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God's grace does not come to people who morally outperform others, but to those who admit their failure to perform and who acknowledge their need for a Savior.

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K-HEART SPORTS - SATURDAY - 11/05/16 - MORNING EDITION

Minot's attempt at a third consecutive trip to the Dakota Bowl fell short last night as the Magicians lost to Bismarck High in the Class AAA semifinals....

    MINOT, ND - Minot's attempt at a third consecutive trip to the Dakota Bowl fell short last night as the Magicians lost to Bismarck High in the Class AAA semifinals.  

    The other three classes of football classes hold their semifinals today.  We'll bring you a Class A contest between Des Lacs-Burlington and Bishop Ryan on 106.9 K-Heart and www.khrt.com staring at 1:15 pm.

 
High School Football
    Class AAA
        Semifinal
            W2 (2) Bismarck Century 30, E1 (1) West Fargo 28
            W3 (4) Bismarck 43, W1 (3) Minot 38

    Class AA
        Semifinal - Sat, 11/5
            E3 (4) Kindred at E1 (2) Fargo Shanley, 3 pm
            E2 (4) Hillsboro-Central Valley at W1 (1) Bismarck St Mary's, 3 pm

    Class A
        Semifinal - Sat, 11/5
            R1#2 Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm at R2#2 (2) Langdon, 2 pm
            R3#2 (4) Bishop Ryan at R3#1 Des Lacs-Burlington, 1:30 pm HEARD ON 106.9 K-HEART

    9-Man
        Semifinal - Sat, 11/5
            R2#1 (1) Thompson at R3#1 (2) Shiloh Christian, 2 pm
            R4#1 (3) North Prairie at R5#1 (5) New Salem-Glen Ullin, 2 pm

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    MINOT, ND - Watford City won the District 15 Volleyball Tournament last night.

High School Volleyball
    Class B

    District 15 Tournament - Parshall
        Region Qualifier
            Alexander def. New Town, 25-21, 25-19, 21-25, 25-21
            Trinity Christian def. Trenton, 25-10, 13-25, 25-10, 21-25, 15-10
        Championship
            Watford City def. Parshall, 25-17, 25-9, 25-15

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    Region 7 Tournament
        Play In
            #8 Glen Ullin-Hebron def. #9 Killdeer, 25-17, 25-19, 25-23
            #5 Beulah def. #12 Beach, 25-15, 25-22, 25-13
            #7 Mott-Regent def. #10 Bowman County, 25-19, 25-14, 25-22
            #6 New England def. #11 Richardton-Taylor, 25-22, 25-12, 25-20

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    MINOT, ND - Other scores from Friday.

College Womens Volleyball
            Wayne State def. Minot State, 13-25, 16-25, 19-25


College Mens Hockey
            Arizona State 3, Minot State 2 OT
            University of North Dakota 5, University of Minnesota 5


NAHL Hockey
            Aberdeen Wings 3, Minot Minotauros 1
            Austin Bruins 5, Bismarck Bobcats 2

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    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - The Minot State University soccer team fell in double overtime to Augustana in the second round of the NSIC Tournament.
 
    Augustana was able to score, though, just 92 seconds before halftime. The Vikings halftime lead was the first time an MSU opponent was able to hold a lead going into the break.
 
    The Beavers came out after the half with a heavy offensive attack which led to a Chloe Melton goal at the 69-minute mark to tie the game. Kelli Creese and Ashley Franco assisted on Melton's 13th goal of the season.
 
    The game went into double overtime as neither team found the net in the first 10 minutes of extra play. Augustana earned the win to advance with a golden goal in the 107th minute off a corner kick. The Vikings will play Minnesota State in the NSIC Tournament Championship on Sunday at 1 pm at Herb Parker Stadium.
 
    Minot State will find out if it will continue playing this season on Monday when the NCAA will make its regional selection.

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    FARGO, ND - Missouri Valley Football Conference leaders North Dakota State (7-1) and Youngstown State (6-2) meet in the 43rd annual Harvest Bowl today, 2:30 p.m. at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome.  Both teams are 4-1 and tied with South Dakota State for first place in the conference.  Pre-game begins at 2 pm on 1320 KHRT and www.khrt.com

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota came from behind four times to earn a 5-5 men's hockey tie with third-ranked North Dakota on Friday. Tommy Novak's second goal of the game and the Gophers' third goal of the third period at 18:43 knotted the game for the final time. North Dakota (5-2-1) led 2-0, 3-2, 4-3 and 5-4. But the 13th-ranked Gophers kept coming back.
 
     Novak's first goal in the first period tied the game for the Gophers (3-2-2). Hayden Shaw, Brock Boeser, Tyson Jost and Tucker Poolman scored goals that gave UND the lead. Austin Poganski also scored. Tyler Sheehy, Brent Gates also had game-tying goals. UND goalie Cam Johnson made 32 saves and Minnesota's Eric Schierhorn stopped 17.

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     Boise, Id. (AP) - No. 24 Boise State has put one in the win column after their bid for an unbeaten season was dashed last weekend.
 
