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Cameron Yoe senior receiver Aaron Sims caught six passes, three of them for touchdowns, as the Yoemen won the 3A Division I state championship Thursday with a 70-40 victory over Mineola at AT&T Stadium.
Sims, the offensive MVP of the game with 153 receiving yards, was set up by senior quarterback Reid Nickerson, who threw for 311 yards and five touchdowns.
The Yellow Jacket special teams created one more score for the Yoemen on a fumbled kick return early in the third quarter that set up a 19-yard touchdown run by Smith, his longest run of the night.
Jake Muzzin scored the tiebreaking power-play goal with 11:02 to play, Marian Gaborik had two goals and two assists, and the Los Angeles Kings rallied from an early three-goal deficit for a 6-4 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Thursday night.
Anze Kopitar and Jeff Carter each had a goal and three assists as the defending Stanley Cup champions avenged a loss in St.
Stephen Curry had 34 points and nine assists, and the Golden State Warriors rallied from an early 17-point deficit to beat Oklahoma City 114-109 on Thursday night after Thunder star Kevin Durant left with a sprained right ankle.
The Thunder said Durant had a mild ankle sprain, and the NBA MVP did not return.
Oklahoma City had won seven straight games, which was the longest active streak in the league after Memphis snapped Golden State's 16-game winning streak Tuesday night.
Curry added seven rebounds, and Klay Thompson scored 19 points for the Warriors, who played without injured center Andrew Bogut (right knee) and forward David Lee (left hamstring) again.
Westbrook and Curry traded go-ahead shots in the final minutes until the Warriors put together the deciding run.
Curry hit a pull-up jumper, Draymond Green followed with a putback and Curry connected on a short running shot to give Golden State a 110-105 lead with 1:39 remaining.
It would be difficult to find two schools with more differing pedigrees heading into a championship match than Penn State and Brigham Young.
BYU beat Texas 25-23, 25-16, 17-25, 26-24 in the early match Thursday to become just the third unseeded team to reach the finals since the first tournament in 1981.
The Cougars (30-4) hadn't been to the semifinals since 1993, and they advanced to the final for the first time.
BYU expected to beat Texas, even though the Longhorns were playing in the national semifinals for the sixth time in seven years.
Penn State coach Russ Rose is impressed with BYU's path to the final.
In the late match, Megan Courtney had 23 kills, Micha Hancock had 55 set assists and Ali Frantti had 16 kills for the Nittany Lions.