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The Class A West Region Volleyball Tournament is underway in Mandan.....

    MINOT, ND - The Class A West Region Volleyball Tournament is underway in Mandan.  

High School Volleyball
    Class A
        West Region Tournament - Mandan
            First Round
                #1 Jamestown def. #8 Dickinson, (3-0)

                #4 Mandan vs #5 Bismarck High, 3 pm
                #2 Bismarck Century vs #7 Bismarck St Mary's, 5 pm
                #3 Bismarck Legacy vs #6 Minot, 7 pm


    MINOT, ND - It's championship night at Class B region volleyball tournaments, including the Region 6 Tournament at the Minot Auditorium.

High School Volleyball
    Class B

    Region 6 Tournament - Minot Auditorium
        3rd Place
            Des Lacs-Burlington vs Lewis & Clark, 6 pm
            Rugby vs Our Redeemer's, 25 min after


    Region 8 Tournament - Ray
        3rd Place
            Powers Lake vs Stanley, 6 pm
            Watford City vs Kenmare, 25 min after


    Region 7 Tournament - Dickinson Trinity HS
        3rd Place
            New England vs Hazen, 5 pm MT
            Dickinson Trinity vs Heart River, 25 min after


    Region 5 Tournament - Shiloh Christian HS - Bismarck
        3rd Place
            Grant County vs Garrison-Max, 6 pm
            Center-Stanton vs Shiloh Christian, 25 min after


    Region 4 Tournament - Devils Lake
        3rd Place
            New Rockford-Sheyenne vs Harvey-Wells County, 6 pm
            Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich vs North Star, 25 min after


    Region 3 Tournament - Hazelton
        3rd Place
            Oakes vs Carrington, 6 pm
            LaMoure-Litchville-Marion vs Medina-Pingree-Buchanon, 25 min after


    Region 2 Tournament - Park River
        3rd Place
            Drayton-Valley-Edinburg vs May-Port-CG, 5 pm
            Thompson vs Park River-Fordville-Lankin, 25 min after


    Region 1 Tournament - Fargo Oak Grove
        3rd Place
            Richland vs Lisbon, 6 pm
            Central Cass vs Northern Cass, 25 min after


    FARGO, ND - The Dakota Bowl football championship games will be held tomorrow at the Fargo Dome.

High School Foootball
    9-Man Championship
            Shiloh Christian vs Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 9:10 am
    Class A Championship
            Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich vs Hillsboro-Central Valley, 12 pm
    Class AA Championship
            Bismarck St Mary's vs Fargo Shanley, 3 pm
    Class AAA Championship.
            Minot vs West Fargo, 6:30 pm
                (Minot in championship for third time in four years. Last won a state title in 1980.)


     GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - The 4-4 Arizona Cardinals host the 5-3 Seattle Seahawks in the Thursday night NFL game.
     The Cardinals have won in three of their past four trips to Seattle, but the Seahawks have dominated in Arizona. The exception was a 6-6 tie last season when Arizona and Seattle both missed chip-shot field goals that would have won the game in overtime.
     With quarterback Carson Palmer out with a broken arm, Arizona is leaning on 32-year-old running back Adrian Peterson. He carried the ball a career-high 37 times for 159 yards Sunday in the Cardinals' 20-10 victory at San Francisco.
     Among the missing for Seattle will be running back Eddie Lacy and defensive end Marcus Smith. Safety Earl Thomas is listed as doubtful.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts have released cornerback Vontae Davis, less than 24 hours after he took his complaints about the organization public.
     The Colts announced Saturday that he wasn't traveling with the team to Houston because of a "non-injury related" issue. Davis took issue with that, saying he hasn't been playing at his typically high level because of a groin injury that hadn't completely healed.
     The two-time Pro Bowler was rumored to be a trade target last week. His four-year, $36 million contract was to expire after the season.
     In other NFL news:
     - A federal appeals court in New York City has denied Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott's bid to keep a six-game suspension over alleged domestic violence on hold. Elliott was in court and the denial of the injunction makes him ineligible in Sunday's game at Atlanta.
     -The Green Bay Packers have waived Martellus Bennett, bringing the tight end's short tenure at Lambeau Field to a surprising end. The Packers cited a "failure to disclose a physical condition" for making the move. Bennett practiced on Tuesday after the bye last week before going on the injury report with a shoulder injury.
     - Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase says right tackle Ja'Wuan James' left hamstring injury could be a long-term issue, and he's undergoing further medical evaluation. James was hurt in the loss Sunday to Oakland and sat out Thursday's practice. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (ehn-DAHM'-uh-kehn soo) also missed practice because of a knee injury that briefly sidelined him during last week's game. The Dolphins play Monday night at Carolina.
     - The Browns have waived defensive back Ibraheim Campbell with an injury designation. Campbell injured a hamstring during practice on Wednesday. With his secondary still nursing some other injuries, coach Hue Jackson said it was vital to bring in a healthy player and the club signed defensive back Derron Smith off Cincinnati's practice squad.
     - Detroit coach Jim Caldwell says guard T.J. Lang is going through the concussion protocol. Lang played in Monday's win at Green Bay. Caldwell said Thursday that Lang was having no issues until the start of practice Wednesday. He began feeling ill and was taken out of practice.
     - A video review of 459 reported concussions during the past two NFL seasons has found far more occurred on passing plays than any other plays. Forty-four percent of the concussions were on passes, 30 percent were on running plays, 21 percent on punt or kickoff returns, 4 percent on sacks and 1 percent on field goal attempts. Cornerbacks suffered the most concussions, 22 percent, and wide receivers were next at 15 percent. Quarterbacks ranked near the bottom of the list with 5 percent, ahead of only kickers.
     - A researcher says Aaron Hernandez suffered severe damage to parts of the brain that play an important role in memory, impulse control and behavior. The 27-year-old former New England Patriots player killed himself in April while serving life in prison for murder. Dr. Ann McKee of the CTE Center at Boston University presented the findings of her examination of Hernandez's brain on Thursday.
     - The NFL expects a five-year contract extension with Commissioner Roger Goodell to be finalized soon, despite a threatened lawsuit by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. NFL spokesman Joe Lockhart said Thursday that the league is aware of Jones' potential lawsuit, which apparently has been sparked by star running back Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension over alleged domestic violence. The extension would carry through 2024. Goodell became commissioner in 2006.
     - Panthers three-time Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen will spend his bye weekend as an NFL game analyst for Fox Sports. Olsen will join the team of Kevin Burkhardt, Charles Davis and Pam Oliver, as the Los Angeles Rams visit the Minnesota Vikings on Nov. 19. The addition of Olsen to the broadcast booth is for one game. He's currently on injured reserve but is eligible to return to action Nov. 26.
     - Saints coach Sean Payton says injured cornerback Delvin Breaux is not expected to play this season because of a setback which occurred after he'd been designated to return from the club's injured reserve list. Payton, who addressed Breaux's status on Thursday, says, "Right now, he's going to remain on injured reserve."

     UNDATED (AP) - Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost has broken his pelvis and several ribs during a fall on his property in Georgia. The team says the 62-year-old manager was working on a deer stand that gave way on Saturday.
     Spokesman Mike Swanson said Thursday that Yost underwent surgery at Grady Hospital in Atlanta and was to be transferred to a rehabilitation facility Thursday or Friday. Swanson says Yost will need a wheelchair for a short time.
     Yost is an avid hunter and outdoorsman. He has managed Kansas City since 2010 and led the Royals to the 2015 World Series title, the team's first since 1985.
     In other baseball news:
     - Miami Marlins president of baseball operations Michael Hill says Don Mattingly will be back as manager next season. The decision had been expected, with Mattingly entering the third season of a four-year contract. But the recent sale of the franchise to a group including Derek Jeter had left Mattingly's status in question. Mattingly and Jeter were briefly teammates with the New York Yankees.
     - Former major league skipper Chip Hale will be the bench coach for new Washington Nationals manager Dave Martinez, while Derek Lilliquist will be the team's pitching coach. Also joining the team are first base coach Tim Bogar and assistant hitting coach Joe Dillon. The Nationals had previously announced Kevin Long will be the hitting coach. Third base coach Bobby Henley was retained. So far, he is the only member of former manager Dusty Baker's staff who is sticking around.
     - The Cubs have hired Jim Hickey as their pitching coach and moved Brandon Hyde to bench coach. Hickey spent 11 years as Tampa Bay's pitching coach before a split with the Rays at the end of the season. He is reuniting with his old boss Joe Maddon in Chicago and replacing Chris Bosio, whose contract was not renewed. Hyde takes over for Dave Martinez, who left to become the Washington Nationals' manager.


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