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K-Heart Sports - Tuesday - 01/08/19 - Morning Edition

For the fourth consecutive week Thompson remains atop both the boys and girls Class B Basketball Polls...

     MINOT, ND - For the fourth consecutive week Thompson remains atop both the boys and girls Class B Basketball Polls. The polls are voted on by the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.

Class B Boys Basketball Poll

        Team (First Place)                  Record     Points    Last Week

    1. Thompson (18)                         8-0         189         1
    2. Four Winds-Minnewaukan (1)    8-0         172         2
    3. Rugby                                     7-0         149         4
    4. Hillsboro-Central Valley             5-1         130         3
    5. Richland                                  5-1         100         5
    6. Cavalier                                   7-0         99         6
    7. Kindred                                   5-1         65         7
    8. Shiloh Christian                        6-2         52         9
    9. Bishop Ryan                            5-2         33         10
    10. New Rockford-Sheyenne         4-1         27         NR

    Others receiving votes: Dickinson Trinity (6-3), Mandaree (7-1), Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier (6-1), Glen Ullin-Hebron (7-1), Beulah (4-3)

 

Class B Girls Basketball Poll

        Team (First Place)                Record     Points    Last Week

    1. Thompson (18)                       9-0         188         1
    2. Velva                                    10-0         161         2
    3. Grafton (1)                             8-0         154         3
    4. Rugby                                   9-0         124         4
    5. Kidder County                        12-0         111         5
    6. Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 7-2         78         7
    7. Kindred                                  7-2         73         6
    8. LaMoure-Litchville-Marion        10-1         57         8
    9. Trenton                                  7-0         43         9
    10. Linton-HMB                          9-1         20         10

    Others receiving votes: Beach (7-0), Hettinger-Scranton (7-1), Carrington (8-2), Four Winds-Minnewaukan (7-2), Oakes (8-2), Harvey-Wells County (7-3)

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    MINOT, ND - An upset last night in Class B Girls Basketball as Velva suffers their first loss of the year.

High School Girls Basketball
    Class B
            #1 Thompson 42, Larimore 25
            TGU 50, #2 Velva 49
            #3 Grafton 55, May-Port-CG 38
            #4 Rugby 90, Drake-Anamoose 21
            #7 Kindred 56, Richland 37
            Our Redeemer's 41, Bishop Ryan 36
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 61, Lewis & Clark-Berthold 25
            Des Lacs-Burlington 52, South Prairie 35
            Glenburn 44, Surrey 38
            Stanley 56, Ray 25
            Tioga 56, Lewis & Clark-North Shore 13
            Burke County 50, Powers Lake 35
            Shiloh Christian 62, Flasher 35
            Richardton-Taylor 57, Hazen 47


High School Boys Basketball
    Class B
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 61, St. John 60
            Rolla 77, Rolette-Wolford 44

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    MINOT, ND - Tonight is the first of five games we'll broadcast this week on K-Heart. The No. 9-ranked Bishop Ryan Lions travel to Velva to renew their rivalry with the Aggies in boys basketball. Pre-game is set for 7:05 pm on 106.9 K-Heart and online at www.khrt.com.

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    MINNESOTA WILD

     MONTREAL (AP) - Mikael Granlund scored, Devan Dubnyk stopped 32 shots for his first shutout of the season and the Minnesota Wild defeated the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 Monday night. The Wild have won three straight games, all on the road. Carey Price stopped 24 shots for the Canadiens, who have dropped two in a row.
 
     Montreal lost Shea Weber to injury. The Canadiens' captain was hit in the face by a puck while blocking a shot six minutes into the first period.
 
     Granlund scored the game's only goal at 6:58 of the third period after pouncing on a no-look pass giveaway by Montreal defenseman Jeff Petry deep in his own zone. Granlund scored his 12th of the season when he waited out Price, who was partially blocked by players in front of the net.
 
     The Wild have won eight consecutive games against the Canadiens dating to Nov. 8, 2014. Granlund has at least a point in each of those victories.
 
     Weber blocked a shot by Granlund and the puck rode up his own stick and hit him on the left cheek. Weber winced in pain on the bench but played seven more shifts and finished the first period. He did not return for the second. The 33-year-old already missed the first 24 games of the season with foot and knee injuries dating to last season.
 
     Defensemen Petry, Victor Mete and Jordie Benn were forced to carry the load of Weber's absence, playing 26 minutes, 40 seconds, 21:15 and 21:12, respectively.
 
