Defending Champion Kentucky Falls In NIT Opener

Mike McFadden nailed two free throws with 8.7-seconds left as Robert Morris stunned defending national champion Kentucky 59-57 in the opening round of the National Invitational Tournament. Lucky Jones scored 15 points to pace the Colonials, who will meet either fourth-seeded Providence or number-five Charlotte in round two. Archie Goodwin scored 18 points for the Wildcats, who lost four of their final five games to finish the season 21-and-12. Robert Morris hosted Kentucky as Rupp Arena in Lexington is holding NCAA Tournament games this week.

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St. Francis Borgia is trying to find someone else to play in football Friday night. Maplewood-Richmond Heights, Borgia's scheduled opponent this week, has cancelled the game due to injuries. Borgia Athletic Director Brad Bruns has sent out word across the state that the Knights are looking for a week three opponent.