K-Heart Sports – 04/29/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 04/29/22 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – The Minot High girl’s tennis team improved to 5-0 on the season Thursday. In the process Eden Olson ties Jenny Keesy for 5th place on the All-Time Wins List with 126.
 
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TENNIS
Minot 8, Bismarck High 1
Bismarck St. Mary’s 7, Jamestown 2
Bismarck Century 5, Dickinson 4
 
 
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER
Bismarck Century 1, Mandan 1
 
 
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOFTBALL
 
Class A
Jamestown 12, Mandan 2
Jamestown 13, Mandan 3
 
Dickinson 10, Watford City 3
Dickinson 28, Watford City 7
 
West Fargo 10, Bismarck Century 0
West Fargo 10, Bismarck Century 0
 
Class B
Region 3 Jamboree – Bottineau
Bottineau 14, Rugby 4
Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark 14, Glenburn 4
Renville County 19, Divide County 4
Glenburn `14, Bishop Ryan 5
Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark 31, Stanley 4
Rugby 18, Divide County 2
Bottineau 26, Stanley 6
Renville County 20, Bishop Ryan 6
 
 
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
 
Class A
Bismarck Century 10, Watford City 0
 
Dickinson 11, Bismarck St. Mary’s 2
Dickinson 5, Bismarck St. Mary’s 2
 

Bismarck Legacy 8, Mandan 4
Mandan 8, Bismarck Legacy 2

Class B
Beulah 1, Renville County 0 (8)
Renville County 7, Beulah 5

 
 
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TRACK & FIELD
Class A
 
Charlie Denton Relays – Bismarck
1. Bismarck Century, 222
2. Bismarck High, 156
3. Bismarck Legacy, 120
4. Minot, 80.5
5. Dickinson, 43
6. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 39
7. Mandan, 36
8. Jamestown, 23.5
9. Watford City, 14
 
Class B
 
Shiloh Invite – Bismarck
1. Harvey-Wells County, 168.5
2. Rugby, 95.5
3. Carrington, 74
4. Beulah, 69
5. Hazen, 65
6. Southern McLean, 64.5
7. Shiloh Christian, 56.5
8. Bishop Ryan, 55
9. Velva-Drake/Anamoose, 52
10. Benson County 31
 
 
HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
Class A
 
Mandan Invite
1. Bismarck Century, 161
2. Bismarck High, 98.5
3. Minot, 98
4. Jamestown, 93
5. Mandan, 81.5
6. Bismarck Legacy, 67
T7. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 48
T7. Dickinson, 48
9. Watford City, 26
 
 
Class B
 
Shiloh Invite – Bismarck
1. Rugby, 145.5
2. Carrington, 134
3. Beulah, 84
4. Shiloh Christian, 60.5
5. Southern McLean, 60
6. Benson County, 59
7. Velva-Drake/Anamoose, 57.5
8. Bishop Ryan, 52
9. Harvey-Wells County, 48
10. Hazen, 34.5
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TWINS-TIGERS
 
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Carlos Correa broke out of a slump with three hits and three RBIs and the Minnesota Twins completed a three-game sweep of the Detroit Tigers with a 7-1 victory on Thursday. Gio Urshela, Trevor Larnach, and Gilbert Celestino all had two hits for the Twins, who have won seven straight and finished off a 6-0 homestand that also included a sweep of the White Sox.
 
Cody Stashak (1-0) picked up the victory in relief of starter Bailey Ober, who left in the fourth inning with a strained right groin. Stashak worked 1 2/3 scoreless innings, and Griffin Jax blanked the Tigers over the final three innings to earn his first career save. Tarik Skubal (1-2) took the loss for Detroit, giving up six hits and six runs in six innings. He hadn’t allowed an earned run since his first appearance of the season. The Tigers had four errors on Thursday, contributing to three unearned runs. The Twins scored four runs in the fifth.
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WILD-FLAMES
 
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Kirill Kaprizov scored a power play goal 44 seconds into overtime on Thursday to give the Minnesota Wild a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames. With the victory, the Wild take over sole possession of second place in the Central Division. Minnesota leads St. Louis by two points with each team having one game remaining today. If the Wild pick up any points in their game against Colorado or if the Blues lose at home to Vegas, Minnesota will have home-ice advantage in its first-round playoff series against St. Louis.
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VIKINGS-DRAFT
 
EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — Trading down 20 spots in the first round like the Minnesota Vikings did on Thursday night means having to watch a lot of instant-impact talent come off the board. The move to bolster their second-day pick allotment at the expense of passing on the No. 12 overall selection came down to a simple decision by the Vikings that they were better off stocking up than staying put. Georgia safety Lewis Cine was the result, bringing the potential reward of a hard-hitting, sure-tackling, well-respected player from a dominant defense on the most recent national champions. The Vikings under new general manager Kwesi Adofo-Mensah began the NFL draft with their highest first-round pick in six years and packaged it with the 46th overall selection in the second round to division rival Detroit for the for the 32nd, 34th and 66th overall selections.
 
The 6-foot-2, 199-pound Cine was one of several defensive standouts for the national champion Bulldogs in 2021. He was a third team Associated Press All-American, after leading the team with nine pass breakups and 73 tackles. He had one interception in 15 games. Cine was the fifth defensive player from Georgia taken in the first round, an NFL record for one school. Linebacker Quay Walker (22nd) and defensive tackle Devonte Wyatt (28th) both went to NFC North rival Green Bay.
 
 

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