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The Advent season narrows our gaze toward the King in a manger who came to be our King on the cross. The only King who ever established His kingdom, not by exerting power, but by giving it up. Not by eradicating His enemies, but by dying for them.

- Paul Dunk

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K-HEART SPORTS - SATURDAY - 10/06/18 - MORNING EDITION

The No. 3-ranked Velva Aggies remain undefeated after a 48-0 shutout of Stanley in a game we broadcast on K-Heart.....

    MINOT, ND - The No. 3-ranked Velva Aggies remain undefeated after a 48-0 shutout of Stanley in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. Gage Florence tallied 117 yards on the ground and two touchdowns in nine carries, while Jersey Selzler complete five of ten passes for 131 yards and three scores. The Blue Jays were held in check by a stout Aggie defense. Cody Rudolph only had 46 yards rushing on 21 carries for Stanley. Velva improves to 7-0, 6-0 in Class A Region 3. The Blue Jays drop to 2-5, 2-4 in Class A Region 3.

    Winner's Circle sponsored by Circle Sanitation: Gage Florence of Velva

    Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood ended the regular season with 50-0 shutout of Divide County in a game we broacast on KHRT. The Mavericks amassed 356 yards on the ground and five rushing touchdowns, two by Chase Driscoll, two by Stetson Helwig and one by Adam Southam. Zane Wenstad carried for the most yards at 110 on 4 tries. Logan Osvold passed for 110 yards and two interceptions, while rushing for 65 yards for the Maroons. The Mavericks finish the regular season at 7-2 overall, 6-2 in 9-Man Region 6. Divide County falls to 4-4, 3-3 in 9-Man Region 6.

    Winner's Circle sponsored by Circle Sanitation: Zane Wenstad of MLS


    Other scores:

High School Football
    Class AAA
            #1 Bismarck High 56, Bismarck Legacy 0
            #2 Bismarck Century 45, #4 Fargo Davies 3
            #3 West Fargo Sheyenne 47, Grand Forks Central 0
            #5 Mandan 42, Minot 28
            Dickinson 34, Williston 28
            Fargo North 12, Grand Forks Red River 3
            Fargo South 14, West Fargo 6

    Class AA
            #1 Fargo Shanley 16, #5 Valley City 12
            #3 Central Cass 34, Turtle Mountain 8
            #4 Jamestown 30, Wahpeton 0
            Devils Lake 16, Grafton 8

    Class A
            #1 Hillsboro-Central Valley 48, Ellendale-Edgeley-Kulm 6
            #2 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 36, Central Dakota 0
            #3 Velva 48, Stanley 0
            #5 Carrington 38, Park River Area 0
            Des Lacs-Burlington 43, Nedrose 6
            Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central 26, New Town 14
            Harvey-Wells County 30, Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn 8
            Rugby 24, Bottineau 22
            Dickinson Trinity 24, Beulah 6
            Hazen 28, Southern McLean 6
            Killdeer 34, Heart River 33

    9-Man
            #1 Thompson 48, Wyndmere-Lidgerwood 6
            #2 New Salem-Glen Ullin 50, #3 Shiloh Christian 22
            #4 New Rockford-Sheyenne 26, Cavalier 6
            Ray-Powers Lake 56, Surrey 6
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 50, Divide County 0
            Tioga 40, Parshall-White Shield 28
            St. John 56, Benson County 6
            Towner-Granville-Upham 42, North Star 0
            North Prairie 50, Larimore 14
            Central McLean 33, Beach 0
            Richardton-Taylor-Hebron 46, Hettinger-Scranton 14
            Grant County-Flasher 19, Mott-Regent 0


High School Volleyball
    Class A
            Watford City def. Turtle Mountain, 25-11, 25-18, 25-10
            Dickinson def. Williston, 25-23, 25-23, 22-25, 25-18

        Fargo "Scheels" Invitational

         Pool Play

         Pool A
                 Bismarck High def. Grand Forks Central, 25-10, 25-10
             Bismarck Legacy def. Bismarck High, 16-25, 25-19
             Bismarck Legacy def. Central Cass, 25-17, 25-27
             Fargo Davies def. Grand Forks Central, 25-14, 25-19
             Fargo Davies def. Bismarck High, 25-14, 25-15
             Fargo Davies def. Central Cass, 25-21, 25-9
             Jamestown def. Grand Forks Central, 25-18, 25-11
             Jamestown def. Central Cass, 25-21, 25-22
             Jamestown def. Bismarck Legacy, 25-18, 25-22

