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We can always find something to be thankful for, and there may be reasons why we ought to be thankful for even those dispensations which appear dark and frowning.

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K-HEART SPORTS - TUESDAY - 10/31/17 - PM EDITION

Following completion of the District 11 and 12 volleyball tournaments last night, pairings are set for the Region 6 Tournament which begins Monday at the Minot Auditorium....

    MINOT, ND - Following completion of the District 11 and 12 volleyball tournaments last night, pairings are set for the Region 6 Tournament which begins Monday at the Minot Auditorium.

High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 6 Tournament - Minot Auditorium
            First Round - Mon (11/6)
                (11-#1) Rugby vs (12-#4) Bishop Ryan, 3 pm
                (12-#2) Des Lacs-Burlington vs (11-#3) Velva, 25 min after
                (12-#1) Our Redeemer's vs (11-#4) TGU, 25 min after
                (11-#2) Bottineau vs (12-#3) Lewis & Clark, 25 min after

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    MINOT, ND - Two district volleyball tournaments in the area continue today.

High School Volleyball
    Class B
        District 15 Tournament - Trinity Christian in Williston
            Loser Out
                Parshall vs White Shield, 4:30 pm
            Semifinal
                Watford City vs Alexander, 25 min after
                Trinity Christian vs New Town, 25 min after

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High School Volleyball
    Class B
        District 16 Tournament - Kenmare
            Loser Out
                Tioga vs Burke County, 4 pm
            Semifinal
                Kenmare vs Stanley, 25 min after
                Powers Lake vs Divide County, 25 min after

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    MINOT, ND - All four classes of high school football hold semifinal games this weekend. We'll broadcast a Class A semi as Velva will host Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich on Saturday. Live coverage is set to begin at 1:45 pm on 1320 KHRT and online at www.khrt.com

High School Football
    Class AAA
         Semifinal - Fri (11/3/)
            (W3) Minot at (W1) Bismarck Century, 7 pm
            (W2) Bismarck High at (E1) West Fargo, 7 pm

    Class AA
        Semifinal - Sat (11/4)
            #5 Watford City at #1 Fargo Shanley, 1 pm
            #3 Devils Lake at #2 Bismarck St Mary's, 1:30 pm

    Class A
        Semifinal - Sat (11/4)
            #4 Dickinson Trinity at #1 Hillsboro-Central Valley, 2 pm
            #3 Langdon Are-Edmore-Munich at #2 Velva, 2 pm (HEAR ON 1320 AM)

    9-Man
        Semifinal - Sat (11/4)
            (R1-#1) Wyndmere-Lidgerwood at (R2-#1) Cavalier, 2:30 pm
            (R5-#2) Shiloh Christian at (R5-#1) New Salem-Glen Ullin, 2 pm

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     LOS ANGELES (AP) - A World Series that is doubling as a Home Run Derby resumes tonight in Los Angeles, where the Houston Astros need one more win to wrap up their first-ever world championship. They carry a three-games-to-two lead, following a 13-to-12 victory over the Dodgers in 10 innings Sunday night in Houston. Seven different players on each team have homered, combining for 22 round-trippers -- already a record for a World Series, after just five games.
 
     Dodgers lefty Rich Hill opposes Houston's Justin Verlander tonight in a rematch from Game 2. That night, the teams wound up combining for a Series-record eight home runs, with Houston holding on to win 7-6 in 11 innings. The Dodgers' Yasiel Puig insists that the Series won't end tonight -- and that the Dodgers will extend the battle into a Game 7 tomorrow.
 
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     SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - The San Francisco 49ers have acquired their quarterback of the future by trading for New England backup Jimmy Garoppolo. The Niners said today that they had agreed to send a 2018 second-round pick to the Patriots in the deal. It will be official once Garoppolo passes a physical.
 
