Weather permitting, the Jamestown High School basketball, wrestling and boys’ hockey teams return to action tonight.
The basketball teams head to Fargo Davies, where the Eagles are 0-4 on the boys’ side and 1-3 in girls’ games.
Kenmare standout Katie King didn’t start the game, but she made certain it ended in a Honker victory.
The 5-foot-11 all-state junior was battling a bout of the flu during Friday’s consolation game of the state Class B girls’ basketball tournament against Kidder County.
Ever since Kevin McHale came down from Minnesota’s front office to take over as coach in December, Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor said he’s seen a look in his eyes that makes him think McHale might stick with the job for a while.
The Blue Jays needed a win to get in and they came through Friday night.
Tim Smith and Jordan Piatz each had double doubles, with Smith hammering home the first Jamestown High School dunk in years, as the Blue Jays outgunned Turtle Mountain 82-70 in the West Region play-in game.
Lisa Willis scored a career-high 18 points and the New York Liberty beat the slumping Connecticut Sun 77-71 Tuesday night.
Shameka Christon had 14 points for New York, while Cathrine Kraayeveld scored 11 and Janel McCarville had 10. The Liberty (11-9) won their second straight and moved one game behind the second-place Sun (13-9), who have lost four straight.
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