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Watford City wins the District 15 championship, while Stanley takes the District 16 title.....

    MINOT, ND - Watford City wins the District 15 championship, while Stanley takes the District 16 title.

High School Volleyball
    Class B
        District 15 Tournament - Trinity Christian in Williston
            Region Qualifier
                New Town def. Trenton, 25-9, 25-11, 25-19
                Parshall def. Alexander, 25-21, 25-27, 22-25, 25-19, 15-8
                Watford City def. Trinity Christian, 25-13, 25-10, 25-9


High School Volleyball
    Class B
        District 16 Tournament - Kenmare
            Region Qualifier
                Ray def. Divide County, 26-24, 23-25, 25-20, 25-18
                Kenmare def. Tioga, 25-8, 25-6, 25-7
                Stanley def. Powers Lake, 25-18, 25-22, 25-19


High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 4 Tournament
                #8 St John def. #9 Rolla, 21-25, 15-25, 25-15, 25-21, 15-11
                #5 Benson County def. #12 Four Winds-Minnewaukan, (3-0)
                #10 Rolette-Wolford def. #7 Dunseith, 25-18, 25-19, 25-13
                #6 Lakota def. #11 Dakota Prairie, (3-1)

        Winners advance to first round on Monday in Devils Lake.


High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 5 Tournament
                #8 Wilton-Wing def. #9 Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky, (3-1)
                #7 New Salem-Almont def. #10 Standing Rock, 25-14, 26-24, 25-20
                #6 Garrison-Max def. #11 Washburn, 25-13, 25-16, 25-19

        Winners advance to first round on Monday at Shiloh Christian in Bismarck.


High School Volleyball
    Class A
        West Region Tournament
                #7 Bismarck St Mary's def. #10 Turtle Mountain, 25-8, 25-10, 25-10
                #8 Dickinson def. #9 Williston, 25-19, 25-12, 25-15
        Winners advance to the first round next Thursday in Mandan.


     ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Matt Cullen scored his first goal of the season on his 41st birthday and added an assist during Minnesota's three-goal first period, giving the sputtering Wild a welcome spark on the way to a 6-3 victory Thursday night over the Montreal Canadiens.
     Nino  Niederreiter and Tyler Ennis also scored to send struggling Canadiens goalie Carey Price into the first intermission with a 3-0 deficit. Ryan Suter chipped in a second-period goal , and Jared Spurgeon scored on a power play for more insurance in the first minute of the third.
     Mikko Koivu and Mikael Granlund each had two assists and Marcus Foligno added an empty-net goal for the Wild, who have won six straight games against the Canadiens while outscoring them 25-9.
     Price, who stopped 21 shots by the Wild, gave up a staggering seven goals in the team's last trip to Minnesota on Jan. 12 .
     Brendan Gallagher scored twice and Andrew Shaw had one of two third-period goals for the Canadiens, who totaled 13 goals over their previous two games but still entered the night with the fourth-fewest goals per game (2.5) in the NHL.
     Defense has been a problem for the Canadiens, too, with the third-most goals allowed per game (3.75) in the league coming into this game. That's despite the presence of Price, the five-time All-Star who was the Hart Trophy winner just three seasons ago as the MVP of the NHL.
     Price has allowed four goals or more in four of his last five starts.
     Devan Dubnyk made 27 saves for the Wild, winning his third straight start.
     Cullen, the second-oldest player in the league behind Jaromir Jagr of the Calgary Flames, snagged a long rebound off Price's pads and sent it into the net as Price was falling to his right. That put the Wild on the board just 4:46 into the game.
     Matt Dumba, who had two assist for the Wild, set up Niederreiter's tip 10 seconds after Cullen scored with a slap shot off a clearing attempt by Price went astray. Price jammed the butt of his stick into his glove several times in frustration after falling behind 2-0. Cullen then led a slick 2-on-1 to beat defenseman Jeff Petry and tee up Ennis for the tap-in.
     Dumba responded deftly to a rough game on Tuesday, when his careless drop pass was intercepted by Winnipeg's Nikolaj Ehlers for an easy goal in a 2-1 victory by the Jets. Dumba was benched by coach Bruce Boudreau after the turnover and called out by the boss afterward.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Twins slugger Miguel Sano will undergo surgery for a persistent leg injury that knocked him out for six weeks during the season. Sano's injury was initially diagnosed as a stress reaction, and he was sidelined during the team's drive to a wild-card playoff spot. The 24-year-old Sano came back for the final regular-season series but wasn't put on the team's postseason roster.
     The team announced Thursday that Sano and the team had decided surgery was the best course, and he was scheduled to undergo a procedure on Nov. 13 in New York. Sano hit .264 with 28 home runs in 114 games.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The World Series is over. Bring on spring training.
     The Minnesota Twins on Thursday announced the home schedule for their 2018 spring training. Twins pitchers and catchers are scheduled to begin their workouts on Feb. 14. The team's first full-squad workout is set for Feb. 19.
     The Twins' spring schedule features 33 games - 17 home games and 16 on the road - starting with a home opener exhibition against the University of Minnesota at CenturyLink Sports Complex in Fort Myers, Florida, on Feb. 22.
     Highlighting the Twins' 16 Grapefruit League games will be four games against the AL East champion Boston Red Sox, an AL wild-card rematch with the New York Yankees on March 22 and a visit from the new World Champion Houston Astros on March 23.


      EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Matt Forte ran for two touchdowns four days after complaining the Jets didn't run the ball enough, and an overwhelming defense sacked Tyrod Taylor seven times Thursday night in New York's 34-21 demolition of the Buffalo Bills.
     Buffalo (5-3) came in having scored 64 points in its last two wins, but self-destructed with turnovers and miscues. New York (4-5), which snapped a three-game slide in which it held leads in each defeat, looked more like the challenger to New England in the AFC East.
     Forte scored on runs of 10 and 5 yards and had 14 carries for 77 yards. Augmenting that was Bilal Powell with a 51-yard burst and 74 yards on nine carries. Quarterback Josh McCown got in on the fun with a 10-yard scramble to open the scoring and New York rushed for 194 yards overall.
     Jordan Jenkins had two of the Jets' sacks as they never allowed Buffalo's offense to get on track.
     In other NFL news:
     - Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will be placed on injured reserve. Luck was "shut down" three weeks ago after complaining of soreness in his surgically repaired throwing shoulder.
     - The San Francisco 49ers are placing leading receiver Pierre Garcon on injured reserve for the remainder of the season with a neck injury. The team says Garcon has a non-displaced fracture of the C5 pedicle. Garcon led the team with 40 catches for 500 yards before getting hurt last weekend in Philadelphia.
     - Two people familiar with the situation tell The Associated Press that Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson sustained a season-ending knee injury in practice on Thursday. The people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, say the rookie suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in one of his knees and will go on the injured reserve.
     - Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali returned to practice for the first time since the end of last season, though it's unclear when he will be activated from the physically unable to perform list. Hali's return Thursday begins a three-week window in which the Chiefs must decide whether to activate Hali or shut him down for the season.

     SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Klay Thompson scored 27 points, Kevin Durant had 24 and the Golden State Warriors overcame a lethargic first half to beat the injury-riddled San Antonio Spurs 112-92 on Thursday night.
     Steph Curry added 21 points for Golden State in its first meeting against the Spurs since sweeping the Western Conference finals en route to the NBA title.
     The Spurs played without Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker, as they did in the conference finals. Unlike those blowout victories, Golden State struggled to close out San Antonio.
     Spurs forward LaMarcus Aldridge had 24 points and 10 rebounds, continuing his resurgent season. Kyle Anderson added 16 points in place of Leonard, whose return from an injured right quadriceps is still undetermined.
     In other NBA action:
     - Damian Lillard made a 3-pointer with 0.7 seconds left and the Portland Trail Blazers extended their winning streak over the Los Angeles Lakers to 13 games with a 113-110 victory. Lillard finished with 32 points, and Portland snapped a two-game skid. Jusuf Nurkic added 28 points for Portland. Brook Lopez had 27 points and rookie Kyle Kuzma added a season-high 22 for the Lakers, who were short-handed after Larry Nance Jr. injured his left hand in the second half.
     News from around the NBA:
     - Gordon Hayward is working his way back from a horrific leg injury. But the Boston Celtics forward has no timetable for his return.  Hayward broke his left leg in the season opener, less than three weeks ago.
     - Cavaliers forward Tristan Thompson could be out for a month because of a strained left calf. He was injured in the second quarter of Wednesday night's loss to Indiana and left Quicken Loans Arena on crutches. The team said he had an MRI on Thursday and is projected to return in three to four weeks.
     - The NBA says it will hold its draft lottery in Chicago next spring. The league announced Thursday the event will be held outside of New York or New Jersey for the first time on May 15. It will be followed by the draft combine May 16-20 in Chicago, where it has been conducted for years.

