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Area Sports Briefs: Jan. 7

Area Sports Briefs: Jan. 7

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AREA SPORTS BRIEFS

BHS BOYS UP ONE TO NO. 4 IN POLL

Bismarck High moved up one spot to No. 4 in the latest Class A boys basketball poll.

The Demons, who have won five in a row, play at No. 2 Minot (6-0) on Friday night.

In the Class A girls poll, 5-0 Century received all 17 first-place votes. Legacy (6-1) is ranked fifth. Watford City (5-1) moved up one spot to No. 3.

UND SETS SERIES WITH CC

The University of North Dakota hockey team will return to action on Sunday and Monday with a two-game series at Colorado College.

The Tigers were scheduled to host Denver this weekend, but COVID-19 issues in the Denver program forced the games to be postponed.

UND (7-2-1) has not played since Dec. 20. Both games against Colorado College will start at 8:07 p.m.

MICHIGAN ROLLS PAST MINNESOTA

No. 10 Michigan remained unbeaten with an 82-57 win over 16th-ranked Minnesota Wednesday night in Ann Arbor.

The Wolverines (10-0) outscored Minnesota (10-3) 50-31 in the second half after leading 32-26 at the break.

Freshman Hunter Dickinson had 28 points and eight rebounds to lead the Wolverines. Isaiah Livers added 14 and seven boards for Michigan, which went 33-for-58 from the floor in the win.

Minnesota made just 22 of 68 shots. Marcus Carr led the Gophers with 14 points.

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Grant Mismash scored early in the third period as North Dakota completed a two-game series sweep of Colorado College Monday night with a 2-1 victory.

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