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MONDAY RESULTS – March 20

(indoor high school track)

(G/B) Dordt College High School Open meet

(Gehlen Catholic girls results) 4X200 RELAY — 3rd-1:58.21 (Abbie Dickman-Kate Hill-Katelyn Langel-Sydney Livermore).

(Gehlen Catholic boys results) 800-METER RUN — 1st-Alec Langel (2:12.38)  ..  55-METER HURDLES — 2nd-Brogan Thoms (:08.37) & 3rd-Xavier Roberts (:08.74)  ..  4X400 RELAY  —  3rd-3:54.60 (Jacob Nemmers-Eli Ellensohn-Xavier Roberts-Izaac Herbst)  ..  4X800 RELAY — 3rd-9:12.36 (Jordan Von Arb-Blake Feng-Kevin Feng-Alec Langel).

(G/B) Dan Lennon meet at the Dakotadome in Vermillion

(Le Mars girls results) HIGH JUMP3rd-Dakotah Owens (5’2″).

(Le Mars boys results) 4X400 RELAY2nd-3:39.92 (Andrew Waskow-J.T. Engebretson-Ben Wadle-Collin Nemmers)  ..  1600 MEDLEY RELAY5th-3:53.83 (Collin Nemmers-Kyle Kliever-Ben Wadle-Andrew Waskow)  ..  60-METER HIGH HURDLES5th-Kyle Kliever (:08.91)  ..  4X200 RELAY 7th-1:39.48 (Collin Nemmers-Kyle Kliever-J.T. Engebretson-Eric Grasz)  ..  800-METER RUN7th-Alec Rieken (2:08.68).

(Kingsley-Pierson/Woodbury Central results)  SHOT PUT1st-Nick Phelps (65’10 1/2″ – 3rd best all-time in Iowa)

(college basketball)

N-I-T
Round 2
U-C-F 63, Illinois State 62
Illinois 71, Boise State 56
Cal State Bakersfield 81, Colorado State 63
Texas-Arlington 85, Akron 69

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 105, Atlanta 90
Indiana 107, Utah 100
Orlando 112, Philadelphia 109, OT
Boston 110, Washington 102
Golden State 111, Oklahoma City 95
Houston 125, Denver 124
L.A. Clippers 114, New York 105

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 4, Boston 2
Buffalo 2, Detroit 1
Nashville 3, Arizona 1
Dallas 1, San Jose 0
Edmonton 2, Los Angeles 0

(spring training baseball)

Boston 7, Baltimore 4
Miami 9, Atlanta 3
Detroit 5, N.Y. Mets 1
N.Y. Yankees 9, Washington 3
Pittsburgh 5, Tampa Bay 4
Minnesota 8, Toronto 2
Cincinnati 10, Kansas City 6
Cleveland 14, L.A. Dodgers 5
San Francisco 3, Chicago White Sox 2
Chicago Cubs 9, Colorado 6
St. Louis 12, Houston 6
Arizona 10, Oakland 6
San Diego 3, Texas 2

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS – March 21

(college basketball)

N-I-T
Round 3
Georgia Tech 74, Mississippi 66
T-C-U 86, Richmond 68

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 122, Chicago 120, OT
Brooklyn 98, Detroit 96
Miami 112, Phoenix 97
New Orleans 95, Memphis 82
Golden State 112, Dallas 87
San Antonio 100, Minnesota 93
Milwaukee 93, Portland 90
L.A. Clippers 133, L.A. Lakers 109

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 3, Buffalo 1
New Jersey 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, OT
Washington 4, Calgary 2
Ottawa 3, Boston 2
Detroit 2, Montreal 1, OT
Arizona 5, Tampa Bay 3
Carolina 4, Florida 3
Winnipeg 3, Philadelphia 2
Vancouver 5, Chicago 4, OT
Minnesota 3, San Jose 2
St. Louis 4, Colorado 2

(spring training baseball)

Pittsburgh 5, Tampa Bay 4
Houston 2, Miami 1
Philadelphia 9, Minnesota 5
L.A. Angels 9, Cincinnati 1
Arizona 4, Kansas City 2
Toronto 5, Baltimore 2
Boston 4, N-Y Yankees 2
Texas 4, Chicago White Sox 3
Oakland 8, Seattle 5
Washington 3, Atlanta 1
Milwaukee 5, L.A. Dodgers 4
San Francisco 5, San Diego 3

