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Kaedyn Hanson surpassed 1000 points scored and the Stanley Blue Jays scored a 69-47 win over L&C-Berthold in a game we broadcast on K-Heart....

    MINOT, ND - Kaedyn Hanson surpassed 1000 points scored and the Stanley Blue Jays scored a 69-47 win over L&C-Berthold in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. Hanson needed 14 points to reach the 1000 mark and tallied 20 on the night. His cousin, Wyatt Hanson had a game high 25, including five thunderous dunks. Matt Patten added 17 for the Blue Jays.

    The Bombers were led by Tommy Burke with 19 points, including four 3's. Reese Hennessey connected on three 3's and tallied 13.

    No. 2-ranked Stanley improves to 8-0, while L&C-Berthold drops to 3-5.

    Other results from the area:

High School Boys Basketball
    Class A
            (2) West Fargo 78, West Fargo Sheyenne 69
            (5) Bismarck High 76, (3) Mandan 64
            (4) Minot 95, Turtle Mountain 44
            Bismarck Century 76, Dickinson 68
            Williston 90, Watford City 52

    Class B
            (1) Bishop Ryan 67, Velva 48
            (3) Hillsboro-Central Valley 61, Larimore 24
            (5) Grafton 61, Drayton-Valley-Edinburg 29
            (6) Fargo Oak Grove Lutheran 69, Lisbon 43
            (7) Thompson 55, Northern Cass 35
            (8) Shiloh Christian 67, Grant County 39
            Des Lacs-Burlington 70, Towner-Granville-Upham 57
            Rugby 73, Westhope-Newburg 42
            Nedrose 42, Drake-Anamoose 40
            Lewis & Clark-North Shore 68, Surrey 37
            Kenmare 85, Glenburn 62
            Garrison 67, Parshall 54
            Wilton-Wing 64, Max 41
            Washburn 68, Center-Stanton 23
            Tioga 65, Trinity Christian 42

High School Girls Basketball
    Class A
            (1) Bismarck Century 87, Dickinson 37
            (5) Mandan 70, Bismarck High 49
            Minot 73, Turtle Mountain 44

    Class B
            (3) Langdon-Edmore-Munich 71, St. John 43
            (5) Medina-Pingree-Buchanan 49, Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 17
            (8) Trenton 65, Kenmare 38
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 54, Our Redeemer's 49
            Bottineau 42, Rolette-Wolford 35
            Wilton-Wing 65, Max 22
            Washburn 50, Center-Stanton 44
            Harvey-Wells County 51, Dakota Prairie 25

High School Boys Hockey
            Bottineau-Rugby 3, Williston 2
            Jamestown 8, Mandan 3

High School Girls Hockey
            Minot 5, Williston 2
            Dickinson 4, Mandan 1


     ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Dougie Hamilton scored 2:39 into overtime to lift the Calgary Flames over the Minnesota Wild 3-2 on Tuesday night.
     Micheal Ferland and Sean Monahan each had a goal and assist and Johnny Gaudreau added three assists for the Flames, who began a four-game trip with a season-high fourth straight win. Mike Smith made 33 saves.
     Mikael Granlund and Jared Spurgeon scored for Minnesota, which lost for just the third time in its last 14 home games - two of which were in overtime.
     After Smith stopped Ryan Suter on a breakaway, Gaudreau outraced Jason Zucker to the puck going the other way. Gaudreau waited and fed Hamilton for a one-timer.
     It's the second straight game-winning goal for Hamilton. He scored with 16 seconds left Saturday as Calgary beat Anaheim 3-2.
     Trailing 2-0 in the third period, Granlund got the Wild within one by beating Smith high on the glove side 7:16 into the final period. He has five goals in his past seven games.
     A slap shot by Spurgeon from the right circle clanked off the far post and into the Flames' net six minutes later, further igniting a crowd that booed Minnesota off the ice after the second period.
     Monahan gave Calgary a 2-0 lead in the final minutes of the middle frame as he redirected a pass from Ferland past a sprawling Alex Stalock. With his 20th goal of the season, Monahan becomes the ninth player in Flames history to reach that mark in five consecutive seasons.
     Ferland finished off a 3-on-2 with Monahan and Gaudreau six minutes into the game for a 1-0 lead. It was his third goal in three games and 18th of the season, second-best on the team.
     The first-line trio has scored 51 of Calgary's 116 goals this season.

