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The Class A football playoffs begin today and we'll carry two games for you, from Velva and DLB....

    MINOT, ND - The Class A football playoffs begin today and we'll carry two games for you, from Velva and DLB.  

High School Football
    Class A
        First Round   Central Time
            (R2#4) Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn at (R1#1) Hillsboro-Central Valley, 2 pm
            (R1#3) Fargo Oak Grove at (R2#2) Carrington, 3 pm
            (R3#4) Stanley at (R4#1) Dickinson Trinity, 2 pm
            (R4#3) Killdeer at (R3#2) Des Lacs-Burlington, 2 pm HEARD ON 106.9 FM
            (R4#4) Hazen at (R3#1) Velva, 1:30 pm HEARD ON 1320 AM
            (R3#3) Bishop Ryan at (R4#2) Beulah, 2 pm
            (R1#4) Kindred at (R2#1) Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich, 2 pm
            (R2#3) Harvey-Wells County at (R1#2) Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm, 2:30 pm


    MINOT, ND - The second round the the 9-Man football playoffs will be held today.  

High School Football
        Second Round   Central Time
            (R2#3) New Rockford-Sheyenne at (R1#1) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 2 pm
            (R1#4) May-Port-CG at (R2#2) Nelson County, 1:30 pm
            (R1#3) Hankinson at (R3#1) Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter, 2 pm
            (R1#2) Thompson at (R2#1) Cavalier, 2 pm
            (R5#3) Beach at (R6#1) Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 1:30 pm
            (R4#2) St John at (R5#2) Shiloh Christian, 2 pm
            (R5#4) Mott-Regent at (R4#1) North Prairie, 2 pm
            (R6#2) Divide County at (R5#1) New Salem-Glen Ullin, 2 pm


     MINOT, ND - Friday's scoreboard

College Womens Volleyball
            Minnesota-Duluth def. Minot State, 25-16, 25-9, 25-9

College Mens Hockey
            Minot State 5, Midland University 0
            Minnesota 2, North Dakota 1

NAHL Hockey
            Minot Minotauros 5, Minnesota Wilderness 3
            Bismarck Bobcats 3, Brookings Blizzard 1


    WILLISTON, ND - The NJCAA Division 2 Region 13 Sub-Regional Volleyball Tournament will be held this weekend in Williston.

College Womens Volleyball
    NJCAA Division 2 Region 13 Sub-Regional Volleyball Tournament - Williston
        First Round - Sat (10/21)
            (1) Bismarck State vs (4) Dakota College at Bottineau, 1 pm
            (2) Williston State vs (3) Dawson Community College, 3 pm
        Loser Out
            Bismarck State/DCB loser vs Williston State/DCC loser, 5 pm
            Bismarck State/DCB winner vs Williston State/DCC winner, 7 pm

    The second semifinal and championship are scheduled for Sunday.


    MINOT, N.D. - The Minot State football team will seek its second road victory of the season when it visits Minnesota-Duluth for a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference contest slated for a 1 p.m. kickoff today at Malosky Stadium. The Beavers victory this season came in week five when Minot State defeated Mary 27-19 in Bismarck.


    FARGO, ND - After securing back-to-back road victories, No. 2-ranked North Dakota State (6-0, 3-0 MVFC) returns home for its next two contests beginning with 10th-ranked Western Illinois (5-1, 2-1 MVFC) today.  The Fighting Leathernecks are 4-0 on the road this year including a 42-point FBS win at Coastal Carolina.  Game time is 2:30 p.m. at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome (18,700).


    GRAND FORKS, N.D. - UND will go for back-to-back home wins as Sacramento State visits the Alerus Center for a Big Sky clash. Kickoff for the program's annual "Green Out" game is set for 12:30 p.m. The Fighting Hawks are looking to rebound from a 41-17 loss at Montana last week.


