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The Minot Minotauros lost to the Minnesota Wilderness yesterday...

    MINOT, ND - The Minot Minotauros lost to the Minnesota Wilderness yesterday.

NAHL Hockey
            Minnesota Wilderness 5, Minot Minotauros 2
            Bismarck Bobcats 4, Brookings Blizzard 3

College Womens Volleyball
            St Cloud State def. Minot State, 25-12, 25-16, 25-16

College Womens Soccer
            Minot State 1, Concordia-St Paul 0

College Mens Hockey
            Minot State 3, Midland University 2


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Easton Stick threw for a touchdown and ran for two more that made the difference as North Dakota State beat Western Illinois 24-12 in a battle between two of the top teams in the FCS on Saturday.
     Stick brought the Bison back from a two-point halftime deficit with a short scoring run for the lead after taking his team 75 yards in 11 plays on the first drive of the third quarter. He repeated on the next Bison drive, slashing and rolling 8 yards for another touchdown and the final score.
     The Bison (7-0, 4-0) now lead the Missouri Valley Conference with South Dakota falling 37-21 today to Illinois State.
     Stick finished with 221 yards passing and 61 yards rushing. Bruce Anderson ran for 93 yards and RJ Urzendowski had 100 yards receiving, including a 58-yard scoring catch in the second quarter.
     Sean McGuire had 185 yards passing for the Leathernecks (5-2, 2-2).

    GRAND FORKS, ND - GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Junior defenseman Christian Wolanin leads his team in goals this season with three after scoring two giant ones in North Dakota's 4-0 men's hockey shutout of the Minnesota Golden Gophers Saturday night.

    The Fighting Hawks earned a split of the non-conference series with their long-time rivals by scoring three goals on a 5-minute major penalty on Minnesota's Jack Glover for checking from behind late in the first period.


     CALGARY, Alberta (AP) - Ryan Suter had a goal and two assists to rally the Minnesota Wild to a 4-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday night.
     Chris Stewart, Jared Spurgeon and Daniel Winnik also scored for Minnesota, and Alex Stalock stopped 35 shots - including 18 in the first period.
     Sean Monahan and Kris Versteeg scored for Calgary, which totaled just three goals while losing three straight at home. Mike Smith finished with 28 saves.
     With the Wild trailing 2-1 in the third period, Suter tied it at 10:33 when his long wrist shot eluded Smith, who appeared to be partially screened by his own defenseman.
     Less than two minutes later, Suter set up Spurgeon, who wired a 40-foot slap shot over Smith's shoulder and under the crossbar to give the Wild the lead.
     The late offense helped Suter redeem himself after his slashing penalty put Calgary on a two-man advantage early in third period, which led to the home side taking a 2-1 lead.
     Versteeg walked off the sideboards uncontested and as he bowled his way through the top of the crease, he jammed the puck past Stalock as he was knocked to the ice 43 seconds into the period.
     The original penalty was on Wild coach Bruce Boudreau for delay of game for his unsuccessful offside challenge of the Flames' tying goal with 27.5 seconds left in the second.
     That goal, in which Troy Brouwer set up Monahan in the slot for his team-leading fifth goal, made it 1-1.
     Stalock kept the Wild in it in the first as Minnesota was outshot 18-8. He helped slam the door on the Flames in the end too, stopping Monahan from the slot with just over a minute left and also denying Mikael Backlund on the rebound.
     Jaromir Jagr played only four shifts for Calgary, before leaving the game in the first period with a lower-body injury. He did not return.

