Sports Of All Sorts 1-11-2012

Jan 11th @ 10:36 am in Sports by Scott Staley

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High School Basketball Delta Lady Panthers beat Palisade 65-33 last night leading the way for the Lady Panthers was Shelby Curtis with 12 Points. Delta Boys lost a close one to Palisade 51-49 Leading the way for the Panthers was Chris Black with 6 Points. Join us Friday night for High School Basketball on 94 KIX and AM 580 KUBC. Join us on KUBC at 6 PM as Durango travels to Montrose to take on the Indians girls will start at six and the boys to follow. Join us on 94 KIX at 6 PM as Gunnison travels to Hotchkiss to take on the Bulldogs girls will start at six and the boys to follow.

College Basketball #4 Baylor hung on to beat #18 Kansas State 75-73 Leading scorer for the Bears was Perry Jones III with 18 Points and 8 Rebounds, Leading scorer for the Wildcats in the loss was Rodney McGruder with 30 Points and 10 Rebounds. Providence ran past #15 Louisville 90-59 Leading scorer for the Friars was Kadeem Batts with 27 Points and 10 Rebounds. #7 Michigan State stormed past Iowa 95-61 Leading scorers for the Spartans was Draymond Green with 22 Points and 9 Rebounds and Keith Appling with 15 Points and 9 Assists. Illinois upset #5 Ohio State 79-74 Leading Scorer for Illinois was Brandon Paul with 43 Points and 8 Rebounds.
Source: ESPN 

Yesterday’s Scores:

Iowa 61 #7 Michigan State 95  Final
#5 Ohio State 74 Illinois 79  Final
#4 Baylor 75 #18 Kansas State 73  Final
#25 Harvard 70 Monmouth 61  Final
Chicago State 65 #22 San Diego State 73  Final
Northern Iowa 60 #21 Creighton 63  Final
Georgia 48 #19 Florida 70  Final
#15 Louisville 59 Providence 90  Final
Miami (FL) 56 #3 North Carolina 73  Final
Florida State 63 Virginia Tech 59  Final
South Florida 49 Notre Dame 60  Final
Ball State 70 Toledo 68  Final
DePaul 73 Seton Hall 94  Final
Vanderbilt 67 South Carolina 57  Final

Today’s Games:

#1 Syracuse at Villanova  5 PM
#2 Kentucky at Auburn  6 PM
#9 Missouri at Iowa State  6 PM
#10 Kansas at Texas Tech  7 PM
Northwestern at #13 Michigan  4:30 PM
St. John’s at #24 Marquette  5 PM
Wake Forest at Maryland  5 PM
Rutgers at Pittsburgh  5 PM
Arkansas at Ole Miss  6 PM
Stephen F Austin at Central Arkansas  6 PM
Georgia Tech at North Carolina State  7 PM
Texas A&M at Texas  7 PM
LSU at Alabama  7 PM
Denver at Colorado State  7 PM
Texas-Pan American at TCU  6 PM

NHL Nashville Predators beat Colorado 4-1 leading scorer for the Predators was Martin Erat with 1 Goal and 1 Assist. Elsewhere in the NHL, Vancouver beat Tampa Bay 5-4.Calgary beat New Jersey 6-3. Minnesota beat San Jose 5-4 in Overtime leading scorer for the Wild was Cal Clutterbuck with 1 Goal and 1 Assist.
Source: NHL

Yesterday’s Scores:

Detroit 1 N.Y. Islanders 5  Final
Nashville 4 Colorado 1  Final
Winnipeg 3 Boston 5  Final
Buffalo 0 Toronto 2  Final
Phoenix 1 N.Y. Rangers 2  Final/SO
Ottawa 5 Pittsburgh 1  Final
Philadelphia 2 Carolina 1  Final
St. Louis 3 Montreal 0  Final
Vancouver 5 Tampa Bay 4  Final/SO
San Jose 4 Minnesota 5  Final/SO
Columbus 2 Chicago 5  Final
New Jersey 3 Calgary 6  Final
Dallas 2 Anaheim 5  Final

Today’s Games:

Pittsburgh at Washington  5:30 PM  (NBC Sports Network)
New Jersey at Edmonton  7:00 PM

College Football Final Poll:

AP Top 25:

1. Alabama (54)  12-1
2.LSU (1)              13-1
3. Oklahoma State (4) 12-1
4. Oregon  12-2
5. Arkansas  11-2
6.USC  10-2
7.Stanford  11-2
8. Boise State  12-1
9. South Carolina  11-2
10. Wisconsin  11-3
11. Michigan State  11-3
12.Michigan  11-2
13. Baylor  10-3
14. TCU  11-2
15. Kansas State  10-3
16. Oklahoma  10-3
17. West Virginia 10-3
18. Houston  13-1
19. Georgia  10-4
20. Southern Miss  12-2
21. Virginia Tech  11-3
22.Clemson  10-4
23.Florida State 9-4
24. Nebraska  9-4
25. Cincinnati  10-3

ESPN/USA Today Top 25:

1.Alabama (59)  12-1
2. LSU  13-1
3. Oklahoma State  12-1
4. Oregon  12-2
5. Arkansas  11-2
6. Boise State  12-1
7. Stanford  11-2
8. South Carolina  11-2
9. Michigan  11-2
10. Michigan State  11-3
11. Wisconsin  11-3
12. Baylor  10-3
13. TCU  11-2
14. Houston  13-1
15. Oklahoma  10-3
16. Kansas State  10-3
17. Virginia Tech  11-3
18. West Virginia  10-3
19. Southern Miss  12-2
20. Georgia  10-4
21. Cincinnati  10-3
22. Clemson  10-4
23. Florida State  9-4
24. Nebraska  9-4
25. BYU  10-3