K-Heart Sports – 12/05/21

K-HEART SPORTS – SUNDAY – 120521 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – Saturday scoreboard.
High School Boys Basketball
 
Class A
Bismarck St. Mary’s 89, Fargo Shanley 63
Sidney MT 70, Watford City 49
West Fargo Sheyenne 68, Mandan 45
Turtle Mountain 76, Grand Forks Central 70
Fargo North 78, Bismarck Legacy 47
 
 
High School Girls Basketball
 
Class A
#1 Bismarck Century 81, Moorhead MN 41
#5 Bismarck Legacy 56, Fargo North 45
Turtle Mountain 60, Grand Forks Central 50
Bismarck St. Mary’s 57, Fargo Shanley 50
West Fargo Sheyenne 67, Mandan 52
Watford City 62, Sidney MT 44
 
Class B
Garrison 71, Glen Ullin-Hebron 55
Central McLean 50, Beulah 42
 
Shootout At The Auditorium – Minot Auditorium
#5 Kenmare 42, Dickinson Trinity 24
Bishop Ryan 34, Midway-Minto 28
#8 Thompson 62, Velva 44
Bottineau 53, Alexander-Trinity Christian 17
Stanley 43, South Prairie 35
New Town 65, Westhope-Newburg 56
 
CNDC Tournement – Rugby
7th Place
Rolla 72, TGU 51
5th Place
St. John 50, New Rockford-Sheyenne 46
3rd Place
Drake-Anamoose 55, Glenburn 54
Championship
Rugby 54, Harvey-Wells-County 23
 
High School Boys Hockey
Fargo Davies 4, Bismarck Century 0
Bottineau-Rugby 5, Dickinson 2
Jamestown 10, Hazen-Beulah 0
Devils Lake 4, Mandan 2
 
High School Girls Hockey
Minot 3, Grand Forks 0
Mandan 5, West Fargo United 1
Fargo Davies 6, Bismarck 2
Dickinson 4, Watford City 19U 1
 
High School Boys Wrestling
 
Mandan Lions Tournament
1. Rapid City, SD (Stevens), 368.5
2. Bismarck High, 325
3. Pierre, SD, 321
4. Sturgis, SD, 313.5
5. Bismarck Legacy, 200.5
6. Bismarck Century, 176
7. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 175
8. West Fargo, 174.5
9. Hettinger, 163
10. Killdeer, 123
11. Mandan, 86
12. Moorhead, MN 72.5
13. Turtle Mountain, 31
 
Sidney, MT Eagle Invite
(Top 10/WDA)
1. Columbia High, 198.5
2. Post Falls, 176
3. Sidney, MT, 172
4. Dickinson, 135
5. Huntley Project, 130.5
6. Mahomet Seymour, 104.5
7. Lake Stevens, 104
8. Laurel, 99.5
9. Custer Co., 88
10. Rapid City, SD 8
11. Minot, 83
14. Williston, 69
21. Watford City, 29
 
Jamestown KC Tournament
(Top 5/WDA)
1. Fargo Davies, 188
2. Valley City, 183.5
3. Jamestown, 152
4. Devils Lake, 71
5. Grand Forks Red River, 64.5
8. Bismarck High, 52
9. Bismarck Legacy, 38
10. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 37
11. Mandan, 26
13. Bismarck Century, 16
 
College Mens Basketball
Minot State 88, MSU-Moorhead 74
 
College Womens Basketball
MSU-Moorhead 67, Minot State 43
North Dakota 97, Minnesota-Morris 55
North Dakota State 83, Bradley 72
 
College Mens Hockey
Minot State 4, University of Mary 1
North Dakota 5, St. Cloud State 3
 
College Womens Hockey
Minot State 6, Minnesota 2
 
NAHL Hockey
Minot Minotauros 3, Bismarck Bobcats 1
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NDSU FOOTBALL
 
FARGO, N.D. (AP) – Quarterback Cam Miller ran for two scores, TaMerik Williams tallied 112 yards rushing and two scoring runs and second-seeded North Dakota State was never threatened in a 38-7 win on Saturday in the second round of the FCS playoffs.
North Dakota State (11-1) didn’t need late heroics in its commanding performance establishing a 10-0 lead after the first quarter when Miller ran it in from the 9-yard line to complete a nine-play, 83-yard drive. Jake Reinholz then kicked a 20-yard field goal with 1:58 left in the first. Nic Baker threw a 22-yard touchdown pass,to Landon Lenoir six seconds into the second and the Salukis (8-5) were within three. But the Bison established two sustained scoring drives that broke Southern Illinois’ will.
 
