Red Wing @ Rochester Century 4:45 pm pre-game 5 pm game on Bluff County 1250 KCUE/KCUE 99 FM and online at www.kcueradio.com with Race Roth
Winona Cotter @ Goodhue
Ellsworth @ Shell Lake
Red Wing @ Albert Lea
Albert Lea @ Red Wing
Wabasha-Kellogg @ Fillmore Central
The Timberwolves overcame a 14-point deficit and intra-team turmoil to take down the New Orleans Pelicans 113-108 at the Target Center. During a rough first half, Wolves center Rudy Gobert threw a punch at teammate Kyle Anderson. Jaden McDaniels also punched a wall near the bench in the first half. Gobert and McDaniels both missed the second half, but Karl-Anthony Towns poured in 30 points while Anthony Edwards added 26 to lead the Wolves to victory. Minnesota finishes the season as the eight-seed in the play-in tournament, and they'll need to win one of two potential games in order to make the playoffs. Their first chance will be against the Lakes in L.A. tomorrow.
The Twins missed a chance to sweep the World Champions during a 5-1 loss to the Astros at Target Field. Minnesota managed just two hits in the loss, with Donovan Solano's RBI double in the fourth accounting for the clubs only run. Tyler Mahle struggled in his second start of the season, giving up four runs on eight hits in six innings to get tagged with the loss. The Twins lead the AL Central by half a game over Cleveland at 6-and-3. Kenta Maeda starts for Minnesota against the White Sox today. Broadcast on KWNG & WBHA, pre-game 12:30 pm, 1st pitch 1:10 pm.
The Wild scored four-straight goals during a 5-3 win over the St. Louis Blues at the Xcel Energy Center on Saturday. After the Blues took an early 1-0 lead, a short-handed goal from Ryan Hartman sparked Minnesota's run. Sam Steel added another short-handed score before the end of the first, while Freddy Gaudreau and Jared Spurgeon both lit the lamp in the second period. Jonas Brodin put the game away with an empty-netter late in the third. Minnesota is in third place in the Central Division with 100 points and a 45-24-and-10 record.
The Minnesota Gophers were shocked by Quinnipiac in a 3-2 overtime loss during the National Championship at Amalie Arena on Saturday. The Gophers scored the first two goals of the game, but Quinnipiac rallied back to tie it at two with under three minutes left in regulation. Minnesota surrendered the walk-off goal just ten seconds into the extra period. The Gophers haven't won a title since 2003.
The Bucks fell to the Raptors 121-105 in their season finale. Lindell Wigginton led the team with 17 points off the bench while Bobby Portis netted 16 points in 18 minutes. Milwaukee finished the season 58-and-24 and is the top-overall seed in the NBA. The Deer will need to wait until the Eastern Conference play-in tournament ends to find out their first-round playoff opponent. The final round of the tournament takes place on Friday.
The Brewers won their series against the Cardinals after a 6-1 victory in Milwaukee. Willy Adames crushed his second homer of the season and drove in three runs while Christian Yelich blasted a home run of his own. Rowdy Tellez drove in a pair of runs as Freddy Peralta earned his second win of the season. The Brewers took two-of-three against St. Louis and improved to 7-and-2 on the season. Milwaukee heads to Phoenix to open a three-game series against the Diamondbacks tonight. Wade Miley gets the start opposite Zac Gallen.
Jon Rahm is this year's winner at The Masters. The Spaniard secured the green jacket at Augusta National Sunday, finishing 12-under par. He held off Americans Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson, who both finished tied for second. It's Rahm's first major win since he took home the 2021 U.S. Open title. The field didn't include Tiger Woods on the final day after the five-time Masters winner pulled out of the tournament due to injury. With the victory, Rahm will also move to number one in the Official World Golf Rankings.