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The Minot Vistas saw their season end last night, while Beulah and Velva stayed alive as the State Legion Baseball Tournaments continue.....

    MINOT, ND - The Minot Vistas saw their season end last night, while Beulah and Velva stayed alive as the State Legion Baseball Tournaments continue.

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
        Grand Forks 18, Minot Vistas 10
        West Fargo 6, Jamestown 0

   Today's schedule
        Bismarck Governors vs Fargo Post 2, Noon
    Loser Out
        Grand Forks vs West Fargo, 3 pm
        Bismarck/Fargo loser vs GF/WF winner, 6 pm


 Class A
   State Tournament - Wahpeton
    Loser Out
        Beulah 4, Casselton 1
        Velva 15, Watford City 2
    Winners Bracket
        Wahpeton 10, Valley City 0 (5)

   Today's schedule
        Velva vs Valley City, 2 pm
        Beulah vs Wahpeton, 5 pm


 Class B
   State Tournament - Langdon
    Loser Out
        Langdon 3, LaMoure 2
        Enderlin 5, Nelson County 2
     Winners Bracket
        Carrington 5, Thompson 0

   Today's schedule
        Langdon vs Thompson, 2 pm
        Enderlin vs Carrington, 5 pm
            (regardless of outcome, Carrington advances to Championship. if they win this game, their opponent in the Championship must win twice.  if they lose this game, the Championship becomes winner-take-all)


    GRAND FORKS, ND - A transfer from Kansas will continue his collegiate football career at the University of North Dakota.  Marcus Jenkins-Moore has signed his scholarship papers and will join UND as fall practice begins today. He will play linebacker for North Dakota.

    A Louisville, Ky., native, Jenkins-Moore signed with KU prior to the 2013 season but suffered a season-ending injury before fall camp and was redshirted. He played two seasons at Pierce College in Los Angeles, where has was a top-100 JUCO recruit according to and During his two seasons at Pierce, he made 78 tackles, including seven for a loss, in 13 games.

    He is eligible immediately and will have two seasons to play for North Dakota.


     BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The Bismarck Marathon has announced a new course for this year's race.  The course will return to the Missouri River area, with runners crossing both the Expressway and Memorial bridges and passing through Sertoma Park.
     Officials moved the course in 2011 due to Missouri River flooding. The past three years, the course has included a large hill on the south edge of Bismarck.  Planning committee member Dave Nash tells KXMB-TV that more than 1,000 runners have already registered for the September 20th marathon.

     CHICAGO (AP) - Jose Abreu reached base five times while extending his hitting streak to 21 games, and the Chicago White Sox scored four runs in the eighth inning to beat the Minnesota Twins 10-8 on Friday night.  Abreu had three singles, scored twice and drove in a run. He also walked and was hit by a pitch.
     Paul Konerko and Alexei Ramirez delivered consecutive RBI singles in the eighth to give Chicago an 8-7 lead. Tyler Flowers added a run-scoring single in the inning after hitting a solo homer earlier in the game. Alejandro De Aza capped the decisive rally with another RBI single, and the White Sox overcame a shaky start by Chris Sale to win for the sixth time in eight games.

     CHICAGO (AP) - Minnesota Twins first baseman Joe Mauer and starter Ricky Nolasco are scheduled to begin minor league rehab stints next week. Both players will head to Class A Cedar Rapids and could be ready to return to the majors the following week. Mauer (strained right oblique) will drive to Cedar Rapids on Sunday, work out Monday and start playing Tuesday. He might join the team in Houston, where the Twins play Aug. 11-13. A stop at Triple A also is possible. Nolasco (sore right elbow) will throw a bullpen session Saturday and start Tuesday for Cedar Rapids.

     ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Wild have signed defenseman Justin Falk to a one-year, two-way contract.  Under the deal announced Friday, Falk will be paid his NHL salary only if he is on the NHL roster. If he is sent to the AHL, he will get a minor-league salary.  
     The 6-foot-5, 215-pound Falk, from Snowflake, Manitoba, had two assists and 20 penalty minutes in 21 games with the New York Rangers last season.  The 25-year-old Falk was drafted by the Wild in the fourth round in 2007. He has a goal, 14 assists and 100 penalty minutes in 108 regular-season games in parts of four seasons with Minnesota from 2009 to 2013.

