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MONDAY RESULTS - March 7

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 1A QUARTERFINALS

#5-West Hancock (24-2) 67, #7-IKM-Manning (22-3) 51
Council Bluffs St. Albert (16-9) 69, #2-Danville (24-2) 46
South O'Brien (23-3) 46, #9-Grand View Christian (25-2) 32
#6-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (24-2) 67, #8-Jesup (22-4) 48

CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#6-Cascade (21-3) 60, Osage (20-5) 27
Pella Christian (17-9) 59, #2-Dike-New Hartford (25-1) 52

(college basketball)

COLLEGE BASKETBALL-TOURNAMENTS

UNDATED — Three more NCAA automatic tournament spots have been clinched in men's college basketball.

Second-seeded Iona beat top-seeded Monmouth 79-76 to win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament title and the NCAA Tournament berth that goes with it. A.J. English hit a fadeway jumper with 1:39 left to break a tie.

N-C Wilmington won its first Colonial Athletic Association title in 10 years and earned a trip to the NCAA Tournament, getting 20 points from Craig Ponder in an 80-73 overtime victory over top-seeded Hofstra.

Greg Pryor and Tre' McLean each had 13 points, and top-seeded Chattanooga held on to defeat second-seeded East Tennessee State 73-67 to win the Southern Conference championship and earn an automatic bid.

(major league spring training baseball)

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

(N-B-A basketball)

Memphis 106, Cleveland 103
Indiana 99, San Antonio 91
Charlotte 108, Minnesota 103
Chicago 100, Milwaukee 90
New Orleans 115, Sacramento 112
L.A. Clippers 109, Dallas 90
Golden State 119, Orlando 113

(N-H-L hockey)

Buffalo 4, Toronto 3, SO
Philadelphia 4, Tampa Bay 2
Boston 5, Florida 4, OT
Colorado 3, Arizona 1
San Jose 2, Calgary 1, OT
Washington 2, Anaheim 1, SO
Los Angeles 5, Vancouver 1

 

 

 

TUESDAY RESULTS - March 8

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 2A QUARTERFINALS
#5-Anamosa (21-5) 74, #7-Des Moines Christian (21-4) 60
#1-Western Christian (23-2) 56, Kuemper Catholic (18-7) 42

CLASS 3A QUARTERFINALS
#2-Dubuque Wahlert (20-5) 79, #4-M-O-C/Floyd Valley (21-4) 74
#7-Chariton (24-1) 64, Solon (10-15) 50
#10-Cedar Rapids Xavier (17-8) 58, #3-Spirit Lake (21-4) 47
#1-Pella (23-1) 94, Perry (15-10) 54

(college basketball)

UNDATED — Four teams played their way into the 68-team NCAA men's basketball tournament by winning conference tournaments last night. Jordan Fouse scored 16 points to lead Green  Bay over Wright State, 78-69, to win the Horizon League. Fairleigh Dickinson won the Northeast Conference by beating Wagner, 87-79. Gonzaga is West Coast Conference champ after beating St. Mary's, 85-75. And South Dakota State beat North Dakota State, 67-59, to win the Summit League title.

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 104, Brooklyn 99
San Antonio 116, Minnesota 91
Atlanta 91, Utah 84
Denver 110, New York 94
Portland 116, Washington 109, OT
L.A. Lakers 107, Orlando 98

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 4, Ottawa 3, SO
N.Y. Rangers 4, Buffalo 2
Columbus 5, Detroit 3
N.Y. Islanders 2, Pittsburgh 1
Montreal 4, Dallas 3, OT
Boston 1, Tampa Bay 0, OT
Nashville 4, Winnipeg 2
San Jose 3, Edmonton 0

(major league spring training baseball)

