HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS
Glenwood at Vail Mountain 4 pm
Glenwood at Fruita Monument 5 pm
Coal Ridge at Roaring Fork 4 pm
Basalt at Vail Christian 3 pm
Hotchkiss at Coal Ridge 4pm
Rangely at Grand Valley 4pm
Meeker at Roaring Fork 4pm
Monahan has goal, 3 assists in Flames’ 4-2 win
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) – Sean Monahan scored his team-leading 26th goal and added three assists and the Calgary Flames inched closer to clinching a playoff spot with a 4-2 victory over the Colorado Avalanche on Monday night.
Denver at Portland 8 pm
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) – Geno Auriemma (aw-ree-EH’-muh) and the UConn Huskies have been on an unprecedented Final Four run, making it there for 10 straight years. They’ve won 111 consecutive games, and they face Mississippi State on Friday night in Dallas. Stanford will face South Carolina in the other national semifinal, giving the Southeastern Conference two teams in the Final Four for the first time since 2008.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Pressure is mounting on USA Hockey in its wage dispute with the women’s national team. USA Hockey’s board of directors held a meeting but had not emerged with a resolution as of late last night. Players said Sunday in a statement that they were hopeful USA Hockey would agree to what was hammered out after 10-plus hours of in-person talks a week ago.
LONDON (AP) – Andy Murray will miss Britain’s Davis Cup quarterfinal series against France next month because of an elbow injury. Murray sustained the injury in practice and also recently withdrew from the Miami Open.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) – Postgame handshakes turned to a fight at last night’s softball game between Auburn and Florida. The Tigers beat Florida 1-0. Then Auburn shortstop Haley Fagan left Florida softball coach Tim Walton hanging for a handshake. The coach lightly shoved her in the shoulder with his right hand. Fagan turned and pushed Walton back, with the two exchanging words. A scrum broke out around them, and Fagan ended up being pulled away from Walton while screaming at the coach.
LOS ANGELES (AP) – A battle over control of the Los Angeles Lakers is over after an agreement was reached to have Jeanie Buss serve as controlling owner of the NBA franchise for the rest of her life. That makes permanent the arrangement her late father and longtime Lakers owner Jerry Buss said in his will that he wanted. The filing of the agreement in Los Angeles Superior Court ends weeks of uncertainty about control of the Lakers as the franchise tries to put several losing seasons behind it.