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K-Heart Sports - Saturday - 08/24/19 - Morning Edition

Nate Beha and Corbin Hall connected on a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns, including a 70-yard strike with 1:55 to go, as Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood held off Ray-Powers Lake 26-21 last night in a game we broadcast on 1320 KHRT....

    MINOT, ND - Nate Beha and Corbin Hall connected on a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns, including a 70-yard strike with 1:55 to go, as Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood held off Ray-Powers Lake 26-21 last night in a game we broadcast on 1320 KHRT. Beha finished the night 11 of 19 for 261 yards, three touchdowns and one interception. Hall tallied 142 yards receiving including the two scores. Kaleb Foltyn caught the other touchdown and compiled a total of 57 yards receiving.

    Brock Viall led the Outlaw attack with 24 carries for 155 yards, while Noah Fredrickson threw for 132 yards and three TD's. Noah Schroeder was his favorite receiver with 63 yards and two touchdowns. Jace Nelson had two catches and the other touchdown.

    The Mavericks improve to 1-0, while Ray-Powers Lake is 0-1.

    Other scores from the area:

High School Football
            #1 New Rockford-Sheyenne 58, Benson County 16
            Grant County-Flasher 30, #2 Napoleon-Gackle-Streeter 24
            Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood 26, #3 Ray-Powers Lake 21
            #5 Cavalier 70, Larimore 0                
            Surrey 44, Lewis & Clark 14
            TGU 66, Trenton 8
            Central McLean 32, Divide County 12
            St. John 32, North Star 14
            North Prairie 38, North Border 16
            Dunseith 30, Nelson County 8

    Class A
            #1 Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich 39, Northern Cass 8
            #5 Bishop Ryan 30, Dickinson Trinity 12
            Rugby 32, Nedrose 8
            Des Lacs-Burlington 38, Bottineau 6
            Southern McLean 34, South Prairie 6
            Shiloh Christian 34, Harvey-Wells County 6



     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Ronny Rodriguez had three hits, including a grand slam, and Drew VerHagen struck out 11 in a career-high six innings as the Detroit Tigers beat the AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins 9-6 on Friday night.
     Rodriguez's first career grand slam capped a five-run sixth inning off All-Star Jose Berrios. The drive helped the Tigers, with the worst record in the league, cut Minnesota's lead to 2 1/2 games over Cleveland.
     Miguel Sano and Jake Cave each homered twice for Minnesota, which has recently lost three of four at Target Field to distant division opponents Chicago and Detroit.
     Berrios (10-7) allowed five runs on 10 hits in 5 1/3 innings. It's the second-most hits he's allowed in a game this season and he's given up at least five earned runs in two of his past four starts after having one such game in the first four months.
     In four August starts, Berrios has an 8.43 ERA and the Twins have lost three of the games.
     VerHagen (4-2) got another chance in the Tigers' beleaguered rotation and had the best outing of his career. He allowed three runs in six innings - his previous high for strikeouts was five against the White Sox on Aug. 6.
     Down 5-3, the Twins loaded the bases in the seventh against Jose Cisnero. But Buck Farmer entered and got Jorge Polanco to pop out in foul territory to end the inning.
     Berrios got out of trouble early against Detroit, which owns the league's worst offense in total runs and batting average. But the Tigers' didn't let Berrios off the hook in the sixth.
     Harold Castro and Miguel Cabrera started the inning with singles and Dawel Lugo hit an RBI double. Berrios walked Travis Demeritte to load the bases in front of Rodriguez's 10th homer.
     Castro and Lugo each had three hits. Rodriguez is hitting .323 with three home runs and six RBIs in eight games since being recalled from Triple-A Toledo.
     Twins: OF Byron Buxton is nearing a return from a left shoulder subluxation after going through a round of full baseball activities before the game. Manager Rocco Baldelli said Buxton will go on a rehab assignment "soon." ... OF Eddie Rosario was out of the lineup after leaving the previous game with a hamstring injury. Baldelli said an MRI was "clean" and Rosario said he was doing better.
     UP NEXT
     Tigers: RHP Edwin Jackson (3-6, 8.46 ERA) will make his fourth start for Detroit today. Jackson has a 3.86 ERA for the Tigers this season after losing his last start at Houston when he allowed five runs in five innings.
     Twins: RHP Kyle Gibson (11-6, 4.40) will make his second start of the season against Detroit. Gibson allowed five runs in five innings in a loss at Detroit on June 8 and has allowed five runs in two of his past three starts.



     UNDATED (AP) - New day, new leader in the National League Central following the St. Louis Cardinals' rout of Colorado and the Chicago Cubs' blowout loss to Washington.

     Jack Flaherty pitched six scoreless innings and the Redbirds moved a half-game ahead of the Cubs with an 8-3 victory against Colorado. Flaherty allowed three hits, struck out nine and walked one to win his fourth straight decision. He has allowed only one earned run in his past 34 innings.

