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K-HEART SPORTS - FRIDAY - 02/14/14 - MORNING EDITION

The top seeds all advanced to the semifinals of the District 12 Tournament....
    MINOT, ND - The top seeds all advanced to the semifinals of the District 12 Tournament.

DISTRICT 12 - Minot Auditorium
  First Round
    #1 Des Lacs-Burlington 90, #8 Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 27
    #4 Bishop Ryan 53, #5 Surrey 44
    #2 Our Redeemer's 75, #7 Glenburn 35
    #3 Lewis & Clark-Berthold 82, #6 Kenmare 58

  Today's schedule - HEARD ON 106.9 K-HEART
   Loser Out
    M-L-S vs Surrey, 3pm
    Glenburn vs Kenmare, 4:30pm
   Semifinal
    DLB vs Bishop Ryan, 6pm
    Our Redeemer's vs L&C-Berthold, 7:30pm

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DISTRICT 11 - Bottineau HS
 First Round
    #1 Rugby 85, #8 Bottineau 52
    #4 Dunseith 60, #5 Velva 51
    #2 Drake-Anamoose 67, #7 Sawyer 50
    #6 TGU 62, #3 Westhope-Newburg 54

  Today's schedule
   Loser Out
    Bottineau vs Velva, 3pm
    Sawyer vs Westhope-Newburg, 4:30pm
   Semifinal
    Rugby vs Dunseith, 6pm
    Drake-Anamoose vs TGU, 7:30pm

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DISTRICT 8  Rolla HS
  First Round - today
     #1 St. John (bye)
    #4 Rolette-Wolford vs. #5 Munich-Starkweather, 4:30 pm
    #2 North Star vs. #7 Langdon, 6 pm
    #3 Benson County vs. #6 Rolla, 7:30 pm

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DISTRICT 10 - Garrison HS
  First Round
    #1 Wilton-Wing (bye)
    #4 Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 53, #5 Washburn 50
    #2 Max 85, #7 Underwood 34
    #3 Garrison 68, #6 Center-Stanton 54

  Today's schedule
   Loser Out
    Center-Stanton vs Underwood, 4:30pm
   Semifinal
    Wilton-Wing vs Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky, 6pm
    Max vs Garrison, 7:30pm

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DISTRICT 15  Northern Lights (New Town)
  First Round
    #1 New Town (bye)
    #2 Watford City (bye)
    #4 Parshall 76, #5 White Shield 65
    #3 Lewis & Clark-North Shore 68, #6 Mandaree 45

  Today's schedule
   Semifinal
    New Town vs Parshall, 5:30pm
    Watford City vs L&C-North Shore, 7pm

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DISTRICT 16  Ray HS
  First Round
    #1 Tioga (bye)
    #5 Stanley 67, #4 Burke County 50
    #2 Powers Lake 80, #7 Divide County 52
    #3 Ray 72, #6 Trinity Christian-Trenton 64

  Today's schedule
   Loser Out
    Divide County vs Trinity Christian-Trenton, 4:30pm
   Semifinal
    Tioga vs Stanley, 6pm
     Powers Lake vs Ray, 7:30pm


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    MINOT, ND - Other scores from yesterday.

High School Boys Basketball
 Class A
  (4)Bismarck St Mary's 71, (2)Minot 58
     Bismarck High 70, Dickinson 36


High School Girls Basketball
 Class A
  (1)Bismarck High 79, Dickinson 42
     Minot 58, Bismarck St. Mary's 42

 Class B
  (8)Rolla 60, Rolette-Wolford 42
     St John 59, Boissevain, Manitoba 38
     Harvey-Wells County 39, Benson County 36
     Dickinson Trinity 45, Beulah 36
     Hettinger-Scranton 42, Hazen 37


High School Wrestling
 Class A
  State Dual Tournament - Bismarck
   First Round
    #1W Bismarck def. #4E Wahpeton 63-5
    #3W Turtle Mountain-Belcourt def. #2E Fargo Davies 45-32
    #1E West Fargo def. #4W Dickinson 63-9
    #2W Bismarck Century def. #3E Grand Forks Central 36-30

 Class B
  State Dual Tournament - Bismarck
   First Round
    R2#1 Carrington def. R4#2 Watford City 76-6
    R1#2 Lisbon def. R3#1 Bishop Ryan 41-26
    R1#1 South Border def. R3#2 Velva 60-21
    R2#2 Pembina County North def. R4#1 Hettinger-Scranton 46-27

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    MINOT, ND - The Boys West Region Hockey Tournament began yesterday at the All Seasons Arena here in Minot.

High School Boys Hockey
 West Region Tournament - Minot
   First Round
    #1 Bismarck 11, #8 Hazen-Beulah 1
    #4 Bottineau-Rugby 4, #5 Jamestown 1
    #2 Minot 2, #7 Mandan 0
    #3 Bismarck Century 9, #6 Dickinson 2

  Today's schedule
   Loser Out
    Beulah-Hazen vs Jamestown, 11am
    Mandan vs Dickinson, 1:30pm
   Semifinal
    Bismarck vs Bottineau-Rugby, 5pm
    Minot vs Bismarck Century, 7:30pm

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     UNDATED (AP) - The NBA All-Star break has begun following last night's wins by the Oklahoma City Thunder and Chicago Bulls.  Kevin Durant scored 19 of his game-high 43 points in the fourth quarter to rally the Thunder past the Los Angeles Lakers 107-103. Durant also had 12 rebounds and seven assists as the Thunder earned their third straight win and increased their lead in the NBA's Western Conference to four games over San Antonio.  Reggie Jackson added 16 points for Oklahoma City, which trailed by 10 before outscoring the Lakers 35-21 in the final period.
 