Miami 1, N.Y. Yankees 0
Washington 4, Houston 2
Detroit 6, Tampa Bay 5
Boston 5, Baltimore 1
Atlanta 5, N.Y. Mets 4
St. Louis 5, Minnesota (ss) 3
Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 2
Toronto 9, Minnesota (ss) 3
Texas 10, Oakland 3
L.A. Dodgers 7, Chicago Cubs 3
Cleveland 4, Seattle 3
Chicago White Sox 10, Milwaukee 6
Kansas City 3, Colorado 2
San Diego 8, Arizona (ss) 8, tie
L.A. Angels 5, Arizona (ss) 3
San Francisco 16, Cincinnati 7

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY RESULTS - March 9

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 4A QUARTERFINALS

#6-West Des Moines Valley (21-3) 61, #4-Dowling Catholic (20-4) 56
#1-Pleasant Valley (23-1) 57, Dubuque Senior (14-11) 42
#8-Cedar Falls (20-4) 60, #2-Council Bluffs A-L (22-2) 58
#3-Iowa City West (20-4) 51, #5-Des Moines Hoover (21-3) 48

(college basketball)

N-A-I-A WOMEN'S NATIONAL TOURNAMENT AT THE TYSON EVENTS CENTER IN SIOUX CITY
Morningside (32-2) 93, U-C Merced 64

A-C-C TOURNAMENT - (19) Duke 92, North Carolina State 89

(N-B-A basketball)

Boston 116, Memphis 96
Houston 118, Philadelphia 104
Charlotte 122, New Orleans 113
Milwaukee 114, Miami 108
Detroit 102, Dallas 96
New York 128, Phoenix 97
Oklahoma City 120, L.A. Clippers 108
Cleveland 120, Sacramento 111
Golden State 115, Utah 94

(N-H-L hockey)

Toronto 4, N.Y. Islanders 3, SO
St. Louis 3, Chicago 2, SO
Calgary 3, Nashville 2, OT
Colorado 3, Anaheim 0
Vancouver 3, Arizona 2, OT
Los Angeles 4, Washington 3, OT

(major league spring training baseball)

Houston 9, Atlanta 5
Detroit 11, Washington 5
Philadelphia (ss) 4, Minnesota 2
Philadelphia (ss) 8, Baltimore 4
Boston 6, Pittsburgh 2
Miami 5, St. Louis 3
Toronto 5, Tampa Bay 1
N.Y. Mets 4, N.Y. Yankees 4, tie, 10 innings
Colorado 8, San Francisco 6
Oakland 12, Chicago White Sox 3
Cleveland 5, Chicago Cubs 3
Texas 11, Cincinnati 5
Kansas City (ss) 7, Milwaukee 5
L.A. Angels 13, L.A. Dodgers 13, tie
Seattle 7, Kansas City (ss) 5
Arizona 8, San Diego 4

 

 

 

THURSDAY RESULTS - March 10

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 1A SEMIFINALS
Council Bluffs St. Albert (17-9) 70, #5-West Hancock (24-3) 52
South O'Brien (24-3) 65, #6-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (24-3) 56

CLASS 2A SEMIFINALS
#6-Cascade (22-3) 51, Pella Christian (17-10) 36
#1-Western Christian (24-2) 69, #5-Anamosa (21-6) 48

CLASS 3A SEMIFINALS
#2-Dubuque Wahlert (21-5) 68, #7-Chariton (24-2) 46
#10-Cedar Rapids Xavier (18-8) 70, #1-Pella (23-2) 65

(college basketball)

N-A-I-A Women's National Tournament at Sioux City
Briar Cliff (23-9) 75, St. Ambrose 63

N-A-I-A Men's National Tournament at Point Lookout, Missouri
Briar Cliff (30-3) 81, Washington Adventist 61

Big 12 Conference Tournament
Quarterfinals
(22) Baylor 75, (23) Texas 61
(1) Kansas 85, Kansas State 63
(9) West Virginia 86, T-C-U 66
(6) Oklahoma 79,  (21) Iowa State  76

Big Ten Conference Tournament
Second Round
Michigan 72, Northwestern 70, OT
Illinois 68, (20) Iowa 66
Ohio State 79, Penn State 75
Nebraska  70,  Wisconsin  58

