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Hillsboro-Central Valley won the State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament at the Minot State Dome last night....

    MINOT, ND - Hillsboro-Central Valley won the State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament at the Minot State Dome last night.

High School Boys Basketball
    Class B

        State Tournament - Minot State Dome
            7th Place
                Stanley 64, Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 48
            5th Place
                Dickinson Trinity 49, Bishop Ryan 45
            3rd Place
                Ellendale 78, Oak Grove 61
            Championship
                Hillsboro-Central Valley 63, Four Winds-Minnewauken 60            
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     MINOT, N.D. (AP) - Kyle Henningsgard's 3-pointer at the buzzer lifted Hillsboro-Central Valley to a 63-60 win over defending state champion Four Winds in the North Dakota Class B boys championship game on Saturday.
 
     Henningsgard, who made just 5 of 17 shots, took a feed in the right corner and swished his second 3-pointer of the game as time ran out. He finished with a team-high 15 points.
 
     The Burros played from behind the entire game, taking their first lead since early in the first quarter on Henningsgard's 3-pointer with 1:39 left.
 
     Four Winds went back on top 60-58 on Steve Redfox's basket with 1:00 to play but Cade Baesler tied it with 43 seconds remaining.
 
     Tanner Linnell had 14 points and Jack Camrud 11 points and nine rebounds for Hillsboro-Central Valley.
 
     Four Winds-Minnewaukan was led by Tronis McKay's 21 points. Irvin Tomahawk had 16 and Redfox 12.

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    MINOT, ND - Aanen Moody shattered North Dakota's Class A scoring record this season. On Saturday, the Dickinson standout added the title of Mr. Basketball to his resume. Moody convincingly became the 35th recipient of the award, which is presented annually to the top senior player in the state by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
    The 6-foot-3 guard received 16 of 24 first-place votes and 91 total points. Moody was one of seven finalists and became the second Dickinson player to earn the award.
    "It's an honor, but not just for me," Moody said. "It's an honor for my entire community, my teammates and my coaches."
    Moody will be remembered as one of the most prolific scorers the state has ever produced. Averaging over 30 points per game in both his junior and senior seasons, Moody piled up a record 2,192 career points.
    He was an eighth-grader when Fargo Shanley's A.J. Jacobson set the previous benchmark at 2,002 points in 2013.
    "I think coach (Dan) Glasser coming to the program and allowing me to work free in our system was the biggest thing to my success," Moody said. "But I've always had the mentality that I'm going to score no matter who is in front of me."
    Glasser just wrapped up his second season as head coach of the Midgets. Moody scored 1,671 points under Glasser, helping Dickinson to 39 wins and back-to-back state tournament appearances.
    "It was pretty obvious how special he was," Glasser said. "I didn't want to do anything to limit his ability, because when he scores the way he does it really helped our team. The numbers kind of speak for themselves."
    Moody posted per-game averages of 30.6 points, 6.5 rebounds, 3.5 steals and three assists in his senior campaign, which culminated with a third-place finish at last week's Class A state tournament in Bismarck. He was named the Class A senior athlete of the year and is going for a second straight first team all-state award.
    Moody, who committed to play basketball at North Dakota after his junior season, joins Lucas Moorman as Mr. Basketball recipients from Dickinson. Moorman was awarded the honor in 2004.
    "It's really exciting," Moody said, on continuing his career with the Fighting Hawks. "I can't wait to get there this summer and find out what it's like to be a Division I basketball player."
    KyJuan Johnson of Minot, Tronis McKay of Four Winds-Minnewaukan, Jake Paper of Fargo Davies, Logan Nelson of Northern Cass, Jacob Mertens of Devils Lake and Siman Sem of Fargo North also were finalists.
    Johnson, a 6-foot point guard, finished second in the voting with four first-place votes and 51 points. Johnson averaged 16.9 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 2.1 steals per game for the three-time defending Class A champion Magicians.
    McKay, a 6-3 guard/forward, also received four first-place votes and finished third in the voting with 49 points. McKay averaged 21.5 points, 7.4 rebounds, 3.5 assists and 3.2 steals for the Indians, and was named Class B senior athlete of the year.
    Paper, a 6-7 forward, tallied eight points in the voting. Paper posted 18.9 points, 12.9 rebounds and 2.3 blocks this season for the Eagles.
    Nelson, a 6-3 guard, garnered seven points. The Jaguars' standout posted per-game averages of 27.6 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.7 steals in his senior season.
    Mertens, a 6-3 guard, collected six points in the voting. He averaged 20.1 points, 5.7 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 1.7 steals per night for the Firebirds this winter.
    Sem, a 6-4 guard/forward, received four points. In 13 games prior to being injured this season, Sem averaged 22.7 points, 9.9 rebounds, 4.9 assists, 2.6 steals and 1.1 blocks for the Spartans.
    Last year's Mr. Basketball recipient was Four Winds-Minnewaukan's Jason Feather.
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    MINOT, ND - The Minot Minotauros won in a shootout.

