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The Minot State women's soccer team defeated a Top 25 team for the first time in school history....

    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - The Minot State women's soccer team defeated a Top 25 team for the first time in school history off a golden goal from Morgan Myers in the 106th minute on Sunday afternoon at Herb Parker Stadium as the Beavers topped Minnesota State 2-1 in double overtime.

    Haley Berryman scored the first goal of the match in the 14th minute, recording her third goal of the season. Goalkeeper Erin Rafferty improved to 11-4-1 on the season while recording a career-high 11 saves in the victory.

    The eighth straight win improves the Beavers to 11-4-1 (10-3 NSIC) on the season while the Mavericks fall to 13-2-1 (11-1-1 NSIC) and marks the second longest winning streak in school history.

    Minot State returns to the pitch next weekend when they play at Northern State on Friday at 3 p.m. and host MSU Moorhead on Sunday at 1 p.m.


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Latavius Murray rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown and Kai Forbath kicked six field goals to lift the Minnesota Vikings to a 24-16 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
     Forbath made kicks of 52, 51, 43, 43, 34 and 32 yards to back another suffocating effort from the defense for the Vikings (5-2).
     Minnesota sacked Joe Flacco five times and allowed just 208 total yards. Everson Griffen had two sacks and has nine for the season.
     Justin Tucker kicked three field goals for the Ravens (3-4), including a 57-yarder in the first half. Flacco completed 26 of 38 passes for 186 yards and a 13-yard touchdown to Chris Moore as time expired.
     The nine combined field goals tied an NFL record for most made field goals in a game.
     Points figured to be at a premium in a matchup of two of the league's stingiest defenses, both of which were facing offensive units missing key players.
     That's what made Murray's 29-yard touchdown in the third quarter such a big play. He was signed in the offseason to help replace Adrian Peterson, Murray had to sit out before training camp while recovering from foot surgery.
     He was off to a slow start this season with just 97 yards rushing through the first six games. But he burst through a big hole in the third quarter, made one cut and surged to the end zone to give the Vikings an 18-6 lead.
     Case Keenum had an erratic afternoon, completing 20 of 31 passes for 188 yards and one interception for the Vikings, making Murray's contribution all the more important.
     Flacco, who entered the day with a 66.1 rating that was good for 31st in the league, was stuck under 100 yards passing until well into the fourth quarter.  

     GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - Drew Brees threw for a touchdown and ran for another, Mark Ingram rushed for a score and the New Orleans Saints overcame several mistakes to beat the Green Bay Packers 26-17 on Sunday.
     Will Lutz kicked two second-half field goals, including a 44-yarder to put New Orleans up for good 19-17 with 10:26 left in the game. Brees' 1-yard sneak gave the Saints a two-score lead with 4:55 left.
     The sloppy Saints were fortunate to get their fourth straight victory. The Packers lost their first game with Brett Hundley starting at quarterback for injured star Aaron Rodgers.
     New Orleans' defense gave up a 46-yard touchdown run to rookie Aaron Jones on the opening drive. Brees was picked off twice in the first quarter. Lutz had a blocked extra point and New Orleans (4-2) was penalized seven times for 80 yards.
     But the Saints pulled away late at overcast Lambeau Field, scoring on four second-half drives before running out the clock.   
     After holding the Packers (4-3) to a three-and-out inside the 20, New Orleans drove 55 yards in eight plays to seal the game with Brees' sneak over the goal line.
     Brees finished 27 of 38 for 331 yards with a touchdown. Ingram ran for 105 yards on 22 carries.  
     Trailing late, the Packers couldn't muster big plays late without Rodgers. He's out indefinitely with a broken right collarbone.
     Instead, coach Mike McCarthy turned to a running game that initially threw off the Saints.
     Jones had 131 yards on 17 carries. Hundley showed toughness in running for a 14-yard score to give Green Bay a 14-7 lead with 8:37 left in the second quarter.  
     But the Packers managed just a 46-yard field goal from Mason Crosby in the second half, which gave them a brief 17-16 lead.
     The Saints took over from there, and the Packers couldn't keep up through the air.
     Hundley finished 12 of 25 for 87 yards. He was intercepted by safety Kenny Vaccaro on a deep ball down the middle of the field with 4:20 left, ending the Packers' comeback bid.

     OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Andrew Wiggins' 3-pointer from a few steps inside halfcourt banked in as time expired to give the Minnesota Timberwolves a 115-113 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Sunday night.
     Oklahoma City's Carmelo Anthony had hit a 3-pointer with 5.1 seconds left to give the Thunder the lead before the Timberwolves inbounded to Wiggins, who rushed up the court and got free with help from a crushing pick by Karl-Anthony Towns before pulling up for the winner.
     Wiggins scored 27 points and Towns had 27 points and 12 rebounds for Minnesota (2-1).
     Russell Westbrook scored 15 of his 31 points in the fourth quarter for the Thunder, who were coming off a loss at Utah on Saturday night. Anthony scored 23 points and Paul George scored 14 points on 6-for-20 shooting. Steven Adams had 17 points and 13 rebounds for the Thunder.
     Minnesota led 61-54 at halftime behind 13 points from Towns and 10 from Wiggins. Adams scored 14 points before the break. The Timberwolves fought off several bursts by the Thunder and led 88-75 at the end of the third quarter.
     The Thunder opened the fourth quarter with a five-point run that led to a Minnesota timeout. Oklahoma City continued the surge and got the crowd back into the game. A three-point play by Anthony cut Minnesota's lead to 90-87 as Westbrook returned to the game from a rest.
     Adams converted a three-point play to cut Minnesota's lead to 106-105 with 1:50 to go, and a 3-pointer by Westbrook tied the game at 110.

     KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Martin Truex Jr. completed an emotional victory for his Furniture Row Racing team at Kansas Speedway following the death of a crew member the previous night.
     The season's most dominant driver calmly overcame a restart violation and a loose tire early on to win for the seventh time this season. The race began hours after the team learned that crew member Jim Watson had died of a heart attack while in town for the playoff race.
     Kurt Busch finished second before a wave of playoff contenders headed by Ryan Blaney, whose car failed post-qualifying inspection.
     Chase Elliott was fourth and Denny Hamlin fifth to advance to the next playoff round. Kevin Harvick, Kyle Busch and Jimmie Johnson also reached the Final 8. Brad Keselowski, Matt Kenseth, Jamie McMurray and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. were eliminated.

