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Area Scoreboard from Thursday (4/8)

April 9, 2021

High School

Track and Field

  • (boys) at Dalzell Field, Cedar Falls coasted to the team title at the 6 team Norm Anderson Mustang Relays hosted by Hempstead. The Tigers tallied 238,Western Dubuque was 2nd with 128 followed by Senior and Hempstead.

Soccer

  • (boys) Senior 5, Decorah 1
  • (boys) Wahlert 7, Bellevue Marquette Catholic 2
  • (girls) Clinton 2, Hempstead 1
  • (girls) Dyersville Beckman 1, Western Dubuque 0
  • (girls) Central Dewitt 2, Bellevue Marquette Catholic 1

Fighting Saints Fall in Opener at Muskegon

April 9, 2021

Muskegon opened the scoring with four unanswered tallies and held on defensively to defeat the Dubuque Fighting Saints last night 5-1at Mercy Health Arena in Muskegon.

The two teams have a rematch tonight and then again on Saturday night.

Former Wahlert High Standouts May and Carter Garner High Accolades

April 9, 2021

High honors at the next level for two former Wahlert Catholic volleyball standouts

  • UCLA senior Mac May has received all first team Pac 12 volleyball accolades. May becomes the sixth Bruin to earn four all-conference awards and the10th to receive at least three First Team honors. She tops the team with 4.25 kills and 4.87 points per set, ranking second in the Pac-12 in both categories. UCLA open the NCAA Tournament, which will be played entirely in Omaha, Nebraska, on Wednesday night, April 14 against Rider.
  • Kansas State freshman Aliyah Carter has capped off a brilliant first season on the collegiate level being named Big 12 Freshman of the Year and a unanimous first team all-conference selection. Carter turned in 4.11 kills per set and 4.47 points her set – both the highest rates by a freshman in K-State history.

Regional MLB Recaps From Thursday (4/8)

April 9, 2021

Cubs-Pirates

— Jayy  Baez hit a go-ahead, two-run home run in the sixth inning to send the Cubs past the Pirates, 4-2. Kris Bryant and Anthony Rizzo also homered as the Cubs pounded out a season-high 11 hits against Tyler Anderson and four relievers.

White Sox-Royals

— White Sox hurler Lance Lynn pitched a five-hitter for the first complete game and shutout in the major leagues this season, a 6-0 whipping of the Royals. Lynn struck out 11 and walked none. Yermín Mercedes kept up his scorching start with a 485-foot homer and Yoán Moncada went deep as well.

Cardinals-Brewers

— Nolan Arenado hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the eighth inning of his home debut with the Cardinals to lead a 3-1 win over the Brewers. Adam Wainwright allowed a run over five innings while starting his sixth home opener, tying the franchise record set by the late Bob Gibson. Alex Reyes finished the six-hitter for his third save.

Twins-Mariners

— Homers by Mitch Garver, Byron Buxton and Luis Arraez backed another strong start by José Berríos (beh-REE’-ohs) as the Twins ripped the Mariners, 10-2. Garver had the three-run shot that got the Twins going in their home opener.

 

Rose leads at Augusta...NBA suspensions

April 9, 2021

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Justin Rose opened with a 5-under 65 to grab a four-stroke lead in The Masters. He played the last 11 holes at 9 under and shot 30 on the back side, one off the tournament record shared by Mark Calcaveccia  and David Toms. Brian Harman and Hideki Matsuyama  share second, one ahead of Patrick Reed, Webb Simpson, Will Zalatoris, Christiaan Bezuidenhout. Harman was the last player to get into the 88-man field.

UNDATED (AP) — Toronto Raptors guards DeAndre’ Bembry and Fred Van Vleet and Los Angeles Lakers guard Talen Horton-Tucker have been suspended one game without pay following their fight in Tuesday night’s game. The suspensions were the result of the three players leaving their bench areas during the scuffle in the Lakers’ 110-101 win. Also, Toronto’s OG Anunoby and Montrezl  Harrell of Los Angeles were fined for their roles, leading to their ejections.

ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta Hawks forward John Collins will be out at least another 7-to-10 days with a sprained left ankle. The team announced that Collins has progressed to drills such as lateral shuffling and individual court work. Collins was injured in a March 30 loss at Phoenix.