NAHL Hockey
            Minot Minotauros 4, Austin Bruins 3 SO
            Bismarck Bobcats 7, Brookings Blizzard 4

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      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Joey Anderson scored with 51 seconds left to lift Minnesota Duluth to a 4-3 win over North Dakota Saturday in the championship game of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference Frozen Faceoff.

    Anderson's power-play goal from the left corner deflected off the skate of UND's Hayden Shaw and through the pads of goalie Cam Johnson.

    The game included 27 penalties and five power-play goals. The Fighting Hawks (21-15-3) were 3-for-10 on the power play and skated four times 5-on-3. The Bulldogs (25-6-7) were 2-for-7. Anderson's goal came moments after a 5-on-3 expired.

    Dominic Toninato, Riley Tufte and Adam Johnson scored in a span of 58 seconds of the second period as the Bulldogs came back from a 1-0 deficit after one period.

    Trevor Olson, Brock Boeser and Tyson Jost scored for UND, which got 19 saves from Johnson.

    Hunter Miska had 32 saves for UMD.

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      ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Oscar Lindberg had a goal and an assist, Antti Raanta made 25 saves and the New York Rangers held on to beat the Minnesota Wild 3-2 on Saturday night.
 
     Brady Skjei and Jimmy Vesey also scored for the Rangers, who are 7-1 in their last eight road games and have a league-high 26 victories away from home this season.
 
     Eric Staal and Matt Dumba scored for the Wild, who lost for the seventh time in their last nine games. Devan Dubnyk made 27 saves.

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     UNDATED (AP) - There will be a new champion crowned in NCAA men's basketball on April 3. Wisconsin made sure of that by knocking off Villanova.
 
     Nigel Hayes hit a tiebreaking layup with 11.4 seconds left as the eighth-seeded Badgers beat the No. 1 overall seed, 65-62. The Wildcats had a chance to tie the game after Hayes' driving basket, but Josh Hart was stripped of the ball by Ethan Happ before Vitto Brown hit one of two free throws with four seconds left. Villanova's last shot was well off the mark, setting off a celebration of red-clad fans in Buffalo.
 
     Hayes finished with 19 points and Bronson Koenig (KAY'-nihg) had 17 despite foul trouble to help Wisconsin eliminate a No. 1 seed for the third time in four years.
 
     Villanova trailed by four at halftime but led 54-49 with 5:43 remaining before Koenig came off the bench to spark the Badgers' comeback.
 
     Hart finished with 19 points for the Wildcats, who were hoping to become the tournament's first repeat champions since Florida in 2007.
 
     Wisconsin will head to New York and face No. 4 Florida.
 
     The Gators had no trouble advancing as Devin Robinson and Justin Leon each had double-doubles in a 65-39 stifling of No. 5 Virginia. Robinson provided 14 points and 11 rebounds, while Leon added 14 boards and 10 boards to help Florida reach the regional semifinals for the fifth time in seven years.
 
     The Gators held Virginia to a season-low 17 points in the first half and 30.2 percent shooting on the night.
 
     Also in Buffalo, fourth seed West Virginia advanced to the Sweet 16 for the third time in seven years by downing Notre Dame, 83-71. Jevon Carter popped in 24 points to help the Mountaineers overcome Bonzie Colson's 27 points and eight boards.
 
     Tarik Phillip added 12 points and Esa Ahmad had nine rebounds for the West Virginia, which battles No. 1 seed Gonzaga in the West Regional semifinal Thursday at San Jose.
 
