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K-HEART SPORTS - TUESDAY - 07/15/14 - MORNING EDITION

For the second consecutive day the Minot Vistas played the Bismarck Governors and the result was the same......

    MINOT, ND - For the second consecutive day the Minot Vistas played the Bismarck Governors and the result was the same.  Sunday the Governors won in extra innings.  Yesterday it wasn't extra innings, but Bismarck heads home with another win.  The Vistas will play in the Rapid City Tournament Thursday through Sunday.

American Legion Baseball
 Class AA
    Bismarck Governors 6, Minot Vistas 2

 Class Junior
    Bismarck Reps 12, Beulah (Class A) 2 (6)
    Bismarck Reps 7, Beulah 2

 Class B
    Stanley 16, Garrison 9

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    BISMARCK, ND - The North Dakota Lions All-Star basketball series sets the best in Class A against Class B.  The two-game series will be tonight at the Bismarck Civic Center and tomorrow at the Fargo Civic Center. Tipoffs each night is 6 pm for the girls and 8 pm for the boys.

    The Class B Boys team includes Colton Schroeder of Max, Hunter Braaten of Westhope-Newburg, Tanner Holte of Des Lacs-Burlington and Wayne Fox of New Town.  Mike Santjer of Rugby is assistanct coach for Kyle Card of Fargo Oak Grove.

    The Class A Girls are coached by Todd Magnuson of Minot, while Julie Stewart of Bishop Ryan coaches the Class B Girls.   Anika Rovig of Bishop Ryan, Mattie Schmidt of Towner-Granville-Upham, Baeleigh Brady of New Town and Gabby Wilkinson of Shiloh Christian were chosen for the Class B team.

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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Oakland's Yoenis Cespedes became the first repeat winner of the All-Star home run derby in 15 years, powering his way past Cincinnati's Todd Frazier by a whopping 9-1 in the final round Monday night.
 
     Ken Griffey Jr. took the title in 1998 and 1999.
 
     With a serious, determined look on his face the whole time, Cespedes finished with 28 homers. That was four fewer than last year, when he beat Washington's Bryce Harper 9-8 in the final round.
 
     Cespedes saved his best for last, a 452-foot blast to the third deck above left field that officially measured as the longest of the night.
 
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     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Seattle's Felix Hernandez will start tonight's All-Star game for the American League and Adam Wainwright of the St. Louis Cardinals will open for the National League.
 
     Hernandez, the first Venezuela pitcher to start for the All-Stars, is 11-2 with a 2.12 ERA. He is just the second Seattle pitcher to start an All-Star game following Randy Johnson in 1995 and 1997.
 
     NL manager Mike Matheny of the Cardinals chose the ace of his own staff. Wainwright is 12-4 with a 1.83 ERA and three complete games in 19 starts. It will be the 11th All-Star start by a Cardinals pitcher.
 
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     CHICAGO (AP)- - The Chicago Bulls have made two trades to clear salary-cap space, setting the stage for the addition of free-agent center Pau Gasol.
 
     First, the Bulls sent forward Anthony Randolph, two second-round draft picks and cash considerations to Orlando for the rights to Milovan Rakovic. Randolph was acquired in a draft-night trade with Denver that gave the Bulls the rights to high-scoring Creighton forward Doug McDermott.
 
     Chicago also traded forward Greg Smith to Dallas on Monday for the rights to Tadija Dragicevic.
 
     The pair of moves helps make room for Gasol, who announced over the weekend that he planned to join the Bulls.
 
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     MARGATE, N.J. (AP) - The Harlem Globetrotters needed someone to beat up on, and Red Klotz supplied them.  The basketball barnstormer who owned the Washington Generals and other teams that lost thousands of games to the Harlem Globetrotters has died at age 93.
 
     Klotz formed a working relationship with the Globetrotters in 1952, putting together the opposing teams that almost always lost. In 1971, he hit the game-winner in a rare Globetrotter loss as a 50-year-old player/coach.
 

 

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

 

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