ROCK HILL, S.C. (AP) — Authorities in South Carolina say former NFL player Phillip Adams fatally shot five people including a prominent doctor, his wife and their two grandchildren before killing himself. York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson said at a news conference yesterday that investigators had not yet determined a motive. Tolson said evidence at the scene of Wednesday’s shootings led authorities to Adams at his parents’ nearby home.

PARIS (AP) — French Open officials say the clay-court tournament is being pushed back by one week because of surging virus cases in France. It was scheduled to start on May 23, but first-round matches will now get underway on May 30. This year’s Australian Open was delayed by three weeks because of the virus, and quarantine restrictions affected the preparations of several players.

National Scoreboard from Thursday (4/8)

April 9, 2021

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Boston 7 Baltimore 3
Final Chicago White Sox 6 Kansas City 0
Final Minnesota 10 Seattle 2
Final L.A. Angels 7 Toronto 5
Final Houston 6 Oakland 2
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Final N.Y. Mets 3 Miami 2
Final Chicago Cubs 4 Pittsburgh 2
Final Colorado 7 Arizona 3
Final St. Louis 3 Milwaukee 1
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Chicago 122 Toronto 113
Final Cleveland 129 Oklahoma City 102
Final Miami 110 L.A. Lakers 104
Final Dallas 116 Milwaukee 101
Final Detroit 113 Sacramento 101
Final Utah 122 Portland 103
Final L.A. Clippers 113 Phoenix 103
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Vancouver at Calgary  (Postponed)
Final Edmonton 3 Ottawa 1
Final New Jersey 6 Buffalo 3
Final Pittsburgh 5 N-Y Rangers 2
Final Winnipeg 4 Montreal 2
Final Carolina 3 Florida 0
Final Boston 4 Washington 2
Final Tampa Bay 6 Columbus 4
Final SO N-Y Islanders 3 Philadelphia 2
Final Nashville 7 Detroit 1
Final Dallas 5 Chicago 1

Area Scoreboard from Wednesday (4/7)

April 8, 2021

College

Soccer

  • (men) Loras 1, Dubuque 1 (2OT)
  • (women) Loras 1, Dubuque 0

Fighting Saints at Muskegon for 3 Game Series

April 8, 2021

The Dubuque Fighting Saints open a 3 game series tonight at Muskegon against the Lumberjacks with games Friday and Saturday night as well.  The Jacks have had the Saints number so far this season winning five of the six meetings with the last meeting December 30th.

Dubuque is 5-3-1-and-1 in their last 10 and trail Team USA (21-19-3-4) by seven standings points for the fourth and final playoff spot in the USHL Eastern Conference.  The puck will drop at 6:05 all three nights.

The Dubuque Fighting Saints open a 3 game series tonight at Muskegon against the Lumberjacks with games Friday and Saturday night as well.  The Jacks have had the Saints number so far this season winning five of the six meetings with the last meeting December 30th.

Dubuque is 5-3-1-and-1 in their last 10 and trail Team USA (21-19-3-4) by seven standings points for the fourth and final playoff spot in the USHL Eastern Conference.  The puck will drop at 6:05 all three nights.

Hawkeye Express fan train ceasing operations on game days

April 8, 2021

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — The train that has carried thousands of Iowa fans from Coralville to Kinnick Stadium for home football games will cease operations, the athletic department announced Wednesday. The Iowa Northern Railway’s Hawkeye Express has made the 10-minute trip on game days since 2004. The athletic department and railroad said now is the time to end the train rides because of the likelihood of continued social distancing this season and the need for equipment upgrades and increases in operating expenses. An average of 3,700 fans took the train to the stadium in 2019. Fans weren’t allowed to attend games in 2020 because of the pandemic.

 

Wisconsin AD Search

April 8, 2021

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The head of the search committee to pick a successor to retiring Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez said the school hopes to make a hire “within a few months.” Peter Miller, the chair of Wisconsin’s athletic board, wouldn’t get more specific than that. Alvarez announced his retirement Tuesday and said it would take effect at the beginning of July. Wisconsin chancellor Rebecca Blank has announced the members of a nine-person search committee. Alvarez has been Wisconsin’s athletic director since 2004 and coached Wisconsin’s football team from 1990-2005.

