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For the first time in three years DLB defeated L&C-Berthold in the District 12 title game....
    MINOT, ND - For the first time in three years DLB defeated L&C-Berthold in the District 12 title game.

High School Boys Basketball
 Class B

DISTRICT 12 - Minot Auditorium
   Region Qualifier
     Our Redeemer's 63, Surrey 56
     Bishop Ryan 56, Kenmare 46
   Championship
  (7)Des Lacs-Burlington 75, (10)Lewis & Clark-Berthold 59

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DISTRICT 11 - Bottineau HS
   Region Qualifier
     Drake-Anamoose 83, Bottineau 57
     Dunseith 54, Westhope-Newburg 46
 Championship
  (1)Rugby 69, Towner-Granville-Upham 47

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DISTRICT 8  Rolla HS
   Loser Out
     Rolla 55, Langdon 40
   Semifinal
     Rolette-Wolford 78, St. John 77
     North Star 63, Benson County 48

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DISTRICT 10 - Garrison HS
   Region Qualifier
     Max 55, Washburn 50
     Center-Stanton 53, Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 46
   Championship
     Garrison 49, Wilton-Wing 46, OT

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DISTRICT 15  Northern Lights (New Town)
   Region Qualifier
     Lewis & Clark-North Shore 50, White Shield 36
     Parshall 83, Mandaree 58
   Championship
     New Town 60, Watford City 54

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DISTRICT 16  Ray HS
   Region Qualifier
     Ray 59, Burke County 37
     Stanley 55, Divide County 46
   Championship
     Tioga 59, Powers Lake 31


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    MINOT, ND - Other basketball results:

High School Boys Basketball
 Class A
  (1)Bismarck Century 71, Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 49
  (2)Minot 76, Mandan 61
  (4)Bismarck St. Mary's 73, Williston 57
     Dickinson 76, Jamestown 66


High School Girls Basketball
 Class A
  (4)Bismarck Century 62, Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 56
     Jamestown 66, Dickinson 51
     Williston 61, Bismarck St. Mary's 50

 Class B
     New Town 60, (6)Lakota-Edmore 52
     Hazen 54, Bowman County 39


High School Girls Hockey
    Minot 4, Fargo North 4-0
    Bismarck 5, Grand Forks 5-2
    Mandan 1, Fargo South 0
    West Fargo 9, Williston 1
    Jamestown 7, Dickinson 2


High School Wrestling
 Class A
  State Tournament - Bismarck
Team Scores: 1. Bismarck 254.0; 2. West Fargo 252.0; 3. TMCHS-Belcourt 131.0; 4. Fargo Davies 110.5; 5. Century 109.5; 6. Dickinson 98.0; 7. Valley City 86.0; 8. GF Central 80.0; 9. St. Mary's 77.0; 10. Mandan 75.0; 11. Fargo North 74.5; 12. Wahpeton 68.0; 13. Jamestown 67.0; 14. Minot 50.0; 15. Fargo South 49.5; 16. Devils Lake 48.0; 17. GF Red River 42.5; 18. Williston 34.0

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7th Place: #7 Matthew Leier, Unat.-Minot def. Josiah Crump, Valley City TF 15-0
5th Place: #6 Austin Luther, Williston def. #8 Keenan Morris, Fargo Davies Dec 10-4
3rd Place: #3 Ryan Zachmeier, Mandan def. #4 Brody Armstrong, Minot Dec 5-0
Championship: #2 Dillon Spaulding, Bismarck def. #1 Jared Franek, West Fargo Dec 4-3

113
7th Place: #8 Gavin Lenoue, Wahpeton def. Patrick Ferrell, Williston Major Dec 14-6
5th Place: #3 Jaksen Perrin, Unat.-Bismarck def. #6 Jonathan Fraase, Fargo South Dec 7-0
3rd Place: #5 Tyler Keener, GF Central def. #4 Caden Haugen, Dickinson Dec 7-0
Championship: #1 Nathan Humann, Century def. #2 Taylor Nein, Bismarck Dec 6-4

120
7th Place: #6 Dawson Zerr, GF Red River def. #8 Bailey Lang, Fargo Davies Dec 2-1
5th Place: #3 Christopher Longie, TMCHS-Belcourt def. Jacob Franek, West Fargo SV-1 4-2
3rd Place: #5 Jaret Lee, Unat.-Dickinson def. #4 Clay Roberts, Century PIN 3:17
Championship: #1 Kael Knowlen, Bismarck def. #2 Austin Hutzenbilder, Dickinson Dec 8-4

