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Two state tournaments finished yesterday and five more begin today.....

    MINOT, ND - Two state tournaments finished yesterday and five more begin today.

High School Boys Golf
 Class B
   State Tournament - Fargo

   Team Results - final
    1. Northern Lights 308-311-619
    2. Dickinson Trinity 311-318-629
    3. Central Cass 316-321-637
    4. Fargo Oak Grove 312-326-638
    5. Rugby 310-330-640
    6. Hillsboro 314-334-648
    7. Tioga 327-333-660
    8. Heart River 326-335-661
    9. Hatton-Northwood-Thompson 344-328-672
    10.Beulah 329-344-673
    11.South Border 333-348-681
    12.Park River Area 343-344-687
    13.Watford City 343-354-697
    14.Napolean-Gackle-Streeter 356-352-708
    15.Kenmare 360-361-721
    16.Larimore 359-366-725
    17.Linton-HMB 384-361-745
    18.Our Redeemer's 380-369-749

   Individual Results - final
    1. Jack McClintock, Rugby, 66-71-137
    2. Nick Myhre, Norther Lights, 68-74-142
    3. Jake Preston, Hillsboro, 72-73-145
       Willy Jahner, Dickinson Trinity, 71-74-145
    5. Nick Card, Fargo Oak Grove, 74-72-146
    6. Austin Reed, Hillsboro, 73-75-148
       Hunter Braaten, Westhope-Newburg, 71-77-148
    8. Dalton Poitra, Northern Lights, 76-73-149
       Mitchell Fifer, Tioga, 75-74-149
    10.Cody Pulczinski, Kindred, 77-73-150
       Ryan Ross, Lewis & Clark, 74-76-150

High School Girls Golf
 Class B
  State Tournament - Carrington
   Team Results - final
    1. Kindred 353-351-704
    2. Hazen 355-358-713
       Langdon 363-350-713
    4. Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 356-375-731
    5. Fargo Oak Grove 365-368-733
    6. South Border 367-375-742
    7. Rugby 387-368-755
    8. Heart River 368-392-760
    9. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 397-382-779
    10.Beulah 402-380-782.
    11.North Star 404-383-787
    12.Linton-HMB 405-391-796
    13.Watford City 422-398-820
    14.Dunseith 413-425-838
    15.Larimore 416-426-842
    16.Garrison 415-430-845
    17.Central Cass 447-415-862

  Individual Results - final
    1. Jada Mattson, Heart River, 76-77-153
    2. Brynn Fischer, Langdon, 81-79-160
    3. Kaylie Bjronstad, North Star, 84-79-163
       Alexis Piatz, Kindred, 81-82-163
       Jordan Cain, Fargo Oak Grove, 80-83-163
    6. Kinzie Molde, Grafton, 76-89-165
    7. Karli Tompkins, Milnor-Wyndmere, 81-87-168
       Kristen Halley, Pembina County North, 83-85-168
       Savanna Nesemeier, Kindred, 83-85-168
       Shania Gross, Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter, 80-88-168


    MINOT, ND - Today five more state tournaments begin.

    We'll broadcast games from the State Class B Baseball Tournament in Jamestown as we follow Watford City and Velva-Drake-Anamoose.

High School Baseball
 Class B
  State Tournament - Jamestown
   First Round
    #2 Grafton vs Kindred-Richland, 11:30 am
    #3 Thompson vs Hazen, 35 min after
    #1 Watford City vs Midkota, 4:30 pm (heard on 1320 KHRT-AM)
    #4 Velva-Drake-Anamoose vs Harvey-Wells County, 35 min after (heard on 106.9 KHRT-FM)

    The tournament is schedule to run through Saturday at Jack Brown Stadium.


High School Baseball
 Class A
  State Tournament - Mandan
   First Round
    (W1)Bismarck vs (E4)West Fargo, 11:30 am
    (E2)Fargo North vs (W3)Dickinson, 35 min after
    (E1)Grand Forks Red River vs (W4)Bismarck St Mary's, 4:30 pm
    (W2)Bismarck Century vs (E3)Grand Forks Central, 35 min after

    The tournament is schedule to run through Saturday at Memorial Park.


