class 3a At Pontiac SECTIONAL SEMIFINAL
Kankakee (Sr.) 72
Park Forest (Rich East) 71 F
Corey Tharp - Kankakee, 23 points/Vashawn Sims - Rich East-15 points
SVC BOYS BASKETBALL ALL-CONFERENCE 2017-18
Julian Stadeli - Cissna Park Christian Stadeli - Cissna Park
Woodrow Hubbard - Momence Lamar Lillard - Momence
Lamarius Lillard - Momence Austin Gooden - PBL
Carson Anderson - South Newton Jay Hammel - South Newton
Blake Castonguay - Watseka Brendan Fletcher - Watseka
Darryl Harris - Central Tanner Benoit - Cissna Park
Brian Fehr - Cissna Park Michael Hartke - Iroquois West
Tyler Pichon - PBL Drew Hagen - Watseka
Andrew Boudreau - Central Dakota Wahl - Dwight
Austin Saathoff - Iroquois West Kobey Mazur - Momence
Mason Ecker - PBL Brody Derflinger - South Newton
Ben Lyznicki - Watseka
SVC GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL-CONFERENCE 2017-18
Gabby Wessels - Cissna Park Rose Ritter - Clifton
Melissa Stewart - Dwight Meara Tilstra - IW
Matti Lanie - Momence Ariana Gentzler - PBL
Liberty Jamison - PBL Jaimie Diedam - South Newton
Kennedy Bauer - Watseka Summer Cramer - Watseka
Mallory Drake - Watseka
Anna Jennings - Cissna Park Jasmine Stock - Cissna Park
Mackenzie Bruns - PBL Cassidi Nuckols - PBL
Magan Harris - Watseka
Olivia Powell - Cissna Park Cassidy Gerdes - Clifton
Leah Flynn - Dwight Maya Sanchez - IW
Brooke Kelly - Momence Baylee Cosgrove - PBL
Shanelle Embery - South Newton Emily Bunting - Watseka
BULLS 119, GRIZZLIES 110
CHICAGO -- Lauri Markkanen scored 22 points, Zach LaVine and Kris Dunn added 21 apiece and Chicago handed Memphis its 15th straight loss 119-110. Memphis' Dillon Brooks scored 20 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter.
JAZZ 104, PACERS 84
INDIANAPOLIS -- Rudy Gobert had 23 points and 14 rebounds, and Donovan Mitchell added 20 points and six assists in Utah's 104-84 victory over Indiana. The Jazz improved to 15-2 over their last 17 games. Ricky Rubio had 18 points and seven assists for Utah, and reserve Jae Crowder added 16 points. Myles Turner led Indiana with 24 points.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- James Harden scored 26 points, Eric Gordon had 18 points and two momentum-swinging 3-pointers in the third quarter, and the Houston Rockets beat the Milwaukee Bucks 110-99 on for their 17th straight win. The Rockets passed the Boston Celtics for the longest winning streak in the NBA this season. Houston hasn't lost since Jan. 26 at New Orleans.
CUBS 11, INDIANS 6
Slimmed-down Cubs slugger Kyle Schwarber hit his first home run of the spring after Chicago had already gotten to Cleveland starter Trevor Bauer for eight runs as the cubs beat the indians 11-6. Schwarber, Albert Almora Jr. and Tommy La Stella each had two hits for Chicago. Cleveland first baseman Yonder Alonso hit his second homer of the spring after signing with Cleveland as a free agent.
CARDINALS 4, NATIONALS 3
Adam Wainwright worked 3 2/3 innings in his second start of the spring for St. Louis as they down the nationals 4-3. Cardinals closer Luke Gregerson is expected to be sidelined for at least a couple of days with tightness in his oblique. Washington starter Max Scherzer struck out four and gave up a home run to Greg Garcia.
