K-Heart Sports – 10/02/21

K-HEART SPORTS – SATURDAY – 100221 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – Paxton Ystaas threw for three touchdowns and caught another as Des Lacs-Burlington defeated Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn 46-8 last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. Ystaas was 9 of 9 passing for 128 yards and the three scores. Caleb Rist led the rushing attack carrying the ball 23 times for 193 yards and two touchdowns. Rylan Olson also had a 65 yard punt return for a touchdown. The only score for the Sioux came in the third quarter on an 18 yard pass play from Walker Braaten to Will Artz. DLB improves to 6-1 overall, 5-1 in the Northwest Region of Class 11B. Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn drops to 1-6 overall, 1-5 in the Northwest Region.
 
Other scores from Friday:
 
High School Football
 
Class 11AA
#1 Bismarck Century 49, #3 Fargo Shanley 7 (Century winning streak – 28)
#2 West Fargo Sheyenne 37, Minot 0
#4 West Fargo 41, Bismarck Legacy 25
#5 Fargo Davies 27, Mandan 21 OT
Bismarck High 35, Dickinson (#5 11A) 6
Bismarck St. Mary’s (#2 11A) 41, Williston 13
 
Class 11A
#1 Jamestown 32, Valley City 13
#2 Bismarck St. Mary’s 41, Williston (11AA) 13
#3 Fargo North 34, #4 Devils Lake 14
Bismarck High (11 AA) 35, #5 Dickinson 6
Fargo South 7, Wahpeton 0
Grand Forks Red River 24, Watford City 13
Grand Forks Central 48, Turtle Mountain 6
 
Class 11B
#1 Beulah 39, Shiloh Christian 22
#3 Hillsboro-Central Valley 28, #2 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 13 (LA-E-M winning streak ends at 44)
#4 Kindred 41, Sargent County 6
#5 Velva-Garrison 38, South Prairie-Max 6
Nedrose 19, Rugby 14
New Town forfeits to Bishop Ryan
Harvey-Wells County 45, Grafton 14
Hazen 40, Dickinson Trinity 13
Killdeer 30, Southern McLean 28
Bowman County 49, Heart River 0
Carrington 44, Northern Cass 12
Thompson 32, Park River-Fordville-Lankin 0
Central Cass 44, Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm 22
Fargo Oak Grove 23, Linton-HMB-Strasburg-Zeeland 20
Oakes 14, Lisbon 8
 
Class 9B
#1 LaMoure-Litchville-Marion 50, Hankinson 0 (in 7 wins outscored opponent 429-12)
#2 New Salem-Almont 52, Kidder County 6
#3 Cavalier 42, #4 MayPort-CG 20
#5 Divide County 50, Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 8
Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central 32, Tioga 18
Ray-Powers Lake 64, Alexander 25
Bottineau 62, Dunseith 15
St. John 54, North Prairie 42
New Rockford-Sheyenne 53, T-G-U 14
Four Winds 60, North Star 46
Nelson County 57, Benson County 8
South Border 40, Central McLean 8
Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 26, Beach 6
Grant County-Flasher 56, Richardton-Taylor-Hebron 36
Hettinger-Scranton 30, Mott-Regent-New England 22
Hatton-Northwood 28, Larimore 24
Finley-Sharon-Hope-Page 46, Griggs-Midkota 0
Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 48, Richland 0
Maple Valley-Enderlin 42, Tri-State 0
 
High School Girls Swimming & Diving
 
West Fargo Pentahalon
1. West Fargo Sheyenne, 337
2. Williston, 184
3. Mandan, 143
4. Bismarck Legacy, 107
5. Wahpeton, 59
6. Bismarck High, 34
 
College Mens Hockey
Minot State 4, University of Jamestown 0
 
College Womens Hockey
Minot State 2, Midland University 1
 
College Womens Soccer
Minot State 1, Winona State 0
 
College Womens Volleyball
Augustana def. Minot State, 25-18, 25-10, 25-12
 
NAHL Hockey
Bismarck Bobcats 7, Minot Minotauros 3
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LAKER INVITE
 
MINOT, ND – The Laker Invite began on Friday with pool play, which will finish this morning. The tournament brackets will play out this afternoon.
 
