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Matt Bellerive scored the winning goal late in the third period as the Red Deer Rebels edged the host Moose Jaw Warriors 2-1 on Friday in Western Hockey League action. Bellerive circled the Warriors net, found a shooting lane and picked the top corner on Moose Jaw goaltender Daniel Wapple with only 10.9 seconds on the clock for the game winner. "Going into every game, it doesnt matter if were down 1-0, we dont panic," said Bellerive. "We just know were going to win. We have that confidence right now." Tyson Ness also scored for the Rebels (19-11-2), who have won nine games in a row, and Patrik Bartosak stopped 25-of-26 shots for the victory. "We cant have that happen. Especially that late in the game," said Warriors captain Kendall McFaull about the winning goal. "We were 10 seconds away from a point. Were always going for two, but we could have at least had a point there." Justin Kirsch scored the lone goal for the Warriors (11-14-7), who have dropped back-to-back contests, while Daniel Wapple turned aside 32 shots in a losing cause. "Our problem was that we were up and down. We had a good first period and then we had a good shift, then a bad shift. You cant do that against teams like this," said McFaull. "We have to find ways to score. Were not going to win many games when we only score one goal." Neither club could score on the power play as Red Deer went 0 for 4 and Moose Jaw 0 for 3. Elsewhere in the WHL, it was: Spokane 5, Brandon 2; Calgary 5, Edmonton 2; Kootenay 3, Prince Albert 2; Medicine Hat 8, Lethbridge 7 (SO); Kamloops 3, Prince George 0; Tri-City 3, Portland 2; Swift Current 3 Vancouver 1 and Seattle 5, Everett 1. At Moose Jaw, Sask., Kirsch opened the scoring for the Warriors when he used his speed to get a breakaway before beating Bartosak with a backhand through the five-hole. "We got one and we didnt get another one. Its hard to win games 1-0," said Warriors head coach Mike Stothers. "We had some opportunities. Their goalie misplayed some rebounds and we werent quick enough to react to those rebounds. The bottom line is that its pretty tough to win if you only score one." The Rebels regrouped in the intermission and Rhyse Dieno nearly scored on a breakaway three seconds into the period. Wapple robbed Dieno twice and made a number of big saves in the second period to keep the Warriors in the game, however he could only do so much for so long. "(Wapple) was solid for us again," said McFaull. "We owe him. Thats a game we have to close out." Red Deer tied the game early in the third period when Ness beat Moose Jaw defenceman Morgan Rielly at the Warriors blue-line and came in on a two-on-one and scored on Wapple with a shot high to the blocker side. --- Chiefs 5 Wheat Kings 2 At Brandon, Mitch Holmberg had two goals and an assist and Garret Hughson stopped 30 shots as Spokane (22-7-1) extended its win streak to six games by downing the Wheat Kings (10-17-4), who have dropped seven in a row. --- Hitmen 5 Oil Kings 2 At Edmonton, Zane Jones scored twice in the third period, including the winner, and Chris Driedger made 34 saves as Calgary (19-6-3) downed the Oil Kings (18-7-5) for their third win in a row. --- Ice 3 Raiders 2 At Cranbrook, B.C., Mackenzie Skapski stopped 37-of-39 shots and Jaedon Descheneau had a goal and an assist as Kootenay (9-18-1) slipped past Prince Albert (20-10-2) to end a three-game winless streak. --- Tigers 8 Hurricanes 7 (SO) At Lethbridge, Alta., Jaimen Yakubowski scored five goals for the Hurricanes (15-14-5), however it wasnt enough as Hunter Shinkaruk scored twice in regulation and the shootout winner for Medicine Hat (14-16-2). --- Blazers 3 Cougars 0 At Kamloops, B.C., Cole Cheveldave stopped all 23 shots he faced and Brendan Ranford set up two goals, including Marek Hrbas winner, as the Blazers (23-7-3) blanked Prince George (10-15-4). --- Americans 3 Winterhawks 2 At Portland, Ore., Connor Rankin scored twice and set up one more and Luke Lee-Knight stopped 44 shots as Tri-City (18-11-2) ended the Winterhawks (23-5-1) seven-game winning streak. --- Broncos 3 Giants 1 At Vancouver, Levi Bews had a goal and an assist while Eetu Laurikainen turned aside 28 shots as Swift Current (13-15-5) beat the Giants (8-21-0), who sit last in the WHL standings. --- Thunderbirds 5 Silvertips 1 At Everett, Wash., Brandon Glover made 33 saves, but Tyler Sandhu ruined his shutout bid with seven seconds remaining in the game as Seattle (16-13-1) defeated the Silvertips (11-20-2) for its fourth straight victory. 