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After having their season opening games against Grand Forks rained out on Wednesday, the Minot Vistas opened up the season against West Fargo yesterday at Corbett Field.....

    MINOT, ND - After having their season opening games against Grand Forks rained out on Wednesday, the Minot Vistas opened up the season against West Fargo yesterday at Corbett Field.  The Vistas continue play by hosting Fargo today.

American Legion Baseball
 Class AA
    West Fargo 2, Minot Vistas 0
    West Fargo 8, Minot Vistas 5

    Bismarck Governors 4, Grand Forks 3

 Class A Junior
    Mandan A's 5, Fargo 1
    Fargo 3, Mandan A's 0


    BISMARCK, ND - The All-State Teams have been named for baseball, softball and girls soccer.

  All-state team

    Bismarck: Quinn Irey, Nate Dinga
    Bismarck Century: Tanner Wolf, Logan Krivoruchka
    Mandan: Parker Harm
    Jamestown: Tyler Ukestad
    Dickinson: Luke Herauf, Dylan Skabo, Mark Erickson
    Fargo North: Seth Brenneman, Ian Schultz
    Grand Forks Red River: Colin Hennessy, Brady Regimbal
    Fargo Shanley: Andrew Penney, Jake Salentine
    West Fargo: Ben Strahm, Devin Wagenman
    Grand Forks Central: Zach Walz

    Senior athlete of the year: Ian Schultz, Fargo North
    Coach of the year: Jeff Fiechtner, Fargo North.


  All-state team

    Watford City: Andrew Sampsel, Brandon Allex
    Hazen: Kolby Metzger, Nate Leintz
    Grafton: Zak Hernandez, Brett Longtin
    Velva-Drake-Anamoose: Drew Effertz
    Kindred-Richland: Fletcher Andel
    Midkota: Dakota Hoyt
    Harvey-Wells County: Mark Nyhus, Landon Littlefield
    Thompson: Ryne Dolleslager
    Carrington: Patrick Freeman
    Cavalier: Ryan Chrest
    Larimore: Brayden Hofer
    Maple Valley-Enderlin: Spencer Gillund
    Mayville-Portland-Clifford-Galesburg: Brady Nygaard
    Bishop Ryan: Mason Kramer
    Northern Cass: Casey Springer
    Shiloh Christian: Zac Martin

    Senior athlete of the year: Andrew Sampsel, Watford City
    Coach of the year: Scott Milbrandt, Kindred-Richland


  All-state team

    West Fargo: Brittany Rheault, Michaela Liebl, Morgan Gieszler
    Fargo Davies: Shelby Malmanger
    Fargo Shanley: Marissa Schons, Lauren Rotunda
    Fargo North: Anna Mellick
    Valley City: Dierra Diegel, Danica Diegel
    Bishop Ryan: Hannah Stewart, Maddie Lipp, Brieann Backes
    Dickinson: Haley Butterfield, Mackenzie Hoffman, Madison Jahner
    Bismarck: Jamie Barta, Kennedy Blair
    Minot: Lexi Beno

    Senior athlete of the year: Brittany Rheault, West Fargo
    Coach of the year: Pat Johnson, West Fargo


   All-state team

    Grafton: Megan Osowski
    Northern Cass: Paige Verwest
    Kindred-Richland: Greta Klinnert, Cheyenne Peterson
    Central Cass: Jesse Roesler, Macie Romsdal
    Maple Valley-Enderlin: Megan Johnson, Kaylee Johnson
    Hankinson-FCT: Betsy Asp, Teri Loll
    Westhope-Newburg-Bottineau: Sam Colman, Lauren Mach
    Stanley: Sarah Taylor, Rebeka Taylor
    Watford City: Tori Hopkins
    Kenmare-Bowbells-MLS: Emily Abernathy

    Senior athlete of the year: Kaylee Johnson, MVE
    Coach of the year: Mike Loll, Hankinson-FCT


