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Velva won and Des Lacs-Burlington lost in the Class A football playoff games we broadcast on KHRT.....

    MINOT, ND - Velva won and Des Lacs-Burlington lost in the Class A football playoff games we broadcast on KHRT.

    Class AA
            (1) Shanley, bye
            (5) Watford City 6, (4) Jamestown 3
            (2) Bismarck St Mary's, bye
            (3) Devils Lake 43, (6) Wahpeton 28

    Class A
            (R1#1) Hillsboro-Central Valley 27, (R2#2) Carrington 7
            (R4#1) Dickinson Trinity 40, (R3#2) Des Lacs-Burlington 0
            (R3#1) Velva 22, (R4#2) Beulah 0
            (R2#1) Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 35, (R1#2) Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm 14

            (R1#1) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 41, (R1#4) May-Port-CG 8
            (R2#1) Cavalier 36, (R3#1) Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 34
            (R5#2) Shiloh Christian 49, (R5#3) Beach  26
            (R5#1) New Salem-Glen Ullin 38, (R4#1) North Prairie 18


    VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NDHSAA) - Make it six straight NDHSAA Class B boys state cross country team championships for New Town. The Eagles cruised to another state title on Saturday, October 28 at Bjornson Public Golf Course in Valley City. Leading the way for New Town was junior Jaiven Hale who won the individual state championship with a time of 16 minutes, 2.19 seconds.

    The Eagles scored 29 points with five of its runners     placing in the Top 15 - Robert White (2nd), Jalen Chase (4th), Daniel Lebeau (7th) and Ricardo Chase (15th).


    VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NDHSAA) - Hillsboro/Central Valley extended its string of NDHSAA Class B girls cross country team state titles to seven of Saturday, October 28 at Bjornson Public Golf Course. The Hillsboro/Central Valley co-op has won six straight dating back to 2012. Hillsboro won the 2011 team state championship as well.

    The Burros were paced by sophomore Reagan Baesler who won the individual state championship racing to a time of 18:27.43. Baesler has now won two straight NDHSAA Class B girls individual cross country state titles.


    VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NDHSAA) - Bismarck Century earned its second straight NDHSAA Class A boys cross country team state championship on Saturday, October 28 at Valley City's Bjornson Public Golf Course. The Patriots scored a 60 with its top 5 runners finishing in the Top 30.

    Leading the way for Bismarck Century was senior Evan Sayler, who won the individual state championship racing to a time of 15:41.98.


    VALLEY CITY, N.D. (NDHSAA) - Fargo Davies earned its second straight NDHSAA Class A girls cross country team state championship on Saturday, October 28 at Valley City's Bjornson Public Golf Course. The Eagles and Grand Forks Central were knotted at 88 points and the championship was determined via a tiebreaker factoring in each team's 6th runner score.

    Davies' sixth runner Payton Lane finished 28th overall ahead of Central's sixth fastest runner Hannah Hynek (45th place). Davies was paced by junior Megan Lundstrom who finished 11th with a time of 19:00.98

    The Class A girls individual championship went to Mandan sophomore Kelby Rinas, who raced to a time of 18:15.71.


    MINOT, ND - Other scores from Saturday.

High School Volleyball
    Class A
            Dickinson def. Turtle Mountain, (3-0)

College Football
            Minot State 42, Minnesota-Crookston
            North Dakota State 30, Northern Iowa 14
            North Dakota 48, Portland State 21

College Womens Volleyball
            Minot State def. Bemidji State, 25-21, 25-21, 21-13

College Mens Hockey
            North Dakota State 4, Dakota College at Bottineau 3
            Minot State 3, Colorado 2
            North Dakota 6, Colorado College 4

College Womens Basketball
            Regina 80, Minot State 52 (Exhibition)

