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K-HEART SPORTS - TUESDAY - 05/13/14 - MORNING EDITION

Only a few more days until high school baseball and softball teams begin tournament play.....

    MINOT, ND - Only a few more days until high school baseball and softball teams begin tournament play.

High School Baseball
 Class A
    Dickinson 4, Williston 3
    Dickinson 9, Williston 6

 Class B
    Des Lacs-Burlington 4, Surrey-Our Redeemer's 1
    Surrey-Our Redeemer's 5, Des Lacs-Burlington 0

    Kidder County 13, Beulah 4

   Region 7 Play-in
    Ray 8, Stanley 7


High School Softball
 Class A
    Bishop Ryan 10, Bismarck Century 0
    Bishop Ryan 10, Bismarck Century 1

    Minot 10, Bismarck 9 (8)
    Bismarck 18, Minot 8

 Class B
    Stanley 21, Central McLean 1
    Central McLean 20, Stanley 10

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     EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota Vikings college scouting director Scott Studwell has resigned from the position he held for 12 years, stepping back to a different role in the front office.
 
     The Vikings confirmed Monday that Studwell will be replaced by Jamaal Stephenson, who has been the assistant director of college scouting since 2009. The news was first reported Sunday by the Minneapolis Star Tribune, citing Studwell's desire to spend less time traveling and more with family.
 
     Studwell played 14 seasons as a linebacker for the Vikings, who added him to their Ring of Honor in 2009. The 59-year-old Studwell has been with the organization since he was drafted in 1977 in the ninth round out of Illinois, serving as player personnel coordinator for 10 seasons until his promotion in 2002.
 
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     NEW YORK (AP) - Pick any three Brooklyn Nets from Monday night's game against Miami, and they didn't combine to score as many points as LeBron James produced in helping the Heat take a 3-1 series lead in the NBA's Eastern Conference semifinals.
 
     James tied a playoff career high with 49 points, going 16-for-24 from the field in a 102-96 win over the Nets in Brooklyn. He had 15 of Miami's 23 third-quarter points and added nine more in the final period. But the Heat couldn't shake the Nets until Chris Bosh drained a tiebreaking 3-pointer with 57.3 seconds left. Ray Allen secured the victory by hitting four free throws in the final 11 seconds.
 
     Dwyane Wade finished with 15 points and helped the Heat shoot 53 percent for the game, going 7-for-13. Chris Bosh had 12 points for the Heat, who can wrap up the series Wednesday in Miami.
 
     Joe Johnson had a team-high 18 points but shot just 5-for-15 for Brooklyn.
 

     The Portland Trail Blazers have avoided a four-game sweep after losing the first three by an average of 19 points.  Damian Lillard scored 25 points and the Blazers dominated the third period of a 103-92 win over San Antonio. Nicolas Batum delivered 14 points and 14 rebounds for the Blazers, who took control by outscoring the Spurs 35-20 in the third period. LaMarcus Aldridge added 19 points to the win.
 
     Tony Parker had only one assist and led the Spurs in scoring with just 14 points. Tim Duncan and Boris Diaw each had 12 points for the Spurs, who can wrap up the series at home on Wednesday.
 
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     MONTREAL (AP) - Each of the NHL's Eastern Conference semifinal series is going to a seventh game.
 
     The Montreal Canadiens have stretched their series to the limit with a tidy 4-0 shutout of Boston. Lars Eller opened the scoring just 2:11 into the game, but it remained 1-0 until Max Pacioretty and Thomas Vanek scored 2:15 apart late in the second period. Vanek added a third-period goal following his power-play tally.  Carey Price stopped 26 shots for his fourth career playoff shutout.  Game 7 will be Wednesday in Boston, one day after Pittsburgh hosts the New York Rangers in Game 7 of their series.
 