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Jamal Crawford scored all 17 of his points in the fourth quarter and hit a 3-pointer with 27.5 seconds to go that helped the Minnesota Timberwolves hold off the Utah Jazz 100-97 in their home opener on Friday night.
     Andrew Wiggins had 21 points and Karl-Anthony Towns added 20 points and 10 boards for the Timberwolves in their first victory of the season. The Wolves led by 10 with five minutes to go before former point guard Ricky Rubio rallied the Jazz. But Crawford buried a 3 from the corner, his third in the period from beyond the arc, to clinch the win.
     Rubio had 19 points, 10 assists and five rebounds in his first game back in Minnesota. Rodney Hood scored 20 points before leaving with a left ankle injury, Derrick Favors scored 16 points and Rudy Gobert had 10 points and 12 rebounds for the Jazz.
     Rubio spent his first six seasons in Minnesota before being traded to Utah in July. He received a standing ovation from the crowd upon introductions before the game. He badly outplayed Jeff Teague, the point guard Minnesota jettisoned Rubio for, scoring 10 straight points for the Jazz in the final three minutes, including a free throw that put them up 96-95 with 55.6 seconds to play.
     Jimmy Butler hit a pair of free throws after Crawford's 3. Joe Johnson missed a desperation heave at the buzzer for the Jazz.

     WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) - Blake Wheeler scored the 200th goal of his NHL career with 6:46 left and the Winnipeg Jets held off the Minnesota Wild 4-3 on Friday night. Wheeler also helped Jets coach Paul Maurice become the 17th NHL coach to reach 600 victories.
     The Wild turned the puck over just outside their blue line and Kyle Connor fed a pass to Wheeler, who used a deke to beat goalie Devin Dubnyk at 13:14. The former University of Minnesota star's score made up for a disallowed Winnipeg goal midway through the period.
     Jets center Mark Scheifele appeared to have poked in the go-ahead goal, but it was overturned on a Minnesota challenge that Wheeler interfered with Dubnyk.
     Patrik Laine had a pair of power-play goals and Nikolaj Ehlers added his sixth goal of the season for Winnipeg. Scheifele and Dustin Byfuglien each had two assists, and Wheeler added one.
     Mikko Koivu, Mike Reilly and Chris Stewart scored for the Wild, and Jason Zucker had two of assists.
     Connor Hellebuyck made 25 saves for the Jets for his fourth victory of the season.
     Dubnyk stopped 26 shots for the rested Wild. They were playing their first game since their home opener last Saturday.

     HOUSTON (AP) - Justin Verlander and Jose Altuve have helped the Houston Astros force a Game 7 in the American League Championship Series. Verlander pitched seven shutout innings and Altuve drove in three runs as the Astros beat the Yankees, 7-1 in Houston to tie the series at three games apiece.
     Verlander baffled the Yanks for the second time in the series, holding them to five hits while striking out eight over the first seven frames. The veteran right-hander tossed a complete game in earning a 2-1 victory in Game 2.
     Altuve's two-run single put the Astros ahead 3-0 in the fifth inning, three batters after Brian McCann doubled home the game's first run. McCann also hit an RBI single in a four-run ninth after Altuve sparked the rally with a homer.
     Yankees starter Luis Severino was lifted after Altuve's fifth-inning single. Severino carried a one-hit shutout into the fifth before faltering.
    Game 7 is tonight in Houston. CC Sabathia is scheduled to start for New York against Charlie Morton in a rematch of Game 3, won 8-1 by Sabathia and the Yankees.


     KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Martin Truex Jr. will start from the pole for NASCAR's playoff race Sunday at Kansas Speedway, where he has won four straight races. He was followed by playoff contenders Kevin Harvick, Ryan Blaney, Matt Kenseth and Denny Hamlin in Friday's qualifying. Truex was already assured of advancing to the round of eight after his win at Charlotte.