The Bison used 13 plays to go 65 yards and Williams’ 1-yard plunge with 7:45 before halftime made it 17-7. Following the Salukis’ three-and-out that generated no yardage, North Dakota then stomped out 11 plays in 63 yards and made it 24-7 when Miller ran it in from the 5 at the two-minute warning. Baker threw for 220 yards.
 
North Dakota State advanced to the FCS quarterfinals for the 12th straight year, where the Bison (11-1) will face No. 7 seed East Tennessee State. The Buccaneers (11-1) rallied from a 14-point deficit in the final 90 seconds to beat Kennesaw State 32-31 in the second round.
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WILD-LEAFS
 
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – Kirill Kaprizov scored in the third round of a shootout and the Minnesota Wild beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 for their sixth straight win. Jordan Greenway, Mats Zuccarello and Marcus Foligno had goals in regulation for Central Division-leading Minnesota, which has outscored its opponents 28-12 during the winning streak. Cam Talbot made 39 saves for to tie Toronto’s Jack Campbell and the New York Rangers’ Igor Shesterkin for the league lead with 13 wins. Jason Spezza scored twice and Auston Matthews once for Toronto, which lost for the first time in six games and is now 15-2-1 in its past 18 outings. Campbell had 37 saves.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL-SCHEDULE

UNDATED (AP) – Bryce Young stunningly carved up the nation’s best defense, giving Nick Saban and Alabama a shot at another national championship. Young threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as the fourth-ranked Crimson Tide (No. 3 in the College Football Playoff rankings) rolled over No. 1 Georgia 41-24 in the Southeastern Conference championship game. The result likely sends both powerhouse programs to the four-team College Football Playoff, which will be announced Sunday. Georgia cruised through the regular season with a 12-0 record, barely challenged and a unanimous choice as the nation’s No. 1 team for the past two months. But the Bulldogs were blown away by Young’s wizardry.

 
In other Top 25 college football action:
 
– No. 2 Michigan captured its first Big Ten title in 17 years and a probable playoff berth with a 42-3 rout over No. 15 Iowa. Hassan Haskins broke open the game with a 4-yard TD run midway through the third quarter then sealed the victory by becoming the first Michigan running back to score 20 TDs in a single season on a 1-yard run early in the fourth. In the first quarter, quarterback Cade McNamara lateraled to running back Donavan Edwards and the freshman threw a perfect pass to a wide open Roman Wilson for a 75-yard score and a 14-0 lead.
 
– Cincinnati stands as the only remaining undefeated team in the AP top 25, after rolling past No. 16 Houston 35-20 to win the American Athletic Conference championship game. Jerome Ford rushed for 187 yards and two touchdowns and Desmond Ridder threw three touchdown passes as the No. 3 (CFP No. 4) Bearcats broke open a close game in the third quarter. Cincinnati firmed up their position as they hope to become the first non-Power 5 team to qualify for the College Football Playoff.
 
– Baylor has proven to be the killer of hope for fellow Big-12 teams with College Football playoff aspirations. The Bears defense held as Oklahoma State’s Dezmon Jackson came up inches short on a desperate, fourth-down dive with 24 seconds remaining, as No. 9 Baylor beat the fifth-ranked Cowboys, 21-16, to win the Big 12 championship. Quarterback Blake Shapen threw three TDs, starting again for injured Gerry Bohanon.
 
– The No. 17 Panthers beat No. 18 Wake Forest 45-21 in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game. Kenny Pickett accounted for three touchdowns and Erick Hallett II returned one of Pittsburgh’s four interceptions for a touchdown.
 
– Utah State won its first Mountain West Conference title with a 46-13 rout of No. 19 San Diego State. Brandon Bowling caught two touchdown passes from Logan Bonner during the decisive third quarter as the Aggies improved to 10-3.
 
