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K-HEART SPORTS - SATURDAY - 01/13/18 - MORNING EDITION

Des Lacs-Burlington turned a twelve point lead after three quarters into a 23 point win, 66-43, over L&C-Berthold last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart....

    MINOT, ND - Des Lacs-Burlington turned a twelve point lead after three quarters into a 23 point win, 66-43, over L&C-Berthold last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. The Lakers led 47-35 at the end of the third and then outscored the Bombers 19-8 in the fourth to secure the win.

    Aaron Grandy tallied 15 points for DLB while Josh Knutson added 14 and Eddie White Bear 12. Tommy Burke scored a game-high 20 points for the Bombers with Cole Erickson adding 10.

    Des Lacs-Burlington improves to 7-3 (1-0 District 12). L&C-Berthold falls to 3-6 (0-1 District 12).

    More high school basketball comes your way today on K-Heart as Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood plays at Velva in a boy/girl doubleheader. The boys are set to start around 3 pm with girls to follow about 4:30 pm. Both games can be heard on 106.9 K-Heart and online at www.khrt.com.

    Other results from the area:

High School Boys Basketball
    Class A
            West Fargo Sheyenne 97, (1) Fargo Davies 82
            (2) West Fargo 64, Fargo North 59
            (4) Mandan 69, (5) Minot 66
            Bismarck St. Mary's 84, Turtle Mountain 78
            Jamestown 71, Dickinson 60

    Class B
            (1) Bishop Ryan 81, Surrey 23
            (2) Stanley 62, Westhope-Newburg 26
            Four Winds-Minnewaukan 71, (3) Hillsboro-Central Valley 67
            (5) Grafton 67, North Border 43
            (7) Thompson 72, Drayton-Valley-Edinburg 44
            Bottineau 58, Velva 52
            Benson County 73, Harvey-Wells County 62
            Rolla 48, Drake-Anamoose 27
            Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 57, Washburn 55
            Center-Stanton 53, Max 46
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 64, Glenburn 44
            Powers Lake 64, Nedrose 25
            Kenmare 72, Parshall 52
            Lewis & Clark-North Shore 72, Trinity Christian 41
            Burke County 61, Ray 49


High School Girls Basketball
    Class A
            (2) Bismarck St. Mary's 101, Turtle Mountain 56
            (5) Grand Forks Red River 68, (3) Fargo Shanley 57
            (4) Fargo Davies 76, West Fargo Sheyenne 65
            Jamestown 69, Dickinson 37

    Class B
            (3) Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 51, North Star 34
            (4) LaMoure-Litchville-Marion 64, Barnes County North 22
            (7) Carrington 63, Central Cass 33
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 44, Glenburn 41
            Lewis & Clark-North Shore 49, Trinity Christian 35
            Center-Stanton 65, Max 16
            Washburn 54, Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 33


High School Boys Hockey
            Minot 5, Jamestown 1
            Bottineau-Rugby 3, Williston 2
            Bismarck High 8, Devils Lake 0


High School Girls Hockey
            Minot 4, Dickinson 1
            Bismarck 5, Mandan 0


High School Gymnastics
    Julie Ziegler Memorial Meet - Bismarck
            1. Dickinson 146.775
            2. Bismarck High 142.325
            3. Jamestown 135.625
            4. Bismarck Legacy 133.475
            5. Valley City 133.175
            6. Minot 131.750
            7. Mandan 102.250
            8. Bismarck Century 68.250


High School Wrestling
            Mandan 51, Bismarck St. Mary's 26
            Bismarck Legacy 51, Williston 21


College Mens Basketball
            Minot State 91, Minnesota State-Mankato 83 OT


College Womens Basketball
            Minnesota State-Mankato 72, Minot State 54


College Mens Hockey
            Minot State 6, Arizona State 1
            North Dakota 5, Bemidji State 1


NAHL Hockey
            Minnesota Wilderness 3, Minot Minotauros 1
            Aberdeen Wings 5, Bismarck Bobcats 2

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Karl-Anthony Towns fell one assist shy of his second career triple-double, scoring 23 points and grabbing 15 rebounds in the Minnesota Timberwolves' 118-108 victory over the New York Knicks on Friday night.
 