     HOUSTON (AP) - The Houston Astros are going to the World Series for the first since their only other appearance in 2005.
     Charlie Morton and Lance McCullers combined on a three-hitter and the Astros homered twice to take Game 7 of the American League Championship Series, 4-0. The outcome sets up a Dodgers-Astros Fall Classic that will begin Tuesday in Los Angeles.
     The tandem of Morton and McCullers struck out 11 and held the Yankees to two singles and a double. The Yankees' only true scoring threat came in the fifth, when Greg Bird led off with a double off Morton and moved to third on a wild pitch. Morton got out of the jam after Bird was thrown out at the plate by third baseman Alex Bregman on a hot grounder by Todd Frazier.
     Evan Gattis opened the scoring with a solo homer in the fourth off losing pitcher CC Sabathia, who was lifted later in the inning.
     Houston tacked on three runs in the fifth as Jose Altuve's solo blast was followed by Brian McCann's two-run double.
     McCullers entered in the sixth with a four-run lead and limited the Yankees to one hit while striking out six over four innings of relief.
     The combined three-hitter came on the heels of Justin Verlander's seven shutout innings in Game 6. Verlander was named the series MVP after going 2-0 with just one run allowed in 16 innings.
     The Yankees managed just 10 hits over the final two games after outscoring the Astros 19-5 in sweeping the three games in New York.
     The work by Morton and McCullers would allow manager AJ Hinch to start Dallas Keuchel in Game 1 at Los Angeles, followed by Verlander.

     UNDATED (AP) - Top-ranked Alabama still hasn't lost a game to Tennessee in the Nick Saban era.
     The Crimson Tide outgained the Vols 604 yards to 108 and rolled to a 45-7 win at Tuscaloosa. Bo Scarbrough ran for Alabama's first two TDs before Damien Harris added an 11-yard scoring run that put the Tide ahead 21-0 just before halftime.
     Backup quarterback Tagovailoa scored on a 23-yard run and then hit fellow freshman Henry Ruggs III for a 60-yard touchdown to help Alabama improve to 11-0 under Saban against Tennessee.
     In other Top 25 games:
     - Penn State had no trouble with Michigan as Saquon Barkley and Trace McSorley each scored three touchdowns to highlight the second-ranked Nittany Lions' 42-13 pounding of the 19th-ranked Wolverines. Penn State has not lost a regular-season game since getting trounced 49-10 by Michigan last season.
     - Kenny Hill matched his career high with five touchdown passes and fourth-ranked TCU yielded just 21 yards of total offense in a 43-0 throttling of Kansas. KaVontae Turpin returned a punt 90 yards for a score after going backward to the 3 for the 7-0 Horned Frogs.
     - Alex Hornibrook threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns as fifth-ranked Wisconsin ripped Maryland 38-13 to improve to 7-0. Jonathan Taylor had 126 yards on 22 carries to tie a major college record for fewest games by a freshman to get to 1,000 yards.
     - Travis Homer's 33-yard touchdown run with 2:48 left helped No. 8 Miami defeat Syracuse 27-19.  Malik Rosier threw for 344 yards and two touchdowns in the Hurricanes' 11th consecutive win.
     - Oklahoma barely avoided an upset as Rodney Anderson ran 22 yards for the go-ahead score with seven seconds remaining in the ninth-ranked Sooners' 42-35 win at Kansas State. Baker Mayfield threw for 410 yards and accounted for four touchdowns, but the Sooners trailed 21-10 at the half before improving to 6-1.
     - Oklahoma State's Ramon Richards intercepted a Sam Ehlinger pass in the end zone in overtime before Matt Ammendola's field goal gave the No. 10 Cowboys a 13-10 victory over Texas. Masons Rudolph passed for 282 yards as the 6-1 Cowboys earned their fifth straight win over the Longhorns in Austin.
     - Brandon Wimbush made a successful return to Notre Dame's lineup by passing for two touchdowns and running for two more to lead the 13th-ranked Irish to a 49-14 thrashing of No. 11 Southern Cal. Josh Adams added three touchdown runs for the Irish, who also took advantage of three turnovers in beating a ranked Trojans team for the first time in 22 years.
     - No. 14 Virginia Tech scored on fumble, interception and punt returns in a 59-7 rout of North Carolina. Josh Jackson passed for 132 yards and three TDs for the 6-1 Hokies.
     - Luke Falk's three touchdown passes were among the game highlights as 15th-ranked Washington State blanked Colorado, 28-0. Jamal Morrow rushed for 73 yards and a TD in helping the 7-1 Cougars rebound from their 34-point loss to Cal.
     - Quinton Flowers passed for two touchdowns and ran for 138 yards and another score as 16th-rated South Florida beat Tulane 34-28. The Bulls extended the nation's longest active winning streak to 12 games and became the first team on the modern era to score at least 30 points in 24 straight games.
     - No. 18 Michigan State escaped with a 17-9 win over Indiana as Brian Lewerke hit Felton Davis for a 10-yard touchdown with 5:59 left. The pass and the extra point put the 6-1 Spartans ahead 10-9 before LJ Scott added an 18-yard scoring run with 1:49 to play.
     - No. 20 Central Florida is 6-0 for the first time after Adrian Killins ran for 122 yards and two touchdowns to lead a 31-21 victory at Navy. McKenzie Milton passed for 233 yards, but the Knights didn't take the lead for good until Killins bolted down the right sideline for a 79-yard touchdown run in the third quarter.
     - Kamryn Pettway rushed for 90 yards and three touchdowns as No. 21 Auburn crushed Arkansas 52-20. Jarrett Stidham completed 19 of 28 passes for 218 yards and rushed for a touchdown to help the Tigers bounce back from their loss to LSU.
     - Xavier Preston sacked Charlie Brewer on a two-point conversion attempt with 17 seconds left to preserve No. 23 West Virginia's 38-36 win at Baylor. Will Grier threw for five touchdowns to pad his national lead with 26 before the Mountaineers squandered most of a 38-13 lead in the final period.
     - No. 24 LSU was a 40-24 winners against Mississippi as Derrius Guice ran for a season-high 276 yards and a touchdown. Danny Etling threw for 200 yards and two touchdowns in the Tigers' third consecutive win.

