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There was a full schedule of high school and college sports yesterday in the area....
    MINOT, ND - Results from the area.

High School Boys Basketball
 Class A
  (1)Bismarck Century 78, (3)Bismarck St Mary's 77
     Bismarck High 74, Williston 56
     Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 72, Jamestown 70

 Class B
  (6)Hazen 86, Center-Stanton 58
 (10)Lewis and Clark-Berthold 81, Turtle Lake-Mercer 41
     St John 89, Bottineau 69
     Towner-Granville-Upham 72, Harvey-Wells County 46
     Velva 52, Carrington 39
     Westhope-Newburg 68, Garrison 41
     Sawyer 75, Burke County 36
     Beulah 67, Bishop Ryan 60
     Parshall 69, Powers Lake 68
     Watford City 56, Dickinson Trinity 50, OT
     Killdeer 59, Stanley 38
     Flasher 67, Washburn 48
     North Star 72, Rolette-Wolford 43

High School Girls Basketball
 Class A
  (1)Bismarck High 82, Williston 43
  (4)Bismarck Century 73, Bismarck St Mary's 40
     Jamestown 82, Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 45

 Class B
  (4)Shiloh Christian 65, Dickinson Trinity 38
 (10)Rolla 52, Drayton/Valley-Edinburg 37
     Rolette-Wolford 54, Rugby 53 OT
     Sawyer 44, Burke County 38
     Stanley 57, Ray 41
     Watford City 63, Heart River 35

   District 12 Showcase - Minot Auditorium
  (1)Bishop Ryan 95, Kenmare 20
     Des Lacs-Burlington 55, Surrey 48
     Lewis & Clark-Berthold 54, Our Redeemer's 44
     Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 30, Glenburn 21

High School Boys Hockey
     Jamestown 7, Bottineau-Rugby 3
     Mandan 5, Hazen-Beulah 2

High School Girls Hockey
     Minot 5, Fargo North 2
     West Fargo 6, Williston 0
     Bismarck High 3, Grand Forks Knightriders 1

High School Wrestling
  Class B Region 3  Minot Bishop Ryan

   Team Scores: 1. Bishop Ryan 247.5; 2. Des Lacs-Burlington 156.0; 3. Stanley-Powers Lake 143.0; 4. Velva 142.0; 5. Northern Lights 91.0; 6. Kenmare-Bowbells 83.0; 7. New Town 77.5; 8. Rugby 76.0; 9. Mon-Dak 34.0

5th Place: Kaiden Bredahl, DLB def. Devin Triplett, K-B PIN 2:38
3rd Place: Trevor Harstad, SPL def. Max Lipp, BR PIN 0:58
Championship: Aaron Dean, Velva def. Riley Zachmeier, Rugby PIN 1:29

5th Place: Gaige Reep, SPL def. Joey Berg, Rugby Dec 8-7
3rd Place: Colton Bartuska, DLB def. Branden Burtch, K-B Major Dec 13-1
Championship: Wyatt Ledoux, BR def. Elijah Hackman, Velva Dec 5-1

5th Place: Dylan Grove, Rugby def. Riese Dignan, K-B Forfeit
3rd Place: Jonathan Thomas, Velva def. Mat McClure, NT Dec 9-8
Championship: Aaron Sandy, BR def. Kole Johnson, DLB Dec 4-1

5th Place: Kaeden Jaeger, Rugby def. Trystin Horning, NL Med. Forfeit
3rd Place: Jaden Iverson, SPL def. Robert Finneseth, Velva Dec 1-7
Championship: Cole Peterson, DLB def. Konner Beeter, BR Dec 6-5

5th Place: Jacob Ruden, DLB via BYE
3rd Place: Cole Dauphinais, BR def. Kaden Evenson, SPL Dec 9-3
Championship: Tanner Egeberg, K-B def. Josh Horner, Velva PIN 0:26

5th Place: Colton Snyder, BR def. Levi Massine, Velva PIN 2:07
3rd Place: Xavier Maureaux, K-B def. Dalton Brown, SPL PIN 0:37
Championship: Justin Thomas, DLB def. Jorge Rico, Mon-Dak PIN 2:25

5th Place: Loga Brierley, DLB via BYE
3rd Place: Nate Monk, Velva def. Justin Smith, SPL PIN 1:36
Championship: Keaton Merck, BR def. Reid Mundahl, Rugby PIN 0:47

