K-Heart Sports – 10/01/23


MINOT, ND – Saturday scores:
High School Football
Class A
#3 Dickinson Trinity def. Bowman County, 42-23

High School Girls Volleyball
Class A
Bismarck Legacy def. Williston (3-0)
Dickinson def. Turtle Mountain (3-0) 25-9, 25-5, 25-12
Class B

Laker Invite – Des Lacs & Burlington
Gold Bracket
First Round
#1 May-Port-CG def. RV New Rockford-Sheyenne (2-0) 25-12, 25-16
#6 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich def. #2 Northern Cass (2-1) 25-16, 21-25, 15-13
#3 Dickinson Trinity def. Carrington (2-0) 25-13, 25-23
#7 Our Redeemer’s def. Beulah (2-1) 26-24, 23-25, 15-10
Loser Out
RV New Rockford-Sheyenne def. #2 Northern Cass (2-0) 25-20, 25-19
Beulah def. Carrington (2-1) 25-22, 14-25, 15-13
#6 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich def. #1 May-Port-CG (2-1) 16-25, 25-16, 15-12
#3 Dickinson Trinity def. #7 Our Redeemer’s (2-1) 12-25, 25-20, 15-4
5th Place
RV New Rockford-Sheyenne def. Beulah (2-0) 25-13, 25-23
3rd Place
#7 Our Redeemer’s def. #1 May-Port-CG (2-0) 25-16, 25-21
#6 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich def. #3 Dickinson Trinity (2-1) 27-25, 16-25, 15-12
Silver Bracket
First Round
Kenmare-Bowbells, bye
Bishop Ryan def. Ray (2-1) 25-13, 23-25, 15-9
#5 Linton-HMB, bye
RV LaMoure-Litchville-Marion def. Park River-Fordville-Lankin (2-1) 25-14, 24-26, 15-12
RV Central Cass, bye
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Center-Stanton (2-0) 25-18, 25-19
#10 Thompson, bye
Rugby def. Glen Ullin-Hebron (2-1) 25-22, 20-25, 15-12
Kenmare-Bowbells def. Bishop Ryan (2-1) 25-21, 22-25, 15-13
#5 Linton-HMB def. RV LaMoure-Litchville-Marion (2-0) 25-18, 25-21
Des Lacs-Burlington def. RV Central Cass (2-0) 25-21, 25-16
#10 Thompson def. Rugby (2-0) 25-12, 25-15
#5 Linton-HMB def. Kenmare-Bowbells
#10 Thompson def. Des Lacs-Burlington
3rd Place
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Kenmare-Bowbells
#10 Thompson def. #5 Linton-HMB
Washburn-Wilton Tournament
Gold Bracket
#4 South Prairie-Max def. Wilton-Wing (2-0)
Flasher def. Tioga (2-0)
3rd Place
Tioga def. Wilton-Wing
#4 South Prairie-Max def. Flasher
Silver Bracket
Berthold def. Washburn (2-0)
Grant County def. Harvey-Wells County (2-0)
3rd Place
Harvey-Wells County def. Washburn (2-0)
Grant County def. Berthold
Bronze Bracket
New Salem-Almont def. Drake-Anamoose (2-0)
#8 Central McLean def. Killdeer (2-0)
3rd Place
Killdeer def. Drake-Anamoose (2-0)
#8 Central McLean def. New Salem-Almont (2-0)
Consolation Bracket
Trenton def. Divide County (2-0)
Garrison def. North Shore-Plaza (2-0)
3rd Place
Divide County def. North Shore-Plaza (2-0)
Trenton def. Garrison (2-0)
MINOT, N.D. (MSU) – Minot State football team was well on its way to a potential surprise comeback victory and a key injury derailed the Beavers. Rumbling for 212 yards on the ground, including a 39-yard scamper by quarterback Dawson Macleary that put the Beavers in position to possibly tie the game in the third quarter, instead Macleary was injured on the play, stalling Minot State’s momentum in a 48-22 lost to Wayne State on Saturday afternoon in NSIC action at First Western Bank Field at Herb Parker Stadium.
