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Wyatt Hanson threw for 130 yards and two touchdowns in leading Stanley to a 29-6 win over Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central, in a game we broadcast on 1320 KHRT.....

     MINOT, ND - Wyatt Hanson threw for 130 yards and two touchdowns in leading Stanley to a 29-6 win over Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central, in a game we broadcast on 1320 KHRT.  Michael Gunderson added 99 yards and two scores on the ground for the Blue Jays. Garrett Stroklund threw for 134 yards and a TD for the Honkers and Jaden McNeiley added 82 yards rushing. Stanley improves to 2-1 overall, 2-0 in Class A Region 3.  Kenmare-B-BC drops to 0-3 overall, 0-2 in the region.

    Isaac Undlin rushed for three touchdowns as Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood topped Surrey 46-6, in a 9-Man game we broadcast on 106.9 K-Heart.  Undlin accounted for 86 yards rushing and another 49 receiving. Cole Southam tallied 69 yards on the ground and a TD for Mavericks. Surrey scored on the final play of the game as Ryder Holien found Mason Dunn for a 27 yard touchdown.  Colby Nelson led the Mustang ground attack with 84 yards.  M-L-S improves to 3-1 overall, 2-0 in Region 6.  Surrey falls to 1-3 overall, 1-2 in region play.

    Other scores from yesterday:

High School Football
    Class AAA
            (1) West Fargo 49, (4) West Fargo Sheyenne 14
            (2) Bismarck Legacy 30, Dickinson 22
            (3) Bismarck Century 14, Mandan 7
            (5) Fargo South 24, Grand Forks Red River 7
            Bismarck High 35, Minot 14
            Williston 13, Grand Forks Central 0
            Fargo Davies 14, Fargo North 13

    Class AA
            (1) Bismarck St Mary's 35, (4) Wahpeton 0
            (2) Fargo Shanley 25, Watford City 0
            (3) Devils Lake 35, Turtle Mountain 18
            (5) Jamestown 29, Central Cass 26
            Grafton 26, Valley City 16

    Class A
            (1) Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm 41, Milnor-North Sargent 8
            (2) Hillsboro-Central Valley 54, Lisbon 0
            (3) Beulah 52, Southern McLean 8
            (4) Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 40, Harvey-Wells County 0
            (5) Carrington 37, Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn 14
            Des Lacs-Burlington 49, Lewis & Clark-Our Redeemer's 0
            Bishop Ryan 44, Nedrose 6
            Velva 80, New Town 0
            Rugby 30, Central Dakota 0
            Park River-Fordville-Lankin 41, Bottineau 0
            Dickinson Trinity 35, Hazen 0
            Killdeer 24, Bowman County 14
            Heart River 34, Garrison-Max 0

            (1) Cavalier 58, Midway-Minto 12
            (2) Shiloh Christian 52, Central McLean 8
            (3) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 49, Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page 14
            (4) Thompson 42, Richland 18
            (5) North Prairie 58, North Star 8
            St John 72, Drake-Anamoose 6
            Benson County 45, Dunseith 20
            Ray-Powers Lake 74, Trenton-Trinity Christian 0
            Divide County 48, Parshall-White Shield 14
            Mott-Regent 48, Richardton-Taylor-Hebron 12
            Grant County-Flasher 42, Hettinger-Scranton 22
            New Salem-Glen Ullin 46, Beach 16

High School Volleyball
    Class A
            Bismarck def. Williston, 25-12, 25-21, 25-17
            Mandan def. Turtle Mountain, 25-2, 25-9, 25-8

High School Boys Soccer
            Minot 1, West Fargo 0

High School Girls Golf
    Class A
        Bismarck Century Invite - Tom O'Leary Golf Course
        Team totals
            1. Bismarck St Mary's, 320 (6 for 6 this year)
            2. Bismarck Century, 322
            3. Minot, 330
            4. Mandan, 338
            5. Jamestown, 345
            6. Williston, 365
            7. Turtle Mountain, 372
            8. Bismarck High, 405
            9. Bismarck Legacy, 410
            10. Dickinson, 475

    Medalist: Marley Foltz, Minot, 75

College Womens Volleyball
    Northern State Invitational
            Minnesota-Crookston def. Minot State, 18-25, 25-21, 21-25, 27-25, 15-10
            Minnesota State-Mankatoa def. Minot State, 25-15, 25-21, 25-11

College Womens Soccer
    Microtel Inn & Suites Minot State Classic
            Emporia State 1, Minot State 0


    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - Minot State will open the home portion of its 2017 schedule today as the Beavers welcome Augustana to Herb Parker Stadium for a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference game slated for a 1 p.m. kickoff.
The Beavers opened the season with a 24-0 loss to Concorida-St. Paul last week.