126
7th Place: #6 Brandon Hanson, GF Central def. Brian Rodriguez, Unat.-Dickinson PIN 4:41
5th Place: #7 Alex Hoffman, Bismarck def. #5 Jacob Berg, Wahpeton UTB 5-3
3rd Place: #1 Sean Murphy, GF Red River def. #2 Reed Cronin, West Fargo Dec 3-0
Championship: #3 Tate Barnhardt, St. Mary's def. #4 Devin Berger, Dickinson Dec 5-0

132
7th Place: #8 Rashidi Kikopa, Fargo South def. Ethan Benham, Minot Dec 8-2
5th Place: #4 Jakob Ashline, Valley City def. #7 Jesus Flores, GF Central PIN 2:10
3rd Place: #3 Grant Laducker, TMCHS-Belcout def. #5 Brandon Zachmeier, Mandan Major Dec 14-4
Championship: #1 Jordan Shearer, West Fargo def. #2 Lane Kaseman, Bismarck Major Dec 13-2

138
7th Place: #7 Malek Larimer, GF Red River def. Michael Cherwinski, Dickinson Dec 6-4
5th Place: #6 Christian Ramberg, West Fargo def. #8 Creighton Rudoph, Minot Dec 10-4
3rd Place: #2 Tanner Crissler, TMCHS-Belcourt def. #4 Paxton Mewes, Jamestown INJURY 2:21
Championship: #1 Curt Zachmeier, Mandan def. #3 Hunter Eckert, Century Dec 3-1

145
7th Place: #6 Bryce Burnside, Fargo Davies def. #5 Brandon Domagala, Century PIN 2:59
5th Place: #7 Augustus Siaway, Fargo South def. #8 Garrett Litzinger, GF Central Dec 3-1
3rd Place: #1 Dane Fischer, St. Mary's def. #2 Anjelo Shepherd, West Fargo Dec 7-2
Championship: #3 Adam Blees, Bismarck def. #4 Austin Schall, Devils Lake Dec 3-2

152
7th Place: #7 Dale Spilman, Mandan def. Rowan Horswill, Williston Dec 3-1
5th Place: #5 Spencer Oen, GF Central def. #8 Clayton Tangen, Dickinson Major Dec 11-2
3rd Place: #2 Wyatt Meyer, Wahpeton def. #6 Eugene Fleetwood Jr., TMCHS-Belcourt Dec 5-0
Championship: #1 Ricky Galindo, Bismarck def. #3 Jesse Shearer, West Fargo Dec 11-5

160
7th Place: #6 Samuel Ravnass, Mandan def. #8 Blake Brandon, GF Central Dec 3-2
5th Place: #4 Mark Miller, Valley City def. #7 Matt Elder, Century Dec 11-6
3rd Place: #3 Geraldo Fox, TMCHS-Belcourt def. #5 Caleb Worral, Fargo North Dec 8-2
Championship: #1 Ryan Blees, Bismarck def. #2 Weston Dobler, West Fargo Med. Forfeit

170
7th Place: #8 Jake Sanders, Bismarck def. #7 Rafael Lopez, Dickinson PIN 4:27
5th Place: #5 Caleb Ellingson, Jamestown def. Logan Rohde, Fargo South Dec 5-0
3rd Place: #3 Hunter Babeck, Century def. #4 Kameron McNary, Wahpeton Dec 5-3
Championship: #2 Cole Alexander, Fargo Davies def. #1 Kollin Kragnes, West Fargo Dec 5-3

182
7th Place: #7 Dustin Lindgren, Unat.-Valley City def. Parker Brekhus, Fargo South Dec 8-2
5th Place: #5 Brandon Rodriguez, TMCHS-Belcourt def. Nathan Aamold, Fargo North PIN 4:05
3rd Place: #3 Kyle Terrill, GF Central def. #6 Josh Brilz, Bismarck Dec 3-1
Championship: #1 Zach Doty, Valley City def. #2 Kyle Kragnes, West Fargo Dec 3-2

195
7th Place: #6 Jesse Rodriguez, TMCHS-Belcourt def. Hunter McCall, Wahpeton SV-1 4-2
5th Place: #7 Gavin Rook, Fargo North def. #8 Tommy Sease, Bismarck Dec 8-3
3rd Place: #4 Nick Kjera, Fargo Davies def. #3 Trace Moravec, Century Dec 5-3
Championship: #1 Eathan Gumke, Jamestown def. #2 Tanner Kuznia, West Fargo Dec 3-0