     Taj Gibson added 17 points and Andrew Wiggins had 16 for Minnesota. The Timberwolves shot 56.7 percent (38 of 67) over the final three quarters to come from behind and win their fourth game in a row and 11th of 14 overall.
 
     Kristaps Porzingis scored 17 points for New York. Porzingis was 3 of 5 from 3-point territory but 3 of 14 from inside the arc. Enes Kanter had his 18th double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds, but the Knicks lost for the ninth time in 11 games.
 
     After impressive wins against New Orleans, Cleveland and Oklahoma City to start a five-game homestand, the Timberwolves had to work against the struggling Knicks. New York led much of the second half and entered the fourth with the lead before Minnesota went on an 18-4 run to seize control.
 
     The Knicks were the hot-shooting team in the first half. New York hit 60.5 percent from the field in the opening 24 minutes and led by as many as eight points.
 
     Towns scored the first five points of the second half and slowly the Wolves' defense recovered. Minnesota used a 14-4 run to start the second half and take the lead.
 
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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Twins have agreed to a $4.85 million, one-year deal with infielder Eduardo Escobar, avoiding arbitration. The Twins also reached one-year agreements with infielder Ehire Adrianza ($1 million), outfielder Robbie Grossman ($2 million) and right-handers Trevor May ($650,000) and Ryan Pressly ($1.6 million).
 
     Right-hander Kyle Gibson is the lone Minnesota player still eligible for arbitration. He's asking for $4.55 million and the team is offering $4.2 million.
 
     Escobar started last year in a utility role and wound up providing the Twins a steady bat and glove when circumstances forced him into an everyday spot in the lineup. After taking over at third base for the final six weeks when Miguel Sano was injured, the 5-foot-10, 185-pound Escobar finished with a career-high 21 home runs.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Cleveland Cavaliers have followed a pair of blowout losses by squandering a 22-point, first-half lead. The Cavs were outscored 84-61 over the final three quarters of their seventh loss in nine games, 97-95 at Indiana.
 
     Lance Stephenson had 16 points and 11 rebounds, while Darren Collison added a team-high 22 points in the Pacers' third win over Cleveland this season.
 
     LeBron James finished with 27 points, 11 assists and eight rebounds, while Kevin Love added 21 points and 10 boards for the Cavaliers. But James also stepped out of bounds with 1.7 seconds left and missed a desperation 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded.
 
     The Pacers are fourth in the NBA's Central Division at 22-20, but just four games behind the first-place Cavaliers.
 
     Meanwhile, the Warriors picked up their 11th consecutive road win despite playing a second straight game without Stephen Curry.
 
     Kevin Durant scored 26 points and the Warriors used a 13-4 run in the fourth quarter to down the Bucks 108-94. Draymond Green had 21 points for Golden State, which outscored Milwaukee 28-12 in the final period.
 
     Curry was a late scratch because of a sprained ankle.
 
     Checking out Friday's other NBA action:
 
     - Chris Paul was one of six Rockets to score in double figures as he contributed 25 points in a 112-95 win at Phoenix. Clint Capela scored 17 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for Houston, which is 4-2 since leading scorer James Harden injured a hamstring.
 
     - Karl-Anthony Towns fell one assist shy of his second career triple-double, scoring 23 points and grabbing 15 rebounds as the Timberwolves dumped the Knicks 118-108. Taj Gibson added 17 points and Andrew Wiggins had 16 to help Minnesota earn its fourth consecutive win.
 
     - Bradley Beal and John Wall each scored 30 points and the Wizards shot 57 percent in a 125-119 decision over the Magic. Ian Mahinmi finished with a season-high 17 points in Washington's first victory in three games.
 
     - Will Barton scored 17 points and the Nuggets ended their first three-game slide of the season by stifling the Grizzlies 87-78. Nikola Jokic added 14 points and nine rebounds for Denver, which played without guard Gary Harris, who was excused for personal reasons.
 