     WASHINGTON (AP) - Lars Eller scored two goals, including the winner, and had an assist to help the Washington Capitals beat the New York Islanders 4-3 on Thursday night.
     Eller was arguably the best player on the ice, drawing two penalties and committing one as part of an eventful outing. The Danish center's play helped Washington escape despite being outshot 38-19 and 16-2 in the third period.
     Braden Holtby made 35 saves, including many in the third while the Islanders were pouring it on. Taylor Chorney and Alex Chiasson each scored his first goal of the season for the Capitals.
     New York's Anders Lee scored twice and John Tavares got his 12th goal of the season, one behind Tampa Bay's Nikita Kucherov for the NHL lead. Jaroslav Halak made 15 saves.
     Other finals from around the league:
     - Sean Kuraly scored his first career goal to snap a tie midway through the third period, sending the Boston Bruins to a 2-1 victory over the Vegas Golden Knights. Kuraly got to a rebound during a scrum in front of the Vegas net after a shot by Torey Krug with 10:07 left, restoring Boston's lead and helping the Bruins to avoid being swept by the expansion Golden Knights in their inaugural season.
     - Mark Stone had a goal and an assist and Craig Anderson made 24 saves in the Ottawa Senators' 3-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings. Alex Burrows and Nate Thompson also scored to help the Senators rebound from an 8-3 home loss to Montreal on Monday night.
     - J.T. Miller scored 1:19 into overtime and the New York Rangers beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1. Miller skated around defenseman Anton Stralman and beat Andrei Vasilevskiy. New York also got a goal from Chris Kreider, and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 27 shots
     - Oliver Bjorkstrand and Josh Anderson each scored twice to lift the Columbus Blue Jackets over the Florida Panthers 7-3. Boone Jenner, Tyler Motte and Markus Hannikainen also had goals for the Blue Jackets, and Sergei Bobrovsky made 31 saves. The Panthers lost their third straight.
     - Matt Cullen scored his first goal of the season on his 41st birthday, giving the sputtering Minnesota Wild a welcome spark on the way to a 6-3 victory over the Montreal Canadiens. Cullen added an assist during Minnesota's three-goal first period. Nino Niederreiter and Tyler Ennis also scored to send struggling Montreal goalie Carey Price into the first intermission with a 3-0 deficit. The Wild have won six straight games against the Canadiens, outscoring them 25-9.
     - Mark Scheifele had a hat trick, Patrik Laine scored his first goal in five games and the Winnipeg Jets beat the Dallas Stars 5-2 to extend their points streak to six games. The Jets have won three straight to improve to 6-3-2. They are 4-0-2 on the points streak.
     - Michal Neuvirth made 33 saves and Brandon Manning broke a scoreless tie with a second-period goal to lead the Philadelphia Flyers over the St. Louis Blues 2-0. Claude Giroux added an empty-net goal with 5.4 seconds left in Philadelphia's first shutout of the season.
     - Benoit Pouliut had two goals and an assist, and the Buffalo Sabres held off Arizona's furious late charge to beat the Coyotes 5-4. Kyle Okposo had a goal and an assist to help the Sabres build a 5-1 lead in the third period in a battle of the worst teams from each conference. But Arizona scored three goals in the final eight minutes, pulling within one on Christian Dvorak's goal with an extra attacker and 52 seconds left.
     - Semyon Varlamov stopped a career-high 57 shots, Blake Comeau scored the first of Colorado's three second-period goals over a 3:33 span and the Avalanche beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-3. Gabriel Landeskog and Mikko Rantanen also scored in the second for Colorado. Carl Soderberg added a goal, and Patrik Nemeth got his first NHL goal as the Avalanche improved to 5-1 at home.
     - Mark Giordano scored 2:19 into overtime, Mike Smith made 43 saves and the Calgary Flames beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1. Giordano fired a perfect shot over Tristan Jarry's glove off a pass by Matthew Tkachuk. Sean Monahan also scored for Calgary, which is 2-1-0 during a seven-game homestand. Patric Hornqvist had a goal for Pittsburgh.
     - Tyler Toffoli scored two goals, Michael Amadio got his first NHL goal and the Los Angeles Kings beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-3 on Thursday night for their eighth victory in 10 games. Amadio, Michael Cammalleri and Trevor Lewis scored during a three-goal first period for the Kings. Jonathan Quick made 33 saves as they pulled even with St. Louis atop the Western Conference standings in their impressive start to the season. Los Angeles was up 5-0 late in the second period before Auston Matthews scored on his first career penalty shot.

