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Pairings are set for the State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament which begins Thursday at the Minot State Dome.....

    MINOT, ND - Pairings are set for the State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament which begins Thursday at the Minot State Dome.

High School Boys Basketball
    Class B

    State Tournament - Minot State Dome
        First Round
            (#2) Shiloh Christian vs Beulah, 1 pm
            (#3) Richland vs Powers Lake, 2:45 pm
            (#1) Thompson vs Ellendale, 6:30 pm
            (#4) Bishop Ryan vs (#5) New Rockford-Sheyenne, 8:15 pm


    BISMARCK, ND - The top seeds from the East and West meet tonight in the championship for both girls and boys at the "Super A" Baskeball Tournament at the Bismarck Event Center.

High School Girls Basketball
    Class A

    State Tournament - Bismarck Event Center
        Semifinal - Main Court
            (E1) Devils Lake 80, (E3) West Fargo Sheyenne 57
            (W1) Bismarck Century 60, (W3) Bismarck Legacy 25
        Loser Out - Exibit Hall
            (W2) Mandan 72, (W4) Williston 49
            (E4) Grand Forks Red River 63, (E2) Fargo Shanley 52

     Today's schedule - Main Court
        5th Place
            (W2) Mandan vs (E4) Grand Forks Red River, 9:30 am
        3rd Place
            (W3) Bismarck Legacy vs (E3) West Fargo Sheyenne, 1:30 pm
            (W1) Bismarck Century vs (E1) Devils Lake, 6 pm

High School Boys Basketball
    Class A

    State Tournament - Bismarck Event Center
        Loser Out - Exhibit Hall
            (W4) Bismarck Legacy 57, (W2) Mandan 53 (Legacy gets first-ever tournament win)
            (E2) West Fargo 70, (E4) Wahpeton 45
        Semifinal - Main Court
            (E1) Fargo Davies 73, (E3) Grand Forks Red River 54
            (W1) Jamestown 55, (W3) Bismarck Century 52

      Today's schedule - Main Court
        5th Place
            (E2) West Fargo vs (W4) Bismarck Legacy, 11:30 am
        3rd Place
            (W3) Bismarck Century vs (E3) Grand Forks Red River, 3:30 pm
            (E1) Fargo Davies vs (W1) Jamestown, 8 pm



    CLEVELAND, Ohio (MSU) - Senior Jered Sublet and redshirt freshman Jordan Will saw their 2019 seasons come to an end on the first day of the NCAA DII Wrestling Championships on Friday at The Wolstein Center in Cleveland, Ohio.

    Sublet dropped a tight match to Jared Donahue of Wheeling Jesuit in the Round of 16, 8-6 in overtime. Sublet squared off with UIndy's Angelo Robles in the consolation round and lost 4-0.

    Will wrestled Greg Wilson of Central Oklahoma in the Round of 16 and lost 8-4. Will took on Ramon Correa in the first round of consolation. Correa started quick, pinning Will 44 seconds into the first period to end Will's season.

    The pair are Minot State's second and third wrestlers in program history to qualify for the NCAA DII Wrestling Championships.



    GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND) - With a slim hope of finishing in the top half of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference alive heading into Friday's game with Nebraska-Omaha, the University of North Dakota finished strong and with momentum once that hope died with Western Michigan's win over Miami of Ohio.
    UND snapped a 1-1 tie at 2:13 of the third period on a Nick Jones deflection of a center point shot by defenseman Colton Poolman at 2:53 to give the Fighting Hawks a 2-1 victory over the Mavericks.
    Despite the win, UND learned during the game that Western Michigan had won, relegating it to a NCHC first-round playoff series at either Western Michigan or Denver next weekend, pending Saturday's results.
    Jones, a senior center/wing, came back from missing four games with an injury to score his sixth goal of the season, which turned into the game-winner.



    SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) - Aleksander Barkov set a franchise record with five assists, and MacKenzie Weegar and Mike Matheson each scored twice as the Florida Panthers beat the Minnesota Wild 6-2 on Friday night to snap a six-game losing streak.
     Jonathan Huberdeau had a goal and three assists, Mike Hoffman also scored and Evgenii Dadonov added three assists. Sam Montembeault made 26 saves in his second career start for his first NHL win.
     Marcus Foligno and J.T. Brown scored for the Wild, who had their eight-game point streak stopped. Devan Dubnyk allowed three goals on seven shots before he was replaced by Alex Stalock to start the second period. Stalock stopped 19 shots.
     Florida stretched its lead to 5-1 when Matheson scored with a wrist shot from the right circle at 17:40 of the second period. The Wild answered 15 seconds later on Foligno's tap-in.
     Matheson's second goal came on a wraparound at 10:23 of the third and made it 6-2.
     Hoffman's one-timer from the right circle during a 5-on-3 power play gave the Panthers a 4-0 lead at 3:34 of the second.
     Brown deflected a shot by Jonas Brodin into the net to make it 4-1 at 9:02 of the second.
     The Panthers took a 3-0 lead on seven shots in the first period. They went up 1-0 on Huberdeau's goal 61 seconds in. Barkov passed from behind the net to Huberdeau in front and he skipped the puck into the net.
     Weegar, who had one goal in 49 games this season, scored two in a span of 1:40.
     His first goal gave the Panthers a 2-0 lead when his wrist shot from the point bounced off the back of Minnesota's Ryan Suter and across the goal line at 16:51.
     Weegar stretched it to 3-0 on his second goal, a shot from the top of the right circle that got past Dubnyk at 18:31.
     A potential goal by Aaron Ekblad midway through the first period was disallowed after Minnesota successfully challenged for offside.
     NOTES: Wild C Luke Kunin was scratched with an upper-body injury sustained in Thursday's game at Tampa Bay. ... Both teams were playing the second half of back-to-back games. The Wild won 3-0 at Tampa Bay and the Panthers lost 4-3 at Boston on Thursday.
     UP NEXT
     Wild: Host the San Jose Sharks on Monday

