College Basketball

Sunday, March 31
Michigan 79 Florida 59
Louisville 85 Duke 63

Saturday, March 30
East Region Final - Washington, DC
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Syracuse 55 Marquette 39

West Region Final - Los Angeles, CA
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Wichita State 70 Ohio State 66

Friday, March 29
Midwest Region Semifinals - Indianapolis, IN
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Louisville 77 Oregon 69
Duke 71 Michigan State 61

South Region Semifinals - Arlington, TX
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Michigan 87 Kansas 85 OT
Florida 62 Florida Gulf Coast 50

NCAA Tournament action continues tonight with regional semifinal play from the Midwest and South. Louisville, the top overall seed in the tournament, and Pac-12 champion Oregon will open the Midwest Region in Indianapolis, while the
nightcap from Lucas Oil Stadium will feature a pair of perennial heavyweights as third-seeded Michigan State meets No. 2 seed Duke. The slate in the South starts with top-seeded Kansas taking on No. 4 seed Michigan before 15th-seeded Florida Gulf Coast tries to keep its magical run alive against No. 3 seed Florida.

Marquette, Syracuse, Ohio State and Wichita State were Thursday's winners. Marquette topped Miami-Florida, 71-61, to reach the East Region final in Washington, DC and will next meet fellow Big East foe Syracuse, which knocked off top-seeded Indiana, 61-50. Ohio State got a late three from LaQuinton Ross and earned a 73-70 win over Arizona in the West Region and will next square off against Wichita State, a 72-58 winner over La Salle.

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

4 days 20 hours ago

The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Washington Senior Running Back Jared Rennick. He carried the ball 19 times for 197 yards and two touchdowns in Friday's 34-12 win over St. Clair. Jared also wrestles and he is a good student with a 3.0 GPA. His favorite football team other than the Blue Jays is the Missouri Tigers.
Favorite Subject: History

OFF THE CUFF with Diane Jones

2 weeks 3 days ago

August 9, 2014, will forever be marked in the history books as the date Michael Brown was shot by a Ferguson police officer.

It is the aftermath of that event, however, which history will forever remember. The protesters, the looters, the agitators, the Hands Up Don't Shoot movement, the dramatic announcement of the grand jury, the buildings up in flames. In the process, the community and image of Ferguson was destroyed.

OFF THE CUFF ARCHIVE

SPORTS CORNER

17 hours 5 min ago

The Cardinals make the final stop on their three-city road trip tonight in San Francisco. The play the first of three against the Giants at 9:15 p.m., with Michael Wacha seeking his 16th win for St. Louis. San Francisco starts Mike Leake, who is 9-and-6 on the year.