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The State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament finishes today at the Minot State Dome....

    MINOT, ND - The State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament finishes today at the Minot State Dome.

High School Boys Basketball
    Class B

        State Tournament - Minot State Dome
                Dickinson Trinity 47, Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 26
                Bishop Ryan 66, Stanley 60 2OT
                Hillsboro-Central Valley 66, Ellendale 41
                Four Winds-Minnewauken 72, Oak Grove 58

          Today's schedule
            7th Place
                Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky vs Stanley, 1 pm (on 106.9 K-Heart)
            5th Place
                Dickinson Trinity vs Bishop Ryan, 2:30 pm (on 106.9 K-Heart)
            3rd Place
                Ellendale vs Oak Grove, 6 pm
                Hillsboro-Central Valley vs Four Winds-Minnewauken, 8 pm            

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Austin Poganski scored the only goal of the game in the third period as North Dakota beat No. 1-ranked Denver 1-0 Friday in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference Frozen Faceoff semifinals.
     Poganski's game-winner at 2:30 of the third period extended the Fighting Hawks' (21-14-3) winning streak to a season-best five games and snapped the Pioneers' (28-7-4) winning streak at 13 games.
     UND also won five straight games to start the season.
     North Dakota's first Frozen Faceoff semifinal win after three straight losses sends it to today's final where it plays Minnesota Duluth. The Bulldogs beat the defending national champions all four games in the regular season.
     North Dakota goalie Cam Johnson made 21 saves, including a game-high nine in the third period.
     Denver goalie Tanner Jaillet had 23 stops with 10 in the second period.
     UND was 0-for-4 on the power plays, while Denver went 0-for-3.


     MIAMI (AP) - Hassan Whiteside scored 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, Tyler Johnson scored 23 off the bench and the Miami Heat downed the Minnesota Timberwolves 123-105 on Friday night.
     Goran Dragic scored 19 points and added 10 assists for Miami, which lost Dion Waiters to an ankle injury in the second quarter but moved to 23-5 in its last 28 games overall and 15-1 in its last 16 at home.
     James Johnson scored 17 for the Heat, who never trailed and put the game away with a 15-2 run in the fourth quarter.
     Karl-Anthony Towns had 31 points and 11 rebounds for the Timberwolves, who were 21 for 22 from the foul line. Andrew Wiggins scored 25 points and Ricky Rubio added 20 for Minnesota.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Terence Newman wasn't ready to be done with the NFL, mentally or physically, but the desire to continue his career was only as good as a team's interest in him. The Minnesota Vikings were more than willing to re-sign the sage cornerback for a 15th season in the league. All this required, really, was an honest conversation between Newman and coach Mike Zimmer.