         Pool B
             Bismarck Century def. Sioux Falls Lincoln, S.D., 25-22, 25-16
             Bismarck Century def. Fargo Davies JV, 25-15, 25-12
             Bismarck Century def. Sheyenne, 25-23, 25-15
             West Fargo Sheyenne def. Kindred, 25-7, 25-9
             West Fargo Sheyenne def. Fargo Davies JV, 25-7, 25-16
             Sioux Falls Lincoln, S.D. def. Kindred, 25-17, 25-9
             Sioux Falls Lincoln, S.D. def. Valley City, 25-11, 26-24
             Valley City def. Kindred, 25-20, 25-22
             Valley City def. Fargo Davies JV, 25-15, 25-22

         Pool C
             Fargo Oak Grove def. Fargo South, 25-22, 23-25
             Fargo Shanley def. West Fargo, 25-22, 25-13
             Fargo Shanley def. Sioux Falls Washington, S.D., 19-25, 25-22
             Fargo Shanley def. Minot, 25-23, 25-11
             Fargo South def. Minot, 25-11, 30-28
             Sioux Falls Washington, S.D. def. Fargo South, 25-11, 25-13
             Sioux Falls Washington, S.D. def. Fargo Oak Grove, 25-17, 25-16
             West Fargo def. Fargo Oak Grove, 25-19, 25-20
             West Fargo def. Minot, 25-21, 25-9

         Pool D
             Bismarck St. Mary's def. Fargo North, 25-16, 14-25
             Bismarck St. Mary's def. Grand Forks Red River, 25-21, 25-18
             Bismarck St. Mary's def. Devils Lake, 25-23, 25-18
             Devils Lake def. Wahpeton, 25-12, 25-9
             Devils Lake def. Grand Forks Red River, 25-21, 25-22
             Fargo North def. Wahpeton, 25-9, 25-18
             Grand Forks Red River def. Mandan, 25-21, 22-25
             Mandan def. Wahpeton, 25-9, 25-15
             Mandan def. Fargo North, 25-21, 25-13


College Womens Volleyball
            Minnesota State-Mankato def. Minot State, 25-19, 25-23, 25-13
                (Karli Koza breaks Minot State career digs record now at 846)


College Womens Soccer
            #6 Bemidji State 3, Minot State 0
 

College Mens Hockey
            Minot State 2, University of Jamestown 1 SO


NAHL Hockey
            Bismarck Bobcats 3, Minot Minotauros

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    MINOT STATE FOOTBALL

    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - The Minot State football team will play its third home game of the season today when they host Upper Iowa in a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference contest in Herb Parker Stadium with kickoff slated for 1 p.m.  The Beavers are 1-4 overall with their lone victory over the University of Mary. Upper Iowa enters the game with a 1-4 overall record, but have lost three games by a combined eight points.

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    NDSU FOOTBALL

    FARGO, ND (NDSU) - No. 1-ranked North Dakota State (4-0, 1-0 MVFC) makes its first road trip of the season this week to face the No. 22-ranked Northern Iowa Panthers (2-2, 1-0 MVFC). Game time is 1 p.m. today at the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls, Iowa. This is the 52nd meeting between North Dakota State and Northern Iowa dating back to 1938. UNI leads the series 26-25 but NDSU has won four straight and seven of the last eight including last year's 30-14 victory in Fargo.

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     MLB ALDS-INDIANS-ASTROS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - The Boston Red Sox and Houston Astros have opened their American League Division series with victories, and the Milwaukee Brewers now enjoy a two-games-to-none lead in their NL Division Series.
 
     In Boston, the Red Sox built an early 5-0 lead before holding off the Yankees, 5-4. J.D. Martinez put the Bosox ahead to stay with a three run blast off losing pitcher J.A. Happ in the bottom of the first. Happ also put two runners on to open the third before reliever Chad Green gave up an RBI single by Steve Pearce and Xander Bogaerts sacrifice fly.
 
     Winning pitcher Chris Sale carried a 5-0 lead into the sixth before faltering, leaving the game after allowing a pair of singles. Luke Voit singled home the Yanks' first run, one batter before Didi Gregorius poked an RBI grounder.
 