A-C-C Tournament
Quarterfinals
(7) North Carolina 88, Pittsburgh 71
Notre Dame 84, (19) Duke 79, OT
(4) Virginia 72, Georgia Tech 52
(11) Miami 88, Virginia Tech 82

Big East Conference Tournament
Quarterfinals
(3) Villanova 81, Georgetown 67
Providence 74, Butler 60
(5) Xavier 90, Marquette 72
Seton Hall  81, Creighton 73

Pac-10 Conference Tournament
Quarterfinals
(8) Oregon 83, Washington 77
(15) Arizona 82, Colorado 78
(12) Utah 80, Southern Cal  72
California 76, Oregon State 68

S-E-C Tournament
Second Round
Florida 68, Arkansas 61
Tennessee 67, Vanderbilt 65
Alabama 81, Mississippi 73
Georgia  79,  Mississippi State  69

(N-B-A basketball)

Toronto 104, Atlanta 96
San Antonio 109, Chicago 101
Denver 116, Phoenix 98
Cleveland 120, L.A. Lakers 108

(N-H-L hockey)

Carolina 3, Boston 2, OT
Montreal 3, Buffalo 2
Detroit 3, Winnipeg 2
Florida 6, Ottawa 2
Edmonton 2, Minnesota 1
New Jersey 3, San Jose 0

(major league spring training baseball)

Atlanta 5, Miami 2
Tampa Bay 5, Pittsburgh 1
Minnesota 8, Boston 2
Baltimore 4, N.Y. Yankees (ss) 4, tie
Philadelphia 6, Detroit 6, tie
Toronto 11, N.Y. Yankees (ss) 4
N.Y. Mets 7, St. Louis 2
Kansas City 9, Chicago White Sox (ss) 2
Chicago White Sox (ss) 8, Texas 2
L.A. Dodgers 8, Oakland 3
Cleveland 9, San Diego 4
San Francisco 3, Milwaukee 1
Cincinnati 5, Colorado 4
Arizona 5, L.A. Angels 3
Seattle 10, Chicago Cubs 8
Houston 4, Washington 3

 

 

 

FRIDAY RESULTS - March 11

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 1A CONSOLATION GAME

#5-West Hancock (25-3) 61, #6-Gladbrook-Reinbeck (24-4) 56

CLASS 2A CONSOLATION GAME

Pella Christian (18-10) 77, #5-Anamosa (21-7) 73

CLASS 4A SEMIFINALS
#6-West Des Moines Valley (22-3) 50, #1-Pleasant Valley (23-2) 48
#3-Iowa City West (21-4) 61, #8-Des Moines Hoover (20-5) 59

CLASS 1A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
South O'Brien (25-3) 54, Council Bluffs St. Albert (17-10) 43

DES MOINES — Damon Struve scored 13 points and South O'Brien finished the game with a 15-0 run to beat Council Bluffs St. Albert 54-43 Friday night and win the Class 1A state championship.  St. Albert led 43-39 after Jake Carley's jumper in the lane with 5:32 remaining, but did not make another shot. Kyle Paulsen hit a 3-pointer to start the Wolverines' final charge.  It was the first title for the combined South O'Brien district, though Paullina High School won five championships before consolidation, the last in 1982. St. Albert had been seeking its third title.  Paulsen added 11 points for South O'Brien (25-3) and Peyton Brasser came off the bench to score nine, including two key baskets down the stretch. Travis Miller's 16 points led St. Albert (17-10).

CLASS 2A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#1-Western Christian (25-2) 42, #6-Cascade (22-4) 35

DES MOINES — Jesse Jansma scored 15 points and Western Christian gave outgoing coach Jim Eekhoff a record eighth state championship Friday night, beating Cascade 42-35 for the Class 2A title.  Eekhoff prevailed in a match-up with veteran Cascade coach Al Marshall, who also is retiring. It was the first time in a 47-year career that Marshall had a team in the state championship game.  Jansma hit a 3-pointer and scored on a drive late in the first half to put Western Christian (25-2) ahead to stay. The Wolfpack eventually built their lead to nine points, which proved to be enough to hold off Cascade (22-4).  Josh Van Lingen added 10 points and nine rebounds for Western Christian and Dustin Marra grabbed 10 rebounds. Cascade's Devin Green led the Cougars with 17 points.