High School Girls Volleyball
Class B
 

Laker Invite – Des Lacs & Burlington
Pool Play

Pool A
#T9 Our Redeemer’s def. Rugby, 25-9, 25-15
#3 Linton-HMB def. #7 Dickinson Trinity, 25-17, 25-16
#T9 Our Redeemer’s def. Park River-Fordville-Lankin, 25-9, 25-14
Rugby TIES #7 Dickinson Trinity, 25-23, 23-25
#3 Linton-HMB def. Park River-Fordville-Lankin, 25-9, 25-9

 
Pool B
RV Bishop Ryan def. Glen Ullin-Hebron, 25-12, 25-14
RV Carrington def. Hazen, 25-13, 25-9
#4 Thompson def. RV Bishop Ryan, 25-11, 25-17
Glen Ullin-Hebron TIES RV Carrington, 23-25, 25-23
#4 Thompson def. Hazen, 25-12, 25-12
 
Pool C
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Center-Stanton, 25-17, 25-19
#6 Kenmare def. Medina-Pingree-Buchanon, 25-21, 25-19
#5 Central Cass TIES Des Lacs-Burlington, 17-25, 25-14
Medina-Pingree-Buchanon def. Center-Stanton, 25-19, 25-15
#5 Central Cass def. #6 Kenmare, 25-22, 25-22
 
Pool D
#1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich def. #T9 Beulah, 25-18, 27-25
RV LaMoure-Litchville-Marion def. Ray, 25-20, 25-15
#1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich def. Fargo Oak Grove, 25-11, 25-12
#T9 Beulah TIES RV LaMoure-Litchville-Marion, 22-25, 25-17
Fargo Oak Grove def. Ray, 25-21, 25-14
 
TODAY’S SCHEDULE
 

Pool Play – in Burlington

Pool A
#T9 Our Redeemer’s vs #7 Dickinson Trinity, 9 am
Rugby vs Park River-Fordville-Lankin, 10 am
#T9 Our Redeemer’s vs #3 Linton-HMB, 10:45 am
#7 Dickinson Trinity vs Park River-Fordville-Lankin, 11:30 pm
Rugby vs #3 Linton-HMB, 12:15 pm

 
Pool B
RV Bishop Ryan vs RV Carrington, 9 am
Glen Ullin-Hebron vs #4 Thompson, 10 am
RV Bishop Ryan vs Hazen, 10:45 am
RV Carrington vs #4 Thompson, 11:30 am
Glen Ullin-Hebron vs Hazen, 12:15 pm
 
Pool Play – in Des Lacs
 
Pool C
Des Lacs-Burlington vs Medina-Pingree-Buchanon, 9 am
Center-Stanton vs #5 Central Cass, 10 am
Des Lacs-Burlington vs #6 Kenmare, 10:45 am
Medina-Pingree-Buchanon vs #5 Central Cass, 11:30 am
Center-Stanton vs #6 Kenmare, 12:15 pm
 
Pool D
#1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich vs RV LaMoure-Litchville-Marion, 9 am
RV Beulah vs Fargo Oak Grove, 10 am
#1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich vs Ray, 10:45 am
RV LaMoure-Litchville-Marion vs Fargo Oak Grove, 11:30 am
RV Beulah vs Ray, 12:15 pm
 
Championship Tournament – in Des Lacs
 
First Round
Match 1: Pool C #1 vs Pool D #2
Match 2: Pool D #1 vs Pool C #2
Match 3: Pool A #1 vs Pool B #2
Match 4: Pool B #1 vs Pool A #2
 
Consolation
Match 5: Match 1 loser vs Match 3 loser
Match 6: Match 2 loser vs Match 4 loser
 
Semifinal
Match 7: Match 1 winner vs Match 3 winner
Match 8: Match 2 winner vs Match 4 winner
 
5th Place
Match 5 winner vs Match 6 winner
 
3rd Place
Match 7 loser vs Match 8 loser
 
Championship
Match 7 winner vs Match 8 winner
 
Consolation Tournament – in Burlington
 
First Round
Pool C #3, bye
Match 1: Pool A #4 vs Pool B #5
Pool D #3, bye
Match 2: Pool B #4 vs Pool A #5
Pool A #3, bye
Match 3: Pool C #4 vs Pool D #5
Pool B #3, bye
Match 4: Pool D #4, vs Pool C #5
 
