K-Heart Sports – 10/05/21

K-HEART SPORTS – TUESDAY – 100521 – 0700
FARGO, ND – The State Class A Girl’s Golf Tournament began yesterday in Fargo. Fargo Davies lead the team competition after day one. Three time defending champ Hannah Herbel of Bismarck Century leads the individual competition.
High School Girls Golf
State Tournament – Edgewood Golf Course in Fargo
Day One Results
1. Fargo Davies, 319
2. Bismarck Century, 323
3. Mandan, 328
4. Fargo Shanley, 335
5. Bismarck Legacy, 346
6. Grand Forks Red River, 349
7. Wahpeton, 350
8. Bismarck High, 355
9. West Fargo Sheyenne, 361
10. Dickinson, 365
11. Fargo North, 378
12. Williston, 383
Individual – Day On Results (Top 20)
1. Hannah Herbel – Bismarck Century, 72
T2. Anaka Lysne – Wahpeton, 76
T2. Anna Huettl – Mandan, 76
T4. Carrie Carmichael – Williston, 77
T4. Lexi Bartley – Fargo Davies, 77
6. Ava Olson – Fargo Davies, 78
T7. Jaya Grube – Grand Forks Red River, 79
T7. Leah Herbel – Bismarck Century, 79
T7. Rose Solberg – Fargo Davies, 79
T10. Ana Kalanek – Bismarck Legacy, 80
T10. Lola Homiston – Dickinson, 80
T10. Payton Stocker – West Fargo Sheyenne, 80
T13. Aysia Mettler – Mandan, 81
T13. Sydney Hanson – Grand Forks Central, 81
T15. Adie Wagner – Fargo South, 82
T15. Lindsey Astrup – Fargo Shanley, 82
T15. Ruby Heydt – Mandan, 82
18. Grace Stroh – Bismarck High, 83
T19. Jadyen Arel – Grand Forks Red River, 84
T19. Krista Kramer – Fargo Shanley, 84
T19. Navisha Soni – Bismarck Century, 84
T19. Sophie Keelin – Fargo Shanley, 84
MINOT, ND – Bismarck Century and Jamestown remain No. 1 in their respective football polls this week. The polls are voted on by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters & Sportswriters Association.
Class 11AA Football Poll
Team (1st Place Votes)          Record    Points    Last Week
1. Bismarck Century (11)         6-0          63         1
2. West Fargo Sheyenne (2)   6-0          54          2
3. West Fargo                          4-2          38         4
4. Fargo Davies                        4-2          21         5
5. Fargo Shanley                      3-3          19          3
Others receiving votes: none
Class 11A Football Poll
Team (1st Place Votes)       Record    Points    Last Week
1. Jamestown (12)                 5-1          64         1
2. Bismarck St. Mary’s (1)     5-1          53          2
3. Fargo North                        5-1          39          3
4. Devils Lake                        4-2           22         4
5. Dickinson                           2-4          10          5
Others receiving votes: Grand Forks Red River (3-3), Wahpeton (3-3), Fargo South (2-4)
MINOT, ND – A couple volleyball matches were played yesterday.
High School Girls Volleyball
Class B
Surrey def. T-G-U, (3-2)
Washburn def. Nedrose, (3-2)
New Town def. White Shield, 25-11, 25-11, 25-11
ST. LOUIS (NDSU) – North Dakota State kicker Jake Reinholz was named Missouri Valley Football Conference Special Teams Player of the Week by the league office. It is his second career player of the week honor. Reinholz, a senior from Fargo, N.D., scored the first nine points for No. 5-ranked North Dakota State in a 16-10 road win over 10th-ranked North Dakota as the Bison improved to 4-0 overall and 1-0 in the conference.
Reinholz made all three of his field goals – one each in the first, second and third quarters – including a career-long 45-yarder to open the scoring. He connected from 34 yards and 30 yards to put the Bison ahead, and converted an extra point on NDSU’s only touchdown in the fourth quarter. In 18 career games, Reinholz has converted 42 of 42 extra-point kicks and is 9 of 13 on field goals.
North Dakota State is scheduled to host Northern Iowa (3-1, 1-0 MVFC) in the annual homecoming game at 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 9, at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome.


TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) – Bubba Wallace has become just the second Black driver to win a NASCAR’s Cup Series race. He was declared the winner when rain stopped the playoff race at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. He is the first Black driver to win at NASCAR’s elite Cup level since Wendell Scott in 1963. Wallace drives for a team owned by Denny Hamlin and Michael Jordan.



INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) – Justin Herbert threw for three touchdowns, Austin Ekeler rushed for 117 yards and scored twice and the Los Angeles Chargers knocked the Las Vegas Raiders from the unbeaten ranks with a 28-14 victory. Los Angeles, 3-1 for the first time since 2014, is part of a three-way tie atop the AFC West with Las Vegas and Denver. The Raiders’ loss leaves the Arizona Cardinals as the NFL’s lone undefeated team after four weeks. Herbert, who completed 25 of 38 passes for 222 yards, accounted for all of his TDs in the first half as the Chargers built a 21-0 halftime lead. The Raiders scored on their first two possessions of the second half to draw within a touchdown, but Ekeler gave Los Angeles some breathing room with an 11-yard scoring run.



NEW YORK (AP) – Luis Rojas has been let go as manager of the New York Mets after two losing seasons. The team declined its option on Rojas’ contract for 2022, making the announcement one day after finishing third in the NL East at 77-85 in Steve Cohen’s first year of ownership. Monday’s move was no surprise, the first of several significant changes coming again this offseason for a club in constant turmoil. The Mets said Rojas has been offered the opportunity to remain in the organization in a role still to be determined. The club said decisions about the coaching staff will be made in the next several days.

In other MLB news:
– The Chicago White Sox think pitcher Carlos Rodon will be healthy enough to help them in the playoffs after the All-Star left-hander was limited down the regular-season stretch. General manager Rick Hahn says the team is optimistic he’ll be able to contribute through October. Hahn said Rodon will only pitch once during the division series against the AL West champion Houston Astros that begins Thursday. If the White Sox advance, they’ll evaluate his workload on a series-by-series basis.
– Major League Baseball drew 45.3 million fans this year as fans gradually were allowed to return, down from 68.5 million over 2019 in the last season before the coronavirus pandemic. The commissioner’s office says this year’s MLB season averaged 18,901 for 2,397 dates. The Los Angeles Dodgers led the major leagues in home attendance at 2.8 million. They did not start selling full capacity until games in mid-June. Atlanta was second at 2.3 million, followed by San Diego at 2.2 million, Texas and St. Louis at 2.1 million and Houston at 2.07 million.
– Mookie Betts and the reigning World Series champion Los Angeles Dodgers had four of the top 10 selling jerseys in Major League Baseball this season. Betts’ No. 50 uniform claimed the top spot for the second straight year after he was acquired prior to the 2020 season from the Boston Red Sox. He’s joined in the top 10 by teammates Clayton Kershaw at five, Cody Bellinger at six and World Series MVP Corey Seager at eight. Kershaw and Seager are set to become free agents.


TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) – Alabama coach Nick Saban says tailback Jase McClellan is out for the year with a knee injury. The top-ranked Crimson Tide’s top backup runner is set for surgery today. McClellan was injured in a win over No. 17 Mississippi, when Brian Robinson Jr. ran 36 times for 171 yards and four touchdowns. McClellan is second on the team in rushing with 40 carries for 191 yards and a touchdown. He also has 10 catches for 97 yards with another three scores.

Elsewhere in college football:
– Indiana quarterback Michael Penix Jr. will be out indefinitely after injuring his throwing shoulder in Saturday’s loss at Penn State. Coach Tom Allen says the redshirt junior does not need surgery to repair the separated AC joint in his left shoulder, at least not yet. He will be re-evaluated weekly. Jack Tuttle will replace Penix as the starter and could be the starter when the Hoosiers host No. 11 Michigan State on Oct. 16.
– Syracuse coach Dino Babers confirmed that wide receiver Taj Harris has left the program and will enter the transfer portal. Babers said he spoke with Harris before and after Saturday’s loss at Florida State and said Harris decided “the best opportunity” would be to transfer. Harris played in only three of the Orange’s five games this season and had 16 catches for 171 yards. Harris was a third-team All-ACC selection last season and led the team with 58 receptions for 733 yards and five touchdowns.
– The Southeastern Conference has fined Kentucky $250,000 for violating its access to competition area policy after fans rushed the field at the end of the Wildcats’ 20-13 victory over then-No. 10 Florida. The school was fined for a third policy offense. Its previous violation and fine occurred following a game against Mississippi State in 2018. A crowd of 61,632 watched unbeaten Kentucky earn its first home victory over Florida since 1986 and first over a Top-10 opponent since 2010.
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