K-Heart Sports – 10/31/21

K-HEART SPORTS – SUNDAY – 103121 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – Bishop Ryan won a thriller over Velva-Garrison in the quarterfinals of the Class 11B football playoffs that we broadcast on K-Heart.
 
High School Football
 
Class 11B – Quarterfinal
(R2#1) Hillsboro-Central Valley 28, (R1#2) Central Cass 6
(R3#1) Bishop Ryan 26, (R3#3) Velva-Garrison 20 3OT
(R1#1) Kindred 21, (R2#2) Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 18
(R4#1) Bowman County 28, (R3#2) Des Lacs-Burlington 16
 
Saturday’s schedule
 
Semifinal
(R2#1) Hillsboro-Central Valley hosts (R3#1) Bishop Ryan, 4 PM (HEARD ON 106.9 FM)
(R1#1) Kindred hosts (R4#1) Bowman County, 2 PM
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High School Football
 
Class 9B – Quarterfinal
(R1#1) LaMoure-Litchville-Marion 42, (R6#3) Grant County-Flasher 22
(R4#1) Bottineau 20, (R3#1) Nelson County 6
(R5#1) New Salem-Almont 52, (R8#1) Divide County 24
(R2#1) Cavalier 14, (R6#1) Surrey 8
 
Saturday’s schedule
 
Semifinal
(R1#1) LaMoure-Litchville-Marion hosts (R4#1) Bottineau, 2 PM
(R5#1) New Salem-Almont hosts (R2#1) Cavalier, 1 PM
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MINOT, ND – Other scores from the area:
 
High School Girls Swimming & Diving
 
Jamestown Marney Shirley Invite
1. Jamestown, 801
2. Williston, 739
3. West Fargo Horace, 507
 
High School Girls Volleyball
 
Class A
Jamestown def. Watford City, (3-0)
 
College Football
Minnesota-Duluth 34, Minot State 21
 
College Womens Hockey
Minot State 3, Concordia College 2   (MSU coach Ryan Miner career victory number 100)
 
College Womens Volleyball
Northern State def. Minot State, 25-10, 25-16, 25-8
 
NAHL Hockey
Minot Minotauros 5, St. Cloud Norsemen 4
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NDSU FOOTBALL
 
FARGO, N.D. (NDSU) – The North Dakota State football team improved to 8-0 on the season with a 44-2 victory over Indiana State in the annual Trees Bowl game Saturday at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. Kobe Johnson rushed for a career-high 155 yards including a 97-yard touchdown run in the second quarter, which was the longest run from scrimmage in NDSU history. Six different players found the end zone as the Bison rolled up 477 yards of total offense. Safety Michael Tutsie had a team-high eight tackles and linebacker Jackson Hankey made a goal-line stop on fourth down as the Bison held their opponent out of the end zone for the third time this year. Cornerback Marques Sigle recorded his first career interception. The victory kept second-ranked North Dakota State atop the Missouri Valley Football Conference with a 5-0 record heading into next week’s Dakota Marker game at South Dakota State. The Jackrabbits (6-2, 3-2 MVFC) beat Youngstown State 47-16.
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UND FOOTBALL
 
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (UND) – No. 17 Missouri State (5-3, 4-2 MVFC) was on the ropes late but cashed in on turnovers to hold off an upset bid from North Dakota, 32-28, on Saturday afternoon. UND (3-5, 1-4 MVFC) averaged 6.2 yards per rush and 13.2 yards per pass compared to MSU averaging 4.8 yards per carry and 12.0 yards per play through the air, but a pair of fumbles late allowed MSU to survive in the final minutes. North Dakota held the ball for 32:48, while Missouri State had possession for 27:12. In total, MSU finished the day with 27 yards more of total offense (468-441) and held the advantage in turnovers (3-1).
 
