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The Minot State soccer team will meet Minnesota State today in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Tournament Championship match.....

    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - The Minot State soccer team will meet Minnesota State today in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Tournament Championship match at 1 p.m. on The Pitch at Minnesota State. The Beavers, who are 13-4-3 overall, are vying for their first NSIC Championship since the 2012 season.

Minot State opened tournament play with a 3-2 victory over St. Cloud State in Herb Parker Stadium. A familiar foe awaited Minot State in the semifinals as Mary stood between the Beavers and the championship match. Minot State got two goals from Haley Berryman and a goal from Cinthya Samaniego to post a 3-1 victory over the Marauders.

    The winner of today's championship will earn an automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament, while the loser will have to wait until Monday night when the bracket is revealed by the NCAA.


    MINOT, ND - We now know which teams will play in the Dakota Bowl on Friday in Fargo.

High School Football
    Class AA
            #1 Fargo Shanley 21, #4 Jamestown 14
            #2 Bismarck St. Mary's 41, #3 Central Cass 20

High School Football
    Class A
            (2-1) Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 22, (4-1) Bowman County 19
            (1-1) Hillsboro-Central Valley 44, (4-2) Dickinson Trinity 8

High School Football
            (1-1) Thompson 38, (3-2) Oakes 7
            (5-1) New Salem-Glen Ullin 18, (6-1) Ray-Powers Lake 7


    NEW TOWN, ND - The Mon-Dak Conference Pre-Season Basketball Tournament finishes today in New Town.

College Men's Basketball
    Mon-Dak Pre-season Basketball Tournament
        Consolation Round
            Bismarck State 86, Miles City Community College 84
            Lake Region State 78, Dakota College at Bottineau 63
            North Dakota State College of Science 84, United Tribes Technical College 76
            Williston State 97, Dawson Community College 76

      Today's schedule
        7th Place
            Miles City Community College vs Dakota College at Bottineau, 12 pm
        5th Place
            Bismarck State vs Lake Region State, 4 pm
        3rd Place
            United Tribes Technical College vs Dawson Community College 12 pm
            North Dakota State College of Science vs Williston State, 4 pm


College Women's Basketball
    Mon-Dak Pre-season Basketball Tournament
        Consolation Round
            North Dakota State College of Science 81, United Tribes Technical College 48
            Dakota College at Bottineau 58, Williston State 54
            Miles City Community College 86, Dawson Community College 44
            Bismarck State 78, Lake Region State 71

      Today's schedule
        7th Place
            United Tribes Technical College vs Williston State, 10 am
        5th Place
            North Dakota State College of Science vs Dakota College at Bottineau, 2 pm
        3rd Place
            Dawson Community College vs Lake Region State, 10 am
            Miles City Community College vs Bismarck State, 2 pm


    MINOT, ND - The MSU Women's hockey team score a win yesterday.

College Womens Hockey
            Minot State 10, North Dakota State 1

NAHL Hockey
            Austin Bruins 4, Minot Minotauros 0
            Minnesota Wilderness 4, Bismarck Bobcats



    ST. CLOUD, Minn. (MSU) - Junior Shelby Spuller broke the Minot State school record for kills in a season in the Division II era, but the Beavers dropped their season finale to No. 4 Minnesota Duluth 25-13, 25-9, 25-15 on Saturday in a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference match in Romano Gymnasium. Spuller finished the season with 401 kills, which topped the DII record of 400 kills set by Mallory Sell in 2012.

    Minot State finished the season with a 13-17 overall and 6-14 mark in the NSIC. The 13 wins by the Beavers is the most in the Division II era. The Beavers six NSIC wins is the third most in the DII era



    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - Kiante Goudeau had four tackles and returned an interception for a touchdown, but St. Cloud State scored 21 straight points to end the game to defeat Minot State 30-23 in a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference game on Senior Day on Saturday in Herb Parker Stadium. Minot State is 1-9 overall and 1-9 in the NSIC. Minot State will conclude the 2018 season on Saturday (Nov. 10) when it visits Bemidji State.



