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Wed., 1/23/19

- First Baptist Church of Minot has cancelled all services and activities tonight




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The North Dakota High School Coaches Association has named their all-state teams for Class B Girls Softball and Girls Soccer.....

    MINOT, ND - The North Dakota High School Coaches Association has named their all-state teams for Class B Girls Softball and Girls Soccer.

N.D. Class B All-State Softball
        Bishop Ryan - McKinlee Harmon
        Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark - Erica Hermanson, Bryn Benno
        Wilton-Wing - Lauren Koski
        Heart River - Abby Kessel
        Watford City - Mikka Haugeberg
        Stanley - Alyssa Ruden
        Beulah - Pheobe Garman
        Thompson - Kailen Dolleslager
        Grafton - Brandi Niemann
        Mayville-Portland-CG - Hannah Ust
        Hillsboro-Central Valley - Laura Spurgeon
        Central Cass - Maddy Sweep, Halie Holzer, Lexi Buhr
        Kindred-Richland - Amanda Roesler, Theresa Klinnert
N.D. Girls Soccer All-State Team
    First team
        Minot - Allison Lepp
        Bismarck St. Mary's - Abby Koop, Lizzy Preszler
        Jamestown - Peyton Rudnick
        Bismarck Century - Kate Weigum
        Bismarck High -- Elle Hill
        Fargo Davies - Breanna Nelson, Megan Barnick
        West Fargo Sheyenne - Madison Urlaub, Brooke Boyer
        Fargo Shanley - Tabby Kelsch
        West Fargo - Emmy Burtsfield

    Second team
        Minot -- MaLiah Burke, Becca Kostenko
        Mandan - Liz Geiger
        Bismarck Legacy - Brooke Binegar
        Bismarck Century - Rowyn Schollmeyer
        Bismarck High - Rachel Burgard
        Grand Forks Central - Payton Stanich
        Fargo Davies - Annie Mund, Brooke Bergen
        Fargo North - Abby Naseth, Elise Bakke
        Fargo South - Graysen Myers

     GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - Eleven former University of North Dakota women's hockey players have filed a discrimination lawsuit seeking to reinstate the program that was cut 15 months ago.
     The federal complaint filed Tuesday against the North Dakota University System alleges that the university violated Title IX laws that prohibit women from being treated differently because of gender. The suit says the hockey program was "the most prominent and popular sport" among women's athletic programs at the college.
     The players are seeking class-action status on behalf of the university's "current, prospective and future female students" affected by dropping the program.
     University system officials did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
     The U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights recently dismissed two discrimination complaints over the decision to drop the program.


     UNDATED (AP) - Miguel Cabrera's season is over, leaving Detroit without its biggest star at a time when there wasn't much else for Tigers fans to latch onto.  Cabrera ruptured his left biceps tendon on a swing during Tuesday night's 6-4 loss to the Minnesota Twin, just a couple of weeks after the two-time MVP returned from a DL stint due to a right hamstring strain. The 35-year-old will have surgery this week. Manager Ron Gardenhire says the slugger's status for the 2019 season won't be known until after the operation. He still has $154 million left on a contract that runs through 2023. Cabrera batted .301 with three homers and 22 RBIs for a team that wasn't expected to compete in the AL Central.
    Game two of that three-game series in Detroit is tonight as Jose Berrios (7-5, 3.66 ERA) throws against Matthew Boyd (4-4, 3.20 ERA). Berrios struck out 10 and threw his second complete game of the season last Thursday against the White Sox.

     In other MLB news:
     - Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard has been prescribed more rest after getting a second opinion on a strained ligament in his index finger. Manager Mickey Callaway said Syndergaard's right finger is "tender to the touch." Syndergaard, on the disabled list retroactive to May 26, was examined Tuesday in New York. There is no immediate timetable for his return.
     - Nationals slugger Bryce Harper says he's "fine" after being hit by a pair of pitches during Tuesday night's 3-0 loss to the Yankees. Harper fell to the ground in pain after getting plunked on the right elbow by a 90 mph pitch from CC Sabathia (suh-BATH'-ee-uh). He stayed in the game until he was hit on the left foot by Dellin Betances' 89 mph slider in the eighth inning.
     - The Ohio Supreme Court has heard arguments in a dispute over promotions including bobbleheads and other items offered by the Cincinnati Reds to ticket buyers. At issue is whether the Reds are exempt from paying tax on the purchase of the promotional items. Attorneys for the Reds argue they don't have to pay tax because they resell the promotional items as part of the ticket package. Ohio law exempts companies from paying tax on items they buy to resell. A decision is not expected for several weeks.


     UNDATED (AP) - The Washington Redskins say they no longer have a waiting list for fans wanting to buy season tickets.  The team's new chief operation officer, Brian Lafemina, says today that the Skins are "taking a fresh look at every area of the business."  Season tickets are available for purchase as of today. The Redskins ranked 28th in the 32-team NFL last season in home attendance as a percentage of stadium capacity, at about 88 percent.
     In other NFL news:
     - San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Marquise Goodwin has won the 2018 George Halas Award from the Professional Football Writers of America. The Halas Award is given to a NFL player, coach or staff member who overcomes the most adversity to succeed. Goodwin had a career year on the field while dealing with two deaths in the family. He had 56 receptions for 962 yards and two touchdowns and was third in the NFL in reception average at 17.2 yards.
     - A former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader has filed a federal lawsuit against the team, alleging she wasn't paid for all her work and made less money than the team's male mascot. Erica Wilkins, who worked for the Cowboys from 2014 to 2017, is seeking "unpaid overtime wages, minimum wages, and all other available damages", citing the Fair Labor Standards Act, according to court documents filed Tuesday. Earlier this month, five former cheerleaders sued the Houston Texans, alleging the team failed to fully compensate them as required by law and subjected them to a hostile work environment.


     UNDATED (AP) - College athletes will no longer need permission from their coach or school to transfer and receive financial aid from another school.  The NCAA Division I Council approved the change today. It takes effect Oct. 15.  The long-awaited transfer reform ended up being a narrow change, but should provide more freedom for athletes to transfer when and where they want.
     Under the new rule, athletes would be permitted to be contacted when they notify their current coaches, who have two days to enter the names into a database created and managed by the NCAA that will alert schools who can be recruited. The change will come with stricter tampering rules to help appease coaches who worry illegal recruiting could rise.


   (Copyright 2018 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)




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