K-Heart Sports – 09/18/21

K-HEART SPORTS – SATURDAY – 091821 – 0700
MINOT, ND – Quarterback Walker Braaten was tackled shy of the goal line on a 2-point conversion and the Bishop Ryan Lions held on for a 35-33 overtime win over Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn last night, in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. Freshman quarterback Jett Lundeen accounted for 319 yards of offense and 5 touchdowns in leading the Lions to victory. Lundeen was 15 of 22 for 258 yards and three scores. He also rushed 13 times for 61 yards and two TD’s. The Sioux were led by Easton Andel who carries the ball 34 times for 124 yards and a touchdown. Braaten rushed for 61 yards on 6 carries and three scores. Bishop Ryan improves to 4-1 on the year while W-N-G drops to 1-4.
In our other broadcast on Friday, Chris Jenner carried the ball 26 times for 206 yards and two touchdowns as the Surrey Mustangs shutout the Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central Honkers 42-0. The Mustangs improve to 3-1 on the season, while the Honkers drop to 0-4.
Other scores from Friday:
High School Football
Class 11AA
#1 Bismarck Century 15, (#5 11A) Dickinson 12
#2 West Fargo Sheyenne 37, Bismarck High 0
(#2 11A) Bismarck St. Mary’s 28, #3 Fargo Shanley 21
#5 West Fargo 42, #4 Fargo Davies 6
Mandan 35, Minot 21
Bismarck Legacy 63, Williston 7
Class 11A
#1 Jamestown 41, Watford City 0
#2 Bismarck St. Mary’s 28, (#3 11AA) Fargo Shanley 21
#T3 Fargo North 50, Grand Forks Central 0
#T3 Devils Lake 41, Turtle Mountain 14
(#1 11AA) Bismarck Century 15, #5 Dickinson 12
Grand Forks Red River 12, Fargo South 9
Wahpeton 35, Valley City 14
Class 11 B
#1 Beulah 48, Southern McLean 14
Kindred 37, #2 Central Cass 0
#3 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 38, Thompson 18
#4 Hillsboro-Central Valley 44, Park River Area 0
#5 Velva-Garrison 14, Rugby 6
Nedrose 62, New Town 0
Stanley 27, South Prairie-Max 6
Shiloh Christian 13, Bowman County 6
Dickinson Trinity 31, Heart River 0
Hazen 57, Killdeer 46
Harvey-Wells County 34, Carrington 6
Grafton 46, Northern Cass 34
Lisbon 52, Fargo Oak Grove 7
Sargent County 20, Linton-HMB 18
Oakes 41, Ellendale, Edgeley-Kulm 6
Class 9B
#1 LaMoure-Litchville-Marion 59, Richland 0
#2 New Salem-Almont 48, #5 Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 28
#3 Cavalier 68, Larimore 6
#4 Ray-Powers Lake 44, Tioga 6
Divide County 71, Alexander 20
Bottineau 32, T-G-U 0
St. John 26, Dunseith 20
Nelson County 36, North Prairie 14
North Star 52, Benson County 12
New Rockford-Sheyenne 28, Four Winds 20
Grant County-Flasher 30, Central McLean 14
Mott-Regent-New England 40, Beach 16
Hettinger-Scranton 46, Richardton-Taylor-Hebron 0
South Border 44, Kidder County 8
Hatton-Northwood 52, Griggs-Midkota 0
MayPort-CG 36, Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page 20
Enderlin-Maple Valley 24, Hankinson 6
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 67, Tri-State 0
High School Boys Cross Country
Dickinson Beck Wells Invite
1. Williston, 39
2. Bismarck High, 43
3. Dickinson, 80
4. Bismarck Century, 143
5. Bismarck Legacy, 150
6. Bowman County, 151
7. Minot, 180
8. Mandan, 215
9. Beulah, 215
10. Watford City, 306
Individual winner: Ivan Askim of Williston, 15:41
High School Girls Cross Country
Dickinson Becki Wells Invite

1. Williston, 40
2. Bismarck High, 45
3. Bismarck Legacy, 99
4. Minot, 136
5. Bismarck Century, 136
6. Mandan, 180
7. Dickinson, 201
8. Bowman County, 225

