K-Heart Sports – 05/24/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 05/23/22 – 1600
 
MINOT, ND – Class B baseball and softball region tournaments began Monday.
 
High School Baseball
Class B
 
Region 6 Tournament – Corbett Field in Minot
 
First Round
#1 Velva/Drake-Anamoose 23, #4 Garrison 3
#2 Surrey 6, #3 Bishop Ryan 3
Loser Out
#3 Bishop Ryan 12, #4 Garrison 11
Semifinal
#2 Surrey 6, #1 Velva/Drake-Anamoose 5
 
Today’s schedule
 
Semifinal
#1 Velva/Drake-Anamoose vs #3 Bishop Ryan, 5 pm
Championship
#2 Surrey vs VDA/BR winner, 7 pm
(if needed, second championship Thursday at 5 pm)
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Region 7 Tournament – Makoti
 
First Round
#4 Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central 15, #5 Stanley 5
Second Round
#2 Renville County 9, #3 Lewis & Clark 0
#1 Des Lacs-Burlington 12, #4 Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke 2
Loser Out
#5 Stanley 11, #3 Lewis & Clark 9
 
Today’s schedule
 
Semifinal
#1 Des Lacs-Burlington vs #2 Renville County, 11 am
Loser Out
#4 Kenmare-Bowbells-Burke Central vs #5 Stanley, 30 min after
DLB/RC loser vs K-B-BC/Stanley winner, 30 min after
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Region 5 Tournament – Cando
 
Second Round
#2 Rugby 7, #3 Bottineau 5
#1 North Star 10, #5 Harvey-Wells County 0
 
Today’s schedule – Rugby
 
Loser Out
#3 Bottineau vs #4 Northern Lights, 11 am
#5 Harvey-Wells County vs #6 Dunseith, 1 pm
Semifinal
#1 North Star vs #2 Rugby, 3 pm
Loser Out
Bottineau/NL winner vs H-WC/Dunseith winner, 5 pm
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High School Girls Softball
Class B
 
Region 3 Tournament – South Hill Complex in Minot
 
First Round
#1 Renville County 21, #8 Divide County 9
#4 Rugby 15, #5 Ray 14
#2 Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark 32, #10 Tioga 7
#3 Bottineau 14, #6 Glenburn 4
Loser Out
#5 Ray 25, #8 Divide County 4
#10 Tioga 39, #6 Glenburn 30
 
Today’s schedule
 
Second Round
#1 Renville County vs #4 Rugby, 4 pm (KC Field)
#2 Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark vs #3 Bottineau, 4 pm (Eagles Field)
Loser Out
#5 Ray vs DLB/Bottineau loser, 6 pm (KC Field)
#10 Tioga vs RC/Rugby loser, 6 pm (Eagles Field)
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Region 4 Tournament – Wolf Softball Complex in Beulah
 
First Round
#1 Velva/Drake-Anamoose 28, #8 Hazen 1
#5 Washburn-Center-Stanton 18, #4 Heart River 7
#2 Beulah 18, #7 Wilton-Wing 0
#6 Central McLean 16, #3 Harvey-Wells County 4
 
Today’s schedule
 
Second Round
#1 Velva/Drake-Anamoose vs #5 Washburn-Center-Stanton, 1 pm (Diamond 1)
#2 Beulah vs #6 Central McLean, 1 pm (Diamond 2)
Loser Out
#4 Heart River vs #8 Hazen, 3 pm (Diamond 1)
#3 Harvey-Wells County vs #7 Wilton-Wing, 3 pm (Diamond 2)
Beulah/CM loser vs HR/Hazen winner, 5 pm (Diamond 1)
VD-A/WCS loser vs H-WC/WW winner, 5 pm (Diamond 2)
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High School Baseball
Class A
 
WDA Tournament – Play In
(7) Williston 3, (10) Watford City 2
 
 
High School Girls Softball
Class A
 
WDA Tournament – Play In
(7) Bismarck Century 15, (10) Turtle Mountain 1
(8) Williston 23, (9) Watford City 3
 
 
High School Girls Tennis
Class A
 
WDA Tournament – Play In
(9) Jamestown 3, (8) Mandan 2
 
 
High School Boys Golf
Class A
 
Watford City Invite
1. Bismarck Century, 299
2. Minot, 313
3. Bismarck High, 339
4. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 343
5. Williston, 353
6. Bismarck Legacy, 356
7. Mandan, 359
8. Dickinson, 360
9. Watford City, 387
 
Medalist: Logan Schoepp of Bismarck Century, 72
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TWINS-TIGERS
 
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Max Kepler hit an early grand slam, and Gio Urshela’s infield single in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the Minnesota Twins a 5-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Monday night. Urshela hit a grounder toward Tigers shortstop Javier Báez, who couldn’t make a play. That allowed Kepler — who launched his slam in the first inning — to score the winning run. It was the second day in a row that Urshela drove in the deciding run. His single in the top of the ninth Sunday against Kansas City lifted the Twins to a 7-6 comeback win. Emilio Pagan (1-1) pitched two scoreless innings of relief to earn the win. Andrew Chafin (0-1) took the loss. Twins starter Chris Archer allowed just one run but lasted only four innings. The veteran right-hander has not pitched deeper than 4 1/3 innings in any of his eight starts this year.
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NBA PLAYOFFS – CELTICS-HEAT
 
BOSTON (AP) — Huge leads. Lengthy scoring droughts. Blowouts. The Eastern Conference finals between the Heat and Celtics are as close as can be — heading back to Miami all tied up at two wins apiece. But the individual games have been anything but. Boston scored 18 of the first 19 points on Monday night on the way to a 102-82 victory in Game 4 of the best-of-seven series. The Celtics led by as many as 32 in the third quarter — a big gap, even for a series that has been full of them. The series now shifts to Miami for Game 5 on Wednesday, with Boston guaranteed another game at home on Friday. The Heat would host the decisive seventh game on Sunday, if necessary.
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NHL PLAYOFFS – LIGHTNING-PANTHERS
 
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Andrei Vasilevskiy had 49 saves and the Tampa Bay Lightning completed a four-game sweep of the Florida Panthers with a 2-0 victory Monday night that sent the two-time defending Stanley Cup champions back to the Eastern Conference final for the sixth time in eight years. Pat Maroon snapped a scoreless tie, batting Zach Bogosian’s shot down behind Panthers goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky before the puck trickled into the net a little over six minutes into the third period. Ondrej Palat added an empty-net goal with 22 seconds left. Vasilevskiy won his sixth straight game, a streak that began with the Lightning facing a 3-2 series deficit in the opening round. It was his sixth shutout in his last seven series-clinching wins. The Panthers became the first Presidents’ Trophy winners to be swept by a defending Stanley Cup champion in the playoffs since Edmonton breezed past Calgary on its way to another title in 1988.
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NHL PLAYOFFS – AVS-BLUES
 
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Nazem Kadri scored three goals, including two during a four-goal second period barrage, and the Colorado Avalanche beat the St. Louis Blues 6-3 on Monday night to take a 3-1 lead in their Western Conference series. Erik Johnson and Devon Toews also scored and Mikko Rantanen added an empty netter for the Avalanche, while Darcy Kuemper made 17 saves. David Perron scored twice and Pavel Buchnevich had a goal and an assist for the Blues. Ville Husso, making his first start since Game 3 of the first round against Minnesota, made 31 saves. Game 5 is Wednesday in Colorado.
 
 

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