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K-Heart Sports - 09/08/19 - Morning Edition

Saturday scoreboard....

    MINOT, ND - Saturday scoreboard.

High School Boys Soccer
            Jamestown 7, Williston 0
            Moorhead MN 3, Bismarck Century 0

High School Boys Tennis
            Jamestown 3, Wahpeton 2
            West Fargo Sheyenne 5, Jamestown 2

High School Girls Swimming & Diving
    Capital City Invite
            1. Bismarck Century, 361
            2. West Fargo Sheyenne, 360
            3. Fargo Davies, 258
            4. Minot, 238
            5. Dickinson, 203.5
            6. Williston, 195
            7. West Fargo, 172
            8. Bismarck Legacy, 171
            9. Jamestown, 112
            10. Bismarck High, 64.5
            11. Mandan, 62

High School Girls Volleyball
    Class B


        POOL A
            TGU def. Bottineau 25-21, 25-16
            TGU def. Rolette-Wolford 25-14, 25-17
            Bottineau def. Rolette-Wolford 25-14, 25-24
        POOL B
            St. John def. Harvey-Wells County 25-14, 23-25
            St. John def. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 20-25, 25-15
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood def. Harvey-Wells County 25-18, 23-25
        POOL C
            Rugby def. Surrey 25-14, 25-19
            Rugby def. Newburg-Westhope 25-9, 25-13
            Surrey def. Newburg-Westhope 20-25, 25-16
        POOL D
            North Star def. Velva 25-19, 25-16
            North Star def. Dunseith 25-12, 25-6
            Velva def. Dunseith 25-18, 25-16


    Championship Bracket
        First Round
            TGU def. Velva 24-25, 25-23
            St. John def. Surrey 25-24, 25-13
            Rugby def. Bottineau 25-9, 25-11
            North Star def. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 25-18, 25-17
            Velva def. Surrey 25-23, 25-19
            Bottineau def. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 23-25, 25-23
            St. John def. TGU 25-23, 24-25
            Rugby def. North Star 25-13, 21-25
        5th Place
            Velva def. Bottineau 21-25, 25-20
        3rd Place
            North Star def. TGU 25-14, 25-17
            Rugby def. St. John 25-17, 25-17

    Consolation Bracket
            Rolette-Wolford def. Dunseith 25-11, 25-21
            Harvey-Wells County def. Newburg-Westhope 25-11, 25-19
        11th Place
            Dunseith def. Newburg-Westhope 25-18, 25-8
        9th Place
            Harvey-Wells County def. Rolette-Wolford 25-16, 23-25

College Womens Volleyball
    Hawaii Challenge - Honolulu
            Chaminade University def. Minot State, 25-14, 25-21, 25-15

NAHL Hockey
            St. Cloud Blizzard 3, Minot Minotauros 1



     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Trey Lance passed for two touchdowns and rushed for two more and North Dakota State defeated North Dakota 38-7 on Saturday for the Bison's 23rd consecutive victory, the longest current streak in Division I.
     Lance, who accounted for six touchdowns in the freshman's starting debut against Butler last week, was 11-of-15 passing for 162 yards and rushed for a game-high 95 yards on 16 carries against the Fighting Hawks (1-1).
     Lance's 2-yard toss to Ben Ellefson gave the FCS top-ranked Bison (2-0) a 21-7 halftime lead. Lance's 14-yard run made it 38-7 with under 10 minutes to play.
     NDSU outgained North Dakota 428-216.
     This was the 112th meeting between the instate rivals but the first since Sept. 19, 2015, when NDSU won in the first Division I matchup between the programs.
     North Dakota is playing as an FCS independent and will join NDSU and rest of the Missouri Valley Football Conference in 2020.