     San Francisco, which is winless, had been expected to either draft a quarterback high in the first round next year or try to acquire a proven starter like Kirk Cousins in free agency. Instead, they decided to strike early and put the fate of their franchise in the hands in a quarterback who has started just two games in four NFL seasons.
 
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     PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The NFL-leading Eagles have bolstered their offense by acquiring running back Jay Ajayi from the Miami Dolphins for a fourth-round pick in 2018. The big move was announced hours before today's trade deadline. Ajayi has 465 yards rushing and is averaging 3.4 yards per carry. He ran for 1,272 yards last season, including three 200-yard games.
 
     LeGarrette Blount leads Philadelphia with 467 yards rushing and is averaging 4.7 yards per carry. The Eagles (7-1) have the fifth-ranked run offense and have won six straight games.
 
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     DAVIE, Fla. (AP) - The NFL says Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso won't be suspended for his hit that sidelined Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco with a concussion.
 
     Flacco was hurt in the Ravens' 40-0 victory Thursday when he slid and was then hit in the head by Alonso, who received a penalty for unnecessary roughness. Alonso said the high hit was unintentional, but angry Ravens players said he should have been ejected for a dirty play. Miami coach Adam Gase defended Alonso, saying Flacco was trying to run for a first down before he slid. Flacco missed the rest of the game. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said there's a good chance Flacco will return to play Sunday at Tennessee. Alonso still faces a possible fine.
 
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     ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph is contemplating a change at quarterback but wants to wait until Wednesday to make anything official. That way, if he does decide to bench Trevor Siemian, he can tell his players first.
 
     Joseph said today that should he make a move, it would be to Brock Osweiler, not Paxton Lynch, who has only practiced a handful of times since spraining his throwing shoulder two months ago.
 
     The Broncos were off today following their 29-19 loss at Kansas City, their fourth defeat in five games, one marked by what Joseph called a "mind-boggling" five turnovers, including three "horrific" interceptions by Siemian.
 
     Because the Broncos are working on a short week, Joseph could ultimately decide against a change and instead simplify the game plan for Siemian when the Broncos (3-4) visit the NFL-leading Philadelphia Eagles (7-1) on Sunday.
 
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     LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) - Chicago Bears coach John Fox says tight end Zach Miller is "progressing well" following surgery to save his left leg. Miller remains hospitalized in New Orleans after tearing an artery while dislocating his knee trying to make a touchdown catch in Sunday's loss to the Saints. He likely tore ligaments, though the more immediate issue is the vessel.
 
     Blood clotting is a concern. So is nerve damage, though Fox wasn't sure if there was any. He says he "didn't hear much other than" about the artery, which was a "big concern." He says they "addressed it, and like I said, he's progressing well." Fox spoke today.
 
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     BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Browns rookie defensive end Myles Garrett said he doesn't care if people think he's "being a man or not" for self-reporting a recent concussion.
 
     The top overall pick in this year's draft did not travel to Sunday's game in London because of a concussion sustained the previous week in a loss to Tennessee. Following that game, Garrett said he had a headache and felt nauseous and dizzy while having dinner with family members who encouraged him to get checked.
 
     Garrett, who missed four games earlier this season with a sprained ankle, said he won't risk any long-term damage by ignoring symptoms. He cleared protocol and practiced Wednesday.
 
     "I'll play through my foot, my arm, anything that's affecting me below my neck," he said. "I can't play around with my brain."
 
     Garrett said he'll spend part of the team's bye week in Texas.
 
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     CANTON, Ohio (AP) - The Pro Football Hall of Fame says veterans and active military members will receive free admission to its museum in Ohio during November as part of an effort to honor the military.
 
     The offer comes amid debate over NFL players kneeling during the national anthem to protest social injustices, particularly against African-Americans. The hall in Canton says the offer of free admission for each veteran plus one guest is funded through support from The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, based in nearby Akron. The hall says the free admission special is in line with its mission of promoting the game's values.
 
     It's Veterans Day event on Saturday includes a special exhibit to profile the military and football careers of several athletes.
 

 


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