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Several girls district tournaments finish up today, including the District 12 Tournament at the Minot Auditorium....

    MINOT, ND - Several girls district tournaments finish up today, including the District 12 Tournament at the Minot Auditorium. We'll broadcast all three games on 106.9 K-Heart and online at

High School Girls Basketball
    Class B

    District 12 Tournament - Minot Auditorium
        Loser Out
            #4 Glenburn 57, #8 South Prairie 23
            #6 Our Redeemer's 46, #7 Surrey 39
            #1 Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 54, #5 L&C-Berthold 42
            #2 Des Lacs-Burlington 43, #3 Bishop Ryan 28

      Today's schedule
        Region Qualifier
            #4 Glenburn vs #3 Bishop Ryan, 4 pm
            #6 Our Redeemer's vs #5 L&C-Berthold, 20 min after
            #1 Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood vs #2 Des Lacs-Burlington, 20 min after


    District 11 Tournament - Bottineau
        Loser Out
            #4 TGU, bye
            #6 Bottineau 57, #7 Drake-Anamoose 18
            #1 Rugby 51, #5 Westhope-Newburg 17
            #2 Velva 90, #3 Nedrose 20

      Today's schedule
        Region Qualifier
            #6 Bottineau vs #5 Westhope-Newburg, 4 pm
            #4 TGU vs #3 Nedrose, 5:30 pm
            #1 Rugby vs #2 Velva, 7 pm

    District 16 Tournament - Tioga
        Loser Out
            #5 Tioga, bye
            #7 Ray 36, #6 Powers Lake 33
            #1 Stanley 51, #4 Burke County 32
            #2 Kenmare 51, #3 Divide County 46

      Today's schedule
        Region Qualifier
            #7 Ray vs #4 Burke County, 4:30 pm
            #5 Tioga vs #3 Divide County, 20 min after
            #1 Stanley vs #2 Kenmare, 20 min after


    District 15 Tournament - New Town at 4 Bears Event Center
        Loser Out
            #4 L&C-North Shore, bye
            #7 White Shield 41, #6 Trinity Christian-Alexander 39
            #1 Trenton 64, #4 Mandaree 61 OT
            #2 Parshall 66, #3 New Town 36

      Today's schedule
        Region Qualifier
            #4 L&C-North Shore vs #3 New Town, 4:30 pm
            #7 White Shield vs #4 Mandaree, 20 min after
            #1 Trenton vs #2 Parshall, 20 min after


    District 10 Tournament - Garrison
        Loser Out
            #4 Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky, bye
            #6 Garrison 50, #7 Max 21
            #1 Center-Stanton 35, #5 Washburn 27
            #3 Underwood 40, #2 Wilton-Wing 36

      Today's schedule
        Region Qualifier
            #4 Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky vs #2 Wilton-Wing, 4 pm
            #6 Garrison vs #5 Washburn, 20 min after
            #1 Center-Stanton vs #3 Underwood, 20 min after


    District 8 Tournament - North Star HS in Cando
        First Round
            #1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich, bye
            #5 Rolla 53, #4 St. John 47
            #2 Dunseith, bye
            #3 North Star 44, #6 Rolette-Wolford 23

      Today's schedule
            #1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich vs #5 Rolla, 5 pm
            #2 Dunseith vs #3 North Star, 6:30 pm


    MINOT, ND - Other scores from Friday:

High School Boys Basketball
    Class A
            #1 Jamestown 90, Minot 61
            #2 Fargo Davies 120, Valley City 46
            #5 West Fargo 73, #3 West Fargo Sheyenne 58
            Bismarck High 57, Bismarck St. Mary's 53
            Dickinson 81, Turtle Mountain 68        

    Class B
            #1 Thompson 69, May-Port-CG 43
            #7 Richland 71, Northern Cass 58
            #8 Kindred 62, Hankinson 33
            #10 Grafton 79, Griggs County Central 29
            Dunseith 72, Bottineau 41
            Beulah 78, Mott-Regent 50

High School Girls Basketball
    Class A
            #2 Devils Lake 78, Wahpeton 44
            #3 Mandan 66, Williston 58
            #5 Fargo Shanley 83, Fargo North 39
            Jamestown 48, Minot 46
            Dickinson 81, Turtle Mountain 38
            Bismarck High 67, Bismarck St. Mary's 59

