K-Heart Sports – 08/28/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 08/28/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – Saturday’s scores
High School Football
Class 11A
#5 Dickinson def. West Fargo (11AA), 42-0
High School Boys Cross Country
Grand Forks Invite
1. Fargo Davies, 48
2. Grand Forks Red River, 57
3. West Fargo Sheyenne, 101
4. Kindred, 116
5. Devils Lake, 137
6. Minot High, 155
7. Grand Forks Central, 156
8. West Fargo, 176
9. Fargo South, 238

Individual winner: Aiden Johnson of West Fargo Sheyenne, 16:11

High School Girls Cross Country
Grand Forks Invite
1. Minot High, 55
2. Grand Forks Red River, 55
3. Fargo Davies, 75
4. West Fargo, 100
5. West Fargo Sheyenne, 107
6. Grand Forks Central, 142
7. Central Cass, 184
8. Devils Lake, 199
Individual winner: Trinity Jessen of Minot High, 19:21
High School Girls Swimming & Diving
Coyote Invite – Williston
1. Bismarck Century, 397
2. Minot High, 395.5
3. West Fargo Sheyenne, 358.5
4. Dickinson, 298.5
5. Bismarck Legacy, 226.5
6. Williston, 224
7. Mandan, 134
High School Boys Soccer
Minot High 1, Mandan 0
Dickinson 3, Bismarck Century 3
Jamestown 2, Williston 1
Bismarck Legacy 1, Bismarck High 0
High School Boys Tennis
Minot High 8, Fargo Shanley 1
Fargo Davies 5, Minot High 4
West Fargo Sheyenne 9, Jamestown 0
Bismarck Legacy 7, Williston 0
West Fargo Sheyenne 6, Bismarck Century 3
High School Girls Volleyball
Class A
East-West Crossover – Bismarck (Minot High results)
Fargo South def. Minot High, 25-16, 25-20, 11-15
West Fargo Sheyenne def. Minot High, 25-14, 25-5, 10-15
Minot High def. Devils Lake, 25-9, 25-17, 16-14
Fargo Davies def. Minot High, 25-13, 25-15, 15-10
Class B