220
7th Place: #8 Colt Goulet, GF Red River def. Austin Braunagel, St. Mary's PIN 2:36
5th Place: #5 Adalberto Rodriguez, West Fargo def. Kyle Anderson, Jamestown PIN 1:36
3rd Place: #3 Jordan Magnuson, Valley City def. Willie Sam, Bismarck Dec 1-0
Championship: #4 Olaf Hanson, Fargo North def. #2 Waylon DeCouteau, TMCHS-Belcourt Dec 9-6

285
7th Place: #6 Chris Sickler, Dickinson def. #8 Tyson Keplin, TMCHS-Belcourt PIN 1:07
5th Place: #3 Tristan Hall, Bismarck def. #7 Isaiah Crowe, Minot Dec 3-2
3rd Place: #5 Kamron Matejcek, Devils Lake def. #4 Jackson Grad, St. Mary's PIN 2:06
Championship: #1 Hunter Swensen, Fargo Davies def. #2 Brandon Metz, West Fargo PIN 0:52


Class B

Team Scores: 1. South Border 182.0; 2. Carrington 172.5; 3. Lisbon 160.5; 4. Pembina County North 150.0; 5. Oakes 144.5; 6. Napoleon 119.5; 7. Hettinger-Scranton 96.0; 8. Central Cass 90.5; 9. Linton-HMB 88.0; 10. Hillsboro-Central Valley 77.0; 11. Bishop Ryan 75.0; 12. Beulah-Hazen 73.0; 13. Des Lacs-Burlington 42.0; 14. Bowman County 33.5; 15. Grafton 32.5; 16. Killdeer 28.0; 17. Stanley-Powers Lake 27.0; 18. Watford City 25.5; 19. Kindred 22.5; 20. Larimore & Northern Lights 21.0; 22. Harvey-Wells County 20.5; 23. Velva 19.0; 24. New Town 15.0; 25. May-Port-CG; New Salem-Almont & Standing Rock 14.0; 28. Kenmare-Bowbells 12.0; 29. LaMoure 6.0; 30. Ellendale-EK; Mon-Dak & Rugby 1.0

106
7th Place: #2 Andrew Jahnke, Central Cass def. #8 Braydin Jangula, Napoleon Major Dec 8-0
5th Place: #7 Kyle Burwick, Hettinger-Scranton def. #5 Spencer Sweeney, Larimore Dec 2-0
3rd Place: #4 Jeremy Leintz, Beulah-Hazen def. #3 Brandon Oien, Linton-HMB Dec 1-0
Championship: #6 Ethan Elijah, Lisbon def. #1 Tyler Toepke-Floyd, South Border PIN 1:43

113
7th Place: #6 Wyatt Nagel, Linton-HMB def. #8 Tyler Longland, Bowman County Dec 8-1
5th Place: #5 Brock Aberle, Lisbon def. #4 Wyatt Ledoux, Bishop Ryan PIN 1:39
3rd Place: #2 Mathew Neumiller, Carrington def. #7 Cale Schalesky, Hettinger-Scranton PIN 2:14
Championship: #1 Austin Rust, Central Cass def. #3 Brett Verville, Pembina County North Dec 9-4

120
7th Place: #7 Kole Johnson, Des Lacs-Burlington def. #8 Mathew Carlson, Bowman County Dec 4-0
5th Place: #6 Michael Zink, Kindred def. #4 Aaron Sandy, Velva SV-1 11-9
3rd Place: #5 Jade Hepper, Watford City def. #3 Bryce Carr, Carrington Dec 8-5
Championship: #1 Bradyn Horgan, Pembina County North def. #2 Josh Schlosser, Linton-HMB Major Dec 12-2

126
7th Place: #7 Lane Berg, Central Cass def. Raphael Schill, Pembina County North Dec 8-4
5th Place: #6 Cole Peterson, Des Lacs-Burlington def. #4 Grant Johnson, Lisbon SV-1 2-0
3rd Place: #2 Joe Bakke, Carrington def. #5 Rylan Jacob, Linton-HMB PIN 3:37
Championship: #3 Luke Hastings, Hillsboro-CV def. #1 Andy Nolz, South Border PIN 2:40

132
7th Place: #7 Joshua Snyder, Beulah-Hazen def. #8 Jeseb Mogen, Central Cass Dec 13-8
5th Place: #5 Tanner Rohde, Killdeer def. #6 Brenden Harrison, Standing Rock Dec 9-8
3rd Place: #3 Kyle Moch, Linton-HMB def. #4 Chaz Bauer, Carrington SV-1 4-2
Championship: #1 Erik Loepp, Oakes def. #2 Carson Koble, Harvey-Wells County Dec 9-6