     UNDATED (AP) - Southern California and Rhode Island have become the second and third No. 11 seeds to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. And tenth-seeded Wichita State made it five double-digit seeds reaching Round 2.
     Sixth seed SMU had won 16 in a row until Elijah Stewart led the 11th-seeded Trojans to a 66-65 triumph over the Mustangs in Tulsa. Stewart delivered 22 points, including a game-winning 3-pointer after the Trojans trailed by as many as 10 in the second half.
     Bennie Boatright and Chimezie Metu each added 14 for USC.
     The Mustangs lost despite Semi Ojeleye's (SHEH'-mee OH'-zhah-layz) 24 points and 10 rebounds.
     Jeff Dowtin went 10-for-10 from the line and scored a career-high 23 points as the Rams surprised No. 6 Creighton, 84-72 in Sacramento. Kuran Iverson scored 17 points and Hassan Martin had 12 points and eight rebounds in the Rams' first NCAA tourney win in 19 years.
     The Shockers earned their 16th straight win by holding Dayton to a season-low 31 percent shooting in a 64-58 win against the Flyers at Indianapolis. Zach Brown's 3-pointer put Wichita State up 51-45 with 5:38 left, the biggest lead by either team up to that point. Landry Shamet had 13 points for the winners.
     Third seed Baylor was a winner in Tulsa as Al Freeman came off the bench to score 21 points in a 91-73 romp over New Mexico State. Jo Lual-Acuil scored 16 points and Johnathan Motley added 15 and 10 rebounds as the Bears avoided a third straight first-round exit.
     Baylor and Southern Cal will meet on Sunday.
     Kansas has cruised into the second round at Tulsa as Frank Mason III contributed 22 points and eight assists to a 100-62 pounding of UC Davis. Josh Jackson chipped in 17 points on 8-for-12 shooting to help the Jayhawks win their opening game of the tournament for the 11th consecutive year.
     Kansas closed the half on a 29-7 run to lead 50-28.
     The Jayhawks have a Sunday clash with the Michigan State Spartans, who got 19 points from Nick Ward in an easy 78-58 victory against Miami. Miles Bridges had 18 points for the Spartans, who trailed by 12 before going on a 20-2 spurt in the first half.
     No. 3 Oregon sailed into the second round as Tyler Dorsey poured in 24 points to lead a 93-77 rout of Iona in Sacramento. Dillon Brooks and Payton Pritchard scored 16 points apiece for the Ducks, who shot 64 percent and led by as many as 27.
     Oregon's next opponent is Rhode Island.
     Cincinnati also advanced in Sacramento as Troy Caupain dropped in 23 points and Kyle Washington added 16 to highlight a 75-61 win against Kansas State. The Bearcats hit their first nine shots and shot 62 percent for the game.
     Cincinnati's next foe will be the third-seeded UCLA Bruins, who rode T.J. Leaf's 23 points to a 97-80 triumph over Kent State. Thomas Welsh provided 16 points for the Bruins, one more than teammates Lonzo Ball and Aaron Holiday.
     In Greenville, South Carolina, Justin Jackson scored 19 of his 21 points by halftime as No. 1 seed North Carolina ripped Texas Southern, 103-64. Jackson finished 8 of 13 from the field and 5 of 8 from 3-point range with seven rebounds. Isaiah Hicks added 17 points and Kennedy Meeks had 13 for the Tar Heels.
     Jaylen Barford hit the go-ahead layup with 57.8 seconds left to help No. 8 Arkansas hold off Seton Hall 77-71. Barford contributed 12 of his 20 points after halftime, including a pair of game-clinching free throws with 18.3 seconds remaining.
     The Razorbacks will face North Carolina on Sunday.
     Duke is 34-7 in NCAA openers after Grayson Allen had 21 points off five 3-pointers to send the second-seeded Blue Devils past Troy, 87-65 at Greenville. Jayson Tatum had 18 points and 12 rebounds for Duke, which drained 10 3-pointers in the opening half.
     South Carolina has a Sunday meeting with Duke. Sindarius Thornwell had 29 points and 11 rebounds to help the seventh-seeded Gamecocks earn a 93-73 win over Marquette. P.J. Dozier finished with 21 points in South Carolina's first NCAA Tournament win in 44 years.
     At Indianapolis, Mangok Mathiang scored 18 points and Deng Adel added 16 to highlight second-seeded Louisville's 78-63 dismantling of Jacksonville State at Indianapolis. Quentin Snider also had 16 points for the Cardinals, who put together a 17-6 run bridging the halves to take a 15-point lead.
     Michigan moved into the second round at Indianapolis as Derrick Walton Jr. scored 26 points for the seventh-seeded Wolverines in a 92-91 win against Oklahoma State. Michigan hit 16 3-pointers to set a school record for an NCAA Tournament game, but the Wolverines trailed 64-62 before going on a 14-4 run.
     Louisville and Michigan will square off on Sunday before Kentucky takes on Wichita State.
