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K-HEART SPORTS - FRIDAY - 03/09/18 - PM EDITION

It's championship night at five Class B Boys Basketball Region Tournaments tonight, including Region 6 which will be play at the Minot Auditorium.....

    MINOT, ND - It's championship night at five Class B Boys Basketball Region Tournaments tonight, including Region 6 which will be play at the Minot Auditorium. We'll broadcast the Region 6 championship and third place game on 106.9 K-Heart and online at www.khrt.com.

High School Boys Basketball
    Class B

    Region 6 Tournament - Minot State Dome
        3rd Place
            Des Lacs-Burlington vs Our Redeemer's, 6 pm
        Championship
            Rugby vs Bishop Ryan, 7:30 pm

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    Region 5 Tournament - Bismarck Event Center
        3rd Place
            Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky vs Wilton-Wing, 6 pm
        Championship
            Shiloh Christian vs Standing Rock, 7:30 pm

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    Region 4 Tournament - Devils Lake High School
        3rd Place
            Four Winds-Minnewauken vs Dunseith, 6 pm
        Championship
            St. John vs Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich, 7:30 pm

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    Region 3 Tournament - Jamestown Civic Center
        3rd Place
            Enderlin vs LaMoure-Litchville-Marion, 6 pm
        Championship
            Carrington vs Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier, 7:30 pm

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    Region 1 Tournament - North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton
        3rd Place
            Kindred vs Maple Valley, 6 pm
        Championship
            Fargo Oak Grove vs Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 7:30 pm

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    Two regions, 7 and 8, hold semifinals tonight.

    Region 8 Tournament - Williston State College
        Semifinal
            New Town vs Powers Lake, 6 pm
            Stanley vs Kenmare, 7:30 pm

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    Region 7 Tournament - Hazen High School
        Semifinal
            Beulah vs Heart River, 6 pm
            Dickinson Trinity vs Hettinger-Scranton, 7:30 pm

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    Region 2 is off tonight and will hold championship night tomorrow.

    Region 2 Tournament - Betty Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks
        3rd Place
            Park River-Fordville-Lankin vs Thompson, 1 pm
        Championship
            Hillsboro-Central Valley vs Grafton, 2:30 pm

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    MINOT, ND - The State Super A Basketball Tournament is underway in Fargo.

High School Girls Basketball
    Class A - Fargodome
        First Round
            (W#1) Bismarck Century 66, (E#4) West Fargo Sheyenne 42
            (W#3) Bismarck St. Mary's 70, (E#2) Grand Forks Red River 64
            (W#4) Bismarck Legacy 68, (E#1) Fargo Davies 38
            (W#2) Mandan 68, (E#3) Devils Lake 46

     Today's schedule
        Semifinal - Scheels Center
            Bismarck Century 55, Bismarck St. Mary's 48

            Bismarck Legacy vs Mandan, 3 pm
        Loser Out - Fargodome
            West Fargo Sheyenne vs Grand Forks Red River, 4 pm
            Fargo Davies vs Devils Lake, 6 pm

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High School Boys Basketball
    Class A - Scheels Center
        Loser Out - Fargodome
            Fargo Shanley 89, Grand Forks Red River 54
            Bismarck St. Mary's 77, Jamestown 68

        Semifinal - Scheels Center
            Bismarck Century vs Mandan, 6:30 pm
            West Fargo Sheyenne vs West Fargo, 8:30 pm

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    MINOT, ND - The Minot State Men's Hockey team begins play at the 2018 National ACHA Tournament. in Columbus, Ohio today. The #1-seed Beavers will play #16-seed Arizona, who defeated #17-seed Missouri State 4-1 yesterday. Minot State is schedule to play at 7 pm Central time.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The chief financial officer for the Minnesota Timberwolves and Lynx will resign next month after more than two decades with the organization.
 
     The teams announced today that Roger Griffith's last day will be April 15 and Vice President of Finance Pete Stene will be replacing him. Timberwolves and Lynx owner Glen Taylor praised Griffith in a statement, saying his "leadership and decision-making ability" will continue benefiting the teams for years.
 
     Griffith oversaw finances for both teams, including accounting, budgeting, investing and managing the organizations' salary caps. Griffith also handled basketball operations as general manager for the four-time WNBA champion Lynx.
 
     The announcement gave no reason for Griffith's resignation.
 
     Stene has been with the Timberwolves and Lynx for 15 seasons and has held his current position for six years.

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     UNDATED (AP) - The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to trade wide receiver Torrey Smith to the Carolina Panthers for cornerback Daryl Worley, according to two people familiar with the deal. The trade won't be officially announced until the NFL's league year opens next Wednesday.
 
     Smith had 36 catches for 430 yards and two touchdowns while starting 14 games in his first season in Philadelphia. He'll earn $5 million this season so the move saves the Super Bowl champion Eagles much-needed space under the salary cap.
 
