K-Heart Sports – 05/11/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 05/11/22 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – Tuesday was a full day of high school sports in the area.
 
High School Baseball
 
Class A
Minot 7, Bismarck St. Mary’s 4
Minot 6, Bismarck St. Mary’s 3
 
Mandan 4, Jamestown 1
Jamestown 4, Mandan 2
 
Bismarck Legacy 8, Bismarck Century 7
Bismarck Legacy 10, Bismarck Century 1
 
Dickinson 15, Bismarck High 5
Dickinson 16, Bismarck 5
 

Williston 9, Watford City 6
Williston 17 Watford City 7

Class B
Des Lacs-Burlington 2, Renville County 0

 
Velva/Drake-Anamoose 8, Harvey-Wells County 6
 
Surrey 21, South Prairie-Max 0
Surrey 16, South Praire 7
 
Bishop Ryan 8, Central McLean 3
Bishop Ryan 9, Central McLean 1
 
North Star 12, Bottineau 3
 
Hazen 4, Beulah 3
Hazen 5, Beulah 4
 
Shiloh Christian 5, Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton 1
Shiloh Christian 6, Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton 2
 
 
High School Girls Softball
 

Class A
Minot High 26 – Watford City 2
Minot High 17 – Watford City 7

Dickinson 12, Bismarck Legacy 2
Dickinson 16, Bismarck Legacy 6

 
Bismarck Century 10, Williston 2
Bismarck Century 9, Williston 2
 
Class B
Bottineau 18, Bishop Ryan 1
 
Stanley 14, Tioga 13
 
Glenburn 31, Tioga 24
 
Rugby 20, New Town 1
 
Velva/Drake-Anmoose 8, Harvey-Wells County 6
 
Heart River 25, Hazen 12
Hazen 10, Heart River 9
 
 
High School Boys Golf
Class A
 
Mandan Invite – Prairie West Golf Course
1. Bismarck Century, 311
2. Dickinson, 313
3. Minot, 316
4. Mandan, 332
5. Jamestown, 335
6. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 357
7. Bismarck Legacy, 360
8. Bismarck High, 364
9. Williston, 373
10. Watford City 413
 
Medalist: Dylan Nosbusch of Bismrack Century, 74
 
Class B
 
Velva Invite
1. Bottineau, 337
2. Harvey-Wells County, 355
3. Our Redeemer’s, 359
4. Northern Lights, 370
5. Rugby, 373
6. Glenburn, 383
7. Bishop Ryan, 388
8. South Prairie, 415
9. Nedrose, 425
10. Velva 1, 448
11. Velva 2, 452
 
Medalist: Zach Hendrickson of Our Redeemer’s, 76
 
 
High School Girl Soccer
Minot 13, Bismarck St. Marys 0
Bismarck High 6, Williston 0
Jamestown 5, Bismarck Century 1
Bismarck Legacy 5, Mandan 2
 
 
High School Girls Tennis
Minot 9, Williston 0 (Majettes 11-0) (Eden Olson passes Nancy Dagner (’85) and ties Shannon Runyan (’93) for 2nd in career wins with 135 wins.)
Bismarck Century 6, Mandan 3
Bismarck Legacy 7, Jamestown 2
Bismarck St. Mary’s 5, Dickinson 4
Bismarck High 6, Jamestown 3
 
 
High School Boys Track & Field
Class A
 
Bismarck Twilight Meet
1. Bismarck Legacy, 200.5
2. Bismarck High, 175
3. Bismarck Century, 173.5
4. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 65
5. Shiloh Christian, 24
 
Class B
 
Parshall Invite
1. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 102
2. Stanley, 94
3. Bishop Ryan, 83
4. New Town, 70
5. Powers Lake, 69
6. Nedrose, 60
7. Bottineau, 40
8. Kenmare-Bowbells, 32
9. North Star, 30
T10. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 27
T10. Garrison, 27
12. Trinity Christian (Williston), 23
13. Trenton, 21
14. Williams County, 9
15. Divide County, 8
16. White Shield, 6
17. Parshall, 4
 
CNDC Conference Meet – Fessenden
1. Rugby, 190
2. Harvey-Wells County, 131
3. Surrey, 103
4. Benson County, 83
T5. Velva/Drake-Anamoose, 56
T5. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 56
7. Northern Lights, 55
8. Glenburn, 20
9. Rolette, 5
 