    Class B
            #4 Thompson 56, Midway-Minto 26
            #8 Hettinger-Scranton 49, Faith SD 47
            Bowman County 60, Hazen 32

High School Boys Hockey
            Bismarck Century 3, Bottineau-Rugby 0
            Bismarck High 5, Dickinson 0    

High School Girls Hockey
            Fargo North-South 6, Minot 2
            Dickinson 3, Jamestown 0
            Bismarck 3, Devils Lake 0
            West Fargo 4, Williston 1
            Fargo Davies 8, Mandan 0        

High School Boys Swimming & Diving
            Jamestown 98, Legacy 85

College Mens Basketball
            Minot State 87, Winona State 72

College Womens Basketball
            Winona State 84, Minot State 46

College Mens Hockey
            Minot State 6, Colorado 1

NAHL Hockey
            Minot Minotauros 5, Minnesota Wilderness 0
            Bismarck Bobcats 3, Austin Bruins 2 SO



    WINONA, Minn. (MSU) - Five players scored in double-figures, led by David Akibo's 19 points and 11 rebounds on Friday night as Minot State garnered an 87-72 road victory at Winona State. Kyle Beisch added 18 points for the Beaver, while Dorian Aluyi chipped in 13, Max Cody netted 11 and Kody Dwyer scored 10.

    Minot State shot a blistering 63.8 percent from the field, including 50 percent from beyond the arc while the Warriors registered a 45.2 percent shooting performance. Dwyer's dunk with 5:40 remaining ignited an 11-2 run to end the game, clinching the road NSIC win.

    The Beavers improve to 11-15 overall and 6-11 in NSIC play. Minot State continues NSIC play today as the Beavers take on Upper Iowa at 5:30 p.m. in Fayette, Iowa.


    WINONA, Minn. (MSU) - The Winona State women's basketball team hit three-of-four three-pointers in the first quarter and continued to light it up beyond the arc as Minot State suffered an 84-46 loss on the road at Winona State on Friday night in Winona, Minn.

    Mariah Payne led Minot State in scoring and rebounding with 11 points and four rebounds. Winona State shot 52.6 percent from the field, including 53.6 percent from beyond the arc while holding the Beavers to a 34 percent shooting mark.
    The loss drops the Beavers to 10-13 on the season and 5-12 in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference games while the Warriors improve to 12-9 and 10-7 in NSIC play. Minot State continues NSIC play today as the Beavers take on Upper Iowa at 3:30 p.m. in Fayette, Iowa.



    BROOKINGS, S.D. (MSU) - The Minot State men's and women's track and field teams combined to set four Division II era records on the first day of the SDSU Indoor Classic on Friday in Brookings, S.D.
    Colin, Olson, Chiti Nkhuwa, Dante Gadbois and Leo Skellenger combined to place fifth and set a new school record in the DII era in the men's distance medley relay with a time of 10:35.87.

    Gadbois circled the track in 1:25.39 in the 600m to set a new DII era record.

    The women's DMR team consisting of Abby McGee, Erin Winterton, Brinlie Nielsen and Lauren Reeves posted a time of 13:00.81 to place fourth and set a new school record in the DII era.

    Following his record performance last weekend, Logan Krueger improved his mark in the shot put with a toss of 13.31m to place first.

    The Beavers continue action at the second day of the SDSU Indoor Classic beginning at 9 a.m. today.



    VALLEY CITY, N.D. - Team seeding and drawing for the 2019 North Dakota High School Activities Association's State Class B Wrestling Team Dual Tournament were determined Thursday. The top five teams were ranked through an online voting process by coaches of the participating schools with the remaining three teams being randomly drawn to determine quarterfinal matchups.

High School Wrestling
    Class B
    State Team Dual Tournament - Fargo Dome
        First Round - (Thu, 2/14) 1:30 pm
            #2 South Border vs. Hillboro-Central Valley (Second Random Draw)
            #3 New Salem-Almont vs. Velva (Third Random Draw)
            #1 Lisbon vs. Bowman County (First Random Draw)
            #4 Central Cass vs. #5 Bishop Ryan

    The 2019 NDHSAA sponsored State Wrestling Tournament will be held Feb. 14-16.



