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    MINOT, ND - Saturday scoreboard.

High School Volleyball
    Class A
            Bismarck Century def. Williston 25-11, 25-12, 25-9
            Bismarck St Mary's def. Turtle Mountain 25-6, 25-1, 25-20
    Class B
        Lakota Tournament
            Pool Play

        POOL A
            Midkota def. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 25-18, 25-19
            Midkota def. Barnes County North, 25-21, 23-25
            Midkota def. Dakota Prairie, 25-9, 25-21
            Barnes County North def. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 25-19, 25-16
            Barnes County North def. Dakota Prairie, 25-17, 25-10
            Dakota Prairie def. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 25-22, 25-21

        POOL B
            Enderlin def. Rolla, 25-11, 25-11
            Enderlin def. Lakota, 25-18, 25-14
            Enderlin def. Devils Lake JV, 25-18, 23-25
            Devils Lake JV def. Rolla, 25-20, 25-21
            Devils Lake JV def. Lakota, 23-25, 25-19
            Rolla def. Lakota, 25-18, 25-21


        5th Place
            Dakota Prairie def. Rolla, 25-24, 18-25, 15-4
            Devils Lake JV def. Midkota, 25-22, 21-25, 15-10
            Enderlin def. Barnes County North, 18-25, 25-24, 15-10
        3rd Place
            Barnes County North def. Midkota, 15-25, 25-16, 15-9
            Enderlin def. Devils Lake JV, 16-25, 25-15, 15-12

College Volleyball
            Minnesota State-Moorhead def. Minot State, 25-23, 20-25, 29-27, 25-16
            Minot State def. Bemidji State, 20-25, 25-18, 25-19, 25-19


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Ty Brooks, RJ Urzendowski and Lance Dunn each scored two touchdowns in North Dakota State's season-opening 72-7 defeat of Mississippi Valley State on Saturday.
     Brooks dashed for TD runs of 6 and 36 yards on consecutive scoring drives in the second quarter, finishing with 127 yards on 11 carries. Urzendowski put the Bison, a perennial FCS powerhouse, on the board barely four minutes into the game, grabbing a 47-yard pass from Easton Stick. Dunn, the game's leading rusher with 142 yards, scored from the 24 in NDSU's 30-point first quarter, and raced a career-best 73 yards to score on the second play after halftime.
     The Bison rolled to 683 yards total offense, while holding the Delta Devils to 58 thanks to five sacks, 11 tackles for loss and an interception.
     Christopher Fowler scored MVSU's lone TD.
     The Bison travel to Eastern Washington next week, a meeting of last season's No. 1- and No. 2-seeded teams in the FCS playoffs.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Joe Mauer went 4 for 4 with two RBIs and Eduardo Escobar hit two home runs while driving in six runs, as the Minnesota Twins erupted for a 17-0 victory over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday night.
     Brian Dozier added a three-run homer and Byron Buxton went 3 for 5 with three runs, making starter Kyle Gibson (9-10) as comfortable as possible over six scoreless innings to help the Twins improve to 21-10 since Aug. 2. They took a 1 1/2-game lead for the second AL wild card spot into the night.
     Dozier, Mauer, Buxton, Jorge Polanco and Escobar, the first five batters in the lineup, combined to go 13 for 21 with 13 runs and 15 RBIs.
     The Royals, 11-20 since July 31, were shut out for the 15th time this season - fifth in the last nine games.
     Royals starter Onelki Garcia (0-1) gave up four runs, four hits and a walk while getting just one out in the first inning in his first major league start.


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Vikings have released left guard Alex Boone after one season, completing a substantial makeover of their offensive line after a struggle last year.
     Boone was among 34 players the Vikings cut Saturday to comply with the 53-man regular season roster limit. Boone signed a four-year contract worth as much as $26.8 million as a free agent from San Francisco in 2016. He'll count $3.4 million against Minnesota's salary cap.
     The Vikings will now have only one returning starter from last season's front five: Joe Berger has moved from center to right guard. Also released were guards Willie Beavers and T.J. Clemmings, fourth-round draft picks in 2016 and 2015, respectively.
     Quarterbacks Taylor Heinicke and Mitch Leidner were also released.

     GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - The Green Bay Packers have cut Joe Callahan and Taysom Hill, who were competing for the third-string quarterback job, along with two late-round draft picks in rookie receivers DeAngelo Yancey and Malachi Dupre.
     The Packers also placed rookie linebacker Vince Biegel, a fourth-round pick, on the physically unable to perform list. He missed training camp with a foot injury.
     Green Bay elected to keep 10 offensive linemen on the 53-man roster announced Saturday. The Packers have a solid starting five protecting quarterback Aaron Rodgers, though the second-string line struggled at times in camp.
     The team figures to make at least one more move with the impending addition of free agent linebacker Ahmad Brooks. The veteran agreed to a one-year deal earlier in the week, though the team has not officially announced the signing.

