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K-Heart Sports - Friday - 09/06/19 - PM Edition

Our high school football broadcast tonight takes us to Berthold where the Lewis & Clark Bombers host the T-G-U Titans....

    MINOT, ND - Our high school football broadcast tonight takes us to Berthold where the Lewis & Clark Bombers host the T-G-U Titans. Both teams have a 1-1 record on the season as they play in Region 3 of 9-Man football. The Bombers lost to Surrey in week one and then defeated Trenton last week. The Titans scored win over Trenton in week one and then lost to Divide County last week. Pre-game is set for 6:45 pm on 106.9 K-Heart and online at



    FARGO, ND - The in-state rivalry between UND and NDSU is renewed tomorrow at the Fargodome. Both the Fighting Hawks and Bison tallied lopsided wins to begin the season last Saturday. UND topped Drake 47-7 while NDSU defeated Butler 57-10 at Target Field in Minneapolis. The Bison retain the No.1-ranking in both FCS polls this week. North Dakota received votes but didn't make the top 25 in either poll.

    This is the 112th meeting between North Dakota State and North Dakota, the 10th most played series among current FCS programs. UND has a 62-46-3 lead all-time dating back to 1894. NDSU won the only Division I meeting between the two schools 34-9 in 2015 at the Fargodome.

    North Dakota State owns the longest active winning streak in the FCS at 22 games.

    Kickoff is 2:30 pm tomorrow.



    MINNEAPOLIS - After posting an 8-2 record on their latest roadtrip, the Minnesota Twins look to keep the momentum going as they begin a three-game home series against the Cleveland Indians. Minnesota owns a 6 1/2 game lead over the Indians in the AL Central. The Twins magic number is down to 16. Michael Pineda (11-5, 4.11 ERA) starts today against Adam Plutko (6-4, 4.53) for Cleveland.



     NEW YORK (AP) - Rafael Nadal has been gaining on Roger Federer in the Grand Slam title standings and has a chance to add to his total at the U.S. Open. Nadal will try to move closer to a fourth championship at Flushing Meadows and 19th major overall when he meets No. 24 seed Matteo Berrettini of Italy in the semifinals Friday. Federer holds the men's record of 20 majors.

     The other semifinal will be No. 5 Daniil Medvedev against 78th-ranked Grigor Dimitrov, who eliminated Federer in the quarterfinals.

     Berrettini and Medvedev are both making their semifinal debut, while Dimitrov is 0-2 in major semis so far. Dimitrov is also the lowest-ranked semifinalist at Flushing Meadows since 1991.

     In doubles action, top-seeded Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah became the first Colombian men's team to win the doubles title at the U.S. Open, defeating Marcel Granollers and Horacio Zeballos 6-4, 7-5 in the final Friday. Cabal and Farah were already the first men's doubles pairing from Colombia to win a Grand Slam trophy and to be ranked No. 1 after they won Wimbledon this year.



     UNDATED (AP) - The Atlanta Braves have recalled Austin Riley from an injury-rehab assignment to start Friday night's game against the Washington Nationals.

     Riley has been out since Aug. 5 after spraining his right knee during a routine workout. He was rehabbing at Triple-A Gwinnett, where he batted .263 with one homer and four RBIs while playing in seven regular-season games and the first two games of an International League playoff series.

     After being called up to Atlanta early in the season, Riley got off to a brilliant start - he homered in his second at-bat - but slumped significantly before his injury. He was hitting .242 with 17 homers and 45 RBIs.

     Riley was set to play right field and bat seventh against the Nationals.

     In other MLB news:

     - New York Yankees outfielder Giancarlo Stanton had five plate appearances in a simulated game Friday as he works to return this month from a knee injury. The slugger also worked out in right field at the Yankees' complex in Tampa, Florida. He is expected to take part in another simulated game Saturday. Stanton has been limited to nine games this year, hitting .290 with one home run and seven RBIs. He strained his left biceps March 31 in his third game, strained a shoulder and calf during his rehabilitation and did not return until June 18. A week later, he strained the posterior cruciate ligament in his right knee during an awkward headfirst slide into third base.



     UNDATED (AP) - A person familiar with the negotiations tells The Associated Press that the Kansas City Chiefs and wide receiver Tyreek Hill have signed a three-year, $54 million contract extension.