   First Team

    Bismarck Century: Aly Dollinger, Joanna Jensen, Lily Obrigewitch, Kylee Welch
    Fargo Davies: Kenzie Carlson, Railey Klose
    Fargo North: Kim Muellenberg
    Fargo Shanley: Rachel Osmundson, Anna Reinholz
    Grand Forks Red River: Jessica Dallman
    Mandan: Rachel Ford
    Minot: Taryn Love

   Second Team

    Bismarck: Madison Burgard, Madison Ferderer
    Bismarck Century: Alexa Pagan
    Fargo Davies: Kayla Dostal
    Fargo North: Alyssa Gross, Andie Sarafolean
    Fargo Shanley: Kirsten Bonkinskie, Julia Jordan
    Jamestown: Emily Reiten
    Minot: Chenoa Erz
    Bismarck St Mary's: Erin Dohm
    West Fargo: Alison Enno

    State senior athlete: Anna Reinholz, Fargo Shanley
    Coach of the year: Michelle Crary, Fargo North


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Carlos Gomez hit a three-run homer against his former team to spark Milwaukee's comeback, and the Brewers hung on to beat the Minnesota Twins 8-5 on Thursday.
     Khris Davis hit a two-run homer off Kevin Correia for the lead in the sixth inning to pull Brewers starter Wily Peralta out of an early deficit built by Oswaldo Arcia's grand slam. Jonathan Lucroy tacked on a two-run shot in the ninth, and Francisco Rodriguez finished up for his 18th save in 20 attempts.
     Arcia gave the Twins a 4-0 lead in the third inning, but the young slugger left the game after spraining his right ankle while being picked off second base in the sixth.
     Peralta was in trouble every other inning, but Arcia was the only one who actually made him pay for it - and in a big way.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota Twins right fielder Oswaldo Arcia has a sprained right ankle, forcing him out of the game against Milwaukee.
     Arcia was hurt Thursday after leading off the sixth inning with a double. When Trevor Plouffe whiffed on his bunt attempt, the Brewers caught Arcia with too big a lead off second base. Arcia rolled his right ankle when he tried to plant his foot and retreat and was picked off as he dived back into the bag.  Arcia walked gingerly to the dugout and was replaced in the field by Chris Parmelee.
     Earlier in the night, Arcia hit a grand slam, his second home run in two games and the first slam by the Twins all season.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Twins have selected shortstop Nick Gordon with their first-round draft pick, adding a player with big-league bloodlines.
     The 6-foot-2, 170-pound Gordon was taken Thursday with the fifth overall selection. He's the son of Tom Gordon, who spent 21 years in the majors as a pitcher for eight teams, and the brother of Los Angeles Dodgers second baseman Dee Gordon, baseball's leader in steals.
     Gordon played for Olympia High School in Orlando, Florida, batting .494 with 10 doubles, two triples, five home runs, 27 RBIs and 13 stolen bases in 99 plate appearances as a senior. Gordon says he wants to pattern his game after New York Yankees stalwart Derek Jeter.
     Baseball America magazine ranked Gordon's arm as the best among all infield prospects this year.

     EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - Chad Greenway did his best Superman impression this week.  For his next feat, Greenway could further endear himself to new Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer by figuring out how to clone himself.
     Greenway grabbed some headlines on a recent windy day at a popular Twin Cities area lake, when he spotted an anxious couple trying to keep their malfunctioning boat from slamming into the rocks or tumbling over a nearby spillway.
     So Greenway hopped in the knee-deep water and pulled them a safer spot. He then waited with them for the arrival of the sheriff's patrol, which he also helped avoid getting stuck in a precarious place.
     This season, the Vikings are counting on his contribution and leadership to an unproven group of linebackers.

     SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Miami's quest for an NBA three-peat began by getting wilted in San Antonio. The Spurs outscored the Heat 36-17 in the final quarter to win the opener of the NBA Finals by beating the Heat 110-95.
     An air conditioning malfunction caused temperatures inside AT&T to approach 90 degrees. The heat got to Miami superstar LeBron James, who missed the final seven minutes because of leg cramps. He had to be helped off the court at one point, appearing exhausted. He still led the Heat with 25 points in his 33 minutes. Dwyane Wade added 19.
     Tim Duncan led the Spurs with 21 points and 10 rebounds on nine of 10 shooting from the field. Tony Parker added 19. Manu Ginobili added 16 and 11 assists.  Danny Green hit a couple of big three-pointers late and added 13 points.
     This is the first NBA Finals rematch since 1998. Game 2 is Sunday night in the Alamo City.

