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K-HEART SPORTS - FRIDAY - 08/01/14 - PM EDITION

The Minot Vistas season is still alive after a thrilling come from behind win....

    MINOT, ND - State Legion Baseball Tournaments continue today.

American Legion Baseball
 Class AA
   State Tournament - Jamestown
    Loser Out
        Minot Vistas 8, Fargo Post 400 7 (walk off single by Chandler Jacob)
        Jamestown 3, Dickinson Roughriders 1
        Minot Vistas vs Grand Forks, 5 pm
        Jamestown vs West Fargo, 8 pm

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 Class A
   State Tournament - Wahpeton
    Loser Out
        Beulah 4, Casselton 1
        Velva vs Watford City, 4 pm
    Winners Bracket
        Valley City vs Wahpeton, 7 pm

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 Class B
   State Tournament - Langdon
    Loser Out
        Langdon vs LaMoure, 1 pm
        Nelson County vs Enderlin, 4 pm
     Winners Bracket
        Thompson vs Carrington, 7 pm

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minneapolis City Council is calling for bird-safe glass at the new Minnesota Vikings stadium.  The council today unanimously approved a resolution urging stadium planners to outfit the $1 billion stadium with bird-safe glass.
 
     The Star Tribune reports the measure is symbolic and has no binding power. But it adds more pressure to calls from bird advocates to modify the design of the glassy building.  The Audubon Society of Minnesota praised the resolution. The group is concerned that many birds will die from colliding with the large windows slated to be installed at the stadium.
 
     The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority said last week it doesn't have the budget to include the $1.1 million needed for bird-safe glass. A Vikings spokesman didn't immediately return a call today.

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     GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) - Even star quarterback Aaron Rodgers had has a learning curve at the start of training camp.  Rodgers is adjusting to a revamped group of receivers.  He likes the depth and talent at the position, but is tempering his expectations for how things will shake out by the end of the preseason.
 
     Several players are battling for possibly just three or four spots behind top wideouts Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb on the roster before the Packers kick off the season Sept. 4 at defending Super Bowl champion Seattle.
 
     One of those young hopefuls is Jared Abbrederis. Green Bay selected the former Wisconsin standout in the fifth round of the draft, but the rookie suffered a knee injury that kept him out of practice Friday.
 
     Coach Mike McCarthy didn't know after practice the extent of the injury for Abbrederis.
 
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     LONG POND, Pa. (AP) - The Sprint Cup series makes its return to Pocono this weekend for the second race of the season on the 2.5-mile triangle.  Jeff Gordon will be trying to add to his points lead and record victory total at Pocono Raceway.  Last week's Brickyard 400 winner has a record six victories at the track.  Gordon takes a 24-point lead over Dale Earnhardt Jr. into the weekend.  Earnhardt won the June race at Pocono.
 

 

   (Copyright 2014 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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