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS – March 22

(World Baseball Classic)

LOS ANGELES – Marcus Stroman carried a no-hitter into the seventh inning and Ian Kinsler belted a two-run homer as the United States crushed Puerto Rico, 8-0 to win the World Baseball Classic. Stroman allowed just four balls past the infield and left to a standing ovation following Angel Pagan’s double leading off the seventh. The Toronto Blue Jays hurler silenced a Puerto Rican club that had outscored the opposition 55-26 while winning its first seven games of the tournament

(college basketball)

N-I-T
Round 3
Cal State  Bakersfield 80. Texas-Arlington 76
U-C-F 68, Illinois 58

(N-B-A basketball)

Charlotte 109, Orlando 102
Boston 109, Indiana 100
Chicago 117, Detroit 95
Oklahoma City 122, Philadelphia 97
Washington 104, Atlanta 100
Denver 126, Cleveland 113
Milwaukee 116, Sacramento 98
Utah 108, New York 101

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 5, Columbus 2
N.Y. Islanders 3, N.Y. Rangers 2
Anaheim 4, Edmonton 3

(spring training baseball)

N-Y Yankees 7, Philadelphia 3
Kansas City 6, San Diego 2
Colorado 10, Cleveland 2
Houston 8, Minnesota 4
Toronto 5, Detroit 4
Oakland 5, Chicago White Sox 3
Texas 7, L.A. Angels (ss) 4
L.A. Angels (ss) 9, Seattle 8
Baltimore 7, Tampa Bay 4
St. Louis 6, Washington 1
Miami 15, N-Y Mets 9
San Francisco 6, Milwaukee 4
Cincinnati 5, Chicago Cubs 2, 5 Innings

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS – March 23

(college basketball)

N-C-A-A TOURNAMENT
MIDWEST REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(9) Oregon 69, (23) Michigan 68
(3) Kansas 98, (15) Purdue 66

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tyler Dorsey capped his 20-point night by nailing the go-ahead layup with 1:08 left to lead third seed Oregon past Michigan, 69-68 in the NCAA’s Midwest Regional semifinals. Dorsey has delivered six straight games of 20 points or more, a streak that began in the Pac-12 Tournament. Jordan Bell finished with 16 points and 13 boards for Oregon.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Frank Mason III and Devonte Graham dropped in 26 points apiece as top seed Kansas blasted Purdue, 98-66 in the NCAA Tournament. Josh Jackson added 15 and 12 rebounds for the Jayhawks, who put together an 11-0 run after carrying a seven-point lead into the second half. Kansas will take on Oregon in the Midwest Regional final on Saturday.

WEST REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(2) Gonzaga 61, (13) West Virginia 58
Xavier 73, (4) Arizona 71

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Top seed Gonzaga’s game in the NCAA Tournament went down to the wire before the top-seeded Bulldogs pulled out a 61-58 thriller against West Virginia on Jordan Mathews’ go-ahead 3-pointer with under a minute left. The Mountaineers led by three late in the game and had three chances to tie the game following Mathews’ final basket. Mathews, Przemek Karnowski and Johnathan Williams each scored 13 points for Gonzaga, which is in the Elite 8 for the third time in school history.

SAN JOSE, Calif. — No. 11 Xavier pulled off the biggest surprise of the NCAA Tournament on Thursday by beating second-seeded Arizona, 73-71 in the West Regional semifinal at San Jose. Sean O’Mara hit a short basket with 40 seconds left before Allonzo Trier missed a 3-point attempt in the closing seconds, sending the Musketeers into the Elite 8 for the first time since 2008. Trevon Bluiett scored 25 points for Xavier, which will face Gonzaga on Saturday.

 W-N-I-T
Iowa (20-13) 80, Colorado 62

IOWA CITY — Alexa Kastanek came off the bench to lead four players in double figures with 19 points Thursday night as the Iowa women defeated Colorado 80-62 to advance to the Elite 8 of the W-N-I-T.  The victory was coach Lisa Bluder’s 699th of her career.

