Central Minnesota Sports Round Up
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Mar 17, 2014 at 6:07 am
Sports for Monday, March 17th
NBA: Timberwolves 104, Kings 102
- Kevin Love had 26 points and 10 rebounds
- Kevin Martin had 31 points
- All five starters scored in double figures
- Wolves are off until Wed. when they take on Dallas
NHL: Wild @ Bruins tonight, puck drops at 6:30pm
- Boston has the most points in the Eastern Conference
MLB: Twins 4, Marlins 2
- Ricky Nolasco went 5 innings and gave up 2 earned runs and struck out 3
- Trevor Plouffe went 2-3
- Twins are at the Orioles today, first pitch is at 6:05pm
College Hockey: SCSU was swept by Miami of Ohio over the weekend, which means they are off next weekend. They will be back in action the following week, March 28th for the NCAA tournament.
- No Bob Motzko Coaches Show tonight.
College Basketball: The Gophers missed out on the NCAA tournament, but they did get the #1 seed in the NIT tournament. They will take on High Point University Tuesday at Williams Arena.
- The #1 seeds in the NCAA are; Florida, Arizona, Virginia and Wichita State
NFL: Minnesota Vikings renegotiated Chad Greenway's contract, the move has saved the Vikings a million dollars against the salary cap.
- Vikings met with Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater yesterday, who played his college football at Louisville and is expected to be a top pick in May's draft
MSC: Boys State Basketball tourney results
2nd. Rushford Peterson
3rd. Maranatha Christian Academy
1st. DeLaSalle (3rd straight championship)
3rd. Holy Family Catholic
1st. Lakeville North
Other News: SCSU Wrestling team had a great weekend, having four wrestlers named All-American. Jay Hildreth (149), Clint Poster (157), Gabe Fogarty (165) and Austin Goergen (285).
- In the Division II Swimming and Diving Championship over the weekend, SCSU swimmer Alex Bryson finished fourth in the country in the 1650 yard freestyle.
- Diver Tyler Magalis finished fourth in the three-meter and third in the one-meter
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