     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - U.S. Sen. John Hoeven says President Donald Trump has invited the national champion North Dakota State football team to the White House. Hoeven says Trump extended the invitation after the two of them talked about the Bison winning their seventh Football Championship Subdivision title in the last eight years. The Bison defeated Eastern Washington in January's title game in Frisco, Texas. Hoeven says North Dakota State's winning history makes for a fitting visit and he will work with the president to coordinate details.



     NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Anthony Davis didn't need long to win back the crowd after being booed during his pregame introduction and the first few chances he had to handle the ball. But the Pelicans sought to close out a close game without Davis on the court anyway - and narrowly pulled it off. Playing for first time since asking to be traded, Davis had 32 points, nine rebounds and three blocks in 25 minutes, and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 122-117 on Friday night.
     Jrue Holiday had 27 points and nine assists and Kenrich Williams had 19 points - and they led the Pelicans offense in the fourth quarter, when Davis was kept on the bench despite the fact that the teams were separated by as little as one basket several times in the waning minutes. Instead of playing Davis, Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry sent in Julius Randle, who came through with a pair of inside baskets and clutch free throws in the final minutes.
     Karl-Anthony Towns scored 32 points for Minnesota, and his driving dunk pulled the Timberwolves as close as 114-112 in the final minute. But Randle responded with one of his late baskets inside and then rebounded Towns' missed jump hook with 16 seconds left.  
     Davis looked determined from the outset to justify his continued presence on the court, however awkward it may be for a franchise that had seemed inclined to move on without him. Pressured by the NBA not to sit a healthy star they had refused to unload by Thursday's trading deadline for this season, the Pelicans announced that Davis would return to the starting lineup.
     He scored 10 points in the first seven minutes. In the opening minutes, he went strong to the rim while being booed and dunked, at which point a segment of the crowd cheering largely drowned out the boo-birds. Later, as Davis stood on the foul line taking free throws, part of the crowd booed while others chanted, "A-D, A-D!"
     By halftime, Davis had 24 points and his highlights included a reverse alley-oop tip at the front of the rim while being foul and crashing to the floor on his back. Davis was fine, and reached the 30-point mark before the middle of the third quarter.
     Andrew Wiggins had 23 points for Minnesota, which shot and rebounded marginally better than New Orleans, but was outscored 27-16 at the free throw line.
     Randle and Time Frazier each scored 12 points for New Orleans, which has won two straight.
     Timberwolves: Jerryd Bayless sat out with soreness in the big toe on his right foot. ... Jeff Teague was available coming off the bench after missing eight games with a left foot injury. He had 12 points, five assists and four rebounds in 17 minutes.
     UP NEXT
     Timberwolves: Host the Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night


     EAGAN, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Vikings have completed their coaching staff for 2019, hiring Marwan Maalouf as special teams coordinator and Rick Dennison as offensive line coach. The Vikings also announced Friday the promotion of assistant quarterbacks coach Drew Petzing to wide receivers coach, where Darrell Hazell was not retained.
     Maalouf was Miami's special teams coordinator for the last six seasons. He replaces Mike Priefer, who took the same job in Cleveland.
     Dennison, who was also given the title of running game coordinator, begins his 25th year as an NFL assistant. The majority of his time was spent in Denver with Gary Kubiak, who has joined the Vikings as an assistant head coach and offensive adviser. Dennison has served 10 seasons as an offensive coordinator.

