K-Heart Sports – 10/23/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 10/23/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – All four seeded team won in the opening round of the Class 11B football playoffs.
High School Football
Class 11B
First Round
#1 Kindred def. Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich, 27-6
Central Cass def. Bottineau, 28-16
#4 Beulah def. Bishop Ryan, 42-15
Shiloh Christian def. Des Lacs-Burlington, 35-14
#2 Velva-Garrison-Drake/Anamoose def. Bowman County, 38-13
Dickinson Trinity def. Ray-Powers Lake, 49-0
#3 Hillsboro-Central Valley def. Lisbon, 14-8
Oakes def. Thompson, 34-15
Schedule next Saturday
Quarterfinal – (10/29)
#1 Kindred vs Central Cass, 1 pm (in Kindred)
#4 Beulah vs Shiloh Christian, 2 pm (in Beulah)
#2 Velva-Garrison-Drake/Anamoose vs Dickinson Trinity (in Velva) ON 106.9 FM
#3 Hillsboro-Central Valley vs Oakes, 2 pm (in Hillsboro)
High School Football
Class 9B
Second Round
#1 LaMoure-Litchville-Marion def. Maple River, 44-0
Surrey def. #8 St. John, 30-6
#4 Cavalier def. North Star, 60-0
#5 May-Port-CG def. Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 50-22
#2 New Salem-Almont def. Hettinger County, 42-6
#7 Grant County-Flasher def. South Border, 44-18
#3 North Prairie def. North Border, 44-12
Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn def. #6 Divide County, 70-66
Schedule next Saturday
#1 LaMoure-Litchville-Marion vs Surrey, 2 pm (in LaMoure)
#4 Cavalier vs #5 May-Port-CG, 2 pm (in Cavalier)
#2 New Salem-Almont vs #7 Grant County-Flasher, 2 pm (in New Salem)
#3 North Prairie vs Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn, 2 pm (in Rolette)
Independent 6-Man
#1 Center-Stanton def. #2 Trenton, 75-24
MINOT, ND – Pairings are set for the Class 11AA and 11A football playoffs which begin this coming weekend.
High School Football
Class 11AA
Quarterfinal – (10/28)
#1 West Fargo Sheyenne vs #8 Bismarck Century, 6:30 pm
#4 Bismarck Legacy vs #5 Fargo Davies,
#2 Mandan vs #7 West Fargo
#3 Fargo Shanley vs #6 Minot High, 6:30 pm
High School Football
Class 11A
Quarterfinal – (10/28)
#1 Fargo South vs #8 Dickinson,
#4 Valley City vs #5 Fargo North
#2 Jamestown vs #7 Grand Forks Central
#3 Grand Forks Red River vs #6 Wahpeton
MINOT, ND – Saturday’s scores:
High School Boys Cross Country
Class A
State Meet – Jamestown
1. Williston, 46 (2nd consecutive title)
2. Bismarck High, 64
3. Bismarck Legacy, 111
4. Bismarck Century, 149
5. Grand Forks Red River, 150
6. Fargo North, 159
7. Fargo Davies, 185
8. Dickinson, 248
9. Devils Lake, 253
10. West Fargo Sheyenne, 287
11. West Fargo, 299
12. Grand Forks Central, 316
13. Minot High, 332
14. Jamestown, 344
15. Mandan, 420
16. Watford City, 437
17. Fargp Shanley, 515
18. Fargo South, 575
19. Valley City, 575
Individual winner: Brady Korsmo of Bismarck High, 15:28
High School Girls Cross Country
Class A
State Meet – Jamestown
1. Williston, 91 (3rd consecutive title)
2. Grand Forks Red River, 100
3. Bismarck High, 115
4. Bismarck Legacy, 124
5. Minot High, 165
6. Bismarck Century, 182
7. Fargo Davies, 199
8. Fargo Shanley, 244
9. West Fargo, 244
10. Watford City, 252
11. Mandan, 279
12. Dickinson, 286
13. West Fargo Sheyenne, 303
14. Valley City, 329
15. Jamestown, 407
16. Devils Lake, 442
17. Fargo North, 451
18. Fargo South, 533
19. Grand Forks Central, 537
Individual winner: Jaelyn Ogle of Watford City, 18:15
College Mens Basketball
Exhibition – Doug Jaeger Memorial Game
Minot State 83, Dickinson State 52
College Football
Upper Iowa def. Minot State, 33-20
College Womens Hockey
McKendree University def. Minot State, 3-2
College Womens Volleyball
Northern State def. Minot State, (3-0) 25-16, 25-12, 25-14
NAHL Hockey
Aberdeen Wings def. Minot Minotauros, 4-2
Austin Bruins def. Bismarck Bobcats, 3-2 SO
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — Mark Gronowski threw three touchdown passes and he ran for two scores, and South Dakota State dominated the second half in beating North Dakota 49-35 for its seventh straight victory. South Dakota State trailed 21-7 late in the second quarter and 21-14 at halftime. Gronowski led three third-quarter touchdown drives, connecting with Jaxon Janke from 10-yards out and Zach Heins from the 2. He also had a 1-yard scramble. Gronowski’s 10-yard scoring run in the fourth made it 35 unanswered points for a 42-21 lead. He finished 15 of 20 for 197 yards and he carried it six times for 20 yards. South Dakota State intercepted Tommy Schuster two times. Schuster was 27 of 39 for 291 yards and a touchdown for North Dakota.
MINNEAPOLIS – Just a night removed from what many called an instant classic, the sequel proved to be even better for the crowd at 3M Arena at Mariucci as Mark Senden struck 2:21 into overtime to help No. 7 North Dakota upset the top-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers on Saturday night. The goal was Senden’s second of the night, capping off a night that saw both teams rally from a two-goal deficit. The captain now has four goals in seven career games against Minnesota (4-2-0), with all four coming in the last two wins for NoDak (3-2-1).
