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The No.1 ranked Bishop Ryan Lions extended their winning streak to 43....
    MINOT, ND - The No.1 ranked Bishop Ryan Lions extended their winning streak to 43 with a 84-28 win over Velva last night, in a game we broadcast on K-Heart.  The Lions jumped out to a 19-3 lead after one quarter and never looked back.

    Gabbie Bohl sat out resting her knee as Hannah Stewart tallied 21 points with Maddie Wald and Anika Rovig each adding 14 for Bishop Ryan.  Sarah Wherley scored 12 points for the Aggies.  She had all 7 points for Velva at halftime.

    Bishop Ryan improves to 14-0, while Velva falls to 10-3.


    MINOT, ND - We'll have boys basketball on the air tonight.  It's District 12 Day at the Minot Auditorium and we'll broadcast the last game of the day.  The varsity schedule includes M-L-S vs Bishop Ryan at 2:30pm, Kenmare vs Glenburn at 4pm and Our Redeemers vs Surrey at 5:30pm.  The final game has No.7 Des Lacs-Burlington vs No.8 Lewis & Clark-Berthold at 7pm.  Live coverage of that game can be heard on 106.9 K-Heart and online at


    MINOT, ND - Elswhere around the area:

High School Boys Basketball
 Class A
  (2)Minot 83, Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 76
  (3)Bismarck St. Mary's 74, Dickinson 68
     Mandan 50, Williston 48

 Class B
  (2)Rugby 73, Drake-Anamoose 49
  (6)Hazen 86, Mott-Regent 52
     Towner-Granville-Upham 50, Sawyer 48
     Westhope-Newburg 66, Dunseith 61
     Kenmare 68, Burke County 29
     Max 70, Garrison 62
     Lewis & Clark-North Shore 82, Mandaree 48
     Tioga 74, Ray 64
     Trinity Christian-Trenton 63, Divide County 40
     Beulah 66, Richardton-Taylor 27
     Harvey-Wells County 62, New Rockford-Sheyenne 58
     Starkweather-Munich 40, Rolla 33
     St. John 76, Langdon 41
     North Star 75, Rolette-Wolford 59

High School Girls Basketball
 Class A
     Minot 77, Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 52
     Mandan 51, Williston 41
     Bismarck St Mary's 65, Dickinson 44

 Class B
  (4)Shiloh Christian 63, Underwood 33
     Glenburn 75, Powers Lake 48
     Burke County 52, Kenmare 36
     Dunseith 47, Westhope-Newburg 26
     Rugby 61, Drake-Anamoose 13
     Max 48, Garrison 46
     Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 56, Sawyer 33
     Lewis & Clark-North Shore 66, Mandaree 32
     Watford City 50, Divide County 42
     Grant County 70, Washburn 42

High School Boys Hockey
     Bottineau-Rugby 9, Mandan 2
     Bismarck Century 2, Fargo Davies 1
     Bismarck High 3, Fargo South 2

High School Girls Hockey
     Williston 8, Dickinson 1
     Bismarck High 13, Devils Lake 1

High School Wrestling
 Class A
     Turtle Mountain-Belcourt def. Dickinson 41-27
     Bismarck def. Bismarck Century 54-10

College Mens Basketball
    Concordia-St Paul 66, Minot State 65
    Minnesota State-Mankato 88, University of Mary 67

College Womens Basketball
    Concodia-St Paul 68, Minot State 63
    Minnesota State-Mankato 84, University of Mary 68

College Mens Hockey
    Illinois 2, Minot State 0

College Wrestling
    St Cloud State 49 def. Minot State 49-0

NAHL Hockey
    Brookings 3, Minot Minotauros 2
    Bismarck Bobcats 4, Austin 2


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Zach Randolph had 26 points and 12 rebounds and the Memphis Grizzlies overcame another strong effort by Kevin Love to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 94-90 Friday night.  Courtney Lee added 16 points for the Grizzlies, who have won five straight games and 10 of their last 11. The Grizzlies have won six straight on the road.
     Playing on a sore left ankle throughout the second half, Love led Minnesota with 28 points and 16 rebounds. Kevin Martin had 14 points for the Timberwolves, who lost for just the second time in seven games.
     Randolph came up clutch late, scoring six points during a 9-2 Memphis run that turned a one-point deficit into a 91-85 lead with 59.6 seconds to play.
     Trailing 59-43 early in the third quarter, Love scored 14 points during an 18-4 run to get Minnesota within two. His jumper with 12.8 seconds left in the quarter gave Minnesota its first lead at 67-66.

