K-Heart Sports – 10/22/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 10/22/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – The Class 11B football playoffs begin today, while the Class 9B playoffs continue with the second round.
High School Football
Class 11B
First Round
#1 Kindred vs Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich, 2 pm (in Kindred)
Bottineau vs Central Cass, 2 pm (in Rolette)
#4 Beulah vs Bishop Ryan, 2 pm (in Beulah)
Des Lacs-Burlington vs Shiloh Christian, 1:30 pm (in Des Lacs) – ON 1320 AM
#2 Velva-Garrison-Drake/Anamoose vs Bowman County, 3 pm (in Velva) – ON 106.9 FM
Dickinson Trinity vs Ray-Powers Lake, 2:30 pm (at Dickinson State)
#3 Hillsboro-Central Valley vs Lisbon, 1 pm (in Hillsboro)
Oakes vs Thompson, 2 pm (in Oakes)
Class 9B
Second Round
#1 LaMoure-Litchville-Marion vs Maple River, 1 pm (in LaMoure)
#8 St. John vs Surrey, 1:30 pm (in St. John)
#4 Cavalier vs North Star, 1 pm (in Cavalier)
#5 May-Port-CG vs Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 12 pm (at Mayville State)
#2 New Salem-Almont vs Hettinger County, 2 pm (in New Salem)
#7 Grant County-Flasher vs South Border, 1:30 pm (in Elgin)
#3 North Prairie vs North Border, 2 pm (in Rolla)
#6 Divide County vs Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn, 2 pm (in Crosby)
Independent 6-Man
Center-Stanton vs Trenton, 3 pm (in Center)
MINOT, ND – Friday’s scores:
High School Football
Class 11AA
Bismarck Legacy def. #4 Fargo Davies, 21-14
Class 11A
#4 Fargo South def. #2 Valley City, 7-3
Wahpeton def. Turtle Mountain, 68-20
Grand Forks Central def. Devils Lake, 49-28
High School Boys Cross Country
Class B
State Meet – Jamestown (Top 10)
1. Bowman County, 18 (3rd consecutive state title)
2. Kindred, 104
3. New Town, 107
4. Hillsboro-Central Valley, 141
5. Rugby, 237
6. Standing Rock, 286
7. Beulah, 287
8. Griggs-Midkota, 316
9. Killdeer, 372
10. Ellendale, 372
Individual winner: Austin Wanner of Bowman County, 16:04
High School Girls Cross Country
Class B
State Meet – Jamestown (Top 10)
1. Rugby, 84 (4th consecutive state title)
2. Bowman County, 113
3. Hillsboro-Central Valley, 145
4. Kindred, 202
5. Southern McLean, 238
6. Grafton, 246
7. Hatton-Northwood, 261
8. Stanley, 262
9. Shiloh Christian, 286
10. May-Port CG, 289
Individual winner: Brynn Hanson of Des Lacs-Burlington, 18:57 (2nd consecutive state title)
NAHL Hockey
Minot Minotauros def. Aberdeen Wings, 3-2 OT (Trevor Stachowiak w/game winning goal)
Austin Bruins def. Bismarck Bobcats, 5-3
BISMARCK, N.D. (MSU) – Another runner-up finish for Jacob Jensen and another runner-up finish for the Beavers. Jensen was second individually for the second straight meet for the Minot State men’s cross-country team, which also finished second as a team for the third time this fall on Friday at the Mystic-Marauder Invitational hosted at the McDowell Dam Recreation Area. The Beavers finished second behind co-host University of Mary in a closely contested race as the Marauders scored 37 points and the Beavers 44. As for Jensen, he finished the 8-kilometer course in 25 minutes, 13.9 seconds, and was only bested by Northern State’s Jackson Harrison, who won in 24:53.0. Trent Holiday and Charles Hardcastle added top 10-finished for Minot State, as well, as Holiday was sixth in 25:32.6 and Hardcastle was 10th in 26:11.8.
Meanwhile, on the women’s side, Paulette Dominguez led a group of just four MSU runners, finishing eighth in 19:02.7 on the ladies’ 5K course. Minot State did not have enough runners to earn a team score. The University of Mary won the women’s team title with 18 points led by individual race winner Alyssa Becker who finished the 5K course in 17:28.6.