     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Easton Stick threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score and top-ranked North Dakota State clinched the Missouri Valley Football Conference's automatic berth to the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs with a 17-7 victory over Youngstown State on Saturday.
     The Bison (9-0, 6-0), No. 1 in the FCS coaches poll, beat Youngstown State for a sixth straight time and upped their FCS-best winning streak to 15.
     The only score of the first half came when Stick hooked up with Lance Dunn from 30 yards out with 9:07 remaining in the second quarter to put the Bison up 7-0. The Penguins (3-6, 2-4) missed a golden opportunity to tie the game in the final seconds of the first half. A blocked punt gave Youngstown State the ball at the NDSU 12-yard line, but Nathan Mays lost track of downs and on fourth-and 1 from the 3 he spiked the ball trying to stop the clock, turning the ball over with 9 seconds left.
     The Penguins managed to pull even with 2:45 left in the third quarter on a 21-yard scoring strike from Mays to Miles Joiner, but Stick ran it in from a yard out early in the fourth quarter and Cam Pedersen added a 36-yard field goal with 5:13 remaining to wrap up the win.
     Dunn finished with 100 yards rushing on 18 carries and Stick completed 13 of 23 passes for 197 yards. Youngstown State managed just 280 yards of offense.


     MOSCOW, Idaho (AP) - Mason Petrino threw an 8-yard touchdown pass to Jeff Cotton Jr. with 27 seconds left to help Idaho rally for a 31-27 win over North Dakota on Saturday.
     Petrino finished 27-of-50 passing for 277 yards and two scores with no interceptions. Cotton had 10 receptions for 137 yards - both career highs - and Isaiah Saunders added 97 yards rushing, including a 43-yard touchdown, on 17 carries for Idaho (4-5, 3-4 Big Sky).
     Jalen Hoover blocked a punt and freshman tight end Connor Whitney returned it 3 yards for a score to pull the Vandals within three midway through the fourth quarter. The teams exchanged punts until, after three-and-out by North Dakota (5-4, 3-3), Petrino led an 11-play, 57-yard drive - including a 10-yard pass to David Ungerer on fourth-and-6 - before Cotton's touchdown catch capped the scoring.
     Brady Oliveira had 28 carries for a career-high 190 yards rushing and two touchdowns for the Fighting Hawks. Garett Maag had seven catches for 74 yards and two scores, including a 10-yard TD that gave UND a 27-17 lead with 12:37 left.



    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND) -  University of North Dakota freshman defenseman Jacob Bernard-Docker threaded a point wrist shot through traffic and past the right shoulder of Wisconsin goalie Daniel Lebedeff 21 seconds into overtime Saturday night on a 5-on-3 power play to give the Fighting Hawks a 3-2 win over the Badgers and a sweep of the weekend series. It was his second goal in two nights against Wisconsin. The Fighting Hawks are now 10-1-2 in their last 13 games against Wisconsin.



     ST. LOUIS (AP) - Eric Staal got his 400th career goal to lead the Minnesota Wild to a 5-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues on Saturday night.
     Staal became just the 96th player in NHL history to reach the milestone, accomplishing the feat less than five minutes into the game. He joined Alex Ovechkin, Patrick Marleau, Ilya Kovalchuk, Sidney Crosby, and Marian Gaborik as the only active players with the mark.
     Nick Seeler, J.T. Brown, Matt Dumba and Eric Fehr also scored for the Wild. Devan Dubnyk stopped 15 shots.
     Ryan O'Reilly scored for St. Louis, and Jake Allen finished with 40 saves.
     Staal, who began his career in NHL and skated in his 1,100th game on Oct. 19th, opened the scoring at 4:42 of the first period with his fifth of the season.
     Just five seconds later, Seeler got the first of his career as he beat Allen with a slap shot from the left circle to make it 2-0. He also had two assists on the night for the first three point game of his career.
     The Blues cut the lead in half as O'Reilly flipped the puck stick side past Dubnyk on the power play at 11:32. O'Reilly has now scored at least one point in seven consecutive games.
     The Wild restored their two-goal lead with 1:51 left in the first when Brown broke away on a turnover from Jay Bouwmeester and blasted it over Allen's left shoulder for Minnesota's first unassisted goal and his first of the season.
     The lone score of the second period came with 4 1/2 minutes left when Brayden Schenn lost the puck in the neutral zone and Mikael Granlund passed it ahead to defenseman Dumba for his his fourth. St. Louis challenged the play for offsides, but video replay upheld the initial call. Granlund now has a point in 10 straight games.
     Schenn was not on the bench and did not play in the third period, for an undisclosed reason.
     Fehr scored his second of the season at 9:15 of the third to cap the scoring.
     UP NEXT
     Wild: At San Jose on Tuesday night.

