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After getting rained out in West Fargo on Wednesday, the Minot Vistas were looking to extend their four-game winning streak and move above .500 for the first time this year....

    MINOT, ND - After getting rained out in West Fargo on Wednesday, the Minot Vistas were looking to extend their four-game winning streak and move above .500 for the first time this year.  However, it didn't happen yesterday as they were swept at Moorhead, MN.

American Legion Baseball
 Class AA
    Moorhead, MN 13, Minot Vistas 6
    Moorhead, MN 12, Minot Vistas 8

 Class Junior
    Minot Metros 6, Moorhead, MN 5
    Minot Metros 15, Moorhead, MN 5 (5)

 Class A
    Velva Post 39 10, Watford City 6
    Velva Post 39 4, Watford City 1

 Class B
    Renville County 5, Burlington 2


     MIAMI (AP) - The San Antonio Spurs have taken a three-games-to-one lead in the NBA Finals by putting together another dominant performance in the first half against the Heat in Miami.
     The Spurs carried a 55-36 lead into halftime and cruised to a 107-86 win over the Heat. San Antonio shot 56 percent in the opening half while holding the Heat to just 35 percent. That came one game after the Spurs set an NBA Finals record by shooting 76 percent to take a 21-point halftime lead over Miami on Tuesday.
     Kawhi Leonard had team highs of 20 points and 14 rebounds for the Spurs, while Tony Parker added 19 points. They combined to hit 15 of their 27 shots, a major reason for San Antonio's 57-percent success rate.
     LeBron James was the only Heat player to finish with more than 12 points, scoring a game-high 28 and grabbing eight rebounds. Dwyane Wade missed 10 of his 13 shots while scoring just 10 points.
     The Spurs now have three chances to win their fifth title and end Miami's two-year reign as champions, one year after they blew a 3-2 series lead. Game 5 is Sunday at San Antonio. No team has overcome a 3-1 deficit in the finals.
     The Heat owned an 11-game home playoff winning streak until they were outscored by a combined 40 points in the first half the last two games.

     PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) - Martin Kaymer has shot a 5-under 65 to take a three-shot lead after the opening round of the U.S. Open.  The German birdied three of the last five holes at Pinehurst No. 2 and finished with the lowest round ever posted for the three Opens played at the course. Kevin Na, Graeme McDowell, Fran Quinn and Brendon DeJonge share second.
     Jordan Spieth, Keegan Bradley, Matt Kuchar and Henrik Stenson are among 10 players at 1-under.  Phil Mickelson bogeyed two of his last four holes to post a 70 as he attempts to earn his first U.S. Open victory and complete the career Grand Slam.

     UNDATED (AP) - Mark Buehrle has dropped back-to-back starts since opening the season 10-1.  The Baltimore Orioles reached Buehrle for four runs and eight hits over 6 1/3 innings of a 4-2 triumph over Toronto. It was the first time the Blue Jays ace has given up more than three earned runs since April 25.
     Delmon Young smacked a two-run homer just two batters into the bottom of the first to put the Birds ahead to stay. Nick Markakis had two hits and an RBI in support of Kevin Gausman, who allowed a run and five hits in six innings.  The Blue Jays are suddenly slumping, dropping five of six after a six-game winning streak gave them a 38-24 record.
     In other finals:
     - Detroit had dropped 16 of 22 before Max Scherzer struck out eight while tossing a three-hitter in the Tigers' 4-0 shutout of the Chicago Whtie Sox. Victor Martinez opened the scoring with a solo homer and Miguel Cabrera added a two-run single.
     - David Ortiz belted a two-run homer and Brock Holt added a two-run double in Boston's 5-2 verdict over Cleveland. Jon Lester surrendered just one earned run and eight hits in 7 2/3 innings to even his record at 7-7.
     - Derek Jeter was 3-for-4 with a two-run single and two runs scored as the New York Yankees topped the Mariners 6-3 to complete a three-game sweep in Seattle. Jacoby Ellsbury belted a two-run homer, Alfonso Soriano added a two-run double and Chase Whitley limited the Mariners to two runs over 7 2/3 innings.
     - Houston beat Arizona 5-4 on Chris Carter's walkoff homer in the 10th inning. Carlos Corporan went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer and rookie Jon Singleton added a solo shot and two RBIs.
     - Jonathan Lucroy ripped a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the 13th inning as Milwaukee topped the New York Mets 5-1 to take the rubber match. Aramis Ramirez also homered for the Brewers, who received five shutout innings from their bullpen after Kyle Lohse allowed an unearned run and just four hits in eight frames.
     - Andrew McCutchen doubled twice and had two RBIs to lead Pittsburgh's offense in a 4-0 shutout of the Chicago Cubs. Edinson Volquez held the Cubs to seven hits in as many innings to help the Pirates improve to 3-1 on their homestand.
     - Jhoulys Chacin pitched seven scoreless innings and the Rockies used homers by Charlie Blackmon and Justin Morneau to clobber Atlanta 10-3 in Colorado. Corey Dickerson hit Atlanta catcher Gerald Laird with his backswing and tempers quickly flared, setting off a tense sequence and leading to several ejections.
     - Tim Hudson allowed an unearned run and six hits in seven innings as the Giants whipped Washington 7-1 to avoid a four-game sweep. Michael Morse got three hits and scored twice to back Hudson, who leads the majors with a 1.81 ERA.
     - Alfredo Simon is the National League's second nine-game winner of the season after allowing one run on seven singles in eight innings of the Reds' 4-1 victory over the Dodgers. Todd Frazier hit a first inning, two-run homer off Zack Greinke, who fell to 8-3.
     - The Phillies completed a three-game sweep as pinch-hitter Reid Brignac hit a tiebreaking, two-run double in the sixth before John Mayberry added a three-run homer in a 7-3 win over San Diego in Philadelphia. Kyle Kendrick allowed one earned and seven hits, striking out five in six innings.

     UNDATED (AP) - Pittsburgh has signed center Maurkice Pouncey to a five-year extension that will keep the three-time Pro Bowler as the anchor of the Steelers offensive line for the rest of the decade.  The new deal averages $8.8 million per season, making Pouncey the highest-paid center in the NFL.
     In other NFL news:
     - The Seattle Seahawks have worked out a contract agreement with free-agent defensive tackle Kevin Williams, who had spent his entire 12-year career with Minnesota. Williams started 15 games last season for the Vikings with 3  1/2 sacks and an interception.
     - Browns coach Mike Pettine reiterated that veteran Brian Hoyer is "securely ahead" in the competition with rookie Johnny Manziel to be Cleveland's starting quarterback this season. While Pettine indicated Hoyer's lead isn't insurmountable, he continues to believe Manziel has some catching up to do. Hoyer is recovering from knee surgery and has been limited during practices.
     - Prosecutors say San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick and two other NFL players will not faces charges in an incident involving a woman at a Miami hotel. A memo released by the Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office says there was insufficient evidence that any crime was committed in the April 1 incident. Tests indicated the woman was not sexually assaulted and other evidence backed up the players' contention that nothing happened.

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


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