     The Bulldogs stayed alive by holding off Northwestern, 79-73 at Salt Lake City. The Wildcats cut a 22-point lead to five before Nigel Williams-Goss hit a pair of free throws following a technical foul called on Northwestern coach Chris Collins with 4:54 left. Williams-Goss contributed 20 points, eight boards and four assists, while Zach Collins and Jordan Mathews each had 14 points for the Zags.
 
     Xavier will be part of the Sweet 16 after completing its second upset of the tournament. Trevon Blueitt scored 29 points and the No. 11 Musketeers moved into the West Region semifinal by crushing third-seeded Florida State, 91-66. Kaiser Gates came off the bench to contribute 14 points for Xavier.
 
     The Musketeers shot 56 percent from the field, including 11-for-17 from beyond the arc.
 
     Xavier next battles Arizona.
 
     The second-seeded Wildcats staved off a challenge by No. 7 Saint Mary's as Lauri Markkanen and Allonzo Trier combined for 30 points in Arizona's 69-60 win against the Gaels. Trier scored nine of his 14 points during an 11-2 run that put the Wildcats up 55-48. Markkanen finished with 16 points and 11 boards.
 
     Purdue has reached the Sweet 16 for the first time in seven years with a wild 80-76 victory over Iowa State. The Cyclones erased a 19-point deficit in the second half and took the lead with 3:11 to play before P.J. Thompson drained a 3-pointer. Caleb Swanigan provided several huge plays down the stretch and finished with 20 points, 12 boards and seven assists.
 
     The Boilermakers will take on either Kansas or Michigan State Thursday in Kansas City.
 
     Butler is in the regional semifinals for the first time since making back-to-back trips to the title game in 2010 and 2011. Kelan Martin scored 19 points and the Bulldogs supplied smothering defense in a 74-65 decision over 11th seed Middle Tennessee. Andrew Chrabascz added 15 points for fourth-seeded Butler, including a 3 that put Butler ahead 62-56 with 3:25 left.
 
     Butler's next game is against top seed North Carolina or Arkansas.
 
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     OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - Russell Westbrook fell two rebounds shy of his NBA-leading 35th triple-double of the season, but that was the only disappointment for the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday.
 
     Westbrook delivered 28 points and 10 assists as the Thunder earned their fifth consecutive win, 110-94 over Sacramento. He had triple-doubles in each of the first four games of the winning streak and needs seven more in Oklahoma City's final 13 games to tie Oscar Robertson single-season record, set in 1961-62.
 
     Doug McDermott furnished 21 points on 8 of 9 shooting, while Steven Adams delivered 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Thunder.
 
     Oklahoma City is within 2 1/2 games of the Northwest-leading Jazz after Jimmy Butler dropped in 23 points and Bobby Portis added a career-high 22 in Chicago's 95-86 win over Utah. Rookie Denzel Valentine hit three 3-pointers in the final period and recorded his first double-double with 11 points and 10 boards.
 
     Also in the NBA:
 
     - Memphis made it four straight wins as Mike Conley's 19 points, seven rebounds and six assists led a 104-96 victory over San Antonio. Zach Randolph added 18 points for the Grizzlies, who led by just three with 5:45 left before going on a 9-1 run. Kawhi Leonard had 22 points in the Spurs' second straight loss.
 
     - The Warriors lead the West by 2  1/2 games over the Spurs following Stephen Curry's 28-point performance in Golden State's 117-92 rout of Milwaukee. Curry nailed six 3-pointers and Klay Thompson had 21 points as the Warriors improved to a league-best 55-14. Golden State has won three straight since a season-worst, three-game skid, with the last two victories by at least 25 points.
 
     - Blake Griffin scored 13 of his 23 points on the third quarter to help the Clippers pull away in a 108-78 trouncing of Cleveland. J.J. Redick had 16 points against the Cavaliers, who rested LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving. Richard Jefferson scored 12 to lead the Cavs in their lowest-scoring game of the season.
 
     - James Harden's triple-double featured 40 points in Houston's 109-105 win at Denver. Harden also had 10 boards and 10 assists as the Rockets ended the Nuggets' four-game winning streak.
 