     UNDATED (AP) - Top-ranked Alabama and No. 6 Georgia will square off in the SEC title game after both teams wrapped up their division crowns on Saturday.
     Tua Tagovailoa threw two touchdown passes and ran 44 yards for a score in the Crimson Tide's 29-0 shutout of No. 4 LSU. Tagovailoa was 25-of-42 passing for 295 yards while playing into the fourth quarter for the first time this season.
     Alabama led 16-0 by halftime and forced LSU punts on the Tigers' first nine possessions. The Tide finished with a 576-196 advantage in total yards and had the ball for over 35 minutes.
     D'Andre Swift ran for a career-high 156 yards and two touchdowns on 16 carries as the Bulldogs trounced No. 11 Kentucky, 34-17. Swift had an 83-yard breakaway in the third quarter that gave the 8-1 Bulldogs a 28-3 lead.
     Georgia rushed for a season-high 331 yards, with Elijah Holyfield running for a career-high 115 on 18 carries.
     The win puts the Bulldogs in the Dec. 1 SEC championship game in Atlanta.
     In other Top 25 games:
     - Travis Etienne rushed for 153 yards and two touchdowns and defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence add a 2-yard TD burst as No. 2 Clemson buried Louisville 77-16. Trevor Lawrence threw a pair of early touchdowns for the 9-0 Tigers, and Etienne went over the 1,000-yard rushing mark and scored his ACC-leading 15th touchdown.
     - Ian Book threw for threw two touchdown passes and ran 23 yards for a score in the closing minutes of third-ranked Notre Dame's 31-21 victory at Northwestern. Book improved to 6-0 as the starter, going 22 of 34 for 343 yards.
     - Shea Patterson accounted for three touchdowns and Karan Higdon ran for 132 yards and a score that put fifth-ranked Michigan ahead 35-0 early in the fourth quarter of a 42-7 dismantling of No. 14 Penn State. Michigan's defense held Penn State to 186 yards and forced three turnovers, including Tommy Stevens' interception that was returned 62 yards by Brandon Watson for its second score of the afternoon.
     - Kyler Murray passed for 360 yards and three touchdowns and ran for 100 yards and another score to rally No. 7 Oklahoma to a 51-46 victory over Texas Tech. Murray recovered from a pair of early interceptions that led to a two-touchdown deficit for the 8-1 Sooners.
     - Eighth-ranked Ohio State pulled out a 36-31 win over Nebraska as J.K. Dobbins ran for three touchdowns and Dwayne Haskins Jr. passed for two more.  Dobbins rushed for a season-high 163 yards and Mike Weber added 91 for the Buckeyes.
     - Gardner Minshew had 334 passing yards and threw a 10-yard touchdown pass to Easop Winston Jr. with 32 seconds left to lift No. 10 Washington State past California, 19-13. The Cougars have a 12-game home winning streak, fourth-longest in the nation.
     - Will Grier threw a 33-yard touchdown pass to Gary Jennings with 16 seconds left and ran in the 2-point conversion to send 12th-ranked West Virginia to a 42-41 win over No. 15 Texas. Grier finished with 346 yards passing and three touchdowns, two to David Sills.
     - Drew Lock picked apart Florida's defense for the second straight year, throwing three touchdown passes to lead Missouri to a 38-17 victory against the 13th-ranked Gators. Lock completed 24 of 32 passes for 250 yards, with scoring throws to Albert Okwuegbunam, Kam Scott and Emanuel Hall.
     - Manny Wilkins threw three touchdown passes to N'Keal Harry  in leading Arizona State's 38-20 win against No. 16 Utah. The Utes lost sole possession of first place in Pac-12 South and finished the game without quarterback Tyler Huntley because of a broken collarbone.
     - Ben Hicks threw for 318 yards and four touchdowns and SMU beat No. 17 Houston 45-31. Justin Guy-Robinson and James Proche each had nine receptions and combined for 224 yards.
     - Purdue pulled out a 38-36 win over No. 19 Iowa on Spencer Evans' 25-yard field goal with eight seconds to play. David Blough threw three touchdown passes to Terry Wright and topped the 300-yard mark for the fifth time this season.
     - Marcus McMaryion threw for two touchdowns and 274 yards, while the Fresno State defense had a near-perfect game in a 48-3 trouncing of UNLV. The 20th-rated Bulldogs allowed just 175 total yards through three quarters and held quarterback Max Gilliam to 98 passing yards.
     - Nick Fitzgerald threw for 243 yards and four touchdowns in No. 21 Mississippi State's 45-3 pounding of Louisiana Tech. Fitzgerald completed 17 of 28 passes and also ran for 107 yards while the Bulldogs gave up just 238 total yards.
     - Eric Dungey rushed for 119 yards and Jarveon Howard ran for two scores to lead No. 22 Syracuse to a 41-24 rout of Wake Forest. Dungey ran for a 26-yard TD and was 23 of 35 for 157 yards to help the 7-2 Orange win their first game as a top 25 team since 2001.
     - No. 24 Boston College was a 31-21 winner at Virginia Tech behind Travis Levy's two touchdown runs. The Eagles limited the Hokies to 32 yards in the third quarter and erased a 14-7 deficit with 21 unanswered points after halftime.
     - Auburn beat 25th-rated Texas A&M, 28-24 on Seth Williams' 11-yard scoring strike from Jarrett Stidham with 1:41 to play. The Tigers sputtered early on offense but finished with a 14-point outburst over the final 5:14.

