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With Class B boys basketball teams beginning district tournaments this week, this is the final Class B boys poll of the season....
    MINOT, ND - With Class B boys basketball teams beginning district tournaments this week, this is the final Class B boys poll of the season.  The polls are voted on each week by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

Class B Boys

        Team (First place votes)  Record Points Last Wk
    1. Rugby (15)                      19-0     150     1
    2. Fargo Oak Grove             18-1     124     3
    3. Milnor                             18-1     111     4
    4. Cavalier                           18-1     106     5
    5. Four Winds-Minnewaukan 17-2     105     2
    6. Hazen                             17-2      63     6
    7. Des Lacs-Burlington         17-2      49     7
    8. Shiloh Christian                17-2      45     9
    9. St John                           17-2      31     NR
    10.Lewis & Clark-Berthold    17-2      20     10

    Others receiving votes: Larimore (16-2), LaMoure-Litchville-Marion (13-6), New Town (15-2), Beulah (13-5)

Class B Girls

        Team (First place votes)  Record Points Last Wk
    1. Bishop Ryan (14)                16-0     140     1
    2. Thompson                          15-1     124     2
    3. North Star                          15-0     108     3
    4. Shiloh Christian                  13-1      97     4
    5. Maple Valley                      14-1      79     6
    6. Lakota-Edmore                  12-3      58     7
    7. Fairmount-Campbell-Tintah 12-1      39     8
    8. Rolla                                 13-1      36     10
    9. Beach                               13-2      25     5
    10.Central Cass                    13-3      24     NR

    Others receiving votes: Hillsboro-Central Valley (12-3), Parshall (14-1)


    MINOT, ND - Results from the area yesterday.

High School Boys Basketball
 Class B
     Surrey 65, Underwood 25
     Drake-Anamoose 76, Glenburn 34
     Dunseith 72, Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 61
     Kenmare 66, Stanley 51
     Lewis & Clark-North Shore 69, Burke County 50
     Watford City 70, Ray 63

High School Girls Basketball
 Class B
  (1)Bishop Ryan 86, Parshall 44
  (3)North Star 64, (6)Lakota-Edmore 53
  (4)Shiloh Christian 72, Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 30
     Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 48, Max 35
     Kenmare 32, Tioga 25
     Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 57, Dunseith 41
     Beulah 49, Killdeer 41
     Powers Lake 52, White Shield 21
     Burke County 49, Lewis & Clark-North Shore 34


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Dwight Howard had 18 points and 15 rebounds, and the surging Houston Rockets used a fourth-quarter push to hold off the Minnesota Timberwolves 107-89 Monday night for their sixth consecutive victory.
     Chandler Parsons had 20 points and James Harden scored 19 for the Rockets, who have won six straight for the first time since taking seven in a row from Jan. 13-23, 2012.
     Back after missing one game with a bruised left quadriceps, Kevin Love led Minnesota with 31 points and 10 rebounds. Chase Budinger had 15 points and Alexey Shved scored 11 off the bench for the Timberwolves, who have lost four straight and six of seven.

     UNDATED (AP) - The NBA's conference leaders were able to stretch their leads on Monday. The Indiana Pacers did it by bouncing back from Sunday's loss at Orlando, and the Oklahoma City Thunder took advantage of San Antonio's loss in Detroit.
     David West scored 25 points and Roy Hibbert added 14 as the Pacers rolled over the short-handed Nuggets 119-80. Indiana put together runs of 21-5 and 14-4 while building a 61-40 lead.
     The rout gives the Pacers a 40-11 record and a four-game lead over Miami in the Eastern Conference. Indiana also is 10 percentage points ahead of Oklahoma City for the league's top record.
     The Nuggets lost their third in a row and played without several injured players, including Andre Miller, Danilo Gallinari, JaVale McGee, Nate Robinson and Ty Lawson
     The Thunder's lead in the West grew to 3 1/2 games when San Antonio lost 109-100 to the Pistons. Brandon Jennings scored 21 points and Rodney Stuckey added 20 in the Pistons' first game under interim coach John Loyer.  Marco Bellinelli had a team-high 20 points for the Spurs.
     In other NBA finals:
     - Philadelphia has followed Sunday's 45-point loss to the Los Angeles Clippers with a 43-point setback at Golden State. Mareese Speights was among six Warriors to score in double-figures, finishing with a career-high 32 points on 12 of 15 shooting. Stephen Curry hit six of his nine three-point tries and finished with 23 points.
     - Kyle Lowry had 19 points and 12 assists in Toronto's third straight win, a 108-101 decision over New Orleans. Patrick Patterson and DeMar DeRozan each had 22 points in the Raptors' fifth consecutive win over the Pelicans.
     - Boston was a 102-86 winner at Milwaukee behind Jeff Green's 29 points. Kelly Olynyk added 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Celtics, who opened the fourth quarter on a 12-4 run to take an 82-72 lead.