     UNDATED (AP) - It took three tries, but the Boston Celtics have their first win of the season.
     Kyrie Irving scored 21 points and the Celtics put together an 11-4 run in the fourth quarter en route to a 102-92 win at Philadelphia. Al Horford and Jayson Tatum each had 15 points for the Celts, who dropped their first two games and lost Gordon Hayward to a fractured ankle in the season opener.
     J.J. Redick had a team-high 19 points for the 76ers, but Joel Embiid added just 11 points on 4 of 11 shooting in one of his worst games as a pro.
     Checking out the rest of the NBA finals:
     - Klay Thompson shot 7-for-12 from 3-point range while scoring a team-high 31 points to lead the Warriors to a 128-120 win at New Orleans. Stephen Curry finished with 28 points and provided four of Golden State's 18 treys. Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins each had 35 points for the Pelicans.
     - LeBron James delivered 24 points and eight assists as the Cavaliers whipped the Bucks 116-97 in Milwaukee. Kyle Korver finished with 17 points on 5-for-6 shooting from beyond the arc, including three straight 3s in a decisive 15-5 spurt that ended the third quarter. The Bucks lost handily despite Giannis Antetokounmpo, who finished with 34 points on 15 of 22 shooting.
     - Lonzo Ball fell one assist shy of a triple-double in his second NBA game as the second overall draft pick scored 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in the Lakers' 132-130 win at Phoenix. Ball scored eight points during a 2 1/2-minute span of the fourth quarter, including a floating layup that put Los Angeles ahead 130-122 with 1:35 remaining.
     - John Wall scored 20 of his 27 points in the second half and added 10 assists in the Wizards' 115-111 verdict over the Pistons. Otto Porter had a team-high 28 points and Bradley Beal added 24 as Washington won despite blowing a 15-point, fourth-quarter lead.
     - CJ McCollum scored 28 points on 12-of-18 shooting to lead the Trail Blazers past the Pacers 114-96. Damian Lillard scored 11 of his 18 points in the first quarter and Evan Turner added 17 points off the bench, including eight straight while Lillard took a breather.
     - Kemba Walker scored 26 points and Dwight Howard had 20 and 15 rebounds as the Hornets rallied to beat the Hawks, 109-91. The Hornets trailed by as many as 20 in the first half but scored 24 straight points in the third quarter to take control.
     - D'Angelo Russell, Trevor Booker and DeMarre Carroll scored 17 points apiece as the Nets won their home opener, 126-121 against the Magic. Booker added 11 rebounds and made the clinching free throws with 0.9 seconds left after Orlando's Evan Fournier missed a tying 3-point attempt.
     - Jamal Crawford scored all 17 of his points in the fourth quarter and hit a 3-pointer with 27.5 seconds to go in helping the Timberwolves hold off the Jazz 100-97. Andrew Wiggins had 21 points and Karl-Anthony Towns added 20 points and 10 boards for Minnesota.
     - The Kings were 93-88 winners at Dallas as rookie point guard De'Aaron Fox contributed nine points and 10 assists. George Hill had a team-high 21 points for Sacramento, which also got 13 points apiece from Buddy Hield (heeld) and Zach Randolph.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Pittsburgh Penguins carried a 2-0 lead into the second period on Friday before their power play began to click.
     The Pens went 3-for-4 with the man advantage to pull out a 4-3 win at Florida. Conor Sheary scored the final power-play goal to break a 3-3 deadlock with 2:53 remaining. Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby also scored with the man advantage as the Penguins improved to 5-2-1.
     The Panthers trailed 3-2 after allowing three goals on 22 shots in the second period, but they tied it on MacKenzie Weegar's goal midway through the third.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - The Devils had won six of their first seven games before Martin Jones turned back 28 shots to lead the Sharks to a 3-0 shutout in Newark. Melker Karlsson scored the game-winner in the first period before Joe Pavelski and Joonas Donskoi added goals to support Jones' 16th career shutout. Keith Kincaid stopped 30 shots in his first game since the Devils put No. 1 netminder Cory Schneider on injured reserve with a lower-body injury.
     - The Capitals pulled out a 4-3 win at Detroit on Alex Ovechkin's power-play goal 1:56 into overtime. Washington was in line for its third straight loss until T.J. Oshie scored with 61 seconds left in regulation.
     - Derek Grant scored his first two NHL goals and John Gibson set a team record for saves in a period, getting 28 of his 49 of the middle stanza to lead the Ducks' 6-2 win against the Canadiens. Grant's second goal came while Anaheim was three times in a 97-second span that contributed to Montreal's seventh consecutive loss.
     - The Canucks are 2-1 on their five-game trek after Derek Dorsett furnished two goals and an assist in a 3-2 decision over Buffalo. Daniel Sedin, Markus Granlund also scored, Brandon Sutter had two assists and Jacob Markstrom needed to make just 15 saves against the 1-7 Sabres.
     - Blake Wheeler's the 200th goal of his NHL career snapped a 3-3 tie with 6:46 left in the Jets' 4-3 triumph over Minnesota. Patrik Laine had a pair of power-play goals to help Paul Maurice to become the 17th NHL coach to reach 600 victories.