     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Mitch Garver hit his second homer of the game, a three-run shot, in the seventh inning, helping Minnesota rally past the Cleveland Indians 5-3 on Saturday night hours after the Twins learned pitcher Michael Pineda had been suspended for violating MLB's drug policy.
     Garver set a Twins single-season record for home runs by a catcher with a solo shot that opened the scoring in the first inning. He capped the Twins' comeback with his 28th of the season, sending the pitch from Nick Goody into the first row of flowers in the right field overhang.
     Minnesota has a 5 1/2-game lead over Cleveland in the AL Central after the teams split the first two games of the series. The Twins' magic number is 14; they've won 11 of 14.
     Pineda was suspended for 60 games on Saturday after testing positive for a banned diuretic. He won't be allowed to pitch for the Twins if they reach the playoffs.
     Zack Littell (4-0) pitched a scoreless inning in relief of Jake Odorizzi, who struck out 10 in 5 1/3 innings for the Twins. Taylor Rogers earned his 25th save.
     Indians reliever Adam Cimber (5-3) gave up hits to Willians Astudillo and Jonathan Schoop to open the seventh. Schoop tied the game with an RBI triple high off the right-center field wall. Oliver Perez walked Max Kepler ahead of Garver's homer.
     Earl Battey previously held the Twins single-season record for home runs by a catcher with 26, set in 1963.
     Yasiel Puig doubled twice for Cleveland after he failed to run out a ground ball in the fourth inning. The Indians have lost six of eight and had been 31-2 when leading after six innings, entering the day with the best bullpen ERA in the majors.
     Cleveland entered the pivotal three-game series with hopes of winning a division title being boosted by a strong weekend. The Indians had won five of the previous six games against Minnesota and eight of the 15 games this season.
     They started the day a half-game behind Oakland for the second wild-card spot.
     Twins: DH Nelson Cruz said he had no pain in his left wrist after leaving Friday's game early. It's the same wrist that has a ruptured tendon he is playing with. Manager Rocco Baldelli said Cruz was an option to play Saturday, but held him out of the starting lineup as a "coach's decision." Cruz was later ejected after yelling at home plate umpire Laz Diaz from the dugout following a called third strike on C.J. Cron. ... An MRI showed OF Jake Cave has a mild groin strain and wasn't available Saturday. ... Baldelli said RHP Kyle Gibson (10-day injured list) is doing well as he deals with ulcerative colitis and Gibson is expected to return to the rotation during the upcoming home series against Washington.
     UP NEXT
     Indians: Mike Clevinger (10-2, 2.71 ERA) starts the finale of the three-game series this afternoon. Clevinger is 1-0 with a 2.25 ERA in two starts against Minnesota this season.
     Twins: Randy Dobnak will be the opener for the Twins.


     NEW YORK (AP) - Minnesota Twins pitcher Michael Pineda has been suspended 60 games after testing positive for a banned diuretic. Major League Baseball announced Saturday that Pineda was suspended immediately for violating its drug policy.
     The 6-foot-7, 280-pound Pineda says in a statement he took an over-the-counter medication given to him by an acquaintance to help him manage his weight. The pills contained hydrochlorothiazide, a diuretic that can mask other substances.
     Pineda apologized to the Twins, his teammates, his family and fans for his "error in judgment" and said he "never intended to cheat the system, other players or opposing teams."
     Pineda, who went 11-5 with a 4.01 ERA, will miss the first-place Twins' final 21 games plus any postseason games. He will forfeit $989,247 of his $8 million salary. He is eligible for free agency after the season and would serve the remainder of the suspension next year.


     UNDATED (AP) - Top-ranked Clemson has extended its winning streak by passing what could be its toughest test of the entire regular season.

     Trevor Lawrence threw for one touchdown and ran for another as the Tigers earned a 24-10 victory over No. 12 Texas Tech. Lawrence scrambled out of pressure as Justyn Ross broke behind defenders for an easy, 30-yard TD catch to put Clemson up for good. Lawrence had a 1-yard scoring run to send Clemson up 17-3 at the break.

     The Clemson quarterback was 24 of 35 passing for 268 yards as the defending national champions tied a school record with their 17th consecutive victory.

     In other top-25 action:

     - Tua Tagovailoa passed for three touchdowns and ran 25 yards for a fourth, all in the first half of No. 2 Alabama's 62-10 thrashing of New Mexico State. Crimson Tide receiver Jerry Jeudy tied the school record with three touchdown catches after Henry Ruggs III set the tone by turning a lateral into a 75 yards TD.