5th Place: Jordan Evanoff, DLB def. Wesley Snow, NT PIN 2:19
3rd Place: Corbin Manley, BR def. Bennie Mygland, Rugby Major Dec 12-3
Championship: Chandler Meiers, SPL def. Jeff Gailfus, NL Dec 6-5

5th Place: Bradan Kalamaha, BR def. Travis Nevarez, Mon-Dak PIN 0:38
3rd Place: Mason Brudevold, Velva def. Jake Ruby, DLB Med. Forfeit
Championship: Alex Giese, K-B def. Zeb Demeray, NT Dec 9-2

5th Place: Dalton Weeks, Mon-Dak via BYE
3rd Place: Justin Helseth, Velva def. Tibbs Moore, SPL Dec 6-3
Championship: Carson Schell, BR def. Tanner Langan, NL Dec 9-3

5th Place: David Johnson, NT via BYE
3rd Place: Kyle Syverson, SPL def. Hunter Schreiner, Velva Med. Forfeit
Championship: Jordan Will, BR def. Ryan Gailfus, NL PIN 1:17

5th Place: Kutter Bluhagen, Velva via BYE
3rd Place: Alex Kucera, SPL def. Spencer Koehmstedt, Rugby PIN 2:34
Championship: Dakota Johnson, BR def. Michael Preston, DLB PIN 2:41

5th Place: Zac Greenwell, DLB def. Joe Rico, Mon-Dak Med. Forfeit
3rd Place: Trenton McCloud, NL def. Jaryn Rasumssen, SPL Dec 9-2
Championship: Rode Vocu, NT def. Tyler Allers, BR PIN 2:55

5th Place: Terin Lucero, SPL def. Mishael Edge, K-B PIN 2:12
3rd Place: Austin Moen, DLB def. Bronson Flynn, NT PIN 0:50
Championship: Mason Kramer, BR def. Paul Kurtti, NL PIN 0:33

College Mens Basketball
    Minot State 87, Minnesota-Crookston 64
    Bemidji State 90, University of Mary 77

College Womens Basketball
    Minnesota-Crookston 74, Minot State 62
    University of Mary 71, Bemidgi State 67

College Hockey
    Nebraska-Omaha 6, University of North Dakota 3

NAHL Hockey
    Bismarck Bobcats 5, Minot Minotauros 1


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - LaMarcus Aldridge scored 16 of his 26 points in the second half and Wesley Matthews added 21 to help the Portland Trail Blazers hold off the injury-depleted Minnesota Timberwolves 117-110 Saturday night.  Aldridge had six points during Portland's game-deciding 13-1 run in the fourth quarter.
     Corey Brewer led Minnesota with 26 points and Ricky Rubio scored a career-high 25 for the Wolves, who were without All-Star Kevin Love, Nikola Pekovic and Kevin Martin.  Despite trailing for much of the game, the short-handed Wolves showed plenty of grit, getting 19 points from Chase Budinger, 14 from Dante Cunningham and a season-high 12 from rookie Shabazz Muhammad.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Kevin Love wanted to, well, show some love. The Minnesota power forward paid for a full-page advertisement in Sunday's Star Tribune to thank Timberwolves fans for their All-Star votes. Love will start for the Western Conference next weekend after a late push past Dwight Howard landed him one of the starting frontcourt spots. Love sat out of last night's game against Portland because of a bruised left quadriceps.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Timberwolves starting point guard Kevin Martin will we sidelined indefinitely because of a broken left thumb. Martin was hurt Friday night in the closing minutes of the Timberwolves' 98-91 loss in New Orleans. X-rays taken Saturday morning revealed the fracture.

     UNDATED (AP) - The San Antonio Spurs and Portland Trail Blazers were able to move a little closer to the NBA's Western Conference lead.  Patty Mills scored 18 of his season-high 32 points in the fourth quarter as the Spurs won for the fourth time in five games, a 104-100 triumph at Charlotte. Mills was 10 of 13 from the field, including 5 of 5 in the fourth quarter.  Tim Duncan finished with 16 points and 13 rebounds for his 22nd double-double of the season.
     LaMarcus Aldridge scored 16 of his 26 points in the second half of Portland's 117-110 win at Minnesota.  The outcomes put the Spurs 2 1/2 games behind West-leading Oklahoma City.  The Trail Blazers are 3 1/2 games back.
     Also in the NBA:
     - Marvin Williams scored 23 points and rookie Trey Burke hit a jumper with 24 seconds remaining to lift Utah past Miami 94-89. LeBron James was 4 of 13 from the field for 13 points, his lowest scoring total since he had 13 points in a 104-88 win over Atlanta on Nov. 19.
     - Goran Dragic scored 13 of his career-high 34 points in the final seven minutes as Phoenix Suns pulled away to beat Golden State 122-109. Gerald Green added 25 points and P.J. Tucker had 16 points and a career-best 15 rebounds for Phoenix.
     - Dwight Howard hit three clutch free throws in the closing seconds and finished with 27 points as Houston topped the Bucks 101-95 in Milwaukee. James Harden finished with 22 points and Jeremy Lin added 18 in the Rockets' fifth straight victory, tying their longest winning streak of the season.
     - Memphis got 20 points from Zach Randolph in a 79-76 victory in Atlanta. The Grizzlies ended a two-game skid by holding the Hawks to 25 points over the second and third periods.
     - Brandon Jennings had a season-high 35 points to go with 12 assists as Detroit outscored Denver 126-109. Eleven players scored in double figures, with Josh Smith finishing with 30 and Rodney Stuckey adding 18 for the Pistons.