     HOUSTON (AP) - Houston began welcoming the World Series champion Astros as heroes immediately after their charter flight landed at Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport.
     Water cannons on airport firetrucks sprayed a victory arch of water over the team plane after it landed about 6:15 p.m. Thursday. Fans and media were kept at a distance from the jet as it taxied to a cargo tarmac, where the Astros boarded buses headed to Minute Maid Park.
     The celebration continues Friday with a 2 p.m. victory parade through downtown Houston that will end with a rally on the City Hall steps, where Mayor Sylvester Turner will pay tribute to the team.
     All classes in the Houston school district school have been canceled for the day.

     LOS ANGELES (AP) - Police say the home of Los Angeles Dodgers star Yasiel Puig was burglarized while his team was losing the World Series.
     Police say officers answered a burglary alarm at the Encino, California, home Wednesday evening and found a smashed window with several items taken. There's no word on the value of the items.
     Puig was at Dodger Stadium, where the team lost Game 7 to Houston 5-1.
     Puig bought the home about a month ago.
     Earlier this year, burglars hit Puig's Sherman Oaks, California, home and stole about $170,000 in jewelry and other items while he was at spring training in Arizona.
     In other MLB news:
     - The Washington Nationals are hiring Kevin Long as hitting coach. He replaces Rick Schu. Long has been the hitting coach for the New York Mets over the past three seasons. Before that, he held that job with the New York Yankees from 2007-14. Earlier Thursday, the Nationals introduced new manager Dave Martinez.
     - Outfielder Justin Upton is staying with the Los Angeles Angels. The Angels say their late-season trade acquisition has agreed to a new five-year, $106 million contract.  The Angels acquired him on Aug. 31 from the Detroit Tigers.
     - The Boston Red Sox have hired Tony La Russa to serve as a vice president and special assistant on its baseball operations staff. He'll work under Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski in all areas of baseball operations.
     - The Detroit Tigers are adding Chris Bosio as their pitching coach and keeping Lloyd McClendon as hitting coach. Bosio spent the previous six seasons as pitching coach for the Chicago Cubs. New manager Ron Gardenhire is also keeping Dave Clark as third base coach. Rick Anderson will be the team's bullpen coach, Phil Clark an assistant hitting coach, Steve Liddle the bench coach, Ramon Santiago the first base coach and Joe Vavra a quality control coach.
     - Minnesota Twins slugger Miguel Sano will undergo surgery for a persistent leg injury that knocked him out for six weeks during the season. He is scheduled for surgery Nov. 13 in New York.
     - The Seattle Mariners have declined 2018 contract options on right-handed pitchers Hisashi Iwakuma and Yovani Gallardo, making both free agents. Seattle also claimed utility man Andrew Romine off waivers from Detroit and reinstated pitchers David Phelps and Drew Smyly from the 60-day DL.
     - Geovany Soto's $3 million option was declined by the Chicago White Sox, making the catcher eligible for free agency. . The 34-year-old Soto missed most of last season because of a right elbow injury that required surgery and batted .190 in 13 games.

     STANFORD, Calif. (AP) - K.J. Costello will start at quarterback for No. 18 Stanford this week at No. 25 Washington State.
     Coach David Shaw said Thursday that Costello will replace Keller Chryst for Saturday's key game in the Pac-12 North.
     Costello completed 15 of 24 passes for 173 yards and a touchdown in a 34-24 win over Arizona State on Sept. 30 in his only previous start. Costello has completed 44 of 67 passes for 517 yards with four TDs and no interceptions this season.
     Chryst had started 13 of the past 14 games for the Cardinal but has completed just 53.8 percent of his passes this season with eight touchdowns and four interceptions.
     Stanford can clinch the Pac-12 North with wins against Washington State and Washington the next two weeks.


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