     The Bulls moved two games over .500 for the first time since Nov. 21 by downing the Brooklyn Nets 92-76. Joakim Noah had 14 points and 13 rebounds for his fifth straight double-double. Taj Gibson scored 16 points and Carlos Boozer added 15 after missing three games with a strained left calf.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Michigan State has regained a share of the Big Ten Conference lead by bouncing back from a loss to Wisconsin last weekend.  Adreian Payne had 20 points and 14 rebounds as the ninth-ranked Spartans beat Northwestern 85-70. Gary Harris added 14 points for Michigan State, which shot 53 percent and won easily while guard Keith Appling sat out with a wrist injury.  The Spartans are 21-4 overall and 10-2 in the conference, tied with Michigan in the Big Ten.
 
     In other Top-25 action:
 
     - Doug McDermott scored 26 points and made the go-ahead 3-pointer with 47.8 seconds left to give No. 18 Creighton a 68-63 win over Butler. The Bluejays have won five of six and 15 of 17.
 
     - Frank Kaminsky scored 17 points and fellow forward Nigel Hayes finished with 15 as No. 21 Wisconsin knocked off Minnesota 78-70. The Badgers picked up their 20th win and improved to 7-5 in the Big Ten.
 
     - The top-25 schedule was trimmed by two games. Louisville's game at Temple and SMU's contest at Rutgers were postponed. Both games have been rescheduled for Friday night.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Outfielder Michael Brantley has landed a new $25 million, four-year contract with the Cleveland Indians.  Brantley batted a team-leading .284 last season, when Cleveland ended a five-year playoff drought. He also went the entire season without an error.
 
     In other baseball news:
 
     - Seattle has signed right-handed reliever Fernando Rodney to a $14 million, two-year deal. The 36-year old was 5-4 with 37 saves and a 3.38 earned run average with Tampa Bay last season.
 
     - Former Major League manager Jim Fregosi is hospitalized in Miami after suffering an apparent stroke while on a cruise for baseball fans. Fregosi is currently an executive with the Atlanta Braves.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Men's figure skating and skiing highlight Friday's Olympic schedule.  Russian skater Evgeni Plushenko won't be part of the free program. The four-time Olympic medalist had to withdraw and later announced his retirement from competition after suffering a back injury. Plushenko has undergone 12 surgeries over the years and was injured in practice the day before the short program.
 
     The skiing schedule is featured by the men's super combined. There's also the women's 15k biathlon and the men's 15k cross-country event. Socchi also will host the women's aerials competition and men's ski-jumping on Friday.
 
     The U.S. curling teams are in action as the men take on Germany and Russia and the women' face Denmark.
 
     There's more men's hockey, including Canada against Austria as part of the four-game slate. Medals will be handed out following the last two runs of the women's skeleton after the men's competition begins.
 
     The U.S. added to its medal count by pulling off a Sochi sweep in men's slopestyle skiing on Thursday.
 
     The Americans swept the medals with Joss Christensen grabbing the gold, Gus Kenworthy the silver and Nick Goepper the bronze.
 
     The sweep is just the third for the U.S. in Winter Olympic history, joining men's figure skating in 1956 and men's halfpipe in 2002.  
 
     Conditions for the race were so warm that fellow American Bobby Brown, who finished ninth, competed his final run in short sleeves.
 
     In other Olympics news:
 
     - The U.S. men's hockey team has won its first game of the Olympic tournament, blitzing Slovakia 7-1. Colorado's Paul Stastny scored twice in a six goal second period, while L.A. Kings goalie Jonathan Quick made 22 saves.
 
     - The host Russians scored an easy 5-2 win over Slovenia in their opening game. Alex Ovechkin of the Washington Capitals had a goal and an assist.
 
     - Finland's Teemu Selanne was forced to leave his country's 8-4 win against Austria with an upper-body injury. The 43-year old Anaheim Ducks forward is the oldest player in the tournament. He's expected to be okay for the Finns second game.
 
     - American Noelle Pikus-Pace is in good position to medal in Friday's final of women's skeleton. She trailed the leader, Lizzy Yarnold of Britain, by just 0.44 seconds after the first two runs. This event marks the last time Pikus-Pace will compete before retirement.
 
     - Japan's Yuzuru Hanyu leads after the short program with a record breaking performance. He earned 101.45 points to become the first skater ever to top the 100-point mark. Canada's Patrick Chan is second and Spain's Javier Fernandez third. The leading American is Jason Brown, who finished sixth.
 
     - The U.S. now has 12 medals overall, four gold, two silver and six bronze. Norway continues to be the overall leader with 13 medals.
 




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