     Brett Rypien (RIH'-pehn), Cedrick Wilson and Jeremy McNichols led the Broncos' offense in a 45-31 triumph over San Jose State. Rypien threw for 219 yards and three touchdowns, with Wilson grabbing six passes for 102 yards and two scores. McNichols highlighted a ground game that gained almost 300 yards, finishing with 158 and two TDs on 28 carries.
 
     Alexander Mattison carried 19 times for 100 yards and a touchdown as Boise improved to 8-1.
 
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     FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Austin Dillon has captured the pole for Sunday's Sprint Cup race at Texas Motor Speedway.
 
     Dillon had a fast lap of 192.301 mph in the final round of qualifying for his third career pole. The qualifying victory comes two weeks after Dillon's heartbreaking finish knocked him out of the championship chase.
 
     Joey Logano qualified second and will be the highest starter of the eight drivers still eligible for the season championship.
 
     Jimmie Johnson is the only driver who has locked in one of the four spots for title-deciding race at Homestead in two weeks.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Derrick Rose and Joakim (JOH'-keem) Noah returned to Chicago on Friday for the first time since leaving the Bulls after last season. Both received loud ovations and were honored by a video tribute during the first timeout, but it was another pair of Knicks that led a 117-104 victory over the Bulls
 
     Kristaps Porzingis (KRIHS'-tahps pohr-ZIHN'-guhs) had 27 points and Carmelo Anthony added 25 as the Knicks bounced back from Wednesday's horrible performance against Houston. The two helped New York race out to a 22-6 lead.
 
     Rose scored 15 points, had 11 assists and converted a 3-point play after Chicago got within 108-102 with under two minutes remaining. The Chicago native received a smattering of jeers during introductions and was booed every time he touched the ball in the first couple of minutes before the video presentation.
 
     Noah chipped in 16 points and nine rebounds to help the Knicks post their first road win of the season.
 
     Bulls guard Dwyane (dwayn) Wade topped all scorers with 35 points, while teammate Jimmy Butler added 26.
 
     Also in the NBA:
 
     - Julius Randle delivered 20 points and 14 rebounds for the Los Angeles Lakers in a 117-97 pounding of Golden State. Lou Williams also finished with 20 points to help the Lakers even their record at 3-3. Kevin Durant finished with 27 points for the Warriors, but Klay Thompson and Stephen (STEH'-fehn) Curry combined for just 23 on 9-for-35 shooting as the Warriors dropped to 4-2. Golden State didn't suffer its second loss last season until Game No. 31.
 
     - San Antonio rebounded from its first loss of the season as Kawhi (kah-WY') Leonard scored 29 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in a 100-86 victory at the Utah Jazz. LaMarcus Aldridge had 19 points for the Spurs, who lost to the Jazz by 15 on Tuesday and trailed this one 10-2 before reeling off a 29-7 run.
 
     - DeMar DeRozan scored 34 points and Terrence Ross came off the bench to add 20 to send the Raptors past the Heat, 96-87. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, DeRozan is the first NBA player since Michael Jordan in 1986 to begin a season with five straight 30-point performances.
 
     - Chris Paul and Blake Griffin each had double-doubles and DeAndre Jordan grabbed 21 rebounds as the Clippers beat Memphis, 99-88. Paul finished with 27 points and 11 assists, while Griffin had 14 points and 10 boards to help Los Angeles compensate for its 38 percent shooting.
 
     - Kemba Walker poured in a season-high 30 points and the Hornets improved their best start in 16 years to 4-1 by beating the Nets, 99-95 in Brooklyn. Nicolas Batum (bah-TOOM') added 18 points and nine rebounds for Charlotte, and Marvin Williams canned a 3-pointer with 1:05 left after the Nets pulled within 92-91.
 
     - Portland was a 105-95 winner at Dallas behind Damian Lillard, who scored 27 of his season-high 42 points in the second half. Mason Plumlee had 19 points against the Mavericks, who are 0-5 for the first time in franchise history.
 
     - The Wizards were 0-3 until Bradley Beal scored 20 of his 28 points in the second half of a 95-92 triumph over Atlanta. Beal was averaging 14 points a night and hadn't scored more than 15 in a game until he drained three 3-pointers and went 13 of 14 from the line versus the Hawks.
 
     - Devin Booker scored 38 points and the Phoenix Suns kept the Pelicans winless by earning a 112-111 overtime victory at New Orleans. Booker drained an improbable jumper that tied the game as regulation expired before the Suns dropped the Pelicans to 0-6.
 
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     COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Give the Montreal Canadiens credit. When they end a lengthy winning streak, they do it in grand fashion.
 
     The Canadiens had won eight straight before allowing the Columbus Blue Jackets to set a franchise record for goals in a 10-0 shutout of Montreal. The Jackets are the first NHL team to score 10 in a game since the Blues in Detroit on March 30, 2011. It's also the first 10-0 shutout since the Flames blew out the Lightning in January 1996.
 
