K-Heart Sports – 02/04/23

K-HEART SPORTS – 02/04/23 – 0700
MINOT, ND – Des Lacs-Burlington scored the first 11 points of the game and never trailed in defeating Surrey 73-54 last night in a District 12 boys basketball game we broadcast on K-Heart. Three Lakers combined for 55 points as Carson Yale tallied 28, Rylan Olson added 15, and Paxton Ystaas had 12. Surrey was led by Will Mayo with 16 points, Lucas Vollmer adding 14, and Ayden Amundson with 10. The Lakers led by as many as 24 as they improve their record to 12-4 overall, 6-1 in District 12. The Mustangs are now 6-10, 3-4 in District 12.
Other scores from Friday:
High School Boys Basketball
Class A
#1 Bismarck Century def. Turtle Mountain, 76-65
Bismarck Legacy def. Watford City, 92-56
Bismarck High def. Dickinson, 88-75
Bismarck St. Mary’s def. Williston, 79-63
Class B
#7 Beulah def. Heart River, 45-37
Our Redeemer’s def. Glenburn, 59-35
South Prairie def. Berthold, 69-36
Velva def. Westhope-Newburg, 76-73
Bottineau def. Nedrose, 80-49
Kenmare-Bowbells def. New Town, 56-36
White Shield def. Mandaree, 66-46
Alexander def. Trenton, 55-43
Hazen def. Killdeer, 68-58
Flasher def. Central McLean, 64-58
High School Girls Basketball
Class A
#1 Bismarck Century def. Turtle Mountain, 71-44
#5 Bismarck Legacy def. Watford City, 93-32
Bismarck High def. Dickinson, 75-46
Bismarck St. Mary’s def. Williston, 77-37
Class B
#1 Thompson def. #2 Rugby, 55-45
#3 Central McLean def. South Prairie-Max, 69-36
Tioga def. Minot North Freshman A, 73-60
Powers Lake-Burke Central def. Washburn, 61-54 2OT
Four Winds-Minewaukan def. Dunseith, 78-42
Harvey-Wells County def. North Star, 64-37
North Prairie def. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 54-35
St. John def. Benson County, 73-46
High School Boys Hockey
Bismarck Legacy def. Williston, 5-2
Mandan def. Bottineau-Rugby, 4-3
Jamestown def. Bismarck Century, 4-3
High School Girls Hockey
Bismarck High-Legacy def. Grand Forks, 1-0
High School Girls Gymnastics
Magi Bowl – Minot
1. Dickinson, 144.225
2. Bismarck Century, 141.00
3. Minot High, 138.825
4. Jamestown, 136.250
5. Bismarck Legacy, 132.025
6. Mandan, 129.200
7. Valley City, 126.175
8. Grand Forks, 124.250
9. Northwest Stars, 103.300
All-Around: Karina Olson of Valley City, 37.125
High School Boys Swimming & Diving
Minot High 123, Fargo Davies 63
Mandan 90, Grand Forks 89
Moorhead MN 118, Mandan 83
Bismarck Century Multi-Duals
Bismarck High, 5-0
Bismarck Century, 4-1
Williston, 3-2
Fargo South, 2-3
Bismarck Legacy, 1-4
Dickinson, 0-5
High School Boys Wrestling
Bismarck Legacy def. Jamestown, 37-33
Dickinson def. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 42-25
High School Girls Wrestling
Minot High def. Turtle Mountain, 72-8
NAHL Hockey
Aberdeen Wings def. Minot Minotauros, 3-0
St. Cloud Norsemen def. Bismarck Bobcats, 2-0
MINOT, ND (MSU) – The Minot State men’s basketball team got a 35-point performance from the bench, but lacked gusto, falling 71-65 to the Bemidji State Beavers at home Friday. Connor Hollenbeck led the Beavers (9-12, 6-11) in double figures with 18 points, Khari Broadway tacked on with 13 points, four assists and two steals off the bench. Mason Hedberg also flew high off the bench with 12 points. The Minot State offense made hay from downtown, making eight threes on 27 attempts. Hedberg hit four treys for the Beavers in the contest.