     UNDATED (AP) - So far, the San Antonio Spurs are doing just fine without All-Star Kawhi Leonard as he deals with a right quadriceps injury.
     LaMarcus Aldridge delivered 28 points and 10 rebounds as the Spurs earned an 87-77 win at Chicago. Aldridge scored 12 points in a 22-13 run that gave San Antonio a 63-51 third-quarter lead.
     Rudy Gay had 12 points for the 2-0 Spurs.
     Checking out the other NBA action:
     - The defending champs are 1-2 after Marc Gasol had 34 points and 14 rebounds in the Grizzlies' 111-101 win over the Warriors. Stephen Curry led Golden State with 37 points and Kevin Durant added 29 with 13 rebounds.
     - The Magic had dropped 17 straight to the Cavaliers until Nikola Vucevic scored 23 points in Orlando's 114-93 pounding of Cleveland. The Magic, which made 14 of 35 3-pointers and led by 37 midway through the fourth quarter of their first win over the Cavs since Nov. 2012.
     - James Harden drained six 3-pointers and finished with 29 points and seven assists to push the Rockets past the Mavericks, 107-91.
     - Clippers big man Blake Griffin had 29 points and eight rebounds in a 42-point win over the Suns, 130-88.
     - Tobias Harris scored 22 of his 31 points in the second half to help the Pistons turn a 21-point deficit into a 111-107 win at New York.
     - The Heat pulled out a 112-108 win over the Pacers as Goran Dragic scored 23 points and Dion Waiters added 19 in Miami's home opener.
     - DeMar DeRozan scored 30 points and Serge Ibaka had 21 as the Raptors beat the 76ers for the 10th straight time in Toronto, a 128-94 blowout.
     - Rudy Gobert (goh-BEHR') had 16 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Jazz to a 96-87 victory over the Thunder.
     - Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 17 of his career-high 44 points in the fourth quarter, including a breakaway dunk with 11 seconds left in the Bucks' 113-110 verdict over the Trail Blazers.
     - The Nuggets rolled to a 96-79 win over the Kings behind Paul Millsap's 18 points and nine rebounds in his first home game with Denver