Individual winner: Eleni Lovgren of Williston, 18:29

High School Girls Golf
Class A
Minot Invite – Vardon Golf Club
1. Bismarck Century, 330
2. Mandan, 345
3. Bismarck Legacy, 346
4. Bismarck High, 352
5. Dickinson, 355
6. Minot, 358
7. Williston, 365
8. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 398
9. Jamestown, 411
10. Watford City, 471
Medalist: Leah Herbel of Bismarck Century, 69
High School Boys Tennis
Grand Forks Central 7, Minot 2
Grand Forks Red River 7, Minot 2
Mandan 7, Williston 2
High School Girls Volleyball
Class A
Dickinson def. Turtle Mountain, (3-1)
Class B
Beach def. Mandaree, 25-2, 25-13, 25-10
College Womens Soccer
Minot State 2, Minnesota-Duluth 0
College Womens Volleyball
Concordia-St. Paul def. Minot State, 25-15, 25-12, 25-23
MINOT, ND – The Minot Minotauros continue play at the NAHL Showcase in Blaine, Minnesota to start the season. The Tauros lost to the New Mexico Ice Wolves 3-1 on Friday. Minot is now 1-2 on the season. They will finish play at the Showcase today at 3:30 PM against the Fairbanks Ice Dogs.
MINOT, N.D. (MSU) – After putting the ceremony on hold last fall, the Minot State University Athletic department has announced the return of the Hall of Fame weekend which will honor and induct the 41st and 42nd classes into the Minot State Athletics Hall of Fame.
The Class of 2020, which was announced last fall but has waited to be honored because of COVID, features former MLB umpire and Beavers baseball player, Gary Cederstrom, former Minot State women’s basketball head coach Sheila Green Gerding, the 2004-05 men’s basketball team, former football defensive lineman Ian Best, and former softball pitcher Mandy Greenberg.
The Class of 2021 features Minot State distance runner Jarret Baker, Beaver record holder and professional women’s basketball player Carly Boag, and NAIA National Champion gymnasts Robbin (Wheeler) Filkowski.
The induction ceremony will be at the Clarion Hotel & Convention Center on Friday, Oct. 8, at 5 p.m., and then all the newest members of the Minot State Athletics Hall of Fame will be honored at halftime of the Beavers homecoming football game against Minnesota State Moorhead on Saturday, Oct. 9.
UNDATED – College football highlights today’s schedule. Minot State (0-2) in on the road playing at Wayne State (1-1) tonight at 6 PM. North Dakota State (2-0) in on the road for the first time this season playing at Towson University (1-1) at 5 PM. North Dakota (1-1) has their home opener today as they host Drake University (1-1) in the 55th Annual Potato Bowl at 4 PM at the Alerus Center.

TORONTO (AP) – Vladimir Guerrero Jr. connected for his major league-leading 46th homer, but Jorge Polanco, Josh Donaldson, and Miguel Sanó hit consecutive homers as the Minnesota Twins beat the Toronto Blue Jays 7-3. The Blue Jays slipped into the third spot in the AL wild-card race, one game behind Boston and half-game behind the Yankees. Toronto fell to 13-3 in September. Guerrero hit a solo homer in the third that pulled Toronto within 5-3. He was tied with Kansas City’s Salvador Perez for the homer lead going into the game. Toronto starter Hyun Jin Ryu fell to 2-4 with an 8.10 ERA in his past eight starts.


INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – Sylvia Fowles scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and the Minnesota Lynx pulled away in the second half for a 92-73 win over the Indiana Fever, clinching a first-round bye in the WNBA playoffs. Minnesota (21-10) has won 16 of 19 games. The Lynx were up seven midway through the third quarter before closing with a 13-4 run to lead 70-54. The Fever, playing their third game is six days with only seven players available, never threatened in the fourth quarter. Kelsey Mitchell scored 26 points áfor Indiana.


UNDATED (AP) – There’s been a slight shift in the American League race, with the Toronto Blue Jays on the outside looking in. The Jays were beaten at home by the Twins, the Yankees clobbered the Indians and the Red Sox knocked off the Orioles. Corey Kluber beat his old team and Joey Gallo slammed two of the Yankees’ five home runs in a 8-0 pounding of the Indians. Aaron Judge, Brett Gardner and Giancarlo Stanton also went deep for the Bombers, who moved a half-game ahead of Toronto for the second AL wild card. Kluber won for the first time in nearly four months, scattering four hits over six innings.

