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K-HEART SPORTS - SUNDAY - 03/11/18 - MORNING EDITION

Stanley, Beulah and Hillsboro-Central are headed to the State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament......

    MINOT, ND - Stanley, Beulah and Hillsboro-Central are headed to the State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament.

High School Boys Basketball
    Class B

    Region 8 Tournament - Williston State College
        3rd Place
            Powers Lake 67, Kenmare 60
        Championship
            Stanley 56, New Town 49

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    Region 7 Tournament - Hazen High School
        3rd Place
            Hettinger-Scranton 75, Heart River 46
        Championship
            Beulah 74, Dickinson Trinity 71 2OT

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    Region 2 Tournament - Betty Engelstad Arena in Grand Forks
        3rd Place
            Thompson 54, Park River-Fordville-Lankin 46
        Championship
            Hillsboro-Central Valley 49, Grafton 37

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    That sets up the pairings for the first round of the State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament on Thursday at the Bismarck Event Center.

High School Boys Basketball
    Class B

    State Tournament - Bismarck Event Center
        First Round - Thu, 3/15
            #2 St. John vs Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 1 pm
            #3 Bishop Ryan vs Shiloh Christian, 2:45 pm
            #1 Hillsboro-Central Valley vs Beulah, 6:30 pm
            #4 Stanley vs #5 Carrington, 8:15 pm

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    MINOT, ND - The Bismarck Century boys and girls swept the championships at the State Super A Basketball Tournament in Fargo.

High School Girls Basketball
    Class A
        5th Place
            Fargo Davies 61, West Fargo Sheyenne 48
        3rd Place
            Bismarck St. Mary's 70, Bismarck Legacy 45
        Championship
            Bismarck Century 55, Mandan 51


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High School Boys Basketball
    Class A
        5th Place
            Fargo Shanley 88, Bismarck St. Mary's 64
        3rd Place
            Mandan 104, West Fargo 79
        Championship
            Bismarck Century 63, West Fargo Sheyenne 56

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    FARGO, ND - Anna Holen used to feel starstruck by former North Dakota Miss Basketball award winners. Little did she know that one day her name would be added to the list. The LaMoure-Litchville-Marion guard became the 37th Miss Basketball award winner Saturday at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex in Fargo. The award is presented annually to the top senior player in the state by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

    Holen tallied 19 of 21 first-places votes and received 99 points based on a 5-3-1 voting scale. North Star's Stephanie Miller garnered one first-place vote and 51 points, while Fargo Davies' Raegan Linster received one first-place vote and 39 points.

    Holen guided L-L-M to 95 victories since making varsity as an eighth-grader, and led the Loboes to a Region 3 championship and a third-place finish at the state Class B tournament as a freshman in 2015. The 5-foot-8 Holen posted per-game averages of 20.8 points, 6.8 rebounds, 3.3 assists and 2.1 steals this season, helping the Loboes to a 20-4 record in a region that included four teams ranked inside the state's top seven.

    "She's a competitor. She's one of those kids who wants to win, and when she's out there she does whatever it takes," said LaMoure-Litchville-Marion basketball coach Mitch Carlson. "The leadership she's brought both on and off the court has been tremendous. I feel sort of humbled, because I got to coach one of the better basketball players in the state."

    Miss Basketball adds to an already impressive list of accolades Holen has achieved, including the NDHSAA Distinguished Student award and the Class B Senior Athlete of the Year in volleyball. Holen was the catalyst to the Loboes winning three straight state championships in volleyball, which is the sport she's decided to continue playing collegiately. Holen will follow brother Jake, and all six older siblings, by attending University of Jamestown and playing for the Jimmies.

    Miller, a 5-7 guard and Region 4 senior athlete of the year, averaged 21.2 points, 9.3 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 2.2 steals this season for North Star. She helped the Bearcats to a pair of Region 4 championships in her career and has committed to Lake Region State College in Devils Lake.