    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND) - The University of North Dakota will play their home-opening Potato Bowl vs. Missouri State today. Kickoff against the Bears is set for 4 p.m. The Fighting Hawks will unveil the 2016 Big Sky Conference Championship banner prior to the game. North Dakota lost their season opener on the road against FBS opponents Utah 37-16.


    FARGO, ND - A pair of national semifinalists from last year meet today when No. 2-ranked North Dakota State (1-0) travels to face No. 6-ranked Eastern Washington (0-1).  Game time is 3:05 p.m. Central at Roos Field (8,600) in Cheney, Wash. The Bison routed Mississippi Valley State 72-7 last Saturday at the Fargo Dome.


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks pitching coach Michael Schlact has been named the team's next manager. The 31-year-old Schlact served as the team's interim manager after longtime manager Doug Simunic was fired last month. The team won 16 of its final 24 games under Schlact's leadership.


     KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Eddie Rosario homered and drove in four runs, helping the Minnesota Twins beat the Kansas City Royals 8-5 on Friday night.
     Rosario had a sacrifice fly in the first inning, hit his 21st home run in the third inning off Ian Kennedy (4-11) and knocked a two-out, bases-loaded single in the fourth to score Robbie Grossman and Joe Mauer. Rosario has 10 home runs and 28 RBIs in his past 30 games.
     Ervin Santana (15-7) gave up four runs and five hits over five innings for the victory. He is 4-0 in nine starts since a July 21 loss. His 15 victories are tied for the AL lead.
     Eduardo Escobar had three hits and homered for the Twins in the fifth.
     Matt Belisle pitched the ninth for his seventh save.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Cleveland Indians still haven't lost a ballgame since August 23 as they zoom toward a second straight AL Central title. Mike Clevinger tossed six scoreless innings and the Indians extended their team-record winning streak to 16 games by blanking the Orioles, 5-0. Clevinger struck out seven and allowed three of Baltimore's four hits.
     Edwin Encarnacion opened the scoring by crushing a three-run homer in the first inning for the second straight night. Yandy Diaz had two hits and scored twice as the Indians put another dent in the Orioles' hopes for an AL wild-card berth.
     The Indians are the third team since the expansion era to win 16 straight in a season, and the first since the Athletics reeled off 20 consecutive wins in 2002. Cleveland has outscored its opponent 114-28 and recorded five shutouts during the streak.
     Meanwhile, the Diamondbacks' team-record 13-game winning streak has ended with a 10-6 setback against the Padres. Manuel Margot collected four RBIs for San Diego, which tagged Patrick Corbin for eight runs and 11 hits in 4 1/3 innings. Arizona turned an 8-0 deficit into an 8-6 Padres lead in the sixth before Craig Stamman recorded two outs with the bases loaded to end the threat.
     Checking out the rest of last night's MLB finals:
     - Mookie Betts slammed a three-run homer in the bottom of the first before the Red Sox added five more runs in the fourth inning of a 9-3 pounding of the Rays. Drew Pomeranz was sharp in Boston's third consecutive win, yielding two runs and only two hits over six innings of the 15th win. The Bosox now lead the AL East by 4 1/2 games over the Yankees.
     - The Yanks coughed up a 4-0 lead and absorbed an 11-5 loss to the Rangers. Martin Perez won his seventh consecutive start and Elvis Andrus had three hits, including the tiebreaking, two-run single in the fifth inning. Nomar Mazara's home run helped Texas stay within 2 1/2 games of Minnesota for the second AL wild-card slot.
     - The Twins earned an 8-5 win at Kansas City as Eddie Rosario homered and drove in four runs. Minnesota led just 6-5 in the eighth until Robbie Grossman laced an RBI triple and scored on Joe Mauer's double. Ervin Santana is 15-7 after allowing four runs and five hits over five innings.
     - The Athletics put an end to Houston's seven-game winning streak by beating the Astros, 9-8 on Jed Lowrie's RBI single in the bottom of the ninth. Boog Powell tied the game with a solo blast in the ninth, two innings after teammate Marcus Semien launched a grand slam. Josh Reddick's two-run homer and four RBIs weren't enough for the Astros, whose magic number to win the AL West is eight over Los Angeles.
     - The Angels were 4-3 losers at Seattle to fall two games behind Minnesota for the second AL wild-card slot. Ben Gamel hit a three-run homer and Mitch Haniger added the deciding RBI double to help Mike Leake get the win. Leake retired 13 straight at one point after spotting L.A. a 2-0 lead in the top of the first.
     - The Dodgers' free-fall continues following their eighth straight loss and 13th in 14 games, 5-4 to Colorado. The Rockies erased a 4-1 deficit and went ahead on DJ LeMahieu's RBI double in the fifth. Carlos Gomez homered for the Rockies, who still lead Milwaukee and St. Louis by three games for the second NL wild-card spot.
     - Ryan Braun belted his 300th career home run and Jimmy Nelson combined with three relievers on a five-hitter as the Brewers shut out the Cubs, 2-0. Braun hit a two-run drive in the first inning against John Lackey to get Milwaukee within four games of the NL Central-leading Cubs. Chicago managed just four hits while striking out seven times in five innings against Nelson.
     - The Cardinals won for the seventh time in nine games by downing the Pirates, 4-1. Luke Weaver gave up seven hits and struck out seven over 5 2/3 scoreless innings as St. Louis climbed within four games of the NL Central lead. Weaver also provided an RBI grounder and Jose Martinez followed with a two-run single.
     - Michael Taylor hit an inside-the-park grand slam while going 4-for-5 with five RBIs in Washington's 11-10 win against the Phillies. Trea Turner chipped in a two-run shot and drove in three to help the Nationals pick up their fifth straight win and reduce their magic number to three for winning the NL East. Max Scherzer allowed four runs and struck out seven over six innings to move to 14-5.
     - The Marlins ended their five-game skid as Jose Urena allowed only three hits in 6 1/3 innings of a 7-1 verdict over the Braves. Tyler Moore hit a two-run single and Derek Dietrich homered to support Urena's 13th win.
     - The Tigers knocked off the Blue Jays, 5-4 behind a grand slam by Nicholas Castellanos and the team's first triple play in 36 years. Ian Kinsler also homered and Buck Farmer limited Toronto to one earned run and five hits over five-plus innings.
     - Jose Reyes homered twice and had three RBIs as the Mets whipped the Reds, 5-1. Travis Taijeron smacked his first big league homer to back Seth Lugo, who four-hit Cincinnati over six shutout innings.
     - Pablo Sandoval snapped his 0-for-39 skid with a three-run homer as the Giants rolled to a 9-2 rout of the Whtie Sox. Matt Moore had dropped six of his previous seven decisions before limiting Chicago to two runs and five hits over 6 2/3s.