The Minot State Beavers had a slow start, struggling out of the gate, and falling behind 35-23 heading into halftime. The Bemidji Beavers kept widening their lead after intermission, constructing a 67-52 advantage while the Minot State Beaver’s tussled to get the break they needed but fell short. The Minot State Beavers then went on a 6-0 run, finished off by Jalen Cook’s layup, to shrink the deficit to 67-58 with 1:29 to go in the contest. The Beavers (Minot State) kept their comeback going, but Bemidji State managed to hold on for the 71-65 win. Indeed Minot State shot well from three-point range in the half, hitting seven shots from deep to score 21 of it’s 42 points; however, they missed opportunities on the steals and rebounds. The Beavers host Crookston today at 3:30 pm.
MINOT, ND (MSU) – The Minot State women’s basketball team went into halftime beating Bemidji State 24-23, but could not pull away in the second half and fell 70-61 to the Beavers at home Friday. The Beavers (9-14, 4-12) had three players score in double figures, led by Kennedy Harris, who had 19 points. Natasha Elliott added 12 points and two steals and Kate Head chipped in as well with a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Emma Mogen pulled down four offensive rebounds to pace an offense that racked up second chance opportunities for Minot State, grabbing 14 boards and turning them into 15 second chance points. The Minot State defense caused its share of mistakes in Friday’s game, forcing 14 Bemidji State turnovers while committing 12. Those takeaways turned into 18 points on the other end of the floor. Vilborg Jonsdottir’s three steals led the way individually for the Beavers. Minot State next hosts Minnesota Crookston today at 5:30 p.m. for Senior Day.
ATHENS, Ohio (MSU) – Revenge will have to wait for Minot State. The fourth-ranked Ohio Bobcats, who ended the Beavers season at the ACHA National Tournament last spring, held on at home to snap Minot State’s 13-game win streak and give the No.1-ranked Beavers a 5-3 loss on Friday night. The Beavers (25-2-0 overall) started strong as Sheldin Howard scored 6 minutes, 7 seconds into the contest, but from there it was all Bobcats (24-5-0) for the next 30 minutes as they scored three straight to take control, on top 3-1 early in the second period. Reid Arnold snapped Ohio’s run and closed the game for the Beavers a bit, scoring with 5:34 left in the second period, but Ohio pushed its advantage to 4-2 midway through the third. Minot State made a charge as Jay Buchholz scored a power-play goal with 4:18 left to play, but the Beavers could not complete the comeback and an empty-net goal allowed the Bobcats to ice the 5-3 victory. Jake Anthony finished with 28 saves in goal on the night for Minot State, which will look for revenge against Ohio again on Saturday as the Beavers play on the Bobcats home ice at 7 p.m. (ET).
MARSHALL, Minn. (MSU) – Make it a sweep. Riding high off the momentum of a comeback win for victory No. 1 over Minnesota State, Mankato on Thursday, the Minot State men’s wrestling team kept on rolling, this time topping host and 22nd-ranked Southwest Minnesota State, 23-15, on Friday night in an NSIC dual. Cayden White won by pin in his 184-pound match and James Davis collected a forfeit victory at 133 pounds, racking up 12 team points in the dual, more than half of Minot State’s score. Oscar Nellis, who has been rolling strong this calendar year improved to 5-1 in NSIC dual action as he added a 13-4 major decision at 125 pounds over Ben Emrich. Kelby Armstrong, who has lost just once this season, improved to 7-1 overall with another major decision win, 12-2 over Tyler Soltau at 149 pounds. Cannon Potts added the other victory for the Beavers, a 5-2 decision win at 174 pounds. Having swept the weekend on the road to improve to 8-8 on the season in dual action and 3-5 in NSIC competition, Minot State now returns home to close out the regular season as they host No. 5 St. Cloud State next Saturday, Feb. 11, at 2 p.m. at the MSU Dome.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A fight broke out and punches were thrown during the game between the Orlando Magic and Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night. Five players were ejected following the brawl, which started in front of the Orlando bench late in the third quarter. Minnesota guard Austin Rivers and Magic center Mo Bamba were the initial players involved, and it spilled over to include several others on the court. Rivers, Jaden McDaniels and Taurean Prince were ejected from the Timberwolves. Jalen Suggs was tossed along with Bamba for Orlando, which went on to win 127-120.

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