    Linster, a 5-foot-10 forward, led the Eagles to their first East Region championship in girls basketball this season, posting per-game averages of 16 points, 5.8 rebounds, 2.6 assists and 2.1 steals. The East Region senior athlete of the year has committed to Southeastern University (Fla.) of the NAIA.

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    KEARNEY, Neb. (MSU) - The Minot State baseball team dropped a pair of games (1-15, 9-10) on Saturday afternoon at Nebraska-Kearney at Memorial Field in Kearney, Neb. The Beavers dropped the first game 15-0 and the second game 10-9. The Beavers and Lopers wrap up the four-game series today at Noon.

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    CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (MSU) - Minot State senior Mitchell Eull finished sixth at the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championships on Saturday at the U.S. Cellular Center. Eull was 1-2 on Saturday and finished the tournament with a 3-3 overall record to earn his sixth-place finish.

    Eull, who finished the season with a 32-7 overall record, had a storybook senior season for the Beavers. He broke the Minot State career wins record, became the first Beaver to win an NCAA Super Region title, became the first MSU wrestler to advance to the NCAA Championships, registered the first NCAA Championship win in school history and became the first Minot State wrestler to earn NCAA All-America honors.

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    NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (MSU) - Matthew Kreutz and Matthew Bean each tied for ninth place overall leading Minot State to a third-place finish at the 4th Annual Minot Junior Golf Association Collegiate Invitational on Saturday at Aliante Golf Club.

    Kreutz finished with an even-par 72 over his final 18 holes to post a two-day total of 226. Bean shot a 76 on his final round and also had a two-day total of 226.

    Michael Schmitz of Winona State captured medalist honors by shooting 73-68-71 to finish with a total of 212.

    Cody Reynolds finished in the top 20 overall as he posted rounds of 76-76-79 to finish tied for 17th with a score of 231.

    Carson Harcourt and Leighton Bearchell rounded out the Beavers scoring group. Harcourt was 29th overall with a score of 240, while Bearchell was 36th overall with a total of 256.

    Aaron Ogrodnick, Sean Semmens and Garrett Kristjanson competed individually for the Beavers. Ogrodnick was tied for 15th with a 230, Semmens placed 32nd overall with a score of 245 and Kristjanson shot a 263 and was 39th overall.

    Winona State won the team title with a score of 877, while Rocky Mountain was second with a total of 895.

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    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND) - Having now played in a school-record 14 overtime games this season, it appears the University of North Dakota hockey team has learned how to thrive in those pressure situations. For the second straight Saturday, the Fighting Hawks came through under pressure in must-win games.

    Junior center Nick Jones banked his second goal of the game off the back of the left leg of Omaha goalie Evan Weninger 53 seconds into the 20-minute, sudden-death session. It gave UND a 4-3 win and sends the Fighting Hawks on to St. Paul next Friday and Saturday for the National Collegiate Hockey Conference's four-team Frozen Faceoff.

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    MINOT, ND - The Minot Minotauros picked up another win last night.

NAHL Hockey
            Minot Minotauros 3, Minnesota Wilderness 2
            Aberdeen Wings 4, Bismarck Bobcats 1

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     EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) - Connor McDavid had two goals and an assist to lead the Edmonton Oilers to a 4-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Saturday night. Leon Draisaitl and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins also scored for the Oilers, who have won three straight. Cam Talbot stopped 32 shots.
 
     Charlie Coyle scored and Devan Dubnyk had 24 saves for the Wild, who snapped a three-game winning streak.
 
     Neither team scored in the first 29 minutes until McDavid skated around Minnesota defenseman Ryan Suter and knocked in his own rebound for his career-high 32nd goal of the season at 9:12 of the second period.
 
     McDavid did it again on the power play with 8 minutes left in the middle period, staying on for a second shift and then sniping a shot in from the top of the circle with Milan Lucic screening Dubnyk in front. McDavid has 18 goals in his last 19 games after getting just 15 in his first 49 of the season.
 