 
High School Girls Track & Field
Class A
 
Bismarck Twilight Meet
1. Bismarck Century, 220.5
2. Bismarck High, 189
3. Bismarck Legacy, 147.5
4. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 66
5. Shiloh Christian, 41
 
Class B
 
Parshall Invite
1. Minot, 132
2. Stanley, 92
3. Bishop Ryan, 88
4. North Star, 67
5. Bottineau, 65
6. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 55
7. Nedrose, 41
8. Kenmare-Bowbells, 38
9. New Town, 26
10. Trenton, 25
T11. Williams County, 16
T11. Powers Lake, 16
T11. Garrison, 16
14. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 15
15. Parshall, 8
16. Divide County, 6
17. Trinity Christian (Williston), 2
 
CNDC Conference Meet – Fessenden
1. Rugby, 262
T2. Velva/Drake-Anamoose, 83
T2. Benson County, 83
4. Harvey-Wells County, 79
5. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 65
6. Rolette, 43
7. Surrey, 36
8. Northern Lights, 22
9. Glenburn, 8
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MSU BASEBALL
 
BRANDON, S.D. (MSU) – The Minot State baseball team heads into the eight-team NSIC Tournament today as the No. 4 seed and plays No. 5 seed Winona State at 12:30 p.m. at the First National Bank Field at Aspen Park in Brandon, South Dakota. The meeting is the fourth this season between the two teams with the Warriors (16-21 overall) rallying to steal a 4-3 win in the teams’ first contest before Minot State rolled to 7-1 and 14-1 victories over Winona State at the end of March in Minnesota. Minot State hit .337 and averaged 8 runs a game against the Warriors. The Beavers will look to junior left-hander Ricky Apodaca to enjoy the same success on the mound as he had in his previous start against the Warriors when he threw eight innings of two-hit ball, striking out 12 in the 7-1 win.
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TWINS-ASTROS
 
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Houston Astros ace Justin Verlander lost a no-hit bid with one out in the eighth inning Tuesday night when the Minnesota Twins’ Gio Urshela lined a clean single to right field. Verlander was five outs away from completing his fourth no-hitter when Urshela poked his 84th pitch into the outfield. Houston beat the Minnesota Twins 5-0 Tuesday night for its eighth straight win. Verlander was vying to tie Sandy Koufax for second on the career no-hitter list. Nolan Ryan holds the record with seven.
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WILD-BLUES
 
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Vladimir Tarasenko broke out for the St. Louis Blues with a well-timed natural hat trick, putting the Minnesota Wild in real trouble. Tarasenko had three goals in the third period to pry open a tied game and series, and the Blues pushed the Wild to the edge of elimination with a 5-2 victory in Game 5 on Tuesday night. Ryan O’Reilly scored for the fourth time in the series and Brandon Saad got the tying goal late in the second period as the Blues upstaged a stellar performance by Wild star Kirill Kaprizov. Kaprizov scored twice on Minnesota’s previously sluggish power play in the first period and now has an NHL-leading seven goals in the playoffs, already a Wild record for a series. Game 6 is Thursday in St. Louis.
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LYNX-FEVER
 
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Kelsey Mitchell scored 26 points, Crystal Dangerfield had 10 points and six assists against her former team and the Indiana Fever beat the Minnesota Lynx 82-76 on Tuesday night to snap a six-game losing streak in the series. Dangerfield, who was waived by Minnesota a week ago, made a jumper from the free-throw line to extend Indiana’s lead to 76-72 with 2:26 left and added two free throws at 18.9 to seal it. Dangerfield, the 2020 rookie of the year, was 3 of 7 from the field with no turnovers in 21 minutes. Rookie NaLyssa Smith added nine points and Destanni Henderson had eight points and five assists for Indiana (1-2). Mitchell made four of Indiana’s nine 3-pointers and Victoria Vivians added three. Indiana fell behind 21-12 in the first quarter, but responded with a 36-18 second quarter. The 36 points rank third in Indiana history for scoring in a quarter. Sylvia Fowles had 26 points and 14 rebounds to lead Minnesota (0-3). Rachel Banham added 14 points and Jessica Shepard had 10 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists.
 

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