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K-HEART SPORTS - SATURDAY - 02/15/14 - MORNING EDITION

For the third year in a row DLB plays L&C-Berthold in the District 12 title game....
    MINOT, ND - For the third year in a row DLB plays L&C-Berthold in the District 12 title game.

High School Boys Basketball
 Class B

DISTRICT 12 - Minot Auditorium
   Loser Out
    Surrey 42, Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 23
    Kenmare 67, Glenburn 41
   Semifinal
    Des Lacs-Burlington 79, Bishop Ryan 70
    Lewis & Clark-Berthold 70, Our Redeemer's 58

  Today's schedule (ALL GAME ON 106.9 K-HEART)
   Region Qualifier
    Our Redeemer's vs. Surrey, 4:30pm
    Bishop Ryan vs. Kenmare, 6pm
   Championship
    Des Lacs-Burlington vs. L&C-Berthold, 7:30pm

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DISTRICT 11 - Bottineau HS
   Loser Out
    Bottineau 76, Velva 73
    Westhope-Newburg 58, Sawyer 41
   Semifinal
    Rugby 65, Dunseith 49
    TGU 54, Drake-Anamoose 42

  Today's schedule
   Region Qualifier
    Drake-Anamoose vs Bottineau, 4:30pm
    Westhope-Newburg vs Dunseith, 6pm
   Championship
    Rugby vs TGU, 7:30pm

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DISTRICT 8  Rolla HS
  First Round
     #1 St. John (bye)
    #4 Rolette-Wolford 55, #5 Munich-Starkweather 50
    #2 North Star 74, #7 Langdon 25
    #3 Benson County 55, #6 Rolla 42

  Today's schedule
   Loser Out
    Rolla vs Langdon, 3:30pm
   Semifinal
    St John vs Rolette-Wolford, 5pm
    North Star vs Benson County, 6:30pm

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DISTRICT 10 - Garrison HS
   Loser Out
    Center-Stanton 53, Underwood 34
   Semifinal
    Wilton-Wing 56, Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 43
    Garrison 56, Max 42

  Today's schedule
   Region Qualifier
    Max vs Washburn, 4pm
    Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky vs Center-Stanton, 5:30pm
   Championship
    Wilton-Wing vs Garrison, 7pm

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DISTRICT 15  Northern Lights (New Town)
   Semifinal
    New Town 76, Parshall 52
    Watford City 56, Lewis & Clark-North Shore 54

 Today's schedule
   Region Qualifier
    Lewis & Clark-North Shore vs White Shield, 4pm
    Parshall vs Mandaree, 5:30pm
   Championship
    New Town vs Watford City, 7pm

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DISTRICT 16  Ray HS
   Loser Out
    Divide County 55, Trinity Christian-Trenton 49
   Semifinal
    Tioga 62, Stanley 37
    Powers Lake 60, Ray 47

 Today's schedule
   Region Qualifier
    Ray vs Burke County, 4pm
    Stanley vs Divide County, 5:45pm
   Championship
    Tioga vs Powers Lake, 7:30pm


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    MINOT, ND - Other basketball results:

High School Boys Basketball
 Class A
    Bismarck 77, Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 58
    Jamestown 60, Williston 53

 Class B
    New England 60, (6)Hazen 49
    Beulah 75, Glen Ullin-Hebron 40


High School Girls Basketball
 Class A
  (1)Bismarck 84, Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 64
    Jamestown 51, Williston 34


High School Girls Hockey
    West Fargo 6, Minot 0
    Bismarck 6, Fargo South 0
    Williston 3, Fargo North 1


High School Wrestling
 Class A
  State Tournament - Bismarck
   Semifinal
    #1W Bismarck def. #3W Turtle Mountain-Belcourt 50-19
    #1E West Fargo def. #2W Bismarck Century 56-15

   3rd Place
    #3W Turtle Mounatin-Belcourt def. #2W Bismarck Century 39-29
   Championship
    #1E West Fargo def. #1W Bismarck 31-25


