K-Heart Sports – 11/20/22

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MINOT, ND – The State Volleyball Tournament finished on Saturday.
High School Girls Volleyball
Class B
State Tournament – Bismarck Event Center
7th Place
#5 Dickinson Trinity def. Garrison (3-0) 25-14, 25-21, 25-16
5th Place
New Rockford-Sheyenne def. Our Redeemer’s (3-2) 25-22, 25-19, 20-25, 18-25, 16-14
3rd Place
#3 Thompson def. #4 Kenmare-Bowbells (3-1) 25-11, 25-16, 19-25, 25-22

#1 Northern Cass def. #2 Linton-HMB (3-2) 25-16, 23-25, 21-25, 25-21, 15-10

2022 Class B All-Tournament Team

ShayLee Bosch, Linton/HMB
Gracie Schumacher, Linton/HMB
Paige Hulm, Linton/HMB
Halle Crockett, Northern Cass
Josie Jensen, Northern Cass
Noelle Erickson, Northern Cass
Summer Hegg, Thompson
Jordan West, Thompson
Clara Stevens, Thompson
Kate Zimmer, Kenmare
Brenna Stroklund, Kenmare
Kelsie Belquist, New Rockford-Sheyenne
Ava Jahner, Dickinson Trinity
Maya Vibeto, Our Redeemer’s
Karli Klein, Garrison

2022 NDHSCA Class B Volleyball Senior Athlete of the Year
ShayLee Bosch, Linton/HMB

2022 NDHSCA Class B Volleyball Coach of the Year

Jaime Richter, Linton/HMB
High School Girls Volleyball
Class A
State Tournament – Bismarck Event Center
7th Place
(E3) Fargo South def. (E4) Fargo North (3-1) 25-14, 25-22, 19-25, 25-10
5th Place
(E2) West Fargo def. (W4) Bismarck St. Mary’s (3-0) 25-23, 25-21, 25-20
3rd Place
(W2) Jamestown def. (W3) Bismarck Legacy (3-2) 16-25, 27-25, 25-18, 16-25, 15-11
vs (E1) West Fargo Sheyenne def. (W1) Bismarck Century (3-2) 25-21, 22-25, 25-18, 23-25, 15-8