 

 

Regional MLB Recaps from Wednesday (4/7)

April 8, 2021

Brewers-Cubs

— Lorenzo Cain hit his second homer of the game, a three-run shot in the 10th inning and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Chicago Cubs 4-2. Brewers starter Brandon Woodruff had a no-hit bid going until Ian Happ led off the seventh with a clean single.

Whitesox-Mariners

— Kyle Seager slapped an opposite-field, bases clearing double for the big blow in Seattle’s seven-run sixth inning, and the Mariners avoided a sweep with an 8-4 win over the Chicago White Sox. Seager had three hits and his two-out liner down the left field line cleared the bases as the Mariners posted their highest scoring inning of the young season.

Cardinals-Marlins

—Yadier Molina hit a two-run homer and Dylan Carlson added a grand slam, leading the St. Louis Cardinals over Miami 7-0 for a three-game sweep that dropped the Marlins to 1-5 for the first time since 2015.

Twins-Tigers

— Jorge Polanco hit a two-run double in the sixth inning and the Minnesota Twins held off Akil Baddoo and the Detroit Tigers 3-2. Baddoo hit an RBI triple and threw a runner out from left field. Wilson Ramos homered for Detroit.

 

 

National Scoreboard from Wednesday (4/7)

April 8, 2021

INTERLEAGUE
Final Oakland 4 L.A. Dodgers 3
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Minnesota 3 Detroit 2
Final Boston 9 Tampa Bay 2
Final Cleveland 4 Kansas City 2
Final Texas 2 Toronto 1
Final Seattle 8 Chicago White Sox 4
Final Baltimore 4 N.Y. Yankees 3
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Final Atlanta 7 Washington 6
Final Cincinnati 11 Pittsburgh 4
Final Milwaukee 4 Chicago Cubs 2
Final Atlanta 2 Washington 0
Final St. Louis 7 Miami 0
Final San Francisco 3 San Diego 2
Final Philadelphia 8 N.Y. Mets 2
Final Colorado 8 Arizona 0
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Washington 131 Orlando 116
Final Indiana 141 Minnesota 137
Final Boston 101 New York 99
Final Brooklyn 139 New Orleans 111
Final Charlotte 113 Oklahoma City 102
Final Memphis 131 Atlanta 113
Final Houston 102 Dallas 93
Final Denver 106 San Antonio 96
Final OT Phoenix 117 Utah 113
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Final Edmonton 4 Ottawa 2
Final Toronto 3 Montreal 2
Final St. Louis 3 Vegas 1
Final Los Angeles 4 Arizona 3
Final Minnesota 8 Colorado 3

Area Scoreboard from Tuesday (4/6)

April 7, 2021

High School

Track and Field

  • (boys) Hempstead was 4th with 75 points at the 12 team Deac Ryan Relays hosted by North Scott. Cedar Rapids Prairie with 178 was the winner.
  • (boys) Western Dubuque with 140.50 was 2nd and Senior with 111 was 4th at the Bobcat Relays in Epworth. Cedar Rapids Kennedy took the title with 144.
  • (boys) Wahlert and Cascade were part of a four way tie for fourth at the 14 team Fearing Relays at Anamosa. Both scored 65. Bellevue was 7th with 63. Marion with 113 won the title
  • (girls) Wahlert won the Tri-State Relays at Dalzell Field yesterday evening. The Golden Eagles totaled 133.50. Western Dubuque was 2nd with 104.50, Hempstead was 3rd, Senior was 6th of the 13 teams field.

Soccer

  • (boys) C.R. Kennedy 2, Wahlert 1
  • (boys) Cascade 7, Tipton 1
  • (girls) Hudson 5, Western Dubuque 4
  • (girls) Clear Creek-Amana 2, Dyersville Beckman 1

Tennis

  • (boys) Senior 9, Iowa City High 0
  • (boys) Wahlert 9, Iowa City Liberty 0
  • (girls) Wahlert 6 Iowa City Liberty 3
  • (girls) Western Dubuque 6, C.R. Jefferson 3

College

Baseball

  • UW Platteville dropped two against UW Lacrosse 13-6 and 18-6

Softball

  • UW Platteville split with UW Oshkosh winning 10-5 then losing 4-0.

La Crosse

  • (men) Dubuque 18, Concordia-Chicago 6
  • (men) Missouri Baptist 13, Clarke 2
  • (women) Missouri Baptist 16, Clarke 6

Covid-19 KO’s Key City Clash

April 7, 2021

The Key City Clash football contest between Dubuque and Loras scheduled for this Saturday has been cancelled due to problems with COVID 19 protocols.