Wayne State jumped out to a 7-0 lead, but Minot State responded to tie the game at 7-7 with 2:57 left in the first quarter as Macleary threw a 37-yard touchdown pass to Mintmier. Wayne State then scored to take a 27-7 lead before the Beavers put a touchdown on the board to narrow the gap and make it a 27-14 game. Macleary once again struck with a long TD pass on the play, a 54-yarder to Stokes. Minot State cut into Wayne State’s lead with a 31-yard field goal by Jeremy Caruso with 1:16 remaining in the second quarter to make it 27-17, and a Cayko safety with 2:50 gone in the second half got Minot State as close as 27-19 back. The Beavers then got that big Macleary 39-yard run on the ensuing drive, but tackled at the Wayne State 19, Macleary was injured and left the game, and the Minot State comeback threat stalled. Wayne State scored to increase its lead to 34-19 before the Beavers got on the scoreboard again to narrow the gap and make it a 34-22 game. Minot State didn’t score again in the game and Wayne State tacked on 14 more points to finish off the scoring .
The Wildcats improved to 4-1 on the year and 3-1 in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference play, while the Beavers fell to 0-5 overall and 0-5 in conference matchups.
MINOT, N.D. (MSU) – This time the Beavers didn’t need overtime or a shoot-out. Reid Arnold scored a pair of goals and Trenton Curtis added a goal and two assists as the Minot State men’s hockey team erupted early and routed rival Liberty 8-1 on Saturday night at the Maysa Arena, sweeping the four-game season series between the ACHA national semifinalists. Minot State (5-0-0 overall) beat Liberty 3-2 in a shoot-out Friday night at home, and also beat the Flames 4-2 and 5-3 last weekend in Virginia. Curtis, just a freshman, put Minot State in front with his second collegiate goal just 3 minutes, 56 seconds into the game Saturday night, then he assisted on Christian Kadolph’s first of the season just 3:05 later. Arnold pushed the lead to 3-0 with his first of the night with 2:19 left in the first, the first of two quick power-play goals for the Beavers who made it 4-0 when Jay Buchholz scored with the man advantage just 1:39 later, and the rout was underway. From there, Minot State added goals by Reece Henry, Arnold, and Payton Jerome in the second period, claiming a 7-0 lead. After Liberty broke up the shutout with a power-play goal of their own late in the second, Carter Barley added one more power-play goal for Minot State in the third to finish off the night. Jake Anthony finished with 23 saves in goal in the win for Minot State, which is back in action next Saturday playing at Mary.
FREMONT, Neb. (MSU) – The season-opening road trip to Nebraska proved to be a disappointing one for the Minot State women’s hockey team. After falling in a close battle Friday night at Midland, the Beavers dropped their second game of the season 4-0 on Saturday night. Host Midland scored a goal in each of the first two periods, then the Warriors iced the win with a pair of goals in the final 2 minutes, 54 seconds on Saturday to complete the sweep. Minot State (0-2-0 overall) was outshot 38-12 in Saturday’s loss. The Beavers return to the ice Oct. 13-14 at the Maysa Arena, making their home debut in a rematch of last March’s national championships game, hosting Liberty at 3:45 p.m.both nights.
MINOT, ND (MSU) -The Minot State volleyball team could not overcome a dynamic Mavericks offense Saturday at home losing to Minnesota State in straight sets (17-25, 23-25, 18-25). Savannah Wilson finished with eight kills on the day to lead the Beavers offense while finishing with a hitting percentage of .375. Defensively, the Beavers had two players reach double figures in digs as Tea Boeckel had 13 and Milena Cernjanski had 12.
SET 1 | The Beavers found themselves in an early hole, losing a tough first set 25-17. Minot State trailed by as many as eight points as Minnesota State grabbed the advantage for good at 14-13 in a set that was knotted up nine times before the Mavericks took over in the second half of the stanza.
SET 2 | A 25-23 second-set loss put Minot State in a 2-0 hole in the match. The Beavers dropped a back-and-forth set, losing in a stanza that featured nine lead changes and was tied 16 times. Neither team led by more than three points along the way.
SET 3 | Minot State couldn’t prolong the match and lost in set number three. The Beavers lost a tough set 25-18. Minot State trailed by as many as seven points as Minnesota State grabbed the advantage for good at 17-16 in a set that was knotted up eight times before the Mavericks took over in the second half of the stanza.
