HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL

CLASS A

JAMESTOWN 3, BISMARCK 0

Bismarck;16;21;25

Jamestown;25;25;25

BISMARCK – Kills: Lexus Mosbrucker 10, Lauryn Andre 6. Blocks: Kiaya Schwab 2. Assists: Madysen Mosolf 12, Hannah Steckler 11. Digs: Jenna Kivisto 23, Andre 22. Aces: Mosbrucker 4.

JAMESTOWN – No statistics provided.

MANDAN 3, MINOT 1

Minot;23;21;25;22

Mandan;25;25;20;25

MINOT – No statistics provided.

MANDAN – Kills: Courtney Olson 9, Olivia Moe 8, Megan Zander 8, Emily Tweten 7. Blocks: Zander 4, Lakyn Darras 4, Tweten 1, Olson 1. Assists: Kennedy Harris 18, Katie Weiand 13. Digs: Elizabeth Leingang 28, Moe 14, Sydney Walters 12, Jalyn Duttenhefer 10. Aces: Walters 3, Weiand 2, Harris 1, Zander 1.

WEST REGION

;Reg.;OA

Jamestown;17-1;32-4

Century;19-1;29-8

Legacy;13-4;24-11

Mandan;11-7;22-15

Bismarck;10-8;23-13

Minot;8-10;19-18

St. Mary's;7-11;18-20

Dickinson;4-13;9-26

Williston;2-16;7-29

Turtle Mountain;0-18;0-33

Friday, Oct. 27

Jamestown 3, Dickinson 1 (2)

Bismarck 3, Mandan 2

Century 3, Williston 0

Saturday, Oct. 28

Dickinson 3,Turtle Mountain 0

Monday, Oct. 30

Century 3, St. Mary's 1

Mandan 3, Minot 1

Jamestown 3, Bismarck 0

Tuesday, Oct. 31

Dickinson at Legacy

REGULAR SEASON ENDS

WEST REGION TOURNAMENT

Nov. 9-11 at Mandan

EAST REGION

;Reg.;OA

West Fargo;18-1;28-1

Valley City;15-4;18-10

Fargo Davies;14-5;21-8

Fargo Shanley;12-7;21-8

Devils Lake;12-7;18-12

Fargo North;12-7;15-15

G.F. Red River;7-12;13-18

Fargo South;7-12;11-19

W.F. Sheyenne;6-13;12-17

Wahpeton;1-18;6-22

G.F. Central;1-19;5-25

Friday, Oct. 27

Valley City 3, Fargo Shanley 2 (2)

Devils Lake 3, Fargo South 0

Saturday, Oct. 28

W.F. Sheyenne 3, G.F. Central 0

West Fargo 3, G.F. Red River 0

Fargo North 3, Wahpeton 0

Valley City 3, Fargo Davies 0

Tuesday, Oct. 31

Valley City at Devils Lake

Fargo Shanley at Fargo South

Wahpeton at G.F. Red River

Fargo Davies at Fargo North

W.F. Sheyenne at West Fargo

REGULAR SEASON ENDS

EAST REGION TOURNAMENT

Nov. 3, Nov. 7 at home sites

Nov. 10-11 at Fargo North

CLASS B

CENTER-STANTON 3, STANDING ROCK 0

SR;12;17;16

CS;25;25;25

STANDING ROCK – Kills: Precious Bernie 2, Syanne Young Bird 2, Jayde Kelly 2. Blocks: Keisha Bailey 2, Morgan Molash 1. Digs: Bernie 5, Chania Crow Ghost 4, Kelly 6. Aces: Bailey 2, Cante Weasel 2, Erika Red Tomahawk 1.

CENTER-STANTON – Kills: Abigial Hintz 13, Morgan Vitek 6, Mykaela Jacobson 5. Blocks: Hintz 2, Ashley Frank 1. Digs: Vitek 16, Hintz 13, Frank 10. Aces: Hintz 6, Vitek 4, Frank 4.

DISTRICT 6 TOURNAMENT

At Napoleon

South Border 3, Kidder County 0

KC;25;25;25

SB;21;21;17

KIDDER COUNTY – Kills: Katie Silbernagel 7, Grace Benz 3, Jaslyn Magstadt 3, Brittany Rath 4, Madelyn Schmidt 1. Blocks: Silbernagel 1, Benz 4, Rath 1. Assists: Benz 2, Magstadt 10, Rath 1, Kaylee Beachler 1, Teanna Binder 1. Digs: Silbernagel 5, Benz 7, Magstadt 8, Rath 1, Shay Koester 4, Beachler 10, Schmidt 9, Binder 8. Aces: Silbernagel 3, Magstadt 4, Schmidt 2.