138
7th Place: #7 Tanner Thompson, Kindred def. Nathan Volk, Central Cass Dec 9-3
5th Place: #6 Kaleb Sell, Oakes def. #5 Trevor Abrahamson, Hettinger-Scranton PIN 1:58
3rd Place: #2 Jonathan Grunefelder, Napoleon def. #4 Cullen Seeger, New Salem-Almont UTB
Championship: #3 Justin Thomas, Des Lacs-Burlington def. #1 Patrick Freeman, Carrington SV-1 3-1

145
7th Place: #7 Derek Tabor, Killdeer def. #8 Blake Kaercher, Pembina County North Dec 9-2
5th Place: #4 Dalton Janugula, Napoleon def. #6 Keaton Merck, Bishop Ryan Dec 9-4
3rd Place: # Christian Hughes, Hettinger-Scranton def. #5 Joel Weber, South Border Dec 9-4
Championship: #1 Jaron Lunday, Grafton def. #2 Walker Carr, Carrington Dec 5-3

152
7th Place: #7 Jeff Gailfus, Northern Lights def. Reid Myers, Kindred Dec 8-1
5th Place: #4 Troy Steele, Bowman County def. #3 Billy Holtan, Carrington Dec 2-1
3rd Place: #6 Nash Bettenhausen, South Border def. #5 Chandler Meiers, Stanley-PL Dec 8-6
Championship: #2 Kyle Schultz, Central Cass def. #1 Trenten Jangula, Napoleon Dec 4-0

160
7th Place: Brett Lyman, Carrington def. #5 Austin Becker, Napoleon INJURY 0:00
5th Place: #8 Mason Brudevold, Velva def. #7 Alex Giese, Kenmare-Bowbells SV-1 10-8
3rd Place: # Jordan Bolstad, Hillsboro-CV def. #4 Scott Ketterling, Oakes PIN 2:43
Championship: #1 Dylan Urbach, Lisbon def. #2 Brayden Kuntz, South Border Dec 6-1

170
7th Place: Tanner Langan, Northern Lights def. Logan Elliott, May-Port-CG PIN 1:50
5th Place: Justice Roundy, Beulah-Hazen def. #7 Jordan Gross, Linton-HMB Dec 4-2
3rd Place: #3 Jesse Schuman, Pembina County North def. #4 Bridger Anderson, Carrington Dec 2-1
Championship: #2 Joe Nelson, Lisbon def. #1 Cole Ehrlin, Oakes Major Dec 15-4

182
7th Place: #6 Denby Lueck, Hettinger-Scranton def. #8 Dakota Radcliffe, Central Cass Dec 5-2
5th Place: #2 Riley Lura, Carrington def. #7 Jordan Will, Bishop Ryan PIN 1:55
3rd Place: #4 Soren McDaniel, Lisbon def. #5 Jed Bopp, Oakes Dec 3-1
Championship: #1 Mathew Gross, Napoleon def. #3 Trevor Meidinger, South Border Major Dec 11-3

195
7th Place: #8 Josh Voigt, LaMoure def. Jaden Lemar, Central Cass Dec 3-0
5th Place: #6 Colby Steeke, Hettinger-Scranton def. #3 Wyatt Schultz, Hillsboro-CV Dec 2-0
3rd Place: #5 Michael Lafferty, Pembina County North def. #4 Evan Mellmer, Beulah-Hazen SV-1 6-4
Championship: #1 Nicholas Becker, Napoleon def. #2 Tucker Meidinger, South Border Dec 5-2

220
7th Place: Tyler Allers, Bishop Ryan def. #4 Josh Gapp, May-Port-CG Med. Forfeit
5th Place: #5 Isaac Ripplinger, Beulah-Hazen def. Rode Vocu, New Town INJURY 0:00
3rd Place: #2 Jeffery Stith, Pembina County North def. #6 Cole Kelly, Oakes Dec 7-2
Championship: #3 Wyatt Smith, Lisbon def. #1 James Thielges, South Border SV-1 3-1

285
7th Place: #8 Dylan Claus, Lisbon def. Denzel Sanders, Beulah-Hazen DQ
5th Place: #4 Richard Rico, South Border def. #5 Brady Siebels, Hillsboro-CV PIN 4:54
3rd Place: #2 Mason Kramer, Bishop Ryan def. #6 Brandon Ehlers, Hettinger-Scranton Dec 4-0
Championship: #1 Michael Kelly, Oakes def. #3 Tyson Lafferty, Pembina County North PIN 2:28


