Boys District 3A Quarterfinals

Coal Ridge beat Grand Valley 47-42. Rifle squeaked past Olathe 54-52. Roaring Fork defeated Hotchkiss 69-43 and Aspen got past Gunnison 60 to 56. In Friday’s semifinals, Roaring Fork will take on Rifle at 4:45, Aspen will play Coal Ridge at 8:15 at Palisade High School.

Girls District 3A Playoffs

Coal Ridge hosts Hotchkiss tonight at 6 while Aspen plays at Roaring Fork in consolation games. In tomorrow’s semifinal games, Olathe plays Gunnison at 3 and Rifle takes on Grand Valley at 6:30 at Palisade High School. Tomorrow’s girl’s and boy’s semifinal games will be broadcast live on KMTS. Saturday’s championship games at 4 and 5:45 will also be on KMTS.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Broncos coach John Fox says Brady Quinn’s
apology to Tim Tebow shows the two have a close relationship
Fox’s comments came Thursday at the NFL’s annual scouting
combine in Indianapolis. Quinn reportedly said Tebow had a “lot of luck” and that the way Tebow expressed his faith didn’t seem humble to him. He later apologized. Fox say there is no rift between the two Denver quarterbacks. He says the two were good teammates and attributes the comments to getting “lost in translation.” Fox also believes the apology
presents a more accurate portrayal of Quinn that the comments
attributed to him. With only two quarterbacks on the roster, Fox says the team will look to add two more quarterbacks before training camp.

DETROIT (AP) – There’s a great matchup on ice tonight in Detroit
as the Red Wings play host to Vancouver. Each club leads its
division, and in the Western Conference standings the Wings top the
Canucks by two points. Detroit enters the game with a 23-game home
ice winning streak.

SINGAPORE (AP) – Angela Stanford of the U.S. is off to a good
start in the LPGA’s HSBC Women’s Champions event in Singapore. She
opened with a 6-under 66 to lead five players by two strokes. Her
round consisted of six birdies.

NEW YORK (AP) – The New York Knicks are back at .500 on the
season after another win led by Jeremy Lin. The guard had 17 points
and nine assists as the Knicks beat the Hawks last night 99-82 for
their ninth win in 11 games.

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) – Syracuse, the second-ranked team in the
Associated Press poll, had a tough time last night on the home
court. The Orange had to overcome a 13-point deficit to beat South
Florida 56-48. The Orange, who were led by Scoop Jardine’s 15
points, now stand 28-1 on the season.

MARANA, Ariz. (AP) – Tiger Woods is alive and well at the Match
Play Championship in Arizona. He had to scramble to beat Gonzalo
Fernandez-Castano (kuh-STAHN’-yoh) 1-up. Woods was trailing
Fernandez-Castano until he drove the 15th green for a birdie to
square the match, then took advantage of the Spaniard’s struggles
with the putter.