WHITE SOX 14, REDS 12
Yoan Moncada had three hits and scored twice for Chicago as the white sox get past the reds 14-12. Starter Miguel Gonzalez got just two outs, giving up five runs on four hits and two walks. Reds starter Homer Bailey was tagged for six runs and seven hits in three innings. Scott Schebler got four hits.
TWINS 8, RED SOX (SS) 1
BLUE JAYS (SS) 6, TIGERS 5
BLUE JAYS (SS) 13, PIRATES 4
BREWERS 10, ROYALS 6
Now that Ichiro Suzuki is back with the Seattle Mariners, he hopes to stick around a while. The 44-year-old outfielder rejoined his former team Wednesday with a $750,000, one-year contract. Suzuki was the AL MVP and Rookie of the Year with Seattle in 2001. He was traded to the New York Yankees during the 2012 season and spent three years in Miami. Suzuki has a .312 career average and 3,080 hits, not including the 1,278 hits he totaled in Japan. He played 136 games last year for the Marlins and hit .255 with a .318 on-base percentage. Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto said discussions about Suzuki's return intensified about a week ago, when the club's outfield injury situation became a greater concern.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Eagles acquired three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Michael Bennett from the Seattle Seahawks. Seattle gets wide receiver Marcus Johnson and a fifth-round pick, while Philadelphia also receives a seventh-round pick. Bennett had 8 + sacks last season and 54 in his nine-year career.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Los Angeles Rams agreed to trade linebacker Alec Ogletree to the New York Giants for two draft picks. Los Angeles gets the Giants' fourth-round and sixth-round picks in the 2018 draft. The NFC West champion Rams also will send a seventh-round pick in 2019 to the Giants along with Ogletree, their defensive captain and last season's leading tackler.
NEW YORK (AP) - Jerry Jones agreed to pay the NFL more than $2 million in legal fees resulting from two disputes the Dallas Cowboys owner had with the league. Commissioner Roger Goodell held an appeal hearing with Jones on Monday. That came a few days after Goodell assessed the financial penalties for Jones' lawsuit to overturn the suspension of Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott, and for a lawsuit Jones threatened to stop Goodell's newly approved contract.
MANNING & PAPA JOHNS
DENVER -- Peyton Manning sold 31 Denver-area Papa John's stores last week, two days before the NFL dropped the chain as its official pizza sponsor. The Denver Post reported Wednesday that Papa John's spokesman Peter Collins confirmed the former NFL quarterback sold his stake to an existing Papa John's franchisee. Manning will remain Papa John's celebrity spokesman and brand ambassador. He wasn't immediately available for comment. The NFL and Papa John's ended their deal Feb. 27, and the league announced a multiyear marketing deal with Pizza Hut the following day. The NFL's relationship with Papa John's was strained last year when company founder John Schnatter criticized the league's leadership about national anthem protests by players.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- Kevin Harvick has been stripped of the playoff points he earned for winning at Las Vegas because of violations discovered on his Ford. NASCAR ruled Wednesday that Harvick's No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing team violated the rule requiring rear window support braces holding the rear window glass rigid, as well as a rule requiring the right side rocker panel extension to be aluminum. The penalty is the loss of the seven playoff points Harvick earned for winning Sunday's race and both stages. It was Harvick's second consecutive win of the season. Harvick also was docked 20 points. Harvick now has six playoff points instead of the 13 he had earned through three races. Crew chief Rodney Childers was fined $50,000, and car chief Robert Smith was suspended two races. Images of Harvick's popped up on social media with fans wondering if the car was legal because the window appeared altered. Childers has maintained a brace failed.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - The head of the Iditarod's drug testing program, who is challenging his termination from a university job over allegations of bullying and sexual harassment, has been accused of threatening a musher just before the start of this year's race - another black mark for the beleaguered, world-famous sled dog race. Iditarod officials said they are reviewing the allegations and will determine the future role of Dr. Morrie Craig within the next few days. Craig is a contractor for the Iditarod, who is paid an annual $2,500 stipend. The Iditarod's policy against sexual harassment also covers bullying.