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Sports: Luchse coach after victory against Zwickau «All around satisfied»

Final Four winners and losers: UNC and first-year coach Hubert Davis riding high; Duke and Coach K face cruel exit

  Final Four winners and losers: UNC and first-year coach Hubert Davis riding high; Duke and Coach K face cruel exit Hubert Davis has a chance to become the first coach to win his first NCAA title in his first year. Kansas' Bill Self is going for his second title.But that was just the undercard to the main event: No. 2 Duke and No. 8 North Carolina in the first meeting between the two rivals in men's NCAA Tournament history.

With the handball Luchsen Buchholz 08 rose garden is the relief after the victory in the basement duel against the BSV Saxony Zwickau Groß. Trainer Dubravko Prelcec said in the face of the surprisingly clear 32:21 (15:10) on Saturday: "I am completely satisfied with the performance of my team, because everything we've done, has also worked out."

Ein Handball liegt auf einem Tor. © Frank Molter / DPA / Symbol Image A handball is on a gate.

In the table, the table last moved to a point to the BSV, which occupies the relegation place. "I realize that my girls have to worry about the remaining games for one or the other surprise if we want to escape the direct descent." In contrast,

with empty hands returned the Buxtehuder SV from the top game at the loss-free title favorite SG BBM Bietigheim. The team of coach Dirk Leun had led at 28:33 (12:20) after about 18 minutes at 12:10. In the last twelve minutes before the break, however, the hosts trumped with a 10: 0 series and made for preliminary decision.

On Jackie Robinson Day, remember Hilton Smith, who helped make Robinson possible .
You may not know the name Hilton Smith, but he's a key figure in baseball history. Smith helped Jackie Robinson break MLB's color barrier.Smith's career, without his connection to Robinson, was deserving of Cooperstown alone. The former Kansas City Monarchs right-hander, long overshadowed by another Monarchs righty named Satchel Paige, was posthumously inducted in 2001.

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