Trailing 2-0 midway through the middle frame, Jackson Blake started a scoring barrage for the visitors with his fourth of the season to pull the Fighting Hawks within a goal. Less than a minute later, Riese Gaber scored the second power play goal of the night for the green and white to quickly pull the Hawks level at 2-2. The scoring continued when Senden potted his first of the night 18 seconds after the Gaber goal when he drove to the net and bunted a shot out of the air and past Owen Bartoszkiewicz to quickly put North Dakota in front, 3-2. UND made it four goals in under four minutes with its third power play goal of the period, with Jackson Kunz deflecting a Cooper Moore shot off his body and in, chasing Bartoszkiewicz from the game and increasing the lead to 4-2. Minnesota pulled within 4-3 late in the second before tying the game at 4-4 less than seven minutes into the final frame, but Drew DeRidder kept the game level with nine of his 37 saves in the period to send the game to overtime for the second straight night. In the extra session, Gaber blew past the defender and threw the puck towards the crease where Senden was able to out-work all three Gophers and tally the overtime winner.
North Dakota will head to Las Vegas for the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game against Arizona State next Saturday at 9:07 p.m. (CT) from
T-Mobile Arena.
BOSTON (AP) — Taylor Hall scored a power-play goal 4:49 into overtime, and the Boston Bruins beat the Minnesota Wild 4-3 on Saturday. Hall, who also had two assists, took a crossing pass from David Pastrnak and one-timed a shot past Marc-Andre Fleury, who had stopped eight shots in OT with the Wild playing most of the extra period short-handed. Pastrnak scored his fourth goal of the season and Nick Foligno and Hampus Lindholm also scored for the Bruins, who improved to 5-1-0 under new coach Jim Montgomery and remained unbeaten at home. Fleury stopped 39 shots for the Wild, keeping Minnesota close through a lopsided second period and giving the Wild a chance in the third, when Jared Spurgeon tied it at 3 with 4:31 left on a shot from the slot through traffic.
The Wild opened the overtime down a man for 1:22, and then went down a man again after David Krejci drew a tripping call on Kirill Kaprizov. Krejci also had an assist on Hall’s game-winner, and captain Patrice Bergeron made a nice play to keep the puck inside the blue line as the Wild desperately tried to force a shootout. Brandon Duhaime and Matt Boldy scored for the Wild, and Mats Zuccarello had two assists. The Wild were playing their first road game of the season. They dropped to 1-3-1.
Linus Ullmark made 24 saves for Boston, which opened a 3-1 lead on Lindholm’s goal 6:41 into the second. Boldy appeared to have his second goal with 14:15 left in the third, but it was disallowed after a video review showed him kicking it in with his right skate. Minnesota had a 5-on-3 advantage for 57 seconds midway through the third but could not get a shot on goal. Connor Clifton ended up with a short-handed breakaway for Boston after clearing the penalty box but Fleury stopped him. Pastrnak put Boston up 2-1 after Fleury couldn’t control the rebound on a shot by Hall.
Duhaime gave Minnesota an early lead on a short-handed breakaway, outracing two Bruins to the puck following a turnover and beating Ullmark 1:55 into the game. Boston dominated the first half of the second period, outshooting Minnesota 11-2 and taking a 3-1 lead on a wrist shot by Lindholm from the slot. Boston had a chance to increase its advantage after Boldy shot the puck into the seats for a delay of game penalty 9:37 into the period. But the Wild shut down the Bruins’ power play and seemed to gain a little momentum, closing to 3-2 when Boldy redirected a pass from Zuccarello into the net with 4:02 left in the second.
Former Bruins captain Zdeno Chara returned for the ceremonial puck drop, which followed a brief video presentation of the defenseman’s career in Boston. Bruins fans cheered throughout, and then roared when the final video clip showed the 6-foot-9 Chara hoisting the Stanley Cup after Boston beat Vancouver in the 2011 final.
Boston D Matt Grzelcyk got his 100th career point with an assist on Lindholm’s goal. … After opening the season with four straight home games, the Wild kicked off a five-game trip. … Fleury, who re-signed with the Wild in the offseason, entered with a 5.96 goals-against average. The Wild placed F Jordan Greenway (upper body) on injured reserve two days after he was hurt early in an overtime win against the Vancouver Canucks.
Wild: Visit Montreal on Tuesday night.
Bruins: Host the Dallas Stars on Tuesday night.
NEW YORK (AP) — Cristian Javier and Houston’s bullpen combined on a three-hitter, Chas McCormick followed a dropped flyball with an early two-run homer and the Astros beat Gerrit Cole and the New York Yankees 5-0 to take a 3-0 AL Championship Series lead. Some Yankees fans, already angry after two losses in Houston, booed star slugger Aaron Judge after a pair of strikeouts and jeered manager Aaron Boone during pregame introductions. The 106-win Astros, trying for their second straight AL pennant, improved to 6-0 this postseason. Houston will aim to close out the series on Sunday when Lance McCullers Jr. starts against Nestor Cortes.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Phillies hit four home runs to beat the San Diego Padres 10-6 and take a 3-1 lead in the National League Championship Series. Rhys Hoskins homered twice and Kyle Schwarber and J.T. Realmuto also connected. The Phillies trailed 4-0 in the first inning before the rallied for the win. The Phillies send ace Zack Wheeler to the mound Sunday in Game 5 at home to try and clinch their first NL pennant since 2009. Manny Machado and Juan Soto homered for the Padres.

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