NAHL Hockey
            Minot Minotauros 3, Bismarck Bobcats 2 OT


     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Levi Jordheim recovered three fumbles, Robbie Grimsley had a 27-yard interception return for a touchdown and North Dakota State took advantage of five turnovers to beat Northern Iowa 30-14 on Saturday.
     Jordheim's three fumble recoveries, two created by teammate Nick DeLuca, tied the school record set in 1976 by Don Meyers.
     The Bison (8-0, 5-0 Missouri Valley), ranked No. 2 in the FCS, entered the game as the nation's top-ranked defensive team and showed why with six sacks and 12 tackles for loss, holding a Panthers (4-4, 3-2) rushing offense that came in with 399 yards and five scores in its previous two games to just 48 yards and no scores on the ground. DeLuca led the defense with seven tackles, four solo, two sacks and two tackles for loss.
     Grimsley's pick-six tied the score at 7-all at halftime. Ty Brooks scored on a 22-yard run, Cam Pedersen kicked a 23-yard field goal, Easton Stick threw a 31-yard score to RJ Urzendowski and Bruce Anderson ran in from the 1 in NDSU's second-half scoring spree.
     Eli Dunne threw two touchdown passes to Daurice Fountain for Northern Iowa (4-4, 3-2).
     The victory was the 100th since 2010 for NDSU.


     PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - John Santiago broke tackle after tackle after fielding a Portland State punt, returning it 64 yards for a touchdown to help spark North Dakota to its first road win of the season, 48-21 over Portland State Saturday night.
     North Dakota (3-6, 2-4 Big Sky) took the lead with a 21-point third quarter that featured a 13-yard touchdown run by Santiago. Austin Cieslak had an interception return for a touchdown and Carter Wilson returned a Portland State fumble 50 yards for a score in the closing seconds.
     The double-digit victory was only the second in the series. The five previous matchups were each decided by eight points or less and the three Big Sky Conference meetings were decided by 14 points total.
     The winless Vikings (0-8, 0-5) jumped to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter, but did not score again until midway through the fourth quarter.

     ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Mikko Koivu scored midway through the third period to lift the Minnesota Wild over the Pittsburgh Penguins 2-1 on Saturday night.
     Daniel Winnik also scored for Minnesota and Devan Dubnyk made 29 saves. The Wild, winless in their first four one-goal games this season, have won three of four overall.

     Evgeni Malkin scored for Pittsburgh, which is starting a five-game trip that includes a swing through Western Canada.
     The Penguins have scored just six goals in four games, yet won two of those, both 2-1 in overtime.
     On the winning goal, Kyle Quincey kept the puck in at the left point and zipped a pass across to Mike Reilly at the right wall. His wrist shot from the circle was deflected by Koivu between the pads of Matt Murray at 9:03.
     Murray lost for the first time in regulation this season, having won seven straight starts since an overtime loss on opening night. He had 27 saves.
     Malkin's slapshot from the right circle deflected off Luke Kunin and Quincey for a power-play goal midway through the first, but Winnik deked Murray to score on a rebound less than two minutes later and tie it 1-1.
     Pittsburgh, which entered with the league's fifth-best power play at 27.3 percent, has scored a power-play goal in all seven road games this season and nine of 12 games overall.

    HOUSTON (AP) - The World Series is tied once again after the Dodgers staged a ninth-inning rally to take Game 4 at Houston.
     Cody Bellinger's tiebreaking, RBI double ignited a five-run ninth as Los Angeles earned a 6-2 win over the Astros. Houston closer Ken Giles entered in the ninth inning and surrendered a single and a walk before Bellinger drove in Corey Seager with the go-ahead run. Austin Barnes added a sacrifice fly off Joe Musgrove, one batter before Joc Pederson unloaded a three-run homer to put the Dodgers ahead 6-1.
     Bellinger went 2-for-4 and scored twice after going 0-for-11 with seven strikeouts in the first three games of the series.
     It was a riveting pitchers' duel until the ninth. George Springer's sixth-inning homer was the only hit allowed by Alex Wood or the Dodger bullpen until Alex Bregman went deep with two out in the bottom of the ninth. The Astros yielded just four hits before Seager's single leadoff off the ninth.
     Charlie Morton had a two-hit shutout going before Bellinger lined a one-out double in the seventh to knock the Houston starter out of the game. Wood was reached for just one hit over 5 2/3s.
     Tony Watson worked a perfect eighth to pick up the win. Giles was saddled with the loss.
     Game 5 is Sunday in Houston as both managers send their series-opening pitchers to the mound. Clayton Kershaw outdueled Dallas Keuchel (KY'-kul) in the Dodgers' 3-1, Game 1 victory on Tuesday.

