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SCSU Hockey Rallies Past RedHawks
Eyssimont notched the game-winner on a goal assisted by Patrick Newell at 8:14 of overtime, sending the crowd of just over 2,000 at the HBHNC into hysterics.
Cathedral Boys Basketball Wins Thursday
Micheal Schaefer led Cathedral with 22 points, while Mitch Plombon added 20 points. Jacob Stoltzenberg (12 points) and Jackson Jangula (11) also scored in double-figures.
SCSU Baseball Picks Up Win Thursday
Former Cathedral Crusader Bo Schmitz paced the Huskies offense with a three-hit game while also scoring three runs. Caeden Harris also added three hits for SCSU and scored a pair of runs.
Boston Tops Timberwolves Thursday
The schedule doesn't get any easier on Sunday when the Wolves host the Golden State Warriors at Target Center. Tip-off is set for 2:30 p.m. on AM 1240 WJON.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Thursday, March 8th
Thursday's topics included a pair of segments with Robby Jackson (SCSU hockey), Derrick Rose to the Wolves, Seahawks/Vikings parallels, Rocky Johnstone from the Granite City Lumberjacks and deciding who would play Hulk Hogan in a biopic.
SCSU Baseball Falls In Arizona Wednesday
Caeden Harris continued his early-season tear for the Huskies with a three-hit game. The junior transfer from Allen County CC is now batting .487 this season, with 19 hits in 39 at-bats.
Twins Beat Boston Wednesday
Logan Morrison was 2-2 with a run batted in before leaving the game with a glute injury, while Max Kepler, Robbie Grossman and Nick Gordon also registered a pair of hits each for the Twins in the win.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Wednesday, March 7th
Wednesday's topics included Kirk Cousins $90 million guarantee, LaVar Ball shenanigans, WWE Hall of Fame and a chat with Kevin Falness of the Minnesota Wild Radio Network.
Prep Basketball Scoreboard- Tuesday, March 6th
The seventh-seeded Moorhead Spuds upset the second-seeded Tech Tigers 92-83 in overtime Tuesday night at Tech High School in the opening round of the Section 8AAAA boys basketball playoffs. The Tigers' season ends with an 18-9 record.
Wild Crush Carolina Tuesday
Eric Staal scored a pair of goals, giving the veteran 36 on the season. His 36 goals are the fourth-most goals in the NHL this season and third-most in Wild history.