2022 Class A All-Tournament Team

Lydia Spies, Bismarck St. Mary’s
Betsy Schiltz, Fargo North
Madison Jackson, Fargo South
Riley Guscette, West Fargo High
Chelsa Krom, Bismarck Legacy
JoAnna Fleckenstein, Bismarck Legacy
Makenna Nold, Jamestown
Aspyn Peterson, Jamestown
Claire Bauman, Bismarck Century
Logan Nissley, Bismarck Century
Haven Fitterer, Bismarck Century
Kailee Waasdorp, West Fargo Sheyenne
Reagan Bogenreif, West Fargo Sheyenne
Brooke Johnson, West Fargo Sheyenne
2022 NDHSCA Class A Volleyball Senior Athlete of the Year
Logan Nissley, Bismarck Century
2022 NDHSCA Class A Volleyball Coach of the Year
Leah Newton, West Fargo Sheyenne
MINOT, ND – Other scores from Saturday:
College Mens Basketball
Montana State -Billings def. Minot State, 76-69
College Womens Basketball
Montana State-Billings def. Minot State, 78-44
College Mens Hockey
Minot State def. Oregon, 5-0
Miami (Ohio) def. North Dakota, 4-3
College Womens Hockey
Minot State def. University of Jamestown, 4-0
College Mens Wrestling
Minot State def. University of Saskatchewan, 60-0
Minot State def. University of Jamestown, 40-3
College Womens Wrestling
University of Saskatchewan def. Minot State, 25-15
University of Jamestown def. Minot State, 33-11
NAHL Hockey
Minot Minotauros def. St. Cloud Norsemen, 4-3
Bismarck Bobcats def. North Iowa Bulls, 8-1
JOPLIN, Mo. (MSU) – Minot State’s Jacob Jensen gave his best effort to earn a bid for nationals on Saturday. Running a new NCAA Division II-era school record in the 10-kilometer at the NCAA Central Regional Championship, Jensen finished 44th individually for Minot State, helping the Beavers finish 19th as a team with 488 points. Jensen clocked a personal-best time of 30 minutes, 38.18 seconds on the 10K course, shaving more than 40 seconds off his previous best. While he led the way for the men, teammate Trent Holiday added a top-100 effort as he finished 68th in 31:09.76 for the Beavers.
On the women’s side, Paulette Dominguez led the Beavers finishing 114th in 23:08.53 on the women’s 6K course as the Beaver ladies were 29th overall with 792 team points. Augustana took home the women’s Regional title while Winona State’s Lindsay Cunningham won the individual title in 19:34.75.
As for the men’s title, it went to host Missouri Southern which scored 70 points, and they were led by Gidieon Kimutai who was the individual champion with a time of 29:09.31. Charles Hardcastle added a 107th-place finish for the Beaver men in 31:55.46, Nick Merillana was 111th in 32:01.62, Grayson Bonilla was 160th in 33:09.51, Juan Gutierrez was 172nd in 33:47.95, and Camden Jasmin was 178th in 33:57.64.
On the women’s side, Emery Smith was 141st in 23:44.20 for Minot State, Nicole Reeves was 145th in 23:46.63, Sidra Sadowsky was 181st in 24:48.87, and Monica Okopal was 214th in 26:22.34.
FARGO, N.D. (NDSU) – Quarterback Cam Miller tied a school record with five rushing touchdowns and No. 4-ranked North Dakota State rolled to a 42-21 victory over 16th-ranked North Dakota in the Harvest Bowl on Saturday at the Fargodome. Miller had a career-high 16 carries and 93 yards on the ground and went 8-for-12 passing for 159 yards including a career-long 76-yard passing play to DJ Hart, one of five receivers to catch passes for the Bison. NDSU finished the regular season 9-2 overall and placed second in the Missouri Valley Football Conference with a 7-1 record. UND finished 7-4 overall and 5-3 in the conference. The Bison scored on their second offensive play of the game with TaMerik Williams running 51 yards for a touchdown. Miller scored from 4, 7 and 3 yards as NDSU opened a 28-7 lead. UND closed within 28-14 at halftime on quarterback Tommy Schuster’s only touchdown pass of the game, an 18-yard play to Garrett Maag with 6 seconds left before the break. Schuster was 11 of 19 passing for 153 yards. Miller added TD runs from 5 and 30 yards in the third quarter to earn a share of the school record with Paul Hatchett (1968, 1969), Mark Speral (1977) and Kevin Feeney (1996). Cornerback Destin Talbert and linebacker Luke Weerts each made seven tackles to lead the Bison. Linebacker James Kaczor and defensive end Spencer Waege each had one sack and finished with five tackles apiece. The bracket for the 24-team NCAA Division I Football Championship will be announced on ESPNU beginning at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 20.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Alex Goligoski scored 1:12 into overtime to give the Minnesota Wild a 2-1 victory against the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday night. Sam Steel had a goal and an assist, and Filip Gustavsson stopped 20 shots as the Wild snapped a three-game losing streak. Goligoski, who was honored before the game for playing in his 1,000th NHL game earlier this season, got a pass from Steel in the extra period and tallied his first goal of the season. It was his third career overtime goal and first since 2017. Sebastian Aho scored for the second straight game for the Hurricanes, who lost for the first time in six games when leading after two periods. Aho’s ninth goal of the season came 6:13 into the first period. Rookie Pyotr Kochetkov made 19 saves for Carolina, missing a chance to become the eighth goalie in NHL history to win the first six decisions of his career.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Anthony Edwards scored 25 points, D’Angelo Russell had 19 and the Minnesota Timberwolves survived a late scare from the undermanned Philadelphia 76ers and won their third straight game 112-109 on Saturday. The 76ers have played without James Harden for two weeks because of a right foot tendon strain and added starting guard Tyrese Maxey to the injury list with a broken left foot. P.J. Tucker suffered an unspecified injury against the Timberwolves and Joel Embiid injured his left ankle/foot following a late-game collision with a teammate. Embiid, the reigning NBA scoring champion, said well after the final buzzer he was still in pain. Embiid carried the load Saturday among a lineup that, in one stretch, included him, Danuel House Jr., De’Anthony Melton, Shake Milton and Georges Niang. Embiid had 32 points and nine rebounds. Milton had 27 points and Melton 19.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins acquired shortstop Kyle Farmer from Cincinnati on Friday night in a trade that sent minor league right-hander Casey Legumina to the Reds. Farmer gives the Twins middle infield flexibility regardless of whether they get a new deal done this winter with free agent shortstop Carlos Correa. The 32-year-old Farmer batted .255 with 14 home runs and 78 RBIs in 526 at-bats for the Reds in 2022, his second season as a regular in the lineup. He started 98 games at shortstop, 36 at third base and 10 as the designated hitter. The Twins traded third baseman Gio Urshela to the Los Angeles Angels earlier on Friday for minor league right-hander Alejandro Hidalgo. Jorge Polanco is entrenched as the second baseman and Luis Arraez and Jose Miranda are on track to take the corner infield spots, but if Correa doesn’t return the Twins would need a regular shortstop.
Prized prospect Royce Lewis is recovering from another torn ACL and likely won’t be ready for action until midseason. Nick Gordon is the only other natural shortstop on the roster, but his greatest value to the Twins is his versatility. Gordon started 78 games in the outfield last year, 29 at second base and seven at shortstop. Farmer made his major league debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2017. He is eligible for salary arbitration. Legumina was an eighth-round draft pick by the Twins in 2019 out of Gonzaga University. He has a 4.25 ERA in 135 2/3 innings over two minor league seasons, with 25 starts in 48 appearances. Legumina finished 2022 with Double-A Wichita.
The Twins also tendered contracts to their remaining seven players eligible for arbitration: Arraez, left-handed reliever Caleb Thielbar, right-handed relievers Jorge Alcala, Jorge López and Emilio Pagán, and right-handed starters Tyler Mahle and Chris Paddack. Outfielder Kyle Garlick avoided arbitration earlier this month by signing a one-year, $750,000 deal.

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