• BLOOMINGTON KENNEDY 85, BURNSVILLE 57: The flu bug claimed three Kennedy players this week, and Kenisha Bell remained on the sidelines because of a broken hand but, even with four players out, the Eagles had few problems handling their South Suburban opponent. Jade Martin scored 36 points and had six steals in Kennedy's 15th consecutive victory.
• DELASALLE 81, ST. ANTHONY 64: The Class 3A, No. 2 Islanders continued to roll with a one-sided victory over the Huskies. The Islanders were led by two double-double performances: Allina Starr tallied 16 points and 13 assists, and Tyseanna Johnson had 14 points and 10 rebounds. DeLaSalle has won 15 of its past 16 games.
• ROSEVILLE 60, WOODBURY 30: Ten different players scored for Roseville, which won its 17th in a row and remained unbeaten in Suburban East play. Jacqlyn Poss was the only Raider who reached double digits, scoring 15, even though her team doubled Woodbury's total on the scoreboard. Kristina White led the Royals with 14 points.
More from Star Tribune
More From Sports
Leticia Romero scored 21 points and No. 7 Florida State beat No. 23 Florida 83-58 on Thursday night for its eighth straight victory.
Brionna Jones scored 19 of her career-high 30 points in the first half and No. 4 Maryland remained unbeaten with a 101-49 victory over St. Peter's on Thursday night.
Chris Petersen chatted up Nick Saban while they waited to pose with the championship trophy, looking for any bit of insight that might help the College Football Playoff's rookie coach.
"Without doubt the target is younger players who are coming at the prime of their career or even as they're beginning to establish their career," Don Garber said.
NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt Jr., who missed the final 18 races of last season because of a concussion, has been medically cleared to return next year.