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No. 11 Michigan Tech closed out the regular season for the Chuo Hockey Association on Saturday night with a 3-2 loss to No. 12 Minnesota State. The Huskies trailed him 2-0 late in the game. Tristan Ashbrook and Kyle Kukkonen each scored with the goalkeepers tied, but Ryland Moseley’s apparent goal was waived after a review, with Mavericks Cade his Borchard scoring with 45 seconds remaining. , McNaughton won his cup as MSU’s regular season champion.
Northern Michigan scored the final three goals of the game in a 4-2 win over Bowling Green on Saturday night. A weekend sweep gave the Wildcats home his ice advantage in the opening round of the CCHA playoffs.
The best-of-three quarterfinal playoff series takes place next weekend. Top seed Minnesota hosts Lake Superior. No. 2 seed Michigan Tech entertains St. Thomas. The third seed, Bowling Green, will host Ferris State. The 4th seed, his NMU will host Bemidji province.
Michigan Tech and Northern Michigan split the game as the regular Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference season ended.
The Tech Women won 13 in a row, 80-68, over the Wildcats. Isabella Lenz led the Huskies with 19 points.
Tech, seeded second in the GLIAC tournament, will host Wayne State in their quarterfinal match at 5:30 on Wednesday at SDC. Top-seeded Grand Valley delights Purdue Northwest. No. 3 seed Parkside will host Ferris State, while No. 4 seed Northern Michigan will host No. 5 seed Saginaw Valley.
The Tech men lost 65-57. Pete Calcatera scored 14 points for the Huskies. MTU is seeded 8th in his GLIAC tournament, and will play its quarterfinal match at No. 1-seeded Parkside on Wednesday. No. 2 seed Ferris State entertains Purdue Northwest. 3rd seed Northern Michigan hosts Saginaw Valley and 4th seed Lake Superior hosts Grand Valley.
The Calumet Wolverines lost 7-2 to the Mosinee Papermakers on Saturday.
The Portage Lake Pioneers defeated the Eagle River Falcons 6-4 on Saturday. Pioneer will be hosting Papermakers at Noon today at Dee.
The Red Wings lost 3-0 to the Lightning on Saturday night.
Wings will visit Senators on Monday. Coverage begins at 6:45 on 99.3 The Lift.
The Pistons lost to the Raptors 95-91 on Saturday afternoon. Marvin Bagley III scored his 21 points to give Detroit the lead.
The Pistons will visit the Hornets on Monday night.
The Tigers kicked off the Grapefruit League season with a 4-2 win over a split Phillies team on Saturday. Parker Meadows and André Lipsius became the home of Detroit. The Tigers will face the Orioles today. Eduardo Rodriguez is the starter for Detroit.
The Brewers kicked off their Cactus League campaign with a 7-4 victory over the Dodgers. Crews will play the Rockies today. Robert Gasser starts.
Upcoming local sports broadcasts:
- Tomorrow – Houghton Women’s Basketball in Kingsford in the Division 2 district semi-finals. Coverage begins at 5:40 with Gremlins voice, 97.7 The Wolf.
- Tuesday – Horton will take on Hancock in the regional championship game at SDC. Coverage begins at his 6:40 in Gremlin voice, 97.7 The Wolf.
- Wednesday – Calumet Women’s Basketball v Westwood or Negany in Division 3 District Semifinals – Voice of the Copper Kings, KBear 102.3 Press TBD.
- Wednesday – Girls Basketball Division 2 District Championship – TBD – Broadcast if Horton advances with Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
- Friday – Girls Basketball Division 3 District Championship – TBD – Voice of the Copper Kings, broadcast if Calumet advances at KBear 102.3.
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