The Columbus Blue Jackets topped the Anaheim Ducks last night, 2-1 in overtime. Columbus got on the board first on a Derrick Brassard wrist shot goal midway through the second. However, Anaheim would answer with a goal early in the third that would force overtime. But in the extra period the Jackets would take the win right away on a Mark Letestu goal a minute in. With the win, the Jackets currently sit at eighth in the Western Conference. Columbus will now head to Nashville on Thursday night. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 7:45 and drop of the puck at 8.
In other NHL action last night, Boston blanked Buffalo, 2-0. Philadelphia ousted Washington, 5-4 in overtime and the LA Kings clipped Dallas, 3-2.
The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the New Orleans Hornets last night, 112-92. The Cavs led by one at the intermission behind Kyrie Irving’s 15 second quarter points, but the Hornets would control the second half. New Orleans led by 11 after the third and pulled away in the fourth. Cleveland was led by Kyrie Irving with 31 points and six assists. The Cavs will now head to Atlanta tonight at 7:30.
Elsewhere in the NBA, New York blasted Boston, 108-89. Miami edged San Antonio, 88-86. Chicago clipped Detroit, 95-94 and Washington blew past Toronto, 109-92.
The Cincinnati Reds open the 2013 season today as they welcome the LA Angels to Great American Ballpark. The Reds are the favorite in the NL Central and one of the favorites in the National League, but will open the season with interleague play against one of the top teams in the game. Johnny Cueto will take the mound for the Reds against Jared Weaver. The Reds and Angels on Opening Day can be heard on 970 WATH today with pre game at 3:40 and first pitch at 4:10.
On MLB Opening Night last night, Houston blew past Texas, 8-2.
Ohio baseball fell to Eastern Michigan yesterday, 13-6. The Eagles raced out to a 5-1 lead after three innings and pushed the lead out to 10-1 going into the seventh. The Bobcats scored four in the seventh behind an RBI double from Ben Otto and an RBI single from Nate Squires. The Ohio comeback would fall short, however, and Eastern Michigan took the series 2-1. The Bobcats are back in action on Tuesday night as they host Xavier at 6.
In NCAA tournament Elite Eight action last night, Michigan dominated Florida, 79-59 and Louisville handled Duke, 85-63.
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