MINOT, ND - The State Class B Boys Basketball Tournament begins tomorrow at the Minot State Dome. We'll broadcast all the games of the tournament, but split them up on our two stations. The afternoon games tomorrow will be on 1320 AM with the evening session on 106.9 FM. All games will be streamed online at www.khrt.com.
High School Boys Basketball
State Tournament - Minot State Dome
(#2) Shiloh Christian vs Beulah, 1 pm (on 1320 AM)
(#3) Richland vs Powers Lake, 2:45 pm (on 1320 AM)
(#1) Thompson vs Ellendale, 6:30 pm (on 106.9 FM)
(#4) Bishop Ryan vs (#5) New Rockford-Sheyenne, 8:15 pm (on 106.9 FM)
UNDATED (AP) - The New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms with free-agent running back Latavius Murray on a four-year contract. Murray played for the last two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings following four seasons with the Raiders. He was a sixth-round draft pick by Oakland in 2013.
Murray ran for 578 yards with six touchdowns in 16 games, including six starts, for the Vikings in 2018. His 26 rushing touchdowns since 2016 rank fourth in the NFL.
The 29-year-old Murray was a Pro Bowl pick with the Raiders in 2015, when he ran for 1,066 yards and caught 41 passes for 232 yards. It was his only 1,000-yard season.
Among other developments Wednesday:
- The Seattle Seahawks hope they have found the solution for their recent kicking troubles. The Seahawks agreed today to sign Pro Bowl kicker Jason Myers to a four-year deal, according to a person with knowledge of the deal. The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because the deal had not been formally announced.
Myers was in a battle with veteran Sebastian Janikowski during Seattle's training camp last year. Janikowski won the job, in part because of his veteran status, but it was Myers who had the better season after being signed by the New York Jets.
Myers was 33 of 36 on field-goal attempts in New York and was named to the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career.
Among other developments Wednesday:
- The New England Patriots' twin combination in the secondary will remain intact for another season. A person familiar with the move says cornerback Jason McCourty has agreed to a two-year deal to remain with the Super Bowl champions. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity to The Associated Press because teams are not permitted to announce any moves until later in the day. A second person familiar with a separate deal says defensive back Eric Rowe will sign a one-year contract worth $4.5 million to join the Miami Dolphins.
- Guard A.J. Cann has agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars just hours before he would have become a free agent. Cann is expected to sign the new deal either later today or tomorrow. NFL Network reported that it's worth $15 million. Cann started 59 of 64 games over four seasons for the Jaguars. He should provide some continuity and stability up front for new quarterback Nick Foles, who is expected to formally agree to a four-year, $88 million contract with the Jags when free agency officially opens.
- The Los Angeles Chargers are signing Tyrod Taylor to a two-year contract to be Philip Rivers' backup, according to a person with knowledge of the deal. Taylor has started 46 games during his eight-year career. Taylor started the first three games last season for Cleveland before suffering a concussion and back injury against the New York Jets. Taylor then lost his starting job to rookie Baker Mayfield.
- Cornerback Pierre Desir has agreed to a three-year, $25 million deal to stay with the Indianapolis Colts, a person with knowledge of the deal told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because Indy had not yet made an official statement. He is the second cornerback to re-sign with Indy. Earlier Wednesday, the Colts gave cornerback Chris Milton a one-year contract extension.
- The Browns may have filled a hole at linebacker, reaching agreement with free agent Adarius Taylor on a two-year, $5 million contract, a person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press. Taylor, who spent the past four seasons with Tampa Bay, could move into the starting spot opened when Cleveland released Jamie Collins.
- The Atlanta Falcons have released former starting right tackle Ryan Schraeder, saving the team about $3.5 million in cap space. Schraeder's agent, Joel Turner, confirmed the release to The Associated Press. Schraeder lost his starting job to Ty Sambrailo late last season. Sambrailo was signed to a three-year extension last month.
- A person with knowledge of the situation says the Baltimore Ravens have signed running back Mark Ingram and safety Earl Thomas.
- The Washington Redskins are making salary-cap room by releasing linebacker Zach Brown and defensive lineman Stacy McGee. A person with knowledge of the decision says the team informed Brown he was being released. A second person says the team informed McGee he was being released. Cutting Brown and McGee clears more than $8 million of salary-cap space.
- The Tennessee Titans are keeping another of their pending free agents off the market. The Titans announced they have agreed to terms with offensive lineman Kevin Pamphile on a one-year contract.
- Linebacker Preston Brown got a three-year extension from the Bengals, who signed him last year from Buffalo.
- The New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms on a new five-year contract with kicker Wil Lutz. Lutz made 28 of 30 field goal attempts and 52 of 53 extra points in 2018, his third year with the Saints.
- A person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press the Atlanta Falcons have agreed to terms with guards James Carpenter and Jamon Brown.
NEW YORK (AP) - Super Bowl telecasts by NBC and CBS will swap years in 2021 and 2022.
The switch means both networks can pair other major sporting events with the NFL championship, traditionally the year's highest-rated program.
CBS, which carried the game this year, will now do the 2021 Super Bowl from Tampa, Florida. That will give the network the Super Bowl and NCAA Final Four in a two-month span. It also gives CBS two Super Bowls in three years; it did the game from Atlanta in February.
NBC, meanwhile, gets the 2022 Super Bowl from Los Angeles, and the network then will televise the Winter Olympics from Beijing. It had both the NFL title game and the Winter Games in 2018.
Fox has the 2020 Super Bowl from Miami.
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