     The Chiefs announced the contract today with a photo of Hill signing it but didn't disclose terms. A person with knowledge of the deal says it includes a $5.8 million signing bonus and $35.2 million in guarantees.

     Hill had a tumultuous offseason in which he was barred from any team activities while the NFL and local authorities investigated allegations of domestic violence. Hill was cleared before the start of training camp.

     The two-time All-Pro was entering the final year of his rookie contract.

     In other NFL news:

     - Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden said star receiver Antonio Brown is back with the team and is expected to play the season opener after a run-in with general manager Mike Mayock had put him in jeopardy of being suspended. Gruden spoke briefly at the beginning of practice today and said everybody is "ready to move on." Gruden said the plan is for Brown to play Monday night at home against Denver. Brown was sent home from the facility on Thursday after a confrontation the previous day at practice with Mayock. Brown had posted a letter earlier Wednesday from Mayock detailing nearly $54,000 in fines for missing a practice and walkthrough.

     - The Jacksonville Jaguars likely will be without starting left tackle Cam Robinson for their season opener - and maybe longer. Robinson injured his right knee in practice Thursday and was listed as doubtful to play against Kansas City. It's not the knee that sidelined Robinson for 14 games last season. He tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee against New England in Week 2 and spent the last 11 months working his way back. Making matters worse for the Jaguars, backup offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi was ruled out because of a nagging hamstring injury.

     - The Atlanta Falcons will be without offensive tackle Matt Gono for Sunday's season opener at Minnesota because of a back injury. Gono was battling with rookie Kaleb McGary for the starting job at right tackle. Now, the Falcons intend to go with both McGary and Ty Sambrailo at that position. Gono was ruled out today by coach Dan Quinn after missing the last two days of practice. McGary missed most of the preseason after undergoing a heart procedure.

     - The Buffalo Bills receiver and kickoff returner Andre Roberts has been
ruled out for the season opener at the New York Jets because of a quadriceps injury. Roberts was hurt in practice this week and ruled out on Friday. The game Sunday was supposed to be a homecoming for Roberts after he signed with Buffalo in March shortly after getting cut by the Jets. Roberts is a 10-year veteran and coming off a season when he earned All-Pro honors for leading the NFL in kickoff return yards. Tight end Tyler Kroft is listed as doubtful after missing the entire offseason with a broken right foot. Kroft was cleared for practicing last weekend.



     UNDATED (AP) - Joe Thornton is returning for another NHL season at age 40. Thornton signed a one-year, $2 million contract with the San Jose Sharks on Friday after briefly contemplating retirement at the end of last season.

     Thornton decided in the offseason that he wasn't ready to hang it up after 21 seasons in the NHL and said he would only play in San Jose. The Sharks were eager to bring Thornton back, but it took until a week before the start of training camp to finalize the contract.

     In other NHL news:

     - The Carolina Hurricanes have signed defenseman Jake Gardiner to a four-year contract. Under terms of the deal announced Friday by Carolina general manager Don Waddell, Gardiner will make an average of $4.05 million each season. The 29-year-old Gardiner had three goals and 27 assists while playing 62 regular-season games with Toronto last season, then added two assists in seven playoff games. He has 45 goals and 200 assists during his eight-year NHL career.

     - Women are making inroads at the NHL officiating level. The league for the first time has picked four women to work on the ice at several prospect tournaments held this weekend. Katie Guay and Kelly Cooke have been selected as referees, while Kirsten Welsh and Kendall Hanley will work as linesmen. Guay is the most experienced of the four, having refereed women's games at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea. She's assigned to work the Anaheim Ducks-hosted tournament in Irvine, California.



     HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Erik Jones has signed a contract extension with Joe Gibbs Racing for the 2020 season. The 23-year-old Jones has two career Cup victories in three-plus seasons and 100 starts. He won the July race last year at Daytona International Speedway and took the checkered flag last week at Darlington Raceway.

     Jones is part of the JGR stable that includes two-time Daytona 500 champion Denny Hamlin, Cup Series champions Kyle Busch and Martin Truex Jr.

     Jones raced his rookie season in 2017 on a one-year loaner contract to Gibbs' sister team, the now-defunct Furniture Row Racing. He was pushed this year by JGR developmental driver Christopher Bell but the extension will keep Jones in the No. 20 Toyota for another season.



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