     AVONDALE, Ariz. (AP) - Ryan Blaney will start from the pole for Sunday's NASCAR Cup race at Phoenix International Raceway. He turned a lap of 141.287 mph to edge Chase Elliott in qualifying and break a string of tough luck. Blaney led 13 laps in the Daytona 500, and 41 laps at Atlanta, but he crashed during the season-opening race and had issues on pit road in Georgia. Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch will start from Row 2. Brad Keselowski rounds out the top five, two weeks after his victory at Atlanta.

     UNDATED (AP) - No. 15 Virginia Tech has tied a school record for regular-season victories. Nickeil Alexander-Walker had 21 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists as the Hokies beat Miami, 84-70 to improve to 23-7. Alexander-Walker nailed three 3-pointers and was 6 of 14 from the floor while tying his career high for assists. Virginia Tech trailed 16-8 before embarking on a 32-6 run over a span of nearly nine minutes. Ahmed Hill hit five 3s and scored 17 points in his final home game for the Hokies, while fellow senior Ty Outlaw added five treys and 19 points.
     In other top-25 finals:
     - Nick Perkins scored 22 points and No. 19 Buffalo picked up its 25th consecutive home win by downing Bowling Green, 84-73. CJ Massinburg scored 15 points, and Jeremy Harris provided 10 of his 14 points in the second half to help the Bulls win their ninth straight overall following a loss at Bowling Green on Feb. 1.
     - Anthony Cowan scored 21 points and Jalen Smith chipped in 19 with 11 rebounds to send 24th-ranked Maryland past Minnesota, 69-60. Bruno Fernando had 11 points and 11 rebounds to help the 22-9 Terrapins avoid their first three-game losing streak of the season.

     UNDATED (AP) - Klay Thompson had a very productive return to the Golden State Warriors' lineup after missing two games with a sore knee. Thompson shot 9-for-11 from 3-point range and poured in 39 points as the Warriors hammered the Denver Nuggets, 122-105 in a matchup of the top two teams in the NBA's Western Conference. He contributed 27 points while Golden State built a 17-point halftime lead.
     Kevin Durant added 26 points and six assists for the Warriors, who now top the conference by two games over the Nuggets. DeMarcus Cousins had a strong outing on both ends with 13 points, six rebounds, six assists, six blocked shots and three steals for Golden State.
     Malik Beasley scored 17 points off the bench for the Nuggets, who have dropped four of five since a five-game winning streak.
     Checking out Friday's other NBA action:
     - The Rockets have a season-high seven-game winning streak after James Harden provided 31 points and 10 rebounds to a 107-91 win over the 76ers. Harden had the hot had despite suffering an apparent right wrist injury in the second quarter. Clint Capela had 18 points on 8 of 12 shooting to help Houston move a half-game ahead of the Thunder for third place in the West.
     - Lou Williams scored 40 points and the Clippers closed on a 10-3 run to secure a 118-110 victory against Oklahoma City. Danilo Gallinari added 34 for Los Angeles, which has its first four-game winning streak since November.
     - Kawhi Leonard scored 31 points and the Raptors snapped a two-game skid by blowing out the Pelicans, 127-104. Pascal Siakam (see-A'-kam) had 19 points and Jeremy Lin added 14 for Toronto, which is 2  1/2 games behind the East-leading Bucks.
     - Andre Drummond added 20 points and 24 rebounds in the Pistons' fourth straight win, 112-104 versus the Bulls. Blake Griffin scored 16 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter after going to the locker room with an apparent right leg injury.
     - Mike Conley scored half of his 28 points in the fourth quarter and finished with 11 assists in leading the Grizzlies past the Jazz, 114-104. Jonas Valanciunas added 27 points to help Memphis withstand Donovan Mitchell's game-high 38-point performance for Utah.
     - Josh Richardson scored 20 points and Rodney McGruder had a seven-point possession in the fourth quarter to help the Heat close out a 126-110 win against the Cavaliers. Justise Winslow finished with 16 points, nine rebounds and nine assists as Miami kept hold of the eighth seed in the East, one game ahead of Orland and Charlotte.
     - Nikola Vucevic had 20 points and 13 rebounds as the Magic held off the Mavericks' 111-106. Terrence Ross contributed a team-high 22 points and Aaron Gordon added 18 in Orlando's 11th victory in 16 games.
     - The Hornets halted a five-game home losing skid as Marvin Williams drained seven 3-pointers while scoring a season-high 30 points in a 112-111 win over the Wizards. Williams was 7 of 10 from beyond the arc and had seven rebounds for Charlotte.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Winnipeg Jets are back atop the NHL's Central Division after taking advantage of one of their three games in hand on the Nashville Predators. Nikolaj Ehlers had a goal and two assists as the Jets blasted the Hurricanes, 8-1. Andrew Copp scored twice, and Kyle Connor and Ben Chiarot each furnished a goal and an assist to help Winnipeg move one point ahead of the Predators. Laurent Brossoit stopped 28 shots and blanked Carolina until the midway mark of the third period.
     The outcome keeps the Hurricanes in a tie with Montreal for the two Eastern Conference wild-card berths, two points behind the Penguins and two ahead of the Blue Jackets.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - Braden Holtby stopped 25 shots and the Capitals picked up their sixth straight win by blanking the Devils, 3-0 to regain a two-point lead over the Islanders atop the Metropolitan Division. Andre Burakovsky scored 2:40 after the opening faceoff to back Holtby's third shutout of the season and team record-tying 35th of his career.
     - Montreal was clobbered in Anaheim as Adam Henrique scored twice and rookie Troy Terry had a goal and two assists in the Ducks' 8-2 laugher over the Canadiens. Corey Perry and Devin Shore had a goal and an assist apiece as the Ducks prevented Carey Price from becoming the all-time winningest goaltender in Canadiens history.
     - Alexksander Barkov set a Panthers record by collecting five assists in a 6-2 romp over the Wild. Mike Matheson and MacKenzie Weeger each scored twice and Justin Huberdeau had a goal and three assists as Florida ended a six-game losing streak.

