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The Minot boys and girls hockey teams will play in the State Hockey Tournament beginning Thursday in Grand Forks....
    MINOT, ND - The Minot boys and girls hockey teams will play in the State Hockey Tournament beginning Thursday in Grand Forks.

High School Boys Hockey
  State Tournament - Grand Forks
   First Round - Thursday  (games at Ralph Engelstad Arena)
    #1W Bismarck vs #4E Fargo South-Shanley, Noon
    #2E West Fargo vs #3W Bismarck Century, 30 min after
    #1E Grand Forks Central vs #4W Mandan, 6 pm
    #2W Minot vs #3E Grand Forks Red River, 30 min after


High School Girls Hockey
  State Tournament - Grand Forks
   First Round - Thursday  (games at Olympic Arena)
    #1 Bismarck vs #8 Mandan, 11 am
    #4 Grand Forks vs #5 Williston, 30 min after
    #2 West Fargo vs #7 Fargo North, 5 pm
    #3 Minot vs #6 Fargo South-Davies, 30 min after

    Both tournament run through Saturday when 5th Place, 3rd Place and Championship games will be held.

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    MINOT, ND - Pairings for a couple Class B Boys Basketball Region Tournaments are set.

High School Boys Basketball
 Class B
  Region 6 Tournament - Minot State Dome (ALL GAMES ON 106.9 K-HEART)
   First Round - Monday, Feb 24th
  (1)Rugby vs Bishop Ryan, 3 pm
 (10)Lewis & Clark-Berthold vs Drake-Anamoose, 4:30 pm
  (7)Des Lacs-Burlington vs Dunseith, 6:15 pm
    TGU vs Our Redeemer's, 7:45 pm

  Region 8 Tournament - Williston State College
   First Round - Monday, Feb 24th
    New Town vs Stanley, 3 pm
    Powers Lake vs Lewis & Clark-North Shore, 4:30 pm
    Tioga vs Parshall, 6:15 pm
    Watford City vs Ray, 7:45 pm

    Both tournaments continue Tuesday, Feb 25th, with semifinals and Thursday, Feb 27th, with 3rd Place and Championship.

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     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - South Dakota State University men's basketball coach Scott Nagy was one of the first coaches in the country to participate in Samaritan's Feet, a charity that provides shoes for needy children. He's no longer alone.
 
     High school and college coaches throughout the Dakotas and Minnesota are now coaching in bare feet to support the cause. Men's basketball coaches at three colleges in the Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota metropolitan area are going shoeless this week.
 
     Nagy coached his first game without shoes more than six years ago, a couple of years after he adopted a daughter from Haiti. Last summer, to support the charity, Nagy took his team to Haiti, where they delivered shoes to hundreds of children.  Nagy says he's pleased that others are backing the charity.
 
    The charity was founded by a former North Dakota college basketball player from Nigeria who grew up in a two-bedroom cinder-block house shared by 13 family members. Emmanuel "Manny" Ohonme received his first pair of shoes when he was 9, delivered by a missionary from Wisconsin.  Ohonme went on to play basketball on a full scholarship at what is now Lake Region State College in Devils Lake.

    Samaritan's Feet began in 2003, but it didn't start thriving until 2008, when Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis basketball coach Ron Hunter shed his footwear and help generate donations for shoes. The next year, Nagy and a handful of other college basketball coaches got on board.





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

 

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