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The Minot Vistas picked up a pair of wins yesterday at the Pev Evans Tournament in Rapid City, SD.....

    MINOT, ND - The Minot Vistas picked up a pair of wins yesterday at the Pev Evans Tournament in Rapid City, SD.  Today they'll play Rapid City at 7pm MDT.

American Legion Baseball
 Class AA
   Pev Evans Tournament - Rapid City, SD
    Minot Vistas 7, Casper, WY 1
    Minot Vistas 14, Denver, CO 6

    Mandan Chiefs 5, Fargo 4 (8)

 Class Junior
    Mandan A's 11, Jamestown 0
    Mandan A's 10, Jamestown 5

 Class A
    Velva 19, Washburn (Class B) 1 (5)
    Velva 10, Washburn 0 (5)

 Class B
    Burlington 7, Stanley 4

    Stanley 10, Renville County 0


     ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Wild have agreed to terms with goaltender John Curry on a one-year, two-way contract.  Under the deal announced Thursday, Curry 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.
     Curry was one of five goalies who played last season for the Wild. He had a 43-save win in April against St. Louis.
     The 30-year-old from Shorewood, Minnesota, was 7-9-2 with a 2.62 goals-against average, a .930 save percentage and one shutout in 19 games with the AHL's Iowa Wild last season. He appeared in two NHL games with Minnesota, going 1-0-0 with a 3.00 goals-against average and a .930 save percentage.
     He played in four games with the Pittsburgh Penguins from 2008-10.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Glen Perkins got to pitch the ninth inning for the American League in the All-Star game this week, representing the host Minnesota Twins in the same place he was born and raised.
     Rare are the occurrences in sports that come together as smoothly as that. Perkins was taken aback by how loud the crowd became when he emerged from the bullpen and jogged to the mound to complete the most memorable save of his career.
     After the game at Target Field on Tuesday night, Perkins described the experience as an "overwhelming moment."

     LAS VEGAS (AP) - Andrew Wiggins was only drafted three weeks ago and he's already dealing with trade rumors.  The NBA's No. 1 overall pick has been playing at summer league this week while his name has been linked to Cleveland's pursuit of Minnesota All-Star Kevin Love. The teams have had discussions, but so far the Cavaliers have refused to part with Wiggins to get a deal done.
     Cavaliers coach David Blatt says it's all part of the learning experience for Wiggins. He calls all the talk "just rumors" and says he sees no need to talk to Wiggins about it because "it doesn't mean anything."  Wiggins had 21 points and five rebounds in a game against Houston on Thursday night.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Los Angeles Lakers have continued their offseason makeover.  A person with knowledge of the details says the Lakers have claimed 12-year veteran Carlos Boozer after he was waived by the Chicago Bulls via the amnesty clause. Boozer averaged 13.7 points and 8.3 rebounds for the Bulls last season, both below his career averages of 16.6 points and 9.8 rebounds.
     He will join a Lakers team that has already signed fellow power forwards Jordan Hill and Ed Davis.

     HOYLAKE, England (AP) - Rory McIlroy is the man to chase in second-round play underway at the British Open at Royal Liverpool. And George Coetzee has gotten close, at least for the moment.  The little-known South African shot a 3-under 69 in early play to pull to within a shot of the leader.  
     After pristine conditions along the Irish Sea on Thursday, the wind was gusting up to 35 mph, whipping the flags and making it much tougher to go low. At least the expected showers held off, the morning starters going off in warm, sunny conditions.
     McIlroy opened with a bogey-free 66 yesterday that included six birdies.
     This year, McIlroy has started a couple of tournaments with 63s and another with a 64, but wasn't able to win any of them. For some reason, he's had a serious case of the yips in the second round, putting up a cumulative score of 15-over par compared with 55 under for the opening round, and 39 under on the weekend.
     The world's top-ranked player, Adam Scott, also got off to a strong start with a 68, but was 2 over for the round through 12 holes.
     Defending champion Phil Mickelson got off to a frustrating start with a 74. A chip in for eagle at the fifth gave him a much-needed boost, and he seemed safe for the weekend at 1 under through 14 holes.
     Tiger Woods starts the day three back of the leader.

     INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. (AP) - Celtics officials say basketball Hall of Famer Bill Russell is doing OK after collapsing Thursday morning during a speaking engagement near Lake Tahoe.   A team spokesman says the 80-year-old Russell felt faint after the fall but was planning to return home that evening.
     A witness tells The Associated Press that the five-time MVP was telling a story about Wilt Chamberlain when he started to sway at the podium and then fell backward, although he seemed to be conscious as hotel personnel and first responders came to his aid.


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