St. John’s is 6-1 against the Pirates this season.
The Black Bears overcome a slow start and cruise into the semifinals.
The Russia-Finland matchup is the main event, and the Americans must figure out how to shut down the Czechs.
The No. 1 Tigers dominate from the start in a 70-27 win over Vinalhaven.
A total of six players are disciplined in the wake of two brawls during Sunday’s game.
The Flyers lose 49-37 to Carrabec in a regional quarterfinal.
Lindsay Ball will compete on the U.S. Paralympic Alpine Skiing Team in the giant slalom for the visually impaired.
The Rangers capture their fifth straight state championship.
The 23-year-old American scored a 92 on his first run through the halfpipe.
Lauryn Williams, who had never pushed a bobsled or even sat inside one until just six months ago, and teammate Elana Meyers lead in USA-1 at the halfway point of women’s Olympic bobsled.
Russian freestyle skier Maria Komissarova fractured her spine during a training session Saturday.
The Breakers win a postseason game for the first time, 56-24.
With a stunner of a finishing kick, Jorrit Bergsma knocked off the world’s greatest distance skater, winning the 10,000 meters with an Olympic-record time.
The Western Class B girls will play their quarterfinals Wednesday, and two Western Class C girls games are also postponed.
Despite scoring in only 10 of the meet’s 12 events, the Rangers held off Morse High of Bath for a 289-263 victory.
Sergei Bobrovsky made 22 saves in the second straight shutout victory for the fifth-seeded Russians.
Svendsen edged French rival Martin Fourcade by the length of a ski tip Tuesday to win the last individual biathlon gold of the Sochi Olympics.
In steady rain, Graabak finished six-tenths of a second ahead of silver medalist Magnus Moan.
Four years ago in Vancouver, the South Koreans finished first, but were disqualified and China got the gold.
The U.S. team’s Alex Deibold takes bronze in soggy conditions.
American teenager Mikaela Shiffrin placed fifth in her Olympic debut, missing a medal by just 0.23 seconds.
Henry Cleaves had to be coaxed into playing basketball, but now he’s a team leader.
Town support and player dedication endure despite the alcohol-related suspensions of six athletes before the playoffs.
The Sox pitcher walks away from $13.25 million.
Taylor Wilbur scores 34 points to lead the Black Bears to a 68-52 win.
The underdog Wolverines put up a fight before falling to the No. 1 seed, 66-56.
James Hannigan scores three goals for the Stags, who trailed by two goals after the second period.