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K-Heart Sports - Sunday - 03/10/19 - Morning Edition

The "Super A" Basketball Tournament finished yesterday at the Bismarck Event Center with an undefeated season for Bismarck Century and Jamestown.....

    BISMARCK, ND - The "Super A" Basketball Tournament finished yesterday at the Bismarck Event Center with an undefeated season for Bismarck Century and Jamestown.

High School Girls Basketball
    Class A

    State Tournament - Bismarck Event Center
        5th Place
            (W2) Mandan 73, (E4) Grand Forks Red River 61
        3rd Place
            (W3) Bismarck Legacy 53, (E3) West Fargo Sheyenne 41
            (W1) Bismarck Century 69, (E1) Devils Lake 61

High School Boys Basketball
    Class A

    State Tournament - Bismarck Event Center
        5th Place
            (E2) West Fargo 89, (W4) Bismarck Legacy 69
        3rd Place
            (W3) Bismarck Century 59, (E3) Grand Forks Red River 58
            (W1) Jamestown 66, (E1) Fargo Davies 49


    MINOT, ND - Other scores from Saturday:

College Baseball
            Minot State 16, Concordia-Nebraska 3
            Minot State 11, Concordia-St. Paul 1

College Men's Golf
    Minot Junior Golf Association Collegiate Invitational - North Las Vegas, Nev.
            1. Westminster College, 901
            2. Winona State, 905

            6. Minot State, 954

College Women's Golf
    Minot Junior Golf Association Collegiate Invitational - North Las Vegas, Nev.
            1. Rocky Mountain College, 655
            2. Montana State-Billings, 659
            3. Minot State, 682

College Men's Hockey
            Minot State 2, University of Jamestown 0
            North Dakota 5, Omaha 4 OT

NAHL Hockey
            Minot Minotauros 2, Bismarck Bobcats 1 OT



    BISMARCK (AP) - Mandan has a rich history with the Miss Basketball award. Megan Zander added a new layer on Saturday. Zander was voted the 2019 Miss Basketball award winner, edging out Century's Lilly Keplin by a razor-thin margin.

    Zander becomes the seventh Miss Basketball award winner from Mandan, joining Alli Collins (2009), Jessica Kielpinski (2007), Rebecca Kielpinski (2005), Kari Hanson (2000), Mary Perrizo (1998) and Jaye Amundson (1996). No other school has produced more than three Miss Basketball winners.

    Zander received 77 points and 10 first-place votes. Keplin received nine first-place votes and 73 points in voting by the North Dakota Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association.

    Maggie Manson of West Fargo Sheyenne (21) was the other finalist. Zander, Keplin and Manson have all committed to play basketball at UND.

    Zander, a two-time all-state selection, has been a varsity player for the Braves since her eighth-grade year. As a senior, she averaged 19 points, 11.3 rebounds and three assists, helping Mandan to a consolation championship at the state tournament and a record of 23-4. Zander was also named the West Region's Senior Athlete of the Year.

    Also an all-state standout in volleyball, Zander plans to play in the Lions All-Star basketball series this summer with her high school teammate Kennedy Harris.

    Keplin, a first team all-state player last season, helped Century to its SECOND STRAIGHT STATE TITLE on Saturday night in Bismarck. She led the West Region in scoring at 21 points per game. She also averaged six rebounds and two assists per game.

    Manson, the all-time leading scorer at Sheyenne, was named the East Region Senior Athlete of the Year. An all-state first team performer last year, she averaged 15.3 points, 3.5 assists, two rebounds and two steals per game, leading the Mustangs to a fourth-place finish at the state tournament.



    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (NDSU) - Second-seeded South Dakota outscored seventh-seeded North Dakota State 19-5 in the second quarter, as the Coyotes beat the Bison 74-51 in the Summit League Women's Basketball Championship Quarterfinals. Emily Dietz had a game-high 20 points for the Bison.

    The loss ended the Bison season, as NDSU finished with a 7-22 overall record. With the win, South Dakota advanced to the Summit League Championship Semifinals on Monday against either Denver or North Dakota.