     - The Pelicans beat the Trail Blazers 119-113 as Anthony Davis scored 36 points in his return from a right ankle sprain. DeMarcus Cousins had 24 points and 19 rebounds, and Jrue Holiday scored 25 points for New Orleans.
 
     - The Hornets won for the fourth time in six games as Kemba Walker delivered 22 points and Frank Kaminsky added 16 in a 99-88 win over the Jazz. Utah lost for the 14th time in 19 games despite Donovan Mitchell's game-high 35 points.
 
     - Spencer Dinwiddie delivered the go-ahead basket with 11 seconds left and came within one rebound of a triple-double as the Nets topped the Hawks 110-105. Dinwiddie had 20 points and 10 assists, while Jahlil Okafor (jah-LIHL' OH'-kah-fohr) added 17 points off the bench to help Brooklyn halt a three-game skid.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Vancouver Canucks ended a five-game losing streak and won for only the third time in 16 tries since Dec. 17.
 
     The Canucks scored four times in the second period and turned a 1-0 deficit into a 5-2 victory at Columbus. Sven Baertschi tied the game 1:19 into the middle period before Erik Gudbranson put Vancouver ahead to stay just over four minutes later.
 
     Jacob Markstrom stopped 27 shots as Vancouver handed the Blue Jackets their sixth loss in nine games.
 
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
 
     - The Capitals pulled out a 4-3 win at Carolina on Jay Beagle's goal with 1.3 seconds left in regulation. Alex Ovechkin scored his team-high 28th goal, set up the game-winner and had three points as Washington stretched its lead in the Metropolitan Division to six points over the Blue Jackets.
 
     - The Blackhawks nipped the Jets 2-1 as Jeff Glass stopped 31 shots and Anthony Duclair collected one assist in his Chicago debut. Rookie David Kampf notched his first NHL goal and set up Jan Rutta for the eventual game-winner later in the second period.
 
     - The Flames earned their sixth straight win by scoring three straight goals in the second period of a 4-2 verdict over the Panthers. Sean Monahan, Matthew Tkachuk and Mikael Backlund each had a goal and an assist to back David Rittich, who handled 41 shots.
 
     - Darnell Nurse scored twice while the Oilers were netting the last four goals in a 4-2 victory at Arizona. Nurse scored the go-ahead goal four minutes into the third period and Connor McDavid had two assists as Edmonton won for only the second time in nine games.
 
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     MIAMI (AP) - Heat forward Dion Waiters has finally given in to season-ending surgery on his left ankle after hoping to recover through rest and therapy. No timetable for his return was announced, though Waiters has previously said he was told it might take eight to 10 months to recover from such a procedure. He considered surgery after missing the last 13 games of last season, but decided against it because he would not have been ready for the start of this season.
 
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     TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - The NHL-best Tampa Bay Lightning have lost All-Star defenseman Victor Hedman for three to six weeks with a lower-body injury.
 
     Tests on Friday confirmed the severity of the injury, which looked like it might have been much worse when Hedman was helped from the ice following a knee-to-knee collision with Calgary's Garnet Hathaway on Thursday night.
 
     Hedman, third in Norris Trophy balloting last season, has six goals and 27 assists in 44 games.
 
     The Lightning, who have a league-best record of 31-10-3, don't play again until hosting Las Vegas on Thursday.
 
     In other NHL news:
 
     - Tristan Jarry will serve as the Penguins' No. 1 netminder while Matt Murray tends to a personal matter in Canada. Coach Mike Sullivan said Friday that Murray will miss at least one game and will be given "as much time as he needs."
 
     - Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano has agreed to a three-year, $9.75 million extension through the 2020-21 season. Cogliano hasn't missed a game in his entire 11-season NHL career, playing 829 consecutive games for Edmonton and Anaheim. His ironman streak is the fourth-longest in NHL history and the longest active streak in the league.
 
