K-Heart Sports – 10/01/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 10/01/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – Des Lacs-Burlington defeated Bishop Ryan 24-15 in a Class 11B Region 3 football game we broadcast on K-Heart. The Lions got on the board halfway through period two with a touchdown pass from Jett Lundeen to Carson Merck to take a 6-0 lead. DLB would march down the field and score with 1:21 remaining in the half on a 5 yard pass from Rylan Olson to Braylin Fisher to make it 7-6 at the break. The Lakers would add three more scores in the second half, including a 60 interception return as they improve to 4-2 overall, 4-1 in Region 3. Paxton Ystaas would throw for 136 yards, one TD, and one INT. Rylan Olson was his favorite receiver with four catches for 95 yards and one TD. Logan Rist led the ground game with 40 carries for 110 yards. Bishop Ryan was led by Jett Lundeen passing for 79 yards, two TD’s, and two INT’s. He also rushed for 39 yards. The Lions had four turnovers including two lost fumbles. Bishop Ryan drops to 3-4 overall, 3-2 in Region 3.
Other scores from Friday:
High School Football
Class 11AA
#1 Fargo Davies def. Fargo South (11A #1), 34-7
#2 West Fargo Sheyenne def. Minot High, 27-14
#3 Mandan def. Bismarck High, 63-22
#4 Fargo Shanley def. #5 Bismarck Legacy, 28-16
West Fargo def. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 30-7
Class 11A
#2 Jamestown def. Dickinson, 33-8
#4 Valley City def. Wahpeton, 40-6
#5 Grand Forks Red River def. #3 Fargo North, 38-6
Grand Forks Central def. West Fargo Horace, 49-14
Class 11B
#1 Kindred def. Central Cass, 28-0
#2 Dickinson Trinity def. Hazen, 51-50
#3 Velva-Garrison-Drake/Anamoose def. Stanley, 46-7
Hillsboro-Central Valley def. #4 Bottineau, 27-0
#5 Thompson def. Fargo Oak Grove, 35-11
Ray-Powers Lake def. Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central, 30-26
South Prairie-Max def. Nedrose, 50-27
Beulah def. Shiloh Christian, 50-36
Killdeer def. Southern McLean, 28-22
Bowman County def. Heart River, 24-8
Rugby def. Park River Area, 26-20
Carrington def. Harvey-Wells County, 28-6
Linton-HMB def. Sargent County, 20-18
Lisbon def. Northern Cass, 46-6
Oakes def. Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm, 26-6
Class 9B
#1 LaMoure-Litchville-Marion def. Hankinson, 48-0
#2 New Salem-Almont def. Kidder County, 44-0
#3 Cavalier def. Benson County, 50-0
#4 May-Port-CG def. Enderlin, 56-14
#5 North Prairie def. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 36-8
Surrey def. Alexander, 42-0
Divide County def. Lewis & Clark, 44-14
Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn def. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 50-16
Dunseith def. TGU, 58-14
St. John def. Tioga, 44-14
South Border def. Central McLean, 52-6
Hettinger County def. Hettinger-Scranton, 22-8
Grant County-Flasher def. Richardton-Taylor-Hebron, 44-12
Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter def. Beach, 42-20
Four Winds def. North Star, 32-26
North Border def. Midway-Minto, 76-0
Larimore def. Nelson County, 28-18
Richland def. Hatton-Northwood, 34-22
Maple River def. Griggs-Midkota, 40-8
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood def. Tri-State, 53-0
MINOT, ND – The West Region Boys Tennis Tournament continued Friday at Hammond Park in Minot with the individual tournament. Today’s single semifinals at 11 am include Hunter Rice of Minot High against Mason Lunzman of Jamestown and Anthony Janes of Bismarck Legacy against Tyler Wahl of Bismarck High. A couple other Minot High players are still in the running for a state tournament birth as Josh Hegtad plays Nolan Callahan in a Loser Out match at 9:30 am.
In doubles play, a pair of Minot High duos meet in the semifinals as Grayson Schaefer/Brayden McLean take on Aidan Diehl/Sam Griffith at 11 am. The other semi has Jared Pitcher/Beau Zander of Bismarck Century against Karter Hatzenbuhler/Brady Helbling of Mandan.
The top eight placers move on to the state tournament.
MINOT, ND – The WDA Boys Soccer Tournament will be held today at Bismarck St. Mary’s High School.
High School Boys Soccer
WDA Tournament – Our Lady of Victory Stadium at Bismarck St. Mary’s
State Qualifier
(4) Bismarck Century vs (5) Jamestown, 12 pm
(3) Bismarck High vs (6) Mandan, 2 pm
(1) Minot High vs (2) Bismarck Legacy, 4 pm
MINOT, ND – One of premier in-season Class B volleyball tournaments is this weekend with the Laker Invite. Pool play began on Friday and continues this morning in Des Lacs and Burlington before tournament action this afternoon. The field features 11 of 17 teams listed in the latest Class B volleyball poll.
