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K-HEART SPORTS - SATURDAY - 09/23/17 - MORNING EDITION

Elijah Hackman rushed for three touchdowns and Nick Effertz threw for three more as the Velva Aggies shut out Lewis & Clark-Our Redeemer's 52-0 last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart....

    MINOT, ND - Elijah Hackman rushed for three touchdowns and Nick Effertz threw for three more as the Velva Aggies shut out Lewis & Clark-Our Redeemer's 52-0 last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. Hackman rushed for 108 yards, while Effertz threw for 127.  The game featured nine turnovers as the Bombers lost six fumbles and the Aggies gave up two fumbles and an interception.  Velva improves to 5-0, 4-0 in Region 3.  Lewis & Clark-Our Redeemer's drops to 0-5, 0-4 in Region 3.

    More Class A football comes your way tonight on K-Heart as Stanley visits Bishop Ryan. Pre-game is set for 7:45 pm on 106.9 K-Heart and online through www.khrt.com.


High School Foootball
    Class AAA
            (1) West Fargo 35, Grand Forks Red River 12
            (2) Bismarck Century 41, Williston 0
            Minot 36, (4) Bismarck Legacy 0
            (5) Bismarck High 41, Fargo South 14
            Mandan 31, Dickinson 6
            Fargo Davies 54, Grand Forks Central 12
            West Fargo Sheyenne 42, Fargo North 14

    Class AA
            (1) Bismarck St Mary's 17, (3) Jamestown 10
            (2) Fargo Shanley 53, Turtle Mountain 14
            Grafton 20, (4) Wahpeton 8
            (5) Devils Lake 52, Valley City 12
            Watford City 18, Central Cass 13

    Class A
            (1) Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm 28, Fargo Oak Grove 10
            (2) Hillsboro-Central Valley 39, Maple Valley-Enderlin 0
            (3) Beulah 38, Hazen 0
            (4) Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 66, Bottineau 14
            (5) Carrington 48, Rugby 8
            Des Lacs-Burlington 49, New Town 0
            Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central 28, Nedrose 0
            Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn 34, Central Dakota 12
            Harvey-Wells County 16, Park River-Fordville-Lankin 8
            Killdeer 36, Garrison-Max 0
            Dickinson Trinity 54, Southern McLean 2
            Bowman County 50, Heart River 0

    9-Man
            (1) Cavalier 52, Larimore 8
            (2) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 45, Hankinson 22
            (3) Shiloh Christian 58, Hettinger-Scranton 26
            (4) Thompson 52, May-Port-CG 28
            (5) North Prairie 52, Dunseith 26
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 54, Tioga 12
            Parshall-White Shield 44, Trenton-Trinity Christian 26
            Divide County 26, Ray-Powers Lake 14
            Surrey 17, Drake-Anamoose 0 (Forfeit)
            St John 38, Towner-Granville-Upham 6
            North Star 38, Benson County 16
            Grant County-Flasher 20, Central McLean 0
            New Salem-Glen Ullin 38, Richardton-Taylor-Hebron 6
            Beach 38, Mott-Regent 32


High School Boys Tennis
            Bismarck Legacy 3, Fargo Davies 2
            Bismarck Century 3, Fargo Davies 2
            Valley City 4, Bismarck Century 1
            Valley City 4, Bismarck Legacy 1


High School Boys Cross Country
        Elks Invite - Rapid City, SD
            1. Laramie, WY 36
            2. Bismarck 56
            8. Mandan 205


High School Girls Cross Country
        Elks Invite - Rapid City, SD
            1. Laramie, WY 83
            5. Bismarck High 149


College Womens Soccer
            Minot State 8, Minesota-Crookston 0


College Womens Volleyball
            Concordia-St Paul def. Minot State, 25-19, 25-12, 25-14

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    MINOT, ND - The Minot Minotauros made it two for three at the 2017 NAHL Showcase in Blaine, MN on Friday. Minot tallied a 5-4 win over the Topeka RoadRunners. Noah Ganske, David Raisanen and Grant Loven each scored a goal, while Colby Enns notched two. Jacob Sibell made 31 saves for the Tauros. Minot will play the Janesville Jets this afternoon to finish their four games at the Showcase.

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    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - The Minot State football team will host Winona State for Homecoming today at 2 p.m. at Herb Parker Stadium. Minot State, which is 0-3 overall and 0-3 in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference, is seeking its first victory of the season. Winona State comes into the contest with a 3-0 record and is ranked 21st nationally in the D2Football.com Top 25 Poll.

