COLTON 59, POMEROY 46
Sunday, March 9, 2014
COLTON 59, POMEROY 46
The Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League say that 20-year-old center Terry Trafford has been missing from the team for six days.
Makala Roper scored 17 points to lead Cleveland to a second straight Class 3A state title with a 54-46 victory over Bishop Blanchet on Saturday night.
Ashton Eaton won yet another gold medal and again proved himself the "world's greatest athlete," the title which traditionally goes to the best multi-event competitor in athletics.
Morgan Vogt scored 23 points and Madi Grellner added 19 to help Okarche beat Red Oak 66-41 in the Class B girls state championship game.
Tramaine Isabell scored a tournament-high 34 points to lead Garfield to a 68-59 victory over Richland to claim its first Class 4A boys state championship since 1998.
East Grand Forks didn't let a slow start get in the way of a school first.
NORTH STAR 60, LINTON-HMB 49
MUMFORD 64, MUENSTER 57
David Ungerer scored six of his 20 points in overtime to lead Pullman to a 64-58 overtime win over Lynden on Saturday that gave the Greyhounds a title repeat in the Class 2A boys state tournament.
Western Michigan played spoiler Saturday, beating North Dakota 2-1 to deny UND a share of the Penrose Cup that goes to the regular season champion in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference.
TaKeria Legette scored 20 points and added 13 rebounds to lead four players in double figures as Latta beat St. Joseph's 65-39 on Saturday in the Class A girls basketball state championship.
Jackie Hudson scored 15 points to help unbeaten Union City knock off defending champion Jackson County 44-38 Saturday for the Division I Class A girls state basketball championship.
GONZAGA PREP 53, MOUNT RAINIER 51
Maine is taking on Merrimack in the first round of the Hockey East tournament.
CAVALIER 58, BEULAH 56
W.F. WEST 48, MARK MORRIS 37
The International Biathlon Union is upholding a provisional suspension of Russia's Irina Starykh for failing a doping test after her "B" sample confirmed the results of the initial test.
Clay Morgan had 21 points and 14 rebounds and Ponder rallied from 14 down in the third quarter for 66-56 victory over Tatum to win the Class 2A state championship Saturday.
LR Central 53, Har-Ber 51