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K-Heart Sports - Wednesday - 02/06/19 - Morning Edition

Lewis & Clark-Berthold held off Garrison 60-54 last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart....

    MINOT, ND - Lewis & Clark-Berthold held off Garrison 60-54 last night in a game we broadcast on K-Heart. Bomber's leading scorer Tommy Burke did not start due to a recent wrist injury. He did play sparingly and scored 12 points on the night. Cole Erickson tallied a game-high 27 for L&C-Berthold, while Walker Wold added 13. Jack Bright scored 14 points for Garrison, who led by as many as 12 in the second quarter. Avery Kerzman added 13 points for the Troopers, who drop to 3-12 on the season. The Bombers improve to 14-3.

    Other results from Tuesday:

High School Boys Basketball
    Class A
            #1 Jamestown 77, Bismarck High 54
            #2 Fargo Davies 78, Wahpeton 65
            #4 Mandan 85, Dickinson 70
            #5 West Fargo 69, Devils Lake 38
            Minot 78, Bismarck Legacy 63

    Class B
            #1 Thompson 73, Cavalier 42
            #3 Four Winds-Minnewaukan 79, #4 Rugby 75
            Beulah 73, #5 Shiloh Christian 68
            #6 Bishop Ryan 86, Westhope-Newburg 29
            #7 Richland 70, Enderlin 50
            #8 Kindred 64, Milnor-North Sargent 53
            #10 Grafton 70, Park River-Fordville-Lankin 38
            Nedrose 62, Surrey 44
            Our Redeemer's 61, TGU 51
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 74, Kenmare 64
            South Prairie 70, Center-Stanton 52
            Velva 62, Max 32
            Underwood 51, Drake-Anamoose 42
            Stanley 54, Lewis & Clark-North Shore 46
            Powers Lake 74, Burke County 47
            Ray 69, Tioga 24
            Trinity Christian 53, Trenton 51
            White Shield 72, Parshall 38
            New Town 63, Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky 58 OT
            Hazen 79, Richardton-Taylor 67
            Dunseith 90, Rolla 81
            Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 78, Rolette-Wolford 40
            St. John 82, North Star 68
            Washburn 65, Grant County 52

High School Girls Basketball
    Class A
            #2 Devils Lake 75, West Fargo 64
            #3 Mandan 68, Dickinson 48
            #4 Fargo Shanley 75, Fargo South 42
            Minot 64, Turtle Mountain 37
            Bismarck High 75, Jamestown 54

    Class B
            #3 Grafton 59, Park River-Fordville-Lankin 30
            #7 Carrington 78, Harvey-Wells County 54
            Killdeer 49, Hazen 43

High School Boys Hockey
            Minot 11, Williston 1
            Bismarck Century 4, Bismarck High 3
            Jamestown 5, Mandan 2

High School Girls Hockey
            Mandan 3, Jamestown 2
            Dickinson 6, Watford City 0



     MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Mike Conley had 25 points and nine assists in possibly his last game for Memphis, and the Grizzlies beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 108-106 on Tuesday night on Justin Holiday's two free throws with .1 seconds remaining.
     Jaren Jackson Jr. added 23 points for Memphis, which won its second straight game. Ivan Rabb had a career-high 19 points to go along with 11 rebounds, while Holiday finished with 17 points.
     Karl-Anthony Town had 26 points and 18 rebounds for Minnesota, and Dario Saric finished with 22 points. Luol Deng scored 18.
     A pair of free throws by Towns with 15.7 seconds left tied it at 106.  The game appeared headed to overtime until Holiday was fouled by Josh Okogie in the final second.
     Memphis center Marc Gasol was a late scratch amid reports about the Grizzlies being in trade talks with the Charlotte Hornets. The Grizzlies have told teams they are entertaining trade offers for Gasol and Conley in advance of Thursday's trade deadline.
     Saric brought a boost off the Minnesota bench to offset an early Memphis lead.
     But Conley closed the first half with a trio of 3-pointers in the closing minute to help Memphis to a 66-54 lead at the break.
     Timberwolves: Saric reached double figures for the first time since scoring 11 against Philadelphia on Jan. 15. ... Minnesota made each of its 15 free throws in the first half and finished the game 19 of 20. ... Jerryd Bayless finished with five points, stopping his string of six straight games in double figures.
     UP NEXT
     Timberwolves: Play the Magic in Orlando on Thursday


     BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Sam Reinhart scored the lone shootout goal and the Buffalo Sabres won for just the third time in nine games by beating the Minnesota Wild 5-4 on Tuesday night. Reinhart also had a goal and an assist in regulation for the Sabres, who led by two in the second period before giving up Zach Parise's tying goal with 1:37 left in the third. Linus Ullmark stopped 41 shots through overtime in a game Buffalo never trailed.
     Jack Eichel set up two goals and C.J. Smith also scored. Buffalo's once anemic power-play unit converted both opportunities on goals from Evan Rodrigues and Rasmus Dahlin.
     The two goals matched the Sabres' combined output in their previous 11 games during which Buffalo went 2 of 28 with the man advantage.
     Reinhart scored on Buffalo's third and final shootout attempt. Driving up the left side, he snapped a shot that beat Devan Dubnyk under his right arm. Dubnyk got a piece of the shot, but it had enough on it to dribble in behind him.
     The Sabres then secured the victory when Parise's backhand went high and wide on the Wild's final shootout attempt.
     Minnesota defenseman Jared Spurgeon scored twice and Charlie Coyle also scored during a three-goal second period. Dubnyk stopped 35 shots.
     Minnesota dropped to 0-1-2 in its past three games, matching its second-longest skid of the season.
     Buffalo bounced back after opening a seven-game homestand with a 7-3 loss to Chicago on Friday night.
     Sabres coach Phil Housley used the three-day break between games by attempting to give his slumping team a spark as he shuffled his top three lines and defensive pairings. He most notably split up Buffalo's All-Star pairing of Eichel and forward Jeff Skinner. Eichel centered Kyle Okposo and Conor Sheary, while Skinner moved to a line centered by rookie Casey Mittelstadt.
     The moves appeared to pay off when Buffalo's revamped second power-play unit converted on Rodrigues' goal 4:31 into the game. The Sabres built a 3-1 edge 11:33 into the second when Dahlin's shot from inside the blue line went in off Spurgeon's stick in front.
     Defensive lapses led to the Wild tying the game at 3 before the period was over.
     Spurgeon scored 3:10 later, when he was allowed to break in up the right side, drive around the net and wrap in a shot.
     Coyle tied it at 3 with 2:55 left in the second period. Ullmark stopped Greg Pateryn's shot from the right point and Luke Kunin slipped the rebound under the goalie but off the right post. Coyle beat two Sabres defenders to put the loose puck into the open net.
     NOTES: Wild captain Mikko Koivu sustained an undisclosed injury and did not return after colliding with Buffalo's Tage Thompson in the first period. ... Smith played a day after being recalled from AHL Rochester, where he had five goals and seven assists in eight games after being demoted from Buffalo. ... Kunin and Kyle Rau played for Minnesota a day after being called up from AHL Iowa. ... Wild D Anthony Bitetto, claimed off waivers from Nashville on Jan. 25, played his first game with Minnesota.
     UP NEXT
     Wild: Host the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore has decided to skip the upcoming WNBA season to devote more time to her family and her faith. Moore announced on The Players' Tribune website she'll sit out in 2019 after taking the fall and winter off from international competition. The five-time first-team All-WNBA honoree has helped the Lynx win four championships since her rookie year, 2011. Moore was eighth in the league in minutes and seventh in points in 2018. She has missed one game in eight seasons.