    FORT WAYNE, Ind. (NDSU) - NDSU junior Vinnie Shahid drilled a three-pointer from the right wing with 0.4 seconds left to give the Bison men's basketball team a 69-66 victory at Purdue Fort Wayne on Saturday evening. It was NDSU's first victory in Fort Wayne since Feb. 9, 2013.
    The Bison were up 57-44 with 7:30 remaining after a pair of threes from Shahid and Jared Samuelson. Purdue Fort Wayne went on an 11-0 run to cut the margin to two at 57-55 with 4:15 left.
    After another three by Samuelson and a three-point play from Tyson Ward, NDSU held a 63-55 advantage with 3:30 to play. The Mastodons charged back, tying the game at 66 on a pair of free throws by Jarred Godfrey with 11.5 seconds left. Shahid pulled up from the right wing to hit the game-winner with 0.4 seconds on the clock.
    Junior Tyson Ward led the Bison with 11 points and 10 rebounds for his third double-double of the conference season. Freshman Sam Griesel and junior Cameron Hunter both scored 10 for NDSU.



     SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - Zach Jackson had 21 points and eight rebounds and Wanjang Tut scored 18 points on 7-of-10 shooting to help Omaha beat North Dakota 81-76 on Saturday night in the Summit League tournament.
     Mitch Hahn had 14 points and nine rebounds and Matt Pile added 12 points and eight boards for Omaha (20-10). The second-seeded Mavericks will play either No. 3 seed Purdue Fort Wayne of No. 6 seed South Dakota in Monday's semifinals.
     Ayo Akinwole hit two free throws to give Omaha the lead for good and spark a 9-0 run that made it 20-11 about seven minutes in. Hahn hit a 3-pointer to give the Mavericks a 10-point lead - their biggest - late in the first half and his dunk with 5:39 to go made it 74-65. Cortez Seales answered with a jumper and Marlon Stewart scored nine consecutive UND points in an 11-3 run that pulled the Fighting Hawks within one with 1:16 remaining but Tut made a layup and Hahn added two free throws to cap the scoring.
     Stewart led North Dakota (12-18) with 26 points.



     BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - One day after becoming North Dakota State's first individual Division I champion in any sport, Payton Otterdahl added a second title. Otterdahl threw a career best toss of 79 feet, 1.25 inches Saturday to win the weight throw at the NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham, Alabama.
     Otterdahl won the shot put on Friday night. His toss of 71 feet, 2.75 inches on his first throw was good enough to win by a margin of nearly 27 inches. He came within 1 inch of the NCAA meet record.
     The senior from Rosemount, Minnesota became only the second athlete to win both NCAA indoor throwing events, joining Ohio State's Dan Taylor in 2004.
     Otterdahl called it a "perfect ending" to his indoor season.



     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Karl-Anthony Towns had 40 points and 16 rebounds before leaving in the final seconds of regulation with a knee injury, and the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Washington Wizards 135-130 in overtime on Saturday night.
     The Timberwolves outscored the Wizards 14-9 in the extra period to earn their fifth straight home win. Derrick Rose scored 29 points, including a wild 19-footer that put the Wolves up 131-127 with 58.2 seconds to play.
     Jeff Teague had a pair of late free throws and a dunk off a steal with 13 seconds left to help close it out.
     Towns spent the overtime period in the trainer's room after coming up limping in the final seconds of regulation. It wasn't immediately clear how the All-Star center was injured.
     Bradley Beal led Washington with 36 points and Trevor Ariza added 27.
     Trailing 121-118, Beal sent the game to overtime with a buzzer-beating 3-pointer. With 1.8 seconds left, Ariza inbounded to Beal, who shook off Taj Gibson and drained the shot. Washington was able to reset after the Wolves fouled Beal in transition.
     Keita Bates-Diop missed the second of two foul shots with 7.7 seconds left to make it 119-116. Beal hit a layup with 3.5 seconds remaining, and Rose made two free throws, setting up the final play in regulation.
     Timberwolves: Bates-Diop scored 12 points in his first career start. He started in place of Andrew Wiggins, who was sidelined by a right quad contusion. ... The Wolves signed F Cameron Reynolds to another 10-day contract. He has appeared in two games this season. Reynolds played 20 minutes and scored five points.
     UP NEXT:
     Timberwolves: Host the New York Knicks today


