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K-Heart Sports - Saturday - 01/12/19 - Morning Edition

Ben Bohl and Mason Hedberg combined to score 50 points as Bishop Ryan defeated Des Lacs-Burlington 62-38 last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart....

    MINOT, ND - Ben Bohl and Mason Hedberg combined to score 50 points as Bishop Ryan defeated Des Lacs-Burlington 62-38 last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. Bohl tallied 29 points and Hedberg 21 in leading the #9 Lions to a 7-2 record. Dante Gunville and Will Pearson each scored 10 to lead DLB. The Lakers fall to 5-5 on the season.

    We'll finish a week of basketball broadcasts today as Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood hosts Velva. Girls game is set for 3 pm with boys to follow around 4:30 pm. Both games can be heard on 106.9 K-Heart and online at

    Other results from Friday:

High School Boys Basketball
    Class A
            #2 Jamestown 81, Watford City 39
            #3 West Fargo Sheyenne 84, Fargo South 60
            Minot 71, Williston 39
            Bismarck St. Mary's 72, Turtle Mountain 67

    Class B
            #1 Thompson 62, Drayton-Valley-Edinburg 33
            #4 Hillsboro-Central Valley 58, #2 Four Winds-Minnewaukan 57
            #7 Kindred 56, Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier 46
            Lewis & Clark-Berthold 59, Our Redeemer's 50
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 67, South Prairie 40
            Bottineau 57, Velva 54
            Powers Lake 70, Nedrose 50
            Drake-Anamoose 54, Rolla 52
            Benson County 62, Harvey-Wells County 40
            Beach 73, Trenton 59
            Parshall 58, Kenmare 48
            Lewis & Clark-North Shore 51, Trinity Christian 41
            Beulah 60, Hazen 49
            Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 69, Washburn 52

High School Girls Basketball
    Class A
            #2 Devils Lake 84, Fargo North 29
            #4 Fargo Shanley 72, Valley City 61
            Bismarck St. Mary's 93, Turtle Mountain 47
            Jamestown 74, Watford City 53

    Class B
            #3 Grafton 67, North Border 34
            #6 Langdon-Edmore-Munich 59, North Star 23
            #8 LaMoure-Litchville-Marion 55, Barnes County North 30
            #9 Trenton 87, Mandaree 39
            Lewis & Clark-North Shore 49, Alexander-Trinity Christian 38

High School Boys Hockey
            Jamestown 2, Minot 1 OT
            Williston 3, Bottineau-Rugby 1
            Devils Lake 3, Bismarck High 1

High School Girls Hockey
            Bismarck High 7, Mandan 1

High School Gymnastics
    Judy Ziegler Meet - Bismarck
            1. Dickinson, 143.200
            2. Legacy, 139.450
            3. Jamestown, 136.600
            4. Bismarck High, 134.225
            5. Valley City, 133.075
            6. Century, 125.650
            7. Mandan, 121.525
            8. Minot, 65.525

High School Boys Swimming & Diving
            Minot 135, Williston 51

High School Wrestling
            Bismarck High 37, Minot 19

College Mens Basketball
            St. Cloud State 89, Minot State 54

College Womens Basketball
            St. Cloud State 67, Minot State 60
            North Dakota State 68, Western Illinois 60

College Mens Hockey
            Minot State 3, University of Mary 2 OT
            North Dakota 4, Colorado College 3 OT

NAHL Hockey
            Minnesota Wilderness 5, Minot Minotauros 4
            Brookings Blizzard 4, Bismarck Bobcats 2



    ST. CLOUD, MN (MSU) - Minot State lost Friday's Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference men's basketball game against St. Cloud State 54-89. Eight Beavers put points on the board for Minot State with your leading scorers, David Akibo with 19 points and Kyle Beisch with 10 points.

    Minot State started the first half slow with only 21 points to St. Cloud State's 46. The second half the Beavers shot 46.4 percent from the field, 33.3 percent in 3-pointers and a perfect 4-4 from the free throw line, but they could not overcome the 25-point deficit from the first half.

    Minot State falls to 7-11 overall and 2-7 in conference play. The Beavers continue their road trip today at Minnesota Duluth at 5:30 p.m.



    ST. CLOUD, MN (MSU) - Minot started out with an early lead against St. Cloud State but couldn't hold on through the final quarters of the game. Madi Wald and Kari Clements combined for 31 points on the night, six assists and two steals. The Beavers lost to the Huskies 60-67 in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference women's basketball match up on Friday evening in Halenbeck Hall.

    Wald was the leading scorer with 16 points, Clements tallied 15, Mariah Payne added 14 and Haley Hildenbrand had 13. Minot State falls to 6-9 overall and 1-8 in conference play.