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    FARGO, ND (NDSU) - No. 2-ranked North Dakota State (2-0) closes out the non-conference portion of its schedule this week when the Bison host Robert Morris University (2-1) out of the Northeast Conference in the 28th annual Trees Bowl at 2:30 p.m. today at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. The Bison are 2-0 with wins over Mississippi Valley State and Eastern Washington.

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    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND) - The University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks open their Big Sky slate against border rival Montana State. Kickoff for UND's annual Military Appreciation Game is set for 2:30 p.m. today at the Alerus Center. UND went 1-2 in non-conference play.

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     DETROIT (AP) - Max Kepler and Brian Dozier homered, Byron Buxton had three hits and the playoff-chasing Minnesota Twins beat the Detroit Tigers 7-3 on Friday night. Buxton's two-run double in the fourth put the Twins ahead to stay against a Detroit team that announced before the game that manager Brad Ausmus will not be back in 2018.
 
     Minnesota came into the night leading the race for the American League's second wild card by 2 1/2 games over Texas and the Los Angeles Angels.
 
     Kyle Gibson (12-10) allowed three runs and five hits in seven innings for the Twins. He struck out six and walked two.
 
     Daniel Norris (4-8) allowed five runs and seven hits in 4 2/3 innings.
 
     Nicholas Castellanos and Ian Kinsler homered for Detroit, but the Tigers dropped to 4-18 in September.
 
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     EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Vikings say quarterback Sam Bradford will not play against Tampa Bay because of his ailing left knee. Bradford was making progress from the week before, when he sat out at Pittsburgh. ESPN reported that Bradford was seeking a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews, the noted orthopedist who performed ligament reconstructions on the quarterback's knee in 2013 and 2014.
 
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     LOUDON, N.H. (AP) - Kyle Busch turned a lap of 135.049 mph to win the pole Friday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Busch took the top spot for the second straight week in NASCAR's version of the playoffs. Busch dominated early in the postseason opener at Chicagoland Speedway until miscues on pit road sent him to a 15th-place finish.
 
     Kyle Larson, who won the pole in July at New Hampshire, joins Busch on the front row. Larson was second in the first Cup race at the track.
 
     Playoff drivers took 13 of the top 14 spots. The 16-driver field is sliced to 12 after next weekend's race at Dover.
 
     Denny Hamlin, Ryan Blaney and Martin Truex Jr. fill out the rest of the top five. Truex won last week's race at Chicagoland.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Ryan Goins hit a grand slam and pulled off the hidden ball trick on Friday as the Toronto Blue Jays tried to make the New York Yankees' division title hopes disappear.
 
     Goins launched his slam in the sixth inning to cap the scoring in the Jays' 8-1 pounding of the Bombers. He also tagged out Todd Frazier at second base after pretending to throw the ball back to the pitcher.
 
     Frazier led off the third inning with a double and stayed near second base following Jacoby Ellsbury's deep fly to right fielder Jose Bautista. Goins took the throw from Bautista and faked a toss to Marco Estrada, then waited for Frazier to walk off the bag before tagging the Yankee.
 
     Teoscar Hernandez and Russell Martin also homered to back Estrada, who scattered three hits over seven innings. Estrada's only major mistake was Aaron Judge's American League-leading 46th home run, a 469-foot blast in the first inning.
 
     The outcome leaves the Yankees four games behind the AL East-leading Boston Red Sox with nine games to play.
 
     The Red Sox managed to overcome Scooter Gennett's grand slam in a 5-4 win at Cincinnati. Rafael Devers smacked a go-ahead, three-run homer to help Boston win for the 12th time in 15 games. Lefty David Price pitched 2 2/3 innings and contributed a single for the Bosox, who moved a season-high 25 games over .500.
 
     Checking out the other major league finals:
 
     - The Dodgers are the fourth major league team to wrap up a division crown, clinching their fifth straight NL West title with a 4-2 win over the Giants. Cody Bellinger set a National League rookie record with his 39th homer, a three-run blast in the third inning. Rich Hill lined an RBI double and gave up a run and five hits while fanning nine over six innings.
 
     - Chris Iannetta homered twice and drove in a career-high eight runs in the Diamondbacks' 13-11 slugfest win over the Marlins. J.D. Martinez and Christian Walker also homered for the Diamondbacks, who can clinch their first postseason berth in six years with a win Saturday and a loss by St. Louis. Arizona erased a 9-7 deficit with five runs in the sixth.
 
