K-Heart Sports – 05/21/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 05/21/22 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – Friday scoreboard.
 
High School Baseball
Class A
Jamestown 6, Minot 5 (10)
Minot 6, Jamestown 4
 
 
High School Boys Golf
Class A
 
Jamestown Invite
1. Bismarck Century, 328
2. Minot, 332
3. Bismarck Legacy, 359
4. Jamestown, 360
5. Mandan, 363
6. Bismarck High, 364
7. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 366
8. Williston, 368
 
Medalist: Logan Schoepp of Bismarck Century, 77
 
 
High School Girls Soccer (end of regular season)
Minot 10, Williston 0 (Majettes 13-0, WDA regular season champs, winning streak at 29)
Bismarck High 3, Bismarck Legacy 0 (Bismarck finishes 2nd in WDA, Legacy 3rd)
Mandan 6, Bismarck Century 0
Jamestown 2, St. Mary’s 0
 
 
High School Girls Tennis
Minot 8, Dickinson 1 (Majettes 17-0, clinch WDA regular season title, first since 2018)
Bismarck St. Mary’s 6, Williston 3
Fargo Davies 5, Bismarck Legacy 0
Fargo Davies 4, Bismarck High 1
Bismarck Century 4, West Fargo 1
Bismarck Legacy 4 West Fargo 1
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FARGO, ND – The latest softball polls as voted on by the high school coaches.
 
Class A Softball Coaches Poll
1. Dickinson (previously) 1
2. Minot 3
3. West Fargo Sheyenne 5
4. West Fargo 2
5. Bismarck High 6
6. Jamestown 4
7. Bismarck Legacy 7
8. Mandan 8
9. Grand Forks Red River 9
10. Bismarck Century 10
 
Class B Softball Coaches Poll (Final)
1. Central Cass 1
2. Kindred-Richland 2
3. Beulah 3
4. Thompson 4
5. Velva/Drake-Anamoose 8
6. Renville County 5
7. May-Port-CG 6
8. Harvey-Wells County 7
9. Northern Cass NR
10. Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark 9
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MINOT, ND – The Region 7 Baseball Tournament was scheduled to begin today, but has been postponed to Monday. Many other Class B baseball and softball region tournaments begin Monday as well.
 
High School Baseball
Class B
 
Region 7 Tournament – Makoti (Mon. 5/23 schedule)
 
First Round
#4 Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central vs #5 Stanley, 10 am
Second Round
#2 Renville County vs #3 Lewis & Clark, 30 min after
#1 Des Lacs-Burlington vs K-B-BC/Stanley winner, 30 min after
Loser Out
K-B-BC/Stanley loser vs RC/L&C loser, 30 min after
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Region 6 Tournament – Corbett Field in Minot (Mon. 5/23 schedule)
 
First Round
#1 Velva/Drake-Anamoose vs #4 Garrison, 1 pm
#2 Surrey vs #3 Bishop Ryan, 3 pm
Loser Out
Velva/D-A/Garrison loser vs Surrey/Ryan loser, 5 pm
Semifinal
Velva/D-A/Garrison winner vs Surrey/Ryan winner, 7 pm
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Region 5 Tournament – Cando (Mon. 5/23 schedule)
 
Second Round
#2 Rugby vs #3 Bottineau, 11 am
#1 North Star vs #4 Northern Lights/#5 Harvey-Wells County winner, 1 pm
Loser Out
Northern Lights/Harvey loser vs Rugby/Bottineau loser, 3 pm
North Star/ NL/H-WC loser vs #6 Dunseith, 5 pm
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High School Girls Softball
Class B
 
Region 3 Tournament – South Hill Complex in Minot (Mon. 5/23 schedule)
 
First Round
#1 Renville County vs #8 Divide County, 2 pm (KC Field)
#4 Rugby vs #5 Ray, 2 pm (Eagles Field)
#2 Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark vs #10 Tioga, 4 pm (KC Field)
#3 Bottineau vs #6 Glenburn, 4 pm (Eagles Field)
Loser Out
RC/DC loser vs Rugby/Ray loser, 6 pm (KC Field)
DLB/L&C / Tioga loser vs Bottineau/Glenburn loser, 6 pm (Eagles Field)
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Region 4 Tournament – Wolf Softball Complex in Beulah (Mon. 5/23 schedule)
 
