Valencia, Athletic Club, Real Sociedad and Villarreal fulfilled the pass to the round of 16 of the Copa del Rey, where the Bilbaons were spared the elimination in penalties against Elche, while Tenerife was charged (2-1) to Valladolid and Badalona forced Granada to fall into extra time.The ‘che’, current champion, made his debut in the ‘K.O.’ tournament with a victory by the minimum in Las Gaunas (0-1). The career of Ferran and his center measured a Maxi Gomez only in a small area at 15 minutes sent on the scoreboard until the end. The Logroñés finished better the first half, with a ball to the crossbar and a lot of danger carried by Rayco and Ñoño.In the resumption the Logroñés, a brave Second B team in his idea and electric in his attacks, was also better. Valencia tried to calm the game and finished the game better, with occasions again from Maxi and Ferran to not have released with suspense. Much more he had to suffer an Athletic who was out in the penalty shootout when he failed two of the first three pitches.The Basques seemed to put the direct at five minutes with a goal to the career of Iñaki Williams, a pass from Iñigo Martínez. Before the break, Chaves tied with a comfortable shot in a small area and after a good overflow play by Josan. Athletic tightened with the changes of Muniain and Yuri, although without generating danger. Photo: EFE Tenerife eliminates Valladolid and Granada passes with extra time in Badalona The extension did not change the tie either and on penalties it was touched by Elche with the first pitches. The stops of San Román to Raúl García and Unai López knew to the round of 16 in Martínez Valero, but Yazine, Iván Sánchez and Tekio, in the fourteenth penalty, failed to resurrect Gaizka Garitano’s team.Granada had another ration of suffering in this Cup, with a victory in extra time in Badalona. In the middle of the storm that resists leaving the area was a header from Gonalons in the 102nd minute, to the first post of a corner kick, and another goal by Carlos Fernádez in 110 ‘those who gave the pass to Granada. The Andalusians also started well with a goal from Koybasi in two minutes. Robusté tied for the Second B team and extended the Catalan dream until he gave them gasoline.Tenerife is ‘loaded’ to ValladolidIn addition, the Real won (2-0) to Espanyol in a duel controlled by the Basques. Barrenetxea made the 1-0 in a good play as the closing of the first half. The great mood of the picture ‘perico’, which finds life in league with the arrival of Abelardo, did not shine in Copa and Isak doubled the Basque income half an hour from the end. Wu Lei was able to cut in the first and clearest of the visitors, but did not change the triumph of those of Imanol Sheriff.Villarreal also thrashed (3-0) a Girona that accused more than eleven of changes, especially without Stuani, his best weapon in attack. The ‘submarine’ emerged in the second half of a Montilivi also shaken by the storm, where all the goals of Funes Mori, Cazorla and a Samu Chukwueze arrived in the center of the change and signed one of the goals of the tournament.In addition, Valladolid was the only First to fall on Wednesday, to join Mallorca on Tuesday, Alavés and Getafe between the two previous rounds, during his visit to Heliodoro Rodríguez López Stadium. El Pucela gave away the first part but in the second he started punishing with one of Las Palmas as Sandro. Joselu tied for the locals and Daniel Gómez classified Tenerife as a penalty committed by Diego Alende on Dani himself.
Following Sunday’s game, the Bulldogs return to the Knapp Center where they are 12-2 this year to host Indiana State in the final regular-season home game of the year. The game will also serve as the program’s annual ‘Senior Day’ to honor the program’s three seniors. Print Friendly Version CBS SN The Drake University men’s basketball team takes one of its best seasons in program history and a share of the Missouri Valley Conference lead to Illinois State this weekend to wrap up the season series with the Redbirds. Tipoff is set for 1 p.m. before a national television audience on CBS Sports Network. Live Stats Story Links Live Audio Senior sharpshooter Brady Ellingson has led the Bulldogs as of late by averaging more than 18 points per game in the last three outings while continuing to rank among the top five nationally in three-point accuracy at 47.7 percent this season. He has been even more effective in league play, converting on 54 percent of his shots from long range. If the season ended today, that percentage would rank as the seventh best in the history of the MVC. Earlier this season, the Redbirds clipped the Bulldogs in Des Moines, 69-55, to snap a four-game Drake win streak. However, the Redbirds have fallen on hard times since then in dropping five straight games ahead of Saturday’s contest. Drake Game Notes The Bulldogs have won four-straight games and five of their six games in February to stand at 21-7 overall and 10-5 in league play after defeating Bradley, 77-68, Tuesday evening. Drake’s 20-win season is the sixth in program history, the first since 2007-08 and second since 1970-71. Additionally, the Bulldogs have secured back-to-back winning MVC seasons for the first time since 1971.