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Elijah Hackman rushed for 133 yards and four touchdowns as the Velva Aggies defeated the Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central Honkers 36-0 last night in a game we broadcast on 106.9 K-Heart.....

    MINOT, ND - Elijah Hackman rushed for 133 yards and four touchdowns as the Velva Aggies defeated the Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central Honkers 36-0 last night in a game we broadcast on 106.9 K-Heart.

    On 1320 KHRT it was Surrey winning their homecoming game 36-0 over Parshall-White Shield. Colby Nelson rushed for 175 yards and a touchdown, Dalton Klien rushed for 152 yards and a score and Cody Fuchs carried for 47 yards and two TD's.

    Other scores from yesterday:

High School Football
    Class AAA
            (3) Bismarck Century 34, Dickinson 0
            (4) Fargo South 14, Fargo North 6
            Minot 28, Williston 0
            West Fargo Sheyenne 22, Fargo Davies 12
            Grand Forks Central 33, Grand Forks Red River 20

    Class AA
            (2) Fargo Shanley 48, Central Cass 7
            (4) Jamestown 14, Turtle Mountain 0
            (5) Wahpeton 50, Valley City 0
            Watford City 32, Grafton 0

    Class A
            (1) Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm 34, Lisbon 12
            (2) Hillsboro-Central Valley 38, Milnor-North Sargent 6
            (3) Beulah 40, Killdeer 0
            (4) Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 40, Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn 8
            (5) Carrington 46, Bottineau 6
            Des Lacs-Burlington 14, Bishop Ryan 7
            Nedrose 7, Lewis & Clark-Our Redeemers 0 OT (first win in school history)
            Stanley 38, New Town 8
            Harvey-Wells County 40, Central Dakota 14
            Park River-Fordville Lankin 30, Rugby 0
            Hazen 48, Garrison-Max 8
            Bowman County 36, Southern McLean 0
            Dickinson Trinity 40, Heart River 0

            (1) Cavalier 30, St John 0
            (2) Shiloh Christian 22, Beach 16
            (3) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 56, Richland 14
            (4) Thompson 48, Hankinson 16
            (5) North Prairie 30, Towner-Granville-Upham 16
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 68, Trenton-Trinity Christian 0
            Ray-Powers Lake 49, Tioga 16
            Divide County at May-Port-CG, cancelled due to weather
            Benson County 54, Drake-Anamoose 0
            North Star 50, Dunseith 20
            New Salem-Glen Ullin 30, Central McLean 0
            Grant County-Flasher 28, Richardton-Taylor-Hebron 14
            Mott-Regent 34, Hettinger-Scranton 0

High School Boys Tennis
            Williston 9, Bismarck High 0
            West Fargo Sheyenne 3, Bismarck Century 2
            Bismarck Legacy 4, West Fargo 0

College Mens Hockey
            Minot State 3, University of Oklahoma 0


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The University of Mary in Bismarck says it is pursuing a men's hockey program, with the goal of starting competition next fall. The university has applied for Division 1 status and must now wait for approval from the American Collegiate Hockey Association.

    Athletic director Dale Lennon announced the program during a booster luncheon Friday. He says hockey will fit in perfectly with the campus and give student-athletes more opportunities to continue to play a sport they love and attend University of Mary.

    If all goes as planned, the university plans to get a team of 25 up and running next fall. Dan Huntley has been chosen to head the program. Huntley is a three-time National Junior College Athletic Association Coach of the Year and current Marauders associate athletic director.


    MINOT, N.D. - The Minot State football team takes to the road for week three of the football season as the Beavers will meet Southwest Minnesota State tonight at 6 p.m. at Mattke Field in a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference game. Minot State is currently 0-2 on the season. Southwest Minnesota State is 1-1.


    GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The North Dakota football team wraps up non-conference play today as they travel to Vermillion to take on South Dakota in what will be the only matchup of ranked opponents in the FCS this weekend. UND moved back into the top 10 of the STATS FCS and FCS Coaches' polls, landing in the No. 10 spot in both. The Coyotes were ranked No. 23 in both polls this week. Kickoff is at 2 pm.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Josh Donaldson homered and drove in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning with an infield single that ricocheted off the mound, sending the Toronto Blue Jays to a 4-3 victory on Friday night over the Minnesota Twins to slow their push toward the postseason.
     The Twins had a three-game lead over the Los Angeles Angels for the second AL wild card going into the night, with the Seattle Mariners 3 1/2 games back. The New York Yankees hold the first wild card with a four-game edge on the Twins.
     Twins starter Bartolo Colon (4-5 in the AL, 6-13 overall) did his best to get the Blue Jays to hit catchable balls, but the 44-year-old faltered after four scoreless innings. Kevin Pillar homered in fifth. Then Donaldson went deep in the sixth.
     J.A. Happ (9-10) struck out five and won his third straight start. Roberto Osuna pitched a perfect ninth inning for his 36th save in 46 opportunities.

     EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - Xavier Rhodes has blossomed into one of the NFL's best cornerbacks, the natural choice for the Minnesota Vikings to cover the opponent's top wide receiver. This weekend in Pittsburgh, Rhodes and the Vikings will have a particularly challenging matchup with Antonio Brown, the three-time first team All-Pro pick. They're old friends, having played at the same high school in Miami.

     UNDATED (AP) - There was no 23 for the Cleveland Indians on Friday.
     The Indians had won an American League-record 22 in a row before suffering their first loss since Aug. 23, 4-3 to the Royals. The Indians led 3-1 in the bottom of the third, but Kansas City scored once in each of the next three innings to leave Cleveland four wins shy of the major league record for consecutive victories.
     Brandon Moss started the comeback with a solo homer in the fourth. Eric Hosmer and Lorenzo Cain followed with RBI singles as the Royals bounced back after blowing a ninth-inning lead the previous night.
     The rally came against Trevor Bauer, who had won nine straight decisions and was trying to become the league's first 17-game winner. Instead, Jason Vargas tied for the AL victory lead by pitching into the sixth.
     Mike Minor allowed a leadoff single in the ninth before striking out the next three batters to notch the save.
     Jose Ramirez slammed a two-run homer for the Indians, whose magic number to clinch the AL Central is down to two following Minnesota's 4-3 loss to Toronto.
     Like the Indians, the Twins squandered a 3-1 lead following a solo homer by Brian Dozier. Josh Donaldson homered in the sixth to make it 3-2, one inning before the Blue Jays scored twice on Russell Martin's double and Donaldson's single.
     Checking the other major league finals:
     - The Red Sox erased a 5-2 deficit in the ninth before putting together a seven-run rally in the 15th inning to earn a 13-6 win at Tampa Bay. Infielders Brad Miller and Logan Morrison committed run-scoring errors in the 15th before Deven Marrero delivered a two-run double. Xander Bogaerts had four hits and two RBIs as Boston kept its three-game lead over the Yankees in the AL East.
     - Didi Gregorius belted a tiebreaking, two-run homer and had a pair of sacrifice flies as the Yankees whipped the Orioles, 8-2. Greg Bird also homered to back Luis Severino, who was reached for two runs and just three hits over eight innings for his 13th win. Severino blanked Baltimore following Welington Castillo's two-run shot in the second inning.
     - Kris Bryant sparked the Chicago Cubs' offense in an 8-2 rout of St. Louis that leaves the NL Central leaders four games ahead of the Cardinals. Bryant was 3-for-4 with three runs scored, hitting a solo homer in the fourth and adding a pair of singles in the Cubs' seven-run sixth. Chicago rallied after pitcher John Lackey and catcher Willson Contreras were ejected after arguing with plate umpire Jordan Baker in the fifth.
     - The Brewers homered three times while erupting for eight runs in the eighth inning of a 10-2 pounding of the Marlins. Eric Thames hit a solo shot to snap a 2-2 deadlock, Neil Walker added a grand slam and Domingo Santana belted a three-run shot. Milwaukee used nothing but relievers as eight pitchers combined for a six-hitter to help the Brewers stay three games behind the NL Central-leading Cubs.
     - Colorado's 6-1 win over San Diego keeps the Rockies 2 1/2 games ahead of the Brewers for the second NL wild card. Tyler Chatwood put the Rockies ahead for good with a two-run single and held the Padres to a run and four hits over 5 2/3. Nolan Arenado hit a solo homer and D.J. LeMahieu laced a two-run triple in Colorado's 10th win in 13 games.
     - Arizona's 3-2 win at San Francisco keeps the Diamondbacks five games ahead of Colorado for the first NL wild card. Robbie Ray fanned 10 while limiting the Giants to one earned run and six hits over seven frames. The Giants led 2-1 in the seventh until A.J. Pollock's two-run double sent the DBacks to their 17th win in 21 games.
     - C.J. Cron's two-run blast capped the Angels' five-run sixth in a 7-6 win over the Rangers. Los Angeles trailed 4-2 until Justin Upton hit an RBI double and scored the tying run on Andrelton Simmons' single. The Angels are within two games of the Twins for the second AL wild-card spot.
     - Charlie Morton pitched well in Houston's 5-2 win over Seattle, yielding a run and five hits while striking out seven over six innings. Carlos Correa and Evan Gattis each had two hits and an RBI as the Astros moved closer to clinching the AL West title. The Mariners ended a three-game winning streak and stayed 3 1/2 games behind Minnesota for the second AL wild-card slot.
     - The Dodgers earned a 7-0 shutout of the Nationals as Alex Wood struck out eight while allowing three hits over six innings. Corey Seager slammed a three-run homer off Edwin Jackson after Justin Turner and Yasiel Puig hit solo shots against the Washington starter. Los Angeles has won three straight to cut its magic number for winning the NL West to six.
     - The Tigers stopped a six-game losing streak by beating the White Sox, 3-2 on Mikie Mahtook's RBI single with two out in the bottom of the ninth. Tyler Collins homered for Detroit.
     - The Braves scored twice in the fifth inning to take a 3-2 decision over the Mets. Ender Inciarte tied it 2-2 with an RBI single and scored on Lane Adams' sacrifice fly later in the inning as Atlanta dealt New York its fifth consecutive loss.
     - Zack Cozart smacked two of the Reds' four solo homers in a 4-2 verdict over the Pirates. Joey Votto and Scott Schebler also went deep to back Homer Bailey, who allowed a run and five hits with seven K's over 5 2/3.
     - The Athletics blanked the Phillies, 2-0 on Daniel Mengden's two-hitter. Matt Olson and Matt Joyce provided two-run homers in the win.

     TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - No. 22 South Florida remains unbeaten after knocking off a Big Ten football team for the first time. Quinton Flowers threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns in a 47-23 thrashing of Illinois. Flowers also had his 32nd career rushing TD to tie a school record. Illini freshman Mike Epstein scored on a 46-yard run and a 21-yard pass from Jeff George Jr., who replaced starter Chayce Crouch in the second half.

     JOLIET, Ill. (AP) - Kyle Busch has taken the pole for Sunday's race at Chicagoland Speedway as he opens his bid for a second NASCAR Cup championship. Busch posted a lap of 187.863 mph in finishing just ahead of Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Denny Hamlin during Friday's qualifying for the playoff opener. Martin Truex Jr. nailed down the No. 3 spot, alongside Kevin Harvick. Truex has four wins this year and is considered the favorite to win the title.

     NEW YORK (AP) - The Boston Red Sox have been fined by Major League Baseball for using electronic equipment to steal signs given by a New York Yankees catcher last month. Commissioner Rob Manfred said Boston's owners and front office had no advance knowledge of what occurred.
     The Yankees were fined a lesser amount for improper use of a dugout telephone from an earlier year. Manfred found insufficient evidence to support an allegation by Boston that the Yankees made inappropriate use of the YES Network against the Red Sox.
     In other baseball news:
     - Shortstop Addison Russell is just about ready to return to the Cubs' lineup. The 2016 All-Star says he's pain-free and hopes to play this weekend against the St. Louis Cardinals after being sidelined since Aug. 2 because of plantar fasciitis in his right foot. Pitcher Jake Arrieta, who's been nursing a strained right hamstring, is scheduled to throw a bullpen session on Saturday.
     - Major League Baseball has ruled that the Tigers did not intend to throw a pitch that struck the plate umpire in the shoulder and knocked him to the ground. MLB said Friday that Chief Baseball Officer Joe Torre reviewed the play and found no wrongdoing. Umpire Quinn Wolcott was hit by a fastball from Detroit's Buck Farmer during a game Wednesday at Cleveland.

     UNDATED (AP) - The NFL is asking a federal appeals court to move quickly on its request to overrule a judge's injunction that blocked a six-game suspension for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott.
     The league filed an emergency motion with the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans on Friday. Elliott was suspended after the NFL concluded that he had several physical confrontations last summer in Ohio with his girlfriend at the time.
     Elliott was allowed to play last Sunday, rushing for 104 yards against the Giants.
     Also around the NFL:
     - Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is doing a little more at practice and apparently getting closer to playing on Monday night against the Detroit Lions. Coach Ben McAdoo said Friday that Beckham responded well Thursday to his first practice in more than three weeks. Beckham hasn't played in a game since injuring his left ankle on Aug. 21 in a preseason game.
     - The Patriots say four players have been ruled out for Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints, including starting linebacker Dont'a Hightower and receiver Danny Amendola.
     - Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford is expected to play at Pittsburgh despite a knee injury that limited him all week in practice. Bradford was listed as questionable on the injury report.
     - The Bengals have made the first step toward digging out from their historically bad start, replacing offensive coordinator Ken Zampese a day after they again failed to get into the end zone. The team announced Friday that quarterbacks coach Bill Lazor will take over as coordinator.

     UNDATED (AP) - Minnesota Wild left wing Zach Parise is being held out of the beginning of training camp because of a back injury. His status is considered day to day. Coach Bruce Boudreau said he doesn't believe Parise's condition is serious. He said the team is being "overly precautious." Parise had 19 goals and 23 assists in 69 games in 2016-17.
     Elsewhere in the NHL:
     - The Avalanche have signed restricted free agent defenseman Nikita Zadorov to a two-year deal. Zadorov led the Avalanche with 153 hits last season and had 10 assists before missing the final 25 games with an ankle injury.


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