     NEW YORK (AP) - The WNBA has awarded the 2018 All-Star game to the Minnesota Lynx, a first for the franchise that will have a remodeled arena to flaunt next season.
     The league announced Saturday that the annual summer showcase will be played July 28 at Target Center, the home of the Lynx and NBA's Timberwolves in downtown Minneapolis. The 27-year-old facility has been undergoing a $140 million renovation to be finished next month.
     The project has forced the Lynx to play home games this season at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. They'll start the WNBA semifinals Sept. 12 at Williams Arena at the University of Minnesota.
     The Lynx have played in five of the last six finals, winning three titles. Forward Maya Moore was named MVP of the last two All-Star games.

     UNDATED (AP) - Defense and special teams led Alabama to victory in the season opener for two of the nation's top three teams.
     The top-ranked Crimson Tide picked off a pair of Deondre Francois passes while shutting out Florida State in the second half of a 24-7 triumph over the third-ranked Seminoles. Florida State managed only 65 yards after halftime and finished with 250 in the game.
     Alabama's special teams came through with a blocked punt, a blocked field goal and a fumble recovery on a kickoff return.
     Damien Harris ran for a touchdown and provided the blocked punt. Jalen Hurts was 10 of 18 passing for 96 yards, including a 53-yard TD pass to Calvin Ridley that put the Tide ahead to stay early in the second quarter.
     Francois was 19-for-33 for 210 yards and a touchdown for the Seminoles.
     Michigan won a battle of top-25 teams as Quinn Nordin hit four field goals to help the 11th-ranked Wolverines knock off No. 17 Florida, 33-17. Nordin became the first Michigan kicker to make two 50-yard field goals in the same game. Michigan trailed 17-13 before scoring three times in the first 6 minutes of the second half.
     Elsewhere in top-25 finals:
     - Ronald Jones II ran 37 yards for the tiebreaking touchdown with 6:57 before fourth-ranked Southern Cal completed a 49-31 victory over Western Michigan. Jones rushed for 159 yards and three scores, while freshman Stephen Carr added 69 yards rushing and two TDs in an auspicious debut for the Trojans. Sam Darnold passed for 289 yards and rushed for a score but failed to throw a touchdown pass.
     - The defending national champs opened with a win as Kelly Bryant threw for 236 yards and a touchdown in fifth-ranked Clemson's 56-3 dismantling of Kent St. The junior had thrown just 22 passes in his college career before completing 16 of 22, including a 61-yard TD toss to Deon Cain on the Tigers' second drive. Bryant also ran for 77 yards and a TD in his first game as Deshaun Watson's replacement.
     - Saquon Barkley racked up 226 total yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 6 Penn State to a 52-0 pounding over Akron. Nittany Lions quarterback Trace McSorley ran for a TD and was 18 for 25 passing for 280 yards and two touchdowns.
     - Seventh-ranked Oklahoma crushed UTEP, 56-7 as Baker Mayfield passed for 329 yards and three touchdowns in one half of action. The Sooners rolled up 676 yards of offense in their first game under new head coach Lincoln Riley, with Mark Andrews providing career highs of seven receptions and 134 yards.
     - Jarrett Stidham threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score in his debut for No. 12 Auburn in a 41-7 victory over Georgia Southern. Kerryon Johnson left with an apparent right hamstring injury and didn't return after gaining 136 yards with a 60-yard touchdown scamper.
     - LSU never allowed BYU to cross midfield as the 13th-rated Tigers blanked the Cougars, 27-0. Derrius Guice rushed for 120 yards and two touchdowns for the Tigers, who outgained BY 479 yards to 97.
     - Freshman Jake Fromm led three first-half touchdown drives and completed 10 of 15 passes for 143 yards and a score in No. 15 Georgia's 31-10 rout of Appalachian State. Fromm took over after starting quarterback Jacob Eason hurt his left knee.
     - Lamar Jackson passed for two touchdowns and had 485 total yards to highlight 16th-ranked Louisville's 35-28 win over Purdue. Jackson went 30 of 46 with 378 yards through the air while running 21 times for 107 yards.
     - Malik Rosier completed 17 of 28 passes for 217 yards and three touchdowns as No. 18 Miami crushed Bethune-Cookman, 41-13. Mark Walton rushed for 148 yards and two touchdowns for the Hurricanes, who scored on five of their first six possessions.
     - No. 19 South Florida beat Stony Brook as Quinton Flowers threw for 186 yards and a pair of second-half touchdowns in a 31-17 victory. USF didn't go ahead for good until Tyre McCants' 65-yard TD reception with 11:23 remaining.
     - Jesse Ertz threw for 333 yards and four touchdowns in only three quarters to lead 20th-ranked Kansas State's 55-19 rout of Central Arkansas. Byron Pringle had three catches for 121 yards and a score, and Isaiah Harris had three catches for 118 yards and a TD.
     - Tyrrell Pigrome passed for two touchdowns and ran for another before leaving with an injury in the third quarter of Maryland's 51-41 upset of No. 23 Texas at Austin. The unranked Terrapins spoiled Tom Herman's first game as the Longhorns' head coach.
     - No. 24 Washington State blanked Montana State, 31-0 as Luke Falk threw for 311 yards and three touchdowns. Falk completed his first 20 passes of the game as Washington State won a season opener for the first time under sixth-year coach Mike Leach.

