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Wisconsin State Sports 4/16

>>Bucks Lose First Playoff Game In OT 113-107

(Boston, MA) — Khris Middleton gave Milwaukee a chance by hitting a 3-pointer at the buzzer, but the Bucks fell in overtime 113-107 Sunday in the first round of the N-B-A playoffs. The Celtics led 99-96 with a half-second remaining when Middleton connected from 35 feet out. Boston owned the overtime 14-8. Giannis Atetokounmpo fouled out after scoring 35 points, grabbing 13 rebounds and passing out seven assists. Middleton had 31. The Bucks were hurt by 20 turnovers. They had taken a 10-point lead in the second period at the end of a 26-4 run. The teams played the second game of the best-of-seven series Tuesday.

>>Mets Walk-Off With 3-2 Win Over Brewers In Frigid Conditions

(New York, NY) — Wilmer Flores hit a walk-off game-winning home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, giving the New York Mets a 3-2 win over Milwaukee. Players bundled up in high-tech athletic gear to deal with a windy game-time temperature of 42 degrees on Jackie Robinson Day. Matt Albers took the loss after shaking off his catcher, then delivering a sinker belt-high which Flores deposited over the fence in left-centerfield. Mets starter Noah Syndergaard struck out eight straight batters at one point — two short of the major league record. The Brewers held a 2-1 lead in the sixth after a pair of Met fielding mistakes. The Brewers get what could be a break in the schedule when the struggling Cincinnati Reds visit for a game tonight. Brent Suter will be the Milwaukee starter.

>>Snow Storm Delays Packers Organized Team Activities

(Green Bay, WI) — The Packers have decided to begin their Organized Team Activities Tuesday after a major early-spring snowstorm forced a delay. The O-T-As were to have started Sunday morning with the arrival of the players, with workouts today. The heavy snow disrupted player travel plans and the Packers gave them Sunday and Monday as additional travel days. The first media availability has also been delayed until Tuesday.

>>Senior Ryan Wagner Named UW Hockey MVP

(Madison, WI) — Senior Ryan Wagner was named Most Valuable Player for the University of Wisconsin hockey team at a post-season banquet last weekend. Team awards were handed out at the event. Wagner led the Badgers with 33 points last season. Junior defenseman Peter Tischke took home the Most Competitive Player and Unsung Hero awards. Forward Linus Weissbach and defenseman Wyatt Kalynuk shared the Rookie of the Year award.

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