     - The Cubs pulled out a 10-inning win at Milwaukee for the second straight night as pinch-hitter Tommy La Stella worked out a bases-loaded walk against Corey Knebel to send the NL Central leaders past the Brewers, 5-4. Ben Zobrist poked a two-run single for the Cubs, who lead their division by five games over St. Louis and 5 1/2 over Milwaukee. Stephen Vogt and Brett Phillipes hit back-to-back homers in the third inning to give the Brewers a 3-0 lead.
 
     - The Cardinals earned their fourth straight win by scoring twice in the ninth to beat the Pirates, 4-3. Pinch-hitter Jedd Gyorko tied it with an RBI single and Randal Grichuk scored the go-ahead run on an error by Pirates shortstop Jordy Mercer. Dexter Fowler and Stephen Piscotty had two hits each for the Redbirds, who remain 1 1/2 games behind Colorado for the second NL wild-card berth.
 
     - The Rockies were 4-1 winners at San Diego as Jon Gray held the Padres to a run and five hits with eight strikeouts over six innings. Nolan Arenado, Trevor Story and Ian Desmond hit solo homers for Colorarado, while Jonathan Lucroy was 3-for-4 with an RBI single. Greg Holland worked the ninth for his league-high 41st save.
 
     - Minnesota is closer to an AL playoff berth after homers by Max Kepler and Brian Dozier led a 7-3 win at Detroit. Byron Buxton had three hits, including a two-run double in the fourth that put Minnesota ahead to stay. Kyle Gibson gave up three runs and five hits over seven innings to get his 12th victory.
 
     - Rookie Matt Olson continued his hot hitting by slamming his sixth homer in seven games to help the Athletics beat the Rangers, 4-1. Olson has 13 home runs this month and 16 in his last 23 games. Texas ended a four-game winning streak and fell 3 1/2 games behind Minnesota for the second AL wild card.
 
     - The Angels are 3 1/2 games out of a playoff berth after Justin Verlander held them to one hit over seven innings of the Astros' 3-0 shutout of Los Angeles. Yuli Gurriel smashed a three-run homer in the seventh inning, allowing Verlander to improve to 4-0 since joining the Astros from Detroit last month. Houston had just two hits before Gurriel's 18th homer of the year.
 
     - Nelson Cruz belted a two-run, walk-off homer off Chad Allen in the ninth inning to lift the Mariners past Cleveland, 3-1. Seattle won it after Erasmo Ramirez held the AL Central champs to one run and three hits over eight innings. Giovanny Urshela homered for the Indians, who were trying to become the second team in major league history to win 28 games in a 29-game stretch.
 
     - Matt Davidson delivered a two-run homer and an RBI double as the White Sox earned a 7-6 win over the Royals, leaving Kansas City 4 1/2 games out of a postseason slot. Yoan Moncada also belted a two-run shot in a five-run fourth that allowed Chicago to erase a 6-2 deficit.
 
     - Travis d'Arnaud homered twice and had four RBIs as the Mets overcame Adam Lind's three-run blast in a 7-6 comeback over the Nationals. D'Arnaud belted a three-run shot while the Mets were scoring five times in the fifth to erase a 6-1 deficit. Nori Aoki had two RBIs, including the tiebreaking double in the sixth.
 
     - Wilson Ramos hit his third career grand slam and Evan Longoria also went deep as the Rays roughed up the Orioles, 8-3. Both homers came off Ubaldo Jimenez, who was reached for six runs in just three innings.
 
     - Kurt Suzuki homered twice and Nick Markakis had three RBIs as the Braves whipped the Phillies, 7-2. Suzuki has 14 homer and 28 RBIs in 38 games since the start of July.
 
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     TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Utah is 4-0 after winning its Pac-12 opener. Backup quarterback Troy Williams helped the 23rd-ranked Utes pull out a 30-24 win at Arizona. Starting QB Tyler Huntley was 8 of 9 passing for 98 yards and a touchdown before leaving the game with a shoulder injury in the second quarter.
 
     Wildcats quarterback Brandon Dawkins was intercepted three times and lost a fumble at the Utah 20 with 2:33 remaining.
 
     Javelin Guidry brought back a Dawkins interception 14 yards for a touchdown that made it 27-17.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Detroit Tigers will have a new manager in place next year. General manager Al Avila has announced that Brad Ausmus won't return to the club. Ausmus was 312-325 over nearly four full seasons, including a Central Division title in his first year. The Tigers have struggled the last two seasons and currently own the American League's second-worst record at 62-91, just a half-game ahead of the Chicago White Sox.
 
