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Mitchell Weeks made 37 saves, Lukas Reichel had four assists and the Blackhawks beat the Wild 5-0 in the Tom Kurvers Prospect Showcase on Sunday in Chicago.

Thomas Milic stopped 36 shots for the Wild, giving up three first-period goals. Cole Guttman scored 2 minutes, 59 seconds into the game, and Ethan Del Mastro and Michal Teply also scored before the period was over.

The Wild prospects beat the Blackhawks 5-2 on Friday. Wild training camp begins Thursday.

Running Aces wraps up

Iron Sharpens Iron ended a dominant season at Running Aces on a high note, winning his ninth consecutive race Saturday during the track's Night of Champions. The Columbus harness track concluded its season with a 12-race championship card for Minnesota-sired horses.

Iron Sharpens Iron equaled his track record for 2-year-old male trotters, winning the season crown in that division in a time of 1 minute, 58.1 seconds. He became the first 2-year-old in the Minnesota-sired program to surpass $100,000 in seasonal earnings, banking $111,605 this year while winning 11 of 12 starts.

The $720,000 in total purses awarded Saturday was a Running Aces record for a single card. Total handle for the season was more than $11 million, also a track record. Luke Plano won the driving title with 105 victories, and Maria Alvarez won 50 races to earn the training championship.

MNUFC2 loses finale

MNUFC2 ended its inaugural MLS Next Pro season with a 4-1 loss to Earthquakes II on Sunday night at the National Sports Center in Blaine.

San Jose's reserve team scored in the second minute and built a 3-0 lead by the 50th minute before MLS SuperDraft first-round pick Tani Oluwaseyi scored the Loons second team's only goal, in the 57th minute.

MNUFC2 finished its first MLS Next Pro season 9-10-5 — two slots and 10 points out of the fourth and final Western Conference playoff spot.

U women's tennis strong

The Gophers women's tennis team completed the three-day Gopher Invitational at Baseline Tennis Center with a 22-0 singles record and 16-6 in doubles. The tournament also included Marquette, North Dakota, South Dakota, Northern Iowa and St. Thomas.