Wheeler News - Saturday, November 1, 2014 - State Sports
--National Basketball League
Here are the stories:
Guard O-J Mayo scored 10 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter as the Milwaukee Bucks pulled away for a 93-81 win over the
76ers Friday. It was the home opener for Philadelphia .
The youthful Bucks got a lot of minutes and plenty of production from
teenagers Jabari Parker and Giannis Antetokounmpo. Parker finished with 11 points and 10
rebounds, while his teammate scored eight and had a half-dozen rebounds. The 76ers had closed to within a point at
82-81 with a little over eight minutes left.
then scored the last 11 points of the game.
The visitors missed their last 14 shots.
Larry Sanders grabbed 15 rebounds as the Bucks out-boarded Milwaukee 55-42. Philadelphia
is back on the road tonight for a game against the Wizards. Milwaukee
Senior Brittany Ammerman scored a goal with less than 40 seconds remaining to give the Wisconsin women’s hockey team a 3-3 tie with
. Neither team could score in overtime, but North Dakota got the
extra point in the shootout. The Badgers
had scored two first-period goals to go ahead.
Sophomore Sarah Nurse scored midway through the first period, then Katy
Josephs made it 2-0 with a goal. North Dakota scored
twice in the second period, then took the lead early in the third. North Dakota
had to settle for the 3-3 tie despite outshooting the home team 40-21. The teams wrap up the weekend series this
afternoon at 3 p-m in the Ralph Engelstad Arena in Wisconsin . Grand Forks
Necedah’s Johnny Sauter was spun into the infield very near the end of the Camping World Truck Series Winstar World Casino and Resort 350 in
He was bumped by ThorSport teammate Jeb Burton, finishing fourth and
dropping another dozen points behind Matt Crafton in the overall race
standings. Kyle Busch held on for the
win, with Texas
taking second. After the race, crews
from Burton and
Sauter confronted each other in the pit area.
says he will let Sauter cool down a little bit before he discusses the contact
with him. Sauter had a run-in with
Timothy Peters the week before. Burton
Matt Kenseth will start on the pole for tomorrow’s second race in the eliminator round for the Sprint Cup. Drivers were racing around the track in
with Tony Stewart turning in NASCAR’s first 200-mile-per-hour qualifying lap on
an intermediate truck. Kenseth tops the
eight drivers still eligible for the Sprint Cup championship. He had never won the pole at Fort Worth in 25 previous
races. Texas Eau Claire’s
Paul Menard starts 15th and
born Danica Patrick starts 27th.