It’s the 2nd straight cancellation for the Spartans after Wartburg College had to cancel their game with them this past Saturday.

Garza Wins Wooden Award

April 7, 2021

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Luka Garza of Iowa is the consensus Men’s College Basketball Player of the Year after winning the John R. Wooden Award as the nation’s top men’s college basketball player. The award presented last night by the Los Angeles Athletic Club . It was Garza’s fourth player of the year award. He collected honors from The Associated Press as well as trophies named for Oscar Robertson and Lute Olson. He led the nation in total points with 747, in 30-point games with eight and field goals made with 281. He ranked second nationally in scoring with 24.1 points.

Dosunmu leaving Illini early

April 7, 2021

UNDATED (AP) — The list of players leaving college early for the NBA now includes junior Ayo Dosunmu .

The Illinois standout has announced he is giving up the remainder of his eligibility to enter this year’s NBA Draft. Dosunmu was a first-team All-American, averaging 20.1 points, 6.3 rebounds and 5.3 assists in helping the Illini win the Big Ten tournament and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tourney.

Dosunmu also won the Bob Cousy award as the nation’s top point guard.

Barry Alvarez, AD who reshaped Wisconsin sports, to retire

April 7, 2021

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez is retiring after a three-decade run in which he transformed the university’s football program and later guided the Badgers to their greatest all-around sports success in school history. The 74-year-old Alvarez announced Tuesday he would retire on June 30. He arrived at Wisconsin in 1990 as football coach and turned one of the Big Ten’s weakest programs into one of its strongest. He became athletic director in 2004 and briefly served in a dual role before stepping down as football coach after the 2005 season.

Regional MLB Recaps from Tuesday

April 7, 2021

Cubs-Brewers

— Freddy Peralta  worked five innings and combined with Brent Suter and Brad Boxberger on a one-hitter as the Brewers blanked the Cubs, 4-0. Travis Shaw hit a three-run homer and Omar Narvaez added a solo drive to help Milwaukee end a three-game skid.

Cardinals-Marlins

— Yadier  Molina hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly off former battery mate Sandy Alcantara to cap a three-run sixth that sent the Cardinals past the Marlins, 4-2. Dylan Carson hit his second homer of the season for an insurance run in the ninth.

White Sox-Mariners

— Jose Abreu  launched a grand slam into the second deck for his 200th career home run as part of the White Sox’s 10-4 dismantling of the Mariners. Luis Robert and Zack Collins both went deep for the first time this season after Seattle starter James Paxton had to leave the game early because of a left elbow injury.

Twins-Tigers

— Rule 5 pickup Akil Baddoo added another big hit in a charmed start to his big league career, lining an RBI single in the bottom of the 10th inning to give the Tigers a 4-3 win over Minnesota. Baddoo made his debut Sunday and homered on the first pitch thrown to him before hitting a grand slam in Monday’s 15-6 loss to Minnesota.

National Scoreboard from Tuesday (4/6)

April 7, 2021

INTERLEAGUE
Final L.A. Dodgers 5 Oakland 1
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Detroit 4 Minnesota 3
Final Houston 4 L.A. Angels 2
Final N.Y. Yankees 7 Baltimore 2
Final Texas 7 Toronto 4
Final Boston 6 Tampa Bay 5
Final Chicago White Sox 10 Seattle 4
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Final Washington 6 Atlanta 5
Final Cincinnati 14 Pittsburgh 1
Final St. Louis 4 Miami 2
Final N.Y. Mets 8 Philadelphia 4
Final Milwaukee 4 Chicago Cubs 0
Final San Diego 3 San Francisco 1
Final Arizona 10 Colorado 8

 

NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Chicago 113 Indiana 97
Final Atlanta 123 New Orleans 107
Final Philadelphia 106 Boston 96
Final L.A. Lakers 110 Toronto 101
Final Memphis 124 Miami 112
Final Denver 134 Detroit 119
Final L.A. Clippers 133 Portland 116
Final Golden State 122 Milwaukee 121
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Vancouver at Winnipeg (Postponed)
Final Buffalo 5 New Jersey 3
Final N-Y Islanders 1 Washington 0
Final Columbus 4 Tampa Bay 2
Final Carolina 5 Florida 2
Final N-Y Rangers 8 Pittsburgh 4
Final Boston 4 Philadelphia 2
Final SO Nashville 3 Detroit 2
Final Chicago 4 Dallas 2
Final Anaheim 5 San Jose 1