     Montreal was also without forward Kenny Agostino for most of the game. Agostino was given a game misconduct just 2:28 in because of a late hit on Minnesota's Eric Fehr, who left the game after hitting his head on the edge of the players' bench. Fehr did not return.
 
     The depleted roster took its toll in the third period as Granlund netted his first goal since Nov. 29.
 
     The Canadiens failed to avenge a 7-1 loss in the teams' last meeting. It was Montreal's worst defeat of the season.
 
     NOTES: The Wild took a season-high 23 penalty minutes in the first period. . The Canadiens announced Monday that Price will not attend the NHL All-Star Game due to "a nagging injury."
 
     UP NEXT
 
     Wild: At Boston on Tuesday
 
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     COLLEGE FOOTBALL
 
     SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - Clemson is the national champion in college football for the second time in three years after handing Alabama its most lopsided loss under head coach Nick Saban.
 
     Trevor Lawrence passed for 347 yards and three touchdowns as the Tigers blasted the Crimson Tide, 44-16 in the College Football Playoff national championship game at Santa Clara, California. Lawrence threw TD passes to Travis Etienne, Tee Higgins and Justyn Ross to help undefeated Clemson become the first team in the AP poll era starting in 1936 to win 15 games in a season.
 
     Etienne had three first-half TDs for Clemson, which actually trailed 16-14 in the second quarter before forging a 31-16 advantage by halftime. He finished with 86 yards on 14 carries.
 
     A.J. Terrell brought back an interception 44 yards for a touchdown on Alabama's opening drive. Heisman Trophy runner-up Tua Tagovailoa threw a second interception and was 22 of 34 for 295 yards with two first-quarter TDs, along with minus-9 yards rushing.
 
     Clemson is the first opponent to beat the Tide by more than 14 points since Saban became coach in 2007.
 
     Alabama was seeking its sixth national championship in the last 10 seasons.
 
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     NBA-SCHEDULE
 
     UNDATED (AP) - The San Antonio Spurs have their longest winning streak of the season after knocking off the Pistons in Detroit.
 
     DeMar DeRozan poured in 26 points and LaMarcus Aldridge added 25 as the Spurs earned a 119-107 victory. San Antonio trailed by nine until a 23-2 run bridging the first two quarters put the Spurs ahead, 45-33.
 
     It was the Spurs' fifth straight win and the 1,221st of coach Gregg Popovich's career. Popovich is tied with Jerry Sloan for third on the all-time wins list, behind only Don Nelson and Lenny Wilkens.
 
     San Antonio has won 13 of 17 since an 11-14 start.
 
     Checking out Monday's other NBA action:
 
     - Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points and the Bucks improved to 28-11 by topping the Jazz, 114-102. Malcolm Brogdon scored 21 and Thon Maker added a season-high 15 points off the bench for the league's best team. Donovan Mitchell scored 26 points and Rudy Gobert had 14 points and 15 rebounds for the Jazz, who lost guard Ricky Rubio to a right hamstring injury less than five minutes into the game.
 
     - The Rockets made it 12 wins in their last 14 games as James Harden scored 32 points, Clint Capela added a career-high 31 in a 125-113 verdict over the Nuggets. P.J. Tucker set a career high with seven 3-pointers and scored a season-high 21 points, while Gerald Green delivered 18 of his 21 points from beyond the arc. Nikola Jokic scored 24 points for Denver, which had a five-game winning streak snapped.
 
     - Jusuf Nurkic had 20 points and eight rebounds to help the Trail Blazers win for the fourth time in five games, 111-101 over the Knicks. Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum had 17 points apiece for Portland, which is 3 1/2 games off the Northwest Division lead. Enes Kanter came off the bench with 18 points and 14 rebounds in New York's ninth loss in 10 games.
 
     - Kyrie Irving returned from a two-game absence to score a team-high 17 points and lead eight Celtics in double-figures during a 116-95 rout of the Nets. Irving was back on the court after scratching both corneas in a collision Dec. 31 at San Antonio. Brooklyn ended a three-game winning streak and lost for just the fourth time in 12 games despite Rodions Kurucs, who shot 5-for-8 from beyond the arc and finished with a game-high 24 points.
 