(N-B-A basketball)

Brooklyn 126, Phoenix 98
Toronto 101, Miami 84
Dallas 97, L.A. Clippers 95
San Antonio 97, Memphis 90
Portland 110, New York 95

(N-H-L hockey)

Tampa Bay 6, Boston 3
Washington 2, Columbus 1, SO
Toronto 4, New Jersey 2
Florida 3, Arizona 1
Carolina 4, Montreal 1
Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1, SO
Philadelphia 3, Minnesota 1
St. Louis 4, Vancouver 1
Nashville 3, Calgary 1
Chicago 3, Dallas 2, SO
Edmonton 7, Colorado 4
Los Angeles 5, Winnipeg 2

(spring training baseball)

St. Louis 5, Miami 3
Minnesota 4, Philadelphia 2
Washington 1, N.Y. Mets 0
N.Y. Yankees 5, Tampa Bay 5
Boston 10, Pittsburgh 7
Chicago White Sox 4, Cincinnati 2
Cleveland 8, Colorado 3
Oakland 15, Milwaukee 5
Chicago Cubs 5, Arizona 5
San Diego 6, L.A. Angels 2
Atlanta 2, Detroit 1
L.A. Dodgers 10, Texas 2
Seattle 9, San Francisco 2

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS – March 24

(college basketball)

N-C-A-A TOURNAMENT
EAST REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
South Carolina 70, (12) Baylor 50
(20) Florida 84, (25) Wisconsin 83, overtime

NEW YORK — Sindarius Thornwell scored 24 points and seventh-seeded South Carolina cruised past third-seeded Baylor 70-50 on Friday night in the East Regional semifinals, the Bears’ worst NCAA Tournament loss.  The Gamecocks (25-10) were in control from the middle of the first half on, mixing defenses and hustling all over the Madison Square Garden court to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time.  DJ Dozier and Chris Silva had 12 points each and Duane Notice added 11 for the Gamecocks.  Johnathan Motley had 18 points, 12 in the second half, for Baylor (27-8), which just couldn’t get any offense going. The Bears missed 11 of their first 13 shots from the field and it didn’t get a whole lot better the entire game. They finished 17 for 56 from the field (30.4 percent), including 3 for 13 from 3-point range.

NEW YORK — Chris Chiozza went end to end and made a 3-pointer at the buzzer to give Florida an 84-83 victory against Wisconsin on Friday night in the first overtime game of this NCAA Tournament.  Nigel Hayes had given the Badgers (27-10) a 2-point lead with 4 seconds left on two free throws. With no timeouts left, the Gators inbounded to Chiozza and the point guard stopped right at the arc and dropped in the winner for Florida (27-8).  Wisconsin’s Zak Showalter forced overtime with a leaning 3-pointer off one leg with 2.1 seconds left in regulation as the Badgers wiped out a 12-point deficit in the last 4:15.  The fourth-seeded Gators (27-8) will play South Carolina on Sunday in an all-Southeastern Conference regional final at Madison Square Garden. Florida is in the Elite Eight for the first time since 2014, and for the first time with second-year coach Mike White — the man who replaced Billy Donovan in Gainesville.

SOUTH REGIONAL SEMIFINALS
(5) North Carolina 92, (21) Butler 80
(6) Kentucky 86, (8) U-C-L-A 75

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Joel Berry II scored 26 points and Justin Jackson added 24 as top-seeded North Carolina moved to the Elite Eight with a 92-80 victory over Butler in the NCAA South Region on Friday night.  Luke Maye recorded his first career double-double with 16 points and 12 rebounds, helping fuel a quick start for Carolina (30-7). The Tar Heels never let their lead get under double digits in the second half.  Andrew Chrabascz led the fourth-seeded Bulldogs (25-9) with 21 points and seven rebounds, while Kelan Martin finished with 16 points for Butler, which struggled shooting early and did not recover.  Carolina, which reached the Elite Eight for the 27th time, connected on 54.4 percent of their shots, while Butler was at 43.5 percent.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — De’Aaron Fox scored a career-high 39 points as the Kentucky Wildcats beat U-C-L-A 86-75 Friday night in a showdown between two of college basketball’s goliaths for a spot in the South Regional final.  The only No. 2 seed to survive and advance, the Wildcats (32-5) won their 14th straight game. Now the NCAA’s winningest program will play another of basketball’s titans Sunday in top-seeded North Carolina with a trip to yet another Final Four on the line.  The third-seeded Bruins (31-5) still have the most national titles. Yet they leave their third Sweet 16 under coach Steve Alford short of the Elite Eight.