     UNDATED (AP) - Freshman phenom Trae Young followed one of the worst halves of his young college career with one of his best as ninth-ranked Oklahoma improved to 13-2 last night.
     Young finished with 27 points, nine assists and four steals as the Sooners beat No. 8 Texas Tech 75-65. The nation's scoring and assists leader torched the Red Raiders for 22 points in the second half after shooting 1-for-12 over the first 20 minutes.
     Christian James had 15 points for the Sooners, who shot 56 percent after intermission. Khadeem Lattin added 11 points, eight rebounds and seven blocks in helping Oklahoma earn its 11th straight home win and bounce back from Saturday's loss at West Virginia.
     Keenan Evans had 19 points for Texas Tech, which fell to 14-2.
     Checking out the other top-25 finals:
     - Jevon Carter nailed a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 57.5 seconds left before adding three free throws to lift second-ranked West Virginia past Baylor 57-54. Lamont West and Daxter Miles Jr. each had a team-high 12 points to help the Mountaineers win their 15th in a row, the nation's longest current streak in men's basketball and their best in 29 years.
     - Third-ranked Virginia pulled out a 68-61 win over Syracuse as Kyle Guy nailed five 3-pointers while scoring 22 points. De'Andre Hunter added 15 for the 15-1 Cavaliers, who are 4-0 in the ACC.
     - Isaac Haas hit a free throw with four seconds left to send fifth-ranked Purdue past Michigan 70-69 at Ann Arbor. Haas contributed 17 points and Carsen Edwards had a team-best 19 as the Boilermakers won their 12th in a row to move to 16-2.
     - Malik Newman and Svi Mykhailiuk combined for 50 points and Devonte Graham knocked down three big jumpers down the stretch as 12th-ranked Kansas outlasted Iowa State 83-78. Newman scored a career-high 27 points and Mykhailiuk added 23 in the Jayhawks' third win in four Big 12 contests.
     - Marquette pulled off a surprise at home by scoring 16 straight points in the second half to pull away in an 84-64 win against No. 13 Seton Hall. Andrew Rowsey dropped in 31 points and Sam Hauser added 14 while the Golden Eagles held Angel Delgado to 12 points and 10 boards.
     - North Carolina is 13-4 after Luke Maye had career highs of 32 points and 18 rebounds to lead the 20th-rated Tar Heels to a 96-66 rout of Boston College. Cameron Johnson added 14 points and 11 rebounds in helping the Heels avoid their first three-game losing streak in four years.
     - No. 21 Kentucky trailed 59-53 with 8:43 remaining before rallying for a 74-73 victory over Texas A&M. Hamidou Diallo had 18 points, while PJ Washington and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander added 16 apiece as the 13-3 Wildcats rebounded from Saturday's loss to Tennessee.
     - Desean Murray had 16 points and eight rebounds as No. 22 Auburn downed Mississippi 85-70. The 15-1 Tigers trailed by 10 at halftime before earning their 13th straight win and improving to 3-0 in the SEC for the first time in 15 years.
     - No. 24 Tennessee was a 92-84 winner at Vanderbilt behind Grant Williams' career-high 37 points. Admiral Schofield tied his career high with 22 points and helped the Vols erase a 10-point halftime deficit.
     - Marcus Foster scored 21 of his 23 points in the first half to carry No. 25 Creighton past Butler 85-74. Martin Krampelj had 14 points and 14 rebounds for his third straight double-double to help the Bluejays win for the ninth time in 10 games.

