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SPORTS Tuesday, April 11, 2023


MONDAY BASEBALL

Red Wing 4

Rochester Century 1 Win: Will Hanisch Save: Will Jacobson


Winona Cotter 6

Goodhue 1


TUESDAY BASEBALL

Zumbrota-Mazeppa @ Lake City

United South Central @ Goodhue

Cannon Falls @ Byron

Plainview-Elgin-Millville @ Chatfield

Ellsworth @ Altoona

Prescott @ Somerset

Melrose-Mindoro @ Pepin-Alma


SOFTBALL

Rochester Century @ Red Wing

Faribault Bethlehem Academy @ Goodhue

Chatfield @ Plainview-Elgin-Millville

Ellsworth @ St. Croix Central

Prescott @ Somerset

Melrose-Mindoro @ Pepin-Alma


BOYS TENNIS

Northfield @ Red Wing

Winona Cotter @ Lake City


BOYS & GIRLS TRACK & FIELD

Red Wing @ Faribault


The Wild rallied for three goals in the third period to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-2 at United Center. Marcus Johansson tied the game with six minutes left in regulation, and he sent in the go-ahead goal less than three minutes later. Gustav Nyquist added an empty-netter to seal the deal. The Wild remain in third place in the Central Division with 102 points and a 46-24-and-10 record. They host the Jets tonight.


The Twins had one bad inning during a 4-3 loss to the Chicago White Sox at Target Field. The Twins surrendered all four of Chicago's runs in the top of the fourth inning. Kenta Maeda was charged with his second loss of the season after giving up four runs on five hits in six innings. Trevor Larnach had an RBI in the losing effort. The Twins dropped to 6-and-4 overall, and they send Pablo Lopez to the mound against the Southsiders tonight.


The Timberwolves play for the seventh-seed in the Western Conference against the Los Angeles Lakers in the play-in round at Crypto-dot-com Arena tonight. The winner of tonight's contest will lock-up the seventh-seed, while the loser will have to play and win one more game in order to make the playoffs as the eight seed. The Wolves will be without center Rudy Gobert tonight after suspending him for a game after he threw a punch at teammate Kyle Anderson during Minnesota's win against the Pelicans on Sunday.


The Minnesota Lynx are hoping they found a diamond in the rough during the 2023 WNBA Draft. Minnesota selected Maryland guard Diamond Miller with the second overall pick in last night's draft. Miller averaged 19-point-seven points and six-point-four rebounds with the Terrapins last season. The Lynx also selected French center Maia Hirsch in the first round, and they added two second round picks and one third round selection.





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