Rounding out the men’s finishers for Minot State were Grayson Bonilla, who was 20th in 27:08.3, Camden Jasmin, who was 21st in 27:08.8, Juan Gutierrez, who was 23rd in 27:27.2, Yoni Neyshtadt, who was 28th in 27:58.9, Peyton Tuhy, who was 40th in 28:51.8, Casey McMahon, who was 46th in 29:42.3, Cael Lorenz, who was 50th in 30:59.0, and Dylan Weinand, who was 56th in 31:58.8.
On the women’s side, Emery Smith was 12th in 19:08.1, Nicole Reeves was 20th in 19:59.8, and Sidra Sadowsky was 21st in 20:00.2.
The meet was the final regular-season tune-up for the Minot State cross country teams who next head to the NSIC Championship on Saturday, Nov. 5, hosted by Wayne State.
MINOT, N.D. (MSU) – Minot State held Minnesota-Crookston scoreless and ran away with a 5-0 shutout win Friday on Senior Night at the Herb Parker Stadium. Minot State took a 1-0 lead when Rebecca Storr recorded her first goal of the season in the seventh minute. The Beavers extended their lead to 2-0 on a goal from Mila Robichon—her third goal of the season—in the 25th minute, assisted by Anabel Noches. Minot State expanded its lead to 3-0 on Chloe Allan’s 50th-minute goal, her fifth of the season. Emma Monsen assisted the goal. The Beavers went on top 4-0 with a 71st-minute goal from Jordan Tenpas, her first career goal. Minot State took a 5-0 advantage on Maddy St. Yves’ first goal of the season in the 75th minute. Maddie Kindred further increased her school record of shutouts to 22 in her career. With the victory, the Beavers have clinched a spot in the 2022 NSIC Women’s Soccer tournament. The victory improved the Beavers record to 8-2-6 overall and 8-1-3 in NSIC play.
MINNEAPOLIS (UND) – Top-ranked Minnesota erased a late deficit before striking just 21 seconds into overtime to rally past No. 7 North Dakota, 3-2, on Friday night from 3M Arena at Mariucci from Minneapolis, Minn. UND (2-2-1) carried a 2-1 lead late into the final period, but Mason Nevers came off the bench as an extra attacker and fired one past goaltender Drew DeRidder with just 1:24 to play to send the game into an extra session. In the overtime period, Matthew Knies was able to slip by a defenseman and tuck it through the legs of DeRidder to give the Golden Gophers (4-1-0) their second win over North Dakota in their last seven tries.
DeRidder was outstanding in net for the Fighting Hawks, stopping 35-of-38 shots tossed his way. The Fenton, Mich., native saw 15 shots in the second period and 14 in the final frame to tally his most saves in a North Dakota uniform. Jake Schmaltz finished with two points, scoring the game’s opening goal before adding an assist on Riese Gaber’s power play goal late in the second period for his eighth multi-point game of his career. Gaber wired home his fourth goal of the season, third on the power play, to extend his scoring streak to three straight games.
North Dakota and Minnesota will close out the series tonight from 3M Arena at Mariucci at 7 p.m.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Rudy Gobert grabbed the pass from Karl-Anthony Towns in the paint and soared to a wide-open basket for what would’ve given Minnesota the tying dunk with 34 seconds left in overtime. Mike Conley stopped his close friend and former teammate short of the rim, producing another promising sequence for the upstart Utah Jazz. Jordan Clarkson scored 29 points on 7-for-12 shooting from 3-point range to lead the rally, and the Jazz outlasted Gobert and the Timberwolves 132-126 on Friday night. Lauri Markkanen had 24 points and 13 rebounds and got a leaner in the lane to fall with 12 seconds left in the extra period to put the Jazz up by four. Conley gave the Jazz the lead for good with a 3-pointer with 1:01 left. Then he foiled Gobert’s dunk, and Gobert — who finished with nine points and 23 rebounds — missed both free throws to leave the Jazz lead at 128-126. Anthony Edwards scored 30 points for Minnesota, Karl-Anthony Towns had 27 points and D’Angelo Russell added 23 points including the tying jumper with 4.4 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Jaylen Nowell had 18 points for the Timberwolves, who led by as many as 17 points in the first half.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Kyle Schwarber homered and Jean Segura hit a two-run single to lead the Philadelphia Phillies to a 4-2 win over the San Diego Padres for a 2-1 lead in the National League Championship Series. Segura had made an error earlier in the game that cost the Phillies a run and also got picked off first base. Phillies first baseman Rhys Hoskins committed a two-base error that led to an unearned run for the Padres. But starter Ranger Suarez survived shoddy fielding to pitch five sharp inning and pick up the win.

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