Otis Weah led the Fighting Hawks offensively with 156 yards on 21 carries and three touchdowns. Isaiah Smith also spent time in the backfield, racking up 61 yards on 11 rushes. Tommy Schuster finished with 164 yards through the air on 13 completions. Quincy Vaughn threw one pass for a 21-yard touchdown, good for the first UND score of the game. Weah was the primary target with four receptions for 25 yards. Adam Zavalney racked up the most receiving yards with 54 yards while hauling in two receptions, including the 21-yard touchdown grab.
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UND HOCKEY
 
NASHVILLE (UND) – The Music City was playing the blues on Saturday night at Bridgestone Arena for most of the 14,659 fans, as No. 6 North Dakota dropped a 6-4 decision to Penn State in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game from Nashville. Penn State (6-1-0) built a two-goal lead in the first period and never looked back, holding the advantage for the remainder of the game to capture the first win in the series between the two programs.
 
Former Minnesota defenseman Clayton Phillips, who played in the 2018 version of the contest between the Gophers and UND from Las Vegas, scored a pair of goals while Connor MacEachern also tallied a pair to help pace the Nittany Lions. PSU, who came in averaging over 40 shots on goal per game, was limited to just 23 total attempts on target, including 10 over the final 40 minutes.
 
UND (4-3-0) saw a three-point night from Riese Gaber and a pair of two-point outings from Jake Schmaltz and Ethan Frisch, chipping a two-goal deficit down to one on four-different occasions, but could not find the equalizer. Zach Driscoll turned aside 17 shots while Oskar Autio stopped 28 of the 32 thrown his way to earn the game’s third star. Connor Ford helped pace a UND squad that dominated in the face-off dot, winning 25 of his 37 attempts to help the Fighting Hawks claim 43 of the 72 draws.
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TIMBERWOLVES-NUGGETS
 
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Nikola Jokic had 26 points and 19 rebounds and the Denver Nuggets completed a late rally to win their 12th in a row against Minnesota, beating the Timberwolves 93-91. Monte Morris hit a layup to break an 89-all tie with 2:04 to play, and Jokic added a pair of free throws to give the Nuggets a four-point lead. Anthony Edwards hit layup with 31 seconds to play, and the Wolves got a final chance after Karl-Anthony Towns forced a turnover by Jokic. But Will Barton came up with a crucial block on Malik Beasley and Edwards missed a final attempt under the rim as the seconds ticked off.
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VIKINGS-COWBOYS
 

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Dallas coach Mike McCarthy is making a familiar visit to Minnesota. His Cowboys are in first place with the NFL’s highest-scoring offense. They play the Vikings on Sunday in a prime-time game with a raucous crowd eager for a victory by the home team against a longtime nemesis. That was a familiar scenario for McCarthy over 13 years with the Green Bay Packers. He’s in his second season with the Cowboys. They’re off to a 5-1 start. The Vikings are 3-3. Both teams had a bye last week. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott’s status is uncertain with a calf strain.

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WORLD SERIES

ATLANTA (AP) – The Atlanta Braves are within one victory of their first World Series crown since 1995. The Braves took a three-games-to-one lead by erasing a 2-0 deficit in a 3-2 win over the Astros. Houston led 2-1 in the seventh until Dansby Swanson and pinch-hitter Jorge Soler belted solo homers off Cristian Javier. The blasts came an inning after Austin Riley hit an RBI single to put the Braves on the board. Riley’s hit came shortly after Eddie Rosario doubled to become the first Atlanta player to get past first base. Jose Altuve’s solo homer put the Astros ahead by two in the fourth inning. Former No. 1 draft pick Kyle Wright turned in 4 2/3 innings of relief after surprise starter Dylan Lee retired only one hitter. The Braves can clinch the title at home on Sunday.
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T25 FOOTBALL-SCHEDULE

UNDATED (AP) – Michigan State and Michigan put together one of the most entertaining games in their century-old rivalry. The eighth-ranked Spartans trailed 30-14 before scoring 23 of the final 26 points in a 37-33 comeback over the No. 6 Wolverines. Kenneth Walker’s fifth touchdown of the afternoon was a 23-yard run that gave the Spartans a 37-33 lead with 5:08 remaining. Walker had three touchdowns over the final 22 minutes and finished with 197 yards rushing. Michigan State cornerback Charles Brantley sealed the victory by picking off a floating pass from Cade McNamara. McNamara threw for 383 yards and two touchdowns, but his interception was costly, as was freshman quarterback J.J. McCarthy’s lost fumble in the fourth quarter. Michigan State is unbeaten at 8-0. Michigan is 7-1.

