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Scoreboard roundup -- 3/9/17

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By Michelle Boncardo

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

INTERLEAGUE
Oakland 12, Cincinnati 5
Colorado 10, Puerto Rico 2
Boston 7, USA 5
Minnesota 10, Colombia 7
N.-Y. Yankees 8, Atlanta 7
Toronto 6, Philadelphia 4
Houston 3, St. Louis 0
Pittsburgh 10, Tampa Bay 8
Detroit 5, N.-Y. Mets 5
Chi. White Sox 4, Arizona 2
Venezuela 6, Texas 4
Seattle 8, Chi. Cubs 6

AMERICAN LEAGUE

L.-A. Angels 5, Cleveland 4

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Milwaukee 5, San Diego 2
Miami 2, Washington 2

NATIONAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE
Detroit 106, Cleveland 101
L.-A. Clippers 114, Memphis 98
Oklahoma City 102, San Antonio 92
Portland 114, Philadelphia 108
L.-A. Lakers 122, Phoenix 110

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Carolina 4, N.-Y. Rangers 3
Toronto 4, Philadelphia 2
Tampa Bay 4, Minnesota 1
Anaheim 1, Chicago 0
Colorado 3, New Jersey 2
Calgary 5, Montreal 0
OT/Ottawa 3, Arizona 2
OT/N.-Y. Islanders 4, Vancouver 3
OT/Los Angeles 3, Nashville 2
San Jose 4, Washington 2

TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL
(6) North Carolina 78, Miami 53
(2) Villanova 108, St. John’s 67
(23) Iowa St. 92, Oklahoma St. 83
(14) Duke 81, (10) Louisville 77
(5) Oregon 80, Arizona St. 57
TCU 85, (1) Kansas 82
(11) West Virginia 63, Texas 53
Xavier 62, (18) Butler 57
(16) Florida St. 74, Virginia Tech 68
(7) Arizona 92, Colorado 78
(22) Notre Dame 71, (21) Virginia 58
Kansas St. 70, (9) Baylor 64
(3) UCLA 76, USC 74

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"Nashville" Recap: "Fire & Rain"

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CMTOn Thursday night’s mid-season finale of Nashville on CMT, Maddie Conrad was thrust into the national spotlight after her emotional tribute to her late mother, Rayna Jaymes, on the CMT Awards.

Juliette Barnes was eager to shepherd the career of the young singer professionally known as Maddie Jaymes, and accompanied her on several national TV appearances. But when Maddie’s nervous comments on one talk show made her seem cavalier about her mother’s death, the teen was devastated by the tabloid reaction. She cancelled her next appearance and immediately returned home.

Desperate to keep Highway 65 afloat, Zach Welles pushed Deacon Claybourne to turn in the masters of Rayna’s final recording. As Deacon resisted, he finally admitted he was having trouble recording his parts for the duet album, alongside Rayna’s scratch vocal. In the end, he sifted through Rayna’s mementos of their years together to craft a moving final tribute to the love of his life.

As Deacon, Maddie and Daphne seemed to be emerging from their intense grief over Rayna’s passing, Scarlett O’Connor finally felt like it was okay for her to leave them to go on tour with Gunnar Scott as The Exes. But before she could hit the road with her ex, Scarlett dropped a bomb: she’s expecting a baby, though she doesn’t know who the father is.

Find out what happens next, when Nashville resumes later this year on CMT.

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Nashville Notes

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Burke/Triolo Productions/ThinkstockCole Swindell gathered up some gold dust again as his sophomore album, You Should Be Here, has been certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America. Each of Cole’s singles has not only gone to #1 on the country charts, but also has been certified Gold or Platinum, for downloads and streams of 500 thousand or a million respectively.

One of Nashville’s most buzzed about new artists, Seth Ennis, just released his first music video for his fast-rising debut single, “Woke Up in Nashville.” The video features Ennis stealing the scene as he makes the leap of faith to Music City, while reflecting on what he left behind.

Tune in to the AUDIENCE Network concert special Brandy Clark airing tonight, March 10, at 9 p.m. Eastern via DIRECTV Ch 239/U-verse Ch 1114 and DIRECTVNOW. In this episode, Brandy Clark sits down with host Ted Stryker in Los Angeles for an in-depth interview spanning her musical beginnings and influences.

Earlier in the week, Wade Hayes returned to the stage of the Franklin Theatre just south of Nashville to host the second annual Country Hits Back benefit concert to support research at Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center. Stars joining him on stage to raise money included Randy Owen of supergroup Alabama and Tracy Lawrence. Wade was diagnosed with advanced colorectal cancer in 2011 and has undergone multiple surgeries and chemotherapy sessions. Thankfully, his body currently shows no signs of the disease.

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"Kong: Skull Island" and "Personal Shopper" among this week's new movie releases

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By Stephen Iervolino

Warner Bros.,Legendary Pictures/Chuck Zlotnick(NEW YORK) — Here’s a look at the new movies opening nationwide Friday:

  • Kong: Skull Island — John Goodman stars in this adventure film about an expedition to an uncharted island in the Pacific, which uncovers an array of prehistoric monsters, including King Kong. Also starring Samuel L. Jackson, Tom Hiddleston and John C. Riley. Rated PG-13.
  • Personal Shopper — Kristen Stewart plays a young woman in Paris hired as a personal shopper for a celebrity in this drama. Possessed with the ability to communicate with ghosts, she tries to contact her recently deceased twin brother, but begins hearing messages from an unknown source as well. Rated R.


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Extreme wind violently knocks down man at NH observatory 6,300 feet above sea level

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By Michelle Boncardo

Mount Washington Observatory(NEW YORK) — With an altitude of 6,288 feet above sea level, New Hampshire’s Mount Washington Observatory is not a particularly pleasant place to be during a ferocious windstorm.

Case in point: On Thursday, a man at the observatory found it impossible to remain standing as winds in excess of 100 mph swept through the area.

The observatory, located about 140 miles north of Boston in North Conway, posted a video to its Facebook page, writing, “Winds this morning were gusting to well over 100 mph so we had to take a break from work to play! The peak gust for today was 119 mph and during the video, winds were still gusting into the 110+ mph range. The flag is used to help visualize the winds.”

In the video the man finds it impossible to remain standing, as the wind forces him to the ground and begins to blow him away.

ABC affiliate WMUR in Manchester, New Hampshire reported Thursday that utility company Eversource restored power to more than 18,000 customers who were affected by the harsh weather in the state.

“Line crews and tree crews have been extremely busy,” Eversource spokesperson Martin Murray told WMUR. “Our operations staff have been monitoring conditions. We’ve had people out restoring power throughout the day.”

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