(college basketball)

N-A-I-A Woemn's National Tournament at Sioux City
Morningside (33-2) 84, Cardinal Stritch 65
Southern Oregon 81, Briar Cliff (23-10) 70

N-A-I-A Men's National Tournament at Point Lookout, Missouri
Briar Cliff (32-3) 100,  Bethel (Indiana) 93

Big 12 Conference Tournament
Semifinals
(1) Kansas 70, (22) Baylor 66
(9) West Virginia 69, (6) Oklahoma 67

Big Ten Conference Tournament
Quarterfinals
Michigan 72, (10) Indiana 69
(13) Purdue 89, Illinois 58
(2) Michigan State 81, Ohio State 54
(18) Maryland 97. Nebraska 86

A-C-C Tournament
Semifinals
(7) North Carolina 78, Notre Dame 47
(4) Virginia 73, (11) Miami 68

Big East Conference Tournament
Semifinals
(3) Villanova 76, Providence 68
Seton Hall 87, (5) Xavier 83

Pac-10 Conference Tournament
Semifinals
(8) Oregon 95, (15) Arizona 89, OT
(12) Utah 82, California 78, OT

S-E-C Tournament
Quarterfinals
(17) Texas A&M 72, Florida 68
L-S-U 84, Tennessee 75
(16) Kentucky 83, Alabama 61
Georgia 65, South Carolina 64

American Athletic Conference Tournament
Quarterfinals
Temple 79, South Florida 62
U-Conn 104, Cincinnati 97, 4 OTs
Tulane 72, Houston 69
Memphis 89, Tulsa 67

(N-B-A basketball)

Philadelphia 95, Brooklyn 89
Charlotte 118, Detroit 103
Houston 102, Boston 98
Miami 118, Chicago 96
Minnesota 99, Oklahoma City 96
Memphis, 121, New Orleans 114, OT
Utah 114, Washington 93
Orlando 107, Sacramento 100
Golden State 128, Portland 112
L.A. Clippers 101, New York 94

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 3, Columbus 2
Philadelphia 3, Tampa Bay 1
St. Louis 5, Anaheim 2
Dallas 5, Chicago 2
Arizona 4, Calgary 1

(major league spring training baseball)

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

 

 

 

SATURDAY RESULTS - March 12

(high school basketball)

BOYS STATE TOURNAMENT AT THE WELLS FARGO ARENA IN DES MOINES
CLASS 3A CONSOLATION GAME

#1-Pella (24-2) 101, #7-Chariton (24-3) 67

CLASS 4A CONSOLATION GAME
#1-Pleasant Valley (24-2) 77, #8-Des Moines Hoover (20-6) 42

CLASS 3A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#10-Cedar Rapids Xavier (19-8) 62, #2-Dubuque Wahlert (21-6) 57

DES MOINES — Sophomore Jackson Joens scored 18 points and Cedar Rapids Xavier stunned Dubuque Wahlert 62-57 Saturday night to win the Class 3A state championship, ending the Golden Eagles' bid for a third consecutive title.  Mitchell Burger hit some key second-half shots and finished with 16 points for Xavier (19-8), which staged a remarkable turnaround after losing its last six regular-season games, including a 68-56 setback to Wahlert in the finale.  The Saints won the one that counted, however, and claimed the title in their first trip to the finals. They did it with a hustling, scrappy defense and a quick burst that erased Wahlert's final lead.  University of Iowa recruit Cordell Pemsl led Wahlert (21-6) with 15 points and 13 rebounds. Josh Schmitt also scored 15 for the Golden Eagles on 5-for-8 shooting from 3-point range and Austin Kluck added 10 points.