    Minot State continues their road trip today at Minnesota Duluth at 3:30 p.m.



    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND) - Ludvig Hoff came through with a game-winning deflection of a Jacob Bernard-Docker wrister from the right point at 4:15 of the 5-minute overtime session Friday night. His third goal of the season lifted the North Dakota Fighting Hawks to a much-needed 4-3 National Collegiate Hockey Conference victory over Colorado College at Ralph Engelstad Arena, boosting UND into a tie for fifth in the league standings with Miami, but also providing an even bigger emotional lift.
    Coming off being swept at Canisius last weekend, UND was desperate for something good to happen. And after blowing a two-goal lead to see the Tigers go up 3-2 in the third period on a goal by Chris Wilkie, a UND transfer, it didn't look good for UND. But Jordan Kawaguchi tipped in a shot by Nick Jones at 14:14 of the third period to tie it at 3-3, then Hoff came through with his goal-mouth deflection and a huge victory.



    FARGO, N.D. (NDSU) - The North Dakota State women's basketball team scored the final eight points of the game Friday night, as the Bison beat Western Illinois 68-60 at the Scheels Center. Michelle Gaislerova led the Bison (5-11, 2-2 Summit) with a game-high 29 points, one shy of her career-high from earlier this year. The Bison return to action on Thursday at Denver.



     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Luka Doncic scored 29 points and hit the go-ahead 3-pointer to lead the Dallas Mavericks over the Minnesota Timberwolves 119-115 on Friday night, spoiling rookie coach Ryan Saunders' home debut. Doncic nearly recorded a triple-double, finishing with 12 assists and eight rebounds. He scored seven of Dallas' final nine points.
     Taj Gibson gave the Timberwolves the lead at 115-114 with a tip-in of Jeff Teague's miss with 35.7 seconds left. But with 22.9 to play, Doncic hit a pull-up 3 to put the Mavericks ahead for good.
     Harrison Barnes scored 23 points and Dwight Powell made his first seven shots from the floor and finished with 15 points for the Mavericks. JJ Barea came off the bench to add 16 points.
     Karl-Anthony Towns had 30 points and 11 rebounds for the Timberwolves, who were playing their first home game since Saunders was named interim coach.
     Saunders, who received a loud ovation from the Target Center crowd before the game, took over as coach after Tom Thibodeau was relieved of his duties Sunday. He won his first game in charge Tuesday at Oklahoma City. Saunders is the son of the late Flip Saunders, the winningest coach in Timberwolves history. A banner hangs in the Target Center rafters in honor of Flip Saunders, who died in 2015.
     Andrew Wiggins scored 17 points, while Josh Okogie scored 15 and hit a season-high four 3s for Minnesota.
     Doncic had 15 of his 29 points in the first half to help the Mavericks take a 61-50 lead into halftime.
     Dallas used a 17-4 run to open up a lead. Meanwhile, Minnesota shot just 36.4 percent from the floor in the first half.
     UP NEXT
     Timberwolves: host New Orleans Pelicans tonight


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Right-hander Kyle Gibson and left fielder Eddie Rosario are among eight Minnesota Twins players who avoided salary arbitration by agreeing to one-year contracts. Gibson and Rosario received hefty raises Friday: Gibson will earn $8,125,000, an increase from his 2018 salary of $4.2 million, while Rosario receives $4.19 million for an increase from $602,500 last year.
     Also agreeing on contracts were right-hander Jake Odorizzi for $9.5 million up, from $6.3 million; center fielder Byron Buxton for $1.75 million; third baseman Miguel Sano for $2,650,000, up from $602,500; right fielder Max Kepler for $3,125,000, up from $587,500; left-hander Taylor Rogers for $1,525,000; and right-hander Trevor May for $900,000.

     COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) - The 22nd-ranked Indiana Hoosiers have followed a seven-game winning streak with back-to-back losses. Bruno Fernando had a career-high 25 points and 13 rebounds as Maryland downed Indiana, 78-75. Fernando shot 11-for-12 for the Terrapins, who trailed by 10 early in the second half before scoring 16 straight en route to their fifth straight win. Anthony Cowan Jr. contributed 24 points as unranked Maryland improved to 14-3 overall and 5-1 in the Big Ten. Romeo Langford scored 28 points for the 12-4 Hoosiers.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers both decided to rest an NBA most valuable player candidate on Friday. It didn't work out for either team.
     Playing without Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Bucks fell behind by 12 points early and absorbed a 113-106 loss at Washington. Bradley Beal scored a game-high 32 points in the Wizards' second straight win, while Tomas Satoransky provided 18 points, a career-high 12 rebounds and 10 assists for his first career triple-double. Khris Middleton scored 25 for the Bucks, who tied it twice in the third quarter before losing for just the third time in 14 games. Antetokounmpo sat out because of right quadriceps soreness and a left hip contusion.
     Joel Embiid rested a sore left ankle while his 76ers suffered a 123-121 loss to Atlanta. John Collins scored 25 points for the Hawks, including a fadeaway jumper that broke a 121-all tie. Jimmy Butler had a chance to tie the game from the line with 2.4 seconds remaining, but he missed his two free throws before Wilson Chandler failed to convert a tip-in at the horn. Butler finished with 30 points and Ben Simmons had a triple-double of 23 points, 15 assists and 10 rebounds, but the Sixers fell to 18-4 at home.
     Checking out Friday's other NBA action:
     - Toronto has moved ahead of Milwaukee for the league's best record after Kawhi Leonard's 20 points and 11 boards led the Raptors to their seventh straight home win, 122-105 over the Nets. Pascal Siakam finished with 16 points and Serge Ibaka had 14 as the Raptors won their fourth in a row overall to improve to 32-12.
     - Klay Thompson nailed seven 3-pointers and contributed 30 points to lead the Warriors' 146-109 laugher over the Bulls. Thompson hit an NBA single-game record 14 treys while scoring 52 points in just three quarters of Golden State's other meeting with Chicago this season.
     - James Harden had 43 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists in just three quarters as the Rockets clobbered the Cavaliers, 141-113. Harden has scored at least 30 points in 15 straight games and has produced 40 or more in seven of his last nine. Cleveland dropped its 12th in a row.
     - Domantas Sabonis had 22 points and 15 rebounds to help the Pacers roll over the Knicks, 121-106. Victor Oladipo added 19 points for Indiana, which finished 3-2 on their longest road trip of the season.
     - CJ McCollum had 30 points and Damian Lillard scored 20 before resting in the fourth quarter of the Trail Blazers' fourth consecutive win, a 127-96 trouncing of the Hornets. Portland center Jusuf Nurkic had 11 points, 11 rebounds and tied career highs with eight assists and six blocks before he also went to the bench early in the fourth.
     - The Jazz earned a 113-95 win over the Lakers behind Donovan Mitchell's 33 points and career-high nine assists. Rudy Gobert had 12 points and a season-high 18 rebounds for the Jazz, who hit 15 3-pointers and won for the fourth time in five games to move over .500.
     - Luka Doncic scored 29 points and hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 22.9 seconds remaining to lead the Mavericks over the Timberwolves, 119-115. Doncic scored seven of Dallas' final nine points and almost had a triple-double, producing 12 assists and eight rebounds.

     RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The Carolina Hurricanes continue to push themselves back in the NHL playoff picture since falling two games under .500 on Dec. 29. Sebastian Aho broke a 2-2 tie by scoring twice in a 6:45 span of the second period to lift the Hurricanes to their sixth victory in seven games, 4-3 over the Sabres. Michael Ferland set up Aho's 17th and 18th goals of the season after opening the scoring midway through the first period.
     Jeff Skinner notched his 30th goal of the season, but the Sabres fell to 6-9-4 since their team record-tying 10-game winning streak. Buffalo continues to hold the final postseason slot in the Eastern Conference, one point ahead of Montreal and five in front of the Hurricanes.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - Jake Guentzel's second hat trick of the season was the difference in the Penguins' 10th victory in 11 games, 7-4 over the Ducks. Phil Kessel got the tiebreaking goal and Tanner Pearson tallied twice while Pittsburgh was scoring four times in the third period to deal Anaheim its 10th straight loss.
     - Kyle Connor had a goal and two assists to support Laurent Brossoit 33-save effort in the Jets' 4-2 win over the Red Wings. Bryan Little scored the game-winning goal for his 500th career point to help Winnipeg pull even with the Predators for the Central Division lead.
     - Calgary spotted Florida a 2-0 lead before Michael Frolik sparked the Flames' comeback with a goal and two assists in a 4-3 victory against the Panthers. Matthew Tkachuk's 21st goal snapped a 2-2 tie 8:29 into the third period, and Sean Monahan added his 24th of the season as the Western Conference leaders moved three points ahead of San Jose in the Pacific Division.