     Anaheim has a 3-2 lead in the Western Conference finals after beating the Kings for the third straight game.  Devante Smith-Pelly scored twice during an 83-second span early in the second period to give the Ducks a 3-1 lead in a 4-3 win over Los Angeles. Jakob Silfverberg added the eventual game-winner six minutes later to make it a 4-1 game.  John Gibson was sharp for the second straight game, stopping 39 shots after posting a shutout in his first playoff appearances.  Marian Gaborik had two goals for the Kings, who host Game 6 on Wednesday.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Mark Buehrle is the majors' first seven-game winner of the season.  The Toronto Blue Jays pitcher is 7-1 with a 2.04 ERA after allowing two runs in six innings of a 7-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels. The 35-year-old lefty gave up six hits and five walks but kept the Angels scoreless after Mike Trout's two-run double in the third.
 
     Jose Bautista had three hits, including a three-run homer in the first inning. Brett Lawrie added a two-run blast and Juan Francisco poked a two-run single for the Jays.
 
     Also in the majors:
 
     - Rick Porcello improved to 6-1 by limiting the Orioles to a run and five hits in six innings of Detroit's 4-1 win at Baltimore. The Tigers won it with just five hits, including Ian Kinsler's two-run homer in the eighth.
 
     - Junior Lake crushed a three-run homer and set a career high with six RBIs as the Chicago Cubs embarrassed the Cardinals 17-5 in St. Louis. Anthony Rizzo and Starlin Castro each had three RBIs with help from leadoff hitter Emilio Bonifacio, who was 4-for-5 with five runs scored.
 
     - The New York Mets overcame a pair of three-run deficits by smacking four homers in a 9-7 win over the Yankees in the Bronx. Chris Young hit a tiebreaking, two-run blast in the eighth inning after Curtis Granderson, Travis d'Arnaud and Eric Young Jr. went deep.
 
     - Colby Lewis struck out eight over 5 2/3 shutout innings as Texas beat the Astros 4-0 in Houston. Adrian Beltre put the Rangers ahead with a two-run homer before Rougned Odor added a solo shot and an RBI single.
 
     - Danny Espinosa and pinch-hitter Kevin Frandsen hit solo homers in the top of the ninth to give Washington a 6-5 comeback win at Arizona. Ian Desmond and Tyler Moore also went deep to help the Nationals rebound from a three-game sweep suffered in Oakland over the weekend.
 
     - Jesse Chavez surrendered a pair of solo homers but just three other hits over eight-plus innings as Oakland earned a 5-4 win over the Chicago White Sox. The A's scored on Josh Donaldson's two-run homer, Jed Lowrie's two-run double and Josh Reddick's RBI triple.
 
     - Tim Lincecum looked great in San Francisco's 4-2 win over Atlanta, holding the Braves to a run and two hits while fanning 11 over 7 2/3 innings. Tyler Colvin provided most of the Giants' scoring with a solo homer and a tiebreaking, two-run triple.
 
     - Stefen Romero was 3-for-5 with a solo homer, three RBIs and three runs scored as Seattle ripped Tampa Bay 12-5. Robinson Cano, Justin Smoak and Corey Hart each had two RBIs in the Mariners' 13th victory in 18 games.
 
     - The Los Angeles Dodgers rode Yasiel Puig's three-run homer and four RBIs to a 6-5 win over Miami. Dan Haren is 5-1 after giving up three runs and seven hits in seven innings.
 
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     CANTON, Ohio (AP) - Cleveland owner Jimmy Haslam says the Browns have told newly drafted Johnny Manziel he's the team's backup to quarterback Brian Hoyer.  Haslam says the Browns were excited to select Manziel in the first round of the draft, but adds the former Texas A&M standout will have to win the starting job from Hoyer in competition for the job.
 
     One guy who won't be competing for the starting job is Vince Young, who has been released. Young was thrilled to be getting a chance to revive his career, but will now have to try to do it elsewhere. Young hasn't played in an NFL regular-season game since 2011.
 
     Elsewhere:
 
     - The Bengals have released backup quarterback Josh Johnson after selecting Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron in the fifth round of the draft. Andy Dalton is the unchallenged starter heading into the season, with newcomer Jason Campbell in the No. 2 spot.
 
     - The NFL has suspended Rams receiver Stedman Bailey for the first four games of the season for violating the league's policy on performance enhancing drugs. Bailey caught 17 passes last season.
 


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

 

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