visit the Mariners and host the Royals in split-squad action this afternoon.

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