     Marcell Ozuna opened the scoring in the first inning with a two-run blast and finished with three RBIs. Yadier Molina provided three of the Cards' 13 hits in the team's fifth win in six games.

     Anibal Sanchez carried a shutout into the ninth and limited the Cubs to one hit in pitching the Nationals to a 9-3 rout at Wrigley Field. Sanchez also doubled his season hit total at the plate by going 2 for 3 while setting up a pair of rallies.

     Juan Soto and Adam Eaton homered as the Nats improved to 13-4 in their last 17 games. Washington has outscored its opponents 129-66 since Aug. 5.

     The Cubs ended a five-game winning streak as Jon Lester allowed six runs
and nine hits in 4 1/3 innings.

     Elsewhere on major league diamonds:

     - The Braves maintained their six-game lead over Washington in the NL East by outlasting the Mets, 2-1 in 14 innings. Atlanta newcomer Billy Hamilton provided the tiebreaking single to allow the Braves to overcome 26 strikeouts by New York hurlers. The Mets ended a five-game winning streak despite Jacob deGrom, who hit a solo homer and struck out 13 while limiting Atlanta to a run and four hits over seven innings.

     - The Phillies grabbed an early 7-0 lead before Starlin Castro homered twice and drove in five to push the Marlins to a 19-11 win against Philadelphia. Isan Diaz crushed a three-run homer to cap Miami's seven-run third against Phils starter Vince Velasquez. Harold Ramirez and Neil Walker each had three hits and drove in two, and John Berti also went deep as part of the Marlins' 19-hit assault.

     - Jordan Lyles worked six no-hit frames and furnished an RBI single that put the Brewers ahead 6-0 in the fifth inning of a 6-1 victory over the Diamondbacks. Lyles left after throwing 99 pitches to the DBacks, who didn't get their first hit until Cristian Walker laced a two-out single off Devin Williams in the seventh. Eric Thames and Keston Hiura smacked homers and Mike Moustakas hit a two-run double as Milwaukee pulled within 3 1/2 games of the NL Central lead.

     - Adam Frazier and Pablo Reyes delivered RBI singles in the bottom of the ninth to give the Pirates a 3-2 triumph over the Reds. Pittsburgh rallied after Aristides Aquino doubled home a tiebreaking run in the eighth for Cincinnati.

     - The Yankees easily won a matchup of the top teams in the majors as Didi Gregorius hit a grand slam off All-Star Hyun-Jin Ryu and added a solo shot in a 10-2 pounding of the Dodgers. Aaron Judge, Gary Sanchez and Gleyber Torres also went deep as New York ended a four-game skid and kept their eight-game lead over Tampa Bay in the AL East. James Paxton allowed two runs and five hits over 6 2/3 innings to win his fifth straight start.

     - Minnesota's 9-6 loss to the Tigers leaves the AL Central-leading Twins 2  1/2 games ahead of Cleveland. Ronny Rodriguez had three hits, including a grand slam that capped Detroit's five-run sixth. Drew VerHagen struck out 11 in a career-high six innings to help the Tigers overcome two homers apiece by Miguel Sano and Jake Cave.

     - The Indians had dropped seven of nine before scoring four runs in the second inning of a 4-1 victory against the Royals. Francisco Lindor capped the rally with a two-run homer after Tyler Naquin's two-run single put Cleveland ahead. Rookie Zach Plesac allowed one run in 5 2/3 innings, and Brad Hand finally notched his 30th save after blowing three straight opportunities.

     - The Astros picked up a 5-4 victory over the Angels as Zack Greinke won his fourth straight start since joining Houston. Greinke gave up 10 hits but only two earned runs over 6 2/3 to improve to 14-4. The game was tied 2-2 until Yuli Gurriel launched a two-run homer in the sixth to help the AL West leaders move 7 1/2 games ahead of Oakland.

     - Austin Meadows hit his first career grand slam to cap a seven-run second that sent the Rays to a 7-1 win over the Orioles. Trevor Richards entered the game 3-12 before holding Baltimore to two hits and a walk over six shutout innings, his longest outing since June 8. Tampa Bay has won 11 of its last 12 road games.

     - J.D. Martinez and Eduardo Rodriguez highlighted the Red Sox's 11-0 blowout over the Padres. Martinez belted a pair of three-run homers and had seven RBIs to back Rodriguez, who is 15-5 after limiting San Diego to five singles over seven innings. Martinez, Mookie Betts and Rafael Devers each had three hits in the rout.

     - Yoan Moncada hit a two-run homer for the second straight night and Adam Engel added two RBIs in the White Sox's fourth win in five games, 8-3 over the Rangers. Dylan Cease struck out nine over six innings and blanked Texas following Willie Calhoun's three-run homer in the first inning. Tim Anderson and Leury Garcia each had two hits and an RBI for Chicago.

     - Omar Narvaez and J.P Crawford hit solo homers and Kyle Seager drove in two as the Mariners beat the Blue Jays, 7-4. The game was tied 4-4 until Seattle scored three times in the sixth on a bases-loaded walk and a pair of wild pitches.