     UNDATED (AP) - The top half of the Associated Press college football poll will have a new look on Sunday following losses by the second- and fourth-ranked teams.
     No. 2 Penn State squandered an 11-point lead in the final five minutes of a 39-38 loss to sixth-ranked Ohio State. J.T. Barrett tossed three scoring passes in the fourth quarter, including a 16-yard TD throw to Marcus Baugh with 1:48 remaining. Barrett played one of the best games of his decorated career, going 33 for 39 for 328 yards and four touchdowns. The Buckeyes quarterback also ran 17 times for 95 yards.
     Saquon Barkley returned the opening kickoff 97 yards for a Penn State touchdown and added a 36-yard scoring run, but he finished with just 44 yards on 21 carries.
     Meanwhile, the Big 12 title is now up for grabs after No. 25 Iowa State knocked off No. 4 TCU 14-7. Kyle Kempt threw for 202 yards and two touchdowns for the Cyclones, who forced a pair of second-half turnovers in the red zone and won their fourth game in a row.
     The Horned Frogs had a chance to tie the game and remain unbeaten until Macel Spears intercepted Kenny Hill with 1:16 left.
     Both teams are 4-1 in the conference.
     Checking out the rest of the top-25 action:
     - Sony Michel finished with 137 yards rushing on just six carries and scored on runs of 71 and 45 yards as third-ranked Georgia demolished Florida 42-7. The Bulldogs scored on their first three possessions and led 21-0 before the Gators picked up a first down.
     - Fifth-ranked Wisconsin is 8-0 for the third time in school history after Alec Ingold and Garrett Groshek scored on short runs in the first half of a 24-10 win at Illinois. Offensive lineman Michael Deiter added another TD on a trick play late in the game, grabbing a backward pass from Alex Hornibrook on third-and-goal at the Illini 4.
     - Seventh-ranked Clemson bounced back from its only loss of the year as Kelly Bryant threw for 207 yards and two touchdowns to lead a 24-10 win against Georgia Tech. The Tigers had 11 tackles for loss and held the Yellow Jackets'  league-leading triple-option run game to 198 yards, 175 fewer than its average.
     - Malik Rosier threw for a career-high 356 yards with three touchdowns as eighth-ranked Miami held off North Carolina 24-19 to improve to 7-0. Rosier had a 51-yard touchdown throw to Christopher Herndon IV late in the first half and a 78-yarder to Jeff Thomas to open the third quarter.
     - Julian Love returned his second interception of the season for a touchdown and running back Josh Adams rushed for 202 yards to help No. 9 Notre Dame beat 14th-ranked North Carolina State 35-14. Wolfpack quarterback Ryan Finley had thrown 339 consecutive passes without an interception until Love went 69 yards on a pick-six, one of the Irish highlights in their sixth straight win.
     - Baker Mayfield ran for a touchdown and was 22 of 34 passing for 281 yards and four scores in Oklahoma's 49-27 drubbing of Texas Tech. Rodney Anderson had 181 yards rushing and a touchdown as the 10th-ranked Sooners improved to 7-1.
     - No. 11 Oklahoma State won a top-25 matchup as Mason Rudolph threw three touchdown passes and ran for another to lead a 50-39 victory at No. 22 West Virginia. Freshman J.D. King ran for a season-high 142 yards and scored twice in place of Big 12 leading rusher Justice Hill, helping the Cowboys win for the seventh time in eight games.
     - Myles Gaskin contributed 169 of Washington's 333 rushing yards and Lavon Coleman ran for 94 yards and three touchdowns as the 12th-ranked Huskies rolled to a 44-23 win over UCLA. Jake Browning finished just 8 of 11 passing for a career-low 98 yards, but he scored on a one-yard sneak in the second quarter.
     - Josh Jackson threw for a touchdown and ran for another to lead No. 13 Virginia Tech to a 24-3 win over Duke. Jackson hit Sean Savoy with a 26-yard pass just before halftime to give the 7-1 Hokies a 17-3 lead.
     - Khalil Tate rushed for 158 yards and a touchdown and passed for 275 more and two scores in carrying Arizona to its fourth straight Pac-12 win, a 58-37 pounding of No. 15 Washington St. J.J. Taylor gained 157 yards on 13 carries for the 6-2 Wildcats, including touchdown runs of 79 and 3 yards after the Cougars had rallied to take the lead in the third quarter.
     - Clayton Thorson threw a 22-yard touchdown to Flynn Nagel in the third overtime before Nate Hall intercepted Brian Lewerke to secure Northwestern's 39-31 win over No. 16 Michigan State. Thorson threw for 356 yards and two touchdowns, with Nagel accounting for 87 yards receiving.
     - D'Eriq King passed for 137 yards and scored on a 20-yard run with 11 seconds remaining as Houston dealt No. 17 South Florida its first loss of the year, 28-24. King kept the Cougars' winning drive alive with a 30-yard completion on fourth-and-24.
     - Central Florida set a team record for points as McKenzie Milton passed for 275 yards and three touchdowns while adding a rushing TD in a 73-33 assault on Austin Peay. Mike Hughes brought back a kickoff 91 yards for a touchdown and Shaquem Griffin scored on a 20-yard fumble return for the 18th-ranked Knights.
     - Ronald Jones II ran for 216 yards and two touchdowns as 21st-rated Southern California hammered Arizona State 48-17. Sam Darnold pass for three TDs and engineered a Trojans offense that racked up 607 total yards to bounce back from last weekend's 49-19 loss to Notre Dame.