 
In Saturday’s other Top-25 action:
 
– Top-ranked Georgia scored three touchdowns off turnovers in a 12-play sequence that turned “The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party” into a lopsided 34-7 victory against Florida. Zamir White ran for 105 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries as the 8-0 Bulldogs extended their winning streak to 12 games since last season. The Gators were in danger of their first shutout loss in 418 games since
1988 until Emory Jones ran for a touchdown with 2:49 to play.
 
– Desmond Ridder twice connected with tight end Josh Whyle for touchdowns as second-ranked Cincinnati knocked off Tulane, 31-12. Jerome Ford rushed for 65 yards and scored his 14th touchdown of the season to help the Bearcats move to 8-0. Running back Tyjae Spears rushed for 106 yards on 19 carries, highlighted by his 47-yard touchdown in the first half.
 
– Caleb Williams threw for 402 yards and six touchdowns for No. 4 Oklahoma in a 52-21 pounding of Texas Tech. Marvin Mims caught four passes for 135 yards and two touchdowns, and Mario Williams had five receptions for 100 yards and a score. The 9-0 Sooners extended the nation’s longest current winning streak to 17 games.
 
– TreVeyon Henderson ran for 152 yards and a touchdown to help No. 5 Ohio State take down No. 20 Penn State, 33-24. Jerron Cage scooped up a fumble and sprinted untouched 57 yards for a touchdown to make it 17-7 before the Nittany Lions eventually tied the game. Penn State’s Sean Clifford was 35 for 52 for 361 yards and a touchdown after a tentative performance in last week’s nine-overtime loss to Illinois.
 
– No. 7 Oregon amassed a season-high 568 total yards in a 52-29 rout of Colorado. Anthony Brown Jr. led the assault by throwing for 307 yards and three scores. Travis Dye ran for two TDs and caught another as the 7-1 Ducks ran their home winning streak to 17 games.
 
– Graham Mertz scored on two quarterback sneaks and threw a touchdown pass to help Wisconsin trounce No. 9 Iowa, 27-7. The 5-3 Badgers forced three turnovers, produced six sacks and limited the Hawkeyes to 24 yards rushing on 30 carries. Iowa has been outscored 51-14 in its last two games after being ranked second in the nation just a couple of weeks ago.
 
– Bo Nix passed for 276 yards and a touchdown and ran for two more scores in 18th-rated Auburn’s 31-20 triumph over No. 10 Mississippi. Tank Bigsby ran for 140 yards and a touchdown for the Tigers. Matt Corral failed to throw a scoring pass for the first time in 20 games, finishing 21 of 37 for 289-yards.
 
– Kyren Williams ran for a career-high 199 yards on 22 carries to help 11th-ranked Notre Dame hold off North Carolina, 44-34. Williams raced 91 yards for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter to help the Irish survive a productive night by Sam Howell, who finished 24-of-31 passing for 341 yards, one TD and one interception.
 
– Dillon Johnson ran for two touchdowns and Mississippi State scored 14 points off of four Kentucky turnovers to defeat the No. 12 Wildcats, 31-17. Will Rogers set an SEC record by completing 92% of his passes, going 36 of 39 for 344 yards and a TD.
 
– Sam Hartman continued his recent tear by accounting for five touchdowns to help No. 13 Wake Forest beat Duke 45-7 on Saturday, giving the 8-0 Demon Deacons their best start in program history. Hartman threw for 402 yards and three touchdowns, including a 38-yarder to Jaquarii Roberson on the first possession.
 