     UNDATED (AP) - The New England Patriots didn't need a 25-point comeback this time.
     The Pats easily won a rematch of Super Bowl 51 as Tom Brady threw for two touchdowns in a 23-7 victory against the Atlanta Falcons. The Patriots scored the first 23 points of the game after scoring the last 31 to pull out a 34-28 overtime win over the Falcons in the Super Bowl.
     Brady threw for 249 yards and completed 21 of his 29 passes despite a thick fog that shrouded Gillette Stadium.
     New England's string of 54 straight points against Atlanta ended when Matt Ryan hit Julio Jones for a four-yard TD with 4:09 to play. Ryan was other ineffective while going 23 of 33 for 233 yards.
     The Patriots improved to 5-2, while the Falcons slipped to 3-3.
     In other NFL finals:
     - Latavius Murray rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown, and Kai Forbath kicked six field goals in the Vikings' 24-16 victory against the Ravens. Forbath made kicks of 52, 51, 43, 43, 34 and 32 yards for as Minnesota improved to 5-2. Joe Flacco was sacked five times and Baltimore managed just 208 total yards in slipping to 3-4.
     - Ben Roethlisberger passed for 224 yards and two touchdowns as the Steelers whipped the Bengals 29-14 to improve to 5-2. Le'Veon Bell added 192 total yards for Pittsburgh, which shut out Cincinnati in the second half while limiting the 2-4 Bengals to just one first down. Chris Boswell added five field goals to help the Steelers set a season high for points.
     - Drew Brees threw for a touchdown and ran for another as the 4-2 Saints rallied to beat the Packers 26-17. Mark Ingram rushed for 105 yards and a score, and Will Lutz kicked two second-half field goals, including a 44-yarder to put New Orleans up for good 19-17 with 10:26 left. Brett Hundley finished 12 of 25 for 87 yards in his first start for the 4-3 Packers.
     - Ezekiel Elliott gained 219 yards from scrimmage and tied a career high with three touchdowns in the Cowboys' 40-10 rout of the 49ers. Elliott had a 72-yard scoring reception and ran for 147 yards on 26 carries to lead Dallas to their third win in six games. Quarterback C.J. Beathard was sacked five times, lost two fumbles and failed to lead the 0-7 49ers into the end zone until he scored in the fourth quarter.
     - Russell Wilson threw three second-half touchdown passes and the Seahawks limited the Giants' receiver-depleted offense to 177 yards in a 24-7 win at the Meadowlands. Wilson hit Doug Baldwin with a go-ahead 22-yard touchdown pass in the third quarter and put the game away with a 38-yard TD throw to Paul Richardson. The 4-2 Seahawks limited the 1-6 Giants to 46 yards rushing, 14 first downs and just over 24 1/2 minutes in time of possession.
     - The Dolphins scored 17 unanswered points in the final 11 1/2 minutes as backup quarterback Matt Moore led them to a 31-28 win over the Jets. Kenny Stills tied it with touchdown receptions of 28 and two yards before Cody Parkey drilled a 39-yard field goal with 22 seconds left following an interception by Josh McCown. Starting quarterback Jay Cutler left the game due to a chest injury with his team trailing 21-14 before the 4-2 Dolphins dropped the Jets to 3-4.
     - The Bills also pulled off a late rally as they scored 10 points over the final 2 1/2 minutes to beat the Buccaneers, 30-27. LeSean McCoy had 91 yards rushing and scored twice, including a seven-yard run that tied the score with 2:28 remaining. Rookie cornerback Tre'Davious White forced and recovered a fumble to set up Stephen Hauschka's 30-yard field goal with 14 seconds left, leaving the Bills 4-2 and dropping the Bucs to 2-4.
     - The Rams were winners in London for the first time in three tries as Jared Goff completed 22 of 37 passes for 235 yards and a touchdown in a 33-0 shutout of the Cardinals. Goff also ran for a TD, Greg Zuerlein nailed four field goals and Todd Gurley rushed for 106 yards and a score for the 5-2 Rams. The 3-4 Cardinals finished the game without quarterback Carson Palmer after he injured his left arm in the second quarter.
     - Travis Benjamin returned a first-quarter punt 65 yards for a touchdown and caught a 42-yard TD pass in the fourth as the Chargers silenced the Broncos 21-0. Joey Bosa had two of the Chargers' five sacks in the team's first home victory since relocating to Los Angeles. Denver dropped to 3-3, while the Chargers won their third in a row since an 0-4 start.
     - The Jaguars were 27-0 winners against the Colts as Blake Bortles threw for a season-high 330 yards and one touchdown. Bortles finished 18 of 26 with a 124.7 rating to help the 4-3 Jaguars win without injured rookie running back Leonard Fournette, who has a sprained right ankle. Jacksonville also recorded 10 sacks against the 2-5 Colts.
     - The Titans are 4-3 after pulling out an ugly 12-9 win at Cleveland on Ryan Succop's fourth field goal of the afternoon, a 47-yarder with 1:55 left in overtime. Tennessee safety Kevin Byard had two of his three interceptions against Deshone Kizer, who was benched in the second half. Browns rookie Zane Gonzalez forced overtime by kicking a season-long 54-yard field goal with 47 seconds left in regulation before Cleveland fell to 0-7.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Minnesota Timberwolves picked up an impressive road win on Sunday as they try to prove they are legitimate contenders in the NBA's Western Conference.
     Andrew Wiggins drained a 3-pointer near halfcourt as time expired to send the Wolves past the Thunder, 115-113. The game-winning bucket came after Carmelo Anthony's trey with 5.1 seconds left put Oklahoma City in front.
     Wiggins finished with 27 points as the 2-1 Timberwolves won their second straight. Karl-Anthony Towns also had 27 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and set a crushing pick that freed up Wiggins for the winning basket.
     Also in the NBA:
     - Anthony Davis had a team-high 27 points and DeMarcus Cousins had 22 as the Pelicans picked up a 119-112 win over the Lakers in Los Angeles. Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball had a game-high 13 assists and a team-high eight rebounds, but he also shot just 3-for-13 in scoring eight points.
     - Allen Crabbe scored 20 points and DeMarre Carroll had 17 as the Nets beat the Hawks 116-104. Brooklyn blew an 11-point, fourth-quarter lead before Crabbe hit a pair of 3-pointers during a 7-0 run that put the Nets ahead 106-99. Atlanta point guard Dennis Schroeder had to be helped off the court after going down with an apparent ankle injury late in the game.

