K-Heart sports – 05/07/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 05/07/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – High school softball teams from across the state have made the trek to Fargo for the Midseason Madness II event this weekend.
High School Girls Softball
Class A
Bismarck Legacy 14, Bismarck Century 0
Bismarck Legacy 7, Bismarck Century 6
Class B
Rugby 15, Ray 2
Midseason Madness II – Fargo
Dickinson 17, Valley City 0 (5)
Thompson 7, Harvey-Wells County 0
Minot 12, West Fargo Sheyenne 1 (5)
Mayport CG 28, Glenbrn 0 (5)
Velva/Drake-Anamoose 11, Fargo South 1 (5)
Grafton 31, Wilton-Wing 1 (5)
Kindred 5, Renville County 2
Mandan 12, Grand Forks Central 8
Beulah 7, Northern Cass 1
Kindred 5, Renville County 2
Pembina County North 20, Tioga 2
Central Cass 9, Velva/Drake-Anamoose 0
Grand Forks Central 8, Williston 7
Mandan 19, Fargo Shanley 7
Bismarck High 15, Valley City 4
Dickinson 16, Fargo Davies 0
Williston 14, Fargo Shanley 1
Minot 13, Grand Forks Red River 1 (5)
Bismarck High 19, Fargo South 0 (5)
Fargo North 14, Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark 5
Bottineau 13, Northern Cass 11
High School Baseball
Class A
Bismarck Century 7, Bismarck St. Mary’s 0
Bismarck Century 10, Bismarck St. Mary’s 1
Bismarck Legacy 7, Bismarck High 5
Bismarck Legacy 15, Bismarck High 3
Dickinson 7, Williston 5
Dickinson 11, Williston 8
Jamestown 10, Watford City 0
Jamestown 11, Watford City 0
Class B
Des Lacs-Burlington 11, Stanley 6
Renville County 14, Lewis & Clark 3 (5)
Bottineau 11, Dunseith 3
High School Boys Golf
Class B
DLB Invite – Wildwood Golf Course in Minot
1. Des Lacs-Burlington, 349
2. Divide County, 352
3. Stanley, 357
4. Kenmare, 401
5. New Town-Parshall, 407
East-West Classic – Prairie West Golf Course in Mandan
1. Kindred, 318
2. Bottineau, 337
3. Central Cass, 341
4. Fargo Oak Grove, 345
5. Beulah, 356
High School Girls Tennis
Minot 7, Grand Forks Central 0
Minot 7, Grand Forks Red River 0
Bismarck Century 4, Grand Forks Central 3
Bismarck Century 4, Grand Forks Red River 3
West Fargo Sheyenne 6, Bismarck Legacy 3
Valley City 4, Williston 1
Williston 3, Jamestown 2
Jamestown 4, Wahpeton 1
West Fargo Sheyenne 5, Bismarck St. Mary’s 4
High School Boys Track & Field
Class A
Knutson Invite – Williston
1. Minot, 308
2. Williston, 159.5
3. Watford City, 103
4. Dickinson, 61.5
High School Boys Track & Field
Class A
Knutson Invite – Williston
1. Minot, 316
2. Williston, 140
3. Dickinson, 94
4. Watford City, 64
College Baseball
St. Cloud State 3, Minot State 1
St. Cloud State 8, Minot State 7     (Minot State pitching staff breaks school record for strikeouts in a season. 418 and counting.)
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Kirill Kaprizov had a goal and an assist, Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 29 shots, and the Minnesota Wild beat the St. Louis Blues 5-1 on Friday night to take a 2-1 lead in their Western Conference playoff series. Joel Eriksson Ek had a goal and an assist, and Jordan Greenway, Mats Zuccarello and Jonas Brodin also scored as the Wild improved to 8-8 all-time in Game 3s. Fleury, playing in a 16th consecutive Stanley Cup playoffs, earned his 92nd career playoff win. Game 4 of the best-of-seven series is Sunday afternoon in St. Louis before shifting back to St. Paul, Minnesota, for Game 5.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Byron Buxton hit his ninth home run of the season and Jose Miranda connected for the first homer of his career, backing another sharp start by rookie Josh Winder and sending the Minnesota Twins over the Oakland Athletics 2-1 Friday night. Twins reliever Emilio Pagán escaped a bases-loaded, one-out jam in the ninth inning and sent the A’s to their seventh straight loss. Making just his second major league start, Winder (2-0) allowed three hits and one unearned run in six innings while striking out eight and walking none. Last weekend at Tampa Bay, the 25-year-old righty got the win, pitching six shutout innings of two-hit ball, striking out seven with one walk. Top Twins prospect Royce Lewis was called up from Triple-A and filled in for Carlos Correa. Making his big league debut, he singled in the eighth for his first hit.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins have avoided a scare with star shortstop Carlos Correa, whose right middle finger is not broken as initially feared following a hit-by-pitch in the previous game. The CT scan Friday confirmed that he did not suffer a fracture, president of baseball operations Derek Falvey said. He’s just bruised and sore. Correa was plunked twice in Minnesota’s loss at Baltimore on Thursday. The first one in the fifth inning appeared to graze off his left forearm and get him in the right shoulder. The second one in the eighth inning hit his right hand while it was on the handle of the bat with him in the middle of a half-swing. The ball went into fair territory, and Correa was easily retired on a groundout. His status will be evaluated day to day, and he won’t have to go on the injured list.

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