     Four Blue Jackets had two goals apiece against Al Montoya, who entered the game 3-0-1 with a 1.47 goals-against average. Josh Anderson and Nick Foligno (foh-LEE'-noh) each had two goals and an assist, while Cam Atkinson and Scott Hartnell provided two apiece.
 
     Alexander Wennberg collected four assists and Sergei Bobrovsky (boh-BRAHF'-skee) handled 30 shots in his third shutout of the season.
 
     Montreal was the last team without a regulation loss.
 
     The last time the Canadiens surrendered 10 or more goals in a game was on Dec. 2, 1995 at home against Detroit. Patrick Roy (wah) surrendered nine of those 11 goals in the first 32 minutes and demanded a trade immediately after he was pulled from the net.
 
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
 
     - Brandon Tanev (TAN'-ehv) had never scored an NHL goal until he tallied twice in Winnipeg's 5-3 victory over Detroit. Tanev's second goal of the night came with 1:16 remaining and helped the Jets rally from a 3-2 deficit in the third period.
 
     - Rickard Rackell (RAH'-kehl) scored twice and had an assist to highlight Anaheim's 5-1 trouncing of Phoenix. Antoine Vermette added a goal and an assist to back John Gibson's 21-save effort as the Ducks bounced back from Wednesday's 5-1 home loss to Pittsburgh.
 
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     CHICAGO (AP) - It was a party that was 108 years in the making.
 
     The Chicago river was blue from dye and baseball fans in Chicago celebrated the Cubs win in the World Series with a parade.
 
     Chicago officials estimated the crowd at about 5 million people.
 
     Second baseman Ben Zobrist greeted fans at the championship rally with his World Series MVP trophy.
 
     Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon carried the World Series championship trophy onto the stage at a rally honoring the team in Grant Park.
 
     Maddon started by talking to the fans, saying "You guys are the best. Congratulations!"
 
     Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein told fans that they "are really what carried our guys through October." He said the players "felt how badly" the Chicago Cubs fans wanted a World Series win.
 
     Friday's rally ended with a rendition of "Go Cubs Go" and more blue and red confetti.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Diamondbacks have filled their managerial vacancy by hiring Red Sox bench coach Torey Lovullo. He had been considered a leading candidate for the job after Red Sox assistant general manager Mike Hazen was hired as Diamondbacks GM. The 51-year-old served under Boston skipper John Farrell for four seasons and guided the club to a 28-20 record in 2015 while Farrell was on medical leave.
 
     In other major league news:
 
     - The Houston Astros have picked up the $5.2 million, second-year option on their contract with catcher/designated hitter Evan Gattis. He made $3.2 million while batting .251 with career highs of 32 home runs and 72 RBIs in 120 games this year. The Astros also shipped reliever Pat Neshek (NEE'-shehk) to the Phillies for a player to be named or cash.
 
     - The Cleveland Indians have opted to pick up the options on manager Terry Francona and first baseman Carlos Santana. Francona led the Indians to the World Series, only to lose to the Cubs in seven games. Santana hit a career-high 34 home runs while splitting time between first base and designated hitter.
 
     - The Royals have exercised club options on All-Star closer Wade Davis and shortstop Alcides (al-SEE'-dehs) Escobar, while designated hitter Kendrys Morales and starter Edinson Volquez declined their mutual options. The Royals also declined their mutual option on Kris Medlen after the right-hander exercised his portion of it.
 
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     ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Denver's Pro Bowl cornerback Aqib Talib (UH'-keeb TUH'-leeb) will miss Sunday's game against Oakland with a stiff back. He also missed Denver's 37-19 win over San Diego last week with the same ailment.
 
     He missed practice all of this week and traveled to California on Thursday for a second opinion on his back, which began bothering him two weeks ago.
 
     In other NFL news:
 
     - Green Bay linebacker Datone Jones has been fined more than $36,000 by the NFL for his roughing-the-passer penalty against Atlanta last Sunday.
 
     - Cincinnati's Shawn Williams was docked over $24,000 for spearing on his hit against Washington's DeSean Jackson during the teams' 27-27 tie in London last Sunday.
 

     - Detroit's Tavon Wilson and Oakland's Karl Joseph were fined over $24,000 for unnecessary roughness penalties last weekend.
 
     - The Raiders' Donald Penn received a fine of over $18,000 for unnecessary roughness, and Oakland's Michael Crabtree has to pay a $9,000 fine for taunting.
 
     - Los Angeles Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson is very hopeful he will return from a high ankle sprain for Sunday's game against Carolina. Johnson was limited in practice Friday.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - One of the San Francisco players who hit a record-tying five home runs in a 12-run ninth inning of a 1961 game at Cincinnati has died. John Orsino was 78.
 
     His wife, Honey, says Orsino died Tuesday at Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, following a lengthy illness.
 
     Orsino was part of the home run barrage by the Giants in a 14-0 win at Cincinnati's Crosley Field on Aug. 23, 1961. Orlando Cepeda and Felipe Alou hit consecutive home runs, Jim Davenport had an inside-the-park homer, Willie Mays went deep and Orsino capped the burst with a three-run homer.
 

 


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