– No. 20 Louisiana-Lafayette capped off soon-to-be Florida coach Billy Napier’s time with the Ragin’ Cajuns by defeating Appalachian State 24-16 in the Sun Belt Conference championship game. Levi Lewis scored on a career-high 56-yard run and passed for another touchdown.
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TOP 25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL

UNDATED (AP) – No. 16 Alabama held off Gonzaga’s big second-half rally for a 91-82 win over the third-ranked Bulldogs. The Crimson Tide made 10 of their 13 3-pointers in the first half, led by Jaden Shackelford’s sharp shooting from deep. Alabama led by 16 at halftime and withstood every charge the Bulldogs made in the second half to hand Gonzaga its second loss in three games.

 
In other Top 25 college basketball action:
 
– LJ Cryer led five players in double figures with his 20 points, and fourth-ranked Baylor beat Arkansas-Pine Bluff 99-54 on Saturday night. The Bears (8-0) led by 10 after a Kendall Brown layup with 14:14 left in the first half. The Golden Lions never got the margin back to single digits.
 
– Collin Gillespie scored 23 points to lead number-six Villanova to an 81-52 victory over Saint Joseph’s. Justin Moore added 16 points and Eric Dixon had 12 for the 6-2 Wildcats. They won their 10th straight in a series dating to 1921 between Big Five rivals that are separated by just seven miles.
 
– Au’Diese Toney scored 18 points and JD Notae had 15 to lift No. 10 Arkansas past Little Rock 93-78. Arkansas had three other players score in double figures: Devo Davis with 16, Chris Lykes with 14 and Stanley Umude added 12.
 
– No. 12 BYU pulled away in the final 90 seconds to defeat Missouri State 74-68. Alex Barcello finished with 21 points, hitting a jumper and two free throws in a 10-2 surge at the end.
 
– Freshman Kennedy Chandler scored 16 of his season-high 28 points in the first half and No. 13 Tennessee pulled away from Colorado 69-54. Tennessee overcame a slow start to win its third straight.
 
– R.J. Cole scored 18 points to help No. 17 UConn rout Grambling State 88-59. The Huskies were playing without two injured starters.
 
– Jarkel Joyner scored 20 points and Mississippi converted 10 of 11 free throws in the final four minutes to defeat number-18 Memphis 67-63. The Rebels built a 62-51 lead on a jumper by Luis Rodriguez with 2:10 remaining.
 
– No. 19 Iowa State stayed unbeaten with a grinding 64-58 victory over Creighton. Caleb Grill scored a season-high 16 points, Izaiah Brockington had all 12 of his points in the second half.
 
– Chevez Goodwin sank a layup and the free throw with 16 seconds left to lift undefeated Southern California to a 63-61 victory over Washington State. Goodwin led No. 20 USC with 14 points and added five rebounds.
 
– K.D. Johnson scored 19 points, Jabari Smith added 17 points and seven rebounds and No. 21 Auburn blew past Yale 86-64. Johnson overcame an injury scare in the first half to lead the Tigers in scoring. I
 
– No. 22 Michigan State built a big lead early and defeated Toledo 81-68. Max Christie had 14 points, Gabe Brown scored 12 and Tyson Walker added 11 points and six assists for the Spartans, who are 7-2.
 
– Johnny Davis scored 25 points to lead four Wisconsin players in double figures as the number-23 Badgers downed in-state rival Marquette 89-76.
 
– Hunter Dickinson had 23 points and 14 rebounds, freshman Caleb Houstan scored a season-high 17 points and No. 24 Michigan beat San Diego State 72-58.
 
– Number-25 Seton Hall had a trio come off the bench and combine for 66 points and lead the Pirates to a 113-67 victory over Nyack.
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NBA-SCHEDULE

UNDATED (AP) – Zach LaVine scored 31 points, DeMar DeRozan had 29 and the Chicago Bulls beat the Brooklyn Nets 111-107. The Bulls trailed by as many as 11 in the third quarter, but opened the fourth on a 13-4 run and took their biggest lead at 92-86 on DeRozan’s short jumper with 7 minutes remaining. LaMarcus Aldridge’s layup brought the Nets within 101-100, but they never got closer.

 
In other NBA action:
 
– Pat Connaughton made seven 3-pointers and scored 23 points, and the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Miami Heat 124-102 despite playing without Giannis Antetokounmpo. Milwaukee led by as many as 31 points in the second half against a depleted Heat that was missing Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo due to injuries.
 
– The San Antonio Spurs held off a furious rally to beat the Golden State Warriors 112-107. Derrick White scored 25 points and hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:43 left in the game to give the Spurs a 107-106 lead.
 
