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After one day of play at the State Class A Boys Golf Tournament, Minot finds themselves in fifth place.....

    MINOT, ND - After one day of play at the State Class A Boys Golf Tournament, Minot finds themselves in fifth place.  The Magicians won the West Region Tournament on the same course a week ago.

High School Boys Golf
 Class A
   State Tournament - Jamestown

   Team scores - Rnd 1 of 2
    1. Fargo Shanley 300
    2. Fargo Davies 305
    3. West Fargo 312
    4. Jamestown 314
    5. Minot 317
    6. Fargo North 323
       Grand Forks Red River 323
    8. St Mary's 327
    9. Bismarck Century 328
    10.Grand Forks Central 334
    11.Mandan 341
    12.Bismarck High 347

   Individual results - Rnd 1 of 2
    Top 10

    1. Riley Johnson, West Fargo, 72
       Tanner Kretchman, Fargo Davies, 72
    3. Colton Murphy, Mandan, 73
       Tyler Bossert, Fargo Shanley, 73
    5. Cole Johnson, West Fargo, 74
       Pat Traynor, Fargo Shanley, 74
    7. Max Restemayer, Fargo Davies, 75
    8. Brandon Stahlhut, Jamestown, 76
       Lucas Johnson, Fargo Shanley, 76
       Skylar Belgarde, Grand Forks Central, 76

    Minot (317): Jersey Kelly 78, Ty Jones 78, Cody Reynolds 80, Taran Albright 81, Cole Nelson 83, Ian Geller 86


    MINOT, ND - The West Region Baseball honors have been handed out.


    Bismarck: Quinn Irey, Nathan Dinga, Kole Bauer
    Bismarck Century: Logan Krivoruchka, Tanner Wolf
    Bismarck St Mary's: Jacob Brucker
    Dickinson: Dylan Skabo, Cole Anderson, Brett Schweitzer, Mark Erickson, Luke Herauf
    Jamestown: Tyler Ukestad
    Mandan: Jared Walters, Parker Harm, Trever Leingang
    Minot: Grant Larson, Chandler Jacob, Alex Mack
    Williston: Seth Falcon

    West Region Senior Athlete: Logan Krivoruchka, Bismarck Century

    Coach Of The Year: Pete Dobitz, Dickinson


     MILWAUKEE (AP) - Josh Willingham hit a three-run homer and the Minnesota Twins beat Milwaukee 6-4 Tuesday night in a game delayed when a fan fell into the Brewers' bullpen.
     The game was held up at the start of the eighth inning after the man fell. He was carried on a stretcher out of the bullpen in left-center field, and the Brewers said he was conscious and alert.  The man had a brace around his neck as he was put on a cart on the warning track. He was wheeled off and taken to a hospital.
     Fans can watch games from a dining area beyond the wall in left-center. The concourse, which is at least 15 feet above the bullpen, is lined with a metal railing roughly four feet high.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota wants to follow up its 2018 Super Bowl host duties with an NCAA men's basketball Final Four in 2019 or 2020.  State, business and sports leaders appeared Tuesday with Gov. Mark Dayton to describe their push for college basketball's biggest weekend. They think the gleaming new $1 billion stadium being built for the Minnesota Vikings is the perfect setting for the Final Four. The stadium is scheduled to open in 2016.
     Last month, the NFL chose Minneapolis to host the Super Bowl four years from now. Minneapolis was already named a finalist by the NCAA for the championship event sometime between 2017 and 2020. Officials say it makes the most sense to wait until after the Super Bowl.  A decision is expected by early November.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Toronto Blue Jays have the look of a serious contender after posting a winning season just once the past five seasons.  Drew Hutchison tossed seven innings and the Jays put together a five-run ninth to beat Detroit 5-3 in a battle of American League division leaders. Hutchison had to settle for a no-decision after limiting the Tigers to three hits and no walks while striking out seven.
     Toronto was held scoreless on two hits through eight innings before rallying against the Tigers' bullpen. Joe Nathan gave up an RBI single to Jose Bautista to break the scoreless deadlock, Kevin Pillar added a sacrifice fly and Brett Lawrie launched a three-run homer off Al Albuquerque.
     The Blue Jays have won three straight and are 22-7 since opening the season 13-17.  The Tigers suffered their third straight loss despite Anibal Sanchez, who held Toronto to two hits and no walks in seven innings. J.D. Martinez hit a three-run homer in the ninth for Detroit.
     Checking out the rest of the major league schedule:
     - Nelson Cruz returned to Texas and crushed a three-run homer in a six-run eighth that carried Baltimore to an 8-3 win over the Rangers. Cruz leads the majors with 21 homers and 55 RBIs after leaving the Rangers for a free-agent deal with the Orioles.
     - Highly-touted prospect Jon Singleton hit a solo homer and had two RBIs in his major league debut to help Houston beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-2. Jason Castro and Robbie Grossman added two-run singles to back Colin McHugh, who gave up two hits in five shutout innings.
     - Brandon Moss hit a pair of solo homers, including a 10th-inning blast in Oakland's 5-2 triumph over the Yankees in the Bronx. Stephen Vogt tied the game with an RBI double in the eighth before the A's completed their fourth straight win and improve to an American League-leading 36-22.
     - Cleveland blew a 3-0 lead before Michael Bourn laced a two-run double in the seventh inning of the Indians' fifth consecutive win, 5-3 against Boston. Xander Bogaerts hit a solo homer for the Red Sox, who have dropped two straight since a seven-game winning streak.
     - Henderson Alvarez tossed an eight-hitter on just 88 pitches and Christian Yelich worked out a bases-loaded walk in the fifth inning for the only run in Florida's 1-0 shutout of Tampa Bay. The Rays have dropped eight straight for the first time since an 11-game skid in 2009.
     - John Buck was 3-for-4 with a tiebreaking, two-run homer and three runs scored in Seattle's 7-5 triumph in Atlanta. Pinch-hitter Stefen Romero smacked a three-run homer in the fourth to erase the Braves' 5-2 lead.
     - Alex Gordon smacked a three-run homer while Kansas City was scoring six times in the fifth inning of an 8-7 win at St. Louis. Eric Hosmer singled home the winning run in the ninth to help the Royals overcome Kolten Wong's grand slam.
     - Jordan Zimmermann allowed five hits in eight shutout innings as Washington clobbered Philadelphia 7-0. Anthony Rendon hit a two-run homer, Ian Desmond added a solo shot and Ryan Zimmerman doubled twice in his first game since coming off the disabled list.
     - Devin Mesoraco hit a two-run homer and Homer Bailey struck out seven over six innings to lead Cincinnati's 8-3 rout of San Francisco. Brandon Phillips added a two-run double while the Reds were tagging Tim Lincecum for eight runs in just 4 1/3 innings.
     - Chris Owings was 3-for-4 with a solo homer and an RBI triple as Arizona doubled up the slumping Rockies 4-2 in Colorado. Chase Anderson allowed one run over six innings against the Rockies, who've dropped five straight and nine of 11.
     - The Chicago Cubs beat the New York Mets 2-1 on Nate Schierholtz's RBI single with two out in the bottom of the ninth. The Cubs managed just two hits until Chris Coghlan led off the bottom of the eighth with his first homer of the season.
     - Gerrit Cole pitched into the sixth before Pittsburgh's bullpen tossed hitless ball over the final 3 1/3 innings of a 4-1 victory at San Diego. Neil Walker and Pedro Alvarez hit two-run homers to key the Pirates' six-hit attack.
     - Jose Abreu homered for the second straight game since coming off the disabled list, a two-run shot in the Chicago White Sox's 4-1 triumph over the Dodgers in Los Angeles. Hector Noesi held the Dodgers to a run and five hits in six innings for his first win of the season.