     - Cody Zeller scored 19 points and the Hornets snapped a three-game losing streak by downing the Wizards, 98-93 in Charlotte. Kemba Walker and Marvin Williams chipped in 16 points apiece as the Hornets dropped Washington two games behind Boston for the second seed in the East.
 
     - Portland won for the seventh time in nine games as Damian Lillard scored 27 points and C.J. McCollum added 22 in a 113-97 decision over the Hawks in Atlanta. The Hawks dropped their third in a row and played without Paul Millsap due to tightness in his left knee.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Columbus Blue Jackets held a piece of the NHL's Metropolitan Division lead for a few hours on Saturday, only to fall back to second place with Washington's win at Tampa Bay.
 
     Cam Atkinson scored 79 seconds into overtime to complete the Jackets' 3-2 win over the New York Islanders in Brooklyn. Oliver Bjorkstrand and Josh Anderson had second-period goals to give Columbus a 2-1 lead, but the Isles earned a point by getting a John Tavares goal 8:48 into the third.
 
     New York fell one point behind Toronto for the final Eastern Conference playoff berth.
 
     The Capitals had dropped five of six before T.J. Oshie recorded a hat trick and had an assist in a 5-3 win at Tampa Bay. Justin Williams and John Carlson supplied goals early in the third period as the Caps became the first team to clinch a Stanley Cup playoff berth.
 
     Nicklas Backstrom collected four assists against the Lightning, who are two points out of an Eastern Conference playoff slot.
 
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
 
     - Chicago's lead in the Central Division is up to five points over the Wild after Ryan Hartman scored with 17 seconds left in overtime to lift the Blackhawks over the Maple Leafs, 2-1 in Toronto. John Hayden notched his first NHL goal and Corey Crawford stopped 25 of 26 shots in the Hawks' fourth consecutive win.
 
     - Minnesota's longest losing streak of the season has grown to four games with a 3-2 setback to the Rangers. Oscar Lindberg had a goal and an assist, and Antti Raanta made 25 saves in New York's seventh win in eight road games.
 
     - Montreal got shootout goals from Paul Byron and Alexander Radulov in a 4-3 triumph over Ottawa. Brendan Gallagher put the Canadiens ahead in the third period, but Erik Karlsson tied it with 4:57 left in regulation before the Habs moved two points ahead of the second-place Senators in the Atlantic Division.
 
     - Goals by Patrick Eaves and Jakob Silfverberg helped Anaheim pull out a 2-1 win at San Jose and climb within four points of the Pacific Division-leading Sharks. Jonathan Bernier made 14 of his 33 saves in the final period to protect the Ducks' lead.
 
     - The Oilers earned their third straight win as Cam Talbot pushed aside 33 shots in a 2-0 shutout of Vancouver. Connor McDavid and Mark Letestu did the scoring to help the Oilers move one point ahead of Calgary for third in the Pacific.
 
     - Jeff Skinner scored twice and Jordan Staal had a goal and an assist as Carolina doubled up Nashville, 4-2. Eddie Lack turned back 27 shots in helping the Hurricanes end the Predators' three-game winning streak.
 
     - Jake Allen picked up his fourth shutout of the season by handling 31 shots in the Blues' 3-0 victory at Arizona. Scottie Upshall, Alex Pietrangelo and David Perron scored to help the Blues win for the seventh time in eight games overall and move into third place in the Central Division.
 
     - Tomas Tatar scored twice in a 1:36 span while Detroit was collecting four goals in the third period of a 5-1 win against Colorado. Tatar's first goal put the Red Wings ahead to stay, less than two minutes after Nathan MacKinnon tied it for the Avalanche.
 
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     GOODYEAR, Ariz. (AP) - Reds pitcher Bronston Arroyo says he doesn't expected to miss a start despite being hit in the face by a catcher's throw Saturday. Devin Mesoraco trying to throw out Drew Robinson on a stolen base attempt when his toss nailed the 40-year-old right-hander. Arroyo stayed on his feet and talked to Reds trainer Steve Bauman before leaving the game. Arroyo is attempting to make a comeback with the Reds after missing 2 1/2 years with elbow and shoulder injuries.
 

 


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