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K-Heart Sports - Sunday - 02/10/19 - Morning Edition

Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood won the the District 12 Girls Basketball Tournament for the first time since 2009....

    MINOT, ND - Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood won the the District 12 Girls Basketball Tournament for the first time since 2009.

High School Girls Basketball
    Class B

    District 12 Tournament - Minot Auditorium
        Region Qualifier
            #3 Bishop Ryan 53, #4 Glenburn 48
            #5 L&C-Berthold 53, #6 Our Redeemer's 49
        Championship
            #1 Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 38, #2 Des Lacs-Burlington 31

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    District 11 Tournament - Bottineau
        Region Qualifier
            #5 Westhope-Newburg 46, #6 Bottineau 39
            #4 TGU 62, #3 Nedrose 51
        Championship
            #2 Velva 32, #1 Rugby 30
        
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    District 16 Tournament - Tioga
        Region Qualifier
            #4 Burke County 48, #7 Ray 33
            #3 Divide County 50, #5 Tioga 29
        Championship
            #2 Kenmare 45, #1 Stanley 37

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    District 15 Tournament - New Town at 4 Bears Event Center
        Region Qualifier
            #3 New Town 80, #4 L&C-North Shore 38
            #4 Mandaree 62, #7 White Shield 21
        Championship
            #1 Trenton 44, #2 Parshall 37

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    District 10 Tournament - Garrison
        Region Qualifier
            #2 Wilton-Wing 36, #4 Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 32
            #5 Washburn 54, #6 Garrison 50
        Championship
            #1 Center-Stanton 38, #3 Underwood 35

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    District 8 Tournament - North Star HS in Cando
        Semifinal
            #1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 68, #5 Rolla 27
            #2 Dunseith 66, #3 North Star 38

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    MINOT, ND - Other scores from Saturday:

High School Boys Basketball
    Class A
            #2 Fargo Davies 88, Grand Forks Central 53
            Watford City 89, Turtle Mountain 63
            Bismarck Century 63, Bismarck Legacy 55

    Class B
            #2 Hillsboro-Central Valley 85, Drayton-Valley-Edinburg 49
            #5 Shiloh Christian 63, Flasher 37
            TGU 64, Westhope-Newburg 56
            Bottineau 67, Kenmare 60
            Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 60, St. John 57
            Beulah 60, Bowman County 46
            Hazen 73, Beach 61


High School Girls Basketball
    Class A
            #1 Bismarck Century 78, #4 Bismarck Legacy 49
            Watford City 68, Turtle Mountain 57

    Class B
            #3 Grafton 70, Hillsboro-Central Valley 31
            #6 Kindred 58, Barnesville MN 34


High School Boys Hockey
            Bismarck High 7, Jamestown 1
            Hazen-Beulah 5,  Mandan JV 3
            Dickinson 3, Williston 1
            Grand Forks Central 3, Bismarck Century 1


High School Girls Hockey
            West Fargo 2, Minot 1
            Bismarck 6, Grand Forks 1
            Fargo North-South 13, Williston 0
            Fargo Davies 5, Dickinson 2


High School Gymnastics
            Dickinson 151.225, Mandan 129.050


High School Boys Swimming & Diving
    Mandan Invite
            1. Minot, 666
            2. Century, 509.5
            3. Mandan, 381
            4. Legacy, 267
            5. Dickinson, 182.5
            6. Bismarck High, 175


High School Wrestling
    Class A
        West Region Tournament - Belcourt
            1. Dickinson, 194
            2. Bismarck High, 188.5
            3. Jamestown, 168.5
            4. Mandan, 145
            5. Minot, 138
            6. Century, 127
            7. Turtle Mountain, 115
            8. Williston, 81
            9. Bismarck Legacy, 77
            10. Bismarck St. Mary's, 68.5
            11. Watford City, 50

        Minot Wrestlers
            Kelby Armstrong 1st
            Davian Rios 8th
            Victor Garcia 5th
            David Schulze 5th
            Sam Goodman 7th
            Trevon McClanahan 3rd
            Chase Burke 2nd
            Jordin Lennon 5th
            Issac Fernandez 8th
            Jacob Carmichael 2nd
            Jorge Talamentes 3rd
            Preston Jones 4th
            Asher Woods 6th

