K-Heart Sports – 09/09/23


MINOT, ND – Logan Rist rushed for 100 yards and 4 touchdowns in just over one quarter of play as Des Lacs-Burlington defeated Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central 55-0, in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. Rist also added a 2-point conversion. Jake Schaefer tallied nearly 100 yards rushing and 2 TD’s, a 2-point conversion, and kicked 3 extra points as the Lakers improve to 2-2 on the season, 1-1 in Class A, Region 3. The Honkers fall to 0-4 overall, 0-2 in Class A, Region 3.
Other scores from Friday:
High School Football
Class AAA
# 1 Fargo Shanley def. Fargo South (AA #3), 49-28
#2 West Fargo Sheyenne def. Bismarck Century, 26-24
#3 Minot High def. #5 Mandan, 28-12
Bismarck High def. #4 Fargo Davies, 22-3
West Fargo def. Bismarck Legacy, 38-14
Bismarck St. Mary’s def. Wlliston, 23-6
Class AA
#1 Fargo North def. Wahpeton, 65-7
#2 Grand Forks Red River def. Turtle Mountain, 48-6
#4 Jamestown def. Grand Forks Central, 35-21
#5 Dickinson def. Watford City, 42-0
Valley City def. Devils Lake, 35-26
Class A
#1 Velva-Drake/Anamoose-Garrison def. Nedrose, 50-19
#3 Dickinson Trinity def. Beulah, 42-0
#4 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich def. Rugby, 48-14
#5 Shiloh Christian def. Heart River, 56-16
Bishop Ryan def. South Prairie-Max, 48-8
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central, 55-0
Stanley def. Ray-Powers Lake, 40-13
Harvey-Wells County def. Bottineau, 7-6
Southern McLean def. Hazen, 20-0
Killdeer def. Bowman County, 40-7
Carrington def. Thompson, 45-15
Cavalier def. Grafton, 42-14
Hillsboro-Central Valley def. Northern Cass, 33-19
Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm def. May-Port-CG, 35-12
Central Cass def. Lisbon, 55-0
New Rockford-Sheyenne-Maddock def. #1 North Prairie, 36-34 OT
#2 New Salem-Almont def. Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter, 52-22
#3 Sargent County def. Richland, 50-14
#4 South Border def. Hettinger County, 55-18
#5 Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn def. Surrey, 50-0
Central McLean def. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 58-26
Tioga def. T-G-U, 60-6
Alexander def. Divide County, 27-0
Grant County-Flasher def. Linton-HMB, 34-30
Kidder County def. Beach, 42-30
Hettinger-Scranton def. Richardton-Taylor-Hebron, 54-14
North Border def. St. John, 54-24
North Star def. Midway-Minto, 64-8
Maple River def. Larimore, 46-18
Hatton-Northwood def. Enderlin, 50-28
LaMoure-Litchville-Marion def. Griggs-Midkota, 37-6
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood def. Hankinson, 40-20
Center-Stanton def. New Town, 78-20

High School Girls Swimming & Diving
Capital City Draw – BSC Aquatic & Wellness Center in Bismarck
1. Bismarck Century, 601.5
2. Bismarck Legacy, 419
3. Williston, 349.5
4. Fargo Davies, 315
5. West Fargo Horace, 280
6. Mandan, 209
7. Bismarck High, 161

