K-Heart Sports – 05/02/23

K-HEART SPORTS – 05/02/23 – 0700

MINOT, ND – A big regular season doubleheader in Class B Region 7 baseball was played on Monday as Des Lacs-Burlington took on Renville County. The Lakers scored five times in the bottom of the 7th with Drew Roedocker getting the walk-off hit to win it. The offense continued for the Lakers in game two as they scored 7 time in the 1st inning.
High School Baseball
Class B
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Renville County, 8-7
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Renville County, 10-0
Velva-Drake-Anamoose def. South Prairie-Max, 15-1
Velva-Drake-Anamoose def. South Prairie-Max, 15-4
Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central def. Stanley, 11-0

Rugby def. Harvey-Wells County, 17-0


High School Girls Softball
Class B
Bishop Ryan def. Divide County, 21-0
Rugby def. Bishop Ryan, 16-15
Rugby def. Divide County, 35-18

High School Girls Tennis
Williston def. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 6-3

High School Boys Track & Field
Nedrose Invite
1. Carrington, 97
2. Powers Lake-Burke Central, 86
T3. New Town, 81
T3. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 81
5. Bishop Ryan, 67
6. Nedrose, 61
7. Stanley, 51
8. Kenmare-Bowbells, 38
9. Parshall, 31
10. Surrey, 30
11. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 28
12. Max-South Prairie, 21
13. Divide County, 17
14. Williams County, 8
Bottineau Invitational
1. Rugby, 123
2. Bottineau, 82
3. Northern Lights, 72
4. Turtle Mountain, 61.5
5. Carrington, 55
6. North Star, 53
7. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 44
8. Benson County, 43
9. Dunseith, 24.5
10. Rolette, 12

High School Girls Track & Field
Nedrose Invite
1. Carrington, 198
2. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 98
3. Surrey, 69
T4. Williams County, 58
T4. Bishop Ryan, 58
6. Kenmare-Bowbells, 55
7. Nedrose, 42.5
8. New Town, 35
9. Stanley, 28
10. Powers Lake-Burke Central, 16.5
T11. Parshall, 16
T11. Trenton, 16
13. Max-South Prairie, 11
14. Divide County, 9
Bottineau Invitational
1. Bottineau, 121
2. Benson County, 120
3. Rugby, 104
4. Carrington, 96
5. Northern Lights, 79
6. Westhope-Newburg, 26
7. North Star, 21
8. Rolette, 11
9. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 5
MINOT, ND – Former Bismarck Century standout Lauren Ware has announced where she will continue her college basketball career. Ware will transfer from Arizona to Texas A&M. She sat out last season due to a knee injury and surgery. Ware entered the transfer portal back in late March. She averaged 4.8 points per game over her two full seasons with the Wildcats, including playing in the National Championship Game back in 2021. Ware has 3 years of eligibility left. The Aggies went 9-20 last season and 2-14 in SEC.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (UND) – University of North Dakota Director of Athletics Bill Chaves and UND Letterwinners Association President Michael Mathison announced Monday the UND Letterwinners Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2023. The group will be honored on Thursday, Oct. 12 at the Alerus Center. Cary Eades (1978-82, men’s hockey), Jocelyne Lamoureux-Davidson (2010-13, women’s hockey), Monique-Lamoureux-Morando (2010-13, women’s hockey), Dale Lennon (1999-07, football), Jim Martinson (1984-86, wrestling), Stephanie (Pfeiffer) Dehann (2000, 02-04, soccer) and Al Thompson (1984-86, men’s golf) will be inducted as individuals, while the 2003 football team will be enshrined in the team category. Additionally, current Fargo Davies High School Track and Field Coach Rory Beil will receive the Tom Clifford Award, and major benefactors Keith and Jo Streyle will be recognized with the Honorary Letterwinner Award. The 48th annual Athletics Hall of Fame event will take place with a dinner and induction ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 12. The Class of 2023 will also be recognized that coming Saturday during UND’s football contest against in-state rival North Dakota State at the Alerus Center. This year’s seven inductees bring the total number of individuals in UND’s Letterwinners Athletics Hall of Fame to 279, with a team total at 46.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Wild center Joel Eriksson Ek, whose participation in the first-round NHL playoff series loss to Dallas was limited to just one shift, was trying to play with a broken left leg that he wound up having surgery to fix. Eriksson Ek revealed Monday that he suffered a fractured fibula, the smaller of the two bones in the lower leg, from a shot he blocked April 6 at Pittsburgh. Eriksson Ek missed the last four regular-season games and the first two games of the series against the Stars before being cleared April 21 for Game 3. His return lasted only 19 seconds, and he had the procedure after that. “I was skating for I don’t know how many days before,” Eriksson Ek said. “I felt good, and then just first shift, yeah, it didn’t hold up.” The Stars eliminated the Wild in Game 6 with a 4-1 win Friday. Eriksson Ek would have potentially returned at some point had the Wild advanced. The presence of the seventh-year veteran was particularly missed on the power play and penalty kill units that struggled against the Stars. “It is just so hard to sit and just watch. I think that’s harder than actually being out there. Being with the guys, that’s what you want to do. You want to be out there to try to do your best to help the team,” Eriksson Ek said. “You play a whole season and then right before playoffs you get hurt.”
Wild center Ryan Hartman, who was held out of Game 2, also said Monday he was playing with a knee injury that might require offseason surgery. Defenseman Matt Dumba said he missed the third period of Game 6 because of a collision that caused his head to hit hard on the glass. After Dumba told linemate Jonas Brodin he wasn’t feeling well, his close friend told him he wasn’t going to let him go back in the game after the second intermission. “Just having that kind of friend that looks out for you like that, he’s a good dude,” Dumba said. “We’ve played some awesome hockey together.” The timing was particularly painful for Dumba, who will be an unrestricted free agent this summer on a team with a tight salary cap situation and might not be re-signed. “My heart is definitely here,” Dumba said. “I want to win here, but I really don’t know what lies ahead.”

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