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The Christmas message is that there is hope for a ruined humanity–hope of pardon, hope of peace with God, hope of glory–because at the Father's will Jesus became poor, and was born in a stable so that thirty years later He might hang on a cross.

- J.I. Packer

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K-HEART SPORTS - MONDAY - 11/07/16 - MORNING EDITION

The quarterfinal round of Class B Volleyball Tournaments will be held today....

    MINOT, ND - The quarterfinal round of Class B Volleyball Tournaments will be held today.

 
High School Volleyball
    Class B

    Region 6 Tournament - Minot Auditorium
        First Round
            D12-1 Our Redeemer's vs D11-4 Bottineau, 3 pm
            D11-2 TGU vs D12-3 Des Lacs-Burlington, 25 min after
            D11-1 Rugby vs D12-4 Lewis & Clark, 25 min after
            D12-2 Bishop Ryan vs D11-3 Velva-Sawyer, 25 min after

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    Region 8 Tournament - Watford City
        First Round
            D16-1 Kenmare vs D15-4 Alexander, 3 pm
            D15-2 Parshall vs D16-3 Ray, 25 min after
            D15-1 Watford City vs D16-4 Stanley, 25 min after
            D16-2 Powers Lake vs D15-3 Trinity Christian, 25 min after

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    Region 7 Tournament - Dickinson Trinity
        Quarterfinal
            #1 Dickinson Trinity vs #8 Glen Ullin-Hebron, 2 pm
            #4 Heart River vs #5 Beulah, 25 min after
            #2 Hettinger-Scranton vs #7 Mott-Regent, 25 min after
            #3 Hazen vs #6 New England, 25 min after

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    Region 5 Tournament - Washburn
        Quarterfinal
            #1 Shiloh Christian vs #8 New Salem-Almont, 3 pm
            #4 Wilton-Wing vs #5 Underwood, 25 min after
            #2 Flasher vs #7 Garrison-Max, 25 min after
            #3 Center-Stanton vs #6 Grant County, 25 min after

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    Region 4 Tournament - Devils Lake
        Quarterfinal
            #1 North Star vs #9 Dunseith, 3 pm
            #4 Harvey-Wells County vs #5 Benson County, 25 min after
            #2 Langdon vs #7 St John, 25 min after
            #3 New Rockford-Sheyenne vs #6 Dakota Prairie, 25 min after

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    MINOT, ND - Minnesota State-Mankato won the Northern Sun Conference Womens Soccer Tournament yesterday at Herb Parker Stadium here in Minot defeateding Augustana 1-0.

    Chloe Melton and Ninfa Ramirez of Minot State were named to the NSIC All-Tournament team.  The Beavers lost to Augustana in the semifinals on Saturday in double overtime.  They'll find out if their season continues today when the NCAA will make its regional selections at 5 pm Central Time.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Matthew Stafford threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate, who vaulted into the end zone in overtime to give the Detroit Lions a 22-16 victory over the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.
 
     After Matt Prater kicked a 58-yard field goal as time expired to force overtime, Tate finished the opening drive when he ran through arm tackles by Xavier Rhodes and Harrison Smith and leaped in for the winning score.
 
     Stafford completed 23 of 36 passes for 219 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for the Lions (5-4), who have won four of their past five games. Tate had 11 catches for 79 yards.
 
     Sam Bradford completed 31 of 40 passes for 273 yards and a touchdown for the Vikings (5-3), who started the season 5-0 but have imploded since coming out of the bye. Stefon Diggs had a career-high 13 catches for 80 yards.
 
     Tyrunn Walker blocked a field goal, Kerry Hyder had two sacks and the Lions stuffed the Vikings on fourth-and-1 at the Detroit 5-yard line in the fourth quarter to keep them in position to rally late.
 
     The Vikings took a 16-13 lead with 23 seconds to play on a 1-yard run by Rhett Ellison, but Stafford hit Seth Roberts for 27 yards to set up Prater's game-tying kick.
 
     Having won their previous four games by a combined 11 points, being in a nail-biter was nothing new for these Lions.
 
     In overtime, Stafford hit Eric Ebron for 17 yards on third-and-3, Marvin Jones drew a pass interference call on Rhodes and Tate polished off the stunner with a hard-nosed catch-and-run down the sideline.
 