     UNDATED (AP) - Tobias Harris made his Philadelphia 76ers debut on Friday and came up with a key basket after the team honored Hall of Fame center Moses Malone.
     Harris had 14 points, grabbed eight rebounds and hit a go-ahead basket as the Sixers held off the Nuggets, 117-110. He hit a tiebreaking jumper with under four minutes left and grabbed a rebound on the next possession to set up Joel Embiid's layup that made it 107-103. Embiid finished with 15 points and 12 boards despite playing with stomach flu.
     JJ Redick scored a season-high 34 points and Jimmy Butler had 22 as the 76ers improved to 35-20.
     Philadelphia retired Malone's jersey No. 2 at halftime after unveiling a statue of the three-time NBA most valuable player at their practice facility earlier in the day. Malone led the franchise to the 1983 championship and died in 2015.
     Nikola Jokic had a team-high 27 points and Jamal Murray had 23 for the Nuggets, who played without top-5 scorers Gary Harris and Paul Millsap
     The Nuggets dropped to 37-18 and 2 1/2 games behind Golden State for the Western Conference lead.
     The Warriors were winners in Phoenix. Stephen Curry shook off a poor shooting performance by scoring 10 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter of Golden State's 117-107 win over the Suns. Klay Thompson scored 25 points in the Warriors' 18th consecutive victory against the Suns. Kevin Durant added 21 points and DeMarcus Cousins 18 as the two-time defending champs improved to 39-15.
     Checking out Friday's other NBA action:
     - The Bucks won their sixth in a row as Giannis Antetokounmpo delivered 29 points and 17 points in a 122-107 victory at Dallas. Brook Lopez scored 20 points for the Bucks, who lead the NBA at 41-13 following a pair of six-win runs on either side of a loss.
     - Detroit blew a 21-point lead before handing the Knicks their 15th consecutive loss, 120-103. Andre Drummond had 29 points and 20 rebounds for the Pistons, while Blake Griffin added 26 points in the victory.
     - Lauri Markkanen poured in 31 points and Otto Porter Jr. had 18 of 7 of 9 shooting in his Bulls debut as the pair led a 125-106 victory at Brooklyn. Caris LeVert returned to court and had 11 points off the bench for the Nets in his first game since suffering a dislocated foot in November.
     - Anthony Davis had 32 points, nine rebounds and three blocks in 25 minutes to lead the Pelicans to a 122-117 win over the Timberwolves. Davis was booed during his pregame introduction after requesting a trade New Orleans couldn't complete.
     - Buddy Hield scored 23 points and made a pair of free throws with 17 seconds left to lead the Kings past the Heat, 102-96. Bogdan Bogdanovic added 16 points and Harrison Barnes scored 12 for Sacramento, which trailed by 11 in the final period.
     - Bobby Portis scored 30 points in his Wizards debut and Bradley Beal added 25 with 12 assists in a 119-106 downing of the Cavaliers. Portis entered the game midway through the first quarter and promptly scored 16 points in six minutes, hitting two 3-pointers and going 6-for-6 from the field.

     UNDATED (AP) - A day after trading Marc Gasol to Toronto, the owner of the Memphis Grizzlies says the franchise will retire the center's No. 33 jersey some day in the future. Owner Robert Pera praised Gasol as a pillar of the Grizzlies for 11 seasons and part of the core that shaped the franchise's identity on and off the court.
     The Grizzlies traded Gasol on Thursday at the NBA trade deadline with the 34-year-old center holding a $25 million option he can exercise this summer. In return, Memphis obtained a trio of players and a second-round draft pick in the 2024 draft.

     NEW YORK (AP) - The New York Rangers honored the 25th anniversary of their last Stanley Cup championship on Friday, but the festivities failed to inspire the team's current scorers.
     The Carolina Hurricanes had dropped 16 straight at Madison Square Garden before Petr Mrazek turned back 27 shots in their 3-0 shutout of the Blueshirts. Henrik Lundqvist was almost as good in the New York nets, blanking the Hurricanes until Warren Foegele scored 6:43 into the third period.
     Rookie Andrei Svechnikov and Brock McGinn added empty-net goals as Carolina won its third in a row and moved to 13-4-1 in its past 18 games.
     The Rangers had a 45-minute pregame ceremony for the 1994 champs. Lundqvist donned a goaltender's mask similar to Mike Richter's with the Statue of Liberty prominently displayed on the front. But the presence of Richter, Mark Messier  and Brian Leetch didn't stop the Rangers from falling to .500.

