K-Heart Sports – 11/02/21

K-HEART SPORTS – TUESDAY – 110221 – 0700
MINOT, ND – For the third consecutive year and 7th time in 8 years, Our Redeemer’s won the District 12 Volleyball Tournament.
High School Girls Volleyball
Class B
District 12 Tournament – Minot Auditorium
Region Qualifier
(2) Bishop Ryan def. (5) South Prairie-Max, 25-16, 25-16, 21-25, 25-13
(6) Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood def. (4) Lewis & Clark, 25-18, 25-19, 25-8
(1) Our Redeemer’s def. (3) Des Lacs-Burlington, 25-16, 19-25, 25-19. 25-20
All-District 12 Team
Bishop Ryan – Berkley Lundeen, Magee Rovig, Sydney Upton
Des Lacs-Burlington – Kaelyn Bachmeier, Krysta Berard, Emily Degree
Glenburn – Lorelei McIver
Lewis & Clark – Natalie Helfrich, Emily Wilson
Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood – Kylie Abernathy
Our Redeemer’s – Cheyenne Lang, Eden Olson, Sydney Popinga
South Prairie-Max – Azjiah Trader
District 12 Senior Athlete of the Year
Eden Olson of Our Redeemer’s
District 12 Coach of the Year
Kara Nunziato of Our Redeemer’s
District 11 Tournament – Bottineau High School
Region Qualifier
(3) Nedrose def. (5) Bottineau, 25-11, 25-11, 25-23
(1) Velva def. (7) Newburg-Westhope, 25-11, 25-15, 25-22
(4) Rugby def. (2) Drake-Anamoose, 25-22, 25-20, 25-21
All-District 11 Team
Bottineau – Kylie Simpson, Morgan Schweitzer
Drake-Anamoose – Riley Hauff, Taryn Sieg, Jazzlyn Hase
Nedrose – Madison Hayse, Kaylie Gruber, Sophia Svystunova
Newburg-Westhope – Ellie Braaten
Rugby – Mykell Heidlebaugh, Brooke Anderson, Anna Johnson
TGU – Ana Mohagen
Velva – Jadyn Sandy, Whitney Schepp
District 11 Senior Athlete of the Year
Riley Hauff of Drake-Anamoose
District 11 Coach of the Year
Annie Arnold of Drake-Anamoose
District 15 Tournament – Parshall High School
Region Qualifier
(3) New Town def. (5) Parshall, 25-20, 20-25, 25-20, 25-22
(4) Alexander def. (6) Mandaree, 25-14, 29-27, 25-15
(1) Trenton def. (2) Williston Trinity Christian, 25-18, 25-16, 25-7
District 16 Tournament – Ray High School
Region Qualifier
(4) Stanley def. (6) Powers Lake, (3-2)
(3) Ray def. (5) Tioga, (3-0)
(1) Kenmare def. (2) Divide County, (3-2)
MINOT, ND – Other scores from Monday
High School Girls Volleyball
Class B
Garrison def. Flasher, (3-0)
Central McLean def. Washburn, 25-11, 25-18, 30-28
St. John def Four Winds-Minnewauken, (3-0)
Rolla def. Rolette, 25-21, 25-18, 25-15
College Mens Basketball – Exibition
North Dakota State 85, Minot State 54
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Cole Anthony scored a season-high 31 points and Wendell Carter Jr. chipped in 15 points and 14 rebounds as the Orlando Magic came from behind to beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 115-97 on Monday night. Franz Wagner had 28 points for Orlando, which snapped a four-game losing streak, while Minnesota native Jalen Suggs scored 15 points. Karl-Anthony Towns had 23 points and 16 rebounds for Minnesota, which played the second half without starting point guard D’Angelo Russell because of a right ankle sprain. Russell finished with three points and three assists in 17 minutes.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – The Minnesota Vikings emerged from their bye in a favorable position, but the offense squandered the prime time opportunity in a 20-16 loss to Dallas. The Vikings dropped to 3-4 on Sunday as they converted only one of 13 third downs against the Cowboys. That 7.7% success rate ranks as the worst by any NFL team in a game this year, according to Sportradar data. On the other side, the Vikings have had a productive pass rush that’s now in danger with the season-ending injury to star defensive end Danielle Hunter.


KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Desperate for a win, the Kansas City Chiefs got one against the short-handed New York Giants. Harrison Butker hit a pair of fourth-quarter field goals, including the go-ahead 34-yarder with 1:07 left to give the Chiefs a 20-17 comeback victory against the Giants. Patrick Mahomes threw for 275 yards with a touchdown and an interception for the 4-4 Chiefs, who had to overcome two more turnovers along with 12 penalties for more than 100 yards. Tyreek Hill led the Chiefs with 12 catches for 94 yards and a score. The 2-6 Giants have lost three games with late field goals this season. Daniel Jones had 222 yards passing with two touchdowns and a pick for New York, but he also was sacked three times. The Giants were without running back Saquon Barkley and wide receiver Kenny Golladay, both out with injuries.



UNDATED (AP) – The Philadelphia 76ers played Monday without Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris before losing fellow starter Danny Green to a tight hamstring. The Sixers won anyway as Seth Curry stepped up in Embiid’s absence by scoring 23 points in a 113-103 verdict over the Trail Blazers. Georges Niang added 21 points for the 76ers, who went 3-0 over the last four days. Niang’s three-point play broke an 86-all tie early in the fourth and started a 14-4 run. Embiid was given the night off and Harris was a late scratch due to health and safety protocols. Norman Powell led the Trail Blazers with 22 points.

Checking out Monday’s other NBA action:
– OG Anunoby scored a career-high 36 points and the Raptors won their fourth straight by beating the Knicks 113-104. Gary Trent Jr. added 26 points for the Raptors, who surged into the lead by outscoring the Knicks 38-22 in the third quarter. The game was played on the 75th anniversary of the first NBA, which the Knicks won in Toronto.
– The Hawks ended a two-game losing streak by hitting all 29 of their free throws in a 118-111 victory against the Wizards. Trae Young was 11-for-11 from the line while scoring 23 points. Clint Capela had 16 points and 12 rebounds as Atlanta avenged last week’s loss to Washington.
– DeMar DeRozan poured in 37 points and the Bulls rallied from a 19-point, second-half deficit to beat the Celtics 128-114. Zach LaVine scored 26 points and helped Chicago outscore Boston, 39-11 in the fourth quarter. Nikola Vucevic had 11 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists for the 6-1 Bulls.
– Ja Morant’s 26 points, eight assists and seven rebounds carried the Frizzlies to a 106-97 win over the Nuggets. Tyus Jones chipped in 17 points as Memphis beat Denver for the first time in their last four meetings. Nikola Jokic led the Nuggets with 23 points, seven rebounds and seven assists.
– The Clippers closed on a 16-3 spurt to turn a nine-point deficit into a 99-94 win over the Thunder. Paul George scored 32 points and Reggie Jackson added 15 to help Los Angeles win for just the second time in six games. Luke Kennard, who scored all 14 of his points in the second half, had five points during the decisive spurt.
– Cole Anthony scored a season-high 31 points and Wendell Carter Jr. chipped in a double-double with 15 points and 14 rebounds as the Magic came from behind to beat the Timberwolves, 115-97. Rookie Franz Wagner had 28 points for Orlando, which snapped a four-game losing streak. Karl-Anthony Towns had 23 points and 16 rebounds for Minnesota, which led by 11 late in the third quarter.
– Domantas Sabonis had 24 points and 13 rebounds in the Pacers’ 131-118 win against the Spurs. Myles Turner added 19 points to help Indiana end a four-game skid and win for just the second time in eight games this season. Dejounte Murray finished with 16 points and Derrick White had 13 to lead San Antonio.
– The Cavaliers pulled out a 113-110 win over the Hornets as Jarrett Allen contributed 24 points and 16 rebounds. Lauri Markkanen scored 21 points and Evan Mobley added 15 with 10 rebounds for Cleveland, which went 3-2 on its road trip. LaMelo Ball finished with 30 points and Terry Rozier added 23 for Charlotte.


TAMPA, Fla. (AP) – The Tampa Bay Lightning have handed the Washington Capitals their first regulation loss of the season. The Caps were 5-0-3 until Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 31 shots in the Lightning’s 3-2 victory against Washington. Anthony Cirelli had a goal and two assists for the Bolts, who also stopped Alex Ovechkin’s eight-game point streak. Tampa Bay also got goals from Alex Killorn and Brayden Point.

Elsewhere on NHL ice:
– The Blackhawks finally have their first victory in 10 games this season after Patrick Kane recorded a hat trick and collected four points in a 5-1 thumping of the Senators. Kane was in the lineup on Monday after being removed from the league’s COVID-19 protocol earlier in the day. Brandon Hagel scored twice and Jonathan Toews (tahvz) had three assists for the Hawks, who opened the season 0-7-2 before leaving Arizona as the league’s only winless team.
– The Oilers are 7-1 after Leon Draisaitl delivered two goals and two assists in a 5-2 win versus the Kraken. Duncan Keith, Kyle Turris and Kailer Yamamoto also scored to support Mikko Koskinen’s 27-save performance. Jaden Schwartz and Carson Soucy tallied for the Kraken, who are 2-6-1 after their second loss in a row.


