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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.
Prep Sports Scoreboard- Thursday, February 15th
The River Lakes Stars girls hockey team fell 3-0 to Alexandria Thursday night in the Section 6A championship game. The Stars were out-shot 31-15 in the loss.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Thursday, February 15th
Thursday's topics included Flip Saunders, craziest Olympic figure skating music, unbelievable lawyer Ryan Pacyga and Larry Fitzgerald.
SCSU Baseball Set To Open Season Saturday
In years past, the Huskies were able to use the Metrodome for early-season games. However, since the opening of US Bank Stadium the Huskies ability to play indoors has been limited.
Johnnies, Blazers Basketball Teams Continue To Roll
The St. John's and College of St. Benedict basketball teams continued their winning ways Wednesdays with wins in their respective games against Gustavus.
Boys Playoff Brackets Starting To Take Shape
The boys hockey playoffs are starting to take shape after a handful of brackets were released Wednesday.
Granite City Sports Podcast- Wednesday, February 14th
Wednesday's topics included debating what would constitute a successful Timberwolves season, Case Keenum's value, LeBron overstepping, SCSU baseball coach Pat Dolan and Kevin Falness of the Minnesota Wild Radio Network.
Prep Sports Scoreboard- Tuesday, February 13th
River Lakes trailed 2-0 heading into the third period before goals from Bree Griffin and Kianna Roeske sent the game to overtime. Brianna Deming scored the game-winning goal less than a minute into the extra period to give River Lakes the win.
Wild Hold On For Win Against Rangers Tuesday
The Wild will host the Washington Capitals at Xcel Energy Center Thursday night. The game can be heard on AM 1390 Granite City Sports.
Michigan State Mauls Gophers Tuesday
The Gophers trailed by 18 at the half and never recovered. Freshman guard Isaiah Washington led Minnesota with 18 points in the loss.