The loss dropped Minot State’s record to 2-12 overall and 1-5 in NSIC play.
BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) — Isaiah Davis rushed for 132 yards and three touchdowns, Mark Gronowski had a touchdown rushing and passing, and top-ranked South Dakota State beat 11th-ranked North Dakota 42-21 on Saturday in a Missouri Valley Conference opener for both teams. South Dakota State (4-0), the defending Football Championship Subdivision champion, extended its school-record winning streak to 18 games dating to early in the 2022 campaign. Gronowski scored on a 1-yard run on the first possession of the game and Davis gave SDSU a 14-0 lead on a 6-yard run in the first quarter. Davis made it 28-7 with the lone touchdown of the third quarter. Tucker Large retrieved a punt that went over his head and eventually went the other way for a gain of 51 yards before being stopped by punter Luke Silvernale. Davis capped the 31-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown for a 35-7 lead early in the fourth quarter. Gronowski was 13 of 22 for 167 yards without an interception for South Dakota State. Tommy Schuster threw for 118 yards and a score for North Dakota (2-2). The Fighting Hawks were held to just 100 yards in the first half and finished with 234. It marked the sixth game between the two programs in their respective Division I eras. SDSU has won five of the meetings, including a 49-35 come-from-behind road victory on Oct. 21, 2022.
FARGO, N.D. (NDSU) – South Dakota scored three first-half touchdowns and held on for a 24-19 victory over No. 2-ranked North Dakota State on Saturday, Sept. 30, before a homecoming crowd of 18,342 at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. Carter Bell scored on touchdown passes of 50 and 52 yards from Aidan Bouman and Keyondre Jones had an 8-yard TD run as the Coyotes jumped out to a 21-3 halftime lead. Bouman finished 10-for-12 passing for 168 yards for USD, which improved to 3-1 overall and 1-0 in the Missouri Valley Football Conference. NDSU dropped to 3-1 overall and 0-1 in the conference. The Bison opened the second half with a 12-play, 89-yard scoring drive capped by Cole Payton’s 7-yard run. That was one of four 12-play drives in the second half as NDSU and USD both had only three possessions after halftime. NDSU cut the deficit to 21-13 with 11:10 left in the game when Griffin Crosa converted a 26-yard field goal to cap a 16-play, 80-yard drive. Crosa connected from 37 yards in the first quarter.USD drained the clock with a 12-play, 54-yard drive ending with Will Leyland’s 37-yard field goal to make it a two-possession game with 2:49 left. The Bison went 75 yards in 12 plays to score with 36 seconds left on a 2-yard pass from Cam Miller to tight end Joe Stoffel. Miller’s PAT pass was unsuccessful to keep it a five-point game, and Kaedin Steindorf’s onside kick went out of bounds allowing the Coyotes to kneel out the clock. Miller finished 18 of 25 passing for 154 yards and led NDSU with 12 carries for 65 yards. He completed his first six attempts and set a new NDSU record with 23 consecutive completions, breaking the mark of 21 set by Brock Jensen in 2013 against Kansas State (14) and Ferris State (7). North Dakota State is on the road for the next two weeks. The Bison play Missouri State at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7, and the game will be televised exclusively on ESPN+ as the Missouri Valley Football Conference Game of the Week.
DENVER (AP) — Trevor Larnach hit his first career grand slam, one of Minnesota’s four home runs, and the playoff-bound Twins beat the Colorado Rockies 14-6 on Saturday night. Edouard Julien had three hits, including his 16th home run, and Max Kepler and Matt Wallner also went deep for AL Central Division champion Minnesota. Elehuris Montero, Sean Bouchard and Brenton Doyle homered for the Rockies (58-103), who will not win at least 60 games for the first time in the club’s 31-season history. The Twins sent Emilio Pagán to the mound first, less than 24 hours after he picked up the save in Friday night’s 7-6 win. He pitched one inning before Chris Paddack took over in his second appearance since having Tommy John surgery on May 18, 2022. Pagán is the first Twins pitcher in franchise history to start a game immediately following a save in the previous game. He drew on his experience in the minors for Saturday.

Leave a Reply