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K-HEART SPORTS - THURSDAY - 06/05/14 - MORNING EDITION

The State Class A Boys Golf Tournament needed a tie-breaker to decide the team champion and the state runner-up.....

    JAMESTOWN, ND - The State Class A Boys Golf Tournament needed a tie-breaker to decide the team champion and the state runner-up.  Fargo Shanley, Fargo Davies and West Fargo all posted a two-day total of 620 and finished in a three-way tie for first place.

    High School Activities rules state that team scoring is done with the top four golfers on a team.  If there is a tie it moves to the fifth golfer and if still a tie the sixth.  Based on the fifth golfer criteria, Fargo Shanley was awarded the team title. Shanley's fifth scorer, Conrad Hagar, had a two-day total of 159, while Davies' Bryan Pallen turned in a 166, and West Fargo's Christian Oien a 172. Fargo Davies claimed second place because Pallen's overall score was better than Oien's.

    Minot came in fourth at 630 and Jamestown at 631 was fifth.

    Senior athlete of the year Riley Johnson led West Fargo's surge with a 3-under 69 on Wednesday. He claimed medalist honors with a 141. Second-place Tanner Kretchman of Davies finished four strokes behind.

High School Boys Golf
 Class A
  State Tournament - Jamestown

   Team Results - final

    1. Fargo Shanley 300-320-620 (winner on tie breaker)
       Fargo Davies 305-315-620 (second on tie breaker)
       West Fargo 312-308-620
    4. Minot 317-313-630
    5. Jamestown 314-317-631
    6. Bismarck Century 328-314-642
    7. Grand Forks Red River 323-321-644
    8. Bismarck St Mary's 327-318-645
    9. Fargo North 323-325-648
    10.Grand Forks Central 334-332-666
    11.Mandan 341-339-680
    12.Bismarck 347-343-690

   Individual Results - final

    1. Riley Johnson, West Fargo, 72-69-141
    2. Tanner Kretchman, Fargo Davies, 72-73-145
    3. Austin Rene, Jamestown, 77-72-149
    4. Jersey Kelly, Minot, 78-73-151
    5. Colton Murphy, Mandan, 73-79-152
       Cole Johnson, West Fargo, 74-78-152
       Tyler Bossert, Fargo Shanley, 73-79-152
    8. Justin Nelson, Wahpeton, 77-76-153
       Pat Traynor, Fargo Shanley, 74-79-153
    10.Zach Sklebar, Fargo North, 78-76-154


    Minot (630): Jersey Kelly 78-73-151, Ty Jones 78-79-157, Taran Albright 81-79-160, Cody Reynolds 80-84-164, Cole Nelson 83-82-165, Ian Geller 86-86-172.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Oswaldo Arcia drove in four runs, including the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, to push the Minnesota Twins past Milwaukee 6-4 on Wednesday night for their seventh win in the last eight meetings with the Brewers.
 
     Arcia hit a three-run home run in the fourth inning, going deep for the third time in 10 games since his recall from Triple-A, and Josh Willingham forced in a run with a bases-loaded walk in the fifth inning before setting up Arcia's go-ahead single with a two-out double.
 
     Aramis Ramirez returned from the disabled list after missing 21 games with a strained left hamstring to wallop a three-run homer that tied the game at 4 in the seventh, following leadoff singles by Jonathan Lucroy and Carlos Gomez.
 
     Ricky Nolasco, who retired 13 straight batters until that point, recovered to finish the inning and pick up the victory when the Twins rallied again in the bottom of the frame.
 
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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Here's a footnote to the "Summer of Love" - Minnesota Timberwolves star Kevin Love is on the All-NBA second team.  The league's postseason all-star teams were revealed Wednesday. Love was second team pick for the second time in his career after averaged a franchise-record 26.1 points and 12.5 rebounds per game. The only other player in Timberwolves history with multiple All-NBA honors was Kevin Garnett with eight: three first team, three second team and two third team.
 
     Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Joakim Noah, James Harden and Chris Paul comprised the first team. Blake Griffin, Dwight Howard, Stephen Curry and Tony Parker joined Love on the second team.  Able to opt out of his contract next year, Love is the subject of trade speculation as potential suitors line up.
 
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     EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) - The Minnesota Vikings have set start and end dates for their 49th consecutive training camp at Minnesota State University in Mankato.  The team announced Wednesday that players will report on July 24, with the first practice under new coach Mike Zimmer taking place the next day.
 
     Specific schedules have not yet been finalized, but the Vikings will hold a Saturday evening workout under the lights at Blakeslee Stadium followed by a fireworks display on Aug. 2. The team will check out on Aug. 15, the day before the second exhibition game. The preseason opener is Aug. 8 at TCF Bank Stadium on the University of Minnesota campus against Oakland.
 
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     LOS ANGELES (AP) - Justin Williams scored 4:36 into overtime after a turnover by Dan Girardi, and the Los Angeles Kings beat the New York Rangers 3-2 on Wednesday night in the Stanley Cup finals opener. It's the third straight year that Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals has gone overtime.
 
     Williams was left alone in the slot after Girardi's pass from his knees went straight to Mike Richards. Williams put his eighth goal of the postseason past Henrik Lundqvist, who made 40 saves and nearly stole a series-opening win for the Rangers.
 
     Jonathan Quick made 25 saves for the Kings. The Kings moved one victory closer to their second Stanley Cup title in three years after a hair-raising finals opener.  Game 2 is Saturday at Staples Center.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - The San Diego Padres had only one hit - a bunt single by Everth Cabrera in the first inning - and still beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-2 thanks to Francisco Liriano's wildness.
 
