K-Heart Sports – 05/22/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 05/22/22 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – Saturday scoreboard.
 
High School Baseball
Class A (end of regular season)
 
Dickinson 13, Minot 0 (Dickinson #1-seed)
Dickinson 17, Minot 5 (Minot #6-seed)
 
 
High School Boys Track & Field
Class A
 
West Region Meet – Dickinson
1. Bismarck Century , 177.5
2. Bismarck High, 173.5
3. Williston, 87
4. Mandan, 62
5. Minot, 58.5
6. Bismarck Legacy, 53
7. Dickinson, 51
8. Jamestown, 37
9. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 23.5
10. Watford City, 18
11. Turtle Mountain, 0
 
Class B
 
Northwest Region Meet – Minot
1. Surrey, 123
2. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 95
3. Bishop Ryan, 75
4. New Town, 68
5. South Prairie – Max, 64
6. Stanley, 57
7. Powers Lake, 52
8. Nedrose, 34
8. Garrison, 34
10. Kenmare-Bowbells, 33
11. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 24
12. Trinity Christian, 22
13. Trenton, 19
14. Williams County, 7
15. Parshall, 6
16. Divide County, 3
17. White Shield, 1
 
North Central Region Meet – Rugby
1. Rugby, 213
2. Harvey-Wells County, 171
3. Northern Lights, 65
4. Bottineau, 61
5. Velva/Drake-Anamoose, 58
6. Benson County, 56
7. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 45
8. North Star, 29
9. Glenburn, 21
10. Rolette, 14
11. Dunseith, 1
 
 
High School Girls Track & Field
Class A
 
West Region Meet – Dickinson
1. Bismarck Century, 147.33
2. Bismarck High, 127
3. Jamestown, 104.33
4. Minot, 88
5. Mandan, 68.5
6. Dickinson, 65
7. Williston, 43
8. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 37
9. Bismarck Legacy, 36.33
10. Watford City, 21
11. Turtle Mountain, 0
 
Class B
 
Northwest Region Meet – Minot
1. Bishop Ryan, 146
2. Stanley, 120
3. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 92
4. Kenmare-Bowbells, 73.5
5. Nedrose, 48.5
6. South Prairie – Max, 42
7. Williams County, 40
8. Surrey, 39
9. New Town, 30
10. Garrison, 22
11. Powers Lake, 20
12. Trenton, 16
13. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 14
14. Divide County, 12
15. Parshall, 8
16. Trinity Christian, 5
 
North Central Region Meet – Rugby
1. Rugby, 231
2. Bottineau, 112
3. Benson County, 89
4. Velva/Drake-Anamoose, 76
5. Harvey-Wells County, 71
6. North Star, 60
7. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 46
8. Rolette, 22
9. Northern Lights, 17
10. Glenburn, 10
11. Westhope-Newburg, 1
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TWINS-ROYALS
 
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Joe Ryan struck out six and the Minnesota Twins capped the game with a four-run ninth inning for a 9-2 win over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday night. Ryan (5-2) allowed one run on five hits in 5 2/3 innings with six strikeouts. Minnesota had a pair of two-run innings and was ahead going into the ninth, when the offense erupted — including two-run double by Carlos Correa. The top six batters in the Twins lineup all collected RBIs in the win, and Minnesota’s Luis Arráez had two RBIs and scored on a wild pitch. Brad Keller (1-4) tossed seven innings for the Royals, giving up four runs on five hits with four strikeouts and three walks. He also notched his 400th career strikeout in the sixth inning.
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LYNX-WINGS
 
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Marina Mabrey scored 22 points, Arike Ogunbowale added 20 and the Dallas Wings pulled away in the second half to beat the Minnesota Lynx 94-78 on Saturday night. Dallas (4-2) trailed 45-43 at halftime, but Kayla Thornton made a 3-pointer with 8:22 left in the third quarter to put the Wings up 51-49 and they never trailed again. The Wings outscored the Lynx 36-19 in the third period. Thornton finished with 12 points to help Dallas grab its first home win after an 0-2 start. Satou Sabally had 11 points and five rebounds off the bench before fouling out. Jessica Shepard, Sylvia Fowles and Kayla McBride all had 14 points to pace Minnesota (1-6). Moriah Jefferson and Aerial Powers scored 12 apiece as all five starters reached double figures. The Lynx bench was outscored 27-12 by the Dallas reserves.
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NBA PLAYOFFS – CELTICS-HEAT
 
BOSTON (AP) — Still angry over a blowout loss in Miami that cost them home-court advantage in the Eastern Conference finals, the Heat jumped to a 26-point first-half lead over the Boston Celtics in Game 3. Then Bam Adebayo made sure it was enough – just barely – to give Miami a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. The Heat center scored 31 points with 10 rebounds, filling a void left by injured All-Star Jimmy Butler and leading Miami to a 109-103 victory Saturday night. Adebayo also had six assists and four of the Heat’s franchise postseason record 19 steals. The Celtics never led, but they cut a 46-20 deficit to one point, 93-92, with 2:40 to play on a 3-pointer from Jaylen Brown, who finished with 40 points. Max Strus answered with a 3 and then Adebayo bounced off defender Al Horford and made a basket at the shot clock buzzer to give Miami a six-point cushion. The Celtics never came any closer. Game 4 is Monday night in Boston.
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NHL PLAYOFFS – AVS-BLUES
 
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Despite regaining the edge in their second-round series, the Colorado Avalanche aren’t satisfied. Artturi Lehkonen scored twice, Darcy Kuemper stopped 29 shots and the Avalanche beat the St. Louis Blues 5-2 in Game 3 on Saturday night to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Logan O’Connor, Nazem Kadri and Gabriel Landeskog also scored as the Avalanche bounced back from a 4-1 loss at home two nights earlier, and improved to 3-0 on the road in the postseason. Game 4 is Monday night in St. Louis.
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PGA CHAMPIONSHIP-WWODS
 
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Tiger Woods produced a couple of firsts Saturday, neither cause for a fist pump. He posted his highest score ever in the PGA Championship, and later withdrew from a major for the first time in his pro career. Hours after Woods limped his way to a 9-over 79 in the third round at Southern Hills, he informed the PGA of America of his withdrawal. Anyone who watched the staggered steps from a right leg that was battered 15 months ago in a car crash should not have been surprised. Woods declined media interviews after his round, speaking only to a pool reporter. He was asked if days like this — high pain, high score — made him question the process it takes to play and if he would tee it up on Sunday. “Well, I’m sore. I know that is for a fact,” he said. “We’ll do some work and see how it goes.” The PGA of America announced his withdrawal after the third round ended. Woods was 21 shots behind Mito Pereira of Chile, who takes a three-shot lead into the final round.
 
 

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