     UNDATED (AP)- A couple of weeks ago, the Milwaukee Brewers were hobbling into the All-Star break, watching a six-game lead disappear as the St. Louis Cardinals closed the gap. Now, the Brewers appear headed in the right direction.
     Wily Peralta won his 13th game to tie for the National League lead and Aramis Ramirez hit his 13th homer as the Brewers beat 13-game winner Adam Wainwright and the Cardinals, 7-4. The victory gives the Brewers a three-games ahead of the Cards in the NL Central.
     Jonathan Lucroy's bases-clearing double chased Wainwright in a four-run sixth inning that put Milwaukee up by six.  Matt Carpenter had two hits and three RBIs and Matt Holliday homered for St. Louis, which has lost three of four.
     Peralta, Wainwright and the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw all have 13 victories. Last year, the 25-year-old Peralta was 11-15 with a 4.37 ERA in his first full season in the majors.
     In other baseball:
     - Ryan Vogelsong hurled a two-hitter for his second career complete game, Hunter Pence drove in three runs and the San Francisco Giants beat the New York Mets 5-1 for their second straight win after a six-game skid. Vogelsong faced 28 batters, one over the limit, and improved to 6-8. Vogelsong allowed Juan Lagares' soft single leading off the sixth and Lucas' Duda's 20th homer to start the eighth.
     - The Kansas City Royals blanked AL West leader Oakland 1-0. The 42-year-old Raul Ibanez connected in the fifth inning for his fifth homer for all the scoring. Jeremy Guthrie and three relievers combined on a five-hitter.
     - Pittsburgh scored three in the eighth and five more in the ninth to beat Arizona 9-4.  Josh Harrison tripled, doubled and scored twice.
     - The Chicago Cubs routed Los Angeles starter Dan Haren for seven runs in four and a-third innings en route to routing the Dodgers 8-2. Luis Valbuena homered and drove in two.
     - Philadelphia has won the first two games of its set in Washington, beating the Nationals 2-1. Marlon Byrd's 21st home run broke a sixth-inning tie. The Nats have lost four of five but still lead the NL East.
     - Washington maintained its game and a-half lead because San Diego was routing Atlanta 10-1. The light-hitting Padres rapped out a season-high 20 hits. Padres first baseman Tommy Medica had a huge night by going 5-for-5 with two home runs and four RBIs.
     - Wei-Yin Chen won his fifth straight start and had a season-high eight strikeouts to lead the Baltimore Orioles to a 2-1 victory over the Seattle Mariners.  Baltimore has won nine of its past 11 games and remained atop the AL League East.
     - Mike Trout and Josh Hamilton homered to help the Los Angeles Angels beat the Tampa Bay Rays 5-3. It was Trout's 26th homer, a two-run shot.
     - Gregorio Petit's first career home run put Houston on top in the eighth inning and the Astros held on for a 3-1 win over the Blue Jays. That ends Toronto's six-game winning streak.
     -  Anthony Ranaudo pitched six solid innings in his major league debut and Dustin Pedroia drove in two runs as the Boston Red Sox snapped a three-game losing streak with a 4-3 victory over the New York Yankees.  Ranaudo allowed two runs and four hits, including a Carlos Beltran solo home run.
     - Mat Latos pitched seven strong innings, Ryan Ludwick drove in two runs, and the Cincinnati Reds beat the Miami Marlins 5-2.
     -  Justin Verlander equaled his longest outing of the season, pitching eight solid innings to lift the Detroit Tigers to a 4-2 victory over the Colorado Rockies. Verlander improved to 10-9.
     - Cleveland rapped out 16 hits in a 12-2 laugher over the last-place Texas Rangers. Danny Chisenhall cracked his 10th home run and scored a pair of runs. David Murphy was 4 for 4 with two RBIs against his former team.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Phillies have placed pitcher Cliff Lee on the 15-day disabled list with an elbow strain. The left-hander left in the third inning of Thursday night's win over Washington after suffering the injury. It's an apparent recurrence of the injury that put him on the disabled list in May. He's scheduled for an MRI and additional tests when the team returns to Philadelphia early next week.
     The 35-year-old Lee missed two months because of a strained left elbow, and was making his third start since coming off the disabled list. He's 4-5 with a 3.65 ERA.
     In other baseball DL moves:
     - San Francisco Giants right-hander Matt Cain needs surgery to remove bone chips from his elbow, an operation that likely will end his season. Cain has not pitched since July 9 and is 2-7 with a 4.18 ERA.
     - Miami All-Star pitcher Henderson Alvarez has been placed on the 15-day disabled list because of inflammation in his right shoulder. The move was retroactive to Wednesday. Alvarez is 8-5 with three shutouts and a 2.48 ERA.
     - Tyler Skaggs is now on the Angels 15-day disabled list with a strained forearm. The left-hander was injured in Thursday's extra innings win over Baltimore. Skaggs had not allowed a hit when he left with two outs in the fifth inning.

     UNDATED (AP) - The defending NBA champ San Antonio Spurs haves signed point guard Tony Parker to a multi-year contract extension. The Spurs did not disclose the deal, but Yahoo! Sports first reported that it was a three-year extension worth $43.3 million starting in 2015.
     Parker averaged 16.7 points and 5.7 assists in 29 minutes per game last season to help the Spurs to the franchise's fifth NBA title.  The 32-year old Parker is among the elite point guards in the league and has spent all 13 seasons of his career in San Antonio. He was due to make $12.5 million next season in the final year of his existing contract.
     In other NBA news:
     - The Nuggets have signed guard Erick Green to a contract after he played last season in the Italian League.   The 46th overall pick in the 013 draft led the NCAA in scoring his senior season at Virginia Tech.

     LONG POND, Pa. (AP) - Kyle Larson set a track record at Pocono Raceway to win his first career Sprint Cup pole Friday at Pocono. Denny Hamlin had set the record in June.  Joey Logano joins Larson on the front row. Brad Keselowski, Kurt Busch and points leader Jeff Gordon completed the top five.  Dale Earnhardt Jr. qualified ninth after he won the June race at the track. He's trying for a sweep at Pocono for the first time since Denny Hamlin did it in 2006.


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


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