     UNDATED (AP) - Jacob deGrom will finally be paid like a Cy Young Award winner. DeGrom and the New York Mets have agreed to a one-year, $17 million contract, a record raise for an arbitration-eligible player. DeGrom made $7.4 million while leading the majors with a 1.70 ERA and striking out 269 over 217 innings last season. He was selected to his second All-Star Game in 2018 and came away with the NL Cy Young Award. The 30-year-old can become a free agent after the 2020 season if the Mets don't sign him to a multiyear contract by then.
     Mets pitchers Noah Syndergaard, Zack Wheeler and Steven Matz also received 2019 contracts, as did outfielder Michael Conforto.
     Baseball's top home run hitter also worked out a one-year package to avoid arbitration. Khris Davis has accepted a $16.5 million deal with the Oakland Athletics after hitting a major league-best 48 home runs and setting a career high with 123 RBIs to help the club earn a wild-card berth.
     The A's also agreed to one-year deals with left-hander Sean Manaea, infielders Jurickson Profar and Marcus Semien and outfielder Mark Canha to avoid arbitration.
     Fifteen players have exchanged arbitration figures with their ballclubs. The list includes Yankees pitcher Luis Severino, A's reliever Blake Treinen, Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado and Phillies ace Aaron Nola.
     A host of other major leaguers avoided arbitration by accepting one-year offers:
     - The champion Red Sox worked out pacts with shortstop Xander Bogaerts and outfielders Mookie Betts and Jackie Bradley Jr., as well as infielder Brock Holt, catchers Sandy Leon and Blake Swihart. Pitchers Eduardo Rodriguez, Matt Barnes, Brandon Workman and Steven Wright also accepted Boston offers.
     - The Cubs settled with infielders Kris Bryant, Bavier Baez and Addison Baez, along with Chicago outfielder Kyle Schwarber and hurlers Kyle Hendricks, Carl Edwards and Mike Montgomery.
     - Cleveland has shortstop Francisco Lindor back in the fold after he settled with the Indians.
     - Catcher J.T. Realmuto worked out a package with the Marlins.
     - The Rangers have avoided arbitration with outfielders Nomar Mazara and Delino DeShields by agreeing to 2019 contracts.
     - The Reds have agreed to terms with infielders Scooter Gennett and Jose Peraza, outfielder Yasiel Puig and hurlers Anthony DeSclafani, Michael Lorenzen and Tanner Roark on one-year contracts.
     - The Braves have agreed to one-year packages with All-Star pitcher Mike Foltynewicz and starting pitcher Kevin Gausman.
     - The Cardinals and right-hander Michael Wacha hammered out a $6.35 million contract, and the team also settled with outfielder Marcell Ozuna.
     - Diamondbacks left-handers Robbie Ray and Andrew Chafin also avoided arbitration, as did Pirates outfielder Corey Dickerson and Padres catcher Austin Hedges.
     In other baseball news:
     - Zach Britton and the Yankees have finalized a contract that guarantees the reliever $39 million over three seasons and could be worth $53 million for four years. The 31-year-old left-hander was acquired by the Yankees from Baltimore on July 24 and had a 2.88 ERA and three saves in 25 appearances for New York.
     - Free-agent second baseman D.J. LeMahieu and the Yankees have agreed to a two-year contract, according to a person familiar with the negotiations. The 30-year-old Gold Glove winner spent the previous eight seasons with Colorado at hitter-friendly Coors Field and won the NL batting title in 2016 with a .348 average.
     - The Dodgers have reacquired catcher Russell Martin in a trade with Toronto, a day after losing free agent Yasmani Grandal to Milwaukee. Los Angeles obtained the 35-year-old Canadian from the Blue Jays for minor leaguers Andrew Sopko, a right-hander, and Ronny Brito, an infielder.
     - Astros third baseman Alex Bregman will be limited at the start of spring training after arthroscopic surgery to remove loose bodies from his right elbow. Bregman was a first-time All-Star last year, homered in the game and was selected MVP of the American League's win.
     - Tigers minor league pitcher Gregory Soto has been suspended 20 games without pay by Major League Baseball under a provision of the sport's collective bargaining agreement allowing discipline for conduct detrimental or prejudicial to the sport.

     UNDATED (AP) - The New York Jets have officially announced the hiring of Adam Gase as their head coach, two days after the two sides came to an agreement. The 40-year-old Gase was 23-26 in three seasons and one playoff game with Miami before being fired last week. He replaces Todd Bowles, who was let go following a 4-12 season. Gase was Peyton Manning's offensive coordinator at Denver and will have the task of mentoring quarterback Sam Darnold, the third player taken in last year's draft.
     In other NFL news:
     - A person familiar with the decision says Patriots linebackers coach Brian Flores is a finalist in the Dolphins' coaching search, and they're expected to offer him the job when New England ends its postseason. If they fail to reach a deal with Flores, they haven't ruled out Cowboys secondary coach Kris Richard.
     - Former Vikings assistant coach John Michels has died. He was 87. Michels was the longest-tenured assistant coach in franchise history. He spent 27 seasons on the Vikings' coaching staff from 1967-93.


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