     UNDATED (AP) - Fourth-ranked Wichita State remains one of the only two unbeaten teams left in Division I men's basketball.  Tekele Cotton dropped in 18 points and the Shockers improved to 12-0 in the Missouri Valley Conference by winning at Northern Iowa, 82-73. Cleanthony Early had all 16 of his points in the first half for the Shockers, who are the first team to open 25-0 since Derrick Rose helped Memphis win its first 26 games in 2007-08.
     In other top-25 action:
     - Third-ranked Florida won its 15th straight with a 78-69 decision over Alabama. Scottie Wilbekin scored 16 points in the win, which upped the Gators record to 21-2 and 10-0 in the Southeastern Conference. The Gators handled the Tide for the second time in 16 days and extended a school record for consecutive home wins to 29.
     - Zavier Thames scored 17 points and Winston Sheppard added 16 to lead fifth-ranked San Diego State to a 73-58 win against Nevada. The Aztecs shot 52 percent and improved to 20-1 overall, 9-0 in the Mountain West Conference.
     - Nick Russell had 15 points and SMU stayed undefeated at home with a 76-55 victory over No. 7 Cincinnati, ending the Bearcats' 15-game winning streak. The Mustangs scored 11 straight points in the second half to take a 59-41 lead.
     - Eighth-ranked Kansas is 9-1 in the Big 12 after Andrew Wiggins scored 19 points and Wayne Seldon added 17 in the Jayhawks' 83-69 win against West Virginia. The Jayhawks closed on a 14-4 run and moved two games ahead of Texas in the Conference race.
     - Freshman Jabari Parker set season highs with 29 points and 16 rebounds as No. 11 Duke blasted Boston College 89-68. Quinn Cook hit five 3-pointers and scored 21 points for the Blue Devils.
     - No. 13 Saint Louis was a 65-63 winner at La Salle behind Jordair Jett's game-high 25 points. Jett had 19 points in the second half, including the game-winner with four seconds left.
     - Marcus Foster scored a career-high 34 points on 13-of-16 shooting and Kansas State beat No. 15 Texas 74-57, ending the Longhorns' seven-game winning streak. Will Spradling added nine points for the 16-7 Wildcats, who earned their 12th straight win.
     - Melvin Ejim set a Big 12 Conference record by scoring 48 points in leading 16th-ranked Iowa State to an 84-69 win against TCU. Ejim hit 20 of his 24 shots, grabbed a career-high 18 rebounds and scored 20 straight Iowa State points at one point in the second half.
     - No. 17 Iowa beat 10th-ranked Michigan 85-67 as Roy Devyn Marble scored 22 of his 26 points in the first half for the Hawkeyes. Aaron White added 11 points and eight rebounds for Iowa, which is 18-6.
     - Julius Randle scored 16 points, James Young added 11 and No. 18 Kentucky beat Mississippi State 69-59. The Wildcats, who have won three straight, are 18-5 and 8-2 in Southeastern Conference play.
     - Texas Tech downed No. 19 Oklahoma State 65-61 with Jave Crockett leading the Red Raiders with 21 points and 12 rebounds. The Cowboys are 16-7 overall but just 4-6 in the Big 12.
     - Sophomore guard Malcolm Brogdon scored 14 points and tied his career high with 11 rebounds as No. 20 Virginia broke open a tight game with a huge late run for a 64-45 victory over Georgia Tech. The 19-5 Cavaliers trailed 44-42 before closing their seventh straight victory with a 22-1 run.
     - Isaiah Cousins scored 15 of his career-high 21 points in the second half to help No. 21 Oklahoma beat Baylor 88-72.
     - No. 23 Memphis downed No. 24 Gonzaga 60-54 despite Sam Dower's 18 points on 9 of 12 shooting for the Bulldogs. Chris Crawford and Michael Dixon Jr. each had a team-high 11 points for the Tigers.
     - Cameron Wright scored four of his 18 points in the second overtime to help No. 25 Pittsburgh beat Virginia Tech 62-57.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Boston Bruins are five points behind the Eastern Conference-leading Penguins heading into the NHL's Olympic break.  Team Canada forward Patrice Bergeron had two goals and an assist as the Bruins ripped Ottawa 7-2. Brad Marchand added a goal and two assists for the B's, who outshot the Senators 42-28 and chased netminder Craig Anderson after Milan Lucic scored early in the third period to make it 5-1.
     Elsewhere on ice:
     - Anaheim leads the Western Conference by three points over St. Louis and Chicago after Jonas Hiller turned back 36 shots in the Ducks' 5-2 victory in Nashville. Ryan Getzlaf had two goals and an assist as the Ducks ended a three-game skid.
     - T.J. Oshie and Vladimir Tarasenko scored in a shootout to lift St. Louis past Winnipeg 4-3. The Blues moved into a first-place tie with Chicago in the Central after improving to 15-0-1 against Central Division rivals.
     - David Desharnais scored twice and Montreal picked up its third straight win by downing the Hurricanes 4-1 in Carolina. Ryan White and Brian Gionta also scored and Carey Price finished with 31 saves for the Canadiens.
     - Vancouver's losing streak is up to seven games after Toronto scored three times in a 4:42 span of the third period to beat the Canucks 3-1. Phil Kessel had a goal and an assist to back Jonathan Bernier, who stopped 26 shots and blanked the Canucks after the first period.
     - Matt Duchene scored a pair of second-period goals to give Colorado a 3-0 lead in a 5-2 verdict over the New York Islanders. Gabriel Landeskog added an empty-net goal and an assist to help the Avalanche finish 2-2 on their four-game road swing.
     - Philadelphia enters the break on a four-game winning streak after Brayden Schenn and Scott Hartnell scored in the Flyers' 2-1 triumph against Calgary. Ray Emery turned back 32 shots in his first start since Jan. 23.
     - Detroit was a loser in the 6,000th game in club history as Alex Killorn scored the tiebreaking goal with 3:11 left to push Tampa Bay past the Red Wings 4-2. Ondrej Palat had two goals to help the Lightning improve to 4-0 versus the Wings this season.
     - Ray Whitney and Valeri Nichushkin scored for Dallas in a 2-1 win against Phoenix. Kari Lehtonen stopped 26 shots and was perfect until Radim Vrbata scored on a power play with 16 seconds left.
     - Julien Brouilette's first NHL goal snapped a scoreless tie midway through the third period of Washington's 3-0 shutout of New Jersey. Braden Holtby turned back 25 shots in his third shutout of the season and 10th of his career.

     ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - San Diego Padres starting pitcher Andrew Cashner has won his arbitration case and will make $2.4 million in 2014. The 27-year-old right-hander was 10-9 with a 3.09 earned run average in 26 starts and five relief appearances last year.
     Also in the majors:
     - The Los Angeles Dodgers have agreed to a one-year $1.5 million contact with left-hander Paul Maholm. The 31-year-old pitcher was 10-11 with a 4.41 ERA in 26 starts for the Atlanta Braves last season.
     - Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Jeff Samardzija has agreed to a one-year, $5,345,000 contract, avoiding arbitration. Samardzija went 8-13 with a 4.34 ERA last year.

     KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (AP) - Jamie Anderson has given the United States its second gold in slopestyle snowboarding at the Sochi Olympics.  Anderson did it with a nearly flawless second run today, a day after Sage Kotsenburg captured in the men's gold medal.
     American Bode Miller, one of the pre-race favorites in today's men's Olympic downhill, lost speed on the lower half of the course and faded to a disappointing eighth as Matthias Mayer of Austria won the gold medal.
     Switzerland's Dario Cologna won gold in the men's 30-kilometer skiathlon. Sweden took silver and Norway got the bronze medal.
     Norway has the most medals overall with six. The Netherlands has moved into second place, with a total of four, after winning gold today in women's 3,000-meter speedskating. The U.S. has three medals.
     Host Russia won its first medal of the games when Olga Graf took bronze in the women's 3,000-meter speedskating final.

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

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