     Worley, a third-round pick in 2016, started 25 games in the past two seasons for the Panthers. He joins a crowded secondary.
 
     In other NFL news:
 
     - A person with knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press that the Denver Broncos have agreed to trade star cornerback Aqib Talib to the Los Angeles Rams. The person says the Rams will send Denver a mid-round pick, believed to be a fifth-rounder, in next month's draft. By trading Talib, who is due $11 million this season and $8 million next year, the Broncos will have about $35 million in salary cap space to pursue free agents, including quarterback Kirk Cousins.
 
     - The Tennessee Titans have told backup quarterback Matt Cassel, safety Da'Norris Searcy and receiver Eric Weems that they will be released. The moves announced Friday come a day after the Titans said they will be cutting running back DeMarco Murray. The 35-year-old Cassel spent the past two years with the Titans, and he started two of his six games played. The Titans signed Searcy in 2015, and he started 33 of 45 games. Weems caught only one pass last season after signing with Tennessee and was third with 12 tackles on special teams.
 
     - The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have re-signed backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who appeared in six games last season. The 35-year-old has played 13 seasons in the NFL. Fitzpatrick started three games while filling in for injured Jameis Winston in 2017. He completed 96 of163 passes for 1,103 yards, seven touchdowns and three interceptions. He returns on a one-year contract.
 
     - The San Francisco 49ers have promoted Paraag Marathe to the role of president of 49ers Enterprises. He will oversee outside business ventures, advisory efforts and major investment opportunities for the club. He will also continue to serve as the team's chief contract negotiator and salary cap architect.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Baseball players' union head Tony Clark claims the Marlins' rebuilding decision is different from the ones that led to World Series titles for the Chicago Cubs and Houston because Miami broke up a competitive club. Clark says "Those teams didn't tear themselves down." The union filed grievance two weeks ago against Miami, Pittsburgh, Oakland and Tampa Bay, accusing them of not properly using money received in revenue sharing.
 
     After the Marlins were sold in October to Bruce Sherman's ownership group, the management team headed by former New York Yankees star Derek Jeter traded NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton, Marcell Ozuna, Christian Yelich and Dee Gordon for prospects.
 
     Clark said those decisions impacted the free agent market and "can be a detriment to the industry as a whole."
 
     Jeter said the low-drawing Marlins have been losing money at an unsustainable level.
 
     In other baseball news:
 
     - Catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia agreed to a minor league contract with the Detroit Tigers and will report to big league spring training. Saltalamacchia has hit .233 with 110 homers and 381 RBIs over an 11-year big league career. He played in 10 games last season for Toronto and had one hit in 25 at-bats. The 32-year-old played in 93 games with the Tigers in 2016, hitting .171 with 38 RBIs. He began his career in 2007 with Atlanta and has also played for Boston, Miami and Arizona.
 
     - Facebook is getting deeper into the professional sports streaming game, signing a deal with Major League Baseball to air 25 afternoon games in an exclusive deal. The games will be available Facebook users in the U.S. on Facebook Watch, the company's video feature, via the MLB Live show page. Facebook said Friday that recorded broadcasts will also be available globally, excluding select international markets. Financial terms were not disclosed.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Dallas Stars center Martin Hanzal is set for back surgery that will end his injury-plagued season. General manager Jim Nill said Friday the expected recovery time is six to seven months.
 
     Hanzal, who signed a $14.25 million, three-year contract on the first day of free agency in July, missed almost all of training camp and the preseason with an ankle injury. The 31-year-old Czech then missed 29 games with a variety of injuries, including the back.
 
     Nill said the back injury occurred in late November, and Hanzal had three injections to try to play through the pain. When Hanzal reached a point that he couldn't play, he opted for spinal fusion surgery.
 
     In other NHL news:
 
     - Buffalo Sabres forward Kyle Okposo is out indefinitely after being diagnosed with a concussion. Okposo was hurt when he and Senators forward Bobby Ryan collided early in the second period of Buffalo's 4-3 shootout win at Ottawa on Thursday. A head injury was an issue for Okposo last year when concussion-related symptoms nearly derailed his career. Okposo lost weight and had difficulty sleeping and spent a week in the hospital after sustaining a concussion during what he called a routine hit in practice.
 
     - The Washington Capitals have re-signed general manager Brian MacLellan to a contract extension. MacLellan is in the fourth year of his original four-year deal when he was promoted from assistant GM to replace McPhee. The team confirmed the extension Friday in the midst of its California road trip. MacLellan's deal casts a shadow over the situation of coach Barry Trotz, whose contract is up after this season.
 
     - The National Hockey League is making its first foray into the world of esports. The league is launching the 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship on Friday, a tournament that will crown a champion in June in Las Vegas. The tournament will allow players to match up 1-on-1 in "EA Sports NHL 18" qualification rounds. That will be followed by regional finals in the United States, Canada and Europe on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One ahead of the June 19 championship.
 

 

 

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