SOUTH BORDER – Kills: Kaelie Kosiak 3, Myckea Gross 11, Sara Melom 1, Hanna vanGorkom 4, Faith Dockter 3, Emily St. Aubin 4. Blocks: Gross 1, Dockter 2. Assists: St. Aubin 1, Kelsey Kosiak 23. Digs: Kaelie Kosiak 2, Gross 5, Melom 2, vanGorkom 1, Dockter 11, Rachel Rueb 2, St. Aubin 3, Kelsey Kosiak 1. Aces: Kaelie Kosiak 3, Gross 1, Melom 1, Dockter 4, St. Aubin 2, Kelsey Kosiak 2.

Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 3, Strasburg-Zeeland 0

SZ;12;18;15

NGS;25;25;25

STRASBURG-ZEELAND – Kills: Tiffany Meier 2, Peyton Vander Vorst 7, Michelle Vander Vorst 4, Shelby Vander Vorst 2. Assists: P.Vander Vorst 3, Haley Erbele 8. Digs: Meier 6, P.Vander Vorst 8, M.Vander Vorst 4, Eberle 4, Kasandra Hulm 8, S.Vander Vorst 4. Aces: Meier 1, Eberle 1, Hulm 2, S.Vander Vorst 2.

NAPOLEON-GACKLE-STREETER – Kills: Kassie Breidenbach 3, Alexa Young 5, Kaylin Weigel 8, Abigail Bitz 1, Abby Christofferson 2, Hailey Sperle 4. Blocks: Young 3, Weigel 1, Sperle 1. Assists: Bitz 22, Christofferson 1. Digs: Veronica Schwartzenberger 13, Breidenbach 11, Young 3, Weigel 6, Bitz 9, Christofferson 12, Sperle 2, Ashley Schmitt 4. Aces: Breidenbach 1, Young 2, Bitz 5, Christofferson 2, Sperle 1, Schmitt 1.

DISTRICT 5 TOURNAMENT

At Oakes

Regional qualifiers

Oakes def. Barnes County North 25-15, 25-8, 21-25, 25-11

Edgeley-Kulm-Montpelier def. Ellendale 25-18, 25-20, 20-25, 25-18

Championship

LaMoue-Litchville-Marion def. Carrington 25-15, 22-25, 25-17, 25-21

All-District team

Emerson Hoornaert, Carrington; McKayla McIntosh, Carrington; Nicole Schmit, Oakes; Sadie Hansen, Oakes; Makayla Wetzel, Oakes; Anna Holen, LLM; Jackie Meiklejohn, LLM; Kindra Hamlin, LLM; Katie Entzi, EKM; Clara Wieland, BCN.

Awards

Co-Senior Athletes of the Year: Anna Holen and Jackie Meiklejohn, LLM.

Coach of the Year: Laurie Good, LLM.

COLLEGE VOLLEYBALL

NSIC HONORS

Offensive player of the week: Concordia-St. Paul junior outside hitter Brooklyn Lewis.

Defensive player of the week: Augustan senior libero Tahlyr Banks.

Setter of the week: Winona State senior setter McKenna Larson.

NJCAA DISTRICT G TOURNAMENT

Nov. 3-4 at BSC Armory

(Best-of-3 series)

Friday’s game

Central CC at Bismarck State, 7 p.m.

Saturday’s games

Central CC at Bismarck State, 11 a.m.

Central CC at Bismarck State, 1 p.m., if necessary

COLLEGE MEN’S SOCCER

UPPER IOWA 4, U-MARY 1

At Fayette, Iowa

First half: No scoring.

Second half: 1. UIU, Ruairidh Crawford (Ryan Crabtree), 60:13. 2. UIU, Aaron Morgan (Dylan Mientus), 79:18. 3. UIU, Tim Brackett (Tate Lofdahl), 81:17. 4. UM, Michael Hertz (Alberto Asencio), 86:52. 5, UIU, Crawford (Marko Cirko), 87:56.

Goalkeeper saves: UM – Rhodin Ludvig 3; UIU – Connor Rortvedt 6.

Yellow cards: UIU – Morgan.

Records: U-Mary 6-7-1, Upper Iowa 6-9.

COLLEGE WOMEN’S SOCCER

NSIC TOURNAMENT

Nov. 1-5

Wednesday’s quarterfinals

At home sites

Game 1: #8 Minnesota-Duluth (10-5-3) at #1 Minnesota State-Mankato (15-2-1), 1 p.m.

Game 2: #5 U-Mary (11-4-2) at #4 Minot State (12-4-2), 5 p.m.

Game 3: #7 Winona State (9-8-1) at #2 Bemidji State (14-0-3), 1:30 p.m.

Game 4: #6 Concordia-St. Paul (10-7-1) at #3 Augustana (12-2-4), 3 p.m.

Friday’s semifinals

Game 5: Winners Games 1 and 2, TBA

Game 6: Winners Games 3 and 4, TBA

Sunday’s championship

Game 7: Winners Games 5 and 6, TBA

COLLEGE HOCKEY

NCHC AWARDS

University of North Dakota freshman forward Grant Mismash has been named the NCHC rookie of the week for the second time this season.