(N-B-A basketball)

Washington 129, Brooklyn 108
Cleveland 112, Charlotte 105
Orlando 115, Detroit 87
Denver 125, Indiana 117
Boston 130, Phoenix 120
Philadelphia 117, Chicago 107
Milwaukee 100, Atlanta 97
Houston 117, New Orleans 107
Golden State 114, Sacramento 100
L.A. Lakers 130, Minnesota 119

(N-H-L hockey)

N-Y Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3, SO
Tampa Bay 2, Detroit 1, OT
Dallas 6, San Jose 1
Anaheim 3, Winnipeg 1

(spring training baseball)

Detroit 3, Atlanta 2, 10 Innings
N-Y Yankees 3, Philadelphia 2
Pittsburgh 4, Tampa Bay 0
Houston 2, N-Y Mets 0
Texas 4, San Diego 3
Cleveland 4, Chicago Cubs 2
Toronto 3, Boston 2
Oakland 8, Chicago White Sox 2
Seattle 4, Kansas City 3
Baltimore 5, Minnesota 5
L.A. Angels 4, Seattle 0
St. Louis 3, Washington 1
L.A. Dodgers 13, Arizona 6
Cincinnati 12, Milwaukee 11
San Francisco 6, Colorado 5
Miami 3, Washington 0

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS – March 25

(indoor high school track)

Ruth Marske Invitational at the Dakotadome in Vermillion

(Le Mars girls results) SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY  — 2nd-4:33.70 (Katie McAllister-Dakotah Owens-Sydney Rand-Chle Calhoun)  ..  HIGH JUMP — 5th-Dakotah Owens (5’0″)  ..  300-METER HURDLES — 5th-Jacenta Sargisson (:52.38) & 8th-Jordyn Davison (:52.66)  ..  4X200 RELAY — 6th-1:52.72 (Katie McAllister-Halie Schwartz-Haylee Lenz-Dakotah Owens)  ..  1600-METER RUN — 6th-Chloe Calhoun (5:42.89)  ..  TEAM STANDINGS- Le Mars finished 14th.

(Le Mars boys results)  110 HIGH HURDLES — 3rd-Kyle Kliever (:16.03)  ..  800-METER RUN — 3rd-Alec Rieken (2:05.75)  .. 4X400 RELAY — 4th-3:38.64 (Andrew Waskow-Ben Wadle-J.T. Engebretson-Eric Gracz)  ..  300-METER HURDLES — 6th-Ben Wadle (:43:87)  ..   LONG JUMP — 7th-J.T. Engebretson (18’11 1/2″)  ..  4X100 RELAY — 7th-:46.79 (Jordan Jensen-Kyle Kliever-Gabe Toki-Logan Lancaster)  ..  400-METER DASH — 7th-Andrew Waskow (:53.77)  ..  TEAM STANDINGS- Le Mars finished 13th.

(college basketball)

N-C-A-A TOURNAMENT
MIDWEST REGIONAL FINALS
(9) Oregon 74, (3) Kansas 60

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tyler Dorsey shot 6-for-10 from 3-point range and scored a game-high 27 points as Oregon eliminated top seed Kansas, 74-60 in the NCAA Midwest Regional final at Kansas City. Dorsey was 9-for-13 from the field overall and finished with five rebounds as Oregon advanced to the Final Four for the first time since 1939. Frank Mason III was the lone Jayhawk to score more than 10 points, finishing with 21.

WEST REGIONAL FINALS
(2) Gonzaga 83, Xavier 59

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Top seed Gonzaga has advanced to the Final Four in the NCAA Tournament for the first time by clobbering Xavier, 83-59. The Zags relied on their outside shooting and defense, hitting 12 of their 3-point attempts and shutting down a Musketeers squad that torched Florida State for 91 points last Sunday. Nigel Williams-Goss scored 23 points and Johnathan Williams had 19 for the Bulldogs.

(N-B-A basketball)

L.A. Clippers 108, Utah 95
Washington 127, Cleveland 115
San Antonio 106, New York 98
Toronto 94, Dallas 86
Portland 112, Minnesota 100

(N-H-L hockey)

Vancouver 4, Minnesota 2
Columbus 1, Philadelphia 0
Calgary 3, St. Louis 2, OT
Carolina 3, New Jersey 1
Boston 2, N.Y. Islanders 1
Buffalo 5, Toronto 2
Montreal 3, Ottawa 1
Washington 4, Arizona 1
Florida 7, Chicago 0
Nashville 7, San Jose 2
Edmonton 4, Colorado 1
N.Y. Rangers 3, Los Angeles 0

(Champions Indoor Football)

Sioux City Bandits 62, Kansas City Phantoms 35

(spring training baseball)