Jorge Polanco, Josh Donaldson, and Miguel Sano hit consecutive home runs in a five-run third that carried the Twins past the Blue Jays, 7-3. Michael Pineda pitched 5 2/3 innings to win his third straight start, yielding three runs and three hits to help Minnesota win for the second time in six games. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. reclaimed the major league lead with his 46th home run, but the Jays lost for just the third time in 16 games this month.
The Red Sox’s 7-1 win over the Orioles gives Boston the first AL wild card by a half-game over the Yankees. Chris Sale returned from COVID-19 to pitch five innings of two-hit ball, allowing one run. Bobby Dalbec homered and Hunter Renfroe put the game out of reach with a three-run double as the Bosox dealt the Orioles their 100th loss.
Checking out Friday’s other Major League action:
– The AL East-leading Rays erased a three-run deficit in the ninth before Brett Phillips hit a three-run homer in the 10th to give them a 7-4 triumph over the Tigers. Pinch-hitter Yandy Diaz poked a two-run single to spark the ninth-inning rally. Austin Meadows picked up his 100th RBI on a sacrifice fly, the first Rays player to hit the century mark since Evan Longoria 11 years ago.
– Chas McCormick was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded to drive in the winning run in the 10th inning of the Astros’ 4-3 verdict over the Diamondbacks. Houston tied it in 10th with an RBI bloop single by Jake Meyers before McCormick sent Arizona to its 100th loss. It was Houston’s first win on a hit by pitch since August 1998 and third time in franchise history.
– The White Sox hammered the Rangers, 8-0 as Luis Robert hit a three-run double and Dylan Cease struck out 10 in five innings. Jose Abreu had two hits and drove in two runs, giving him 111 RBIs this season. Romy Gonzalez doubled twice among his career-best three hits as the AL Central leaders inched closer to their first division title in 13 years.
– The Athletics are within 2 1/2 games of an AL wild-card slot following a 5-4 victory over the Angels. Josh Harrison had two RBIs and Mark Canha scored the go-ahead run on a passed ball in the sixth inning of Oakland’s third win in a row. Cole Irvin pitched six solid innings to earn his first victory in four weeks.
– Rookie Jarred Kelenic spoiled Jonathan Heasley’s major league debut by hitting a pair of two-run homers in the Mariners’ 6-2 win over the Royals. Kelenic’s first multihomer game of his career kept the Mariners 3 1/2 games behind the Yankees for the second AL wild-card spot. Chris Flexen allowed one run and six hits in 5 2/3 innings for his 12th win.
– Zack Wheeler allowed a run and struck out six over five-plus innings of the Phillies’ 4-3 downing of the Mets. Wheeler is 4-1 with a 2.62 ERA in nine starts against his former club. Brad Miller put the Phillies ahead 2-1 in the fifth with a solo shot, helping Philadelphia climb within two games of the NL East-leading Braves.
– Pinch-hitting pitcher Kevin Gausman lofted a full-count, bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the 11th inning to complete the Giants’ 6-5 victory against the Braves. Donovan Solano came off the COVID-19 injured list and connected for a tying, pinch-hit home run with two out in the ninth for San Francisco. Down 4-2, the Braves rallied in the ninth when Travis d’Arnaud hit a go-ahead, three-run homer.
– Kyle Farmer doubled twice and the Reds snapped the Los Angeles Dodgers’ six-game winning streak with a 3-1 victory. Winning pitcher Luis Castillo struck out 10 and didn’t allow a runner past second base over 6 1/3 shutout innings. Walker Buehler was hoping to notch his career-high 15th win, but the Reds reached him for three runs over six frames as Los Angeles fell two games behind the NL West-leading Giants.
– The Cardinals won their sixth in a row as Dylan Carlson homered twice, including a grand slam in an 8-2 thumping of the Padres. Miles Mikolas threw 5 2/3 shutout innings, allowing three hits in his first victory in two years. St. Louis still leads the Reds by one game for the second NL wild card, with San Diego 1 1/2 games back.
– Kolten Wong provided a tiebreaking single with two out in the eighth inning to spark the Brewers’ 8-5 decision over the Cubs. Milwaukee scored four runs off reliever Rowan Wick in the eighth to come from behind and beat the Cubs for the 10th straight time. Luis Urias drove in three runs and Wong was 3-for-5 with two RBIs, helping the Brewers cut their magic number to four for winning the NL Central.