     UNDATED (AP) - Second-ranked Duke picked up its sixth straight win with the help of its outstanding freshmen.
     Cameron Reddish dropped in 24 points and Zion Williamson added 16 with a season-high 17 rebounds as the Blue Devils ripped Boston College, 80-55. Reddish scored 10 points in less than four minutes, hitting two 3s three possessions apart while starting the 23-8 run that put the Blue Devils in control.
     RJ Barrett finished with 19 points for Duke, which improved to 20-2 overall and 8-1 in the ACC.
     In other top-25 finals:
     - Admiral Schofield and Grant Williams scored 13 points each as No. 1 Tennessee defeated Missouri 72-60 to extend its school-record winning streak to 17 games. Jordan Bowden had 12 points and Jordan Bone added 11 to help the Volunteers moved to 21-1 overall and 9-0 in the SEC.
     - PJ Washington scored 20 points and No. 5 Kentucky cruised to its ninth straight victory by routing South Carolina, 76-48. The 19-3 Wildcats shot just 41 percent but held the Gamecocks to 28 percent in the second half and 36 percent overall.
     - Freshman Ignas Brazdeikis dropped in 23 points and No. 7 Michigan hit nine of its first 11 shots in building a 27-10 lead in a 77-65 win at Rutgers. Jordan Poole added 15 points and Charles Matthews had 11 as the Wolverines bounced back from their poor performance against Iowa to move to 21-2.
     - Luke Maye scored a season-high 31 points to go with 12 rebounds in eighth-ranked North Carolina's 113-96 rout of N.C. State. Freshman Coby White added 21 points for the 18-4 Tar Heels, who swept their rival for the 12th time in 16 seasons under Roy Williams.
     - Illinois is the latest team to beat Michigan State as Ayo Dosunmu scored 24 points in a 79-74 triumph over the ninth-ranked Spartans. Giorgi Bezhanishvili scored 16 and Trent Frazier added 15 for the Illini, who handed the Spartans their third straight loss.
     - St. John's also pulled off an upset as Shamorie Ponds scored 28 points, including a go-ahead layup with 16 seconds left in the Red Storm's 70-69 stunner at 10th-ranked Marquette. The Golden Eagles erased a 15-point deficit in the second half but ended an eight-game winning streak.
     - Kansas State beat Kansas for the first time in their last nine meetings as Barry Brown scored 18 points to lead the Wildcats past the 13th-ranked Wildcats, 74-67. Xavier Sneed added 14 points, including a crucial 3-pointer with a minute to go to help Kansas State drop the Jayhawks to 1-6 in true road games this season.
     - No. 22 Florida State roughed up Syracuse, 80-62 as Terance Mann scored 22 points and Mfiondu Kabengele (kab-ehn-GAY'-lee) added 18. M.J. Walker and Phil Cofer each scored 11 points in the Seminoles's fourth win in a row since opening ACC play with four losses in five games.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Indiana Pacers have handed LeBron James the most lopsided loss of his career.
     Bojan Bogdanovic scored 24 points and the Pacers tied their NBA franchise record by making 19 3-pointers in a 136-94 thrashing of the Lakers. Myles Turner had 22 points and Thaddeus Young finished with 12 points, 11 rebounds and eight assists in Indiana's third consecutive victory since a four-game losing streak.
     James had 18 points, nine rebounds and seven assists in his second game back since injuring his groin on Christmas Day. He didn't play in the fourth quarter.
     JaVale McGee had 16 points for the Lakers, who have lost two straight and six of their last eight.
     Checking out the rest of Tuesday's NBA schedule:
     - The Raptors posted a 119-107 victory at Philadelphia despite Joel Embiid's 37 points and 13 rebounds. Forward Kawhi Leonard finished with 24 points and Kyle Lowry had 20 amid reports that Toronto had offered the guard in a trade.
     - Russell Westbrook posted his seventh straight triple-double by contributing 16 points, 16 assists and 15 boards in the Thunder's 132-122 win against the Magic. Paul George scored 39 points in Oklahoma City's eighth victory in nine games.
     - Jayson Tatum scored 25 points and the Celtics picked up their fifth consecutive win by downing the Cavaliers, 103-96 in Cleveland. Gordon Hayward added 18 points for Boston, which played its third straight game without All-Star guard Kyrie Irving because of a strained left hip.
     - Hassan Whiteside had 28 points and 11 rebounds to send the Heat to their first win in four games, 118-108 at Portland. Dwyane Wade added 22 points and nine rebounds for the Heat in the first of a five-game road trip.
     - Tobias Harris furnished 34 points, including a running jumper in the lane with 4.3 seconds remaining in the Clippers' 117-115 comeback win at Charlotte. Lou Williams scored 31 points for Los Angeles, which shot 18-for-24 from 3-point range and rallied from 20 down.
     - The Grizzlies beat the Timberwolves, 108-106 behind Mike Conley, who delivered 25 points and nine assists in possibly his last game for Memphis. Jaren Jackson Jr. added 23 points for the Grizzlies, who won it on Justin Holiday's two free throws with 0.1 seconds left.
     - The Knicks ran their losing skid to 14 games as Blake Griffin provided 29 points and Andre Drummond had a double-double in the Pistons' 105-92 win at New York. Drummond finished with 17 points and 16 rebounds for Detroit, while Reggie Bullock and Reggie Jackson each added 19 points.

