12:30 PM: A referee at a youth hockey game in Cromwell, Connecticut was arrested for physically removing a player from the ice. The referee was charged with breach of peace and risk of injury to a minor.
12:15 PM: Camden (New Jersey) High School wrestler Andrew Stevens arrived late with only 1 minute 30 seconds remaining in his state semifinal match on Saturday, but still managed to defeat his opponent 3-1 in overtime.
6:45 PM: After beating High Point on a last-second three-pointer on Friday, Winthrop defeated UNC Asheville 80-79 on Saturday to advance to the Big South tournament title game, where the Eagles will face Coastal Carolina on Sunday.
6:00 PM: After the Miami Marlins reportedly complained about the Boston Red Sox sending a "minor league line-up" to Thursday's spring training game, Red Sox owner John Henry tweeted: "They should apologize for their regular season lineup."
4:30 PM: The Hermantown (Minnesota) High School boys' hockey team lost to East Grand Forks 7-3 on Saturday, losing in the Class A championship game for the fifth straight season.
4:15 PM: Amy Senser, wife of former Minnesota Vikings player Joe Senser, had six months of her prison sentence for vehicular homicide transfered to a work release program. Senser was convicted in the 2011 hit & run death of Anousone Phanthavong.
4:00 PM: The Ukraine's Vitaliy Lukyanenko won the first gold medal of the Sochi Paralympics on Saturday by winning the 7.5km visually impaired biathlon. Ukraine has threatened to leave the Paralympics over Russia's occupation of the Crimea.
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