     Vikings kicker Blair Walsh had steadied himself over the previous few weeks after shaky start to the season. But the struggles returned on Sunday. He missed his third extra point of the season - most in the NFL - when he hit the right upright in the third quarter, a miss that prevented the Vikings from tying the score at 10.
 
     Then his 46-yard try in the fourth quarter was blocked by Tyrunn Walker on a kick that appeared to be headed the wrong way from the moment it left his foot.
 
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     GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - Frank Gore rushed for two touchdowns, Jordan Todman had a tone-setting 99-yard return on the opening kickoff and the Indianapolis Colts held on late for a 31-26 win on Sunday over the Green Bay Packers.
 
     Andrew Luck shook off two interceptions in the first quarter to finish with 281 yards passing and a touchdown. The Colts, who had allowed an NFL-worst 31 sacks coming into the game, gave their quarterback decent protection.
 
     Indianapolis (4-5) heads into a bye week with a confidence-building victory after surviving a vintage Aaron Rodgers comeback.
 
     His 3-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb with 3:29 left got Green Bay (4-4) within five, capping a 14-point spurt in 4-plus minutes.
 
     Rodgers finished 26 of 43 for 297 yards with three scores and an interception.
 
     Familiar problems surfaced early for the Packers, who lost their second straight game. The offense had trouble getting going until the frantic fourth quarter. But the defense gave up at least 30 points for a second straight game, and special teams also hurt them.
 
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     EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Eli Manning threw for four touchdowns and New York's defense had two interceptions and three stops on fourth downs to beat Philadelphia 28-23 on Sunday.
 
     The Giants (5-3) won their third straight game, holding off the Eagles (4-4 after a 3-0 start) after Manning was intercepted with less than two minutes to go.
 
     Two of Manning's touchdowns went to Odell Beckham Jr., with the others to Roger Lewis Jr. and Sterling Shepard.
 
     It was a game marked by big plays on offense - six of more than 30 yards in the first half alone- and defense (four interceptions) and special teams (Jason Pierre-Paul's block of a field goal, Darren Sproles' 66-yard punt return). Most of Sunday, it was a mismatch of Manning and his receiving corps against a sieve of an Eagles secondary. New York picked on every Philly defensive back, with the biggest Leodis McKelvin, no matter who he tried to cover.
 
     Less than two minutes in, Landon Collins made his third interception in the last two games; he had one pick as a rookie last year. Manning found Beckham on a slant after McKelvin failed to bump him at the line, and Beckham surged into the end zone for a 26-yard score.
 
     Andrew Adams, a rookie safety from UConn, had no interceptions in his previous five games. He sure knew what to do with the ball after hauling in Carson Wentz's high pass moments later, returning it 19 yards. Manning hit Lewis three plays later after McKelvin and Jaylen Watkins collided and it was 14-0.
 
     Manning's third TD throw came on a 1-yard jump ball to Beckham over McKelvin to make it 21-10.
 
     Wentz looked like a rookie from an FCS school in the first half, often appearing befuddled by coverages. Twice, the Eagles failed on short fourth downs while in field goal range. But he came out of halftime a different player, quickly guiding the Eagles 70 yards to Kenjon Barner's 3-yard TD run.
 
     Manning, though, was just as precise and decisive on the ensuing drive, capped by his fourth TD throw, 32 yards to rookie Shepard. That gave Manning his first four-TD game since Game 14 last season.
 
     Wentz remained much sharper in the second half, leading the Eagles to two field goals by Caleb Sturgis. But Philly went 3 for 15 on third downs, 1 for 4 on fourth downs.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - In perhaps the biggest NFL game in Oakland since the team went to the Super Bowl following the 2002 season, the Raiders came up big.
 
     Latavius Murray ran for 114 yards and three touchdowns and the Raiders showed they were ready for prime time, beating the defending Super Bowl champion Denver Broncos 30-20.
 
     The 7-2 Raiders took over sole possession of first place in the AFC West. The loss dropped the 6-3 Broncos into third place in the division, a half-game back of Kansas City. Derek Carr threw for 184 yards with no interceptions.
 
     In other Week 9 action:
 
     - Dak Prescott, the outstanding rookie quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys, threw three touchdown passes in a 35-10 win over the winless Cleveland Browns.  Fellow rookie Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 92 yards and scored twice in the win, the seventh straight for Prescott and the Cowboys since losing the season opener. The defeat leaves Cleveland winless in nine games this season. The Browns have dropped a franchise-record 12 straight games going back to last season and in their last 30 games are 3-27.
 
