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  • Jazz Defeat Wolves

    Al Jefferson totalled 20 points and 11 rebounds to help the Jazz dump the Timberwolves, 97-93. Derrick Williams tallied 24 points and 16 boards for Minnesota, which has lost five of its last six contests. …

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    14 Feb 13
  • gusties

    Freshman Brody Ziegler makes a free throw to tie the game late in the second half of a 54 to 52 Gustie win over Carelton. Jordan Dick lead Gustavus with 13 points. The Gusties play …

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    14 Feb 13
  • Sports-Results

    Section 3A Girls Hockey: New Ulm 9 Marshall 0, Luverne 6 Fairmont 1

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    13 Feb 13
  • Pitchers & Catchers Practice Today

    Twins pitchers and catchers reported to Spring Training yesterday in Fort Myers and will go through their first workout today. The rest of the team reports to camp Friday with the first full team workout …

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    13 Feb 13
  • Wolves Play Tonight

    The Timberwolves take on the Utah Jazz tonight at Target Center in the final game before the NBA All-Star break. Minnesota snapped its four-game losing streak with Monday’s 100-92 victory in Cleveland. The T’wolves are …

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    13 Feb 13
  • Canucks edge Wild

    Jannik Hansen’s goal midway through the second period proved to be the game-winner as the Wild fell to Vancouver, 2-1. Devin Setoguchi had Minnesota’s lone goal on the power play. Darcy Kuemper halted 28 shots …

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    13 Feb 13
  • Sports-Results

    Girls Basketball: Waseca 63 New Ulm 32, St Mary’s 50 Cathedral 48, Mountain Lake 58 SW United 48

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    12 Feb 13
  • Gopher Men Out Of Top 25

    The Minnesota Golden Gophers have dropped out of the “USA Today” top-25 men’s college basketball poll. The Gophers lost both of their games last week, at eighth-ranked Michigan State on Wednesday and at home against …

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    12 Feb 13