    Class B
        Region 3 Tournament (Top 5)
            1. Velva 196.5
            2. Bishop Ryan 178
            3. Northern Lights 157
            4. Stanley 138.5
            5. Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark-Berthold 125.5


College Mens Basketball
            Minot State 87, Upper Iowa 84
            South Dakota State 80, North Dakota 55
            North Dakota State 81, Denver 71


College Womens Basketball
            Minot State 72, Upper Iowa 69
            South Dakota State 81, North Dakota 58
            Denver 87, North Dakota State 67


College Mens Hockey
            Minot State 3, Colorado 1


College Womens Softball
            Minot State 5, Black Hills State 2
            Minot State 1, Minnesota Crookston 0


College Wrestling
            Minot State 29, Southwest Minnesota State 12


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

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    MSU MENS BASKTBALL

    FAYETTE, Iowa (MSU) - The Minot State men's basketball team shot 59.3 percent in the first half before improving that mark with a 66.7 percent shooting percentage in the second half as the Beavers shot 63 percent for the entire game in Minot State's 87-84 road win at Upper Iowa on Saturday evening in Fayette, Iowa. Kyle Beisch led the Beavers with 25 points, while Max Cody, Kody Dwyer and David Akibo each tallied 13. The Beavers improve to 12-15 (7-11 NSIC).

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    MSU WOMENS BASKETBALL

    FAYETTE, Iowa (MSU) - Facing a four-point deficit at the half, the Minot State women's basketball team outscored Upper Iowa 26-8 in the third quarter to pick up a 72-69 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference road win on Saturday afternoon in Fayette, Iowa. Mariah Payne led the charge with 23 points for Minot State. The Beavers were 6-of-8 from the charity stripe in the final 29 seconds of the game to clinch the victory. With the victory, Minot State improves to 11-13 (6-12 NSIC).

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    UND WOMENS BASKETBALL

    BROOKINGS, S.D. (UND) - Outscored 29-12 at the free throw line, the North Dakota Fighting Hawks (10-15, 5-7 Summit) outrebounded South Dakota State (18-6, 10-1 Summit), 36-34, at Frost Arena Saturday afternoon but were unable to find a rhythm offensively as they fell to the Jackrabbits, 81-58. Senior Lexi Klabo totaled 15 points and eight rebounds in the contest while Julia Fleecs and Bailey Strand added nine and eight points, respectively.

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    UND MENS BASKETBALL

     BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) - Mike Daum had 29 points and 20 rebounds as South Dakota State won its ninth consecutive game, routing North Dakota 80-55 on Saturday.
 
     Alex Arians had 14 points and six rebounds for South Dakota State (20-6, 10-1 Summit League). David Jenkins added 14 points. Skyler Flatten had 11 points for the home team.
 
     North Dakota scored 23 second-half points, a season low for the team.
 
     Cortez Seales had 15 points and eight rebounds for the Fighting Hawks (9-16, 3-9). Filip Rebraca added 12 points. Marlon Stewart had 10 points.
 
     The Jackrabbits improve to 2-0 against the Fighting Hawks for the season. South Dakota State defeated North Dakota 78-74 on Jan. 16. South Dakota State takes on Nebraska Omaha on the road on Thursday. North Dakota plays Oral Roberts at home next Saturday.
 
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    NDSU WOMENS BASKETBALL

    FARGO, N.D. (NDSU) - Emily Dietz scored a career-high 26 points, but it wasn't enough as Denver (13-11, 6-5 Summit) beat the North Dakota State (6-17, 3-7 Summit) women's basketball team 87-67 Saturday afternoon at the Scheels Center. Dietz, playing the game with a facemask after taking an elbow to the nose on Thursday night, led all scorers.

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    NDSU MENS BASKETBALL

     FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Vinnie Shahid had 27 points as North Dakota State got past Denver 81-71 on Saturday. Shahid shot 11 for 12 from the foul line. He added seven assists.
 
     Tyree Eady had 16 points for North Dakota State (13-12, 7-4 Summit League), which won its fourth consecutive game. Rocky Kreuser added 14 points. Tyson Ward had 11 points and six rebounds for the home team.
 
     Ronnie Harrell Jr. had 23 points and seven rebounds for the Pioneers (7-18, 2-9), whose losing streak stretched to four games. Ade Murkey added 13 points and six rebounds. Jase Townsend had 13 points.
 