 Class B
  State Tournament - Bismarck
   Loser Out
    3#1 Bishop Ryan def. R4#2 Watford City 63-7
    R4#1 Hettinger-Scranton def. R3#2 Velva 57-21
   Semifinal
    R2#1 Carrington def. R1#2 Lisbon 46-24
    R1#1 South Border def. R2#2 Pembina County North 38-33
   5th Place
    R4#1 Hettinger-Scranton def. R3#1 Bishop Ryan 31-27
   3rd Place
    R2#2 Pembina County North def. R1#2 Lisbon 39-36
   Championship
    R1#1 South Border def. R2#1 Carrington 34-33


College Mens Basketball
    University of Sioux Falls 83, Minot State 72
    University of Mary 74, Southwest Minnesota State 65


College Womens Basketball
    Minot State 68, University of Sioux Falls 67
    University of Mary 73, Southwest Minnesota State 65

    
College Mens Hockey
    University of North Dakota 3, Miami 2


NAHL Hockey
    Wilderness 3, Bismarck Bobcats 2

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    MINOT, ND - The Boys West Region Hockey Tournament enters its final day at the All Seasons Arena here in Minot.

High School Boys Hockey
 West Region Tournament - Minot
   Loser Out
    Beulah-Hazen 1, Jamestown 5
    Mandan 3, Dickinson 2
   Semifinal
    Bismarck 6, Bottineau-Rugby 1
    Minot vs 6, Bismarck Century 1

  Today's schedule
   State Qualifier
    Mandan vs Bottineau-Rugby, 11am
    Bismarck Century vs Jamestown, 1:30pm
   Championship
    Bismarck vs Minot, 4pm
 
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     GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - Mark MacMillan had two goals and an assist to lead North Dakota to a 3-2 National Collegiate Hockey Conference win over Miami of Ohio on Friday.  Michael Parks added a goal and an assist for UND (15-9-3, 10-7-0), which improved to 11-2-1 in its last 14 games and moved into second place in the conference.
 
     UND goalie Clarke Saunders made 31 saves to win for the third straight time. Saunders stopped a game-high 14 shots in the second period.  MacMillan's second-period goal gave UND a 3-0 lead.  Cody Murphy scored the RedHawks' first goal at 9:07 of the second period and Sean Kuraly made it 3-2 with 29 seconds to play in the game.
 
     Miami (10-14-3, 4-12-1) had the NCHC's top two scorers - Austin Czarnik and Riley Barber - on the ice. But they were a combined 0-for-8 in shots on goal.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Kevin Love is getting ready to start in his first All Star Game. The Minnesota Timberwolves' star will suit up for the Western Conference in tomorrow's game, but even before that today, Love will participate in the 3-point shooting contest. He's the only power forward and the tallest of the eight players in the competition.
 
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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Twins general manager Terry Ryan has taken a first step in his recovery from cancer surgery. The Twins announced yesterday that Ryan left the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, three days after the operation.  Ryan will spend the next few days recuperating at home in the Twin Cities.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A heating system for the playing surface is part of more than $6.6 million worth of improvements coming to TCF Bank Stadium. The Minnesota Vikings and the University of Minnesota have agreed to the changes for NFL game use. The Vikings will share the facility with the Gophers in 2014 and 2015, and the Vikings will pay the university up to $3 million per season to play there temporarily.

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     UNDATED (AP) - It was a low-scoring, tense, defensive struggle between two teams with no love lost on Valentine's Day. When it ended, Arizona State had knocked off second-ranked Arizona 69-66 in double overtime, touching off a wild celebration in Tempe. That's the Wildcats' first home victory over a team ranked in the top five in 22 years. It's just the second loss of the season for Arizona.
 
     Jermaine Marshall scored the go-ahead basket with 14.7 seconds left in the second OT. Marshall led all scorers with 29, including eight in the second OT. Arizona had a final chance but had a shot blocked by Arizona State's 7-foot center, Jordan Bachynski. That was his eighth blocked shot of the night to go along with his 13 points and seven rebounds.
 