     UNDATED (AP) - The New Orleans Pelicans have registered their most impressive victory of the young NBA season by thumping the Cleveland Cavaliers.
     DeMarcus Cousins had a triple-double with 29 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists as the Pelicans whipped the Cavs 123-101 at New Orleans. Anthony Davis added 30 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks to help New Orleans win for the third time in four games.
     The Pelicans also received 29 points from Jrue Holiday and 24 from E'Twaun Moore while shooting better than 53 percent from the field as a team.
     Kevin Love had 26 points and 11 rebounds in Cleveland's third loss in four games. LeBron James took just 11 shots and finished with 18 points.
     Also in the NBA:
     - Kyrie Irving scored nine of his 24 points in the final 2:03 as the Celtics knocked off the Heat 96-90 for their fourth straight win since an 0-2 start. Jayson Tatum scored 20 and Marcus Smart added 16 in Boston's eighth straight win over Miami.
     - Chandler Parsons came off the bench to deliver 24 points as the Grizzlies beat the Rockets 103-89. Houston guard James Harden had 20 points and eight assists but was 6 of 19 from the field, including 2 of 9 from 3-point range.
     - Carmelo Anthony scored 21 points and Paul George had 20 while the Thunder were silencing the Bulls 101-69. Russell Westbrook added 12 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists for his third triple-double of the season.
     - Andre Drummond had 15 points and 17 rebounds to help the Pistons overcome the Clippers' 15 3-pointers in a 95-87 win at Los Angeles. Austin Rivers scored 20 points for the Clippers, who became the last team to lost a game this season.
     - Rookie Donovan Mitchell scored a season-high 22 points and Ricky Rubio chipped in 21 points, had seven rebounds and four assists as the Jazz upended the Lakers 96-81. Mitchell's corner 3-pointer with 1:48 remaining gave Utah a 91-79 lead.
     - Damian Lillard scored 25 points and hit a 10-footer with 29 seconds left to put the Trail Blazers ahead by four in a 114-107 victory over the Suns. C.J. McCollum had 23 for Portland.
     - The 76ers were 112-110 winners over the Mavericks behind 23 points, eight assists, and seven rebounds from Ben Simmons. Joel Embiid (joh-EHL ehm-BEED') added 23 points and nine rebounds as the 76ers won in Dallas for the first time since Jan. 29, 2005.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Anaheim Ducks are the first team to hold linemates Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov without a point this season.
     The duo had 11-game point streaks before being silenced in the Ducks' 4-1 win over the Lightning. Stamkos and Kucherov had helped Tampa Bay get off to a 9-1-1 start before coming up empty against Anaheim.
     The Ducks were an NHL-worst 2-for-31 on the power play before Rickard Rackell and Brandon Montour scored with the man advantage. Rakell finished with two goals and John Gibson stopped 31 shots to help Anahe4im bounce back from Thursday's 8-3 loss to Florida.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - Mikko Koivu scored the tiebreaking goal midway through the third period and Devan Dubnyk made 29 saves as the Wild beat the Penguins 2-1. Daniel Winnik also scored to help Minnesota end Matt Murray's seven-game winning streak.
     - The Blues are 9-2-1 after Jake Allen made 36 saves and Scottie Upshall had a goal and two assists in a 4-1 verdict over the Blue Jackets. Vladimir Sobotka, Joel Edmundson and Kyle Brodziak also scored for St. Louis.
     - Brian Elliott turned back 28 shots and Valtteri Filppula and Claude Giroux scored four minutes apart in the second period as the Flyers doubled up the Maple Leafs 4-2.
     - Evgeny Kuznetsov tallied twice while the Capitals scored three unanswered goals in the third period to beat the Oilers 5-2. Alex Ovechkin collected three assists after Edmonton grabbed a 2-0 lead.
     - Tyler Toffoli's second goal of the night came just before time expired in overtime, lifting the Kings past the Bruins 2-1. Jonathan Quick's 29 saves helped the Kings improve to 9-1-1, the best start in club history.
     - Mikko Rantanen and Nathan McKinnon each scored twice to give the Avalanche a 4-0 lead in a 6-3 romp over the Blackhawks. Colorado had dropped four of its previous five and was coming off a 7-0 loss to Vegas before sending Chicago to its fifth loss in six games.
     - The Devils pulled out a 4-3 win over the Coyotes on Jesper Bratt's tiebreaking goal on a power play with 4:13 left. Arizona is the first NHL to open a season with 11 straight losses, and the first since the 1943-44 Rangers.
     - John Tavares registered a natural hat trick in the third period and Jordan Eberle finally notched his first two goals as an Islander in a 6-2 win at Nashville.
     - The Sharks completed a 3-2 road trip by beating the Sabres 3-2 on Logan Couture's goal with 3:52 remaining. Couture had five goals on the road swing.
     - The Red Wings' six-game losing streak is over after Gustav Nyquist scored the tying goal in the second period and provided the winner in a shootout to lead Detroit to a 3-2 triumph over the Panthers.
     - Phillip Danault capped his four-point night by snapping a 4-4 tie midway through the third period to lift the Canadiens past the Rangers 5-4. The Rangers erased a 4-2 deficit in the final period before falling to 3-7-2.