Second Round
Match 5: Pool C #3 vs Match 1 winner
Match 6: Pool D #3 vs Match 2 winner
Match 7: Pool A #3 vs Match 3 winner
Match 8: Pool B #3 vs Match 4 winner
 
Semifinal
Match 9: Match 5 winner vs Match 6 winner
Match 10: Match 7 winner vs Match 8 winner
 
3rd Place
Match 9 loser vs Match 10 loser
 
Championship
Match 9 winner vs Match 10 winner
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WDA TENNIS
 
MINOT, ND – The West Region Boys Tennis Tournament finishes today at Hammond Park here in Minot. In singles play, Hunter Rice of Minot will battle Jared Pitcher of Bismarck Century in the semifinals at 11 am. The other semi has Tyler Wahl of Bismarck High against Mason Haugenoe of Williston. In the doubles tournament Minot has two duos in the semi’s. Zach and Aiden Diehl battle Karter Hatzenbuhler & Brady Helbling of Mandan at 11 am. In the other semi Colby Opp & Grayson Schaeffer of Minot take on Anthony Janes & Jay Moylan of Bismarck Legacy. The top eight singles place winners and doubles teams qualifying for the state tournament.
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WDA SOCCER
 
MANDAN, ND – The WDA Boys Soccer Tournament is today in Mandan. Four teams move on to the state tournament.
 
High School Boys Soccer
WDA Tournament – Mandan
 
State Qualifiers
(4) Bismarck Legacy vs (5) Jamestown, 12 PM
(3) Bismarck Century vs (6) Dickinson, 2 PM
 
Championship
(1) Minot vs (2) Bismarck High, 4 PM
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MINOT STATE FOOTBALL
 
MINOT, ND – The Minot State football team (0-4) finds themselves back on the road this week for the third time this season as they opens NSIC North Division play at Bemidji State (2-2) in the “Battle of the Beavers”. Kickoff is 2 PM.
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UND-NDSU FOOTBALL
 
GRAND FORKS, ND – Fifth-ranked North Dakota State (3-0) visits 10th-ranked North Dakota (2-1) in the Missouri Valley Football Conference opener for both teams at 2 PM today at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks. Both teams are coming off bye weeks. This is the 114th meeting between North Dakota State and North Dakota dating back to 1894. It is the 10th most played rivalry among current Football Championship Subdivision members.
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TWINS-ROYALS
 
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Salvador Perez went hitless on a night when every other Royals starter had at least one hit, and Kansas City Royals beat the Minnesota Twins 11-6. With the loss, the Twins were assured of finishing in last place in the AL Central after winning the division the last two years. Perez, who leads the majors with 48 home runs and 121 RBIs, went 0 for 4 and was hit by a pitch. All the other Kansas City starters either scored or drove in a run. Hunter Dozier, who homered, and Whit Merrifield each had three hits. Jonathan Heasley picked up his first major league win. He allowed four runs and six hits in 5 1/3 innings.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL-SCHEDULE

UNDATED (AP) – Fifth-ranked Iowa did nothing Friday to cause AP poll voters to drop them in the rankings. Spencer Petras threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more as the Hawkeyes blasted Maryland, 51-14 at College Park. The 5-0 Hawkeyes intercepted Taulia Tagovailoa five times and outscored the Terrapins 31-0 in the second quarter to turn the game into a laugher. Tagovailoa had thrown only one interception all season while leading the Big Ten in passing yards. The Terps finished with seven turnovers overall, four in the second quarter. Maryland was trying for its first 5-0 start in 20 years.

 
In Friday’s other Top-25 game:
 
– Tyler Allgeier ran for a career-high 208 yards and three touchdowns in leading No. 13 BYU to a 34-20 victory against Utah State. Baylor Romney threw for 187 yards and a touchdown on 15-of-19 passing in the first half, but was injured just before halftime and sat out the second half.
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MLB-SCHEDULE

UNDATED (AP) – The American League wild-card race continues to change form. The latest standings have the New York Yankees leading the first wild card by one game over Boston, with the Blue Jays and Mariners one game behind the Red Sox for the second wild-card.