Area Scoreboard from Monday (4/5)

April 6, 2021

High School

Soccer

  • (boys) Senior 3, Linn-Mar 2
  • (boys) Cedar Rapids Washington 3, Hempstead 2
  • (boys) Clayton Ridge 8, West Delaware 0

Volleyball

  • Lena-Winslow 2, East Dubuque 0

College

Softball

  • Simpson 9, Loras 1

Golf

  • (men) at the 10 team Clarke Spring Invitational yesterday at Galena Golf Club: Dubuque won the team title shooting 301 which was 5 strokes in front of Clarke. Justin Everson of Clarke was the medalist with a 71.

Iowa State Extends AD Pollard

April 6, 2021

Iowa State University has extended the contract of Cyclone Athletics Director Jamie Pollard. The new contract for Pollard will extend to 2026.
Pollard accepted the extension with no scheduled salary increase. He was earning $757,000 when he announced 10% pay cuts for coaches and some administrators a year ago to help offset a $25 million budget shortfall because of COVID-19.

Pollard, who will be the nation’s fourth-longest serving Football Bowl Subdivision AD this fall has led Cyclone Athletics since 2005. He was recognized as 2019 Athletics Director of the Year by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics.

Bears batter Zags...New head coaches...No Tokyo for N. Korea

April 6, 2021

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Baylor has won its first national championship in men’s basketball by dealing Gonzaga its only loss of the season, 86-70. Baylor opened with an 11-1 run and led 29-10 midway through the first half before celebrating an 86-70 pounding of previously-unbeaten Gonzaga. Jared Butler poured in 22 points and had seven assists for the Bears, who shot 10-for-23 from 3-point range and outrebounded the Bulldogs, 38-22.

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina has reached an agreement with assistant coach Hubert Davis to take over the storied men’s basketball program. The 50-year-old Davis played for the Tar Heels under Dean Smith before a long NBA career, and he had spent the past nine seasons working under Roy Williams. The Hall of Fame coach retired last week after 18 seasons at his alma mater, ending a career that also included 15 years at Kansas, 903 overall victories and three national championships with the Tar Heels.

UNDATED (AP) — Loyola Chicago has promoted assistant Drew Valentine to head coach, hoping he can build on the success the Ramblers experienced under Porter Moser. The 29-year-old Valentine helped Loyola make two deep NCAA Tournament runs in four seasons as an assistant under Moser, who left to take over Oklahoma’s program. Texas Tech is promoting top assistant and school alumnus Mark Adams to replace Chris Beard as head coach.

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A North Korean website says the country won’t participate in the Tokyo Olympics because of the coronavirus pandemic. The Sports in DPR Korea website said the decision was made during a national Olympic Committee meeting on March 25 where members prioritized protecting athletes from the “world public health crisis caused by COVID-19.” Japan’s Olympic Committee says that North Korea has not yet notified it that it wouldn’t participate in the Tokyo Games.

UNDATED (AP) — A person familiar with the decision tells The Associated Press that Major League Baseball will relocate this year’s All-Star Game to Denver’s Coors Field after pulling the Midsummer Classic from Atlanta over objections to sweeping changes to Georgia’s voting laws. The league is expected to announce today that the Rockies will host the game. Coors Field last hosted the All-Star Game in 1998, the fourth season for the stadium and sixth for the Rockies franchise.

National Scoreboard from Monday (4/5)