CLASS 4A CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
#6-West Des Moines Valley (23-3) 46, #3-Iowa City West (21-5) 39

DES MOINES — West Des Moines Valley stifled Iowa City West with an active zone defense and got 16 points from Quinton Curry in beating the Trojans 46-39 Saturday night to win the Class 4A state championship.  Valley (23-3) lost to West in the 2014 state finals but took advantage when it got another crack at the eastern Iowa power, which had been seeking its fourth championship in five years.  The Tigers never trailed after Pete Economus knocked down a 3-pointer for a 5-3 lead, went ahead by as many as 11 and then answered each time West threatened.
Carlo Marble and Turner Scott each scored 10 points for Valley, which won its second title, and Curry grabbed nine rebounds.  Devontae Lane's 14 points led West (21-5), which lost for just the second time in eight appearances in the championship game. Wali Parks added 11 points and Alex Henderson eight.

(college basketball)

N-A-I-A Woemn's National Tournament Quarterfinals at Sioux City
Marian (Indiana) 76, Morningside (33-3) 69

N-A-I-A Men's National Tournament Quarterfinals at Point Lookout, Missouri
Indiana-East 83, Briar Cliff (32-4) 81

Big 12 Conference Tournament
Finals
(1) Kansas 81, (9) West Virginia 71

Big Ten Conference Tournament
Semifinals
(13) Purdue 76, Michigan 59
(2) Michigan State 64, (13) Maryland 61

A-C-C Tournament
Finals
(7) North Carolina 61, (4) Virginia 57

Big East Conference Tournament
Finals
Seton Hall 69, (3) Villanova 67

Pac-10 Conference Tournament
Finals
(8) Oregon 88, (12) Utah 57

S-E-C Tournament
Semifinals
(17) Texas A&M 71, L-S-U 38
(16) Kentucky 93, Georgia 80

American Athletic Conference Tournament
Semifinals
U-Conn 77, Temple 62
Memphis 74, Tulane 54

(N-B-A basketball)

Indiana 112, Dallas 105
Toronto 112, Miami 104, OT
Detroit 125, Philadelphia 111
Charlotte 125, Houston 109
Milwaukee 103, New Orleans 92
Atlanta 95, Memphis 83
San Antonio 93, Oklahoma City 85
Denver 116, Washington 100
Golden State 123, Phoenix 116
Portland 121, Orlando 84

(N-H-L hockey)

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

(indoor football)

Mesquite 27, Sioux City 26

(major league spring training baseball)

St. Louis (ss) 4, Houston 3
Tampa Bay 2, N.Y. Yankees 1
Detroit 3, Pittsburgh 0
Baltimore 8, Minnesota 1
Miami 11, Boston 8
Philadelphia 8, Toronto 5
St. Louis (ss) 14, N.Y. Mets 9
Chicago Cubs (ss) 9, Chicago White Sox 2
Arizona (ss) 9, San Francisco (ss) 5
Texas 14, Oakland 5
Milwaukee 7, Colorado 6
Arizona (ss) 3, Kansas City 0
L.A. Angels 9, San Francisco (ss) 5
San Diego 6, Cleveland 3
Washington 11, Atlanta 1
L.A. Dodgers (ss) 6, Chicago Cubs (ss) 5
Seattle (ss) 5, Cincinnati 2
L.A. Dodgers (ss) 8, Seattle (ss) 4, 10 innings

 

 

 

SUNDAY RESULTS - March 13

(college basketball)

Big Ten Conference Tournament
Finals
(2) Michigan State 66, (13) Purdue 62

S-E-C Tournament
Finals
(16) Kentucky 82, (17) Texas A&M 77

American Athletic Conference Tournament
Finals
U-Conn 72, Memphis 58

NEW YORK -- The 68-team N-C-A-A Tournament field was announced late Sunday afternoon by the N-C-A-A selection committee.

