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(3/23/14)

** WHEELER NEWS - MORNING STATE SPORTS** 3/23/14 4:00 a.m.

SCOREBOARD

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

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MENS

DIVISION I – NCAA
TOURNAMENT

Wisconsin 85, Oregon
77

DIVISION III – NCAA NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
GAME

UW-Whitewater 75, Williams
73

GIRLS STATE BASKETBALL

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STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES

DIVISION 1

Oak Creek 73, Superior
52

DIVISION 2

Notre Dame 52, DeForest
42

DIVISION 3

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 28, Neillsville
23

DIVISION 4

Cuba City 49, Algoma
28

DIVISION 5

Barneveld 36, Assumption
34

COLLEGE HOCKEY

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DIVISION I

MEN - BIG TEN
CHAMPIONSHIP

Wisconsin 5, Ohio State 4
(OT)

DIVISION III

MEN – NCAA NATIONAL
CHAMPIONSIP

St. Norbert 3, UW-Stevens Point
1

MLB

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EXHIBITION PLAY

LA Angels 9, Milwaukee
6

AHL

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Milwaukee 5, Toronto 1

Here are the stories:

A rally to start the second half lifts Wisconsin
into the Sweet 16, defeating Oregon in a 85-77 thriller last night. The Badgers
trailed by 12 points entering the second half, but took the lead on a Ben Brust
three-pointer with 1:07 left in the game. Junior Frank Kaminsky led all Badgers
with 19 points. The Badgers will face the winner of today's Creighton/Baylor
game on Thursday.

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The Wisconsin men's hockey team are the inaugural
Big Ten champions, defeating Ohio State in overtime. Ohio State took a late 4-2
lead in the third period before two unanswered goals sent it to overtime. Mark
Zengerle squeezed a shot through the net in the sudden-death overtime period,
sealing it for the Badgers. Goaltender Joel Rumple picked up the win, stopping
28 of 32 Buckeye shots. The Badgers will find out this afternoon where they will
play in the N-C-A-A Tournament, which begins on
Friday.

(NOTE TO AFFILIATES: This story will outdate at
11:00 a.m. when the selections are made)

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The Milwaukee Brewers have exercised its option on
Ron Roenicke's contract, keeping him as manager of the club through next year.
Despite declining win totals the past two seasons, general manager Doug Melvin
says he's confident in Roenicke's leadership after last year's tumultuous season
of injuries and the suspension of Ryan Braun. The Brewers kick off the 2014
season on March 31 against the Atlanta Braves... Yovani Gallardo is scheduled to
get the start on the mound.

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Wisconsin-Whitewater edged past Williams to win the
Division Three national championship last night, 75-73. The game ended on a
driving layup by Quardell Young with just nine-tenths of a second remaining in
the game. K-J Evans led the Warhawks with 22 points, earning him the Most
Outstanding Player award for the game.

 

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