     NEW ORLEANS (AP) - The New Orleans Pelicans say guard E'Twaun Moore will be sidelined at least a week after reinjuring his left quadriceps during Wednesday night's 114-104 loss to Toronto. Moore is in his eighth NBA season and third with New Orleans. He has played in 53 games this season with 36 starts, averaging 11.9 points and nearly 27 minutes per game.

    CLEVELAND (AP) - A person familiar with the deal says the Cleveland Browns have traded guard Kevin Zeitler to the New York Giants for defensive end Olivier Vernon. The person also says the teams are swapping fifth-round draft picks. Zeitler just completed his second season with the Browns. He was one of Cleveland's best linemen last season. The 28-year-old Vernon started 39 games over three seasons with the Giants.
     In other NFL news:
     - Receiver Danny Amendola has been released by the Dolphins, creating $6 million salary cap space for the team. The 33-year-old Amendola had team highs of 59 catches and 575 yards receiving last year.
     - The Lions have cut offensive guard T.J. Lang with one season left on his three-year contract. The 31-year-old Lang played a career-low six games last season and went on injured reserve in November with a neck injury.
     - The Raiders have signed safety Erik Harris to a two-year contract reportedly worth up to $6.5 million with $2.5 million in guaranteed money. Harris was eligible to become a restricted free agent next week.
     - The 49ers have signed free-agent Jonathan Brown to a two-year package, giving the team another kicker behind Robbie Gould. San Francisco placed the franchise tag on the 36-year-old Gould, guaranteeing him nearly $5 million this season.
     - The Packers have released linebacker Antonio Morrison after one season. Morrison was acquired in a trade with the Colts last August and recorded 42 tackles, four tackles for loss, one sack and four special teams tackles while playing in all 16 games.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Miami Marlins will continue their spring training schedule without their No. 1 catcher.
     Jorge Alfaro has been shut down for a few days following the return of inflammation to his right knee. Alfaro originally injured the knee while chasing a foul popup in the preseason opener and re-aggravated the injury during Tuesday's game while sliding into second base. Manager Don Mattingly doesn't expect the issue to last more than a couple of days.
     Alfaro hit .262 with 10 homers and 37 RBIs in 377 plate appearances for the Phillies last season.
     In other baseball news:
     - The Orioles have picked up outfielder Dwight Smith Jr. from the Blue Jays for international signing bonus pool allocation. Smith hit .293 with two home runs and nine RBIs in 47 games with Toronto over the past two seasons.
     - Yadier Molina went 1 for 2 as the Cardinals' designated hitter on Friday, the 36-year-old's first game since left knee surgery in mid-December. Molina is likely to be behind the plate on Saturday, catching Adam Wainwright against Houston. The nine-time All-Star and nine-time Gold Glove is about a week ahead of schedule in his recovery from surgery.



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