     UNDATED (AP) - Ron Gardenhire is in, Dusty Baker is out as the major league managing carousel continues.
     The Tigers have hired Gardenhire to replace Brad Ausmus, who was dismissed after four seasons as manager. Gardenhire managed the Twins from 2002-14, winning six division titles in his first nine seasons and 1,068 games. He inherits a team that tied for the worst record in the majors this year at 64-98.
     The Nationals fired Baker, who led the team to 192 wins and two division titles but no playoff series wins in his two years at the helm. The Nationals will be hiring their fifth permanent manager since 2011. Three of those skippers have left the dugout within one season of capturing an NL East crown.
     In other baseball news:
     - The Tigers are declining their $16 million option on right-hander Anibal Sanchez after he went 3-7 with a 6.41 ERA this year.

     UNDATED (AP) - Aaron Rodgers has been placed on injured reserve, one day after the Green Bay Packers quarterback underwent surgery on his broken collarbone.
     Head coach Mike McCarthy has said Rodgers could miss the rest of the season after getting hurt last weekend against the Minnesota Vikings. Backup Brett Hundley has replaced Rodgers and will make his first NFL start on Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
     Meanwhile, Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr said Friday that he had no intent to injure Rodgers. Barr hit Rodgers after he threw the ball on a rollout during the first quarter, but the contact did not draw a penalty.
     In other NFL news:
     - Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch has received a one-game suspension without pay from the league for shoving a game official during Thursday's victory over Kansas City. Lynch was ejected from the game after he shoved line judge Julian Mapp. He will be eligible to return to the active roster following next Sunday's game against the Bills.
     - Broncos coach Vance Joseph says Donald Stephenson tore his left calf muscle at practice Thursday, and linebacker Corey Nelson suffered a season-ending elbow injury. Stephenson is the third right tackle lost by the Broncos since Sunday night's loss to the Giants.
     - Dolphins center Mike Pouncey has returned to practice for the first time since entering the concussion protocol and missing last week's win at Atlanta. He's listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the New York Jets. Receiver DeVante Parker is doubtful because of an ankle injury, and cornerback Xavien Howard is questionable due to an ankle issue.
     - Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette is questionable for Sunday's game at Indianapolis because of a sprained right ankle.
     - Panthers middle linebacker Luke Kuechly will miss Carolina's game against the Chicago Bears while in the concussion protocol.
     - Falcons wide receiver Mohamed Sanu and defensive end Courtney Upshaw are expected to play against the Patriots on Sunday night. Sanu missed last week's loss to Miami with a hamstring injury. Upshaw has missed three games with ankle/knee injuries.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Brooklyn Nets say Jeremy Lin has had surgery repair a ruptured patella tendon in his right knee and will miss the remainder of the season. The team says Friday's surgery was successful and Lin is expected to make a full recovery. Lin was hurt in the fourth quarter of the season opener Wednesday at Indiana.
     In other NBA news:
     - Miami Heat center Hassan Whiteside will miss the team's home opener today against the Pacers because of a bone bruise in his knee. He was injured in Miami's season-opening loss Wednesday at Orlando.
     - Hawks rookie guard/forward DeAndre' Bembry has a fractured right wrist. It's unclear how long he will be out, although his status will be updated after he meets with team physicians on Monday.
     - Mavericks guard Devin Harris has been granted a leave of absence after his brother was killed in a car crash. A Dallas police statement said 38-year-old Bruce Harris died Thursday afternoon from injuries suffered in a crash.
     - The national anthem singer at the Nets' home opener took a knee at the end of her performance. Justine Skye received some cheers, but there appeared to be more boos from the crowd before the Nets took on the Magic.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Red Wings have finally agreed in principle to a one-year, $1.4 million deal with left wing Andreas Athanasiou. General manager Ken Holland said the 23-year-old Athanasiou needed to travel back from Europe and go through the immigration process, and that he still needed to pass a physical. Athanasiou was second on the Wings with 18 goals last season.
     In other NHL news:
     - The league has issued a statement acknowledging video review incorrectly nullified a late-game goal by the Colorado Avalanche during a 4-3 loss to the St. Louis Blues. The NHL said it made a mistake by taking away Sven Andrighetto's goal late in the third period on a coach's challenge for offside. The review determined that the play was offside, but on a previous entry into the zone, which is not supposed to be subject to a challenge.


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