     DETROIT (AP) - The Vancouver Canucks won Sunday's only NHL game by dominating the second period of a 4-1 decision over the Red Wings in Detroit. The game was tied 1-1 until the Canucks scored three times while outshooting the Red Wings 18-6 in the middle period. Sven Baertschi scored twice for Vancouver, which also got goals from Derek Dorsett and Jake Virtanen. Anthony Mantha had the only goal for the Wings in their fourth consecutive loss.

     RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Bernhard Langer made a 15-foot eagle putt on the par-5 18th hole to win the Dominion Energy Charity Classic by one stroke over Scott Verplank at Richmond, Va. Langer followed his second-round 63 with an even-par 70 to finish at 16 under in the first event in the PGA Tour Champions' Charles Schwab Cup Playoffs. Verplank shot a bogey-free 6-under 66 to erase a five-shot deficit, but he missed short birdie putts on the 17th and 18th holes.


     AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Lewis Hamilton has tightened his grip on the Formula One season championship by winning the U.S. Grand Prix ahead of title rival Sebastian Vettel. The Mercedes driver continued his absolute dominance of the Circuit of the Americas, winning at the track for the fifth time since 2012 and fourth year in a row. The victory extended Hamilton's championship lead over Vettel to 66 points with three races left.

     UNDATED (AP) - The top eight remain exactly the same in the latest Associated Press college football poll, with Notre Dame cracking the top 10 for the first time this season.
     The Irish climbed four spots to ninth with Saturday's 49-14 rout of Southern Cal, which dropped to 21st.
     Alabama remains the unanimous No. 1 team, followed by Penn St., Georgia, TCU and Wisconsin. Ohio State checks in at No. 6, ahead of Clemson and Miami. Oklahoma is just behind Notre Dame at No. 10.
     Michigan has fallen out of the rankings for the first time in two years.

     UNDATED (AP) - Astros bench coach Alex Cora just helped the team knock out the Red Sox in the AL Division Series earlier this month. He'll be changing sides after the World Series.
     The Red Sox have announced that they have hired Cora to replace John Farrell as manager. He played four of his 14 major league seasons with Boston before retiring in 2011. The Puerto Rico native becomes the first Hispanic manager in Red Sox history.
     Meanwhile, it appears the Mets have selected a manager as several media outlets are reporting that Indians pitching coach Mickey Callaway has been offered the job. The New York Post was the first to report the Mets were in talks with Callaway, saying a deal is being finalized.
     Terry Collins stepped down after seven seasons as manager and accepted a position as a special assistant to general manager Sandy Alderson.
     The 42-year-old Callaway spent five years as pitching coach under Cleveland skipper Terry Francona. The Indians led the major leagues with a 3.30 ERA this season, one year after reaching the World Series.
     Like Cora, Callaway has never managed at the big league level.

     PHOENIX (AP) - The Phoenix Suns have fired head coach Earl Watson just three games into the season. Former Raptors head coach Jay Triano is replacing Watson on an interim basis after serving as his assistant. Watson went 33-85 in parts of three seasons with the team, including a 24-58 mark last year. The Suns' 0-3 start prompted point guard Eric Bledsoe to tweet Sunday: "I Don't wanna be here."

     NEW YORK (AP) - The NBA has fined Celtics guard Kyrie Irving $25,000 for responding to a fan with inappropriate language at halftime of Boston's 102-92 win over the 76ers on Friday.

     TORONTO (AP) - The Maple Leafs have signed defenseman Roman Polak to a one-year deal that brings him back to Toronto. The 31-year-old Czech spent parts of the last three seasons with the Leafs and was on a professional tryout deal with the club during training camp. Polak has 23 goals and 92 assists in 634 regular-season games with San Jose, St. Louis and Toronto.


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