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K-HEART SPORTS - TUESDAY - 11/06/18 - PM EDITION

32 teams still have hope of a State Class B Volleyball championship as semifinals are held at the eight region tournaments tonight....

    MINOT, ND - 32 teams still have hope of a State Class B Volleyball championship as semifinals are held at the eight region tournaments tonight.

High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 6 Tournament - Minot Auditorium
            (District-Seed)
            Semifinal
                (12-1) Des Lacs-Burlington vs. (12-3) Lewis & Clark, 6 pm
                (11-1) Rugby vs. (12-2) Our Redeemer's, 25 min after

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High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 8 Tournament - Tioga
            (District-Seed)
            Semifinal
                (16-1) Stanley vs. (16-3) Ray, 6 pm
                (16-2) Kenmare vs. (16-4) Divide County, 25 min after

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High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 7 Tournament - Dickinson Trinity
            (Super Regional Seed)
            Semifinal
                #1 Dickinson Trinity vs. #5 Heart River, 6 pm Central
                #2 Hettinger-Scranton vs. #3 Bowman County, 25 min after

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High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 5 Tournament - Underwood
            (Super Regional Seed)
            Semifinal
                #1 Center-Stanton vs. #4 Flasher, 6 pm
                #2 Shiloh Christian vs. #3 Garrison-Max, 25 min after

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High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 4 Tournament - Devils Lake
            (Super Regional Seed)
            Semifinal
                #1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich vs. #5 Rolla, 6 pm
                #2 North Star vs. #3 New Rockford-Sheyenne, 25 min after

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High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 3 Tournament - LaMoure HS
            (District-Seed)
            Semifinal
                (6-1) Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter vs. (5-2) Carrington, 5 pm
                (5-1) Oakes vs. (6-2) Linton-HMB, 25 min after

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High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 2 Tournament - Hillsboro HS
            (Super Regional Seed)
            Semifinal
                #1 Thompson vs. #4 Grafton, 5 pm
                #2 May-Port-CG vs. #3 Park River-Fordville-Lankin, 25 min after

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High School Volleyball
    Class B
        Region 1 Tournament - Northern Cass HS
            (Super Regional Seed)
            Semifinal
                #1 Northern Cass vs. #4 Richland, 6 pm
                #2 Fargo Oak Grove vs. #3 Central Cass, 25 min after

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     COLLEGE BASKETBALL
 
     UNDATED (AP) - It's the traditional opening event for the college basketball season -- and tonight, the Champions Classic in Indianapolis features top-ranked Kansas and second-ranked Kentucky. Kansas takes on Michigan State, and then it's Kentucky against fourth-ranked Duke.
 
     Kansas coach Bill Self isn't sure what to expect. The Jayhawks were sloppy in a pair of easy exhibition wins. And they're facing a team that will be a major upgrade over the Division Two schools they beat.
 
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     NHL-BLACKHAWKS-QUENNEVILLE
 
     CHICAGO (AP) - The Blackhawks have fired three-time Stanley Cup winning coach Joel Quenneville. General manager Stan Bowman announced the startling dismissal of Quenneville and assistants Kevin Dineen and Ulf Samuelsson on today and appointed Jeremy Colliton the new coach. Chicago was off to a 6-6-3 start and missed the playoffs last season.
 
     Quenneville took over as Blackhawks coach early in the 2008-09 season and led them to Stanley Cup in 2010, 2013 and 2015. He went 452-249-96 during the regular season, and Chicago made the playoffs in nine of 10 full seasons with Quenneville behind the bench.
 
     Quenneville is the second NHL coach to be fired over the past three days. The Los Angeles Kings fired John Stevens on Sunday.
 
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     NBA NEWS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - Cavaliers forward Sam Dekker could be out a month with a sprained left ankle. Dekker got hurt during the third quarter of Cleveland's 102-100 loss at Orlando on Monday night. Dekker underwent further tests Tuesday that revealed the sprain. The Cavaliers said he will begin rehab and be sidelined for approximately two to four weeks.
 
     Dekker's injury is another blow to the Cavaliers, who are 1-9 this season. Cleveland recently changed coaches and is expected to be without All-Star forward Kevin Love for at least six weeks. Love underwent foot surgery last week.
 
     In other NBA news:
 
     - Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook will miss Wednesday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers because of a sprained left ankle. A Thunder spokesman says the team wants to see how the ankle responds to treatment for the next few days before providing another update. The Thunder won their fifth straight game by beating the New Orleans Pelicans 122-116 on Monday but lost Westbrook in the third quarter.
 
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     NFL NEWS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - The Detroit Lions have released running back Ameer Abdullah, cutting ties with their seldom-used, second-round pick from the 2015 draft. Detroit also signed running back Zach Zenner and receiver Bruce Ellington on Tuesday.
 
     Abdullah had one carry, two catches and returned four kickoffs in three games this year.
 
     Detroit waived Zenner from the reserve-injured list nearly two months ago after he hurt his back in the preseason finale. He had 420 yards rushing and five touchdowns over three seasons with the Lions.
 
     Ellington had eight receptions for 92 yards and a touchdown in three games this season with the Houston Texans.
 
     Elsewhere around the league:
 
     - The San Francisco 49ers are sticking with Nick Mullens as their starting quarterback after his spectacular debut performance. Mullens said coach Kyle Shanahan told him that he will remain the starter for the upcoming game against the New York Giants.
 
     - New York Giants rookie quarterback Kyle Lauletta apologized after his arrest last week for traffic violations in Weehawken, N.J.  According to Weehawken police accounts, Lauletta, the Giants' fourth-round pick from Richmond, was driving his 2017 Jaguar on Tuesday morning, Oct. 30, when he was stopped for failing to obey a police officer's order to continue driving straight. The report says Lauletta almost hit a police officer while making an illegal turn. He was stopped by a second police officer and refused to produce a driver's license or exit the car.
 
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     MLB NEWS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - The Reds have hired Turner Ward from the Dodgers as their hitting coach, their second significant addition under new manager David Bell.
 
     Cincinnati also hired Derek Johnson from Milwaukee as its pitching coach. The Dodgers and Brewers played in the NL Championship Series, with Los Angeles advancing to the World Series for the second straight year and losing to Boston.
 
     Ward spent the last three seasons as the Dodgers' hitting coach. They set club records for homers, extra-base hits and slugging percentage each of the last two seasons. The Dodgers led the NL with 235 homers last season.
 
     The Reds finished eighth in the NL in runs and ninth in homers despite playing in one of its most hitter-friendly ballparks.
 
     In other MLB news:
 
     - The Mariners have hired Paul Davis as their pitching coach after his five seasons working in the St. Louis Cardinals organization.  He spent most of his time with the Cardinals working in their minor league system. Last season, Davis was the Cardinals' manager of pitching analytics and worked with pitchers at all levels of the St. Louis organization. He also served as the club's assistant pitching coordinator for the minor league system in 2016-17.
 

 

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