     UNDATED (AP) - It was a happy return for the Houston Astros, and a tough return for Matt Harvey. The Astros took a doubleheader from the bumbling Mets, winning 12-8 and 4-1. They were the Astros' first home games since Houston was ravaged by Hurricane Harvey last weekend.
     In the opener, the Astros scorched Harvey for seven runs in a career-low two innings. Harvey was on the mound for the first time since suffering a stress injury to his right scapula in mid-June.
     George Springer smacked his 30th homer of the season off Harvey. Josh Reddick and Marwin Gonzalez drove in two runs, while Jose Altuve went 3-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored.
     Cameron Maybin provided an RBI single in his first game since Houston acquired him off waivers from the Angels.
     The Astros completed the sweep by scoring four runs in the sixth to erase a 1-0 deficit. Reddick and Gonzalez each had two hits and an RBI in the nightcap.
     The sweep gives Houston a 12-game lead in the AL West and a magic number of 15 for winning the division.
     Checking out the rest of the major league finals:
     - Matt Holliday returned to the Yankees lineup and crushed a three-run homer as New York dumped the Red Sox, 5-1. Holliday hadn't played in the majors since going on the disabled list almost a month ago with a back injury. Masahiro Tanaka gave up a run and five hits over seven-plus innings as the Yankees pulled within 4 1/2 games of the AL East-leading Red Sox.
     - Rene Rivera hit a grand slam off Lucas Sims in the second inning to open the scoring in the Cubs' wild 14-12 win over the Braves. Javier Baez and Jason Heyward each hit solo homers and collected two RBIs as Chicago won for the 12th time in 15 games. The Cubs led 11-4 in the sixth, but the Braves had a chance to tie the game until Freddie Freeman struck out with a runner on second to end it.
     - Chicago's lead in the NL Central is 4 1/2 games over Milwaukee following the second-place Brewers' 3-2 loss to Washington. The Nationals trailed until Michael Taylor hit a solo homer in the eighth and Trea Turner doubled home the tiebreaking run later in the inning. Eric Thames and Stephen Vogt provided RBI doubles for the Brewers.
     - The Dodgers have seven losses in their last eight games after dropping a twinbill to San Diego, 6-5 and 7-2. San Diego celebrated in the opener after on Yangervis Solarte smacked a walk-off homer in the ninth, a half-inning after Justin Turner tied it with a two-run shot. In the nightcap, the Padres reached Yu Darvish for five runs and eight hits in just three innings.
     - J.D. Martinez belted a three-run homer and had four RBIs as the Diamondbacks whipped the Rockies, 6-2 to take a 6 1/2-game lead over Colorado for the first NL wild-card berth. Patrick Corbin pitched Arizona to its ninth straight win, limiting the Rockies to one earned run and two hits over 5 2/3s.
     - Abraham Almonte drove in three runs and the Indians picked up their 10th consecutive victory by downing the Tigers, 5-2. Corey Kluber improved to 14-4 by holding Detroit to a run and eight hits over eight innings, helping Cleveland keep its eight-game lead over second-place Minnesota in the AL Central.
     - Eduardo Escobar was 3-for-5 with a two-run triple, a three-run homer and a solo shot as the Twins destroyed the White Sox, 17-0. Brian Dozier also belted a three-run homer in the Twins' fifth win in six games.
     - C.J. Cron slammed a game-tying, two-run homer with two out in the ninth before the Angels plated three more in the 10th to beat the Rangers, 7-4. Kole Calhoun's two-run single broke a 4-4 deadlock and helped Los Angeles stay within one game of Minnesota for the second AL wild card.
     - Kevin Pillar, Josh Donaldson and Darwin Barney homered while the Blue Jays were building a 7-0 lead in a 7-2 win over the Orioles. Baltimore lost for the second time in three nights since a seven-game winning streak, leaving them 2 1/2 games behind the Twins for the second AL wild-card spot.
     - Jean Segura raced home from third base on a wild pitch with two outs in the ninth inning to give the Mariners a 7-6 win over the Athletics. Seattle trailed by four and eventually tied it on Mike Zunino's two-out solo home run in the eighth.
     - Giancarlo Stanton hit his major league-leading 52nd home run and the Marlins halted a five-game skid by outscoring the Phillies, 10-9. Pinch-hitter Derek Dietrich added a three-run shot and Marcell Ozuna supplied a homer and four RBIs to the win.
     - The Giants earned a 2-1, comeback win over the Cardinals on Nick Hundley's homer in the bottom of the 10th. The Cardinals were two outs from a 1-0 win until Buster Posey hit an RBI single off Seung Hwan Oh.
     - Jameson Taillon combined with three relievers on a five-hitter in the Pirates' 5-0 shutout of the Reds. Starling Marte had two ribbies and broke a scoreless tie with an RBI single in the seventh, one inning before Jordan Luplow belted a three-run homer.
     - Homers by Alen Hanson, Yolmer Sanchez, Omat Narvaez and Avasail Garcia gave the White Sox a 5-2 lead in a 5-4 win against the Rays. Tampa Bay scored once in the ninth and had the bases loaded with nobody out before Juan Minaya got out of it, striking out Logan Morrison to end it.

