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Timberwolves Stomp Sacramento Monday
The Wolves were led by Karl-Anthony Towns' 26 points and 17 rebounds, while Jeff Teague continued his recent hot streak with 20 points and seven assists.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Monday, February 26th
Monday's topics included an Olympic update, Turd of the Week, and Case Keenum. John Focke of the Minnesota Timberwolves Radio Network joined us as well.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Friday, February 23rd
St. Cloud State hockey player Robby Jackson guest hosted the first hour with Dave and John. Hour two topics included Holler's Olympic Minute, the NCAA basketball scandal and peeing into troughs.
Tech Wrestling To Host Section Tourney Saturday
The Tech Tigers will host the Section 8AAA individual wrestling section tournament Saturday at Tech High School. The first match will start at 9:30 a.m.
Prep Sports Scores And Schedule
The Sauk Rapids-Rice boys hockey team saw their season come to an end Thursday night with a 5-2 loss at Pine City in the Section 5A quarterfinals. The Storm season ends with an 8-19 record.
Wild Rally Past Devils Thursday
The Minnesota Wild rallied to beat the Devils 4-2 Thursday night in Newark, New Jersey.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Thursday, February 22nd
Thursday's topics included your Olympic Minute, assessing the Wolves and Wild's chances of advancing in the playoffs, Vikings quarterback odds and the Miracle on Ice anniversary.
Prep Basketball Schedule- Thursday, February 22nd
The Cathedral Crusader boys basketball team will host Zimmerman Thursday night in the North Gym. Cathedral is currently 17-4 overall this season and 11-0 in the Granite Ridge Conference.
Gopher Basketball Snaps Skid With Win Wednesday
The University of Minnesota men's basketball team beat the Iowa Hawkeyes 86-82 at Williams Arena Wednesday night. The Gophers snapped a nine-game losing skid with win.
SCSU Women See Season Come To End Wednesday
Concordia-St. Paul beat the SCSU women's basketball team 82-63 Wednesday night in the opening round of the NSIC tournament. The Huskies season ends with a record of 17-10.