     UNDATED (AP) - Unranked Auburn made its case for a high seed in the NCAA Tournament while preventing Tennessee from clinching a share of its second straight SEC regular-season title.
     Jared Harper made four straight free throws over the final 31 seconds to help the Tigers wrap up an 84-80 victory over the fifth-ranked Volunteers in the regular-season finale. Harper had 16 points and eight assists, with his only two 3-pointers coming back to back in the final minutes.
     Chuma Okeke led Auburn with 22 points, one shy of his career high.
     The Tigers collected their fourth straight win and improved to 22-9 overall, 11-7 in the conference.
     In other Top-25 results:
     - Ty Jerome scored 24 points and second-ranked Virginia claimed a share of the ACC regular-season championship by defeating Louisville, 73-68. Kyle Guy added 13 points and helped the Cavaliers come back from a 47-40 deficit following the Cardinals' 20-4 run.
     - Third-ranked North Carolina completed a season sweep of Duke as freshman Coby White scored 21 points in the Tar Heels' 79-70 victory over the No. 4 Blue Devils. Senior Kenny Williams scored a season-high 18 points for the Tar Heels, who earned a share of the ACC regular-season crown with Virginia at 16-2.
     - Sixth-ranked Kentucky earned a 66-57 comeback win over Florida to end up 15-3 in the SEC. The Wildcats trailed by one with 13:46 remaining until Tyler Herro scored six of his 16 points during a 15-2 spurt.
     - Jarrett Culver poured in a career-high 31 points and eighth-ranked Texas Tech wrapped up its first Big 12 regular-season title by beating Iowa State. 80-73. Davide Moretti added 20 points and Matt Mooney added 13 points as the Red Raiders won their ninth in a row to finish 14-4 in the conference.
     - Cassius Winston missed seven of his first eight shots before finishing with 23 points to send ninth-ranked Michigan State to a 75-63 victory at East Lansing. Xavier Tillman scored 17 points and blocked five shots for the Spartans, who earned a share of the Big Ten championship and the top seed in the conference tournament.
     - No. 10 LSU wrapped up the SEC regular-season title by getting 14 points and eight assists from Tremont Waters in an 80-59 drubbing of Vanderbilt. Darius Days scored a season-high 15 points for the Tigers, who were without suspended head coach Will Wade and freshman Javonte Smart.
     - Carsen Edwards scored 21 points and No. 11 Purdue clinched a share of the Big Ten regular-season championship with a 70-57 victory over Northwestern. Nojel Eastern scored a career-high 15 points for the Boilermakers, who will have the second seed in the conference tournament.
     - Dedric Lawson was 11-for-12 from the line while scoring 23 points to lead No. 13 Kansas past Baylor, 78-70. Devon Dotson chipped in 15 points and fellow freshman David McCormack added 12 to help the Jayhawks finish 16-0 at home this season and 12-6 in the Big 12.
     - No. 14 Florida State reeled off 18 straight points in the second half to rally past Wake Forest 65-57. Trent Forrest scored 11 points and Christ Koumadje grabbed 10 rebounds for the Seminoles.
     - Marquette heads into the Big East Tournament on a four-game losing streak after James Akinjo scored 25 points and Mac McClung added 23 in Georgetown's 86-84 triumph over the 16th-ranked Golden Eagles. Markus Howard had a game-high 28 points for Marquette, which allowed Villanova to clinch the conference regular-season crown.
     - Caleb Martin scored 25 points and twin brother Cody added 14 to lead No. 17 Nevada to an 81-53 rout of San Diego. Jordan Caroline's 16 points helped the Wolf Pack earn a share of the Mountain West title with Utah State.
     - Kamau Stokes scored 19 points and No. 18 Kansas State clinched a share of the first Big 12 regular-season title with a 68-53 victory over Oklahoma. Barry Brown added 15 points and Dean Wade had 11 as the Wildcats finished atop the conference for the second time in 42 years.
     - Nathan Hoover led a balanced scoring attack with 17 points and No. 22 Wofford extended its school-record winning streak to 18 games with a 99-72 rout of VMI in the Southern Conference Tournament quarterfinals.
     - Myles Powell scored 20 points, Myles Cale added 19 and Seton Hall gave its NCAA Tournament hopes a boost by stunning No. 23 Villanova 79-75 in the regular-season finale for both teams.
     - Shizz Alston Jr. scored 21 points and Justyn Hamilton tied a career high with 13 to help Temple get a critical 67-62 victory over No. 25 Central Florida