MINOT, ND – Other scores from Friday:
College Mens Hockey
Minot State def. Jamestown, 4-3
College Womens Hockey
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology def. Minot State, 5-1
College Womens Soccer
Minot State def. Northern State, 2-1
College Womens Volleyball
Minnesota State-Mankato def. Minot State (3-0) 25-9, 25-19, 25-18
NAHL Hockey
Bismarck Bobcats def. Minot Minotauros, 4-0
MINOT, ND – College football today features the “Battle of the Beavers” here in Minot. Minot State (0-4) will host Bemidji State (2-2) at First Western Bank Field at Herb Parker Stadium at 1 pm. The MSU Beavers will be looking for their first victory in 20 years against a tough BSU Beavers team as Bemidji State owns a 21-1 record against Minot State. The lone Minot State victory coming back on Sept. 7th, 2002 when Minot State traveled to Bemidji and snuck away with a 35-28 win.
North Dakota (2-2) returns home this weekend to welcome #7 Missouri State (2-2) to the Alerus Center for their Homecoming game. The Fighting Hawks and Bears have met on the gridiron on four occasions and the series is tied 2-2. Kickoff is at Noon.
#1 North Dakota State (3-1, 1-0 MVFC) hosts Youngstown State (2-1, 0-0 MVFC) in the annual homecoming game today at 1 pm. This is the 17th meeting between North Dakota State and Youngstown State dating back to 1972. NDSU has won 10 straight to take a 12-4 lead in the series including a 49-17 victory in Youngstown last year.
DETROIT (AP) — Jake Ryan allowed five hits in six innings and the Minnesota Twins blanked Detroit 7-0 on Friday night, the Tigers’ 22nd shutout loss of the season. Detroit had its six-game winning streak snapped and surpassed the 1973 New York Yankees and 1976 Chicago White Sox, whose 21 times shut out were the most in the American League in the DH era. Ryan (13-8) walked one and struck out eight. He fanned Miguel Cabrera and Spencer Torkelson to start the second, tying and breaking Francisco Liriano’s franchise record of 144 strikeouts for a rookie pitcher. Ryan went 4-0 with a 0.76 ERA in four starts against the Tigers this season, striking out 33 batters in 23 2/3 innings. Tigers starter Tyler Alexander (4-11) allowed three runs on five hits and four walks in five innings.
The teams play the second game of their weekend series this evening, with Detroit’s Drew Hutchinson (3-9, 4.54) facing Dylan Bundy (8-8, 4.93).
WARE, England (AP) — Vikings outside linebacker Za’Darius Smith was listed Friday as questionable for Minnesota’s game against the New Orleans Saints at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium because of a knee injury. First-year coach Kevin O’Connell said Smith will be a game-time decision. “He’s one of our most important players, obviously, but I want him to feel good about playing and feel like he can be his normal self,” O’Connell said Friday. “I think he’s trending that way, but it will be a game-time decision.” Smith was limited in practice at the team’s temporary training facility next to its hotel 23 miles north of central London. He had missed the prior two practices before the Vikings left Minnesota.
Cornerback Andrew Booth Jr. (quadriceps) was listed as doubtful for the NFL’s first international game of the season.
Running back Dalvin Cook (shoulder) was a full participant for the second consecutive day. Cook leads the Vikings with 203 yards rushing. The Saints have allowed 145 yards or more on the ground in two of their first three games. “He had a good day yesterday, full practice, and then obviously got on the plane, was ready to go today, had a good practice today,” O’Connell said. “Dalvin is excited about the opportunity this weekend.”
The 30-year-old Smith, who signed a three-year deal with the Vikings in the offseason, is tied atop the NFL with five tackles for loss. Smith was a Pro Bowl pick in 2019 and 2020 for Green Bay, but he suffered a major back injury last season and appeared in only one game.
The Saints arrived Monday but the Vikings landed in the British capital on Friday morning, choosing to stick to their regular schedule and time zone as much as possible. “Once we got here, it felt like a pretty normal Friday for us,” O’Connell said. “We’re trying to make this as normal as possible.” The Vikings said their plan for the flight was to offer melatonin and eye masks and to dim the lights right after takeoff. “As soon as I had my little medicine, I was out,” wide receiver Justin Jefferson said. “I was trying to get the most rest I could. But I mean, it’s definitely difficult being on the plane for that long, trying to get the proper rest that you need.”

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