College Mens Basketball
    Southwest Minnesota State 75 Minot State 72
    University of Sioux Falls 79, University of Mary 71


College Womens Basketball
    Minot State 76, Southwest Minnesota State 66
    University of Mary 78, University of Sioux Falls 75

    
NAHL Hockey
    Aberdeen 3, Minot Minotauros 2
    Wilderness 2, Bismarck Bobcats 1

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    MINOT, ND - The Boys West Region Hockey Tournament enters its final day at the All Seasons Arena here in Minot.

High School Boys Hockey
 West Region Tournament - Minot
   State Qualifier
    Mandan 5, Bottineau-Rugby 4
    Bismarck Century 3, Jamestown 2
   Championship
    Bismarck 5, Minot 2
 
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     GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota scored four goals in each of the first two periods and coasted to a record-setting win over Miami (Ohio) Saturday in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference.
 
     UND (16-9-3, 11-7-0) won for the 11th time in 14 games despite having two goals by Mark MacMillan waved off in the first eight minutes. The nine goals are the most ever scored by an NCHC team.
 
     Rocco Grimaldi scored a goal and assisted on three others. Nick Mattson had two goals and an assist and
 
     UND took 31 shots on goal. Ryan McKay started in nets for the RedHawks, but was replaced by Jay Williams early in the first period. Williams was replaced by McKay in the second. The two goalies combined to make 22 saves.
 
     UND goalie Zane Gothberg made 27 saves in his return. He missed the last five games to an injury.
 
     North Dakota set season highs for margin of victory, most goals in a game, and most goals in the first and second periods.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The top-ranked Syracuse has capped a week of close calls by pulling out a win over North Carolina State to remain one of two unbeaten teams in men's college basketball.  C.J. Fair's winning layup with 6.7 seconds left gave Syracuse a 56-55 win over the Wolf Pack. Rakeem Christmas had a steal to set up Fair and help the Orange improve to 25-0 overall, 12-0 in the ACC.
 
     Christmas had 14 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks as Syracuse earned its 10th single-digit win despite shooting 35.2 percent. Jerami Grant had 12 points and 14 rebounds, while Fair scored 11 points on 5-of-16 shooting.  The outcome comes three days after Syracuse needed a 3-pointer by Tyler Ennis at the buzzer to beat Pittsburgh 58-56.
 
     In other top-25 action on Saturday:  
 
     - Scottie Wilbekin scored 23 points and third-ranked Florida claimed its 17th consecutive win by defeating No. 14 Kentucky 69-59. Wilbekin hit five free throws down the stretch after the Gators fell behind 45-38 with 11:12 remaining. Casey Prather scored 24 points on 8-of-9 shooting.
 
     - Winston Shepard scored 14 of his 16 points in the final 7:14 to lead No. 5 San Diego State over Air Force 64-56. Xavier Thames and Dwayne Polee II each scored 13 points to help the Aztecs bounce back from their first loss since mid-November.
 
     - Perry Ellis scored a career-high 32 points and finished with eight rebounds and five assists as seventh-ranked Kansas ripped TCU 95-65. Andrew Wiggins added 17 points for the Jayhawks, who led just 47-40 before opening the second half on a 13-1 run.
 
     - Eighth-ranked Duke picked up its 30th consecutive home win by holding off Maryland 69-67. Jabari Parker had 23 points, grabbed eight rebounds and delivered a dunk that put the Blue Devils ahead 68-67 with 1:19 remaining.
 
     - Sean Kilpatrick scored 28 points and 10th-ranked Cincinnati improved to 12-1 in the American Athletic Conference by downing Houston 73-62. Justin Jackson scored all 13 of his points in the second half for the Bearcats, who were playing their first game since having a 15-game winning streak snapped with a 76-55 loss at SMU last Saturday.
 
     - DeAndre Kane had 17 points with nine assists to lead No. 11 Iowa state over Texas Tech 70-64. The Cyclones hung on for the win after blowing an 18-point lead in the second half.
 
     - No. 12 Saint Louis has a 17-game winning streak after Dwayne Evans contributed 21 points and 10 rebounds of in a 64-62 squeaker over VCU. Jordair Jett and Rob Loe had 14 points apiece for the Billikens, who blew a 12-point lead before improving to 10-0 in the Atlantic 10.
 
