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Pairings are set for Class B boys district basketball tournaments in the area....
    MINOT, ND - Pairings are set for Class B boys district basketball tournaments in the area.  Each begins next Thursday, February 13th and goes through Saturday, February, 15th.

DISTRICT 12 - Minot Auditorium
   First Round - February 13th
    #1 Des Lacs-Burlington vs. #8 Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 3pm
    #4 Bishop Ryan vs. #5 Surrey, 4:30 pm
    #2 Our Redeemer's vs. #7 Glenburn, 6pm
    #3 Lewis & Clark-Berthold vs. #6 Kenmare, 7:30 pm

DISTRICT 11 - Bottineau HS
   First Round - February 13th
    #1 Rugby vs. #8 Bottineau, 3pm
    #4 Dunseith vs. #5 Velva, 4:30 pm
    #2 Drake-Anamoose vs. #7 Sawyer, 6pm
    #3 Westhope-Newburg vs. #6 TGU, 7:30 pm

DISTRICT 10 - Garrison HS
   First Round - February 13th
    #4 Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky vs. #5 Washburn
    #2 Max vs. #7 Underwood
    #3 Garrison vs. #6 Center-Stanton

   First Round - February 13th
    #4 Burke County vs. #5 Stanley
    #2 Powers Lake vs. #7 Divide County
    #3 Ray vs. #6 Trinity Christian/Trenton


    VALLEY CITY, ND - The North Dakota High School Activities Association Board of Directors has named Matt Festch as the new Executive Secretary.  Since 2010, Fetsch has served the NDHSAA as an Assistant to the Executive Secretary. He will assume the position held by Sherm Sylling, who will retire in June.
    Fetsch will become the 6th Executive Secretary in Association history. Todd Olson, Activities Director for the Fargo Public Schools and President of the Board of Directors said, "We are excited to have Matt as our new Executive Secretary. The relationships he has built around the state and his vision for the Association will serve us well into the future."
    FARGO, N.D. - North Dakota State head football coach Chris Klieman today announced the addition of 29 student-athletes to the Bison program including 19 National Letter of Intent signees, two currently enrolled students and eight preferred walk-ons.
    The recruiting class includes players from 10 states including North Dakota (6), Minnesota (8), Wisconsin (5), Nebraska (3), Missouri (2), South Dakota (1), Iowa (1), Illinois (1), Michigan (1) and Florida (1).  There are 16 players on offense and 13 on defense.
    Two student-athletes already enrolled for spring semester at NDSU are sophomore running back King Frazier, who transferred from Nebraska after two years, and freshman tight end Marcus Collins from La Follette High School in Madison, Wis.

Name     Pos.     Ht.     Wt.     Yr.     Hometown (Previous School)

Jalen Allison     CB     6-0     167     Fr.     Papillion, Neb. (Papillion-La Vista HS)
Eric Bachmeier     SS     6-2     179     Fr.     Kindred, N.D. (Kindred HS)
Luke Bacon     OL     6-5     281     Fr.     Granville, N.D. (Towner-Granville-Upham HS)
Isaac Cenescar     S     5-10     180     Fr.     Orlando, Fla. (Cypress Creek HS)
Marcus Collins     TE     6-4     210     Fr.     Madison, Wis. (La Follette HS)
Colin Conner     OL     6-5     304     Fr.     Mineral Point, Wis. (Iowa-Grant HS)
Lance Dunn     RB     5-9     200     Fr.     Waterloo, Iowa (Waterloo West HS)
Eji Ejiya     RB     6-2     189     Fr.     Blaine, Minn. (Spring Lake Park HS)
King Frazier     RB     6-0     220     So.     Greenwood, Mo. (Lee's Summit HS/Nebraska)
Khayvon Hawkins     WR     6-1     207     Fr.     Crystal, Minn. (Robbinsdale Cooper HS)
Nate Jenson     TE     6-6     229     Fr.     Waupaca, Wis. (Waupaca HS)
Stanley Jones     DE     6-4     211     Fr.     Bismarck, N.D. (Bismarck HS)
Dan Marlette     LB     6-2     194     Fr.     Sioux Falls, S.D. (Washington HS)
Greg Menard     DE     6-2     227     Fr.     Lakeville, Minn. (Lakeville North HS)
Dakota Reid     CB     5-9     175     Fr.     Chicago, Ill. (Morgan Park HS)
Darrius Shepherd     WR     5-11     181     Fr.     Blue Springs, Mo. (Blue Springs HS)
Easton Stick     QB     6-2     205     Fr.     Omaha, Neb. (Creighton Prep HS)
Christian Triplett     OL     6-4     305     Fr.     Maple Plain, Minn. (Delano HS)
RJ Urzendowski     WR     6-0     191     Fr.     Omaha, Neb. (Creighton Prep HS)
Tanner Volson     OL     6-4     268     Fr.     Balfour, N.D. (Drake-Anamoose HS)
Blake Williams     DL     6-4     248     Fr.     Washington, Mich. (Romeo HS)