 
Rookie Wander Franco hit a two-run single in the ninth inning to give the Rays a 4-1 lead in a 4-3 victory over the Yankees. Nelson Cruz Jr. hit his 32st home run and Kevin Kiermaier hit a go-ahead single in the second inning to put Tampa Bay ahead to stay. Joey Gallo and Brett Gardner slapped RBI singles in the ninth before Andrew Kittredge struck out Gary Sanchez and Rougned Odor to complete Tampa Bay’s AL-leading 99th win.
 
Hunter Renfroe and Bobby Dalbec hit back-to-back home runs in a four-run sixth that pushed the Red Sox past Washington, 4-2. Renfroe’s three-run homer opened the scoring. Eduardo Rodriguez went 5-plus scoreless innings, allowing five fits as Boston won for just the second time in seven games.
 
The Blue Jays knocked off the Orioles, 6-4 as Danny Jansen smacked a two-run homer and collected three RBIs. Steven Matz pitched seven solid innings and improved to 5-0 with a 2.90 ERA in nine starts since Aug. 10. Kelvin Gutierrez spoiled Matz’s shutout bid with a leadoff homer in the eighth.
 
In Seattle, Jose Suarez threw five strong innings and Brandon Marsh delivered a two-run double for the Angels in a 2-1 victory over the Mariners. Kyle Seager led off the Seattle ninth with a double, but Raisel Iglesius recovered to get Luis Torrens, Abraham Toro and Jarred Kelenic for his 34th save. The M’s lost for just the second time in a dozen games despite Kelenic’s RBI double.
 
Checking out the rest of Friday’s Major League schedule:
 
– The Giants blanked the Padres, 3-0 to maintain their two-game lead over the Dodgers atop the NL West. Darin Ruf hit a first-inning home run and Mike Yastrzemski added an RBI single to send San Francisco to its franchise record-tying 106th victory. Anthony DeSclafani struck out three and didn’t walk a batter, allowing four hits over five scoreless innings of his 13th win.
 
– The Dodgers kept pace with the Giants as Trea Turner hit a grand slam and solo home run in their 8-6 decision over the Brewers. Turner’s fourth career grand slam off Eric Lauer tied it at 5 in the fifth. Pinch-hitter Matt Beaty launched a tiebreaking homer in the seventh inning to send Los Angeles to its 13th straight home win.
 
– Matt Olson and Chad Pinder each homered in the Athletics’ 8-6 win over Houston, cutting the Astros’ lead over the White Sox to one game for home-field advantage in the division series. Sean Manaea permitted two runs on seven hits through in 5 2/3 innings as the A’s ended a three-game losing streak.
 
– The Cardinals won for the 19th time in 20 games by knocking off the Cubs, 4-3 on Paul Goldschmidt’s walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth. Tyler O’Neill homered twice and threw out the potential go-ahead run in the ninth inning for St. Louis.
 
– The Mets ended the Braves’ six-game winning streak as Brandon Nimmo homered twice to lead New York’s 4-3 victory over the NL East champs. Tylor Megill allowed one hit in five scoreless innings as the Mets won for the fourth time in five games.
 
– Lance Lynn picked up his first win since July 25 by tossing one-run ball over five innings of the White Sox’s 8-1 trouncing of the Tigers. Jose Abreu homered and drove in four runs for the AL Central champs.
 
– Bryce Harper had three hits, including a homer and double in the Phillies’ 5-0 shutout of the Marlins. Ranger Suarez pitched seven scoreless innings, extending his string without allowing a run to 21 and lowering his ERA to 1.35.
 
– Cole Tucker made a spectacular diving catch, then hit his first career grand slam to cap an eight-run eighth inning that sent the Pirates over the Reds, 9-2. Tucker also led off the first inning with a triple and made a spectacular catch in short right field.
 
– Austin Hedges and Bobby Bradley homered before Jose Ramirez finished with three RBIs in the Indians’ 9-4 drubbing of the Rangers. Eli Morgan allowed four runs and seven hits over 5 2/3 innings to win his third straight start.
 
