Central Minnesota Sports Round Up
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Mar 6, 2014 at 6:06 am
Sports for Wednesday, March 6th
NHL: Wild are off until Saturday when they are at the Stars
NBA: Knicks 118, Wolves 106
- Carmelo Anthony had 33 points and 5 rebounds as the Knicks break a 7 game losing streak
- Wolves fall back to .500 as they are 30-30 on the season
- Wolves are off until Friday when they host the Pistons
MSC: Cathedral 4, Totino Grace 3 F/OT
- Eric Gabois (Gab-wah) had the winning goal in overtime, sending the Crusaders into the semi-finals
Other Class A State championship finals
East Grand Forks 5, Orono 1
New Prague 5, Chisago Lakes Area 2
Hermantown 6, Luverne 3
With the win, Cathedral will take on top seeded East Grand Forks Friday at 1pm
Tonight, St. Cloud Tech will be looking to punch their ticket to state in the 8-4A sectional final against Buffalo. Williams Integracare pregame starts at 7pm on AM 1450 FM 103.3 KNSI
NFL: Chicago Bears Devin Hester says that the team will release him and that he will not be back with the team. The Bears had no comment as of last night.
College Basketball: The St. Cloud State Huskies dropped out of the regional rankings yesterday, which means that their chances of making the NCAA tournament is a long shot.
- Gopher Men wrap up their regular season Sunday when they take on Penn State looking for their 19th win of the year.
College Hockey: The St. Cloud State Huskies take on Colorado College on the road Friday and Saturday on AM 1450 FM 103.3 KNSI. Williams Integracare Pregame gets started at 7:40 Friday AND Saturday night.
MLB: Orioles 11, Twins 5
- Twins pitchers were smacked around for 12 hits, but 4 of the runs were unearned.
- Twins will take on the St. Louis Cardinals this afternoon, first pitch is set for noon.
- Good chance of rain throughout the afternoon
MISC: St. Ben's has removed the interim tag from Swim and Dive coach Dan Eckberg. Has was the interim head coach last season. Eckberg was previously the swim and dive head coach at St. Cloud Tech.
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