     - Tom Dundon has been introduced as the new majority owner of the Hurricanes, the team with the NHL's longest active postseason drought at eight years. The 46-year-old Dallas billionaire says he values "winning more than money," but adds that "it doesn't mean I want to burn it." Dundon bought controlling interesting in the franchise from longtime owner Peter Karmanos Jr., who will retain a minority ownership interest.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - A pair of major league third basemen set major league contract records while accepting one-year deals Friday.
 
     Josh Donaldson and the Blue Jays have worked out a $23 million package that is the largest one-year deal for an arbitration-eligible player. The 32-year-old Donaldson received a $6 million raise after hitting .270 with 33 home runs and 78 RBIs in 113 games.
 
     Donaldson is a three-time All-Star and winner of the 2015 AL MVP award.
 
     Kris Bryant and the Cubs hammered out a $10.85 million contract, the biggest for a first-year, arbitration-eligible player. Bryant made just over $1 million last season while batting .295 with 29 home runs and 73 RBIs. He came away with the 2016 NL MVP after leading the Cubs to their first World Series title in 108 years.
 
     Donaldson and Bryant were among a few high-profile players to avoid arbitration and accept one-year packages.
 
     Astros starter Dallas Keuchel agreed to a $13.2 million deal for this year after helping Houston capture to its first World Series title. Pitchers Lance McCullers and Brad Peacock also settled on a deal, as did catcher Evan Gattis.
 
     Rockies outfielder Charlie Blackmon has worked out a $14 million pact, months after winning the NL batting championship. The 31-year-old Blackmon hit .331 with 37 home runs and 104 RBIs.
 
     Third baseman Manny Machado will get $16 million from the Orioles, who will shell out $12 million to closer Zach Britton. Machado had 33 homers and 95 RBIs in 2017, while Britton saved 15 games and posted a 2.89 ERA.
 
     Nationals third baseman Anthony Rendon (rehn-DOHN') more than doubled his salary going into 2018, reaching agreement on a $12.3 million contract. Rendon batted .301 with 25 homers, 100 RBIs, 41 doubles, a .403 on-base percentage and .533 slugging percentage in 2017.
 
     Shortstop Xander Bogaerts, outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. and starting pitcher Drew Pomeranz were among nine Red Sox to accept 2018 contracts. Bogaerts will make just over $7 million, Bradley is slated for $6.1 million and Pomeranz is scheduled for $8.5 million.
 
     The Yankees no longer have to worry about arbitration after working out deals with six players, including shortstop Didi Gregorius, pitcher Sonny Gray and reliever Dellin Betances. Gregorius agreed to $8.25 million for this season, Gray OK'd $6.5 million and Betances accepted $5.1 million.
 
     The Mets have reached one-year deals with starters Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard and Matt Harvey while settling with five other players, including closer Jeurys Familia and Travis d'Arnaud.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Jacksonville Jaguars are about as healthy as they could have hoped heading into the divisional round of the AFC playoffs. Linebackers Telvin Smith and Paul Posluszny practiced in full Friday. So did cornerbacks Jalen Ramsey and Aaron Colvin. The Jaguars, who are 11-6, have gotten healthy enough that they could have the same 22 starters they had in early September when they play at 13-3 Pittsburgh on Sunday.
 
     In other NFL news:
 
     - Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC divisional playoff game against Jacksonville due to an illness. Head coach Mike Tomlin says he kept Brown away from Friday's practice to prevent his illness from spreading to other players. Brown has also been dealing with a calf injury that caused him to miss Pittsburgh's last two regular-season games.
 
     - Saints receiver Brandon Coleman has been declared out of Sunday's divisional-round playoff game in Minnesota. Coleman has not practiced this week because of a neck injury. Coleman played in the wild-card round against Carolina, catching four passes for 44 yards last Sunday. He had 23 catches during the regular season for 364 yards and three touchdowns.
 
     - Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis says he will retire after next season. The 34-year-old Davis was a first-round pick in 2005 and has spent his entire career with the Panthers.
 

 


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