UNDATED (AP) – News from the NFL on Monday includes two major injuries and a trade involving an eight-time Pro Bowl linebacker. Saints quarterback Jameis Winston is done for the season after suffering a major left knee injury during the second quarter of Sunday’s win over the Buccaneers. An MRI shows a torn ACL and damage to the MCL in Winston’s left knee. New Orleans coach Sean Payton says he’s content to stick with the three remaining healthy QBs on his roster.

Derrick Henry’s situation is only a little better. The NFL rushing leader will undergo surgery on his right foot on Tuesday, a damaging blow to the Titans’ offense. Tennessee coach Mike Vrabel says the team isn’t putting a timetable on Henry’s return. The Titans placed Henry on injured reserve Monday afternoon.
The big deal of the day has Von Miller going from the Broncos to the Rams. Two people familiar with the deal say Denver will get second- and third-round picks in the 2022 draft for the perennial Pro Bowler. The Broncos also are picking up $9 million of the $9.7 million left on his contract.
Also around the NFL:
– Packers coach Matt LaFleur has declined to say if 2020 All-Pro left tackle David Bakhtiari will make his 2021 debut on Sunday at Kansas City. LaFleur says he’s made up his mind but wants to stay mum to force the Chiefs to prepare for either scenario. Bakhtiari hasn’t played since tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on Dec. 31.
– Ravens starting linebacker Malik Harrison is recovering after being struck in the leg by a stray bullet while police said he was outside a Cleveland nightclub. The Ravens released a statement saying Harrison suffered a non-life-threatening injury when he was shot in the left calf while attending a gathering Sunday night.


UNDATED (AP) – Cavaliers forward Kevin Love has been placed in the NBA’s health and safety protocols. The Cavaliers provided a brief statement on Love as they got ready to play the finale of a five-game road trip, saying only that “further updates will be provided at the appropriate time.” The 33-year-old Love is averaging 9.9 points and 7.3 rebounds for Cleveland this season in a reserve role.



NEW YORK (AP) – Acting general manager Zack Scott will not return to the New York Mets. That’s according to a person familiar with the firing. Scott was placed on administrative leave following an arrest on drunken driving charges in August. The dismissal is hardly a surprise after New York fell apart in the second half and missed the playoffs for a fifth straight season. President Sandy Alderson assumed GM duties with Scott on paid leave and already oversaw the firing of manager Luis Rojas.



UNDATED (AP) – Commissioner Gary Bettman has defended the NHL’s decisions and discipline meted out following an investigation into the Chicago Blackhawks’ handling of sexual assault allegations in 2010. Bettman called the organization’s $2 million fine significant. He stood by decisions to let Joel Quenneville coach one more game for Florida and not discipline Winnipeg general manager Kevin Cheveldayoff based on his limited role in Chicago’s front office at the time. Quenneville was head coach of the Blackhawks in 2010. He resigned as Florida’s coach after meeting with Bettman last week.

Also around the NHL:
– Penguins defensemen Marcus Pettersson and Chad Ruhwedel have entered the COVID-19 protocol after testing positive for the coronavirus. Coach Mike Sullivan confirmed the positive tests, saying Pettersson is symptomatic while Ruhwedel is so far asymptomatic. Pettersson and Ruhwedel are the fifth and sixth members of the Penguins to enter the protocol so far this season.
– The Sharks removed one of their seven players from the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol but added another as they returned to practice on Monday. Forward Andrew Cogliano was taken off the list after missing Saturday’s game against Winnipeg. Forward Kevin LaBanc went on it.
– The league has suspended Canadiens forward Cedric Paquette for two games without pay for boarding Ducks forward Trevor Zegras during Anaheim’s 4-2 win on Sunday. Paquette was given a major penalty and game misconduct for boarding.


CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (AP) – The NCAA has suspended Illinois center Kofi Cockburn for the first three games of the season. The punishment comes after he sold apparel and memorabilia before new regulations that allow athletes to participate in money-making ventures went into effect. The Associated Press preseason All-American is set to play his first game Nov. 22 against Cincinnati in Kansas City, Missouri, according to the school’s announcement Monday.

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