K-Heart Sports – 11/17/22

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MINOT, ND – The State Volleyball Tournaments begin today at the Bismarck Event Center. We’ll bring you live play-by-play of the Our Redeemer’s matches today, Friday, and Saturday on 106.9 K-Heart and online at khrt.com. Linton-HMB has won the past two Class B titles, while Bismarck Century is the two-time defending champ in Class A.
High School Girls Volleyball
Class B
State Tournament – Bismarck Event Center Exhibition Hall
First Round
#2 Linton-HMB vs New Rockford Sheyenne, 1 pm
#3 Thompson vs Garrison, 3 pm
#1 Northern Cass vs Our Redeemer’s, 5 pm (ON 106.9 FM)
#4 Kenmare-Bowbells vs #5 Dickinson Trinity, 7 pm
High School Girls Volleyball
Class A
State Tournament – Bismarck Event Center Main Arena
First Round
(W1) Bismarck Century vs (E4) Fargo North, 1 pm
(E2) West Fargo vs (W3) Bismarck Legacy, 3 pm
(E1) West Fargo Sheyenne vs (W4) Bismarck St. Mary’s, 5 pm
(W2) Jamestown vs (E3) Fargo South, 7 pm
BISMARCK – The North Dakota High School Coaches Association (NDHSCA) announced its North Dakota Division 11B All-State Football Team. The All-State team is voted on exclusively by members of the North Dakota High School Coaches Association (NDHSCA).

2022 Class 11B All-State Football Team:


Joey Desir, Sr., QB, Shiloh Christian         
Ben Schepp, Soph., QB, Velva/Drake-Anamoose/Garrison    
Jace Kovash, Jr., QB, Dickinson Trinity                   
Trey Heinrich, Sr., RB, Kindred                                
Owen Wiersma, Sr., RB, Central Cass                
Mason Mellmer, Sr., RB, Beulah
Marcus Kingzett Sr., WR, Langdon Area/Edmore/Munich
Carson Haerer, Jr., WR, Bottineau
Jack Packer, Sr., OL, Kindred
Easton Baesler, Sr., OL, Hillsboro/Central Valley
Coy Okeson, Jr., OL, Bishop Ryan
Grant Kees, Sr., OL, Bowman County
Payton Bodine, Sr., TE, Velva/Drake-Anamoose/Garrison  

Jack Romfo, Sr., DL, Langdon Area/Edmore/Munich
Riley Sunram, Jr., DL, Kindred
Tyler Cruchet, Jr., DL, Central Cass                           
Peter Dryburgh, Sr., DL, Hillsboro/Central Valley                
Mace Stuber, Sr., DL, Bowman County                         
Armani Smith, Sr., DL, Beulah
Ty Dassinger, Jr., LB, Dickinson Trinity                    
Hank Bodine. Soph., LB, Velva/Drake-Anamoose/Garrison    
Boeden Greenley Sr., LB, Lisbon                                       
Jacob Shriver, Sr., LB, Bottineau                                
Jake Starcevic, Soph., DB, Thompson
Tyson Enget, Sr., DB, Ray/Powers Lake

Adler Paeper, Sr., Oakes
Xavier Vossler, Sr., Oakes
Charlie Biewer, Sr., Kindred
Noah Sundby, Sr., Oakes
Grant Lyons, Sr., Lisbon                                      
Landon Ptacek, Sr., Oakes
Dylan Sell, Sr., Central Cass                  
Dylan Bartsch, Sr., Rugby
Gabe Nero, Sr., Bottineau
Cole Hebl, Sr., Hillsboro/Central Valley
Riley Olsen, Sr., Hillsboro/Central Valley                    
Gabe Allmaras, Sr., Harvey/Wells County                        
Ryder Pollman, Sr., Bottineau
Mitch Heinert, Sr., Nedrose
Kyle Sandy, Sr., Velva/Drake-Anamoose/Garrison
Logan Rist, Jr., Des Lacs-Burlington
Collin Knorr, Sr., South Prairie
Keaton Cole, Jr., Nedrose
Jack Zimmer, Jr., Kenmare/Bowbells/Burke Central 
Jett Lundeen, Soph., Bishop Ryan     
Tarren Larson, Sr., Beulah 
Luke Shobe, Jr., Dickinson Trinity
Michael Fagerlund, Jr., Shiloh Christian               
Kaison Kaylor, Sr., Hazen
Isaac Emmel, Jr., Shiloh Christian               
Bohden Duffield, Jr., Bowman County  

NDHSCA Division 11B Football Senior Athlete of the Year
Trey Heinrich, Kindred

NDHSCA Division 11B Football Coach of the Year
Larry Sandy, Velva/Drake-Anamoose/Garrison


ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Anthony Edwards scored 35 points, Karl-Anthony Towns added 30 and the Minnesota Timberwolves built a 27-point lead in the first half in a 126-108 victory over the Orlando Magic on Wednesday night. Edwards and Towns had scoring season highs and the Timberwolves shot 52.3% in their biggest victory margin of the season. Rudy Gobert, the NBA’s leading rebounder, had 16 points and eight rebounds to help Minnesota win back-to-back road games for the first time this season. Bol Bol led the Magic with a career-high 26 points and added 12 rebounds. Jalen Suggs added 23 points, six rebounds and six assists.
UNDATED (AP) – Aaron Rodgers and his peers around the NFL are calling for teams to tear up their turf playing surfaces and replace them with grass. The outpouring comes a week after NFL Players Association President JC Tretter called on six venues to immediately change their field types, saying the artificial turf in those stadiums was resulting in higher injury rates. Players are concerned about non-contact and lower extremity injuries. The NFL has said its data shows injury rates are similar on grass and artificial turf. Rodgers says owners could be “putting your money where your mouth is if player safety is important.”
HOUSTON (AP) — Houston’s Justin Verlander in the American League and Miami’s Sandy Alcantara in the National League are both unanimous selections for the Cy Young Award. It’s the second time the winners in both leagues were unanimous since the award began in 1956. The 39-year-old Verlander won the award for the first time, having previously won in 2011 with Detroit and 2019 with Houston. He’s the 11th player to win it three times. Verlander missed almost all of the previous two seasons while recovering from Tommy John surgery. He led the AL in ERA. Alcantara led the majors in complete games with six.

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