     UNDATED (AP) - The Phillies have placed slugger Bryce Harper on paternity leave and recalled third baseman Maikel Franco from Triple-A Lehigh Valley. Harper flew home to Las Vegas after Wednesday's game and could miss up to three games. He is hitting .254 with 27 homers and 92 RBIs in 125 games.

     In other major league news:

     - Rangers reliever Luke Farrell has been activated from the 60-day injured list. The 28-year-old right-hander hasn't pitched in the majors since suffering a non-displaced jaw fracture and concussion when he was struck by a comebacker off the bat of San Francisco's Jalen Miller during a spring training came.

     - Orioles general manager Mike Elias has fired 11 members of the scouting department and front office as part of an effort to turn around a team in the early stages of a major rebuild. The rookie GM would not reveal the names of those people dismissed, nor the positions impacted.



     UNDATED (AP) - Carolina Panthers general manager Marty Hurney says Cam Newton has a mid-foot sprain and he's "cautiously optimistic" the quarterback will be ready for the Sept. 8 regular season opener against the Los Angeles Rams. Newton injured his left foot while trying to avoid a sack during the first quarter of Thursday's preseason loss at New England. The 2015 league MVP left the stadium in a walking boot and didn't address the media before boarding the team bus.

     In other NFL news:

     - Seahawks wide receiver David Moore will miss the start of the regular season after suffering a shoulder injury during Thursday's practice. Coach Pete Carroll said the team is still figuring out the extent of the injury, but he does not expect Moore to be available for Week 1 against Cincinnati.

     - Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan has lost his appeal and will be suspended for the first four games of the season for using a performance-enhancing substance. He tested positive for ostarine, which he blamed on a bad batch of a nutritional supplement.

     - The premier of Manitoba says there's a "lot of disappointment" from the Packers-Raiders exhibition game that was played on an 80-yard field because of safety concerns. Thursday's game was played on a shortened field because of the turf in the end zones. The league also eliminated kickoffs.

     - The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has rejected Tom Brady's application to take control of the nickname "Tom Terriffic," ruling that it "points uniquely and unmistakably to Tom Seaver." It adds that giving Brady a trademark for "Tom Terrific" might lead people to conclude the Hall of Fame pitcher endorses any products, rather than the New England Patriots quarterback.



     LOS ANGELES (AP) - A person familiar with the decision says the Los Angeles Lakers intend to sign center Dwight Howard once he finalizes his buyout with the Memphis Grizzlies. He will be the ostensible replacement for DeMarcus Cousins, who tore a knee ligament one month after signing with the Lakers as a free agent. Howard spent one infamous season with the Lakers, with Kobe Bryant and coach Mike D'Antoni before spurning the club as a free agent in the summer of 2013.



     MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Wisconsin football officials say the NCAA has restored receiver Quintez Cephus' eligibility following his sexual assault acquittal. Cephus was suspended from the team in August 2018 after prosecutors charged him with sexually assaulting two women in his apartment the preceding April. The university expelled him earlier this year before he finished the spring semester. A jury acquitted him of the charges earlier this month and Chancellor Rebecca Blank allowed him to return to school.



     ZURICH (AP) - Washington Capitals center Evgeny Kuznetsov has been banned from the Russian national team for four years after testing positive for cocaine at the world championship last spring. The International Ice Hockey Federation says Kuznetsov failed a doping test taken May 26 - the day Russia won the bronze medal game against the Czech Republic in Slovakia. The ban does not stop Kuznetsov playing in the NHL, which classifies cocaine as a drug of abuse rather than a performance-enhancing doping product.



     MADISON, Ill. (AP) - Josef Newgarden will start from the pole for Saturday night's IndyCar race at World Wide Technology Raceway at Gateway. Newgarden sat on the pole last week at Pocono by points after qualifying was rained out. He won the pole at the second race at Belle Isle in Detroit earlier this season. Newgarden had a two-lap average speed of 186.508 mph to beat out Sebastien Bourdais.



     ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. (AP) - The National Transportation Safety Board says part of the landing gear collapsed and a section of the right wing hit the runway as the plane carrying Dale Earnhardt Jr. touched down a third time during its crash in East Tennessee last week. The NTSB released a preliminary report Friday essentially repeating the description investigators offered at a news conference last week. Earnhardt, his family and two pilots were able to evacuate the plane. The report says three passengers suffered minor injuries.



     SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Former NBA and ABA head coach Tom Nissalke has died at 87. Nissalke earned coach of the year honors in both leagues and was 371-508 from 1971-72 with the Dallas Chaparrals to 1983-84 with the Cleveland Cavaliers. He also coached the Seattle SuperSonics, Utah Stars, Houston Rockets and Utah Jazz. Nissalke passed away at his home in Salt Lake City on Thursday after facing a "series of health-related problems" in recent years, according to the Deseret News.


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