     - No. 3 Georgia cruised to a 63-17 rout of FBC program Murray State as D'Andre Swift ran for two touchdowns, Jake Fromm threw for 166 yards and a score. The Bulldogs had 269 yards on the ground, led by freshman Zamir White with 72 yards on eight carries.

     - Jalen Hurts passed for 259 yards and three touchdowns in just over two quarters before fourth-ranked Oklahoma walked away with a 70-14 drubbing of South Dakota. The Sooners gained 733 yards against the FCS Coyotes, with CeeDee Lamb making six catches for 144 yards and a TD.

     - Fifth-ranked Ohio State piled up 508 yards of offense in a 42-0 dismantling of Cincinnati. Justin Fields passed for two touchdowns and ran for two more scores, and tailback J.K. Dobbins scored two touchdowns before halftime.

     - Jake Moody made a 43-yard field goal in double-overtime before No. 7 Michigan recovered a fumble to secure a 24-21 victory against Army. Black Knights quarterback Kelvin Hopkins ran for a go-ahead, 6-yard touchdown in the first OT, but the Wolverines extended the game with Zach Charbonnet's third TD of the afternoon.

     - Joe Burrow passed for 471 yards and four touchdowns, including a 61-yarder to Justin Jefferson with 2:27 left to lift sixth-ranked LSU a wild 45-38 victory over No. 9 Texas. Sam Ehlinger finished with 401 yards passing and four touchdowns for the Longhorns.

     - Tenth-ranked Auburn picked up 172 of its 192 yards rushing in the second half to pull away in a 24-6 win against Tulane. Bo Nix threw for 207 yards and a touchdown, including a 31-yard scoring strike to Will Hastings two minutes into the second quarter to give the Tigers the lead.

     - Feleipe Franks completed his first 15 passes and finished 25 of 27 for 270 yards and two touchdowns as 11th-rated Florida manhandled Tennessee-Martin, 45-0. Elusive receiver Kadarius Toney and speedy cornerback CJ Henderson left the game in the first half and did not return, leaving the Gators with possible problems heading into their SEC opener against Kentucky.

     - Tyler Huntley passed for one touchdown and ran for another while No. 13 Utah held Northern Illinois to 69 yards in the second half of a 35-17 victory against the Huskies. Huntley went 14 for 19 for 214 yards and ran for 38 yards, without a sack for second straight game.

     - Greg Thomas kicked a 17-yard field goal with 8 seconds left, and California beat No. 14 Washington 20-19 early Sunday in a game delayed more than 2  1/2 hours due to severe weather. The Pac-12 Conference opener for the schools ended up being a strange night on the shore of Lake Washington, capped by Thomas' short field goal, giving the Golden Bears the shocking victory.

     - No. 15 Penn State thumped Buffalo, 45-14 as Sean Clifford threw for 280 yards and four touchdowns. The Nittany Lions trailed 10-7 until John Reid ran back an interception 37 yards for a touchdown early in the third quarter.

     - Justin Herbert threw for 310 yards and five touchdowns before heading to the sideline in the third quarter of No. 16 Oregon's 77-6 assault on Nevada.

     - Jonathan Taylor rushed for three touchdowns and caught another as 17th-rated Wisconsin crushed Central Michigan, 61-0.

     - Dillon Gabriel threw for two touchdowns and No. 18 UCF extended its regular-season winning streak to 24 games with a 48-14 pounding of Florida Atlantic.

     - Mark Dantonio shares Michigan State's record for career coaching victories after Darrell Stewart had 10 catches for 185 yards to help the Spartans crush Western Michigan, 51-17.

     - Nate Stanley passed for 236 yards and three touchdowns as No. 20 Iowa rolled past Rutgers 30-0 in its Big Ten opener.

     - Josh Jackson had three touchdown passes while racking up 296 yards as unranked Maryland hammered No. 21 Syracuse, 63-20.

     - Anthony Gordon threw for 464 yards and four scores to help No. 22 Washington State pound FCS school Northern Colorado, 59-17.

     - Freshman Kedon Slovis was 28 of 33 for 377 yards and three touchdowns in his Southern Cal debut to lead a 45-20 trouncing of No. 23 Stanford.

     - James Stefanou's 34-yard field goal in overtime gave Colorado its first lead in a 34-31 downing of No. 25 Nebraska.