High School Softball
 Class A
  State Tournament - Minot (South Hill Complex)
   First Round (KC Diamond)
    (E2)Fargo Davies vs (W3)Bismarck, Noon
    (E1)West Fargo vs (W4)Bismarck Century, 35 min after
    (W2)Dickinson vs (E3)Fargo North, 4:30 pm
    (W1)Bishop Ryan vs (E4)Fargo Shanley, 35 min after

 Class B
  State Tournament - Minot (South Hill Complex)
   First Round (JC Diamond)
    (W1)Westhope-Newburg-Bottineau vs (E4)Grafton, Noon
    (E2)Kindred-Richland vs (W3)Stanley, 35 min after
    (E1)Lidgerwood-Hankinson-Fairmont vs (E5)Central Cass, 4:30 pm
    (W2)Watford City vs (E3)Enderlin-Maple Valley, 35 min after

    The tournaments are schedule to run through Saturday at South Hill Softball Complex.


High School Girls Soccer
 State Tournament - Grand Forks
   First Round
    (W1)Bismarck Century vs (E4)Grand Forks Red River, Noon
    (E2)Fargo North vs (W3)Bismarck, 2 pm
    (E1)Fargo Shanley vs (W4)Bismarck St Mary's, 4 pm
    (W2)Minot vs (E3)Fargo Davies, 6 pm

    The tournament is schedule to run through Saturday at Cushman Field


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Joe Saunders made an impressive return to the Texas rotation and Luis Sardinas drove in the only run of the game to lift the Rangers to a 1-0 victory over the Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night.  Saunders gave up five hits and struck out six in five innings after being activated from the 15-day disabled list earlier in the day.
     Sardinas had a two-out single off struggling Twins reliever Jared Burton in the seventh inning to help propel the Rangers to their seventh win in the past 10 games.
     Kyle Gibson gave up six hits and struck out four in six scoreless innings, but the Twins left nine runners on base and went 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position. Joe Mauer went 0 for 4.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Former Gophers standout Austin Hollins will take part in a pre-draft workout for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
     The Timberwolves announced a list of six pro prospects scheduled to be on the court for drills in front of team officials at Target Center on Thursday, including Hollins, Louisville forward Chane Behanan and Oregon forward Mike Moser.
     The first waves of these workouts are typically for long shots like Hollins who are unlikely to be drafted and stronger candidates for the NBA Development League or a team overseas.
     Hollins was a starter for three of his four years at Minnesota, posting career-high averages last season as a senior in points (12.4), rebounds (5.0) and steals (2.0) per game.

     INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - The Indiana Pacers have sent the NBA's Eastern Conference finals back to Miami after pulling out a victory in Game 5.  Paul George scored 31 of his 37 points in the second half as the Pacers held off the Heat 93-90. George hit five 3-pointers and finished with six steals and six rebounds. He also accounted for 21 of Indiana's 29 fourth-quarter points.
     The Pacers saw an 11-point, fourth-quarter lead trimmed to 91-90 with 16 seconds left. David West went 2-for-4 from the line in the closing seconds and grabbed the rebound of his second miss to ice the victory.  West finished with 19 points and nine rebounds, while Roy Hibbert added 10 points and a game-high 13 boards.
     LeBron James had a miserable game while plagued with foul trouble, shooting 2-for-10 in 24 minutes and scoring just seven points. Chris Bosh finished with team highs of 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Heat. Rashard Lewis went 6-for-9 from 3-point range in scoring 18 points.
     Dwyane Wade also had 18 points for the Heat, who host Game 6 on Friday.

     CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Blackhawks' bid for a second straight Stanley Cup is still alive after they outlasted the Los Angeles Kings in double-overtime.  Michal Handzus scored at 2:04 of the second OT to lift the Hawks past the Kings 5-4. Handzus lifted a backhander for just his second postseason goal, allowing Chicago to force a Game 6 in the Western Conference finals.
     The Blackhawks raced out to a 3-1 lead on goals by Brent Seabrook, Johnny Oduya and Brandon Saad 11:06 into the game. But Los Angeles found itself ahead 4-3 after Dustin Brown and Tanner Pearson tallied two minutes apart midway through the second period.
     Saad and Oduya set up Ben Smith's game-tying goal early in the third while the Hawks outshot the Kings 16-8 in the third period.  Saad finished with a goal and two assists, while Patrick Kane set up four goals.
     Jonathan Quick stopped 40 shots for the Kings, who host Game 6 on Friday.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Toronto Blue Jays lead the majors in homers, but they can also win by playing small ball.
     Pitcher Juan Carlos Oviedo threw away a bunt in the bottom of the ninth, allowing Kevin Pillar to score from second and sending the Blue Jays to their ninth straight win, 3-2 against Tampa Bay. That was the only run for Toronto after Edwin Encarnacion hit a two-run single in the first inning. The Rays failed to score following Wil Myers' two-run homer in the second.
     The Blue Jays have won a team-record 11 straight games three times in franchise history, most recently last June.
     Also in the majors:
     - Josh Donaldson launched a walk-off, three-run homer in the bottom of the ninth to lift the A's past Detroit 3-1 in Oakland. Tigers starter Anibal Sanchez carried a two-hit shutout into the ninth before the Athletics improved to an American League-leading 32-21.
     - Felix Hernandez is 7-1 after giving up just four hits while striking out nine over 8 2/3 innings of the Mariners' 3-1 triumph over the Angels. Mike Zunino provided Seattle's scoring with a two-run single and a solo homer.
     - John Lackey pitched into the seventh inning and Xander Bogaerts had three hits as the Red Sox earned their third straight win since a 10-game skid, 4-0 over Atlanta. Lackey struck out nine and blanked the Braves despite allowing eight hits over 6 1/3 innings.
     - Chris Carter homered twice and had four RBIs in the Astros' fifth consecutive win, 9-3 at Kansas City. Rookie George Springer was 1-for-3 with a two-run homer, leaving him with a .405 average, six homers and 15 RBIs during his 10-game hitting streak.
     - The White Sox completed a three-game sweep by beating Cleveland 3-2 on Moises Sierra's RBI single in the bottom of the ninth. Chicago is 5-2 on their 10-game homestand.
     - Luis Sardinas poked an RBI single in the seventh inning and Texas allowed just six hits in a 1-0 win over Minnesota. Leonys Martin had two hits and scored the game's lone run.
     - Khris Davis broke open a close game with a three-run homer in the eighth and Ryan Braun had two RBIs in Milwaukee's 8-3 win over Baltimore. Yovani Gallardo allowed four hits in 6 2/3 innings to get the win, one night after supplying a walk-off single.
     - Jacoby Ellsbury was 3-for-5 with three RBIs and three runs scored as the New York Yankees beat St. Louis 7-4 in the rubber match of the three-game set. Hiroki Kuroda improved to 4-3 but labored through 5 2/3 innings, allowing three runs and nine hits.
     - Miami blew a 4-0 lead before Casey McGehee's RBI single in the 10th snapped a 4-4 tie in an 8-5 win over the Nationals in Washington. McGehee went 4-for-5 and scored twice as the Marlins dealt the Nationals their sixth loss in seven games.
     - Philadelphia beat Colorado 6-3 on Ryan Howard's three-run homer with two out in the bottom of the ninth. Howard had four RBIs and Chase Utley singled home the tying run with two out in the ninth.
     - Bartolo Colon was a winner in his first start since his 41st birthday, allowing five hits and striking out nine over 7 1/3 innings to lead the New York Mets' 5-0 shutout of Pittsburgh. David Wright and Lucas Duda each homered and had two RBIs to back Colon.
     - Tim Lincecum and five relievers combined on a two-hitter as San Francisco blanked the Chicago 5-0 to improve to a major league-best 34-19. Hector Sanchez hit a two-run double in the Giants' sixth victory in seven games and second consecutive shutout.
     - Arizona exploded for eight runs in the first inning of a 12-6 pounding of San Diego. Paul Goldschmidt and Martin Prado each hit two-run homers after igniting the first-inning assault with RBI singles.
     - Homer Bailey pitched well in Cincinnati's 3-2 triumph at Los Angeles, holding the Dodgers to two runs and five hits in seven innings. Brandon Phillips hit a two-run homer and Todd Frazier was 2-for-4 with two runs scored for the Reds.

     DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) - Tiger Woods will miss a second straight major next month.  The former No. 1 golfer has withdrawn from the U.S. Open as he recovers from back surgery that has kept him out of golf for nearly three months. Woods says on his website Wednesday he is physically unable to play golf at a high level.
     The announcement was not a surprise. Woods said a week ago that he still has not taken a full swing with a golf club.  Woods last played a tournament at Doral on March 9.  The U.S. Open will be the sixth major that Woods has missed because of injuries.


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

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