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Hope Splits in Wednesday Basketball; Red Wings Skate in Gotham on 1450 WHTC Tonight

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UNDATED (WHTC) - Lawrence Ridgwell scored 18 points as Albion’s men defeated visiting Hope last night, 67-49. The Flying Dutchmen entertain Olivet on Saturday afternoon. Coverage from DeVos Fieldhouse on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live begins at 2:40 PM.

Hope’s women beat visiting Kalamazoo last night, 74-55, behind 14 points from Angelique Gaddy. The Flying Dutch travel to Albion next Wednesday evening.

Grand Valley State’s men and women are in Marquette to face Northern Michigan this evening.

In state major college basketball last night: Michigan State 54, Northwestern 40; Bowling Green 67, Central Michigan 57; and Valparaiso 78, Detroit 70. This evening, Oakland is at Cleveland State.

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The Detroit Red Wings are in New York to meet the Rangers this evening. Broadcast time from Madison Square Garden on 1450 WHTC is at 6:40 PM.

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Joakim Noah’s 26-point, 19-rebound performance helped the Bulls outlast the Magic at Orlando in triple overtime, 128-125. Chicago visits Washington tomorrow evening.

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Jordin Tootoo scored twice as the Griffins downed visiting Chicago last night, 3-1. Grand Rapids welcomes Abbotsford to Van Andel Arena tomorrow evening.

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High school basketball action along the Lakeshore resumes tomorrow night, with the Holland Christian at Hamilton boys’ game on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live at 7:10 PM, and the Bangor at Saugatuck boys/girls doubleheader on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live at 5:10 PM.

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The NFL Conference Finals can be heard on 1450 WHTC this Sunday, beginning at 2 PM with New England at Denver, followed by San Francisco at Seattle.

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