– Spencer Sanders accounted for 210 yards of offense and three scores as 15th-ranked Oklahoma State crushed Kansas, 55-3. Sanders threw for 157 yards and two touchdowns, while also rushing for 53 yards and a score, all by halftime.
 
– Baylor tight end Ben Sims had a 1-yard TD run in the fourth quarter before Abram Smith spun away for a 32-yard scamper to the end zone in a 31-24 win against 16th-ranked Texas. The Bears became the third team in a row to overcome a double-digit deficit to beat Texas.
 
– Miami freshman Tyler Van Dyke outdueled Heisman Trophy candidate Kenny Pickett, throwing for 428 yards and three touchdowns as the Hurricanes beat Pickett and No. 17 Pittsburgh, 38-34. Van Dyke completed 31 of 41 passes for the three scores and an interception as the Hurricanes defeated a ranked opponent for a second straight week.
 
– Marcus Jones returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown with 17 seconds remaining to give Houston a 44-37 victory over No. 19 SMU. Clayton Tune threw for a career-high 412 yards and four touchdowns for the Cougars, with Nathaniel Dell grabbing nine passes for 165 yards and three scores.
 
– Jordan Mims rushed for a career-high 186 yards and two scores as Fresno State handed No. 21 San Diego State its only loss of the season, 30-20.
 
– Jarret Doege threw three touchdown passes and Leddie Brown ran for two scores in West Virginia’s 38-31 upset of No. 22 Iowa State.
 
– Tyler Allgeier rushed for a career-high 266 yards and five touchdowns, leading No. 25 BYU to a 66-49 victory over Virginia.
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NBA-SCHEDULE

UNDATED (AP) – The Philadelphia 76ers have knocked off the team that eliminated them in the NBA’s Eastern Conference semifinals last season. Tobias Harris had 22 points and 11 rebounds as the Sixers blasted the Hawks, 122-94. Joel Embiid added 19 points for the 76ers, who carried a 60-36 advantage in the paint while outscoring Atlanta by a 34-14 margin on fast-break points.

 
Checking out Saturday’s NBA action:
 
– Dejounte Murray had 23 points and nine assists as the Spurs defeated the Bucks, 102-93, to end a four-game losing streak. Derrick White added 17 points and Bryn Forbes scored 16 against his former team to help the Spurs take down the defending champions on the road.
 
– The Jazz suffered their first loss of the season as DeMar DeRozan scored a season-high 32 points and Zach LaVine added 26 in the Bulls’ 107-99 downing of Utah. Nikola Vucevic finished with 16 points despite 4 of 19 shooting and 12 rebounds.
 
– Denver beat Minnesota for the 12th straight time behind Nikola Jokic, who furnished 26 points and 19 rebounds in the Nuggets’ 93-91 victory. Monte Morris made a layup to break an 89-all tie with 2:04 to play.
 
– Stephen Curry furnished 20 points in 27 minutes of the Warriors’ 103-82 thumping of the Thunder. Draymond Green added 14 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists to the victory.
 
– Devin Booker scored 27 points and the Suns went on a ridiculous 50-12 spurt before settling for a 101-92 win over the Cavaliers. Deandre Ayton added 17 points and 12 rebounds for Phoenix, which trailed by 14 before its extended run.
 
– Jimmy Butler droped 27 points, Tyler Herro added 22 and the Heat beat the Grizzlies by a 129-103 margin. Duncan Robinson and Kyle Lowry scored 15 points each for Miami, which hit 21 3-pointers.
 
– R.J. Barrett made six 3-pointers and poured in a career-high 35 points to lead the Knicks’ 123-117 victory at New Orleans. Evan Fournier hit five from deep and scored 19, and Kemba Walker made four 3s and also scored 19 for New York.
 