     Also in the majors:
 
     - The Mets say Noah Syndergaard will make a one-inning start today against the Nationals and could pitch once more this season. Syndergaard has been out since April 30 because of a partially torn lat muscle on his right side.
 
     - The Reds and catcher Tucker Barnhardt have agreed on a four-year, $16 million contract extension that includes a club option for 2022. Barnhardt leads all major league catchers in fielding percentage and entered Friday batting .272 with six homers and 42 RBIs this season.
 
     - Marlins executive Jack McKeon says he has been told he will not be retained by the new ownership group that includes Derek Jeter. McKeon managed the club to the 2003 World Series title and spent the past 12 seasons as a special assistant to owner Jeffrey Loria.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans will hear oral arguments on Oct. 2 in the NFL's bid to reinstate Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension over a domestic abuse case in Ohio. The date clears the way for last year's NFL rushing leader to play Monday night at Arizona and Oct. 1 against the visiting Los Angeles Rams. A Texas judge last week granted Elliott's request for an injunction that blocked the NFL's suspension.
 
     In other NFL news:
 
     - The Vikings say quarterback Sam Bradford won't play against Tampa Bay because of his ailing left knee. Bradford wasn't at practice Friday after taking part in a limited basis Wednesday and Thursday and reporting progress from the week before.  Bradford was injured in the season opener and sat out last weekend's game.
 
     - Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham is expected to play Sunday against the Titans despite being listed as questionable due to an ankle injury. Graham was a full participant in practice Friday despite injuring his left ankle in last Sunday's win over the 49ers.
 
     - Lions linebacker Jarrad Davis has been ruled out of Sunday's game against Atlanta because of a concussion. Detroit has also ruled out running back Dwayne Washington with a quadriceps injury and safety Tavon Wilson with a shoulder ailment.
 
     - The Packers could be without seven front-line players for Sunday's game against the Bengals. Left tackle David Bakhtiari, safety Kentrell Brice, receiver Randall Cobb, defensive tackle Mike Daniels, cornerback Davon House outside linebacker Nick Perry and inside linebacker Jake Ryan were listed as doubtful, meaning they are unlikely to play. The first six players on that list are starters.
 
     - Browns rookie defensive end Myles Garrett might be close to making his NFL debut, although he's currently listed as "doubtful" on the injury report. The top overall pick in this year's draft has missed Cleveland's first two games because of a high right-ankle sprain.
 
     - The Falcons will be without three starters Sunday when they face the Lions in a matchup of unbeaten teams. Linebacker Vic Beasley Jr., right tackle Ryan Schraeder and defensive lineman Courtney Upshaw were all ruled out Friday by the team.
 
     - Titans Pro Bowl running back DeMarco Murray has returned to practice, but his status for Sunday's game against Seattle remains undecided because of a hamstring injury. He had missed two straight practices with the injury.
 
     - Middle linebacker B.J. Goodson and right tackle Bobby Hart are going to miss the Giants game Sunday against the Eagles. Goodson is out for the second straight game with a shin injury, and Hart sprained his right ankle in the opener against Dallas.
 
     - Jets cornerback Buster Skrine has been fined more than $24,000 by the league for a helmet hit last week in the Jets' 42-20 loss at Oakland. The NFL also fined Giants rookie tight end Evan Engram just over $12,000 for an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty he received after celebrating his first career touchdown with a questionable gesture.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Washington Wizards will open the season without forward Markieff Morris, who averaged a career-high 14 points and 6.5 rebounds last season. Morris has undergone sports hernia surgery and is expected to be out six to eight weeks, causing him to miss at least the first six games of the regular season. Morris and his twin brother, Marcus, are currently on trial for aggravated assault in Phoenix.
 
     Elsewhere in the NBA:
 
     - Minnesota guard Andrew Wiggins says he is going over the five-year, $148 million offer from the Wolves deliberately to make sure everything is where he wants it before he signs. Wiggins says he feels good about the max contract offer, but adds he's in no rush to get it signed.
 
     - Coach Steve Kerr expects the Warriors to meet as a group in the coming days to decide whether to visit President Donald Trump's White House as NBA champions. Stephen Curry has been outspoken about not attending and says Golden State must consider the "magnitude of this decision."
 

 

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