     After the block, Jahii Carson scored on a breakaway dunk. Arizona State's fans rushed the court, had to be cleared because there was 0.8 seconds left, then poured out of the stands again after Nick Johnson missed a 3-pointer at the final buzzer.
 
     The win improved Arizona State to 19-6 and greatly improved its chances for a high seed in the NCAA tournament. Arizona falls to 23-2.
 
     In other Top-25 hoops:
 
     - Montrezl Harrell scored a career-high 22 points and No. 13 Louisville built a 30-point first-half lead en route to an 82-58 victory over Temple. Russ Smith added 15 points to help the Cardinals improve to 7-1 in their last eight games. It's the 20th victory overall for the defending national champion Cardinals.
 
     - No. 23 SMU went on the road and beat Rutgers 77-65. Nic Moore scored 16 of his 21 points in the second half for coach Larry Brown's 20-5 Mustangs. It's SMU's first win as a ranked team in 29 years.
 
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     GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) - Starter Mat Latos has had surgery to repair torn cartilage in his left knee, giving the Cincinnati Reds a concern as they open spring training. Latos suffered the injury a few days before the start of spring training in Arizona. He'll have to stop throwing for about 10 days to let the knee heal.
 
     In other spring training news:
 
     - CC Sabathia was a shell of his former self on the mound last year, and now his body is a fraction of what it once was. A six-time All-Star who went 14-13 last season, Sabathia reported to New York Yankees spring training camp at 275 pounds, 40 below his high in 2010.
 
     - Right-hander Julio Teheran and the Atlanta Braves have agreed to terms on a six-year, $32.4 million contract with a club option for the 2020 season. Teheran became an important member of the rotation as a rookie last year when he was 14-8 with a 3.20 earned run average.
 
     - Free agent pitcher Tommy Hanson signed for $2 million plus possible incentives Friday, two days before Rangers pitchers and catchers report to spring training in Surprise, Ariz.
 
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     KRASNAYA POLYANA, Russia (AP) - Anna Fenninger won the Olympic super-G on Saturday in a race in which many of the early skiers struggled to get down the tricky course.  The 24-year-old Austrian finished in 1 minute, 25.52 seconds, edging Maria Hoefl-Riesch of Germany by 0.55 seconds. Nicole Hosp of Austria was third.
 
     The combination of soft snow and a tight course design by Florian Winkler of Austria had early skiers struggling to make it down. Of the opening eight racers, seven didn't finish.
 
     The Austrians maintain their dominance in this Olympic event. Fenninger and Hosp make it eight of a possible 24 medals since the super-G began at the 1988 Calgary Games.  Pre-race favorites Lara Gut of Switzerland and Tina Maze of Slovenia were fourth and fifth. Julia Mancuso of the U.S. was eighth.
 
     In other Olympic news:
 
     - U.S. speed skaters are looking to bounce back from an awful start in the Sochi Olympics by slipping back into old suits that should have been made obsolete by new high-tech gear. U.S. coach Matthew Kooreman said American skaters will be wearing different suits when the 1,500 final opens this evening. Davis, a double silver medalist in the event, will be looking for the first U.S. speedskating medal in the games. Traditionally, the U.S. team has been among the medal leaders halfway through the competition.
 
     -  More than halfway through the Sochi Olympics, the IOC's top anti-doping official says he's not surprised there have been no positive tests so far. Arne Ljungqvist chairman of the IOC medical commission, says the stringent drug-testing system is working as a deterrent.
 
     - The U.S. men's hockey team has announced that Jonathan Quick will start in goal against the Russians on Saturday. He worked the nets in the opening 7-1, win over Slovakia.
 
     - The top U.S. Olympic women's bobsled sustained damage to its front end at after a fast training run today. Elana Meyers and brakeman Lauryn Williams completed their practice run down the Sanki Sliding Center course in 57.50 seconds - 0.34 seconds faster than any other sled - before banging a wall in the outrun. The pair did not take their second run so mechanics could fix the BMW-designed sled.
 


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


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