– Washington is 5-1 after Bradley Beal scored 36 points and a pair of Wizards had double-doubles in a 115-112 victory over the Celtics in double-overtime. Kyle Kuzma added 17 points and a career-high 17 rebounds, while Montrezl Harrell added 20 points and 14 rebounds before fouling out in the second OT.
 
– Scottie Barnes scored 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to help the Raptors beat the Pacers, 97-94. Fred VanFleet finished with 16 points in Toronto’s third straight win, which includes two victories over Indiana.
 
– First overall pick Cade Cunningham had two points and seven rebounds in his NBA debut, helping the Pistons earn a 110-103 win against the Magic. Jeremi Grant scored 22 points and Kelly Olynyk had 18 points for Detroit.
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NHL-SCHEDULE

UNDATED (AP) – The Florida Panthers have fallen two shy of tying the NHL record for longest winning streak to start a season. The Panthers had won eight straight before Charlie Coyle provided the only shootout goal in the Bruins’ 3-2 decision over Florida. Coyle also scored a third-period goal that forced overtime. Linus Ullmark stopped 33 shots for Boston.

 
Elsewhere on NHL ice:
 
– Jesper Bratt scored on a third-period penalty shot to spoil Sidney Crosby’s season debut and help the Devils double up the Penguins, 4-2. Andreas Johnsson scored twice for New Jersey, including an empty-net goal with 1:43 left.
 
– The Avalanche earned a 4-1 win over the Wild behind Gabriel Landeskog’s two goals and two assists. Erik Johnson provided the game-winner and Darcy Kuemper handled 29 shots for Colorado.
 
– Shootout goals by Filip Forsberg and Roman Josi sent the Predators to a 3-2 win over the Islanders. Tanner Jeannot had a pair of game-tying tallies, answering goals by Anthony Beauvillier and Oliver Wahlstrom.
 
– Torey Krug scored and Jordan Binnington made 25 saves in the Blues’ 1-0 victory over the winless Blackhawks. Chicago dropped to 0-7-2 to set a franchise record for the worst start to a season.
 
– John Tavares had a goal and two assists to send the Maple Leafs past the Red Wings, 5-4. Jake Muzzin and Alexander Kerfoot each had a goal and an assist in support of Petr Mrazek, who turned back 26 shots in his first win for Toronto.
 
– The Kings halted a six-game skid as Alex Iafallo had two goal and an assist in a 5-2 downing of the Canadiens. Arthur Kaliyev and Rasmus Kupari each scored on the power play to help Los Angeles win for the first time since its season opener.
 
– The Sharks pulled out a 2-1 win over the Jets on Timo Meier’s power-play goal in overtime. James Reimer had 34 saves as the Sharks snapped Winnipeg’s four-game winning streak.
 
– The Flames own a six-game winning streak after Jacob Markstrom made 20 saves in their 4-0 shutout of the Flyers. Sean Monahan had a goal and an assist for Calgary, which hasn’t lost since an 0-1-1 start.
 
– Warren Foegele and Leon Draisaitl scored power-play goals to push the Oilers past the Canucks, 2-1. Mikko Koskinen stopped 29 shots and was seven seconds from a shutout until Brock Boeser beat him.
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NBA-NEWS

UNDATED (AP) – Nets forward Kevin Durant has received a $25,000 fine from the NBA for forcefully throwing the ball into the stands. Durant was fouled with 4:40 left in the third quarter of Brooklyn’s 105-98 home victory over the Indiana Pacers on Friday. He then grabbed the ball and threw it hard well past the basket into the crowd. Durant was called for a technical foul, but crew chief Sean Wright said after the game that he should have been thrown out.

 
Also around the NBA:
 
– The Bucks will visit the White House on Nov. 8 to celebrate their NBA championship, the first title for the franchise in 50 years. The Bucks won the title by beating the Phoenix Suns in six games in the NBA Finals. They will play the Wizards in Washington on Nov. 7 and take part in the White House ceremony the following day
 
 
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