     UNDATED (AP) - Victor Oladipo led the Indiana Pacers to a one-point win over the Boston Celtics.
     Oladipo drained a 3-pointer with 3.4 seconds left to send the Pacers past the Celtics, 102-101. Boston led 101-97 until Oladipo hit two free throws with 29.2 seconds remaining. He finished with 24 points and 12 rebounds for the Pacers, who trailed by 10 after one quarter before ending the Celtics' four-game winning streak.
     Marcus Morris had a team-high 23 points and six rebounds for the Celtics.
     Checking out Saturday's other NBA games:
     - James Harden returned from his three-game injury absence and scored 11 of his 25 points in a decisive third quarter that propelled the Rockets past the Bulls, 96-88. The reigning MVP scored 11 straight points in a 1:59 span of the third as the Rockets went on a 15-0 run.
     - Gary Harris scored 20 points and Jamal Murray added 19 as the Nuggets won their fourth in a row, 103-88 against the Jazz. Malik Beasley and Mason Plumlee hit key 3-pointers in a fourth-quarter flurry that erased Utah's 77-71 lead.
     - The Spurs also picked up their fourth straight win as DeMar DeRozan hit for 26 points and LaMarcus Aldridge added 22 with 12 rebounds in a 109-95 downing of New Orleans. Dante Cunningham and Patty Mills each added 15 points in helping San Antonio deal the Pelicans their fifth consecutive loss since a 4-0 start.
     - Joel Embiid scored 32 of his 39 points in a dominating first half and had 17 rebounds in the 76ers' 109-99 win over the Pistons. Embiid made 10 of 18 field goals and 18 of 23 free throws to help Philadelphia improve to 6-0 at home.
     - LeBron James had 28 points and Rajon Rondo contributed 17 points and 10 assists off the bench in the Lakers' 114-110 win at Portland. Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum each scored 30 points for the Trail Blazers.
     - Jeremy Lamb had a season-high 19 points and eight rebounds as the Hornets throttled the Cavaliers, 126-94 to get to .500 for the season. Kemba Walker had 18 points and Malik Monk added 16 for the Hornets, who dropped Cleveland to 1-8.
     - Trae Young had 24 points and a career-high 15 assists as the Hawks dumped the Heat, 123-118 to halt a four-game skid. Taurean Prince and Dewayne Dedmon each scored 15 points for Atlanta, which blew a 15-point, second-half lead before sending Miami to its third straight loss.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Pittsburgh Penguins are still looking for their first victory since they ran the table on a four-game road trip.
     Frederik Andersen turned back 31 shots and Morgan Rielly scored twice as the Maple Leafs routed the Pens, 5-0 in Toronto. John Tavares added a goal and an assist for the Leafs, who improved to 6-0 on the road and won for the first time since losing center Auston Matthews to a shoulder injury.
     Andersen picked up his 16th career shutout and stopped Evgeni Malkin's nine-game point streak.
     Matt Murray made 26 saves in Pittsburgh's third straight loss.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - Roman Josi's first-period goal was enough offense for Pekka Rinne and the Predators in a 1-0 victory over the Bruins. Rinne stopped 26 shots in his 53rd career shutout as Nashville improved to a league-best 11-3-0.
     - The Stars beat the Capitals, 4-3 on Jason Dickenson's goal at 3:17 of overtime. Jason Spezza and Tyler Pitlick scored 10 seconds apart in the first period to help Dallas get its third straight win.
     - Steven Stamkos scored twice and Anton Stralman had three assists to send the Lightning past the Canadiens, 4-1. J.T. Miller and Yanni Gourde also scored and Andrei Vasilevskiy handled 34 shots as Tampa Bay improved to 6-0 against the Eastern Conference this season.
     - The Islanders won their fifth in a row as Thomas Greiss stopped 35 shots in a 3-0 shutout of the Devils. Josh Bailey ran his point streak to eight games by setting up goals by Jordan Eberle and Brock Nelson.
     - Kyle Brodziak scored his first two goals of the season and Connor McDavid extended his points streak to seven games by collecting two assists in the Oilers' 4-3 win over the Red Wings. Drake Caggiula and Alex Chiasson also scored in Edmonton's fifth victory in six games.
     - Nick Seeler had a goal and two assists while the Wild outshot the Blues, 45-16 in a 5-1 rout at St. Louis. Eric Fehr scored once and had an assist in Minnesota's seventh victory in eight games.
     - Timo Meier's second goal of the night lifted the Sharks past the Flyers, 4-3. San Jose trailed three times before forcing OT on Joe Thornton's first goal of the season, tying it with 4:57 to play.
     - Third-period goals by Sean Monahan, Michael Frolik and Mikael Backlund allowed the Flames to rally past the Blackhawks, 5-3. Monahan finished with two goals and Matthew Tkachuk also scored as Calgary got its fifth win this season when trailing after two periods.
     - Jeff Skinner and Jason Pominville each had two goals and an assist as the Sabres clobbered the Senators, 9-2. Pominville ran his point streak to seven games after being honored in a pregame ceremony for playing in his 1,000th game Thursday.
     - Marc-Andre Fleury notched his 50th career shutout with a 36-save effort in the Golden Knights' 3-0 win against the Hurricanes. Brad Hunt and William Carrier scored their first goals of the season to help Vegas improve to 6-7-1.
     - The Kings were victorious for the second time in three tries since a six-game skid as Jeff Carter provided the eventual game-winning goal and had an assist in a 4-1 verdict over the Blue Jackets. Dustin Brown added a short-handed goal and had two assists for Los Angeles.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Texas Rangers have hired Los Angeles Dodgers third base coach Chris Woodward as their manager, six weeks after Jeff Banister was fired.
     Woodward inherits a team that went 67-95 and finished last in its division, with the focus turning to the development of younger players. Texas had its first consecutive losing seasons since 2005-08.
     The team said he received a three-year contract with a club option for 2022.
     In other major league news:
     - Pitcher Jairo Capellan was killed and two other Cincinnati Reds minor leaguers were injured in a car accident Saturday morning in the Dominican Republic. Reds president of baseball operations Dick Williams confirmed Capellan's death and said pitcher Raul Hernandez was in critical condition and outfielder Emilio Garcia in stable condition.