     UNDATED (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals have added another full game to their lead in the NL Central, thanks to a little help from the league's reigning MVP.

     Christian Yelich delivered an RBI double with two out in the bottom of the ninth to complete the Brewers' comeback in a 3-2 win over the Chicago Cubs. Anthony Rizzo worked out a bases-loaded walk in the eighth to give Chicago a 2-1 lead, but Milwaukee quickly knotted the score on Yasmani Grandal's solo homer.

     Gio Gonzalez gave up a run and two hits over five innings before Milwaukee pulled within three games of the Cubs for the second NL wild card. Chicago also saw its wild-card lead shrink to 1 1/2 games over Arizona.

     Meanwhile, the division-leading Cardinals are 3 1/2 ahead of Cubs after slumping slugger Marcell Ozuna crushed a three-run homer in a 10-1 romp over the Pirates. The cleanup hitter also walked twice after entering the game in a 2-for-35 skid.

     Adam Wainwright went 2-for-4 and limited Pittsburgh to a run and six hits over seven innings as the Redbirds won for the seventh time in 10 games.

     Elsewhere on major league diamonds:

     - Rookie Alex Young scattered two hits while striking out 12 over eight innings of the Diamondbacks' 11th win in 12 games, a 2-0 shutout of the Reds. Jimmie Sherfy fanned slugger Eugenio Suarez and Aristides Aquino with runners on first and second to end it. Ketel Marte ut Arizona ahead with an RBI single in the fourth before scoring on Christian Walker's grounder later in the inning.

     - Josh Donaldson and Ozzie Albies each homered for the second straight day as the Braves picked up their ninth straight win, 5-4 over Washington. Brian McCann and Matt Joyce hit back-to-back homers in a three-run sixth inning, helping the NL East leaders to their longest winning streak in five-plus years. The Braves have won the first three games of the series and top their division by 10 games over the Nationals.

     - The Phillies earned a 5-0 win over the Mets behind Drew Smyly, who struck out six and scattered four hits over seven innings. Cesar Hernadez led off the game with a homer and added an RBI single that sparked Philadelphia's four-run fourth off losing pitcher Marcus Stroman. Corey Dickerson added a two-run double for the Phils, who are three games behind the Cubs for the second NL wild card.

     - Tyler Beede scattered four hits over five frames before six relievers combined to throw four innings of hitless ball in the Giants' 1-0 shutout of the NL West-leading Dodgers. San Francisco's pitching protected the lead after Mike Yastrzemski scored on a Kevin Pillar grounder in the top of the first. Los Angeles will try to avoid a three-game sweep on Sunday.

     - Mitch Garver's second homer of the day was a go-ahead three-run shot in the seventh inning of the Twins' 5-3 comeback win over the Indians. Garver has 28 home runs to break the Minnesota single-season record of 26 set by Earl Battey. The Twins bounced back from Friday's loss to Cleveland and regained a 6  1/2-game lead over the Indians atop the AL Central.

     - Josh Reddick's sacrifice fly broke a 1-1 tie in the seventh inning and sent the Astros past the Mariners, 2-1. Alex Bregman tied the game in the sixth with his 34th home run before Reddick allowed Justin Verlander to improve to 18-5. Verlander allowed one run and four hits with seven strikeouts over seven innings of his first start since no-hitting the Blue Jays last Sunday.

     - J.A. Happ struck out seven and allowed two hits over 6 1/3 shutout innings of the Yankees' 5-1 victory over the Red Sox. Edwin Encarnacion (ehn-kahr-nah-see-OHN') was 2-for-5 with a two-run homer and three RBIs as New York moved Boston another step toward elimination from the AL wild-card race.

     - Daniel Robertson drove in two runs and Travis d'Arnaud provided a tiebreaking, sacrifice fly in the eighth inning of the Rays' 5-3 victory against Toronto. Robertson tied the game with an RBI double in the seventh and added a run-scoring single that capped the scoring. The Rays won for the ninth time in 10 games and sent the Blue Jays to their sixth consecutive loss.