     UNDATED (AP) - Wide receiver Stefon Diggs is active and is expected to play for the Minnesota Vikings when they face the Cleveland Browns this morning in London. Diggs, who missed the last two games because of a groin injury, was able to complete a full practice on Thursday and Friday.
     The Browns, meanwhile, will be without four starters. Defensive tackle Trevon Coley has a neck injury and will not play, while cornerback Jason McCourty, who has an ankle injury, and rookie safety Jabrill Peppers, who has a toe injury, will miss their second consecutive game. Cleveland had already ruled out defensive end Myles Garrett, the No. 1 pick in April, after he sustained a concussion in the loss to the Tennessee Titans a week ago. Garrett missed his first four games with an ankle injury but has four sacks in three games.
     In other NFL news:
     - The Browns had to evacuate their London hotel for an hour Saturday morning because of a gas leak in the resort's kitchen. The disruption cost the players sleep, and their schedule for Saturday was pushed back two hours. The 0-7 Browns are taking on the 5-2 Vikings on Sunday at Twickenham Stadium.
     - The Jaguars have finalized a trade that brings defensive tackle Marcell Dareus to Jacksonville from Buffalo for a sixth-round pick in next year's NFL draft. The swap was completed when the two-time Pro Bowl selection passed a physical Saturday. The Jags made room on the 53-man roster by releasing linebacker Jonathan Freeny. Dareus had 300 tackles and 35 sacks in seven seasons with the Bills.
     - The Texans have activated offensive tackle Duane Brown, who missed the first six games in a contract dispute. The three-time Pro Bowler has been the team's starter since he was drafted in the first round in 2008. Houston made roster room by waiving tackle Kendall Lamm.
     - Texans owner Bob McNair has released a second apology as he tries to explain a statement he made during the owners meeting last week. ESPN The Magazine reported Friday that McNair said "we can't have the inmates running the prison" as owners discussed players who protest by kneeling during the national anthem. He clarified that he wasn't referring to the players in what he calls a "very regretful comment." McNair added that he was referring to the relationship between the league office and team owners who feel they have been shut out as the league makes significant decisions affecting the NFL.

     HOUSTON (AP) - The Astros will open next season without the services of first baseman Yuli Gurreil.
     Major League Baseball has suspended Gurriel for the first five regular-season games of 2018 for making a racist gesture toward Dodgers pitcher Yu Darvish during Game 3 of the World Series.

     Commissioner Rob Manfred said he felt the time frame of the suspension is appropriate since he didn't want to punish the Astros during the Fall Classic.
     The Cuban-born Gurriel pulled on the corners of his eyes after homering off Darvish to spark Houston's four-run second. Gurriel has apologized for the gesture, calling it indefensible.


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