     TORONTO (AP) - The Miami Heat have put an end to the Toronto Raptors' 12-game home winning streak.
     Wayne Ellington capped his 15-point night by hitting a driving layup with less than a second left to give the Heat a 90-89 victory at Toronto. Goran Dragic provided a team-high 24 points and 12 rebounds as Miami earned its season-high fifth straight win. Bam Adebayo had 16 points and a career-high 15 rebounds, while Hassan Whiteside added 13 points and 15 boards in the victory.
     DeMar DeRozan scored 25 points for the Raptors, who had won five straight overall.
     Toronto played without point guard Kyle Lowry because of a bruised tailbone suffered in Monday's overtime win at Brooklyn.
     Also in the NBA:
     - CJ McCollum's 27 points and seven assists carried the Trail Blazers to their fourth win in five games 117-106 against the Thunder. Shabazz Napier added 21 points and Jusuf Nurkic had 20 points and eight rebounds as Portland beat Oklahoma City for the seventh time in nine meetings. Thunder guard Russell Westbrook fell one rebound shy of a triple-double, finishing with 22 points and 12 assists.
     - Dirk Nowitzki and rookie Dennis Smith Jr. each scored 20 points as the Mavericks whipped the Magic 114-99 to halt a three-game skid. Wesley Matthews had 16 points for Dallas, one more than teammates Harrison Barnes and Yogi Ferrell.
     - Julius Randle had 22 points and 14 rebounds to second the Lakers to their second straight win since a nine-game skid, 99-86 over the Kings. Brandon Ingram provided eight of his 15 points during a 19-0 run in the opening quarter. Los Angeles rookie Lonzo Ball had 11 rebounds and 11 assists but shot just 2-for-10 in scoring five points.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Washington Capitals extended a pair of winning streaks last night while padding their lead in the NHL's Metropolitan Division to four points over Columbus.
     Philipp Grubauer turned back 37 shots and the Caps spotted the Canucks an early 1-0 lead before completing a 3-1 victory in Washington. John Carlson and Lars Eller scored 2:39 apart late in the first period to put the Capitals ahead.
     Alex Ovechkin is four away from 500 career assists after setting up Carlson's goal.
     Evgeny Kuznetsov (kooz-NEHT'-sahv) also scored for the Caps, who have won five straight overall and 10 in a row at home.
     Vancouver fell to 2-11-2 in its last 15 games, a drought that has dropped them from third in the Pacific Division to 14th in the 15-team Western Conference.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - Tyler Johnson recorded his third career hat trick and first in over three years as the Lightning outscored the Hurricanes 5-4. Jake Dotchkin's first goal in 14 games broke a 3-3 tie midway through the third period before Johnson added the eventual game-winner, helping Tampa Bay take a 12-point lead in the Atlantic Division.
     - The Jets won their third in a row as Kyle Connor scored twice and had an assist in a 7-4 decision over the Sabres in Buffalo. Nikolaj Ehlers also had two goals and Blake Wheeler collected a pair of assists to run his point streak to seven games. Steve Mason's 30 saves helped the Winnipeg stretch their lead in the Central Division to three points over Nashville.
     - The Predators beat the Oilers 2-1 behind Viktor Arvidsson's one goal and one assist. Craig Smith also scored and Pekka Rinne (PEH'-kuh REE'-nay) stopped 25 shots as Nashville beat Edmonton for the 11th straight time.
     - The Blues are four points behind the Jets after blowing leads of 2-0 and 3-2 in a 7-4 loss to Florida. Vincent Trocheck had two goals and an assist, while Aleksander Barkov and Jonathan Huberdeau each had a goal and two assists for the winners.
     - The Blackhawks crushed the Senators 8-2 as Patrick Kane delivered a goal and four assists. Nick Schmaltz and Jonathan Toews each scored twice for Chicago, which reached the eight-goal plateau for the second time in three months.
     - The Flames knocked off the Wild 3-2 on Dougie Hamilton's goal 2:39 into overtime. Micheal Ferland and Sean Monahan each had a goal and assist for Calgary, which has its first four-game winning streak of the season.

     UNDATED (AP) - Jon Gruden was welcomed back for a second stint as Oakland Raiders coach with an elaborate introductory news conference.
     Gruden was greeted by owner Mark Davis on Tuesday with a video of the highlights from his first tenure in Oakland nearly 20 years after he was first introduced as coach as an unproven 34-year-old by late owner Al Davis.
     Gruden coached the Raiders from 1998-2001 before being traded to Tampa Bay 16 years ago.
     About 50 former Raiders were on hand for the event, including several of Gruden's former players like Charles Woodson, Jerry Rice, Tim Brown and Rich Gannon.
     Mark Davis said he had been trying to bring Gruden back for six years ever since taking over the franchise following his father's death and the opportunity was finally right this year.
     In other NFL news:
     - The Panthers have fired longtime offensive coordinator Mike Shula and quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey. Shula spent seven seasons on Ron Rivera's coaching staff, the last five as the team's offensive guru. The dismissals came two days after Carolina was knocked out of the NFC playoffs with a 31-26 loss at New Orleans.
     - Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan did not practice with the team today as he tended to an undisclosed personal matter. A team spokesman said the Falcons did not plan to reveal the reason for Ryan's absence but would allow him to address the matter with the media tomorrow "if he decides to do so." Atlanta will head to Philadelphia to face the Eagles in the NFC divisional playoffs on Saturday.
     - Bills general manager Brandon Beane says there may have been a misunderstanding of what was said on the field that led to Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue accusing Buffalo guard Richie Incognito of using "weak racist slurs." Beane says the team has spoken to Incognito and understands their player's side of the story of the alleged exchange that occurred during Buffalo's 10-3 loss to the Jaguars in an AFC wild-card playoff game on Sunday. The league is investigating.

     ATLANTA (AP) - The national championship showdown between Alabama and Georgia drew more than 28.4 million viewers, making it the second-most watched title game in the four-year-old format of the College Football Playoff.
     Alabama beat Georgia in overtime, rallying from 13 points down in the second half before winning with a game-ending touchdown pass.
     The first CFP championship game between Oregon and Ohio State after the 2014 season drew nearly 34 million viewers, a record for ESPN. This season's CFP semifinals on Jan. 1 and Monday night's championship game averaged more than 26.2 million viewers, up 21 percent from last year.

     UNDATED (AP) - The International Olympic Committee says it welcomes moves by North Korea to take part in next month's Winter Olympics in South Korea.
     IOC president Thomas Bach says in a statement that North Korea's decision to send a delegation to the games is "a great step forward in the Olympic spirit."
     The IOC says it's now waiting for official details of how North Korean participation could work before it decides which athletes could compete.
     South Korea's Vice Unification minister earlier cited North Korean officials as saying their delegation would include officials, athletes, cheerleaders and journalists.


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