     The Padres played ultimate small-ball. They scored on a sacrifice fly, an error and a bases-loaded walk to avoid a three-game sweep. Rene Rivera's fly to Andrew McCutchen to end the eighth was the only ball fielded by a Pirates outfielder. Carlos Quentin hit a sacrifice fly in the first, but it was caught in short right by second baseman Josh Harrison.  Ian Kennedy won his third straight start to improve to 5-6.
 
     In other MLB action:
 
     - Asdrubal Cabrera hit a three-run homer with one out in the 12th inning to give the Cleveland Indians a 7-4 victory over the Boston Red Sox early today and a three-game sweep of the defending World Series champions
 
     - John Danks and three relievers combined on a three-hitter, Leury Garcia hit his first major league home run and the Chicago White Sox beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 2-1 in the rubber game of a three-game series.
 
     - Matt Carpenter had a career-high five hits, including the go-ahead double in the 11th inning, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Kansas City Royals 5-2 to snap a three-game losing streak.
 
     - The AL East-leading Toronto Blue Jays bounced AL Central-leading Detroit 8-2. Adam Lind doubled twice to drive in three runs. Melky Cabrera added a homer and three hits.
 
     - Michael Morse swatted his 12th home run and NL West-leading San Francisco nipped Cincinnati 3-2. Juan Perez also went deep for the Giants, who ended the Reds' four-game win streak.
 
     - Donovan Solano hit a three-run homer off David Price to help the Miami Marlins beat Tampa Bay 5-3. That extends the Rays' longest losing streak in nearly five years to nine games. It is the second-longest losing streak in the major leagues this season.
 
     - Oakland rallied from a 4-0 deficit to beat the New York Yankees 7-4 for their fifth straight win. Yoenis Cespedes (yoh-EHN'-ehs SEHS'-peh-dehs) homered twice. Josh Donaldson hit a tiebreaking shot in the seventh inning.
 
     - The L.A. Angels ended a four-game slide by blanking Houston 4-0. Garrett Richards stuck out nine to match his career best over eight innings. He's 5-2.
 
     - Washington doubled up Philadelphia 8-4. Anthony Rendon homered and drove in three. Stephen Strasburg improved to 5-3. He went seven innings, striking out 11 and allowing two runs.
 
     - The Baltimore Orioles held off Texas 6-5. Chris Davis and Nick Markakis homered for the Orioles. Adrian Beltre homered twice for the Rangers.
 
     - The Arizona Diamondbacks rapped out 21 hits in mauling Colorado 16-8 in a typical Coors Field slugfest. Miguel Montero hit his sixth homer for the D-Backs.
 
     - The Chicago Cubs nipped the New York Mets 6-5. Starlin Castro went 3 for 4 with three RBIs to help Edwin Jackson improve to 4-5.
 
     - Seattle's Hisashi Iwakuma scattered six hits over seven innings in a 2-0 win over Atlanta.  The victory boosted the Mariners winning streak to a season-best five games.   
 
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     NEW YORK (AP) - Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant capped his MVP season by being the lone unanimous choice to the All-NBA first team. Durant was a first-teamer on all 125 ballots, and made the top squad for the fifth time. Miami's LeBron James got 124 first-team votes on the way to being selected for the eighth time, while the Los Angeles Clippers' Chris Paul earned his fourth first-team selection. Houston's James Harden and Chicago's Joakim Noah (JOH'-keem NOH'-ah) are first-time first-team choices.
 
     Second-team All-NBA selections were San Antonio's Tony Parker, Golden State's Stephen Curry, the Clippers' Blake Griffin, Houston's Dwight Howard and Minnesota's Kevin Love.  Portland's Damian Lillard and LaMarcus Aldridge, Phoenix's Goran Dragic, Indiana's Paul George and Charlotte's Al Jefferson were third-team selections.
 
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     LOS ANGELES (AP) - The NBA has found a way out of the Donald Sterling situation.  An attorney for the embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner says Sterling has agreed to sign off on selling the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for what would be a record $2 billion, according to his attorney. Sterling bought the team for $12 million in 1981.
 
     Sterling "has made an agreement with the NBA to resolve all their differences" and as co-owner has given his consent to a deal that was negotiated by his wife, Shelly Sterling, to sell the team, said attorney Maxwell Blecher.
 
     Donald Sterling sued the NBA in federal court last week alleging the NBA violated his constitutional rights by relying on information from an "illegal" recording that publicized racist remarks he made to a girlfriend. It also says the league committed a breach of contract by fining Sterling $2.5 million and that it violated antitrust laws by trying to force a sale.
 
     Blecher said the suit will be dismissed. If the NBA owners approve the sale, it will be a record-high sale for an NBA team.
 
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     ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Former major league manager, coach and player Don Zimmer has died. He was 83. Zimmer spent more than 60 years in baseball. He was a senior adviser for the Tampa Bay Rays, who announced his death.  Zimmer died Wednesday. He had been in a rehabilitation center in Florida since having heart surgery in mid-April.
 
     Zimmer played for the only Brooklyn Dodgers team to win the World Series in 1955, played for the original New York Mets in 1962, nearly managed the Boston Red Sox to a championship in the 1970s and was Joe Torre's right-hand man with the New York Yankees' most recent dynasty. He was a lifetime .235 hitter from 1954-65. He also was a manager for 13 seasons.
 
     Baseball commissioner Bud Selig called Zimmer "a memorable contributor to baseball for more than 60 years," adding: "Don was the kind of person you could only find in the National Pastime.'
 
     Rays principal owner Stuart Sternberg called Zimmer "a national treasure and a wonderful man."
 

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

 

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