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22nd March 2018

No. 3 Cass Lake-Bena (30-1) survived a double-overtime scare with a 63-61 win over Rushford-Peterson (23-8) on Thursday evening in the 2018 MSHSL Class A Boys’ Basketball Tournament quarterfinals at Williams Arena.

The Panthers, competing in their seventh state tournament and first since 2010, advance to the state semifinals to face No. 2 North Woods today at 2 p.m. at Target Center. 

Three players scored in double-figures for Cass Lake-Bena led by senior guard Noah DeLapaz with 15 points on five 3-pointers. Sophomore guard Jarell Jacobs added 13 points while sinking 8-of-9 at the foul line. Senior guard Arnold Kingbird added 12 points, five assists and five steals.

In all, the game featured 11 ties and 11 lead changes, with five of the ties and eight of the lead changes coming in the second half and two overtimes. 

The Panthers will take on North Woods today in the semifinals at 2pm.  You can watch on Channel 45, or online at 


Junior outfielder Makayla Pagel recorded the most RBI in a single game since 2003 to lead the Beavers to a split on the final day at the Concordia-Moorhead Games in West St. Paul, Minn. The Beavers (11-11) fell to Bethany Lutheran College off of a walk-off homerun in the game one of the day but responded with a 7-2 victory over Concordia-Moorhead College.

Pagel batted 4-for-4 at the plate against the Cobbers including two home runs and accounted for six of BSU’s seven runs to power the Beavers to victory.  

The Beavers are scheduled to begin Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play next Tuesday with their first home series of the season against University of Minnesota Crookston. The Beavers and Golden Eagles are scheduled to play a doubleheader beginning at 2 p.m., March 27.


The NCAA Mens Hockey Tournament starts today.  The WCHA has two teams in the tournament.  Minnesota State plays Duluth in Sioux Falls today at 6:30pm tonight.  You can watch on ESNP3.  Michigan Tech will play Notre Dame at 2pm today on ESPN2.  St Cloud State, Ohio State, Cornell and Notre Dame are the #1 seeds.  The Frozen Four is in two weeks at the X in St Paul.


The Twins will use a four-man starting rotation to begin the season rather than go with the normal five-man group. 

The decision was announced Thursday by manager Paul Molitor, who said there are enough days off in March to get by with four starters while they wait for Ervin Santana to return from his finger injury in April. 

Jake Odorizzi (OH-dor-ree-zee )  will start the season opener in Baltimore.  Odorizzi will be followed by Kyle Gibson, Jose Berrios and Lance Lynn. 

Berrios is third in line because the Twins feel it'll set him up to start one of their games in Puerto Rico – his home country – Apr. 17 or 18 against Cleveland. 


The Timberwolves travel to the Knicks tonight.  The Wild host the Predators tomorrow and the Bruins on Sunday.


Renowned jockey dies after falling off horse headfirst during race
March 23, 2018, 7:00 am
Jose Flores, a renowned jockey who had won more than 4,000 races in a career that spanned over three decades, died Thursday of injuries suffered in a horrifying racing accident.

Loyola-Chicago rambles on to Elite Eight with win over Nevada
March 22, 2018, 9:30 pm
It’s official: Loyola-Chicago’s men’s basketball team has even exceeded Sister Jean’s expectations.

March Madness 2018 schedule and what to know
March 22, 2018, 3:53 pm
March Madness is underway: college athletes are competing in the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament in hopes of being crowned national champions.

Ex-MLB pitcher who fractured hand punching naked man on LSD gets millions
March 22, 2018, 5:55 am
A California jury awarded millions to a former MLB pitcher who claimed his pitching hand was never the same after punching a naked man on LSD who attacked him and tried to break into his home.

College football player with 'huge heart' dies in Mexico while on spring break, months before graduation
March 22, 2018, 1:00 am
A football player expected to graduate from Amherst College in Massachusetts this coming May died in Mexico while on spring break last week.

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