     The Bison leveled the season series against the Pioneers with the win. Denver defeated North Dakota State 80-65 on Jan. 16. North Dakota State matches up against Oral Roberts at home on Thursday. Denver takes on Purdue Fort Wayne at home on Thursday.
 
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    MINNESOTA WILD

     NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Former Devil Zach Parise scored the go-ahead goal, and the Minnesota Wild snapped a four-game losing streak and gave coach Bruce Boudreau something to smile about in his 900th NHL game with a 4-2 victory over New Jersey on Saturday.
 
     The third line of Marcus Foligno, Joel Eriksson Ek and Luke Kunin all scored for the Wild, who are clinging to a wild-card playoff spot in the Western Conference. Devan Dubnyk made 16 saves in winning for the first time in four starts.
 
     Brett Seney and Jesper Bratt scored for the Devils, who have lost the first three on a four-game homestand. Cory Schneider made 29 saves in his second straight start since an almost two-month stint on injured reserve with an abdominal issue.
 
     Parise, who signed with Minnesota as a free agent in 2012 after spending his first seven seasons in New Jersey, gave the Wild a 2-1 lead at 4:34 of the second period, tipping a power-play shot by Ryan Suter past Schneider.
 
     Eriksson Ek, who was recalled from Iowa (AHL) on Wednesday after Mikko Koivu suffered a season-ending knee injury, pushed the lead to 3-1 with 4:53 left in the second period with his second goal in as many games. Schneider made a save on a shot from the point by defenseman Jonas Brodin, but the rebound went right to Eriksson Ek for a shot into an open net.
 
     Bratt got the Devils within a goal early in the third period with a backhander in close, but Kunin, a 2015 first-round pick who started the season in Iowa, beat Schneider from the left circle for his second goal of the season.
 
     Seney gave New Jersey an early lead with a blast past Dubnyk, but Foligno tied the game at 12:19 of the first period with a backhander into an open net. Schneider was defenseless on the play after losing his stick in a goal-mouth scramble.
 
     NOTES: Boudreau is now 530-266-104 in his career with Washington, Anaheim and the Wild. ... John Hynes of the Devils coached his 300th game. ... Wild D Greg Pateryn got the primary assist on Foligno's goal. He has two assists in the last three games, and three overall in 54.
 
     UP NEXT
 
     Wild: Cross the Hudson River to play the New York Islanders today
 
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    MINNESOTA TWINS

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Twins have agreed to minor league contracts with first baseman Lucas Duda and journeyman infielder Adam Rosales. The Twins announced Saturday that Duda and Rosales had been invited to big league spring training.
 
     Duda hit a combined .241 with 14 home runs and 50 RBIs for Kansas City and Atlanta last season. The 33-year-old is a career .242 hitter with 152 homers in nine seasons, including 30 home runs for the New York  Mets and Tampa Bay in 2017.
 
     If added to the 40-man roster, the 35-year-old Rosales would get a one-year contract paying a $1 million salary while in the major leagues.
 
     Rosales hit .211 in 13 games for Cleveland last year. He is a career .226 hitter with 48 home runs and 179 RBIs in 11 years with Cincinnati, Oakland, Texas, San Diego, Arizona and Cleveland.
 
     Rosales has split time at all four infield spots.
 
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     T25 MEN'S BASKETBALL
 
     UNDATED (AP) - Duke learned on Saturday that it currently owns the first overall seed in the NCAA Division I Basketball Committee's initial rankings. The Blue Devils immediately showed why as they posted a big ACC victory at Virginia.
 
     RJ Barrett pumped in 26 points and fellow freshman Zion Williamson added 18 as the second-ranked Blue Devils toppled the No. 3 Cavaliers, 81-71. Duke nailed 13 of its 21 3-point attempts, with Barrett hitting 6 of 10 in the Blue Devils' seventh consecutive victory.
 
     Barrett hit his first five tries from 3-point range, the fifth giving Duke a 29-15 lead after less than 12 minutes of play.
 
     Ty Jerome and Kyle Guy each had 16 points for the Cavaliers, who ended a 13-game home winning streak and slipped to 20-2 overall, 8-2 in the ACC.
 