The Edina, Minn., native scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength goal in North Dakota’s 6-4 win at Colorado College on Saturday. It was the first collegiate multi-goal game for Mismash, who recorded a game-high nine shots on goal and a plus-2 rating.

The 2017 second-round pick of the NHL’s Nashville Predators has recorded a point in five of his last six games with three goals and four assists in that stretch.

No. 4-ranked North Dakota (5-2-1) travels to No. 7 Wisconsin (6-3-0) for a weekend series.

Former Bismarck Bobcat Hunter Shepard, a sophomore at Minnesota-Duluth, was named the league’s goaltender of the week.

Shepard had 26 saves each night as the Bulldogs posted a weekend sweep of Maine, allowing one goal in two contests.

NAHL

STANDINGS

CENTRAL DIVISION

;W;L;OTL;PTS

Brookings;9;6;0;18

BOBCATS;8;5;2;18

Aberdeen;6;6;2;14

Minot;6-6;1;13

Minn. Wilderness;5;6;3;13

Austin;4;6;3;11

MIDWEST DIVISION

;W;L;OTL;PTS

Janesville;11;3;0;22

Fairbanks;8;4;2;18

Minn. Magicians;8;4;2;18

Springfield;7;5;2;16

Kenai River;6;9;1;13

Coulee Region;2;7;2;6

EAST DIVISION

;W;L;OTL;PTS

NE Generals;14;6;0;28

Philadelphia;12;2;0;24

WB-Scranton;9;3;3;21

New Jersey;7;4;2;16

Johnstown;3;14;1;7

SOUTH DIVISION

;W;L;OTL;PTS

Shreveport;11;4;1;23

Lone Star;9;4;3;21

Odessa;8;6;2;18

Amarillo;7;3;3;17

Topeka;6;10;1;13

Corpus Christi;4;10;2;10

Friday, Oct. 27

Minot 2, BOBCATS 1, OT

Brookings 4, Austin 2

Aberdeen 4, Minn. Wilderness 3, OT

Springfield 3, Topeka 2, SO

Amarillo 4, Corpus Christi 0

NE Generals 5, New Jersey 2

Lone Star 2, Odessa 1, OT

Fairbanks 4, Shreveport 2

Minn. Magicians 5, Kenai River 4, OT

Saturday, Oct. 28

Minot 3, BOBCATS 2, OT

Brookings 4, Austin 2

Minn. Wilderness 3, Aberdeen 1

Springfield 5, Topeka 2

Amarillo 1, Corpus Christi 0

NE Generals 4, New Jersey 3, SO

Lone Star 4, Odessa 1

Shreveport 2, Fairbanks 1

Minn. Magicians 5, Kenai River 2

Sunday, Oct. 29

Johnstown 3, Philadelphia 1

Monday, Oct. 30

Philadelphia 6, Johnstown 1

Thursday, Nov. 2

Lone Star at Amarillo

Fairbanks at Kenai River

Friday, Nov. 3

Austin at BOBCATS

Aberdeen at Minot

Fairbanks at Kenai River

Brookings at Coulee Region

Springfield at Minn. Wilderness

New Jersey at Johnstown

WB-Scranton at NE Generals

Minn. Magicians at Janesville

Lone Star at Amarillo

Saturday, Nov. 4

Austin at BOBCATS, 7:15

Aberdeen at Minot

Fairbanks at Kenai River

Brookings at Coulee Region

Springfield at Minn. Wilderness

New Jersey at Johnstown

WB-Scranton at NE Generals

Minn. Magicians at Janesville

Corpus Christi at Topeka

Sunday, Nov. 5

WB-Scranton at NE Generals

New Jersey at Johnstown

Corpus Christi at Topeka

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

UND’S SANTIAGO HONORED

University of North Dakota junior John Santiago was named the Big Sky conference special teams player of the week.

Santiago returned a punt 64 yards for a touchdown in North Dakota’s 48-21 victory at Portland State on Saturday. The Andover, Minn., native finished the game with 200 all-purpose yards, the third time this season he’s reached that plateau.

NSIC HONORS

Offensive player of the week: Upper Iowa junior running back Ryan Parmely.

Defensive player of the week: Minnesota State-Mankato senior defensive end Evan Perrizo.

Special teams player of the week: Sioux Falls kicker Stuart Vanden Heuvel.

HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL

CLASS AAA PLAYOFFS

Quarterfinals

Friday, Oct. 27

Game 1: Century 24, Fargo Davies 21

Game 2: Minot 66, W.F. Sheyenne 37

Game 3: West Fargo 49, Legacy 7

Game 4: Bismarck 42, Fargo South 15

Semifinals

Friday, Nov. 3 at home sites

Game 5: Minot (7-3) at Century (9-1), 7 p.m., BSC Campus

Game 6: Bismarck (8-2) at West Fargo (10-0), 7 p.m.

Dakota Bowl

At Fargodome

Championship

Friday, Nov. 10

Winner, game 5 vs. winner, game 6, 6:40 p.m.

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