2018 Honda Classic leaderboard, grades: Thomas wins in playoff, joins select club On a week when scores surged north of 1,000 over par, Justin Thomas held on and threw down a thrilling ending to the 2018 Honda Classic as he won in a one-hole playoff over Luke List. The victory was his second of the 2017-18 season, seventh in the last two years and eighth of his career. Following a first 10 holes that saw Thomas hit just four fairways in regulation and bonk a tee ball off some rocks on a par 3, he got through the Bear Trap unscathed before unleashing one of the more dramatic endings to a tournament we've seen all year. Since 2007, highest score to par at PGA National (Champion) Course: 2011: +1,110 So far this Week: +1,007 #ShotLink — PGA TOUR Media (@PGATOURmed
Curry scores 44, Warriors hold off late rally by Clippers OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Draymond Green wants the Golden State Warriors to be rolling into the playoffs again this spring. Steve Kerr is looking for ways to spark the defending NBA champions to make sure that happens, to bring the high-flying Warriors back to playing superb basketball on both ends. He returned from a Hawaiian family getaway over the All-Star break and changed starting centers. It worked well enough for him to stick with JaVale McGee over Zaza Pachulia for another night. Stephen Curry swished a beautiful buzzer-beater from way back early and hit another timely 3-pointer late on the way to scoring 44 points, and the Warriors held off the Los Angeles Clippers 134-127 on Thursday night. ”We’re a championship
Friday's Vermont sports scores and Saturday's schedule Rice beats Burlington 60-49 in high school boys basketball action Thursday. Wochit BHS #24 Kevin Garrison slams dunks, converting a successful steal during their boy's basketball matchup Thursday night, Feb. 22, 2018, at Rice. (Photo: RYAN MERCER/FREE PRESS)Buy Photo FRIDAY'S SCORES Men’s college hockey Boston University 2, Vermont 0 More: Sizing up UVM hockey's weekend series Women’s college hockey Hockey East quarterfinals Boston College 3, Vermont 1 High school boys hockey Hartford 4, Burlington 0 High school girls hockey Rutland 5, Rice 2 Essex 5, Northfield 0 Hartford at Woodstock, 8:10 p.m. High school boys basketball (Games at 7 p.m. unless noted) BFA-Fairfax 51, Winooski 37 Mount A
2018 NBA All-Star Game score, highlights: Team LeBron squeaks past Team Stephen The 2018 NBA All-Star Game is in the books. Featuring a new format, the game pitted Team LeBron against Team Stephen. The teams, as has been well documented, were picked playground style a few weeks ago by the two captains, LeBron James and Stephen Curry. The night got off to a bizarre start, with a lengthy sketch comedy routine featuring Kevin Hart and a number of other celebrities. Then, following the player introductions, it was time for the national anthems. And, well, the American rendition did not go so well. Not only was everyone on social media clowning Fergie for her ridiculous rendition, but so too were the players on the court, who could be seen laughing. But finally, the game got un...
2018 Winter Olympics: Team USA women's hockey scores historic wins on and off ice The last 12 months have been a roller coaster ride for the United States women's national hockey team, but on Thursday in Pyeongchang, that ride reached its ultimate peak -- an Olympic gold medal. Team USA defeated Canada, 3-2, in a thrilling shootout win in South Korea to earn their first gold medal in 20 years. It was the third consecutive Olympics in which the American and Canadian women faced off in the final, and this one came 38 years to the day of the "Miracle On Ice." For the American women, there was no miracle necessary. Thursday's gold medal game was earned on the strength of skill, execution, perseverance, heart and fearlessness. It was a perfectly fitting way to wrap up what has been an in...
High school sports: Monday's varsity scores and schedule Game highlights of Mamaroneck's 74-55 win over Ossining in the opening round of Class AA Playoffs. John Meore/lohud Buy Photo LH Logo: Varsity Scores And Schedules(Photo: Chris Brown/The Journal News)Buy Photo HIGH SCHOOL Monday's results Hockey Section 1 tournament Quarterfinals Division I North Rockland 9, Rivertown 1 Mamaroneck 8, Rye-Town/Harrison 3 BrewTown 4, Clarkstown 1 Suffern 5, Scarsdale 1 Tuesday's events Boys basketball Section 1 tournament Semifinals At County Center Class C No. 4 Solomon Schechter vs. No. 1 Hamilton, 8:15 p.m. No. 3 Tuckahoe vs. No. 2 Haldane, 6:30 p.m. Class D No. 3 Biondi vs. No. 2 MLK, 3 p.m. Girls basketball Section 1 tournament Semifina
Marchand scores in overtime, Bruins beat Flames 2-1 CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — Brad Marchand scored his 22nd goal 3:36 into overtime to give the Boston Bruins a 2-1 victory over the Calgary Flames on Monday. After a turnover deep in the Flames end, Riley Nash sprung the Bruins' leading scorer on a breakaway and Marchand made no mistake, slipping the puck through the pads of David Rittich. David Pastrnak also scored for Boston (36-13-8), which moved within one point of Tampa Bay for first place in the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference. Boston has two games in hand. Matthew Tkachuk scored for the Flames (30-21-9), who fell to 1-3-4 in their last eight home games. With the teams meeting for the second time in six days, Calgary was territorially outplayed by a wide margin in
Luongo returns, Matheson scores 2 as Panthers beat flames CALGARY, Alberta (AP) The Florida Panthers have been on quite a roll since the All-Star break. Mike Matheson scored twice, Aleksander Barkov had a goal and two assists, and the Florida Panthers beat the Calgary Flames 6-3 Saturday night for their seventh win in eight games. ”We’ve been doing a lot better job of playing within our systems,” Matheson said. ”Early on in the year we were trying to get used to it a little bit. Since having a bit of time off at the All-Star break, I think we’ve been able to come back hard knowing we really can’t afford to be leaving points out there.” Roberto Luongo stopped 30 shots in his first appearance since a groin injury on Dec. 4, and picked up his first win since Nov. 27. ”Still no
Saturday's Vermont sports scores and Sunday's schedule Free Press editor Emilie Stigliani and reporter Joel Baird discuss the morning's top stories. EMILIE STIGLIANI, JOEL BAIRD, ABBY SILIN/FREE PRESS A Vermont fan waves a flag during player introductions during the men's hockey game between the Northeastern Huskies and the Vermont Catamounts at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Friday night February 16, 2018 in Burlington.(Photo: BRIAN JENKINS/for the FREE PRESS) SATURDAY'S SCORES Men’s college hockey Northeastern 4, Vermont 1 St. Michael’s 6, Franklin Pierce 3 Hamilton 1, Middlebury 0 NEHC quarterfinals Norwich 2, Castleton 1 (2OT) Women’s college hockey Sacred Heart 8, St. Michael’s 0 Middlebury 4, Williams 2 NEHC quarterfinals Norwich 10, New England Col
Thursday's Vermont sports scores and Friday's schedule The Mt. Mansfield Union boys hockey team played Harwood Union in Essex Junction on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS Buy Photo Mt. Mansfield's William Hauf fires the puck against Harwood Union in Essex Junction on Wednesday, February 14, 2018. (Photo: GLENN RUSSELL/FREE PRESS)Buy Photo THURSDAY'S SCORES Women’s college basketball Colby-Sawyer 75, Lyndon State 45 New England College 90, Johnson State 46 Men’s college basketball Vermont 71, New Hampshire 59 Colby-Sawyer 84, Lyndon State 74 New England College, 78, Johnson State 62 High school girls basketball (Games at 7 p.m. unless noted) Burlington 41, Essex 39 Champlain Valley 44, South Burlington 20 St. Johns