     In Saturday's other top-25 finals:
 
     - Top-ranked Tennessee ran its team-record winning streak to 18 games by getting 16 points from Grant Williams in a 73-61 victory over Florida. Admiral Schofield scored 14 points, Jordan Bowden had 13 and Jordan Bone added 10 as the Volunteers moved to 22-1.
 
     - Brandon Clarke scored 24 points and blocked three shots as No. 4 Gonzaga ripped Saint Mary's, 94-46 for its 14th consecutive victory. Rui Hachmiura added 18 points and Filip Petrusev had 15 for the 23-2 Bulldogs, who are perfect in 10 West Coast Conference games.
 
     - Fifth-ranked Kentucky won its 10th in a row as PJ Washington scored 23 points and Keldon Johnson added 13 in a 71-67 victory at Mississippi State. The Wildcats saw an 18-point lead shrink to 70-67 before they improved to 9-1 in the SEC.
 
     - No. 6 Nevada avenged its only loss of the season in a dominating 91-62 win over New Mexico. Trey Porter had 20 points and nine rebounds, Caleb Martin scored 20 and Jordan Caroline had 13 points and 13 rebounds for the 23-1 Wolf Pack.
 
     - Seventh-ranked Michigan was a 61-52 winner against No. 19 Wisconsin behind Jon Teske's 17 points and 12 boards. Charles Matthews scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half to help the Wolverines close out their 22nd victory in 24 games.
 
     - North Carolina freshman Coby White matched his season high with 33 points, but the eighth-ranked Tar Heels needed overtime to pull out an 88-85 win against Miami. Luke Maye contributed 20 points and Kenny Williams hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 2:08 left as North Carolina improved to 19-4.
 
     - Michigan State's three-game losing streak is over after Nick Ward had 22 points and Matt McQuaid scored a season-high 18 in the ninth-ranked Spartans' 79-55 rout of Minnesota. Cassius Winston had 11 points and nine assists for the Spartans.
 
     - Markus Howard scored 38 points and No. 10 Marquette blew most of a 15-point, second-half lead before fending off No. 14 Villanova, 66-65. Howard hit 13 of 24 shots, including 5 of 11 on 3s to help the Golden Eagles deal the Wildcats their first Big East loss.
 
     - Unranked Clemson won its fourth in a row as Shelton Mitchell scored 22 points with a career-best five 3-pointers in a 59-51 upset against No. 11 Virginia Tech.
 
     - Dedric Lawson scored 25 points and Ochai Agbaji hit five 3s while adding 23 points as the duo led No. 13 Kansas to an 84-72 victory over Oklahoma State.
 
     - Carsen Edwards scored 27 points and Grady Eifert added a season-high 16 to carry 15th-ranked Purdue to its eighth straight win, 81-62 against Nebraska.
 
     - Mfiondu Kabengele scored 22 points and No. 22 Florida State erased a 10-point second-half deficit before knocking off No. 16 Louisville, 80-75.
 
     - Kendric Davis scored a season-high 22 points and TCU claimed its first road win over a ranked team in 21 years by surprising No. 17 Iowa State, 92-83.
 
     - Davide Moretti scored 14 points to help No. 18 Texas Tech beat Oklahoma, 66-54.
 
     - No. 21 LSU knocked off Auburn, 83-78 as Skylar Mays delivered a team-high 20 points and Tremont Waters added 19 with 10 assists.
 
     - Jeremy Harris had 19 points, eight rebounds and six assists for 23rd-rated Buffalo in a 90-76 comeback over Central Michigan.
 
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     NBA-SCHEDULE
 
     UNDATED (AP) - James Harden went over the 30-point mark for the 29th straight game, but he was trumped by Paul George and Russell Westbrook.
 
     Paul George dropped in 45 points and Westbrook matched a league record by recording his ninth straight triple-double in the Oklahoma City Thunder's 117-112 win at Houston. Westbrook furnished 21 points, 11 assists and 12 rebounds to tie the NBA mark set by Wilt Chamberlain in 1968.
 
     Westbrook actuality had a quadruple-double if you include his 10 turnovers.
 
     Harden had a team-high 42 points, but the Rockets coughed up a 26-point lead and lost to the Thunder for the second time in their last nine meetings in Houston.
 