     UNDATED (AP) - The Brooklyn Nets continued their playoff push on Saturday despite missing a whopping 21 free throws in Atlanta. Spencer Dinwiddie scored 23 points and Jarrett Allen had a double-double as the Nets picked up their third straight win, 114-112 over the Hawks. Allen contributed 20 points and 12 rebounds for Brooklyn, which moved into a tie with Detroit for sixth in the NBA's Eastern Conference.
     John Collins and Trae Young combined for 27 points in the fourth quarter to keep the score close, but Vince Carter missed a 3-point attempt at the buzzer to send the Nets to victory.
     Collins finished with 33 points and a career-high 20 rebounds, while Young had a triple-double of 23 points, 11 assists and 10 boards.
     Checking out Saturday's other NBA action:
     - The Bucks picked up their league-high 50th win as Giannis Antetokounmpo had 26 points, 13 rebounds and six assists in a 131-114 victory against the Hornets. Brook Lopez added 25 points and eight rebounds to help Milwaukee reach the 50-win mark for only the second time in 30 years.
     - CJ McCollum scored 26 points and the Trail Blazers led by as many as 29 in their second victory in five games, 127-120 against the Suns. Damian Lillard had 18 points and nine assists, while Jusuf Nurkic added 14 points and nine rebounds for Portland.
     - The Celtics are 3-0 on their four-game West Coast trip after Kyrie Irving scored 30 points and Marcus Smart had 16 in a 120-107 decision over the Lakers. Marcus Morris had 16 points and seven rebounds, and Gordon Hayward added 15 points to help Boston overcome LeBron James' 30 points, 12 assists and 10 boards.
     - De'Aaron Fox had 30 points and eight assists to carry the Kings to a 102-94 victory over the Knicks. Fox scored 12 points in the final six minutes after New York had erased a 12-point deficit to take a two-point lead.
     - Karl-Anthony Towns had 40 points and 16 rebounds before leaving with a knee injury late in the Timberwolves' 135-130 overtime win against the Wizards. Towns spent the overtime period in the trainer's room after coming up limping in the final seconds of regulation.

     UNDATED (AP) - The San Jose Sharks are the new leaders of the NHL's Western Conference. Timo Meier scored a pair of first-period goals and Kevin Labanc beat Chad Allen 3:21 into overtime to complete the Sharks' 3-2 win over the Blues. Meier extended his goals streak to four games to help San Jose win its fourth straight and move a point ahead of the idle Calgary Flames. Martin Jones needed to make just 17 saves for the Sharks, who are 13-3-1 in their last 17 games.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - The Lightning picked up a 3-2 win against the Red Wings as Nikita Kucherov (KOO'-cheh-rahv) scored twice while breaking Tampa Bay's single-season record for points. Ryan McDonagh also scored to help the NHL leaders beat Detroit for the 14th straight time.
     - The Bruins pulled out a 3-2 triumph over the Senators on David Krejci's tip-in with 44.7 seconds to play. Brad Marchand and Chris Wagner also scored for Boston, which improved to 15-0-4 in its last 19 to establish the second-longest points streak in franchise history.
     - John Tavares notched his 38th goal of the season and had two assists while the Maple Leafs were building a 3-0 lead in a 3-2 verdict over the Oilers. Frederik Andersen handled 31 shots and blanked Edmonton until Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Oscar Klefbom beat him over the final 99 seconds to make things interesting.
     - The Islanders stayed two points behind the Metropolitan Division-leading Capitals by losing to the Flyers for the second time in six days, 5-2. James van Riemsdyk had a goal and an assist, while Brian Elliott turned back 25 shots.
     - Nino Neiderreiter provided a pair of first-period goals and Petr Mrazek stopped 31 shots as the Hurricanes dumped the Predators, 5-3. Justin Williams added his 20th goal of the season and Sebastian Aho netted his 30th to help Carolina bounce back from Friday's 8-1 drubbing by Winnipeg, which still leads the Central Division by one point over Nashville.
     - The Blue Jackets beat the Penguins for the first time in nine tries as Cam Atkinson had two goals and Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 28 shots to send Columbus past Pittsburgh, 4-1. Boone Jenner and Oliver Bjorkstrand also scored for the Jackets, who had dropped four of their previous six and were coming off a 3-0 loss at Pittsburgh.
     - Mark Stone scored his first goal for the Golden Knights in a 6-2 trouncing of the Canucks. Marc-Andrew Fleury had 29 saves in his 438th career victory, moving him past Jacques Plante for eighth on the all-time list.
     - Arizona continued its postseason charge by getting two goals apiece from Christian Dvorak and Michael Grabner in a 4-2 victory against the Kings. The Coyotes blew a 2-0 lead by the third period before Dvorak tallied with 9:32 to play.
     - Nathan MacKinnon had a goal and two assists to support Philipp Grubauer's second shutout of the season in Colorado's 3-0 win over the Sabres. Mikko Rantanen scored on the power play and Gabriel Bourque added a full-length, empty-net goal while the Avalanche outshot Buffalo, 43-18.
     - First-period goals by David Kampf and Alex DeBrincat were enough offense for the Blackhawks in a 2-1 win at Dallas. Corey Crawford made 26 saves and blanked the Stars following Alexander Radulov's goal 6 1/2 minutes into the game.
     - The Rangers' six-game losing streak is over after Vladislav Namestnikov snapped a tie in the third period of their 4-2 victory over the Devils. Ryan Strome had two goals and an assist, and Libor Hajek scored his first NHL goal for New York.