     Bam Adebayo helped the Wildcats advance by scoring 15 points and grabbing 18 rebounds in a tougher-than-expected 79-70 victory over Northern Kentucky. Malik Monk nailed four free throws in the final 35 seconds and finished with 12 points in Kentucky's 12th consecutive win.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Boston Celtics still top the NBA's Atlantic Division by four games over Toronto after holding off the Nets in Brooklyn. Jae Crowder scored nine of his 24 points late in the fourth quarter as the Celtics pulled out a 98-95 victory against the NBA's worst team. Avery Bradley finished with 16 points, while Al Horford added 14 and eight rebounds.
     The Celts won their third in a row despite playing without All-Star Isaiah Thomas, who bruised his right knee in Wednesday's game against Minnesota.
     Boston moved within two games of the idle Cleveland Cavaliers for the top spot in the Eastern Conference.
     The Raptors kept pace with Boston by outscoring the Pistons 27-9 in the fourth quarter of an 87-75 win at Detroit. Serge Ibaka had 17 points and eight rebounds as Toronto won for the second time in five games.
     DeMar DeRozan added 14 points, eight rebounds and six assists for the Raptors.
     In other NBA action:
     - John Wall had a career-high 20 assists while scoring 14 points in Washington's 112-107 verdict over Chicago. Bradley Beal finished with a team-high 24 points and Jason Smith added 17 while starting in place of Markieff Morris, who was a late scratch due to illness.
     - Solomon Hill scored a career-high 30 points and New Orleans overcame the absence of injured All-Star DeMarcus Cousins in a 128-112 upset over Houston. Anthony Davis had 24 points and 15 rebounds as the Pelicans overcame James Harden's triple-double of 41 points, 14 boards and 11 assists.
     - Khris Middleton scored 14 of his season-high 30 points in the fourth quarter as Milwaukee eked out a 107-103 win over the Lakers in Los Angeles. Greg Monroe added 12 points before he and Lakers guards D'Angelo Russell and Nick Young were ejected with 36 seconds left in the third quarter after a fracas.
     - Hassan Whiteside's 23 points and grabbed 14 rebounds highlighted Miami's 23rd win in 28 games, 123-105 over Minnesota. Tyler Johnson scored 23 off the bench for the Heat, while Goran Dragic chipped in 19 points and 10 assists to help Miami improve to 15-1 in its last 16 home games.
     - Justin Anderson tied his career high with 19 points and Robert Covington scored 12 of his 18 points in the third quarter as Philadelphia slammed Dallas, 116-74. It was the 76ers' largest margin of victory and the Mavericks' worst loss of the season.
     - Orlando ended a four-game skid by beating Phoenix, 109-103 behind Evan Fournier's 25 points. Nikola Vucevic scored 18 points and grabbed 17 rebounds in 32 minutes for the Magic despite playing on a sore ankle.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Pittsburgh Penguins have leapfrogged the Columbus Blue Jackets and are within one point of the first-place Washington Capitals in the NHL's Metropolitan Division and Eastern Conference races.
     Sidney Crosby scored twice and Carter Rowney notched his first NHL goal as the Pens beat New Jersey, 6-4. Crosby pulled into a tie for the league goal-scoring lead with his 36th and 37th. He also had an assist to help the Penguins win without Evgeni Malkin, who remains out with an upper-body injury.
     Matt Murray stopped 32 shots for Pittsburgh.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - Aleksander Barkov scored in the third period and provided the lone shootout tally to send Florida past the New York Rangers, 4-3. Jonathan Huberdeau had a goal and an assist to back James Reimer, who stopped 29 shots in helping the Panthers deal the Blueshirts their sixth consecutive home loss.
     - Make it 12 wins in 14 games for the Flames after Mark Giordano delivered a goal and two assists to lead a 3-1 win against Dallas. Brian Elliott turned back 24 shots in his 10th straight win as Calgary climbed over Edmonton for third place in the Pacific Division.
     - Zemgus Girgensons scored in the 10th shootout round to send Buffalo past Anaheim, 2-1. Anders Nilsson stopped 39 shots against the Ducks, who are six points behind the Pacific-leading Sharks.

     EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - The New York Giants have signed defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul to a four-year pact that is theoretically worth about $68 million. Pierre-Paul had seven sacks last season with 53 tackles, eight passes defensed, three forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery despite missing the final four games with a core muscle injury that required surgery. The signing comes less than two years after his right hand was severely damaged in a fireworks accident.
     Also, a person with knowledge of the agreement says quarterback Geno Smith has accepted a contract with the Giants. The 26-year-old Smith was a second-round draft choice by the Jets in 2013, but his stint with them was marred by injuries and inconsistency.



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