Philadelphia 3, Boston 3, tie
Washington 4, Houston 1
Pittsburgh 5, Detroit 4
Kansas City 1, Milwaukee 0, 10 Innings
Cincinnati 11, Oakland (ss) 6
L.A. Dodgers 11, Oakland (ss) 6
L.A. Angels 7, Arizona 4
Boston 7, Tampa Bay 5
N-Y Yankees 6, Toronto 5
Chicago White Sox 10, Cleveland 7
Seattle 3, Texas 1
Baltimore 6, Minnesota 3
Miami 1, St. Louis 0
N-Y Mets 3, Atlanta 0
Chicago Cubs (ss) 11, Cincinnati 7
Colorado 7, Chicago Cubs (ss) 4
San Francisco 8, San Diego 7

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS – March 26

MEN’S N-C-A-A TOURNAMENT
EAST REGIONAL FINALS
South Carolina 77, (20) Florida 70

NEW YORK — Sindarius Thornwell scored 26 points and South Carolina earned its first trip to the Final Four with a 77-70 victory over Florida on Sunday.  The seventh-seeded Gamecocks (26-10) used their trademark swarming defense and some solid free throw shooting to beat their fellow Southeastern Conference Gators (27-9) in the East Regional final at Madison Square Garden.  South Carolina will face Gonzaga, the No. 1 seed from the West Regional, in the Final Four on Saturday at Glendale, Arizona.  The game was as close as expected until the final minute. There were 14 lead changes and 10 ties. The last lead change came on two free throws by Thornwell with 2:24 left that made it 65-63. Florida managed just three field goals over the final 3:55.

SOUTH REGIONAL FINALS
(5) North Carolina 75, (6) Kentucky 73

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Luke Maye hit a jumper with 0.3 seconds left, and top-seeded North Carolina held off Kentucky 75-73 to earn the Tar Heels’ second straight trip to the Final Four and 20th all-time in Sunday’s showdown of college basketball’s elite in the South Regional.  The Tar Heels (31-7) will play Midwest champ Oregon on Saturday in Phoenix in the national semifinal.  North Carolina took control with a 12-0 run within the final 5 minutes. Kentucky’s freshmen De’Aaron Fox and Malik Monk hit three quick 3s, the last two by Monk and his second with 7.2 seconds left tied it up at 73.  Theo Pinson brought the ball down, passed back to Maye. The sophomore from Huntersville, North Carolina, knocked it down for the win with his feet on the 3-point line.  The Wildcats had one last chance, but Derek Willis’ inbound pass went out of bounds on the far end.  Kentucky (32-6) will miss out on the Final Four for the second straight year.

W-N-I-T
Washington State 74, Iowa 66

WOMEN’S N-C-A-A TOURNAMENT
LEXINGTON REGIONAL FINAL
Stanford 76, Notre Dame 75

OKLAHOMA CITY REGIONAL FINAL
Mississippi State 94, Baylor 85, overtime

(N-B-A basketball)

Brooklyn 107, Atlanta 92
Charlotte 120, Phoenix 106
Chicago 109, Milwaukee 94
Houston 137, Oklahoma City 125
Sacramento 98, L.A. Clippers 97
Boston 112, Miami 108
Indiana 107, Philadelphia 94
Golden State 106, Memphis 94
New Orleans 115, Denver 90
Portland 97, L.A. Lakers 81

(N-H-L hockey)

Detroit 3, Minnesota 2, OT
Dallas 2, New Jersey 1, OT
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 2
Winnipeg 2, Vancouver 1
Anaheim 6, N.Y. Rangers 3

(spring training baseball)

Boston 7, Minnesota 2
Houston 5, Washington 1
St. Louis 3, Miami 0
Philadelphia 6, Pittsburgh 3
N.Y. Yankees 7, Tampa Bay 4
Toronto (ss) 4, Detroit 3
Baltimore 2, Toronto (ss) 1
N.Y. Mets 8, Atlanta 2
Chicago Cubs 22, Cincinnati (ss) 4
Texas 3, L.A. Dodgers 2
Oakland 11, Milwaukee 1
San Diego (ss) 9, Chicago Cubs 4
Chicago White Sox 4, San Francisco 3
Seattle 7, Cincinnati (ss) 6
Cleveland 6, Arizona 5
Colorado 4, San Diego (ss) 1
Kansas City 8, L.A. Angels 7