     The Wild pulled within one midway through the third when Coyle converted Tyler Ennis crisp pass through the crease for his 10th of the season.
 
     Edmonton got some insurance with 3:35 remaining as Draisaitl scored a power-play goal while on a 3-on-1 break.
 
     Nugent-Hopkins put the game away with an empty-netter with 2 1/2 minutes left for his 300th career NHL point.
 
     Minnesota outshot Edmonton 12-5 in the scoreless first period.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Virginia, Villanova, Kansas and Arizona are celebrating after capturing their conference tournaments.
 
     Kyle Guy scored 16 points and Devon Hall added 15 as the top-ranked Cavaliers beat No. 12 North Carolina 71-63 in the ACC championship game. Tyler Jerome contributed 12 points, six rebounds and six assists for Virginia, which improved to 31-2 and locked up a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
 
     It's the third ACC tournament title for the Cavaliers, and their second since 2014.
 
     The second-ranked Wildcats went into overtime before claiming the Big East crown with a 76-66 win against Providence. Mikal Bridges scored 25 points, including a pair of 3-pointers in the extra session.
 
     Jalen Brunson tied a career-high with 31 points on an emphatic dunk that set off a blue-and-white celebration of Villanova fans. Brunson also hit a pair of tying free throws before the Friars missed a last-gasp shot at the buzzer to send Providence to its third straight overtime.
 
     The ninth-ranked Jayhawks captured their 11th tournament title by downing No. 18 West Virginia, 81-70 in the Big 12 finale. Devonte Graham piled up 18 points and 13 assists for Kansas, which made its case for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
 
     Silvio DeSousa came up big in place of the injured Udoka Azubuike (oo-DOH'-kah az-oo-BOO'-kay), finishing with 16 points on 8 of 8 shooting.
 
     Malik Newman chipped in 20 points and Zvi Mikhailiuk had 16 for the Jayhawks.
 
     Deandre Ayton was the star as the 15th-ranked Wildcats knocked off Southern California, 75-61 to take the Pac-12 Tournament. Ayton poured in 32 points and grabbed 18 rebounds, giving him 64 points and 32 boards over the final two games of the tourney.
 
     He made 14 of 20 shots from the floor and all four of his free throws to lead Arizona to its 27th victory and ninth Pac-12 title.
 
     Checking out other conference tournament games involving top-25 teams:
 
     - Jarron Cumberland scored 18 points and Gary Clark had 17 with 12 rebounds to rally No. 8 Cincinnati to a 70-60 victory over Memphis. The outcome puts the Bearcats in the American Athletic Conference title game against 21st-rated Houston. Cincinnati trailed 42-29 at intermission but erased the deficit while the Tigers missed 14 of their first 15 shots in the first seven minutes of the second half.
 
     - The Cougars were 77-74 winners over 11th-ranked Wichita State behind Rob Gray's 33 points, including two clutch free throws with five seconds to play. Corey Davis Jr. chipped in 19 points as Houston moved to 26-6.
 
     - Jordan Bone scored 19 points to help spark a hot-shooting first half for No. 13 Tennessee in an 84-66 win over Arkansas in the SEC semifinals. The win is the sixth straight and 13th in the last 15 games for the second-seeded Volunteers, who will try to win their first tournament championship in almost 40 years when they face Kentucky on Sunday.
 
     - Andre Berry scored 18 points and Fatts Russell made two crucial 3-pointers in the final six minutes to help No. 25 Rhode Island rallied past Saint Joseph's 90-87 in the Atlantic 10 semifinals. Jeff Dowtin added 16 points and 10 assists for the Rams, Russell scored 14 points and E.C. Matthews had 11 of his 14 points in the second half for the defending tournament champions.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Miami Heat are back within two games of the NBA's Southeast Division lead after thumping the first-place Washington Wizards.
 