     - The Athletics ripped the Tigers, 10-2 behind Chris Bassitt, who struck out a career-high 11 for six innings. Matt Chapman smacked his 32nd home run, Matt Olson went 4-for-4 with his 29th homer and Jurickson Profar hit his 20th round-tripper. Oakland is 1  1/2 games ahead of Cleveland for the second AL wild card, and one game behind Tampa Bay for the top wild-card position.

     - Shohei Ohtani belted a three-run home run and collected a career-high five RBIs in the Angels' 8-7 decision over the White Sox. Chicago lost for the 10th time in 12 games despite Jose Abreu's three-run blast and four ribbies.

     - Ryan McBroom doubled twice and had three RBIs as the Royals whipped the Marlins, 7-2. Jorge Soler hit his 41st homer in Kansas City's sixth win in seven games.

     - The Rangers knocked off the Orioles, 9-4 as Rougned Odor went 3-for-4 with a three-run homer. Texas scored six times in the top of the first en route to its third straight win.

     - Joey Lucchesi and three relievers combined on a three-hitter to lead the Padres to a 3-0 shutout of the Rockies. Manny Machado hit a two-run home run, Wil Myers also connected as San Diego dealt Colorado its 10th loss in 11 games.



     NEW YORK (AP) - Serena Williams' bid for a record-tying 24th Grand Slam singles title will continue for at least four more months.

     Bianca Andreescu became the first Canadian to win a major championship by downing Williams, 6-3, 7-5 at the U.S. Open. The 19-year-old Andreescu took charge early in the U.S. Open final, going up by a set and two breaks before holding off a late charge by Williams.

     Andreescu went up 5-1 in the second set and served for the victory, but Williams fought back by winning the next four games. The Canadian regained the lead and closed out the match by breaking Williams.

     The 37-year-old Williams has lost her last four Grand Slam final appearances, including the 2018 U.S. Open. She was trying to tie Margaret Court's record for major titles.


     - Phillies star Bryce Harper was held out of the lineup Saturday against the Mets, one night after he was hit on the right hand by a pitch from Steven Matz. X-rays were negative and manager Gabe Kapler was confident there were no fractures in the hand.

     - Cubs shortstop Javier Baez has a hairline fracture in his left thumb, putting the rest of his season in jeopardy. An MRI revealed the extent of Baez's injury, which occurred when he slid headfirst into second base last Sunday against Milwaukee.



     UNDATED (AP) - The Oakland Raiders have had enough of Antonio Brown, but the New England Patriots are willing to take a chance.

     The wide receiver was cut by the Raiders after requesting his release in the latest turn of a dramatic first and only summer with the team. It didn't take long for Brown to find another team as the Patriots gave him a one-year deal worth up to $15 million, with $9 million guaranteed.

     Brown had been upset about his latest team fine from Oakland over an outburst at practice at general manager Mike Mayock. That fine allowed the Raiders to void more than $29 million in guarantees over the next two years of Brown's contract.

     Oakland instead decided to cut ties entirely without Brown ever playing for the team. The Raiders had been counting heavily Brown after trading a third and fifth-round pick to Pittsburgh for the game's most prolific receiver in March. They also gave him a new three-year contract worth $50.1 million that now is void following the release.

     In other NFL news:

     - Falcons receiver Julio Jones finally got his long-awaited contract extension, agreeing to a three-year, $66 million deal. The extension locks in Jones through the 2023 season.

     - The Cowboys have released running back Alfred Morris to make room on the roster for Ezekiel Elliott for Sunday's season opener against the Giants. The move Saturday came three days after Elliott signed a $90 million, six-year extension to end the two-time rushing champion's holdout, which lasted the entire preseason.

     - Dolphins offensive lineman Jesse Davis has signed a contract extension through the 2022 season. Davis played every one of Miami's 920 offensive snaps in 2018.



     DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Duke says an investigation has found no evidence that former basketball star Zion Williamson received improper benefits. School spokesman Michael Schoenfeld said in a statement Saturday that a "thorough and objective" probe led by investigators outside the athletic department found "no evidence to support any allegation" that would have jeopardized Williamson's eligibility.

     Duke athletic director Kevin White said in April that the school would investigate after lawyer Michael Avenatti accused Nike of paying Williamson's mother to convince him to attend a college affiliated with the shoe company.



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