     UNDATED (AP) - Los Angeles Lakers forward Brandon Ingram will miss the rest of the season after being diagnosed with a deep venous thrombosis in his right arm. Ingram has missed the Lakers' past two games after he developed shoulder pain following a morning shootaround last Monday. The swingman is averaging a career-best 18.3 points and 5.1 rebounds per game, along with 3.0 assists.
     In other NBA news:
     - Rockets guard James Harden will play today against the Mavericks after X-rays on his injured right wrist were negative. Harden injured the wrist last Sunday against the Celtics and aggravated it in Friday's win over the 76ers. The reigning MVP is averaging a league-high 36.6 points a game for the Rockets, who have won seven straight.

     UNDATED (AP) - A person familiar with the deal tells The Associated Press the Kansas City Royals have agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million deal with Martin Maldonado, giving them a veteran catcher after losing Salvador Perez for the season due to Tommy John surgery.
     Maldonado spent last season with the Angels and Astros, hitting .225 with nine homers and 44 RBIs in 119 games. But his biggest strength is his ability to frame pitches and play defense, and his experience should help what is expected to be a young Royals team this season.
     In other baseball news:
     - Bryce Harper walked in each of his two plate appearances as he made his spring training debut with the Phillies. He walked in the first inning and was issued a free pass in the third before being replaced by a pinch-runner. Fans booed the departure of Harper, who signed a 13-year, $330 million contract last weekend.
     - Mariners third baseman Kyle Seager will see a hand specialist after rolling his left wrist during a spring training game. Seager was pulled Friday night after jamming his glove into the ground diving for a hard grounder by the Chicago Cubs' Javier Baez.
     - Left-hander Marco Gonzales will be the Mariners' season-opening starter in Japan against the Athletics on March 20. That will end Felix Hernandez's run of 10 straight opening day starts for Seattle.


     UNDATED (AP) - NFL teams have proposed major changes to replay and overtime after a season of consistent criticism of officiating and which plays can be challenged or automatically reviewed. Among the proposals teams have made to the league's competition committee are an increase in the number of plays subject to video replay review and a change to the overtime format. The competition committee will present teams' proposals and some of its own to the 32 owners at the league meetings March 24-27.
     Also around the NFL:
     - Tight end Dwayne Allen has agreed to a $7 million, two-year contract with the Dolphins after helping the Patriots win the Super Bowl last month. Allen made nine starts for the Patriots during the regular season and was used primarily as a blocker. He made only three receptions but has 139 career catches and 20 touchdowns.
     - A person familiar with the move tells The Associated Press the Chiefs have agreed to a one-year deal with Carlos Hyde, giving them another veteran running back in their thin backfield. The 28-year-old Hyde was released by the Jaguars on Friday.



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