     UNDATED (AP) - No NHL team has more points than the Tampa Bay Lightning, and no two players are hotter than Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov.
     The Lightning linemates ran their season-opening point streaks to nine games by combining for three goals and four assists in a 7-1 rout of Pittsburgh. Stamkos had a goal and three assists, while Kucherov tallied twice and set up a goal to help the Lightning improve to 7-1-1.
     Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 28 shots and blanked the Penguins until Jake Guentzel scored with 1:42 remaining.
     Elsewhere on ice:
     - The expansion Golden Knights are 6-1-0 after William Karlsson's goal at 4:36 of overtime gave them a 3-2 victory over the Blues.
     - Lance Bouma scored on a rebound with 4:24 left and Corey Crawford stopped 27 shots as the Blackhawks doubled up the winless Coyotes, 4-2.
     - James Reimer turned back 41 shots and the Panthers ended a three-game skid with a 4-1 victory against the Capitals.
     - The Rangers were 1-5-2 until Kevin Hayes and Jimmy Vesey each had a goal and an assist to lead a 4-2 win over the Predators.
     - The Flyers pulled out a 2-1 win over Edmonton on Wayne Simmonds' goal with 2:15 remaining.
     - The Kings remain the only NHL team without a regulation loss after Anze Kopitar's second goal of the game broke a tie with 2:14 left in a 6-4 verdict over the Blue Jackets.
     - The Stars have a four-game winning streak after Tyler Pitlick notched his first career two-goal game in a 4-3 decision over the Hurricanes.
     - Derick Brassard and Mark Stone each had two goals and an assist as the Senators doubled up the Maple Leafs, 6-3.
     - Anders Lee had a two-goal night while linemate John Tavares scored once and had two assists as the Islanders downed the Sharks, 5-3.
     - Ryan Suter had a goal and two assists to rally the Wild to a 4-2 victory over the Flames.
     - The Sabres stormed back from a pair of three-goal deficits and beat the Bruins, 5-4 on Ryan O'Reilly's goal 2:59 into overtime.

     UNDATED (AP) - San Francisco Giants pitchers will be listening to new coaches next year.
     Both pitching coach Dave Righetti and bullpen coach Mark Gardner have been reassigned to front office positions. The decision comes after the Giants logged a 64-98 record while compiling a 4.50 ERA that ranked 16th in the majors.
     Also in the majors:
     - A person familiar with the situation says Chris Bosio is out after six seasons as the Chicago Cubs' pitching coach. Bosio worked under three managers in Chicago and helped oversee a transformation of the pitching staff that contributed to a drought-busting World Series Championship last year and three straight trips to the NLCS.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Houston Rockets may be without All-Star point guard Chris Paul for weeks because of an injured left knee.
     Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni told reporters in Houston on Saturday that the team will hold Paul out until the knee is completely healed. The team has not offered any specifics on the injury other than the knee is bruised.
     Paul labored through Houston's season-opening win at Golden State and didn't play when the Rockets faced Sacramento on Wednesday.
     Also in the NBA:
     - Cavaliers point guard Derrick Rose was held out of Saturday's game against the Orlando Magic because of a sprained left ankle. Rose twisted his ankle after being fouled by Milwaukee's Greg Monroe while driving to the basket in the fourth quarter on Friday.
     - A person familiar with the deal says the Pelicans and free-agent guard Jameer Nelson have agreed to one-year, veteran minimum contract. Nelson averaged 9.2 points and 5.1 assists in 75 games with Denver last season.
     - The NBA has fined New Orleans Pelicans center DeMarcus Cousins $25,000 for directing inappropriate language toward a fan in the final minute of Wednesday's loss to Memphis.
     - Suspended Bulls forward Bobby Portis offered an apology to Niko Mirotic for punching him in the face during Tuesday's practice. Portis received an eight-game suspension from the team, and Mirotic suffered two fractured bones and a concussion that are expected to keep him out four to six weeks.

    UNDATED (AP) - The Detroit Red Wings made two trades a day after their 4-3 overtime loss to Washington left them 4-3-1.
     The Penguins have acquired forward Riley Sheahan and a 2018 fifth-round draft pick from the Red Wings for forward Scott Wilson and a 2018 third-round draft pick. Detroit also sent defenseman Ryan Sproul to the Rangers for forward Matt Puempel.



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