     James Johnson delivered 20 points and Wayne Ellington added 17 as the Heat clobbered the Wizards, 129-102. Tyler Johnson, Josh Richardson, Rodney McGruder and Kelly Olynyk all scored 13 for the Heat.
 
     Miami took control by outscoring the Wizards 43-28 in the third quarter. It was the Heat's highest-scoring quarter in 394 games and helped them end Washington's five-game winning streak.
 
     The outcome drops the Wizards a half-game behind Indiana for the fourth seed in the Eastern Conference.
 
     Checking out Saturday's other NBA action:
 
     - Russell Westbrook notched his 19th triple-double of the season as the Thunder guard provided 21 points, 12 boards and 10 assists in a 104-94 win against the Spurs. Jerami Grant scored 15 points and Corey Brewer added 12 for Oklahoma City, which is two games behind the Northwest Division-leading Trail Blazers.
 
     - Clippers guard Lou Williams dropped in 25 points and Tobias Harris added 21 with seven rebounds in a 113-105 decision over the Magic. DeAndre Jordan chipped in 18 rebounds and nine points in helping Los Angeles move a half-game ahead of Denver for the final Western Conference playoff berth.
 
     - Dwight Howard finished with 30 points and 12 rebounds as the Hornets held off the Suns, 122-115 to end a five-game skid. Nic Batum chipped in 29 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists for Charlotte, which squandered most of a 22-point lead in the final period.
 
     - The Grizzlies' losing streak has reached an NBA season-high 17 games after Harrison Barnes torched them for 25 to lead the Mavericks' 125-80 laugher at Dallas. J.J. Barea scored 20 and helped the Mavs hold the Grizzlies to 26 percent while taking a 26-point halftime lead.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The Tampa Bay Lightning remain six points clear of the Boston Bruins for the NHL's Eastern Conference and Atlantic Division leads.
 
     Nikita Kucherov scored the tying goal in regulation and the deciding shootout goal to lift the Lightning past the Canadiens, 3-2. Kucherov tied it with his 34th goal of the season, beating Antti Niemi with 6:17 left in regulation. He also tallied in the fourth shootout round to allow the Lightning to become the first NHL team with 100 points this season.
 
     The Bruins kept pace with Tampa Bay by completing a 6-0 homestand with a 7-4 rout of the Blackhawks. Brian Gionta and Rick Nash each scored power-play goals during a double-minor on Chicago's Patrick Kane.
 
     David Krejci added a pair of power-play goals and Noel Acciari had a short-handed score for Boston.
 
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
 
     - Erik Haula scored the deciding shootout goal as the Golden Knights beat the Sabres, 2-1 to set an NHL record for road wins by an expansion team. Deryk Engelland tied it with 4:14 left in the third period before the Pacific Division leaders moved to 20-12-3 on the road.
 
     - The Flyers ended a five-game losing streak as Claude Giroux and Andrew McDonald scored in the second period of a 2-1 victory against the Jets. Winnipeg sniper Patrik Laine notched his 40th goal of the season to tie Washington's Alex Ovechkin for the league lead.
 
     - Nashville's team-record 10-game winning streak is over after Brian Boyle scored in the fifth round of a shootout to give the Devils a 3-2 triumph over the Predators. Sami Vatanen and Boyle had the goals in regulation as New Jersey moved ahead of Columbus for the first Eastern Conference wild-card spot. The Predators top the Central Division by seven points over the Jets.
 
     - Mitch Marner had a goal and an assist in the second period while the Maple Leafs were building a 4-0 lead in a 5-2 win over the Penguins. Nazem Kadri scored twice and Morgan Rielly had three assists to help Toronto end a four-game skid and earn their 40th victory.
 
     - The Capitals were 2-0 winners at San Jose as Philipp Grubauer stopped 24 shots in his fifth career shutout. The game was scoreless until Nicklas Backstrom scored with just 1:49 remaining, allowing Washington to take over the Metropolitan Division lead by one point over Pittsburgh.
 