– Elias Diaz hit a tying homer and Brendan Rodgers had an RBI single as the Rockies rallied in the ninth inning to beat the Nationals, 9-8. Rodgers and Sam Hilliard homered for Colorado, which is 6-1 on its nine-game road trip.
– The Pirates knocked off the Marlins, 2-1 as Wil Crowe pitched five innings of one run ball for his first victory since July 30. Cole Tucker hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the sixth.
UNDATED (AP) – Dolphins wide receiver Will Fuller has been ruled out for Sunday’s game with Buffalo and will be away from the team indefinitely while he deals with a personal issue. Dolphins coach Brian Flores said Fuller’s situation will be considered a day-to-day issue and that the speedy wide receiver would remain on the active roster.
In other NFL news:
– Cowboys offensive lineman Ty Nsekhe is out for Sunday’s game at the Chargers after being hospitalized overnight because of heat illness. The athletic trainers decided to send him to the hospital because they didn’t like the way the 35-year-old was responding to rehydration.
– The Chargers have placed starting offensive tackle Bryan Bulaga on injured reserve, meaning he will miss at least three games. Bulaga was battling groin and back injuries throughout training camp. He started at right tackle during last Sunday’s opener at Washington, playing 45 snaps before being sidelined early in the third quarter after tweaking his back.
– The back issue that bothered Green Bay outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith throughout the preseason will now force the Packers to play without their Pro Bowl pass rusher for the next few weeks. Packers coach Matt LaFleur says Smith is going on injured reserve. Smith has 26 sacks for the Packers over the last two seasons.
– Browns starting linebacker Anthony Walker Jr. is going on injured reserve with a hamstring issue that will keep him out at least three games. Walker led Cleveland with nine tackles in last week’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. He’s also the Browns’ signal caller on defense.
– Saints coach Sean Payton says the club has decided to continue practicing at TCU next week in preparation for their Week 3 game at New England before returning to their New Orleans-area headquarters in Week 4. Payton says they plan to host the Giants in the Superdome. The Saints have been displaced to the Dallas area since Aug. 28 due to damage caused by Hurricane Ida.
– Raiders running back Josh Jacobs will miss this week’s game at Pittsburgh with injuries to his toe and ankle. Jacobs didn’t practice all week for the Raiders after rushing for 34 yards and two touchdowns in a season-opening 33-27 win in overtime against Baltimore on Monday night.
– The list of kickers signed by the Titans just keeps growing with the addition of Ryan Santoso to the practice squad Friday. Randy Bullock will kick Sunday for the Titans in Seattle, their fourth different kicker since training camp started. Santoso provides some insurance with Sam Ficken and Tucker McCann both on injured reserve.
– Linebacker Kyle Van Noy is out for the Patriots matchup with the Jets with a throat injury. An abdomen issue will also sideline kicker Quinn Nordin.
– College Football Hall of Famer and six-time Pro Bowl selection Roger Brown has died at 84. Brown played 10 years in the NFL for the Lions and Rams after being taking by Detroit in the fourth round of the 1960 draft. In his seven seasons with the Lions, Brown went to the Pro Bowl five straight years and was an All-Pro selection in 1962 and ’63.
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Austin Peay is leaving the Ohio Valley Conference for the ASUN Conference effective July 1, becoming the league’s 13th full member. The move ratified by Austin Peay’s Board of Trustees and announced Friday ends a membership with the OVC that began in 1962. Austin Peay won 69 league titles, 21 since 2010. All 17 programs will move to the ASUN and be immediately eligible for league awards, postseason play and NCAA Tournament automatic berths.


SAO PAULO (AP) – Brazilian soccer great Pele “took a little step back” in his recovery from surgery to remove a tumor from his colon but he is “recovering well” at a Sao Paulo hospital. That’s according to his daughter, Kely Nascimento. The Albert Einstein hospital said the 80-year-old Edson Arantes do Nascimento had returned to intensive care after “a brief breathing instability” Thursday night. Pele was currently stable in “semi-intensive” care, the hospital said, and he “continues recovering.” It did not give further details.

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