     - The Lakers outscored the Mavericks 32-13 in the third quarter and handed Dallas just its fourth loss in 20 home games, 107-97. Brandon Ingram scored 29 points and Lonzo Ball added 21 as the Lakers won for just the second time in seven games since LeBron James left the lineup with a groin injury. Rookie Luka Doncic scored 27 points for the Mavs, who committed 11 turnovers in the second half while shooting 11-for-43.
 
     - De'Aaron Fox had 20 points and Sacramento snapped a four-game losing streak by thrashing Orlando, 111-95. Bogdan Bogdanovic had 15 points and seven assists for the Kings, who led by 28 going into the final period after blowing fourth-quarter leads in each game during their skid. Terrence Ross hit five 3-pointers and scored 20 points for the Magic, losers in eight of its last eleven games.
 
     - The Pelicans earned a 114-95 victory over sputtering Memphis as Anthony Davis contributed 36 points, 13 rebounds and three blocked shots. Second-year pro Frank Jackson scored a career-high 17 points for New Orleans, which has won two straight for the first time since a three-game run in mid-November. Mike Conley had 22 points and 10 assists in the Grizzlies' sixth consecutive loss.
 
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     NHL-SCHEDULE
 
     UNDATED (AP) - The Nashville Predators seem to have righted the ship since their season-worst, six-game losing streak.
 
     Nashville blanked the Maple Leafs in Toronto, 4-0 as Pekka Rinne handled 18 shots in his third shutout of the season and 54th of his career. Mattias Ekholm, Kevin Fiala and Colton Sissons each had a goal and an assist for the Predators, who have won four of five since their losing skid.
 
     It was the Maple Leafs' second 4-0 loss since December 29 and keeps them 10 points behind Tampa Bay for first place in the NHL's Atlantic Division.
 
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
 
     - Johnny Gaudreau scored two more goals and David Rittich made 32 saves to send the Flames past the Blackhawks, 4-3 in Chicago. Sean Monahan had a goal and an assist as Western Conference-leading Calgary closed out a 3-1 trip with its second straight win.
 
     - Tomas Hertl provided the tiebreaking goal midway through the second period and Erik Karlsson had three assists in the Sharks' 3-1 win over the Kings. Joonas Donskoi also tallied and Joe Thornton added an empty-netter as San Jose won for the fifth time in six games to pull within three points of the Pacific Division-leading Flames.
 
     - Devan Dubnyk stopped 32 shots and Mikael Grandlund scored 6:58 into the third period to send the Wild past the Canadiens, 1-0 in Montreal. Minnesota has won three straight and four of five following Dubnyk's first shutout of the season and 30th of his career.
 
     - The Flyers dropped their seventh straight as Jordan Binnington stopped 25 shots in his first NHL start to backstop the Blues' 3-0 shutout at Philadelphia. Brayden Schenne and Vladimir Tarasenko scored against Carter Hart and David Perron added an empty-ntter to help St. Louis climb out of the Western Conference cellar.
 
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     NFL-NEWS
 
     UNDATED (AP) - The Green Bay Packers have found their new head coach. A person familiar with the decision says Titans offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur has accepted Green Bay's offer to become the next head coach of the Packers.
 
     LaFleur would replace Mike McCarthy, who was fired during the season after a stunning home loss to Arizona. LaFleur was offensive coordinator with the Rams in 2017, leading a group that paced the NFL in scoring was 10th in total offense.
 
     Offensive coordinator Joe Philbin went 2-2 to close out the season as the Packers failed to reach the playoffs for the second straight year. The 6-9-1 record was also the second straight under .500 for the storied franchise.
 
     Also in the NFL:
 
     - Cody Parkey's missed 43-yard field goal attempt on Sunday has been officially ruled a block by the league. The kick would have given the Chicago Bears an 18-16 win over the Eagles in an NFC wild-card game, but the ball bounced off the upright and hit the crossbar. Video showed Philadelphia's Treyvon Hester tipped the ball.
 
     - The Chargers have added tight end Hunter Henry to the roster, less than eight months after he suffered a knee injury during an offseason workout. The team's second-round pick in 2016 tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee while running a route during a non-contact drill on May 22, the first day of organized team activities. He returned to practice on Dec. 17 and took part in team drills last week as the Chargers prepared for their AFC wild-card game at Baltimore.
 
     - The league has carried over its increase in viewers from the regular season over to the playoffs. The NFL said on Monday that there was an average of 28.4 million viewers for the four wild-card round games, which is a 12 percent increase over last year.
 

 

 

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