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Rafael Nadal followed suit after his first-round victory, as did Roger Federer, whos done it for years. And Novak Djokovic also got in on a ritual thats become de rigueur, telling fans in French at the end of a rain-disrupted Day 3 at the clay-court tournament, "The ambiance was awesome. Wholesale Jerseys . Elliott initially hit the post from a corner but poked in the rebound in the 74th after a follow-up effort had been blocked as well. The victory means the League Championship club will visit Sheffield United in the next round, and gave Birmingham a measure of revenge after being relegated from the Premier League last season when a loss in the final round allowed Wolves to stay up.Im looking forward to this Saturdays NCAA Final Four on TSN, it should be a wonderful few hours of basketball excitement. What a crazy tournament its been. Everyones brackets are in the garbage can and my picks have been a complete mess, as has been the case for the majority of us. Thats what makes this event so fun and unique, that its so hard to pick when you consider the volatility of the one-game season scenario and the unpredictability of dealing with 18-to-22 year old college players. Briefly, here are my picks for this Saturdays Final Four. See ya then. Enjoy!                    (11) VCU vs. (8) BUTLER: Two awesome stories that define the Cinderella nature of the tournament at its finest. It will be really cool that one of these teams will play for an NCAA Championship next Monday night. I like VCU in this game; 71-68. Butler has had a great run with the experience and production of Shelvin Mack and Matt Howard. These guys show up each game and compete at a very high level and overcome the odds with savvy and smarts. Its really neat to watch this team defend. Theyre in the right spots and challenge shots and do an excellent job of protecting the paint and finding ways of coming up with loose balls. I guess the best way to describe the Bulldogs is sound. The have Final Four experience and that will help them immensely. The VCU Rams have had fabulous guard play and exceptional 3-point shooting (45%+) in the tournament, as well as the fact that theyve done a nice job guarding the 3-point shot too (look at Kansas shooting 2-22 from downtown). I like their quickness, speed, chemistry and fearless pursuit of rebounds when out-manned on the inside. Jamie Skeen has played big inside and I love the play of Joey Rodriguez, Bradford Burgess and Brandon Rozzell on the outside. Look for VCUs quicckness and offensive creativity to be the difference in this one.dddddddddddd My man Sherman Hamilton is smiling lots these days considering he was a player there back in the 1990s. The Rams are in an entertaining and hard fought game.                     (4) KENTUCKY vs. (3) CONNECTICUT: A neat point guard matchup, with the college games most explosive player in the past four weeks in UConns Kemba Walker versus the ultra-talented and improving frosh sensation, Brandon Knight for the Wildcats. Both of them set the tone for their teams. Walker has been on an incredible run with his scoring, passing, defense and penetrating ability. Hes an impact player that is off the charts right now.  Knight has hit two NCAA game-winners versus Princeton and Ohio State and has that stage presence that I love in young stars. Hes got it. Jeremy Lamb has played exceptionally well for the Huskies in the tournament and has shot the ball consistently for a Freshman. UConn doesnt have great depth but they play Lamb and Walker as many minutes as possible and then fill in the blanks. Jim Calhoun has done a masterful job with this group and theyre playing their best when it counts. John Caliparis Wildcats have been stellar defensively, holding opponents to below 63 points per game. By the way, Calipari can recruit but he can coach too. Good mix of vets (Josh Harrellson, DeAndre Liggins and Darius Miller) along with young guns in Knight and Terence Jones.  When I size this game up, its another tough one to pick (Im sure Ill be wrong again!) but Im going to go with Kentucky; 68-65. I just thing that Kentucky is a deeper team with the ability to score from multiple positions and is overall stronger as a defensive club. Jones and Harrellson can be the difference inside for the Wildcats. ' ' '
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