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Prep Hockey Playoff Scoreboard
The River Lakes Stars boys hockey team scored a 3-2 upset over the Flyers in Little Falls Tuesday night. The Stars are the #5 seed in the Section 6A tournament, and the Flyers were the #4 seed.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Tuesday, February 20th
Tuesday's guests included SCSU men's basketball coach Matt Reimer and SCSU hockey coach Bob Motzko.
Motzko Disappointed With Borgen Benching
St. Cloud State men's hockey defenseman Will Borgen was selected to play for the United States at the 2018 Winter Olympic games. However, in four games, Borgen has yet to see the ice.
Bob Motzko Show- February 19th, 2018
The Bob Motzko Show airs every Monday night during the college hockey season at 6 p.m. on The River 96.7 FM. The show is broadcast live from the Green Mill in downtown St. Cloud and is hosted by the voice of Huskies Hockey, Jim Erickson.
Prep Sports Schedule- Tuesday, February 20th
The Cathedral Crusaders earned the top seed in Section 6A and will host Wadena-Deer Creek at the MAC. Puck drop is set for 5:15. Cathedral beat the Wolverines 12-2 earlier this season.
Badgers Send Gophers To Ninth Straight Loss
The Gophers, who began the season 13-3, will have to scrap to finish the season above .500 with games against Iowa (who beat the Gophers 94-80 earlier this season) and at #9 Purdue (who decimated Minnesota 81-47 in January).
Wild Rally Past Islanders Monday
The Wild will play at New Jersey Thursday night. The game can be heard on AM 1390 KXSS, with puck drop scheduled for 6 p.m.
SCSU Basketball Teams To Start Tourneys This Week
The men finished the regular season with a 21-7 record overall and 17-5 mark in the NSIC. Their 17 conference wins tie a team record set in the 2013-14 season.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Friday, February 16th
Friday's guests included former Cathedral pitcher Andrew Thome and former Apollo standout Reese Gregory, both of whom are now pitching professionally.
Wolves Top Lakers Thursday
The Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Los Angeles Lakers 119-111 Thursday night at Target Center. The Wolves improve to 36-25 with the win.