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K-Heart Sports - Thursday - 10/17/19 - Morning Edition

There's a new No. 1 in 9-Man football following a head-to-head game between the top two teams this week...

    MINOT, ND - There's a new No. 1 in 9-Man football following a head-to-head game between the top two teams this week. The polls are voted on by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

Class A Poll  

        Team (First Place Votes)                 Record  Points    Last Week

    1. Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich (16)     8-0         80        1
    2. Velva                                                7-0         60        2
    3. Lisbon                                              7-0         48        3
    4. Oakes                                              6-1         22        5
    5. Bowman County                               6-1         21        4

    Others receiving votes: Bishop Ryan 7-1, Shiloh Christian 7-1

9 Man Poll

        Team (First Place Votes)            Record     Points    Last Week

    1. Cavalier (16)                               8-0         80        2
    2. New Rockford-Sheyenne             6-1         58        1
    T3. Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page          8-0         42        3
    T3. Linton-HMB                              7-0         42         4
    5. Ray-Powers Lake                        6-1         10        5

    Others receiving votes: Mayport-CG 6-1, Kidder County 6-1, Central McLean 7-1


    MINOT, ND - Due to Teachers Convention today and tomorrow no high school activities can take place, so some were held last night.

High School Football
    Class AAA
            #1 Bismarck Century 41, Dickinson 6
            West Fargo 17, #3 Fargo Shanley 14
            #4 West Fargo Sheyenne 35, #2 Fargo Davies 26

    Class A
            Richardton-Taylor-Hebron 13, Killdeer 12

            Divide County 44, Lewis & Clark 15

High School Girls Volleyball
    Class A
            Bismarck St. Mary's def. Minot, 25-19, 25-19, 25-22
            Jamestown def. Dickinson, 25-18, 25-23, 25-10


     UNDATED (AP) - Brandon Tanev scored a short-handed goal in overtime and the Pittsburgh Penguins beat Colorado 3-2, the first loss of the season for the Avalanche. The Avalanche, the NHL's last unbeaten team, was looking to start the season with six straight wins for the first time since 2013-14. The Penguins' Sidney Crosby continued a season-long, seven-game point streak, scoring his fourth goal of the season. Jake Guentzel added to his six-game point streak with his fifth goal in four games. Matt Murray made 26 saves.

     In other NHL news:

     - John Carlson scored and had two assists, giving the defenseman an NHL-high 14 points, and the Washington Capitals beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 for their first home win of the season. Nicklas Backstrom added a goal and an assist, and Jakub Vrana and Evgeny Kuznetsov (kooz-NET'-sahv) also scored for Washington, which lost its first three home games for the first time since October 1983. Rookie goaltender Ilya Samsonov (SAM'-soh-nahv) made 29 saves in his first home start to earn his third career win.

     - Sonny Milano and Alexander Wennberg scored for the first time this season, and Zach Werenski added a goal to lift the Columbus Blue Jackets over the Dallas Stars 3-2. Columbus won back-to-back games and pulled to .500 with its eighth consecutive victory over the Stars. Joonis Korpisalo turned away 30 shots to net his third win.

     - Connor McDavid had a goal and four assists, Leon Draisaitl added two goals and one assist, and the Edmonton Oilers' dynamic duo continued their sizzling start to the season in a 6-3 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers. It was McDavid's third career five-point game.

     - Adam Henrique scored twice and Jakob Silfverberg had a goal and two assists, helping the Anaheim Ducks beat the Buffalo Sabres 5-2. Rickard Rakell had a goal and an assist for Anaheim, and Ryan Getzlaf scored the Ducks' first power-play goal of the season. It was Buffalo's first regulation loss after a 5-0-1 start.

     - Evander Kane became the first San Jose player to score three goals in the opening period of a game and the Sharks beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-2 for their third straight victory. Kane opened the scoring at even strength and added two power-play goals in the first for his second career hat trick. The Sharks are hitting their stride after beginning the season with four straight losses.



     FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the new video review rule for pass interference is working as expected, with only obvious mistakes by officials being corrected. Through Week 6, the league has had 44 reviews related to pass interference, and the on-field ruling was reversed seven times. Goodell says the goal with the rule was to reverse only egregious errors.
     The new rule approved as a one-year experiment allows pass interference calls or non-calls to be challenged by coaches and reviewed via replay. But complaints by coaches, players and fans about pass interference persist, with some arguing more calls should be reversed. When the replay rule was adopted last spring, Goodell said, coaches understood that close calls wouldn't be changed. The reversal rate so far is 16 percent.


     UNDATED (AP) - Enforced targeting penalties are down 32% in the NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision compared with the first seven weeks of the 2018 season. Targeting is the act of striking a defenseless opponent above the shoulders or using the crown of the helmet to contact an opponent. It has been a major player-safety concern for a decade.

     National coordinator of officials Rogers Redding points to three possible factors for the decline: More players are using better tackling technique; players are mindful of a new rule calling for a full-game suspension if a player commits three targeting fouls in the same season; and video review officials are required to overturn targeting calls if any element of the penalty cannot be confirmed. Previously, video review officials could let the call on the field stand.



     KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt says the status of quarterback Brian Maurer for the Volunteers' Saturday matchup with No. 1 Alabama will be a game-time decision after the freshman sustained a concussion last week. Maurer landed head first while diving at the end of a 13-yard scramble late in the first half of a 20-10 victory over Mississippi State. He remained in the game for three more plays, went to the sideline after the end of that series and didn't play again the rest of the afternoon.



     CHICAGO (AP) - Boxer Patrick Day has died four days after sustaining head injuries in a fight with Charles Conwell. Promoter Lou DiBella said Day died Wednesday at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He was 27. Day had brain surgery after being knocked out in the 10th round Saturday night at Wintrust Arena. Knocked down twice earlier in the bout, the junior middleweight was taken from the ring on a stretcher. From Freeport, New York, Day had a career record of 17-4-1 with six knockouts.


   (Copyright 2019 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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