Caleb Butler, DE, 6-3, 220, Fr., Blaine, Minn. (Blaine HS)
Ian Gallagher, P/K, 6-3, 175, Fr., Walworth, Wis. (Big Foot HS)
Levi Hoiby, DL, 6-4, 230, Fr., Powers Lake, N.D. (Powers Lake HS)
Levi Jordheim, LB, 6-2, 188, Fr., Dickinson, N.D. (Dickinson HS)
Isaac Lashua, TE, 6-4, 232, Fr., Iola, Wis. (Iola-Scandinavia HS)
Peder Olson, LB, 6-1, 195, Fr., Maple Grove, Minn. (Maple Grove HS)
Nathan Preston, FB, 6-2, 226, Fr., New Prague, Minn. (New Prague HS)
Aaron Steidl, DL, 6-3, 260, Fr., Alexandria, Minn. (Jefferson HS)


     KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Chiefs have signed Canadian Football League star Weston Dressler to a futures contract, hoping he can bolster a relatively weak wide receiver corps.
     The 28-year-old Dressler has spent the past six years in the CFL, where he caught 442 passes for 6,531 yards and 43 touchdowns for the Saskatchewan Roughriders. He caught 70 passes for more than 1,000 yards and nine TDs in helping the Roughriders win the Grey Cup.  The Chiefs have not announced the signing, which appeared on the NFL's transaction report.
     Dressler was a standout at North Dakota but never generated much interest from the NFL. He is listed at 5-foot-7, 179 pounds.  The Chiefs could be looking at Dressler to replace wide receiver Dexter McCluster, who is due to become a free agent.


     SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - The San Jose Sharks have acquired forward Chad Rau from the Minnesota Wild for forward Curt Gogol in a trade of minor leaguers.  San Jose general manager Doug Wilson announced the move today, ahead of the team's home game against the Dallas Stars. The Sharks had lost four of their last five.
     Rau has one goal and six assists in 33 games this season for the AHL's Iowa Wild. He has two goals in nine career NHL games for Minnesota. He will report to the Worcester affiliate.  Gogol recorded four points and 149 penalty minutes in 40 games with Worcester.  Worcester also traded right wing Riley Brace to the Iowa Wild.


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A person familiar with his decision tells The Associated Press that Vikings quarterback Matt Cassel will void the 2014 option on his contract and test the open market.
     The person spoke on condition of anonymity today because he was not authorized to discuss Cassel's decision, which leaves Christian Ponder as the Vikings' only quarterback under contract. Cassel would have made $3.7 million next season if he exercised the option by Friday.
     Cassel was waived by the Kansas City Chiefs before the season and picked up by the Vikings. He solidified the starting job the final month of the season after Ponder and Josh Freeman were hurt, throwing for 1,807 yards and 11 touchdowns in nine games and six starts.


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Timberwolves have finalized a plan to build a practice facility across the street from their arena in a vacant former movie theater.
     The Timberwolves and their sister WNBA franchise the Minnesota Lynx announced Tuesday a partnership with the Mayo Clinic, which will open a sports medicine clinic adjacent to the basketball areas. This is part of a redevelopment of the building known as Block E, a failed retail and entertainment complex that opened in 2001 but has been largely empty for years. It will be renamed Mayo Clinic Square.
     The Timberwolves and Lynx have used a cramped space in the basement of Target Center for their practice court and strength and conditioning work.  The new $20 million facility will open prior to the 2014-15 NBA season.

     NEW YORK (AP) - CBS has won bidding among broadcast networks to televise eight Thursday night NFL games next fall, and perhaps beyond that.  The NFL says that CBS and its broadcast team of Jim Nantz and Phil Simms will be in the booth for eight early-season Thursday night games simulcast on the NFL Network.
     The league's cable network will show six Thursday night games alone, produced by CBS with Nantz and Simms also in the booth.  The NFL said the contract is for one year, and the league has an option to extend it for 2015. Financial terms were not disclosed.

     SEATTLE (AP) - Tens of thousands of notoriously loud Seahawks fans are cranking up the noise, as they cheer, chant and go berserk during a parade to celebrate the franchise's first Super Bowl victory.  The parade featuring the Super Bowl champions got underway near the Space Needle.
     Revelers packed the 2-mile route. They wore blue and green wigs, waved flags, scarves and signs, and erupted into spontaneous song and dance.  The Washington National Guard is escorting many of the players in Humvees and other military vehicles.  The parade is heading to CenturyLink Field, where a ceremony will mark the team's first Lombardi Trophy in 38 seasons.

   (Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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