High School Boys Soccer
Dickinson def. Mandan, 4-3

High School Boys Tennis
Minot High def. Valley City, 9-0
Bismarck High def. Minot North, 7-2
Williston def. Jamestown, 7-2
West Fargo Sheyenne def. Mandan, 7-2
West Fargo Sheyenne def. Bismarck Legacy, 8-1
MOORHEAD, Minn. (MSU) – Minot State cross country continues the strong start to the season with both the men and the women taking second place at the Dragon Twilight in Moorhead on Friday night.
The leader for the men was Charles Hardcastle who finished 5th with a time of 18 minutes, 33.30 seconds. Four other men scored in the top 20 including Grayson Bonilla who scored 11th with 19:06.30, Camden Jasmin who scored 14th with 19:09.20, Yoni Neyschtadt who finished 18th with 19:19.30, and Marco Murillo scored 19th with 19:22.80. A very impressive showing from the men tonight in Moorhead.
The women were just as impressive as the men tonight with 7 of the women scoring 25th or better. Leading the women tonight was Sidra Sadowsky finishing 9th with a time of 15:02.40. Paulette Dominguez finished next for the women placing 11th with 15:09.40, followed very closely by Emery Smith and Jessica Martinez who placed 15th and 16th with times of 15:11.30 and 15:11.50 respectively. Next was Nicole Reeves who finished 22nd with 15:16.60. Rounding out the women were Jazmin Gorder and Bailey Wride who finished 24th and 25th with times of 15:29.40 and 15:29.70 respectively.
Both teams will race again on September 29th at the Marauder Invitational in Bismarck.
LUBBOCK, Texas (MSU) – The Minot State volleyball team saw its work on the practice court pay off Friday as the Beavers picked up their first win of the season, battling to a thrilling five-set victory over Arkansas Tech in the teams’ opening match at the Lubbock Christian Chaps Classic. Minot State (1-5 overall) scored a 25-19, 24-26, 25-22, 16-25, 15-7 victory in the morning match before falling 25-13, 25-14, 25-8 to Oklahoma Christian in Beavers second match on Friday. Minot State is back in action today in the tournament playing Southern Arkansas at 9 a.m. and host Lubbock Christian at 1 p.m.
Minot State def. Arkansas Tech 25-19, 24-26, 25-22, 16-25, 15-7
The Minot State volleyball team displayed remarkable fortitude in a 3-2 victory over the Arkansas Tech Golden Suns Friday at Rip Griffin Center. The Beavers were led by a double-double from Maggie Machado, who registered 11 kills and 19 digs on the day. Sydney Upton also added 13 kills to help the attack. On the defensive end, Kendal Braun chipped in for with 21 digs to go with three blocks from Taylor Wyatt. Minot State attackers were helped by a team-high 25 assists from Jaina Macaulay.
Oklahoma Christian def. Minot State 25-13, 25-14, 25-8
The Minot State volleyball team lost to the Oklahoma Christian Eagles in straight sets (13-25, 14-25, 8-25) Friday at Rip Griffin Center. Taylor Wyatt finished with five kills on the day to lead the Beavers attack while finishing with a hitting percentage of .333. The Beavers got seven digs from Maggie Machado to lead them defensively. Minot State attackers were helped by a team-high 12 assists from Jaina Macaulay.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Andrew Stevenson scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning when he stole third and continued home on catcher Francisco Álvarez’s throwing error, and the Minnesota Twins beat the New York Mets 5-2 on Friday night. With the score 2-2, Matt Wallner walked against Sean Reid-Foley (0-1), Stevenson pinch ran and Willi Castro singled. With the runners going, Reid-Foley bounced a changeup to Edouard Julien that glanced off Álvarez’s glove and rebounded off the backstop. The catcher fired a throw that bounced past third base and down the left-field line for an error that allowed Stevenson to score from second. Stevenson played his seventh game with Minnesota this year after spending most of the season at Triple-A St. Paul. He already has the go-ahead from his manager to be aggressive on the basepaths. Royce Lewis added an RBI double and scored on Max Kepler’s bloop single off Grant Hartwig. Caleb Thielbar (3-1) pitched a scoreless seventh in relief of Dallas Keuchel, who allowed two runs and three hits in five innings. Jhoan Duran pitched a hitless ninth for his 25th save in 30 chances. Minnesota has won four of Keuchel’s five starts since he joined the team in early August. AL Central-leading Minnesota remained 6 1/2 games ahead of second-place Cleveland. The Guardians beat the Los Angeles Angels 6-3.
Mets: LHP David Peterson (3-7, 5.40 ERA) hasn’t recorded a decision in his last seven starts, but the Mets have won two of the last three times Peterson has taken the mound.
Twins: RHP Kenta Maeda (3-7, 4.73 ERA) has allowed three runs or more in each of his last four starts. His last win was Aug. 5 against Arizona.
EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Vikings safety and special teams standout Josh Metellus agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension, further cementing the club’s deepest position. The deal for Metellus, who was a sixth-round draft pick out of Michigan in 2020, has a maximum value of $13 million with $6 million guaranteed, his agent Drew Rosenhaus confirmed. Metellus is behind six-time Pro Bowl pick Harrison Smith and incumbent starter Camryn Bynum on the depth chart, but he’s been used frequently as a fifth or sixth defensive back in various personnel packages rolled out during the preseason by new defensive coordinator Brian Flores.
Metellus started three games last season when Smith was sidelined, and he excelled on the four primary phases of special teams where he is expected to remain even with an increased role on defense. Selected by his peers as one of eight captains for the second consecutive season, Metellus led the team in special teams tackles in 2020 and 2022. “I always tell the group, if you just do the work, the money will come,” special teams coordinator Matt Daniels said. “If you be so good they can’t deny you, everything else will work itself out.” The Vikings also have 2022 first-round draft pick Lewis Cine as a backup safety, plus Theo Jackson and Jay Ward in reserve and special teams roles after strong performances during training camp, and Metellus said without hesitation his next goal is to become an every-down player.
“Me and my wife, we couldn’t even sleep last night, we were so happy,” Metellus said. “We manifested a lot of things and to see things come to life and be able to live this dream, I would say it’s really special for us. We’ve been here for four years. My goal is to be here my whole career.” The money for Metellus will not quite measure up to the guarantees that wide receiver Justin Jefferson could soon get, with his representatives and the Vikings in negotiations on an extension that will undoubtedly make him the highest-paid player at his position.
“Of course I would want a contract to be done,” Jefferson said. “But at the end of the day, it is all up to them and what the ownership wants to do with that.” At his regular weekly interview session with reporters on Thursday, Jefferson was peppered with contract questions in light of a megadeal signed this week by San Francisco’s Nick Bosa that made him the richest defensive player in the league. “I’ve done something that no one has ever done in the history of the game, so my situation is a little bit different than everyone else’s,” Jefferson said. “Of course, I’m going into my fourth year, trying to talk about contract two years early. There’s so many different parts that go in toward it. That’s why I leave it up to my agent and just keep my mindset on the field.”

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