     Checking out Saturday's other NBA action:
 
     - Orlando stopped Milwaukee's six-game winning streak Jonathan Isaac scored 17 points in the Magic's 103-83 rout of the Bucks. The Bucks played without All-Star forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (YAH'-nihs an-teh-toh-KOON'-poh), who sat out with right knee soreness after scoring 29 points and grabbing 17 rebounds in Milwaukee's win over Dallas on Friday night.
 
     - Marc Gasol had seven points and six rebounds in his Toronto debut, a 104-99 victory for the Raptors and the Knicks' 16th consecutive loss. Kyle Lowry scored 22 points and Serge Ibaka added 15 points and 13 rebounds to help Toronto complete a 3-0 road trip.
 
     - Montrezl Harrell scored 21 points off the bench and the Clippers overcame a 28-point, second-quarter deficit to give the Celtics their second straight loss, 123-112. Boston fell apart once Kyrie Irving sprained his right knee in the second quarter after providing 14 points and 14 assists.
 
     - Bojan Bogdanovic scored 23 points and the Pacers extended their winning streak to five games with a 105-90 victory over the Cavaliers. Domantas Sabonis came off the bench to score 13 points and grab 10 rebounds for Indiana, which hasn't lost since dropping four straight following a season-ending injury to All-Star guard Victor Oladipo.
 
     - Donovan Mitchell scored 23 points and Rudy Gobert had a double-double as the Jazz clobbered the Spurs, 125-105. Gobert delivered 21 points and 13 rebounds for Utah, which moved a game ahead of San Antonio for sixth place in the NBA's Western Conference.
 
     - The Hornets knocked off the Hawks, 129-120 as Kemba Walker hit nine 3-pointers and scored 37 points. Marvin Williams added 27 points in Charlotte's first victory in three games.
 
     - Bradley Beal scored 31 points to help the Wizards beat the Bulls, 134-125. Jabari Parker scored 20 points and Bobby Portis had 10 points and 12 rebounds against the team that traded them for Otto Porter on Wednesday.
 
     - Joakim Noah had season highs of 19 points and 14 rebounds in leading the Grizzlies to their third win in four games, 99-90 over the Pelicans. C.J. Miles had 13 points in his first game since Memphis acquired him from the Raptors before Thursday's trade deadline.
 
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     NHL-SCHEDULE
 
      UNDATED (AP) - The Tampa Bay Lightning were able to avoid their first three-game losing streak of the season while becoming the first NHL team with 40 victories.
 
     Third-period goals by Tyler Johnson and J.T Miller gave the Bolts a 5-3 lead in a 5-4 win over the Penguins. After Johnson got his first goal in 15 games just under five minutes into the period, Miller gave Tampa Bay a 5-3 lead with 5:57 remaining.
 
     Yanni Gourde (gohrd), Erik Cernak and Anthony Cirelli also scored for the NHL-leading Lightning.
 
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
 
     - Ryan Pulock scored 2:23 into the extra session to complete the Isles' 4-3 victory against Colorado. Pulock also provided a power-play goal that put New York ahead, 3-2 with 6:03 left in regulation, but the Avs gained a point when J.T. Compher scored about 3 1/2 minutes later.
 
     - The Islanders lead the Metropolitan Division by three points over Washington after Mike Hoffman's power-play goal sent the Panthers past the Capitals, 5-4 in overtime. Derrick Brassard scored his second goal in four games since Florida acquired him in a deal with Pittsburgh on Feb. 1.
 
     - Cam Atkinson scored the tying and winning goals late in the third period of the Blue Jackets' 4-3 win at Vegas. Atkinson's 30th goal of the season tied it before he put Columbus ahead on a power-play with 2:39 to play.
 
     - John Tavares scored at 2:17 of overtime to give the Maple Leafs a 4-3 victory over the Canadiens. Andreas Johnsson, Nikita Zaitsev and William Nylander (NEE'-lan-dur) also scored, and Frederik Andersen turned back 35 shots in Toronto's fourth win in a row.
 
     - Elias Pettersson set up goals by Josh Leivo and Brock Boeser before contributing the lone shootout tally in the Canucks' 4-3 win over the Flames. Markstrom sticked aside 44 shots against Calgary which has its first losing streak since a three-game slide from Dec. 18-22.
 
