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OTTAWA -- Justin Bailey scored in regulation, and had the deciding goal in a shootout to lift the Kitchener Rangers to a 4-3 victory over the Ottawa 67s in Ontario Hockey League action on Sunday. Brent Pedersen and Nick Magyar also scored for Kitchener (5-11-1), and Darby Llewellyn and Max Iafrate each recorded an assist. Travis Konecny had a three-point game with a goal and two assists for the 67s (7-11-1), while Brett Gustabsen and Alex Lintuniemi had the other Ottawa goals. Phillippe Trudeau stopped 48 shots in defeat while Kitcheners Matthew Greenfield made 24 saves for the victory. --- STEELHEADS 4 STING 3 MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Sam Babintsev scored his fifth goal of the season at 13:08 of the second period to lift the Steelheads over Sarnia. Trevor Carrick, Andrew Goldberg, and Bobby MacIntyre also scored for Mississauga (12-8-1), while Jared Walsh added two assists. Craig Duininck had a goal and an assist for the Sting (5-14-1). Erik Robichaud and Nikita Korostelev rounded out the Sarnia offence. Sarnia goaltender Brodie Barrick was pulled in the second period after allowing all four goals on 20 shots. Taylor Dupuis made 22 saves in relief while the Steelheads Spencer Martin stopped 17 shots for the win. --- BATTALION 2 ATTACK 1 (SO) NORTH BAY, Ont. -- Vincent Praplan, Alex Henriksson and Barclay Goodrow all scored in the shootout as the Battalion edged Owen Sound. Goodrow had a power-play goal for North Bay (10-11-1) with less than two minutes left in the third period to force overtime. Brendan ONeill made 28 saves in regulation and overtime to earn the win. Kyle Hope gave the Attack (9-9-3) a 1-0 lead in the second period. Jack Flinn stopped 36 shots in net. --- KNIGHTS 3 SPITFIRES 1 WINDSOR, Ont. -- Tim Bender scored the eventual winner at 15:10 of the third period and Anthony Stolarz made 34 saves as London edged the Spitfires. Kyle Platzer also scored for London (12-5-2) and Brett Welychka sealed the victory on an empty-net goal with two seconds left in the game. Bo Horvat chipped in with two assists. Brady Vail had the lone goal for Windsor (11-7-0) in a game that was scoreless until the third period. Spitfires goalie Dalen Kuchmey stopped 33 shots in defeat. nfl jerseys china . -- Kyle Blanks homered in his home debut at the Coliseum and Derek Norris capped Oaklands five-homer day with a grand slam and the Athletics snapped a season-long four-game losing streak with a 10-0 win over the Detroit Tigers on Monday. wholesale jerseys . 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Hudson pitched into the eighth inning after having eight days between starts, and the San Francisco Giants beat the Miami Marlins 5-3 on Saturday night. GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- No. 3 Florida has won with defence most of the season. The Gators showed Saturday they can pull out games on the other end of the court, too. Scottie Wilbekin scored 16 points, leading all five starters in double figures, and Florida beat Alabama 78-69 for its 15th straight victory. The Gators handled the Tide for the second time in 16 days and extended a school record for consecutive home wins to 29. "If you play defence the way we did tonight, youre not going to win," coach Billy Donovan said. "Thank God we had some offence today that helped us." Florida (21-2, 10-0 Southeastern Conference) shot a blistering 62 per cent from the field and finished with a season-high 22 assists. The Gators trailed by seven late in the first half before taking over the game in the paint and in transition. That opened things up on the perimeter for Wilbekin and Michael Frazier II. Wilbekin was 3-for-5 shooting from behind the arc, making all three in the second half. Frazier was 3 for 8 from the 3-point range. Frazier finished with 14 points, joining Wilbekin, Casey Prather (15), Will Yeguete (12) and Patric Young (11) in double figures. It was the first time all five of Floridas starters topped 10 points since Nov. 21 against Middle Tennessee. "We have a balanced team, and anyone can beat you on any given night," Prather said. Prather, the teams leading scorer, failed to reach double figures the last two games while dealing with a sprained left ankle. He returned to form against Alabama even though Donovan wasnt sure he would play a few hours before the tip. Donovan gave Prather the option of playing or resting, and he chose to give it a go. "Its got nothing to do with him not being a tough kid or he cant play through pain," Donovan said. "It gets more into the fact that he doesnt feel confidence-wise that hes capable of doing the things he knows he can do. When he gets to that place, he really gets mentally taken out because he knows he cant do certain things. "When he knows he can do things physically, it adds to his confidence.dddddddddddd When he cant move like he wants to move, I think he knows hes putting our team in jeopardy, and that eats him alive and kills him." Trevor Releford led the Tide (9-14, 3-7) with 25 points on 7-for-10 shooting. He was 4 for 6 from behind the 3-point line and perfect on seven free throws. Releford scored 16 points in the first half, carrying Alabama for much of the afternoon. His 3-pointer put the Tide up 28-21, silencing the sold-out OConnell Center. Alabama shot 61 per cent in the opening half and went 5 for 7 from behind the arc, giving the defensive-minded Donovan plenty to talk about at halftime. The Gators responded with an effective press, made 3-pointers and a heavy dose of post play that seemingly wore down the Tide. "Theyre at their best when theyre in transition," Tide coach Anthony Grant said. "From an offensive standpoint, they took us out of some things that we were able to get there in the first half." Florida went on a 25-8 run that turned a deficit into a double-digit lead. The Tide ended up losing its four straight and sixth in the last seven games. "This program cant do anything but go up," Releford said. "Its just a process. Right now were losing a game, but I feel as a team were getting better and Coach is helping us with that." Chris Walker, Floridas highly touted freshman who became eligible this week, played just 4 minutes in his second collegiate game. He finished with four points, two fouls and a rebound. Donovan said he hopes to get Walker more playing time. For as dominant as Florida has been recently, the teams toughest test comes next week. The Gators play at Tennessee on Tuesday night and then at No. 18 Kentucky on Saturday. Those games could go a long way to determining how Florida finishes in the conference and what kind of seed it gets in next months NCAA tournament. "I dont think we played great," Yeguete said. "We got it done, but we didnt play great. We know weve got to do a better job if we want to win in Knoxville on Tuesday." ' ' '