     UNDATED (AP) - Madison Bumgarner continues his winning run, notching his sixth straight win as the Giants topped Cincinnati 6-1.  The left-hander improved to 8-3 by giving up just three hits in eight innings.  He retired the last 16 hitters he faced.
     Michael Morse provided a two-run homer and Brandon Crawford added a three-run shot to help the Giants win for the 11th time in 14 games. NL West-leading San Francisco boasts the top mark in the majors at 39-21.
     In other major league play:
     - Adam LaRoche clubbed a two-run home run in the sixth inning and that was the difference in the Washington Nationals' 4-2 victory over Philadelphia. That finishes a three-game sweep for the Nationals, who have moved within one game of NL East-leading Atlanta. Doug Fister and two relievers combined on a four-hitter. Fister is 4-1.
     - Miami climbed into a virtual tie with Atlanta atop the NL East by finishing a four-game sweep of Tampa Bay 11-6. J.T. Realmuto had three RBIs in his major league debut. Marcell Ozuna homered and drove in four runs. The Rays have lost 10 in a row.
     - Masahiro Tanaka allowed a run on five hits over six innings to improve to 9-1 as the Yankees edge Oakland 2-1. Tanaka lowered his AL-leading ERA to 2.02. John Jaso reached him for a first inning home run, but that was all the Athletics could muster. AL West-leading Oakland had its winning streak ended at five games.
     - The Chicago Cubs downed the New York Mets 7-4. Anthony Rizzo hit his 11th homer for the Cubs. That broke a tie in the seventh. Travis Wood also went deep and drove in three runs.
     - Yordano Ventura threw six innings in his return from a sore elbow, and the Kansas City Royals rallied to beat the St. Louis Cardinals 3-2. That ended a string of eight straight home losses to their Interstate-70 rivals.
     - In a slugfest in Texas, the Rangers outlasted the Baltimore Orioles 8-6 behind a 13-hit attack. The Rangers salvaged the final game of a three-game series. That ends the Orioles' four-game win streak.
     - Milwaukee swatted Minnesota 8-3. Carlos Gomez hit a three-run homer against his former team to spark Milwaukee's comeback from a 4-0 deficit.
     - Houston beat the L.A. Angels 8-5. Jose Altuve and George Springer drove in two runs each during Houston's four-run eighth inning.
     - Arizona hit three of the game's six home runs and beat Colorado 12-7 at Coors Field. Paul Goldschmidt hit his 11th homer. Miguel Montero and Chris Owings also went deep for the D-Backs. Owings had four RBIs.
     - Juan Francisco and Brett Lawrie hit consecutive home runs in the sixth inning off Justin Verlander to help Toronto complete a three-game sweep of Detroit with a 7-3 victory. Melky Cabrera also homered for the AL East-leading Blue Jays who have won 19 of 23.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one-year contract with former Notre Dame and Carolina Panthers quarterback Jimmy Clausen.  Clausen appeared in 13 games for Carolina from 2010 to 2013 after starring at Notre Dame. He made 10 starts as a rookie and threw for 1,558 yards with three touchdowns and nine interceptions in a 2-14 season. The Panthers drafted Cam Newton the following April, and waived Clausen last August.
     In other NFL moves:
     - The Kansas City Chiefs signed wide receiver Deon Anthony and cornerback Justin Rogers while waiving defensive lineman Risean Broussard as they finished the second week of voluntary team workouts. Anthony is attempting to make the switch from quarterback, which he played in college at Troy last season.
     - The Arizona Cardinals signed first-round pick Deone Bucannon to a four-year deal. The Cardinals selected the big-hitting strong safety out of Washington State with the 27th overall selection in last month's draft.


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


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