– Hunter Dozier and Whit Merrifield each had three hits, with Dozier homering in the Royals’ 11-6 decision over the Twins. Salvador Perez was the lone Kansas City starter without a hit, leaving him with major league highs of 48 home runs and 121 RBIs.
 
– The Rockies rallied from a seven-run deficit to beat the Diamondbacks, 9-7. Trevor Story hit a go-ahead single in the ninth after pinch-hitter Dom Nunez tied it with a solo homer.
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MLB-NEWS

UNDATED (AP) – Adam Wainwright isn’t ready to retire. Not after winning 17 games this season at age 40. The Cardinals have announced that Wainwright has agreed to a contract for next season. The three-time All-Star will spend his 18th year with the Cardinals in 2022, tying Hall of Famer Jesse Haines for the most years as a pitcher with the team. Wainwright is 17-7 with a 3.05 ERA this year and will ride a six-decision winning streak into the NL wild-card game next week.

 
Also in the Majors:
 
– Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw exited Friday’s start with left forearm discomfort in the second inning against the Brewers. Kershaw gave up three runs and two hits on 42 pitches over 1 2/3 innings in his final regular-season start. He didn’t pitch from July 4 to Sept. 12 while on the injured list with left forearm inflammation.
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NFL-NEWS

UNDATED (AP) – Will it be Andy Dalton or rookie Justin Fields under center when the Chicago Bears take on Detroit on Sunday? Dalton and Fields are dealing with injuries, but Fields has been able to go through full practices the entire week while Dalton has been limited every day. Dalton is suffering from a bone bruise to his left knee, which caused him to miss last weekend’s loss to Cleveland. Fields was roughed up by the Browns in his first NFL start, sacked nine times while throwing for just one net passing yard.

 
In other NFL news:
 
– Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was back at practice Friday after missing the previous two days with a back issue. Jackson was listed as a full participant in practice by the Ravens. Though Jackson is questionable for Sunday’s game at Denver, offensive coordinator Greg Roman said Thursday he didn’t think the injury was serious.
 
– The Seahawks expect wide receiver Tyler Lockett to play Sunday against San Francisco despite a hip injury that slowed him in practice this week. The 49ers could be down two more starting cornerbacks for the game but are holding out hope star tight end George Kittle can play. Coach Kyle Shanahan said Friday that slot cornerback K’Waun Williams will miss the game against the Seahawks with a calf injury and outside cornerback Josh Norman is doubtful with a chest injury.
 
– Wide receivers Julio Jones and A.J. Brown are among six Titans who won’t play Sunday against the Jets. The Titans declared both of the Pro Bowl receivers out along with outside linebacker Bud Dupree, who didn’t play despite being dressed last week against Indianapolis. Also out are three-time Pro Bowl punter Brett Kern and rookie cornerback Caleb Farley.
 
– Falcons receiver Russell Gage will miss his second straight game with an ankle injury. Atlanta has also ruled out defensive lineman Marlon Davidson for Sunday’s game against Washington because of an ailing ankle.
 
– Washington has activated wide receiver Curtis Samuel after he missed the first three games of the season with a lingering groin injury. Coach Ron Rivera expects Samuel to play Sunday at the Falcons.
 
– The Bills will be without safety Jordan Poyer and left guard Jon Feliciano for their game against the Texans on Sunday. Poyer is sidelined by a left ankle injury, and Feliciano is out due to a concussion.
 
– Jets coach Robert Saleh says receiver Denzel Mims will be active for the Sunday’s game against Tennessee. The second-round pick from last year was a healthy scratch the past two weeks. Veteran wide receiver Jamison Crowder is also expected to make his season debut after missing the first game with COVID-19 and the last two with a groin injury.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL-WISCONSIN-ALVAREZ

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Wisconsin is naming the playing field at Camp Randall Stadium after former Badgers football coach and athletic director Barry Alvarez. Chancellor Rebecca Blank said the playing field will be known as “Barry Alvarez Field at Camp Randall Stadium.” He coached Wisconsin from 1990-2005 and set a program record for career coaching victories, winning three Rose Bowl titles. The program that had gone 9-36 in the four years before his arrival. Alvarez was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2010.

 
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