– The Boston Celtics rode a sizzling start to a 145-117 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers. Jayson Tatum and Dennis Schroder scored 31 points apiece and Enes Freedom grabbed 15 rebounds off the bench for the Celtics.
 
– Nikola Jokic scored 32 points and had 11 rebounds in just 27 minutes, leading the Denver Nuggets over the New York Knicks 113-99. Denver never trailed in winning for only the third time in 10 games.
 
– The Memphis Grizzlies beat the Dallas Mavericks 97-90. Desmond Bane scored a career-high 29 points, and Tyus Jones had 16 points and seven assists for the Grizzlies. They haven’t trailed at all while going 4-0 since star guard and leading scorer Ja Morant was sidelined with a left knee sprain.
 
– Terrence Davis scored 23 of his 28 points in the second half and the Sacramento Kings beat the Los Angeles Clippers for the second time in four nights with a 104-99 victory.
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NHL-SCHEDULE

UNDATED (AP) – Alex Ovechkin scored his 20th goal of the season and the 750th of his NHL career to help the Washington Capitals beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-1. Ovechkin became the second-fastest player to reach the 750-goal mark and the fourth to score 20 or more in each of his first 17 seasons. Ovechkin is now 16 goals behind Jaromir Jagr for third place on the career list.

 
In other NHL action:
 
– Sam Reinhart and Anton Lundell scored in the shootout, and the Florida Panthers continued their string of comebacks by rallying from three one-goal deficits to beat the St. Louis Blues 4-3. Maxim Mamin scored two goals and Reinhart added a goal in regulation for Florida, while Ville Husso made a 48 saves for the Blues.
 
– Kirill Kaprizov scored in the third round of a shootout and the Minnesota Wild beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 for their sixth straight win. Central Division-leading Minnesota has outscored its opponents 28-12 during the streak.
 
– The Tampa Bay Lighting bounced back after blowing a two-goal lead to beat the Boston Bruins 3-2. Boston outshot the Lightning 39-25, but Steven Stamkos scored the winner at 1:31 of overtime.
 
– The Carolina Hurricanes rode an early burst of offense to beat the Buffalo Sabres 6-2. Teuvo Teravainen scored two goals and Martin Necas, Ian Cole, Vincent Trocheck and Nino Niederreiter also scored as the Hurricanes snapped a season-worst three-game losing streak.
 
– The Islanders struggles continue as they fell to Detroit Red Wings, 4-3, for their 10th straight loss. Moritz Seider scored 3:33 into overtime for Detroit.
 
– Brady Tkachuk scored his second goal 51 seconds into overtime, giving the Ottawa Senators a 6-5 win over the Colorado Avalanche. The Senators won consecutive games for the first time this season.
 
– Filip Forsberg scored with 11.1 seconds remaining in overtime, giving the Nashville Predators a 4-3 victory over the Montreal Canadiens. Juuse Saros made 20 saves for Nashville, which has won two of its last three.
 
– The New York Rangers beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 for their sixth straight win. Artemi Panarin and Ryan Strome each had a goal and two assists, and Adam Fox added a goal and an assist, while Alexandar Georgiev made 25 saves for New York.
 
– Jake Guentzel had a second period hat trick and added an assist as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-1. Guentzel scored two power-play goals after the Canucks had three players sent to the penalty box in quick succession.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL-PLAYOFF EXPANSION

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) – Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby says expanding the College Football Playoff as soon as the 2024 season is “in some jeopardy” if an agreement on a new format cannot be reached soon. Speaking to reporters before the Big 12 championship game, Bowlsby said expansion talks have slowed to the point where hope of implementing a new format before the current agreement ends after the 2025 season is waning.

 
In other college football news:
 
– Akron hired Oregon offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead as head coach, bringing back a former assistant for the Zips to take over a struggling program. Moorhead has been directing the Ducks’ offense the last two seasons.
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NFL-OBIT-HUMPHREY

ATLANTA (AP) – Pro Football Hall of Famer Claude Humphrey has died at the age of 77. Humphrey was one of the NFL’s most fearsome pass rushers during the 1970s with the Atlanta Falcons, earning six Pro Bowl appearances. He also played for the Philadelphia Eagles, helping the 1980 team reach the Super Bowl.

 
 
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