     Voit also drove in a run with a seventh-inning grounder and Aaron Judge greeted closer Craig Kimbrel with a home run leading off the ninth. But Kimbrel closed it out by fanning Brett Gardner, Giancarlo Stanton and Voit.
 
     The Yankees finished the game without outfielder Aaron Hicks due to a tight right hamstring.
 
     Game 2 is Saturday at Fenway Park.
 

     In Houston, Justin Verlander carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning and the Astros banged out four home runs in a 7-2 rout of the Indians.
 
     Verlander left with a 4-0 lead and one out in the sixth after surrendering a pair of singles and a walk. Two of his inherited runners scored, but the Astros' bullpen blanked Cleveland the rest of the way.
 
     Neither team had a hit until Alex Bregman went deep in the bottom of the fourth. George Springer and Jose Altuve added back-to-back homers off losing pitcher Corey Kluber in the fifth before Martin Maldonado (mahr-TEEN' mal-doh-NAH'-doh) hit a solo blast off Cody Allen.
 
     Springer has homered in five straight postseason games, one off the major league record set by Daniel Murphy with the 2015 Mets.
 
     Kluber was tagged for four runs and six hits over 4 2/3 innings.
 
     The series stays in Houston for Game 2 on Saturday.
 

     In Milwaukee, the Brewers received another strong pitching performance in a 4-0 shutout of the Rockies. Jhoulys Chacin scattered three hits over five innings before the bullpen gave up three hits the rest of the way.
 
     Jeremy Jeffress picked up a two-inning save just a day after he blew a 2-0 lead in the ninth inning of Milwaukee's eventual 3-2 victory.
 
     Hernan Perez opened the scoring with an RBI double in the fourth, but the Brewers couldn't take control until their three-run eighth. Mike Moustakas doubled their lead with an RBI single after scoring the game's first run. Erik Kratz followed with a two-run single to cap the scoring.
 
     Moustakas, Perez, Kratz and Travis Shaw each had two of Milwaukee's nine hits.
 
     Tyler Anderson was the hard-luck loser, allowing just four hits over six innings.
 
     The Rockies will be in survival mode when they host Game 3 on Sunday.
 

     The Dodgers still haven't allowed a run in their NL Division Series against the Braves. Clayton Kershaw worked eight innings and the Dodgers followed Thrusday's 6-0 shutout of Atlanta with a 3-0 victory.
 
     Kershaw was outstanding after getting additional rest from manager Dave Roberts, allowing just two hits and no walks. The lefty had just three fly-ball outs and threw 63 of his 85 pitches for strikes.
 
     Manny Machado put Los Angeles on top with a two-run homer in the first inning, one day after Joc Pederson led off the bottom of the first with a home run. Yasmani Grandal also went deep in the fifth, the Dodgers' fifth round-tripper of the series.
 
     Kenley Jansen allowed a ninth-inning single before nailing down the save.
 
     Loser Anibal Sanchez left after 4 2/3 innings, charged with three runs on three hits.
 
     The Dodgers will look to complete a three-game sweep when they face the Braves on Sunday.
 
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     NHL-SCHEDULE
 
     UNDATED (AP) - Friday's two-game NHL schedule began with the Columbus Blue Jackets dropping their home opener, 3-1 to the Carolina Hurricanes.
 
     Sebastian Aho and Micheal Ferland each had a goal and an assist to back Curtis McIlhinney, who stopped 31 shots three days after being picked up off waivers from Toronto.
 
     Brandon Dubinsky scored and Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 32 shots for the Blue Jackets.
 
     The Sharks pulled out a 3-2 win at Los Angeles on Kevin Lebanc's goal 2:54 into overtime. Timo Meier and Evander Kane scored about five minutes apart in the first period to put San Jose ahead, 2-0, but the Kings tied it on goals by Anze Kopitar and Tyler Toffoli.
 
     Martin Jones stopped 13 shots and blanked the Kings following Toffoli's goal 37 seconds into the middle period.
 
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     NHL-NEWS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson is seeking a reduction of the 20-game suspension he received this week for an illegal check during the team's preseason finale.
 
     The NHL Players' Association has filed an appeal on behalf of Wilson within the 48-hour deadline. Commissioner Gary Bettman will hear the appeal, though the date has not been determined.
 
