class 3a At Herscher REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL
Coal City 70 vs Kankakee (McNamara) 68 F
Pontiac 96 vs Fairbury (Prairie Central) 79 F
class 3a At Morris REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL
Sandwich 58 vs Morris 54 F
class 3a At Park Forest (Rich East) REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL
Richton Park (Rich South) 48 vs Manteno 39 F
class 4a At Bradley (B.-Bourbonnais) REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL
Bradley (B.-Bourbonnais) 66 vs Calumet City (Thornton Fractional North) 62 F
Palos Heights (Shepard) 58 vs Blue Island (Eisenhower) 55 F
class `1a At Danville (Schlarman) SECTIONAL SEMIFINAL
Champaign (Judah Christian) vs St. Anne 7:00pm
class 2a At Clifton (Central) SECTIONAL SEMIFINAL
Seneca vs Momence 7:00 pm
class 3a At Herscher REGIONAL SEMIFINAL
Herscher vs Coal City 7:00pm
class 3a At Morris REGIONAL SEMIFINAL
Kankakee (Sr.) vs Sandwich 7:00pm
class 4a At Bradley (B.-Bourbonnais)REGIONAL SEMIFINAL
Chicago (Brother Rice) vs Bradley (B.-Bourbonnais) 7:00pm
NETS 104, BULLS 87
Alan Crabbe scored 21 points and Brooklyn snapped an eight-game losing streak with a 104-87bwin over Chicago. Jarrett Allen and DeMarre Carroll each had 18 points for the Nets, and Joe Harris added 15. Kris Dunn led the Bulls with 23 points and Lauri Markkanen had 19. Chicago has lost four straight and 13 of 16.
MAVERICKS 109, PACERS 103
DALLAS -- Harrison Barnes scored 21 points, J.J. Barea added 19 and Dallas beat Indiana 109-103. The Mavericks ended a four-game losing streak and stopped Indiana's four-game winning streak. They also swept the two-game season series. Doug McDermott had 15 points for Dallas, and Dwight Powell added 10 points and 14 rebounds. Myles Turner led Indiana with 24 points and 11 rebounds. Victor Oladipo scored 21 for the Pacers despite playing only 23 minutes because of foul trouble.
mlb spring training
TWINS 5, CARDINALS 4
Minnesota starter Phil Hughes allowed one hit in two innings. Erick Aybar got two hits for the Twins as they defeat st. louis 5-4. Michael Wacha threw two hitless innings for St. Louis.
MARINERS 9, CUBS 9, 9 INNINGS
Chicago starter Tyler Chatwood opened with a scoreless inning. Dee Gordon homered for Seattle as chicago and seattle played to a nine-inning 9 all tie. Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez was hit in his pitching arm by a line drive off the bat of victor caratini Monday and forced to leave his spring training debut. The Mariners said a precautionary X-ray of his right forearm was negative. Hernandez was listed as day-to-day. He will be re-evaluated Tuesday.
WHITE SOX 7, ATHLETICS 6
Michael Kopech struck out three in two shutout innings for Chicago as they gain a 7-6 win over oakland. Oakland starter Kendall Graveman gave up four hits in two innings. Stephen Piscotty, traded from St. Louis to the A's over the winter, hit a double.
LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- The Chicago Bears have released oft-injured linebacker Pernell McPhee and safety Quintin Demps. The first major free agent signing by general manager Ryan Pace, McPhee had trouble staying healthy in three seasons with the Bears. He had 90 tackles and 14 sacks in 36 games for Chicago after playing his first four years with the Baltimore Ravens. McPhee missed the first six games in 2016 following surgery on his left knee and had arthroscopic surgery on his right knee in July. He also sat out three games late last season because of a shoulder ailment and finished the season on injured reserve. A broken arm limited Demps, who signed with Chicago in March, to three games. The Bears announced the moves on Monday.
HAMPTON, Ga. -- NASCAR legend Richard Petty says after "accumulating stuff" for 80 years, it's time to sell some of his most famous cars, trophies and other items. Petty's iconic day-glow red and Petty blue 1974 Dodge Charger is going on sale at an auction on May 12 at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, along with other cars, his 1981 Daytona 500 trophy and other items. Petty drove the '74 Charger to 31 wins, including his fifth Daytona 500 championship. Petty said he has more cars and memorabilia than he can showcase in his museum in Level Cross, North Carolina. Petty won a record 200 races, including seven at the Daytona 500, and seven Cup championships.
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — The U.S. Open is changing to a two-hole aggregate playoff, the last of the four majors to do away with an 18-hole playoff. The change is takes effect immediately and would be used at Shinnecock Hills on Long Island in June if there is a tie after 72 holes. The U.S. Golf Association also decided to make its other three open championships two-hole playoffs — the U.S. Women's Open, U.S. Senior Open and U.S. Senior Women's Open. The U.S Open has had 33 playoffs in its 117 years, all decided by 18 holes or more. The last U.S. Open playoff was 10 years ago at Torrey Pines, where Tiger Woods beat Rocco Mediate in 19 holes for his 14th major. The Masters was the first major to abandon the 18-hole playoff in 1976 when it changed to sudden death. The PGA Championship did the same a year later, and Lanny Wadkins won the first sudden-death playoff in major championship history in 1977 at Pebble Beach. The PGA later changed to a three-hole aggregate. The British Open changed to a four-hole aggregate in 1986
NEW YORK -- An HBO biopic starring Al Pacino as late Penn State football coach Joe Paterno will premiere April 7. HBO has said the film will focus on Paterno dealing with fallout from the child sex abuse scandal involving former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. The all-time winningest coach in major college football history was fired days after Sandusky's 2011 arrest and died two months later at age 85. A report commissioned by the university and conducted by a team led by former FBI Director Louis Freeh concluded Paterno and three administrators hushed up the allegations against Sandusky. The three administrators were sentenced to jail. Former university President Graham Spanier is appealing his conviction.