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UPDATE: Missouri basketball's Johnathan Williams III to meet with coach, discuss possible transfer

Missouri forward Johnathan Williams III looks for a shot as Florida forward Devin Robinson blocks during a men's basketball game Feb. 24 at Mizzou Arena. Williams III is seeking to transfer from Missouri, according to his father.

Johnathan Williams II confirmed that his son asked Missouri for a release, "but he might not necessarily take it." On Tuesday, Williams III said there was a lot going on and he would have an answer by the end of the week.

SOPHIE IN THE SPOTLIGHT: During McDonald's All-American festivities, Cunningham revels in support of family, fans

Sophie Cunningham was shocked when her mother, Paula Cunningham, challenged her to a dance-off in front of thousands of spectators Monday at the Powerade Jam Fest at the Gerald Ratner Athletics Center at the University of Chicago.

Maryland tops Tennessee yet again on way to Final Four

Next up for the Terrapins: Connecticut.

Tennessee hires former Texas coach Rick Barnes

Just two days after leaving Texas, Rick Barnes has landed at Tennessee.

Wainwright will start Opening Day, Cardinals say

Next up for Adam Wainwright is opening night in Chicago. The right-hander proved he is ready to go by pitching into the seventh inning in St. Louis' 3-2 loss to the Miami Marlins on Tuesday.

Blues hope to turn things around ahead of NHL playoffs

A team that's been among the best in the Western Conference all season got a day off Tuesday. They want a avoid a repeat of last spring, when they limped into the postseason on a six-game losing streak and were eliminated in the first round by Chicago.

The Royals Way: Speed, defense and the game's best bullpen

Speedy, weak-hitting outfielders come cheaper than someone who pounds 30 homers. And you can get a bushel of relievers for the price of a starting pitcher.

UConn's Ollie won't travel to Final Four because of new law

Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy ordered a travel ban in response to Indiana's new religious-objections law. UConn President Susan Herbst issued a statement in support of the ban and said neither Ollie nor any other member of the basketball staff would travel to Indianapolis.

Despite late comeback attempt, Battle girls soccer falls to Helias 2-1

The Muriel Williams Battle High School girls soccer team lost to Helias Catholic High School 2-1 Monday despite a strong performance by goalkeeper Gillian Schullte.

Rock Bridge baseball too much for Battle

Even a skeleton team for Rock Bridge was enough to push an 11-1 win over crosstown foe Muriel Williams Battle High School on Monday.

'Easy to mesh' freshmen lead Duke to Final Four

Mike Krzyzewski's youngest team ever is taking its 68-year-old coach to his 12th Final Four in what he has called "one of the most unique years" he has had in his 35 seasons at Duke.

Tolton baseball triumphs over Fulton

The Trailblazers baseball team had a big sixth inning as they squeaked past Fulton 6-5  Monday.

Morgan Eye selected to women's 3-point competition

The senior set school records for 3-pointers made in a game (11), single season (112) and career (317).

Michigan State victory caps winning weekend for Travis Trice

It was an emotional weekend for Travis Trice, the hero in the Spartans' overtime win over Louisville.

Storylines to follow heading into the Final Four

It is the fifth time at least three No. 1 seeds reached the Final Four.

Blues can't keep up with Canucks in 4-1 loss

Zbynek Michalek scored for the Blues, who never led and missed a chance to clinch a playoff spot with a victory. St. Louis has lost two straight at home, has one win its last six games overall, and remained one point shy of a seventh 100-point season.

UConn reaches 8th straight Final Four with win over Dayton

Now the Huskies stand two wins away from a third straight national championship. They accomplished that same feat from 2002-04.

Moustakas hits grand slam in Royals' victory

Alex Gordon, who also homered, and Eric Hosmer each had three of the Royals' 15 hits.

Wacha pleased with performance in Cardinals win

St. Louis pitcher Michael Wacha pronounced himself ready for the season after allowing two runs, one earned, on five hits while striking out three in five innings.

Kaminsky, Okafor lead 2014-15 AP All-America team

Frank Kaminsky, the 7-foot senior from Wisconsin, was a unanimous choice Monday. Jahlil Okafor, the 6-11 freshman from Duke, received all but one first-team vote.

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