     UNDATED (AP) - Kansas State has boosted its shot at an NCAA tournament berth by earning a rare win over seventh-ranked Kansas.  The Wildcats blew a nine-point lead over the last two minutes of regulation before downing the Jayhawks 85-82 in overtime. Marcus Foster scored 20 points, including two free throws in the closing seconds of overtime. Will Spradling added 15 points for the Wildcats, who beat Kansas for just the third time in 26 games at Bramlage Coliseum.
     In other top-25 action:
    - Remi Dibo scored a career-high 20 points and West Virginia handed Iowa State its worst loss of the season by clobbering the 11th-ranked Cyclones 102-77. Melvin Ejim finished with just six points on 1 of 9 shooting for Iowa State after setting a Big 12 record with 48 points the previous game.
     - Joe Harris scored 19 points and No. 17 Virginia stretched its winning streak to eight games by beating Maryland 61-53. Malcolm Brogdon added 14 points and Akil Mitchell had 13 as the Cavaliers improved to 11-1 in the ACC.

     UNDATED (AP) - Led by No. 1 Syracuse, the top six teams in The Associated Press college basketball poll are the same this week as last. Following the 23-0 Orange, who are a unanimous choice to be No. 1, are Arizona, Florida, Wichita State, San Diego State and Villanova.  The remaining top 10 schools are Kansas, Duke, Michigan State and Cincinnati.

     UNDATED (AP) - Connecticut remains No. 1 in The Associated Press women's basketball poll. The Huskies have won 31 straight overall dating back to last season's title run.  Notre Dame, Duke, the Cardinals and South Carolina round out the top five.

     KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (AP) - Dara Howell continued Canada's dominance at Rosa Khutor Extreme Park, soaring to Olympic gold in women's slopestyle skiing on Tuesday.  Howell posted a score of 94.20 during her first run of the finals, trouncing the rest of the field on a warm and sometimes frightening day down the slushy slopestyle course.  Devin Logan of the U.S. took silver. Canadian Kim Lamarre earned bronze.
     Canada has claimed seven medals in four days of snowboarding and freestyle skiing, including three events in which they took two of the three spots on the podium.
     Howell's triumph was tempered by a series of scary crashes, including one by teammate Yuki Tsubota that ended with Tsubota being carried of the mountain on a stretcher.
     Canada has four gold among its nine total medals to lead in both categories. The U.S. as two gold and six total medals.
     Team USA men's hockey general manager David Poile (poyl) will be unable to travel to Sochi for the Olympics after getting hit in the face by a puck last week. The Nashville Predators GM is recovering from surgery and stitches he needed after a deflected puck struck him while he was standing in a tunnel behind the team's bench in Minnesota. Pittsburgh Penguins GM Ray Shero (SHEER'-oh) will take over as acting general manager in Sochi.
     Olympic officials in Russia are concerned about the poor attendance at some events. So much so that one official from the International Olympic Committee has suggested that school children and unarmed military personnel be given tickets. A Norwegian member of the IOC has expressed concern about the lack of "buzz" in Sochi, saying there is a "lack of enthusiasm."
     By the way the weather is getting rather un-winter like at the Winter Olympics. The temperate in Sochi today is in the mid to upper 50's and the forecast calls for the 60's later in the week.
     And if you are enjoying some of the "up close and personal" shots on TV, they are being brought to you by a drone. The remote operator says the drones are safe and much cheaper than paying for a helicopter.

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

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