     - Blake Comeau and Carl Soderberg each had a goal and an assist while the Avalanche were taking a 3-1 lead in the first 4 1/2 minutes of a 5-2 verdict over the Coyotes. Tyson Barrie also scored early before Tyson Jost and Mikko Rantanen tallied in the third period to help Colorado move one point ahead of Los Angeles for the final Western Conference wild-card berth.
 
     - Connor McDavid scored the first two goals and had an assist as the Oilers dumped the Wild, 4-1. Leon Draisaitl and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins also scored for Edmonton, which kept Minnesota six points behind the second-place Jets in the Central Division.
 
     - Jaden Schwartz had a goal and two assists as the Blues hammered the Kings, 7-2. Alex Pietrangelo, Ivan Barbashev, Vladimir Tarasenko and Kyle Brodziak each had a goal and an assist, while Jake Allen stopped 40 shots to help St. Louis win for just the second time in 11 games.
 
     - Vincent Trochek had two assists before providing the game-winner in a shootout as the Panthers downed the Rangers, 4-3. Justin Huberdeau (HOO'-bur-doh) had a goal and an assist in Florida's eighth win in nine games.
 
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     CLEVELAND (AP) - A person familiar with the negotiations says the Cleveland Browns have agreed to trade defensive tackle Danny Shelton to the New England Patriots for a future draft pick. Shelton was drafted by the Browns with the No. 12 overall pick in 2015. The 6-foot-2, 335-pounder started 45 of 46 games in three seasons, but his playing time was cut after Cleveland switched to a 4-3 defense last season. Teams can't finalize trades until the new league year begins Wednesday.
 
     In other NFL news:
 
     - The Giants have released punter Brad Wing, who spent three years with the team but struggled last season. His 36.7-yard net average last season ranked last in the NFL among punters eligible for the final statistics.
 
     - Former Bears tight end Chris Gedney has died at 47. His death Friday was announced by Syracuse University, where he was an All-American and a senior associate athletic director. No cause of death was disclosed.
 
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    NEW YORK (AP) - Kansas City Royals outfielder Jorge Bonifacio has been suspended 80 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance. Boldenone was detected in Bonifacio's system, leading to a punishment that will begin on opening day. The 24-year-old made his big league debut last season, hitting .255 with 17 home runs and 40 RBIs in 113 games.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - UConn has fired basketball coach Kevin Ollie, with the team under NCAA investigation and the Huskies having completed their second straight losing season. The university said in a statement Saturday it has "initiated disciplinary procedures" to dismiss him for "just cause." The school says it would have no further comment until its "disciplinary process" and the ongoing NCAA inquiry are complete.
 
     Ollie spent six seasons at UConn and won the national championship in 2014. He was also an assistant under Hall of Fame coach Jim Calhoun on the 2011 NCAA title team.
 
     In other college basketball news:
 
     - Georgia is dropping coach Mark Fox after a nine-year run that included just two NCAA Tournament appearances. The Bulldogs likely needed to win the SEC Tournament to land an invitation to the NCAA Tournament and possibly save Fox's job. The decision to fire Fox came one day after the Bulldogs' loss to Kentucky in the conference quarterfinals, leaving Georgia 18-15.
 
     - Missouri forward Jordan Barnett has been arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated. The Missouri University Police Department says Barnett was arrested early Saturday after failing to drive within a single lane. Barnett is Missouri's second-leading scorer and rebounder.
 
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     AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly says participation in the 2022 Olympics in China is possible but not essential to the league's efforts to grow the sport in the world's largest country.
 
     The NHL was criticized by the International Olympic Committee and fans for not allowing NHL players to compete in the recent Olympics in South Korea. After letting them play in the previous five Olympics, the NHL said it didn't want to disrupt the midseason schedule or risk players to serious injury this year. But China could be different as the NHL eyes a market of 1.4 billion people.
 

 

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