Tigers and Yanks tied 2-2
Astros beat Mets 6-1
Nats over the Mets 7-4
Today – Mets v Marlins 1p, Yanks v O’s 1p, Crunch at Devils 7p, Penguins at Rangers 8p
St. Bonaventure beat UCLA 65-58 for its first NCAA Tournament victory in 48 years. The 11th-seeded Bonnies (26-7) will play sixth-seeded Florida (20-12) in Dallas on Thursday night in the East region.
SU Guard Frank Howard feels better after strep throat and he’ll play tonight.
CRMC presents 11th-seed SU v AZ St in Dayton, OH to open the NCAA tournament tonight live on X101 9:10p scheduled tip. The winner of the Syracuse-Arizona State game will face TCU in Detroit on Friday.
Le Moyne basketball is headed to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Division II tournament after a 75-59 victory against Bloomfield. Next game is Tuesday.
It’ll be a busy day around the NFL as the new league season begins today.
The longest-tenured player on Buffalo’s roster will continue to hold that title for one more season. 35-year old Kyle Williams agreed to terms with the Bills Tuesday on a one-year deal, just a day before becoming an unrestricted free agent.
Tiger Woods and Ernie Els have been named captains for the next Presidents Cup. Woods and Els have each played in the Presidents Cup eight times and served as assistants. The matches will be played in Australia in December of 2019.
A reminder from Crown City Little League that this Friday is the last day to register for the 2018 season.
High School Boys Basketball State Tournament play…
The Tully Black Knights are in the NYSPHSAA Class C semifinals against Section V Champion Northstar Christian, Friday at 1:15 pm at The Arena in Binghamton.
March 31 is the Homer Elks Lodge 6th Annual March Madness 3K to benefit the Elks National Foundation and the Home Services Program for United Cerebral Palsy of New York. Register or sign up at homerelks3k.com.
Sign ups for the Cathy Stage Homer Recreation Youth Softball and Tee Ball Programs are open until April 7, at the Homer Recreation Office at 53 South Main Street or online at the Homer Rec Desk site. Roger Sager tells us they could use umpires, too.