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SPORTS Monday, March 11, 2024




SATURDAY SCORES:

Lake City 63 Zumbrota-Mazeppa 46 Boys Basketball Section 1AA Semi-Final

Cannon Falls 82 Caledonia 81 Boys Basketball Section 1AA Semi-Final


Goodhue 86 Fillmore Central 66 Boys Basketball Section 1A Semi-Final

Blooming Prairie 74 Kingsland 72 Boys Basketball Section 1A Semi-Final


Prescott 63 GET 48 Division 3- Section 1A Championship



The Wild used a daring strategy to beat the Nashville Predators 4-3 in overtime at the Xcel Energy Center. The Wild pulled their goalie at the end of the extra period to gain another attacker, meaning they would forfeit the overtime point if Nashville scored. However, Matt Boldy lit the lamp for Minnesota to give the team two points. Jonas Brodin, Kirill Kaprizov, and Ryan Hartman also lit the lamp in the victory. The Wild are in fifth place in the Central Division with 69 points and a 31-27-and-7 record. Minnesota is just six points back of Vegas for the final playoff spot in the Western Conference. The Wild host the Coyotes tomorrow night.


The Timberwolves had an abysmal fourth quarter during a 120-109 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers at Crypto-dot-com Arena. The Wolves led by one entering the fourth, but they were on the wrong side of a 16-2 run to begin the final frame and weren't able to get back into the game. Anthony Edwards and Naz Reid both had 25 points in the losing effort. Minnesota is in third place in the Western Conference with a 44-and-21 record. The Wolves visit the Clippers tomorrow night.


The Twins gave up 12 hits during a 7-3 Spring Training loss against the Washington Nationals at Lee Health Sports Complex. Max Kepler hit a two-run home run, but Pablo Lopez surrendered three earned runs and one unearned run in four innings to get charged with the loss. Chris Paddack starts for Minnesota against the Braves today


The Minnesota Gophers ended their regular season with a 90-66 loss against the Northwestern Wildcats at Welsh-Ryan Arena. Minnesota gave up 53 points in the first half and was outscored by 12 after halftime. Dawson Garcia had 30 points in the losing effort. Minnesota finished the season tied for eighth place in the Big Ten with a 9-and-11 conference record and an 18-and-13 mark overall. The Gophers take on Michigan State in the Big Ten Tournament on Thursday.



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