     MOBILE, Ala. (AP) - Mason Rudolph broke a team record for career passing yards while leading 11th-ranked Oklahoma State to an easy road win. Rudolph passed for 335 yards and three touchdowns as the Cowboys clobbered South Alabama, 44-7. He broke Brandon Weeden's team record of 9,260 passing yards while completing 25 of 38 for the 2-0 Cowboys. Oklahoma State outgained South Alabama 505-175 in total yards and carried a shutout into the final five minutes.

     NEW YORK (AP) - It will be top seed Rafael Nadal against Kevin Anderson in Sunday's U.S. Open men's final.
     Nadal is one match victory away from his third U.S. Open title and first in four years following a 4-6, 6-0, 6-3, 6-2 victory over Juan Martin del Potro. Nadal took control of the match by winning nine straight games after dropping the opening set.
     Anderson's longest run in a Grand Slam tournament has spilled into this weekend.
     The South African has reached the U.S. Open final with a 4-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-4 triumph over Pablo Carreno Busta. The 12th-seeded Busta hadn't lost a set in the tournament and broke serve three times to win the opening set of the semifinals before Anderson stormed back.
     Anderson used his power to pound 22 aces in becoming the first South African since Cliff Drysdale in 1965 to earn a berth in the U.S. Open final.
     Today's women's final will feature unseeded Sloane Stephens against No. 15 Madison Keys. It's the first Grand Slam title match for both and is the first U.S. Open final between American players since Serena Williams beat Venus Williams in 2002.

     RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Matt Kenseth has captured the pole for Saturday night's race at Richmond Raceway. Kenseth ran a fast lap at 122.421 mph for his 20th career pole. He will start the race two points behind Chase Elliott and one point ahead of Jamie McMurray for the final three spots. Denny Hamlin will start on the outside of the front row, just ahead of Kurt Busch and Kyle Larson.

     UNDATED (AP) - Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension is now on hold. A federal judge has blocked the suspension over a domestic violence case, setting the stage for a potentially lengthy legal fight with the NFL over the Dallas Cowboys running back.
     The league's reigning rushing champ was suspended by Commissioner Roger Goodell in August after the league concluded he had several physical confrontations last summer with a former girlfriend in Columbus, Ohio. Prosecutors in Ohio didn't pursue the case, citing conflicting evidence.
     U.S. District Judge Amos Mazzant granted the union's request for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction blocking the league's punishment, siding with union lawyers that Elliott didn't receive a "fundamentally fair" hearing in his appeal last week.
     Last year's league rushing leader was already cleared to play in the opener against the New York Giants on Sunday
     In other NFL news:
     - Chiefs safety Eric Berry ruptured his left Achilles tendon in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's victory in New England. The three-time All-Pro suffered the season-ending injury while covering Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski on a passing route.
     - Odell Beckham Jr. is listed as questionable for the Giants' season opener against the Cowboys in Dallas on Sunday. The three-time Pro Bowl receiver hasn't practiced since spraining his left ankle on Aug. 21 in a preseason game against Cleveland.
     - Holdout All-Pro defensive lineman Aaron Donald has been officially ruled out of the Rams' season opener. Rams coach Sean McVay finally confirmed the obvious Friday, saying Donald couldn't be ready to play Sunday against Indianapolis.
     - Saints coach Sean Payton says long snapper Jon Dorenbos has a "serious" heart condition that will require surgery. Payton says Saints physician John Amoss discovered the long-snapper's aortic aneurysm during a physical examination and "basically saved his life."
     - Titans starting cornerback LeShaun Sims has been ruled out of Sunday's season opener against Oakland with an injured groin. Sims was hurt in a special teams drill Monday and has not practiced since.
     - J.J. Watt is being honored by the NFL Players Association after raising more than $29 million for Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. The Texans' star defensive end was named the NFLPA's Community MVP on Friday for his work in the days since the hurricane and flooding devastated Houston and much of southeast Texas.
     - The NFL has handed down a six-game suspension to free-agent kicker Josh Brown following a league review of his repeated abuse of his former wife while they were married. He is not appealing the new ban because the 38-year-old kicker hopes to play again in the league.

     SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) - Former NBA star Tracy McGrady and Kansas coach Bill Self are part of a class of 11 basketball greats inducted Friday into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. This year's class also highlights women's basketball with the inductions of former UConn great Rebecca Lobo and Notre Dame coach Muffet McGraw. Other inductees include ABA and NBA star George McGinnis, Bulls general manager Jerry Krause and Harlem Globetrotters player and owner Mannie Jackson.

     CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Bulls say guard Cameron Payne had surgery on his broken right foot and is expected to be out three to four months. Payne was injured in a workout on July 18. He was acquired in the February trade that sent Taj Gibson and Doug McDermott to the Thunder.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Vancouver Canucks have signed restricted free-agent center Bo Horvat to a six-year, $33 million contract extension Friday. The 22-year-old Horvat had 20 goals and 52 points in 81 games for the Canucks last season.
     In other hockey news:
     - The Pittsburgh Penguins have hired former star Kevin Stevens as a special assignment scout.

     DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Duke says freshman basketball player Marvin Bagley III has been certified to play by the NCAA's eligibility center. The Phoenix native attended two high schools in two years in Arizona before transferring to Sierra Canyon School in California. Bagley averaged 24.9 points and 10.1 rebounds in his final season at Sierra Canyon.

     BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) - Former Western Kentucky basketball star Jim McDaniels has died at 69. The two-time Ohio Valley Conference player of the year led the Hilltoppers to the NCAA Final four in 1971. Drafted in the second round of the 1971 NBA draft, he played for the Seattle SuperSonics, Los Angeles Lakers and Buffalo Braves as well as the ABA's Carolina Cougars and Kentucky Colonels. McDaniels' No. 44 is one of eight retired by Western Kentucky.


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