North Carolina has earned the No. 1 seed in the East Region of the NCAA Tournament.  The Tar Heels (28-6) won the ACC Tournament and open against the Florida Gulf Coast-Fairleigh Dickinson winner about 30 miles away from campus in Raleigh, North Carolina.  North Carolina won its 18th ACC championship, one shy of Duke's conference record. The Tar Heels played tournament games in Raleigh in 2008, and rolled to two easy wins in the opening weekend on their way to the Final Four. The Tar Heels won their last national championship in 2009.  Xavier earned the No. 2 seed, followed by West Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana.  Florida Gulf Coast is back in the tournament for the second time in program history and first since it reached the Sweet 16 in 2013.  The East Regional final is March 27 in Philadelphia, with the winner advancing to the Final Four.

Virginia is a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament even without a conference title this season.  The Cavaliers (26-7) are the top team in the Midwest Region, and will play Mid-Eastern Conference champion Hampton (21-10) in their tournament opener Thursday in Raleigh, North Carolina.  After finishing the A-C-C regular season a game behind North Carolina, the Cavaliers advanced to the tournament championship game and lost to the Tar Heels 61-57 on Saturday.  Michigan State (29-5), which won the Big Ten tournament championship earlier Sunday, is the No. 2 seed in the Midwest Region.  While an A-C-C runner-up, Virginia had some impressive non-conference wins. There was a three-game stretch in December when the Cavaliers beat No. 9 West Virginia, No. 3 Villanova and No. 24 California.  Iowa State (21-10) also was assigned to the Midwest Region.  The Cyclones will open play Thursday against Iona in Denver.

Kansas earned the NCAA Tournament's top overall seed and opens play in the South Region against 16-seed Austin Peay on Thursday.  The Jayhawks (30-4) won the Big 12 regular-season and tournament titles. They're chasing a second national title under Bill Self.  Villanova, one of six teams to hold the No. 1 ranking in the Top 25 this year, is the No. 2 seed in the region. The region also features a First Four match-up between Vanderbilt and Wichita State for the 11th seed.  The rest of the South Region includes:  No. 3 Miami, No. 4 California, No. 5 Maryland, No. 6 Arizona, No. 7 Iowa, No. 8 Colorado, No. 9 Connecticut, No. 10 Temple, No. 12 South Dakota State, No. 13 Hawaii, No. 14 Buffalo and No. 15 UNC Asheville.  Iowa (21-10) plays their first game Friday in Brooklyn against Temple.

Oregon had its best regular season in 77 years and turned the Pac-12 championship game into a laugher.  Now the Ducks are a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history.  Coming off a sweep of the Pac-12 regular-season and tournament titles, eighth-ranked Oregon (28-6) is the top seed in the West Region and will play in Spokane against the winner between Holy Cross and Southern in the First Four. The Ducks made a surprising run to last year's Pac-12 title game, setting the stage for their breakout season this year.  Oregon won the Pac-12 regular-season title by a game over Utah and ran the 12th-ranked Utes off the court in Las Vegas, rolling to an 88-57 victory that punctuated the Ducks' bid for a No. 1 seed. Oklahoma is the No. 2 seed.  Northern Iowa (22-12) plays in the West Region and will open play Friday against Texas in Oklahoma City.

(N-B-A basketball)

Cleveland 114, L-A Clippers 90
Atlanta 104, Indiana 75  
Utah 108, Sacramento 99  
Milwaukee 109, Brooklyn 100    
New York 90, L-A Lakers 87

(N-H-L hockey)

Pittsburgh 5, N.Y. Rangers 3
Tampa Bay 4, Columbus 0
Toronto 1, Detroit 0

(major league spring training baseball)

Minnesota 14, Baltimore 5
Tampa Bay (ss) 13, Boston 5
Washington 4, St. Louis 4, tie
Philadelphia 3, N.Y. Yankees 0
Houston 7, Atlanta 6
N.Y. Mets 11, Miami 0
Pittsburgh 9, Detroit 5
Toronto 6, Tampa Bay (ss) 1
Arizona 11, Chicago White Sox 4
Oakland 3, Chicago Cubs 3, tie
Cleveland (ss) 9, Kansas City 4
Milwaukee 5, Cleveland (ss) 4
Cincinnati 5, Seattle 3
L.A. Dodgers 6, Colorado 4
L.A. Angels 7, Texas 3
San Francisco 8, San Diego 1

   

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