     UNDATED (AP) - Nathan Peterman will be the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback on Sunday against the Chicago Bears. The Bills said Saturday that Derek Anderson and rookie linebacker Tremaine Edmunds have not cleared concussion protocol.
     Rookie quarterback Josh Allen has a sprained elbow and already has been ruled out for a third straight game. Anderson was hurt in the final minutes of a 25-6 loss to New England on Monday night.
     Buffalo signed journeyman Matt Barkley on Wednesday to back up Peterman.
     In other NFL news:
     - The Cardinals have released quarterback Sam Bradford, whose eight NFL seasons have been plagued by injuries. Bradford signed a one-year, $20 million contract in the offseason and started the first three games before being replaced by rookie Josh Rosen.
     - The Bears have placed right guard Kyle Long on injured reserve because of a tendon injury in his right foot.  The three-time Pro Bowl lineman was injured in the closing minutes of the Bears' 24-10 victory over the Jets last week.
     - Packers receiver Geronimo Allison will miss Sunday's game against the Patritos due to multiple injuries. The Packers downgraded Allison from doubtful on Saturday.
     - A person familiar with the move says the Oakland Raiders are planning to cut Bruce Irvin. The team's leading pass rusher's playing time was significantly reduced in recent weeks. The Raiders have decided to cut ties with Irvin two days after he played just nine snaps in a 34-3 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

     PARIS (AP) - Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer 7-6 (6), 5-7, 7-6 (3) in an epic Paris Masters semifinal lasting three hours, finally sealing victory when Federer hit a backhand into the net after saving two match points.
     Djokovic's fourth straight win over Federer and 25th in 47 contests sends him into the final against unseeded Russian Karen Khachanov, who has never played in a Masters final. Khachanov beat Dominic Thiem 6-4, 6-1 earlier Saturday.
     Djokovic is on a 22-match winning streak and will aim to move level with Rafael Nadal on a record 33 Masters titles.


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