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SPORTS Wednesday, March 6, 2024




TUESDAY SCORES:

Boys Basketball Section 1AAA Quarterfinal

Stewartville 89 Red Wing 44


WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE:

Rushford-Peterson vs. Goodhue Boys Basketball Section 1A Quarterfinal at Mayo Civic Auditorium 7:30pm on KWNG or online here.


Lewiston-Altura vs. Cannon Falls Boys Basketball Section 1AA Quarterfinals at the Mayo Civic Center Arena at 7:30 


The Timberwolves are gearing up for a six-game road trip that starts against the Indiana Pacers tomorrow at Gainbridge Fieldhouse. Minnesota just wrapped up a seven-game homestand with a 119-114 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday. The T-Wolves are 43-and-19 this season. Tomorrow's game starts at 6:00PM.


The Twins surrendered four runs in the bottom of the third during a 5-4 Spring Training loss against the St. Louis Cardinals at Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium. Alex Kirilloff hit his first home run of the spring during the losing effort, and Chris Paddack was charged with the loss after giving up three runs on three hits in two-and-two-thirds innings. Joe Ryan starts for Minnesota against Boston today.


The Minnesota Gophers wrap up their home schedule with a game against the Indiana Hoosiers at Williams Arena tonight. The Gophers are coming off a 75-70 win over Penn State last Saturday. Minnesota lost to Indiana 74-62 when the two teams played on January 12th. The Gophers are tied for seventh place in the Big Ten with a 9-and-9 conference record and an 18-and-11 mark overall. Tonight's game tips off at 8:00PM.


The Bucks begin a west-coast swing tonight. The team tips off against the Warriors in San Francisco. Milwaukee is coming off a big win over the Clippers where Damian Lillard led all scorers with 41 points. The Bucks have won six games in a row and sit atop the Central Division at 41-and-21. In other news, Giannis Antetokounmpo's status for tonight is uncertain due to tendinitis in his left Achilles. He missed the team's win against LA with the injury.


The Brewers got crushed by the Giants 13-8 in a spring training game from Scottsdale. Rhys Hoskins and Wes Clarke each slugged solo homers, while Jackson Chourio went 3-for-3 with an RBI. Jakob Junis got the start and gave up four runs over two innings. Milwaukee is now 3-and-7 in exhibition play and will square off against the Guardians and Reds in split-squad action this afternoon.



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