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Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Here’s Your WHPO Sports Update…..

NBA…

Nate Robinson scored 27 points, Jimmy Butler added 21 points and 14 rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls stunned the Miami Heat 93-86 on Monday night to take Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series.
Trailing 86-83 with 2 minutes left, the Bulls scored the final 10 points of the game to beat the Heat.
San Antonio beat Golden State 129-127 in double OT in game one of their Western Conference semi-final series.

MLB…

Jordan Danks’ solo home run in the 11th lifted the Chicago White Sox over the Kansas City Royals 2-1 Monday.

Scott Feldman threw seven scoreless innings before leaving with a cramp in his pitching hand, and the Chicago Cubs came within three outs of their first shutout since August in a 9-2 win over the Texas Rangers .


NHL…

St. Louis lost to LA 2-1.  The Blues lead that playoff series 2 – 1.


Local Sports…

Softball:

Bismarck-Henning beat Oakwood 6-4

Schlarman 6 – Westville 4

A-P 7 – Milford 4

Salt Fork won both games against Hoopeston Area, 19-4 and 12-2

St.Joe-Odgen took both games of a double header with Watseka, 21-0 and 16-2

 


Baseball:


Milford beat A-P 6-4.  Tanner Davenport doubled twice and drove in four runs for Milford.

St. Joe beat Watseka 9-0

Oakwood 4 – Bismarck Henning 3

Westville beat Schlarman 14-0

and Hoopeston Area beat Salt Fork 2-0.  Aiden Berg pitched a six-hit shutout, had 2 hits and a RBI to lead the Cornjerkers.

 

That’s your WHPO Sports update….I’m Kevin Jett

 

 

 

Announcement:

University of Illinois-Springfield head men’s basketball coach Ben Wierzba will host a 1-day shooting clinic here in Hoopeston on June 1.  Basketball players in grades 6-12 can receive 2 sessions of direct shooting instruction from Coach Wierzba and his staff.  Sessions are 10am-Noon and 1-3pm on June 1 at Hoopeston Area H.S.  Fee is $35 and includes a t-shirt.  Registration forms can picked up at the high school and middle school offices

 

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