     - In an NFC East battle Eli Manning threw for four touchdowns and the New York defense had two interceptions and three stops on fourth downs to beat the Eagles 28-23. The Giants have won three in a row and are now in second place in the division behind the 7-1 Cowboys. After starting the season 3-0, the Eagles have dropped to 4-4. Two of Manning's touchdowns went to Odell Beckham Jr., with the others to Roger Lewis Jr. and Sterling Shepard.
 
     - The Kansas City Chiefs improved to 6-2 with a 19-14 win over visiting Jacksonville. Nick Foles threw for 187 yards and a first-half touchdown in the victory and helped set up four field goals by Cairo Santos. The loss dropped the Jags to 2-6.
 
     - The Ravens snapped a four-game losing streak with a 21-14 win over the Steelers in a matchup of AFC North rivals. Joe Flacco threw a 95-yard touchdown pass to Mike Wallace in the win which put Baltimore into a tie with Pittsburgh for first place in the division. The game marked the return of Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger who underwent knee surgery just three weeks ago. The Steelers have lost their last three games.
 
     - Melvin Gordon ran for a career-high 196 yards and scored the go-ahead TD on a 1-yard run in the San Diego Chargers' 43-35 victory over the Tennessee Titans, who still haven't won in San Diego since 1990. Gordon leads the NFL with 11 touchdowns. Both teams are 4-5.
 
     - The Lions walked off the field with an overtime win. Matthew Stafford threw a 28-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate to secure the victory. The Lions forced the overtime session with a 58-yard field goal by Matt Prater as time expired. Stafford completed 23 of 36 passes for 219 yards, two touchdowns and an interception for the 5-4 Lions, who have won four of their past five games. For the Vikings Sam Bradford completed 31 of 40 passes for 273 yards and a touchdown. After starting the season 5-0 the Vikes have dropped three straight.
 
     - Dolphins' rookie Kenyan Drake scored untouched on a 96-yard kickoff return with 5:15 left in Miami's 27-23 win over the Jets. Dolphins running back Jay Ajayi rushed for 111 yards and helped to run out the clock after the Dolphins came from behind for the third time. The 4-4 Dolphins won their third game in a row, while New York fell deeper into last place in the AFC East at 3-6. The Jets hurt themselves with four personal foul penalties, two interceptions thrown by Ryan Fitzpatrick and numerous missed chances.
 
     - The Indianapolis Colts marched into Lambeau Field and upset the Green Bay Packers 31-26 to improve to 4-5. Andrew Luck completed 23 of 36 for 282 yards and one TD for the Colts. The Packers are 4-4.
 
     - Cam Newton endured five sacks but passed for 225 yards and a touchdown, and the Carolina Panthers' defense shut down the Los Angeles Rams, 13-10. Greg Olsen caught a touchdown pass in the first half. Both teams are 3-5.
 
     - Drew Brees threw for 323 yards and a pair of touchdown passes to Michael Thomas and another to Mark Ingram as the New Orleans Saints beat the lowly San Francisco 49ers 41-23. Ingram also ran for a 75-yard score as the 4-4 Saints got back in the NFC South race. The Niners are 1-7.
 
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     FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Carl Edwards got the victory he desperately needed to earn a championship-contending spot in the NASCAR Sprint Cup finale, winning at Texas in a race shorted by 41 laps because of rain after the start had been delayed nearly six hours. With his fourth career win at Texas, Edwards joined Jimmie Johnson as drivers locked into championship-contending spots in Homestead. That leaves two spots up for grabs next Sunday at Phoenix.
 
     Edwards entered the second-to-last race before the Nov. 22 season finale eighth in points among the drivers still eligible for the championship. His three Joe Gibbs Racing teammates are among the six other drivers still in contention, and clearly not all of them can advance.
 
     Light rain had already been falling, and plenty more was on the radar around the track, when the caution came out with 45 laps remaining of the originally scheduled 334-lap race. All the cars were brought to pit road four laps later, and it was only a few more minutes before NASCAR declared the race over and official.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Utah's Gordon Hayward had a good start to the season. He scored 28 points in New York as the Jazz beat the Knicks 114-109. Teammate George Hill added 23 points and nine assists in the win. Hayward had been sidelined since breaking his right ring finger in training camp. He led the team in scoring last season, averaging nearly 20 points per game. For the Knicks, who have lost three of four, Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis each scored 28.  
 