     NEW YORK (AP) - NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman has cut Daniel Carcillo's suspension from 10 games to six, meaning the New York Rangers agitator could play in the Stanley Cup finals should the club elect to return him to the lineup. Carcillo was suspended on May 23 after he appeared to twice elbow linesman Scott Driscoll, who was trying to keep Carcillo away from a fight, during Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals. The original ban would have kept him completely out of the Cup finals, even if the series goes the full seven games.  Now Carcillo, who has already served three games, is eligible to play in Game 4.

     SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Tony Parker says he plans to play in Game 1 of the NBA Finals. The San Antonio Spurs open their rematch with the Miami Heat on Thursday, and their star point guard is nursing a balky left ankle that he aggravated in Saturday night's Western Conference final.  Parker didn't practice Tuesday, but said he expects to be back Wednesday.
     Parker is averaging a team-leading 17.2 points and 4.9 assists this postseason but has been bothered by injuries the past two rounds.  Coach Gregg Popovich says his point guard is "getting better every day," and he expects Parker to be ready for the series opener.

     WASHINGTON (AP) - Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman has received a contract extension after leading the team this season to its first playoff berth since 2008. The Wizards beat the Chicago Bulls in the first round before losing to Indiana in the Eastern Conference semifinals.


     UNDATED (AP) - The Saints and Jonathan Goodwin have agreed to a one-year contract, bringing the veteran center back to New Orleans. The 35-year-old has spent the past three seasons with San Francisco, playing in three straight NFC title games and a Super Bowl.  Goodwin played for New Orleans from 2006 to 2010, starting the last three of those seasons.
     In other NFL news:
     - Dan Marino says he inadvertently became a plaintiff in a concussion lawsuit against the NFL and is withdrawing immediately. The Hall of Fame quarterback said he doesn't suffer any effects from head injuries.
     - Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley says the team informed him this offseason that it was not picking up the 2015 option in his contract. Detroit drafted Fairley out of Auburn with the No. 13 overall pick in 2011 and he has struggled with issues dealing with his weight. Fairley acknowledges he played too heavy last season while weighing as much as 320 pounds. He says he has lost about 30 pounds by reducing his consumption of junk food.
     - The Cardinals have signed free agent linebacker Ernie Sims to a one-year contract, a move that follows the suspension of Arizona standout linebacker Daryl Washington for one year for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy. Sims played the last two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, starting 12 of his 22 games.

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


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