Dellas Cole Sports 3-4-20

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4:

Baseball:

South Dakota State @ Minnesota (910 AM, 5;45)

 

TUESDAY BB SCORES…

BOYS

Class A Region 2

First Round

Clark/Willow Lake 63, Flandreau Indian 27

Deuel 56, Florence/Henry 54

Hamlin 43, Flandreau 42

 

Class A Region 3

First Round

Tri-Valley 64, Baltic 46

West Central 56, Garretson 42

 

Class A Region 5

First Round

McCook Central/Montrose 54, Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 51, 2OT

Parkston 64, Wagner 34

 

Class B Region 1

Quarterfinal

Aberdeen Christian 52, Langford 40

Leola/Frederick 55, Britton-Hecla 52

Northwestern 53, Waverly-South Shore 50

Warner 40, Waubay/Summit 39

 

Class B Region 3

Quarterfinal

Arlington 79, Iroquois 34

Wessington Springs 82, Castlewood 75

Wolsey-Wessington 61, Lake Preston 51

 

Class B Region 4

Quarterfinal

Colman-Egan 67, Dell Rapids St. Mary 49

Elkton-Lake Benton 83, Ethan 65

Hanson 54, Chester 37

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 57, Howard 52

 

NORTHERN SUN CONFERENCE FINALS…

Men: Northern State 80, Minnesota State-Mankato 59

Women:   St. Cloud State 71, Minnesota-Duluth 62

 

GREAT PLAINS ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FINALS…

Men: Concordia 68, Dakota Wesleyan 66

Women:  Concordia 60, Hastings 49

 

NCAA-VIRUS…The NCAA is ruling out no contingencies when it comes to coronavirus and the NCAA Tournament. 

   In an interview with Bloomberg News, Chief Operating Officer Donald Remy did not dismiss the possibility of games being played with no fans in arenas. The games presumably would still be televised. The NCAA declined further comment to The Associated Press on the possibility of no fans in the stands. 

   Also, the NCAA announced it has established a coronavirus advisory panel of medical, public health and epidemiology experts and NCAA schools. NCAA Chief Medical Officer Dr. Brian Hainline will lead the group.

-DASH-

   Chicago State University said its men’s basketball team will not travel for two regularly scheduled Western Athletic Conference games this week and its women’s team will not host two games, citing the spread of the coronavirus. The cancellations are believed to be the first by a major sport in the United States.