     In other NBA:
 
     - DeMarcus Cousins had 22 points and 14 rebounds, Rudy Gay scored 23 against his former team and the Sacramento Kings surprised the Toronto Raptors 96-91. He 3-5 Kings end a four-game losing streak.
 
     - Emmanuel Mudiay scored 24 of his season-high 30 points in the opening quarter, helping the Denver Nuggets to a a 123-107 win over Boston.
 
     - Dallas outscored Milwaukee 12-1 in overtime and beat the Bucks 86-75. Harrison Barnes was high man for the Mavs with 34 points and eight rebounds. Greg Monroe had 14 points and 12 rebounds for the Bucks.
 
     - CJ McCollum matched his career high with 37 points, scoring 16 points in the fourth quarter to help the Portland Trail Blazers beat the Memphis Grizzlies 100-94.
 
     -  The L.A. Lakers edged over the .500 mark at 4-3 by beating Phoenix 119-108. Nick Young had 22 for the Lakers. Devin Booker had 39 in a losing cause for the Suns.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Robby Fabbri and Jori Lehtera each scored in the first 3:35 and the St. Louis Blues beat the Colorado Avalanche 5-1. St. Louis entered with 26 goals in 12 games this season and hadn't scored more than two goals in any of its past six games. The Blues have won 10 of their last 12 games against Colorado.
 
     In other Sunday hockey:
 
     - Michael Cammalleri got his first three goals of the season, lifting the New Jersey Devils over the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1 for their first road victory. It's the sixth career hat trick for Cammalleri.
 
     - J.T. Miller, Jesper Fast and Pavel Buchnevich scored 4:04 apart late in the second period to lead the New York Rangers over the Winnipeg Jets 5-2 for their fifth straight victory.
 
     - Marian Hossa scored at 4:31 of overtime, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Dallas Stars 4-3 for their sixth consecutive victory.
 
     - Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored a go-ahead goal late in the second period on an assist from Connor McDavid, giving the Edmonton Oilers a 2-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings.
 
     - Ryan Kesler scored twice and the Anaheim Ducks downed Calgary 4-1.
 
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     LAS VEGAS (AP) - Rod Pampling won for the first time in 10 years on the PGA Tour when he closed with a 6-under 65 for a two-shot victory in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. The 47-year-old Australian last won on the PGA Tour at Bay Hill in 2006. Brooks Koepka closed with a 67 to finish second.
 
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     RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Scott McCarron defeated Tom Byrum in a playoff to claim the Champions Tour Dominion Charity Classic in Richmond, Virginia. They finished regulation tied at 13-under and on the first playoff hole McCarron shot a birdie to Byrum's par. The top 36 in the tournament advance to the Charles Schwab Cup Championship next week.
 
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     IBARAKI, Japan (AP) - China's Shanshan Feng edged South Korea's Ha Na Jang by a stroke to win the LPGA event in Japan. She has won the last two stops on the tour. The 27-year-old Chinese star closed with a double-bogey 6 to win by the one shot. The event was the last of six straight tournaments in Asia.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The top six spots in the weekly Associated Press poll remain the same this week as last. That means Alabama remains No. 1 with Michigan ranked second, Clemson third, Washington fourth, Louisville fifth and Ohio State sixth.
 
     Texas A&M had been ranked fourth in the first College Football Playoff rating released last week. The Aggies were losers to Mississippi State and have dropped from No. 7 to No. 10 in the AP poll.
 
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     DENVER (AP) - A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Bud Black has been hired as manager of the Colorado Rockies. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday night because the move had not yet been announced.
 
     Black takes over for Walt Weiss, who stepped down last month when his contract expired after four years in charge of the Rockies. The 59-year-old Black managed the San Diego Padres for nearly nine seasons before he was fired in June 2015. He compiled a 649-713 record. He was NL Manager of the Year in 2010.
 
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     CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Cubs have declined 15-game winner Jason Hammel's option for the 2017 season, opening a spot in their rotation and making the right-hander one of the top starters on the free-agent market. The World Series champions declined the $12 million option, and Hammel gets a $2 million buyout.
 
     The 34-year-old Hammel went 15-10 with a 3.83 ERA in 30 starts this year. The 6-foot-6 right-hander is 33-22 with a 3.59 ERA in 78 starts over two stints with the Cubs.
 
     Hammel did not pitch in the playoffs. Mike Montgomery will likely fill Hammel's spot in the Cubs rotation.
 

 

 

 

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