April 6, 2021

INTERLEAGUE
Final L.A. Dodgers 10 Oakland 3
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Minnesota 15 Detroit 6
Final Kansas City 3 Cleveland 0
Final Toronto 6 Texas 2
Final N.Y. Yankees 7 Baltimore 0
Final Boston 11 Tampa Bay 2
Final Chicago White Sox 6 Seattle 0
Final L.A. Angels 7 Houston 6
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Atlanta at Washington (Postponed)
Final St. Louis 4 Miami 1
Final Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 3
Final Philadelphia 5 N.Y. Mets 3
Final Chicago Cubs 5 Milwaukee 3
Final San Francisco 3 San Diego 2
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Dallas 111 Utah 103
Final Toronto 103 Washington 101
Final Cleveland 125 San Antonio 101
Final Detroit 132 Oklahoma City 108
Final Minnesota 116 Sacramento 106
Final Brooklyn 114 New York 112
Final Phoenix 133 Houston 130
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Final Winnipeg 4 Ottawa 3
Final OT Montreal 3 Edmonton 2
Final OT Philadelphia 3 Boston 2
Final Vegas 6 St. Louis 1
Final Colorado 5 Minnesota 4
Final Toronto 5 Calgary 3
Final Arizona 5 Los Angeles 2
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NCAA  MEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
Final (3)Baylor 86 (1)Gonzaga 70

Stanford wins NCAA Tournament...Bucks' Holiday extended

April 5, 2021

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The Stanford women’s basketball team has ended a 29-year NCAA championship drought by holding off Arizona, 54-53. Haley Jones scored 17 points for the Cardinal, including a three-point play after the Wildcats trimmed a nine-point, fourth-quarter lead to 51-50. Aari (AR’-ee) McDonald furnished a game-high 22 points for Arizona.

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee Bucks guard Jrue Holiday has agreed to a four-year contract extension that will be worth at least $134 million and possibly much more with incentives. The 30-year-old Holiday is averaging 17 points, 5.4 assists, 4.6 rebounds and 1.8 steals this year in his first season with the Bucks. Milwaukee acquired him from New Orleans as part of a four-team trade.

DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Stars head coach Rick Bowness didn’t return to the bench for the third period of last night’s game at Carolina because of what the team announced was a COVID protocol. The team says Bowness is fully vaccinated, adding that it believes it was a false positive test. The Stars lost, 1-0 to end their first two-game winning streak since opening week.

 

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Jordan Spieth  has ended a slump that lasted 82 starts and nearly four years, closing with a 6-under 66 to win the Valero Texas Open. It’s his first victory since the 2017 British Open at Royal Birkdale. Now he heads to Augusta National as one of the favorites at the Masters. Spieth sealed it with a 5-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole, and he won by two shots over Charley Hoffman.

RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (AP) — Patty Tavatanakit survived Lydia Ko’s final-round charge to win the ANA Inspiration for her first LPGA Tour victory. Five strokes ahead entering the day and six in front after a chip-in eagle on the par-5 second, Tavatanakit shot a 4-under 68 in 100-degree heat to beat Ko by two strokes in the first major championship of the year. Ko matched Lorena Ochoa’s tournament record with a 62, shooting 7-under 29 on the front nine for the best nine-hole score in the event’s 50-year history.

UNDATED (AP) — An Associated Press survey of Division I athletic directors found that nearly 73% believe allowing athletes to be compensated for use of their name, image or likeness will decrease the number of schools that have a chance to be competitive in college sports. Nearly 28% said fewer schools would be competitive. Most of those surveyed were from smaller schools and not in the Power Five conferences.

National Scoreboard from Sunday (4/4)

April 5, 2021

MLB SCORES

INTERLEAGUE
Final Minnesota 8 Milwaukee 2
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Toronto 3 N.Y. Yankees 1
Final Cleveland 9 Detroit 3
Final Baltimore 11 Boston 3
Final Texas 7 Kansas City 3
Final Houston 9 Oakland 2
Final L.A. Angels 7 Chicago White Sox 4
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
N-Y Mets at Washington(Postponed)
Final Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 1
Final Cincinnati 12 St. Louis 1
Final Chicago Cubs 4 Pittsburgh 3
Final L.A. Dodgers 4 Colorado 2
Final Arizona 3 San Diego 1
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Chicago 115 Brooklyn 107
Final L.A. Clippers 104 L.A. Lakers 86
Final Boston 116 Charlotte 86
Final Memphis 116 Philadelphia 100
Final Atlanta 117 Golden State 111
Final New Orleans 122 Houston 115
Final Denver 119 Orlando 109
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Vancouver at Winnipeg  (Postponed)
Final Detroit 5 Tampa Bay 1
Final Washington 5 New Jersey 4
Final Florida 3 Columbus 0
Final Carolina 1 Dallas 0
Final Toronto 4 Calgary 2
Final OT Arizona 3 Anaheim 2