     Wilson won't be able to play again until Bettman renders a decision on the appeal. He received his fourth suspension in 13 months for his hit on Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist.
 
     Elsewhere in the NHL:
 
     - The Devils say forward Jesper Bratt will be out a few weeks because of a broken jaw that won't require surgery. The 20-year-old Swede was hit in the face by a puck that was shot from the point and deflected off the crossbar during a practice on Thursday in Sweden. New Jersey replaced Bratt by inking veteran forward Drew Stafford to a one-year, $810,000 contract.
 
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     NFL-NEWS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - New York Jets defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers is dealing with what coach Todd Bowles calls a "serious" illness and it's uncertain if he'll be on the sideline for the game against Denver.
 
     Bowles made the announcement Friday during his news conference after the Jets' final full practice before facing the Broncos at MetLife Stadium on Sunday.
 
     Bowles, a close friend of Rodgers, wouldn't go into details about what is ailing the 49-year-old coach. Rodgers is in his fourth season as the Jets' defensive coordinator. Bowles says Rodgers is "a tough guy," but adds that the illness is "a serious thing."
 
     Also at Jets camp, the team announced that cornerback Trumaine Johnson will not play against the Broncos on Sunday because of a quadriceps injury. Johnson was hurt during practice Thursday and sat out Friday before being officially ruled out for the game by the team.
 
     In other NFL news:
 
     - The Packers will be without at least one of their starting receivers Sunday at Detroit. Randall Cobb has been ruled out for the second straight week with a hamstring injury.
 
     - Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake is doubtful for Sunday's game at Cincinnati with a knee injury. Wake has been nursing the injury for a couple of weeks and sat out practice for the third day in a row Friday. Cornerback Bobby McCain and tight end A.J. Derby were ruled out.
 
     - Titans will be without two defensive starters against the Bills. Coach Mike Vrabel declaring linebacker Wesley Woodyard and safety Kenny Vaccaro both out for the game.
 
     - Safeties Micah Hyde and Rafael Bush are questionable for Buffalo's game against Tennessee on Sunday. Neither player practiced all week.
 
     - Chargers left tackle Russell Okung is questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders due to a groin injury suffered in last week's victory over the 49ers.
 
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     NFL CONCUSSION SETTLEMENT-SEAU
 
     UNDATED (AP) - The family of the late NFL star Junior Seau has settled its wrongful death lawsuit against the NFL over the popular San Diego linebacker's 2012 suicide.
 
     The confidential settlement comes after the family opted out of the NFL concussion settlement covering more than 20,000 retired players. That plan pays up to $4 million to families of men like Seau, who were found after their deaths to have the brain deterioration known as chronic traumatic encephalopathy or CTE.
 
     The court-approved settlement has OK'd more than $500 million in awards and paid out about $330 million to date. They include awards for 66 CTE claims.
 
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     NBA-NEWS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - Thunder guard Andre Roberson will miss at least two months after a setback in his recovery from left knee surgery. A Thunder spokesman said Roberson underwent a minor procedure Thursday. Roberson previously had been doing non-contact work in practice and had hoped to be ready to play in December. Roberson suffered a ruptured patellar tendon in January and missed the second half of the season. The 6-foot-7 Roberson was an All-Defense second-team selection during the 2016-17 season.
 
     In other NBA news:
 
     - Jimmy Butler is still with the Timberwolves, at least in an official sense. In reality, it remains a mess. And that mess wasn't exactly cleaned up by Timberwolves coach Tom Thibodeau on Friday, who shed little light on the team's efforts to grant Butler's trade request other than acknowledging that efforts actually exist.
 
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     COLLEGE FOOTBALL-COLLEGE CORRUPTION-TEXAS
 
     AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -Texas athletics director Chris Del Conte says a university review into possible rules violations found nothing to substantiate claims made in testimony at a college basketball corruption trial in New York federal court.
 
     Del Conte issued a statement following testimony this week from Brian Bowen Sr., who testified that his son, Brian Jr., was offered thousands of dollars to play at major programs. He says a former Texas assistant could offer to help with housing.
 
     Earlier this year, Texas junior guard Eric Davis Jr. turned pro after being held out several games late in the season after reports raised allegations that he'd taken money from an agent representative.
 

 

 

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