First Round
#1 Velva/Drake-Anamoose vs #8 Hazen/#9 Garrrison winner, 11 am
#4 Heart River vs #5 Washburn-Center-Stanton, 1 pm
#2 Beulah vs #7 Wilton-Wing/#10 South Prairie-Max winner, 3 pm
#3 Harvey-Wells County vs #6 Central McLean, 5 pm
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PGA-HOGE
 
TULSA, Oklahoma — Fargo PGA pro Tom Hoge seemed to find his groove early on Friday at the PGA Championship but that momentum faded quickly and he fell well back into the pack after the second round at Southern Hills Country Club. Hoge, who was 4-under and tied for second after Thursday’s opening round, struggled home in 4-over 74 on Friday and he is tied for 23rd at even-par 140 heading into the weekend. Will Zalatoris, who was tied with Hoge in second after Thursday’s first round, zipped to the top of the leaderboard with a 5-under 65 on Friday. He is at 9-under and leads Mito Pereia, who shot 64 on Friday, by one shot.
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TWINS-ROYALS
 
KANSAS CITY, Mo (AP) — Kyle Garlick and Jose Miranda each drove in two runs, leading Devin Smeltzer and the Minnesota Twins past the Kansas City Royals 6-4 on Friday night. Garlick put Minnesota on the scoreboard with an RBI single in a three-run first inning and added a sacrifice fly in the second. He was lifted for a pinch-hitter in the fourth. Miranda had two hits, including a two-run double with two outs in the eighth that made it 6-3. Smeltzer (1-0) allowed one run and five hits over 5 1/3 innings, throwing 74 pitches in his second major league start this season. He walked one and did not record a strikeout. Jhoan Duran worked 1 2/3 hitless innings to set up Emilio Pagán for his sixth save. Pagán gave up three hits in the ninth, including Emmanuel Rivera’s solo homer. Royals starter Daniel Lynch (2-3) gave up four runs on five hits with two walks and two strikeouts in 3 2/3 innings.
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NBA PLAYOFFS – WARRIORS-MAVERICKS
 
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Luka Doncic had been dominating for most of the night, yelling in celebration and flexing his arms in Stephen Curry’s house. Then Curry and the Golden State Warriors delivered one of those signature third-quarter flurries that have defined so many of their postseason runs — with this one sparked by Kevon Looney. Just like that, the Warriors are two wins from getting back to another NBA Finals. Curry scored 32 points with six 3-pointers and eight more rebounds, Looney had a career-high 21 points and 12 rebounds, and the Warriors rallied past the Dallas Mavericks 126-117 on Friday for a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals. Doncic scored 42 points and the Mavericks led most of the way before Golden State grabbed its first lead of the night on Otto Porter Jr.’s 3-pointer 18 seconds into the fourth. The series shifts to Dallas for Game 3 on Sunday.
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NHL PLAYOFFS – HURRICANES-RANGERS
 
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Brendan Smith had gone nine years since last finding the back of the net in the Stanley Cup playoffs. And Antti Raanta, well, he never had a postseason game like this. The Carolina Hurricanes keep finding different ways to win in the playoffs. It’s why they’re unbeaten at home, and up 2-0 again in a series. Smith scored a short-handed goal late in the second period while Raanta had 21 saves for his first postseason shutout to help the Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 2-0 on Friday night, claiming Game 2 of their second-round series. Now 6-0 at home in the playoffs, Carolina faces the challenge of winning on the road for the first time in the postseason after failing to win a road game against the Bruins. They’ll get their first chance to win at Madison Square Garden in Game 3 on Sunday.
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NHL PLAYOFFS – OILERS-FLAMES
 
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) — The Edmonton Oilers got off to another slow start. This time, they bounced back quickly. Zach Hyman scored the go-ahead short-handed goal midway through the third period and the Oilers rallied to beat the Calgary Flames 5-3 on Friday night, evening the second-round series at one game apiece. Edmonton captain Connor McDavid had a goal and an assist, becoming the fastest active player to reach 20 points (six goals, 14 assists in nine games) in a single postseason, and fastest among any player since Mario Lemieux in 1992. The best-of-seven Western Conference semifinal heads to Edmonton’s Rogers Place for Game 3 on Sunday.
 
 
 

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