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Brady’s stolen Super Bowl jersey found in Mexico

BOSTON, Mass. — Tom Brady's stolen jersey from this year's Super Bowl has been recovered after being found in the possession of an unidentified member of the international media, according to the NFL.

Prep baseball preview: Swinging for the fences | NCW teams ready for another season on the diamond

A long winter has slowed the start of the baseball season considerably, but that has done little to dampen the optimism around the diamonds of North Central Washington, even if most teams haven’t been able to actually get out on those diamonds often. And — despite many groups being forced to spend the first few weeks of their seasons inside — there’s good reason for that optimism.

Wisconsin stuns top-seeded Villanova

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Nigel Hayes scored 19 points and made the winning layup with 11.4 seconds remaining as No. 8 seed Wisconsin upset top-seeded Villanova 65-62 on Saturday in an NCAA Tournament second-round game at KeyBank Center.

Butler gets another Sweet 16

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Kelan Martin scored 19 points and Andrew Chrabascz added 15 as Butler won a second-round game at Bradley Center and advanced to the Sweet 16.

Xavier embarrasses Florida State

ORLANDO, Fla. — Xavier used a harassing zone defense to stifle Florida State on one end of the floor and rode a balanced scoring attack to put the Seminoles away on the other end.

Mountaineers best Irish, earn meeting with Zags

BUFFALO, N.Y. — No. 4 West Virginia dictated tempo with its full-court pressure defense and was efficient at the offensive end in defeating fifth-seeded Notre Dame in a second-round game at KeyBank Center.

Gonzaga women lose in first round of NCAAs

SEATTLE — Vionise Pierre-Louis and Peyton Little scored in double digits to lead sixth-seeded Oklahoma to a 75-62 win over Gonzaga in a first-round NCAA women’s tournament game Saturday afternoon at Alaska Airlines Arena.