Sports Of All Sorts 2-15-2012

Feb 15th @ 9:20 am in Sports by Scott Staley

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High School BasketballMontrose Lady Indians beat Grand Junction 47-37 Leading the way for the Indians was Kala Keltz with 15 Points. Montrose Indians Boys beat Grand Junction 65-54 Leading the way for the Indians was Nathan Hawley with 26 points . Delta Lady Panthers beat Palisade 55-27 in the regular season finale leading the way for the Lady Panthers was Callie Gafford with 16 Points. Delta Panthers Boys beat Palisade 63-58 Leading the way for the Panthers was Jake Ames with 19 points .

Yesterday’s Area Scores:

Delta 55 Palisade 27  Final/Girls
Delta 63 Palisade 58  Final/Boys
Grand Junction 37 Montrose 47  Final/Girls
Grand Junction 54 #8 Montrose 65  Final/Boys
Fruita Monument 68 Grand Junction Central 40  Final/Girls
Fruita Monument 61 Grand Junction Central 32  Final/Boys
Hotchkiss 28 #8 Olathe 54  Final/Girls
Hotchkiss 36 Olathe 60  Final/Boys
#9 Glenwood Springs 37 Moffat County 44  Final/Girls
Glenwood Springs 56 Moffat County 78  Final/Boys

Join us Thursday afternoon for high school wrestling as we bring you the 77th annual state wrestling tournament starting at 3 PM on the Sports Voice of the Valley AM 580 KUBC. You can also listen online at coloradoradio.com.

Denver Nuggets beat Phoenix 109-92 Top scorer for the Nuggets was Aaron Aflallo with 25 Points and 7 Rebounds. Oklahoma City beat Utah 111-85 Leading scorer for the Thunder was Sasha Ibaka with 16 Points and 10 Rebounds. Elsewhere in the NBA, San Antonio held off Detroit 99-95, Miami stormed past Indiana 105-90 and New York slipped past Toronto 90-87.
Source: NBA 

Yesterday’s Scores:

New York 90 Toronto 87  Final
Miami 105 Indiana 90  Final
San Antonio 99 Detroit 95  Final
Sacramento 115 Chicago 121  Final
Houston 83 Memphis 93  Final
Utah 85 Oklahoma City 111  Final
Phoenix 92 Denver 109  Final
Washington 124 Portland 109  Final
Atlanta 78 L.A. Lakers 86  Final

Today’s Games:

San Antonio at Toronto  5 PM
Philadelphia at Orlando  5 PM
Detroit at Boston  5:30 PM
Memphis at New Jersey  5:30 PM
Sacramento at New York  5:30 PM
Indiana at Cleveland  5:30 PM
New Orleans at Milwaukee  6 PM
Oklahoma City at Houston  6 PM
Charlotte at Minnesota  6 PM
Denver at Dallas  6:30 PM
Atlanta at Phoenix  7 PM
Portland at Golden State  8 PM
Washington at L.A. Clippers  8:30 PM

Detroit Red Wings broke and NHL record with their 21st straight home win last night with a 3-1 victory over Dallas Leading scorer for the Red Wings was Henrik Zeterberg with 1 Goal and 1 Assist . Anaheim beat Minnesota 2-1 Leading the way for the Ducks was Corey Perry with 1 Goal. Elsewhere in the NHL, Nashville beat Chicago 3-2, New Jersey beat Buffalo 4-1 and New York Rangers beat Boston 3-0.
Source:NHL

Yesterday’s Scores:

N.Y. Rangers 3 Boston 0  Final
New Jersey 4 Buffalo 1  Final
St. Louis 1 Columbus 2  Final
Ottawa 4 Tampa Bay 0  Final
Dallas 1 Detroit 3  Final
Anaheim 2 Minnesota 1  Final
Chicago 2 Nashville 3  Final
N.Y. Islanders 3 Winnipeg 1  Final
Toronto 1 Calgary 5  Final

Today’s Games:

Anaheim at Pittsburgh  5 PM
Boston at Montreal  5:30 PM
Ottawa at Florida  5:30 PM
Toronto at Edmonton  8 PM
Colorado at Vancouver  8 PM

College Basketball Scores Yesterday:

#6 Ohio State 78 Minnesota 68  Final
#11 UNLV 97 TCU 102  Final/OT
#12 Florida 61 Alabama 52  Final
#22 Virginia 48 Clemson 60  Final
#23 Mississippi State 67 LSU 69  Final
Loyola(IL) 57 Butler 63  Final
Texas A&M 47 Texas Tech 38  Final
St. John’s 64 Seton Hall 94  Final
Texas 69 Oklahoma 58  Final
Northern New Mexico 68 New Mexico State 100  Final
Georgia State 67 James Madison 64  Final
Virginia Military 69 Liberty 78  Final
Buffalo 71 Kent State 76  Final
Illinois State 77 Indiana State 83  Final/OT
Creighton 88 Southern Illinois 69  Final
Cleveland State 84 Wisconsin- Milwaukee 86  Final

Today’s Games:

 Oklahoma State at #3 Missouri  7 PM
#7 North Carolina at Miami (FL)  6 PM
#14 Murray State at SE Missouri State  6 PM
New Mexico at #15 San Diego State  8:15 PM
Loyola Marymount at #16 Saint Mary’s  8:30 PM
Northwestern at #20 Indiana  4:30 PM
Rutgers at #25 Notre Dame  5 PM
Maine at Hartford  5 PM
DePaul at Connecticut  5 PM
Iona at Rider  5 PM
Villanova at South Florida  5 PM
Georgia Tech at Wake Forest  5:30 PM
Georgia at South Carolina  5 PM
Texas-San Antonio at McNeese State  6 PM
Drake at Bradley  6 PM
Missouri State at Wichita State  6:05 PM
Arkansas at Tennessee  6 PM
Providence at Cincinnati  7 PM