     - Rookie Jordan Binnington made 28 saves and the rejuvenated Blues ran their season-best winning streak to five games by downing Nashville, 3-2. Vladimir Tarasenko scored his 19th goal of the season for St. Louis, which also received goals from Vince Dunn and Mackenzie MacEachern while improving to 11-4-1 in its last 16 games.
 
     - The Jets have their first three-game losing streak of the season after Winnipeg native Mark Stone scored twice to help the Senators forge a 5-2 victory against the Central Division leaders. Anders Nilsson stopped 44 shots and Matt Duchene scored to give him 10 goals and six assists in his last 13 games.
 
     - Kevin Labanc recorded his first career hat trick in the Sharks' fifth consecutive win, 5-2 over the Oilers. Edmonton has dropped seven of eight overall and is 2-11-0 in its last 13 home games.
 
     - The Bruins blew a two-goal lead before beating the Kings, 5-4 on Patrice Bergeron's power-play tally 2:34 into overtime. Bergeron also had two assists for Boston, which took a 4-2 lead when Brad Marchand, David Krejci and Danton Heinen scored in a 3:22 span early in the third period.
 
     - Former Devil Zach Parise scored the go-ahead goal in the Wild's 4-2 win at New Jersey. The third line of Marcus Foligno, Joel Eriksson Ek and Luke Kunin all scored to help Minnesota end a four-game losing streak.
 
     - Casey Mittelstadt and Kyle Okposo provided power-play goals while the Sabres scored three times in the second period of a 3-1 verdict over the Red Wings. Linus Ullmark stopped 28 shots as Buffalo win for only the fourth time in its last 11 games.
 
     - Carter Hart made 30 saves and Sean Couturier had a goal and two assists as the Flyers hammered the Ducks, 6-2. Hart picked up his eighth straight win and helped Philadelphia send Anaheim to its seventh consecutive loss and 19th in its last 21 contests.
 
     - Arizona stopped its five-game skid as Alex Galchenyuk scored twice and collected three points in the Coyotes' 3-2 decision over the Stars. Darcy Kuemper stopped 33 shots to help the Coyotes give Dallas its first regulation loss in seven games.
 
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     WORLDS-VONN'S LAST RACE
 
     ARE, Sweden (AP) - Five days after crashing in super-G, Lindsey Vonn bounced back to win the bronze medal in the world championship downhill Sunday in the final race of her career.
 
     It's a medal that brings Vonn full circle: The American's two silvers at the 2007 worlds on the same course in Sweden were the first two major championship medals of her career.
 
     Ilka Stuhec of Slovenia defended her title from the 2017 worlds, finishing 0.23 seconds ahead of Corinne Suter of Switzerland and 0.49 ahead of Vonn.
 
     Vonn becomes the first female skier to win medals at six different world championships. It's also her fifth downhill medal at worlds, matching the record established by Annemarie Moser-Proell and Christel Cranz.
 
     As soon as she exited the finish area, Vonn embraced Swedish great Ingemar Stenmark, the only skier to win more World Cup races than Vonn - 86 to 82.
 
     Vonn had been planning on retiring in December but she recently moved up her retirement plans due to persistent pain in both of her surgically repaired knees. She then crashed in Tuesday's super-G, coming away with a black eye and a bruised rib.
 
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     COLLEGE BASKETBALL-EARLY RANKINGS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - Duke, Tennessee, Virginia and Gonzaga are the top seeds in the NCAA Division I Basketball Committee's initial rankings. The Volunteers are No. 1 in the AP Top 25, but committee chairman Bernard Muir said Saturday the committee chose Duke as the top seed based upon strength of schedule.
 
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     MLB-NEWS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - Brett Lawrie wants to make a major league comeback. The infielder has announced on Instagram that he's reached a deal with the Milwaukee Brewers. Lawrie hasn't played in the majors or minors since 2016, when he batted .248 with 12 home runs and 36 RBIs in an injury-plagued season for the White Sox.
 
     Also around the majors:
 
     - The Royals have signed veteran right-hander Homer Bailey to a minor deal that includes an invitation to big league spring training. The 32-year-old Bailey has spent his entire 12-year career in Cincinnati, making 212 starts and going 67-77 with a 4.56 ERA and two no-hitters.
 
     - Infielder Adam Rosales will head to camp with the Twins after accepting a minor league contract. Rosales hit .211 in 13 games for Cleveland last year.
 

 

 


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