     UNDATED (AP) - Alex Ovechkin has set an NHL record while helping the Washington Capitals win for just the second time in 10 games.
     Ovechkin became the league's leading scorer among Russian-born players when he assisted on TJ Oshie's opening goal in the Caps' 3-2 victory over the Canucks. It was the 1,180th career point for the Capitals' left wing, passing Sergei Fedorov.
     Braden Holtby made 30 saves and stopped a penalty shot by Bo Horvat to help Washington pull within two points of the first-place Islanders in the Metropolitan Division.
     The Islanders absorbed a 3-1 loss at Boston as Peter Cehlarik and Patrice Bergeron tallied in the third period. Bergeron scored twice in his 1,000th NHL game to support Tuukka Rask, who turned back 28 shots and was perfect after Jordan Eberle tied it with a power-play goal late in the second period.
     The Penguins remain four points off the Metropolitan Division lead after Curtis McElhinney stopped 23 shots in the Hurricanes' 4-0 shutout of Pittsburgh. Brett Pesce and Jordan Martinook scored from way out as the Hurricanes dealt the Pens their third loss in four games since the All-Star break.
     Elsewhere on NHL ice:
     - Alex Tuch scored the only goal in a shootout to give the Golden Knights a 3-2 win over the Lightning. Cody Eakin and Valentin Zykov tallied in regulation and Marc-Andre Fleury made 24 saves as Vegas ended a four-game losing streak.
     - The Sharks earned a 3-2 win over the Jets on Joe Pavelski's short-handed goal 2:49 into overtime. Logan Couture and Marcus Sorensen also scored, Kevin Labanc had a pair of assists and Martin Jones stopped 25 shots as San Jose halted Winnipeg's three-game winning streak.
     - Nashville's three-game home losing skid is over after Craig Smith, Filip Forsberg and Ryan Ellis scored in the second period of the Predators' 5-2 decision over the Coyotes. Forsberg snapped Nashville's 0-for-34 power-play drought with his goal, the Predators' first with the man advantage since Jan. 9.
     - Brendan Gallagher scored twice in the first period and Jonathan Drouin had three assists as the Canadiens dumped the Ducks, 4-1. Jesperi Kotkaniemi and Phillip Danault also scored, and Carey Price stopped 24 shots in Montreal's seventh win in nine games.
     - Sam Reinhart provided a tiebreaking goal in the third period before netting the lone shootout tally in the Sabres' 5-4 victory over the Wild. Peter Ullmark stopped 41 shots, but Minnesota managed to earn a point on Zach Parise's goal with 1:37 left in regulation.
     - Josh Anderson scored the tiebreaking goal with 9:31 remaining and Sergei Bobrovsky stopped 27 shots as the Blue Jackets doubled up the Avalanche, 6-3 to end a five-game losing streak. Pierre-Luc Dubois scored twice against Colorado, which is 3-12-2 since Dec. 21.
     - The Blackhawks scored four times in a 2:48 span of the third period en route to their fifth consecutive win, 6-2 over the Oilers. Edmonton led 2-1 until John Hayden and Dylan Strome tallied 93 seconds apart.
     - Vince Dunn scored with 3:53 left to cap the Blues' rally from a two-goal deficit in a 3-2 win at Florida. Colton Parayko and Ryan O'Reilly also scored after Aleksander Barkov gave the Panthers a 2-0 lead 30 seconds into the final period.
     - Tyler Toffoli scored twice in the first 67 seconds of the third period to give the Kings a 3-1 advantage in a 5-1 win at New Jersey. Dion Phaneuf (phah-NOOF') and Ilya Kovalchuk also hit the net during the Kings' four-goal third, while Anze Kopitar had three assists.

     UNDATED (AP) - John Wall has suffered yet another injury as he recovers from left knee surgery. The Washington Wizards guard will need surgery after suffering a partial rupture of his left Achilles tendon in a fall at home. A team doctor says Wall was wearing a walking boot when he slipped and tumbled on Jan. 29. Surgery is expected to be performed next week, and Wall will need about 11 to 15 months to recover. Wall was already lost for this season due to the knee injury.
     In other NBA injury news:
     - Grizzlies center Marc Gasol was a late scratch for Tuesday's home game against the Timberwolves as trade chatter for the veteran accelerated.  Gasol was not listed on Memphis' injured list earlier in the day, but coach J.B. Bickerstaff announced he would not play and declined to elaborate for the decision.
     - Magic backup center Mo Bamba will be out indefinitely with a stress fracture in his left leg. The injury was caught early and will be treated without surgery, but his return will depend on how he responds to rest, treatment and rehabilitation. The rookie from Texas is averaging 6.2 points, 5.0 rebounds and 1.36 blocks per game.

     ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Astros shortstop Carlos Correa and Rays outfielder Tommy Pham have won their salary arbitration cases, giving players a 3-1 lead over teams in cases this winter. Correa was awarded a $5 million salary, rather than the $4.25 million offered by the Astros. He made $1 million last year while leading with a bad back, batting .239 with 15 home runs and 65 RBIs. Pham will get $4.1 million instead of the $3.5 million offered by the Rays. He hit .275 with 21 homers and 63 RBIs last year for St. Louis and Tampa Bay.
     Also in the majors:
     - Shortstop Didi Gregiorius says he has no idea when he will return to the field for the New York Yankees. The shortstop is recovering from surgery last October to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right elbow. Yankees general manager Brian Cashman says he expected Gregorius back sometime in the summer but has not been more specific.
     - Curtis Granderson has accepted a minor league contract with the Miami Marlins and an invitation to spring training. The 37-year-old outfielder batted .242 with 13 homers and 38 RBIs for Toronto and Milwaukee last season.
     - The Phillies have signed catcher Drew Butera to a minor league contract with an invitation to attend major league spring training.
     - The Giants have acquired right-hander Jake Barrett from the Diamondbacks for cash.



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