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SPORTS Monday, February 26, 2024


Mankato East 47 Red Wing 39 Girls Basketball

Stewartville 87 Goodhue 32 Boys Basketball

Lake City 65 Kasson-Mantorville 50 Boys Basketball

Plainview-Elgin-Millville 57 Wabasha-Kellogg 47 Boys Basketball

Blooming Prairie 65 Kenyon-Wanamingo 57 Boys Basketball

Zumbrota-Mazeppa 55 Pine Island 36 Boys Basketball


Rochester Century 87 Red Wing 63 Boys Basketball


Girls Basketball

Kingsland vs #1 Goodhue 6 pm Section 1A Quarterfinal on KWNG or online here.

#5 PEM vs Dover-Eyota 7:30 pm Section 1AA Quarterfinal on WPVW or online here.

The Timberwolves used a strong second half to beat the Brooklyn Nets 101-86 at the Target Center on Saturday. The Wolves trailed by three at halftime before outscoring Brooklyn 59-41 the rest of the way. Anthony Edwards led Minnesota with 29 points, while Karl-Anthony Towns wasn't far behind with 28. Minnesota is tied for first place in the Western Conference at 40-and-17. The Wolves host San Antonio tomorrow night.

The Wild scored three goals in the second period of their 5-2 win over the Seattle Kraken at Climate Pledge Arena on Saturday. The Wild gave up a goal in the first minute of regulation before scoring the game's next five goals to take control of the contest. Kirill Kaprizov scored twice in the victory, while Marcus Johansson, Matt Boldy, and Dakota Mermis also lit the lamp. Minnesota is tied for fifth place in the Central Division with 62 points and a 28-24-and-6 record. The Wild welcome the Hurricanes tomorrow.

The Twins gave up two go-ahead runs in the bottom of the seventh inning during an 8-6 loss to the Boston Red Sox in Spring Training at JetBlue Park. The Twins scored six runs in the top half of the frame to tie the game at six before Caleb Boushley gave up a two-run home run in the bottom of the inning. He was tagged with the loss in relief. Bailey Ober surrendered four unearned runs in his first exhibition start, and Alex Kirilloff had a double. Simeon Woods Richardson starts for Minnesota against the Yankees tonight.

The Minnesota Gophers hit just 31-percent of their shots during a 73-55 loss to the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Pinnacle Bank Arena. Minnesota trailed by eight at the half and was outscored 45-35 the rest of the way. Cam Christie had 14 points in the losing effort. Minnesota is in seventh place in the Big Ten with an 8-and-8 conference record and a 17-and-10 mark overall. The Gophers visit number-12 Illinois on Wednesday night.

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