     UNDATED (AP) - Kevin Durant's unusual streak has ended, but Oklahoma City's streak continues. The Thunder continued rolling through the NBA with the best record in the league at 38-10. Durant scored 26 points in 30 minutes, sitting out the fourth quarter of the Thunder's 120-95 rout of Brooklyn. That's Oklahoma City's 10th straight victory.
     Durant had his streak of scoring at least 30 points end at 12 straight games. He seemingly could have easily topped 30 again, but coach Scott Brooks pulled most of his starters after the third period.  Serge Ibaka had a big night for the Thunder with 25 points and nine rebounds in 31 minutes.
     In other NBA action:
     - Stephen Curry had a huge night for Golden State. He poured in a season-high 44 in leading the Warriors past the Utah Jazz 95-90. Curry hit eight of 13 shots from three-point land.
     - Atlanta routed Philadelphia 125-99. Elton Brand and Mike Scott each had 18 off the bench to lead seven Hawks in double figures.
     - Orlando topped Milwaukee 113-102. Arron Afflalo scored 21 points and Tobias Harris added 18 for the Magic, which led by as many as 25. The Magic have beaten the Bucks 16 straight times in Orlando.
     - DeMar DeRozan scored 19 points, Terrence Ross had 18 and the Toronto Raptors ended a decade-long drought in Denver by beating the short-handed Nuggets 100-90. The Raptors had lost nine straight in Denver dating to 2003.
     - Dirk Nowitzki scored 34 points and the Dallas Mavericks held off Sacramento 107-103. That's the Kings' sixth straight loss as they were again without their leading scorer DeMarcus Cousins, out with a sprained ankle.
     - The Charlotte Bobcats ran past the L.A. Lakers 110-100. Al Jefferson had a big night with 40 points and 18 rebounds.

     UNDATED (AP) - Derick Brassard scored the go-ahead goal with 7:46 left in the third period and the New York Rangers beat the New York Islanders for the second straight game, 4-1. The victory finishes a three-game New York sweep for the Rangers, who earlier this week beat the Devils and Islanders in games played at Yankee Stadium.  Marc Staal had two assists and Henrik Lundqvist made 38 saves for the Rangers, who've won six of eight.
     In other hockey action:
     - Detroit beat Washington 4-3 in a shootout. Patrick Eaves scored the only goal in the shootout in the seventh round. Red Wings goalie Jimmy Howard stopped all seven Caps shots in the shootout. Alex Ovechkin forced overtime with a goal with seven seconds left in regulation, his 39th of the season.
     - Jeff Skinner scored the go-ahead goal in the second period and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the St. Louis Blues 3-1. The 'Canes have won five of six to remain in the playoff hunt in the Metropolitan Division.
     - Shea Weber scored two goals, including at 1:29 of overtime, and the Nashville Predators rallied late in beating the New Jersey Devils 3-2.
     - Devin Setoguchi scored two goals, including the tiebreaker with 2:56 remaining, and the Winnipeg Jets earned a 4-3 win over Vancouver.

     NEW YORK (AP) - The two Super Bowl head coaches seemed relaxed and confident in their final media availability before Sunday's kickoff. Denver's John Fox and Pete Carroll of Seattle seemed to enjoy themselves, even joking with each other and the audience.
     The Broncos worked out for 90 minutes at the New York Jets indoor facility and Fox pronounced them ready to go. Before that Fox had the team go through a 30 minute walk through outdoors to get them used to the conditions they'll likely face Sunday.
     Carroll thought his team's final 77-minute workout at the Giants practice facility went well. He had all the doors open to simulate the mid-30s temperatures expected for the game.
    It looks like they'll have cold but dry conditions for Sunday's Super Bowl 48 at MetLife Stadium.  According to the National Weather Service, Sunday's high temperature at kickoff is expected to be 30s -- which would threaten make it the coldest of the 48 Super Bowls. The coldest kickoff temperature outdoors for a Super Bowl was 39 in New Orleans in 1972. With the opening kickoff scheduled for about 6:30 p.m., the mercury could drop into the 20s by the time the game ends.  There is little chance of snow or rain.

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

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