Coal Country Invite – Beulah / Hazen

Gold Bracket
First Round
Beulah def. Shiloh Christian, 25-22, 25-19
Kenmare-Bowbells def. Dickinson Trinity, 26-24, 25-18
Bishop Ryan def. Flasher, 25-14, 25-15
Our Redeemer’s def. Center-Stanton, 23-25, 25-12, 15-12
Dickinson Trinity def. Shiloh Christian, 25-20, 25-15
Center-Stanton def. Flasher, 25-14, 25-19
Kenmare-Bowbells def. Beulah, 24-26, 25-15, 16-14
Our Redeemer’s def. Bishop Ryan, 18-25, 25-16, 15-7
7th Place
Shiloh Christian def. Flasher, 29-27, 20-25, 15-5
5th Place
Dickinson Trinity def. Center-Stanton, 25-16, 25-14
3rd Place
Beulah def. Bishop Ryan, 25-20, 25-15
Kenmare-Bowbells def. Our Redeemer’s, 25-22, 26-24
Silver Bracket
First Round
Stanley def. New Salem-Almont
Lisbon def. Richardton-Taylor
New England def Berthold
Hazen def. Ray
Richardton-Taylor def. New Salem-Almont
Ray def. Berthold
Lisbon def. Stanley
New England def. Hazen
7th Place
New Salem-Almont def. Berthold
5th Place
Ray def. Richardton-Taylor
3rd Place
Stanley def. Hazen
Lisbon def. New England
College Womens Volleyball
Rosella Meier Fall Classic – Kearney, Nebraska
Central Washington def Minot State, 25-18, 25-18, 25-14
Midwestern State University Texas def. Minot State, 22-25, 25-11, 19-25, 25-20, 15-12
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Gilberto Celestino walked with the bases loaded in the 10th inning and the Minnesota Twins rallied to beat the San Francisco Giants 3-2 Saturday night. It was the second straight win for Minnesota, which had previously lost six in a row. Pinch-runner Caleb Hamilton started the extra inning on second base and advanced to third on a perfect sacrifice bunt by Nick Gordon. Gio Urshela walked and Max Kepler was intentionally walked before Celestino took four straight balls from Dominic Leone (4-5), San Francisco’s fifth reliever of the night. Minnesota scored all its runs in the final two innings.
Today’s series finale has San Francisco RHP Jakob Junis (4-3, 3.58) scheduled to face Minnesota RHP Aaron Sanchez (3-4, 7.36).
DENVER (AP) — Third-year defensive tackle McTelvin Agim’s spot on the Denver Broncos roster is all but assured. Still, he went into the final tune-up determined to stand out in case he finds himself looking for work. Agim forced two fumbles and broke up two passes in the Broncos’ 23-13 preseason win over the Minnesota Vikings on Saturday night, and his best play, a strip-sack of Sean Mannion, led to Baron Browning’s 17-yard fumble return for a touchdown just before halftime. “That was my mind-set,” Agim said, “just put the best film out there so all 31 other teams see it, as well.” They’ll be impressed, but it won’t matter. Agim isn’t going anywhere. Both teams rested their starters in the preseason finale, and none of the four backup quarterbacks threw a touchdown.
Browning, whom the Broncos (2-1) moved from inside linebacker to the edge this year, stunted up the middle and nearly pried the ball from Mannion’s grasp himself as he swept past him in the final minute of the first half. Agim was right there to slap the ball out as he wrapped up Mannion from behind for a 10-yard sack. Browning reached back, grabbed the ball with his right hand and zipped into the end zone to give Denver a 17-7 lead. “That was a killer,” Vikings rookie head coach Kevin O’Connell said. “Sean’s trying to get ready check the ball down. We coach real hard to have two hands on it in the pocket.”
Mannion got the Vikings, who went winless in the preseason, to midfield for Greg Joseph’s 46-yard field goal as time expired, cutting Minnesota’s deficit to 17-10 at halftime. Joseph’s 58-yarder five seconds into the fourth quarter made it 17-13 and the Vikings were driving again when safety rookie safety Dalarrin Turner-Yell returned from a concussion check to sack Kellen Mond on fourth-and-goal from the Denver 5. Brandon McManus capped the scoring with a pair of field goals over the final 3:19.
With Kirk Cousins sitting out again, Mannion was 9-of-16 for 121 yards and Mond went 10 for 17 for 102 yards in the second half. Like Cousins, Russell Wilson didn’t play at all in the preseason. Brett Rypien was 14 for 21 for 137 yards in the first half and Josh Johnson threw for 107 yards on 11-of-14 passing. Wilson dressed out in full pads and even put on his eye black to watch the action from the sideline with Denver’s other resting starters were decked out in street clothes. He also had a headset and a microphone to listen to rookie head coach Nathaniel Hackett calling the offensive plays and consulting with offensive coordinator Justin Outten. “So, he got to hear how I talked to the coaches and how I call plays,” said Hackett, whose first real-game experience with Wilson will be in the opener at Seattle.
Rypien drove the Broncos to the Minnesota 8 on Denver’s opening possession but his throw over the middle to K.J. Hamler on first-and-goal was tipped by Myles Dorn and intercepted by Luiji Vilain. Johnson drove Denver on a pair of drives that ended in field goals. McManus’ 40-yarder made it 20-13 with 3:19 remaining. That’s when Denver’s defense, which collected five sacks, showed up again.
Rookie Nik Bonnito recorded consecutive sacks of Mond, Agim batted down his fourth-and-27 pass with 2:07 remaining, and Denver took over at the Vikings 8. McManus added a 31-yard field goal in the waning seconds. Minnesota’s first touchdown came on Bryant Koback’s carry on fourth-and-goal from the 1. Officials initially ruled he was stuffed by Turner-Yell but the Vikings won the challenge, giving them a 7-3 lead. Montrell Washington’s 11-yard TD on a reverse gave Denver the lead for good at 10-7.
The Broncos have been dreadful on special teams for several years and things didn’t look much different Saturday night as returner Jalen Virgil muffed the opening kickoff, knocking the ball out of bounds at the 2. In the third quarter, Broncos snapper Jacob Bobenmoyer inexplicably carried the ball several yards across the goal line for a touchback that left punter Sam Martin perplexed as to why he didn’t just down the ball inside the 10.
Vikings: DL T.Y. McGill Jr. (ankle) and LB Troy Dye (foot) both were injured in the first quarter and didn’t return. WR Jalen Nailor was ruled out with a concussion early in the third quarter. WR Bisi Johnson left shortly thereafter with what O’Connell feared was a serious knee injury.
The Vikings open the season at home against rival Green Bay on Sept. 11.

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