     - Melsahn Basabe scored 16 points and No. 16 Iowa earned its third straight road win by knocking off Penn State 82-70. Roy Devyn Marble added 15 and Aaron White had 14 as the Hawkeyes upped their record to 19-6.
 
     - Joe Harris scored 16 points, including a critical 3-pointer with about three minutes left to carry 17th-ranked Virginia last Clemson 63-58. The Cavaliers are 12-1 in the ACC and have their first nine-game conference winning streak in 32 years.
 
     - No. 19 Texas was an 88-71 winner over West Virginia behind 18 points from Javan Felix. Cameron Ridley chipped in 17 points to the Longhorns' 20th win.
 
     - No. 24 Connecticut beat No. 20 Memphis, 86-81 in overtime as Shabazz Napier scored a career-high 34 points to help the Huskies sweep the season series. Ryan Boatright added 21 points for UConn, which is 20-5 and 8-4 in the American Athletic Conference.
 
     - Aaron Craft scored 14 points and 22nd-rated Ohio State held Illinois to 28.3 percent shooting in a 48-39 win over the Illini. LaQuinton Ross added nine points for Ohio State, which picked up its 20th win despite trailing 23-20 at halftime.
 
     - James Michael McAdoo had 24 points and 12 rebounds to help North Carolina beat No. 25 Pittsburgh 75-71 for its season-high sixth straight victory. Marcus Paige added 18 points for the 17-7 Tar Heels.
 
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     NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The Eastern Conference trio of Toronto's Terrence Ross, Indiana's Paul George and Washington's John Wall won the NBA All-Star Saturday night slam dunk contest.
 
     Wall capped the triumph by leaping over a Wizards mascot while grabbing the ball from in front of the mascot's head, then throwing down a double-pump, reverse, two-handed jam. Wall was named "dunker of the night."
 
     Also on Saturday, San Antonio's Marco Belinelli needed overtime to win the three-point challenge. Belinelli beat Washington's Bradley Beal 24-18 in the extra round after each scored 19 points in the final.
 
     Portland's Damian Lillard is a skills challenge champion for a second straight year. The team of Lillard and Trey Burke beat the tandem of Michael Carter-Williams and Victor Oladipo in the final round by a tenth of a second.
 
     Miami's Chris Bosh hit a half-court shot to give Team Bosh the victory in the Shooting Stars contest that opened up All-Star Saturday night. Bosh and teammates Dominique Wilkins and WNBA player Swin Cash had a final-round time of 31.4 seconds.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Cleveland Indians are 2-0 in salary arbitration cases this year, having suppressed the attempts of Vinnie Pestano and now fellow pitcher Josh Tomlin. The right-hander only appeared in one game last season after undergoing elbow ligament-replacing surgery in August 2012. For that one appearance Tomlin now gets a pay raise from the $501,800 he made last year to $800,000. He had been asking for $975,000 in arbitration.
 
     Also in the majors:
 
     - Los Angeles Angels pitcher Mark Mulder has suffered a major setback as he attempts to reach the majors again. Mulder tore his left Achilles tendon Saturday, cutting short his comeback and possibly bringing his career to an end. Team spokesman Eric Kay said Mulder felt a pop during agility drills.
 
     - And the Seattle Mariners and first baseman Justin Smoak have avoided arbitration by agreeing on a contract for the 2014 season with a club option for 2015. Smoak will earn $2,637,500 this season and $3.65 million next season if the option is picked up. The 27-year old hit a career-high 20 homers last season but batted just .238.
 
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     KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (AP) - Two Americans have won silver and bronze, respectively, in the Olympic Super G Alpine event.  Kjetil Jansrud won the fourth straight Olympic super-G gold medal for Norway on Sunday.  Starting 29th, Andrew Weibrecht of the United States flew down the hill and wound up second, 0.30 seconds behind.
 
     American teammate Bode Miller and Jan Hudec of Canada tied for third. Miller is the oldest Alpine skier to medal at 36. It's his 6th olympic medal.   Norway has long ruled this Olympic discipline, winning gold in 2002, 2006 and 2010.
 
     In other competition:
 
     - Lindsey Jacobellis of the U.S. failed to make it to the medal round after crashing near the end of the slushy course while leading a semifinal race in women's snowboardcross. Eva Samkova of the Czech Republic dominated the final, posting three wire-to-wire victories. Dominique Maltais of Canada earned her second Olympic medal by grabbing silver. Chloe Trespeuch of France earned bronze.
 


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