     NEW YORK (AP) - The men's and women's No. 1 seeds are on to the fourth round of the U.S. Open.
     Rafael Nadal dropped a first-set tiebreaker before advancing with a 6-7, 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 triumph over Leonardo Mayer. The two-time U.S. Open champion advanced to the round of 16 for the ninth time and will play unseeded Alexandr Dolgopolov of Ukraine.
     Women's No. 1 Karolina Pliskova managed to advance despite dropping her opening set, beating Shuai Zhang, 3-6, 7-5, 6-4.
     No. 20 Coco Vandeweghe pulled off a mild surprise by downing 10th seed Agnieszka Radwanska, 7-5, 4-6, 6-4. Vandeweghe is joined in the Round of 16 by Jennifer Brady, who won a third-set tiebreaker against Monica Nicolescu. Madison Keys pulled out a three-sets victory in a match that ended around 2am.
     Meanwhile, American Shelby Rogers' run at Flushing Meadows is over after she fell to fourth seed Elina Svitolina in straight sets.
     No. 12 Jelena Ostapenko lost to unseeded Daria Kasatkina.
     Back to the men's bracket, where Roger Federer needed just 59 minutes to capture the first two sets of a 6-3, 6-3, 7-5 victory over Feliciano Lopez. The 19-time Grand Slam champ was pushed to five sets in his first two matches.
     Third-round winners on the men's side include sixth seed Dominic Thiem, ninth seed David Goffin and No. 24 Juan Martin De Potro, who eliminated 11th seed Roberto Bautista-Agut in straight sets.

    UNDATED (AP) - Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera and reliever Alex Wilson have started serving suspensions after their penalties were reduced by one game in settlements with Major League Baseball. Cabrera will sit out six games and Wilson will miss three games for their actions on a fight-filled afternoon against the New York Yankees at Comerica Park on Aug. 24.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Indianapolis Colts have activated Andrew Luck from the physically unable to perform list. Luck had been on PUP since late July, making him ineligible to practice. It's still unlikely he will play in next Sunday's season opener. The Colts also dealt 2015 first-round pick Phillip Dorsett to the Patriots for backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett.
     Elsewhere in the NFL:
     - Quarterback Brock Osweiler and guard John Greco were among 11 players cut by the Browns. Osweiler is still guaranteed $16 million for this season after coming to Cleveland in a trade with Houston in March.
     - Undrafted rookie Cooper Rush is the Cowboys' No. 2 quarterback after the team released veteran Kellen Moore. Rush had six touchdown passes without an interception while outplaying Moore in preseason.
     - Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco participated in team drills Saturday for the first time since being sidelined with a back injury in July. Flacco is expected to start the opener of his 10th season on Sept. 10 at Cincinnati.
     - The Broncos have released three-time Pro Bowl strong safety T.J. Ward with a year left on his contract. Second-year pro Justin Simmons has stood out in place of Ward, who missed most of training camp and all of the preseason with a torn hamstring.
     - A person familiar with the negotiations says suspended safety T.J. McDonald has agreed to a four-year, $24 million extension with the Miami Dolphins. McDonald will miss the first eight games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy following his arrest last year on suspicion of driving under the influence.
     - The Chiefs have placed linebackers Tamba Hali and Dadi Nicolas on the physically unable to perform list and released veteran running back C.J. Spiller. Kansas City also traded offensive lineman Isaiah Battle to Seattle for a conditional 2018 draft pick and moved running back Spencer Ware and cornerback Ashton Lampkin on injured reserve.

     WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) - Alexander Rossi has earned his first IndyCar pole by winning qualifying at Watkins Glen. Rossi bested the Fast Six with a track-record time of 1 minute, 22.4639 seconds at 147.119 mph on his final lap. He edged defending race winner Scott Dixon, who dominated last year's event.


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