     UNDATED (AP) - Bryce Harper is getting interest from a West Coast team with spring training just days away. The 2015 National League MVP was wooed by the San Francisco Giants in the free agent slugger's hometown of Las Vegas this week. Giants new president of baseball operations chief Farhan Zaidi said the sides had mutual interest, although he would not say whether an offer was extended to the star outfielder. The Giants still hope to add two outfielders as they speak with the best available on the free agent market. Harper batted .249 with 34 home runs, 100 RBIs, 103 runs scored and a league-best 130 walks for Washington last year. The Giants also agreed to terms with catcher Rene Rivera on a minor league contract.
     In other MLB news:
     - Major league owners are 3-3 against players in arbitration this winter after relievers Ryan Tepera of the Blue Jays and Kyle Barraclough of the Nationals lost their cases. Tepera was awarded a $1,525,000 salary rather than his request for $1.8 million. Barraclough was given a $1,725,000 salary instead of his $2 million request.
     - Cleveland starting pitcher Trevor Bauer asked for $13 million through arbitration Friday. The Indians countered with an $11 million package for this season after he went 12-6 with a 2.21 ERA to finish second in the AL Cy Young Award balloting.
     - Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor will likely miss the start of the season with a strained right calf suffered during a workout in Orlando. The Indians anticipate Lindor being out up to nine weeks, which would place his return sometime in early April. The three-time All-Star tied for the league lead with 129 runs last season while batting .277 with 38 homers and 92 RBIs.
     - Right-hander Josh Tomlin has agreed to a minor league contract with the Brewers. The 34-year-old right-hander was 2-5 with a career-worst 6.14 ERA last season for Cleveland.
     - A person familiar with the decision says reliever Daniel Hudson has agreed to a minor-league deal with the Angels. Hudson had a 4.11 ERA in 46 innings last season for the Dodgers, missing the final two months with forearm soreness.
     - Danny Espinosa and the Mets have agreed to a minor league contract with an invitation to spring training. The veteran switch-hitter gives the Mets even more depth in a crowded infield.
     - Right-hander Ricky Nolasco and lefty Marc Rzepczynski have agreed to minor league contracts with the Diamondbacks and will report to big league spring training. The 36-year-old Nolasco has not pitched in the major leagues since 2017 with the Angels.
     - Two people familiar with the discussions say Major League Baseball is considering one of two matchups for its 2020 series in London: Mets vs. Nationals or Cubs vs. Cardinals. An announcement is expected after opening day this year. MLB's first games in Britain are scheduled for this summer, when the World Series champion Red Sox play the Yankees at London's Olympic Stadium in June 29-30.

     NEW YORK (AP) - Flyers forward James van Riemsdyk has been fined $5,000 for high-sticking Kings defenseman Alec Martinez during Philadelphia's 3-2 loss to Los Angeles on Thursday. Van Riemsdyk was docked the maximum amount under the league's collective bargaining agreement.

     UNDATED (AP) - Tennessee backup swingman Yves Pons will miss the top-ranked Volunteers' game with Florida after suffering a facial injury while colliding with a teammate in practice on Thursday. School officials say Pons underwent a "corrective procedure" on Friday. His status will be updated next week. The 6-foot-6 sophomore from France averages 3.2 points, 2.4 rebounds and 15.7 minutes.
     In other college basketball news:
     - UConn leading scorer Jalen Adams will be out the next four to six weeks because of a knee injury suffered during Wednesday's loss to Temple. The school says an MRI confirmed the he sprained the MCL in his left knee. The senior guard is averaging 17 points per game.

     MIAMI (AP) - Long snapper John Denney has re-signed for a 15th season with the Miami Dolphins. The 40-year-old Denney's streak of 224 consecutive games is the longest in team history and the longest active streak in the NFL. He's the longest-tenured active Dolphins player and has played in every game since the start of his rookie season in 2005.

     UNDATED (AP) - An assault charge has been dismissed against Alabama safety and NFL top prospect Deionte Thompson linked to a 2017 spring break fight in Texas. Prosecutors in Galveston County requested the charge be dropped against Thompson, an All-American who announced for the NFL draft in January. Thompson was among four men indicted in October 2017 over the alleged beating of a man on Crystal Beach, near Galveston. Attorneys for Thompson have said he wasn't involved in the fight.
     In other college football news:
     - Quarterback Justin Fields has been granted a waiver that will allow him to play immediately for Ohio State after transferring from Georgia. Fields, a former five-star recruit, transferred to the Buckeyes after he got stuck behind Jake Fromm on Georgia's depth chart.
     - David Williams II, the first black athletic director in the Southeastern Conference, has died. He was 71. Vanderbilt officials said Williams died at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Williams had been the SEC's second-longest tenured athletic director behind only Kentucky's Mitch Barnhart.



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