K-Heart Sports – 05/29/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 05/29/22 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – The Minot High baseball team will head to the state tournament as the #2-seed from the WDA. The Minot softball team saw their season come to an end on the final day of the WDA Tournament.
 
High School Baseball
Class A
 
WDA Tournament – Mandan
 
State Qualifier
#5 Jamestown 8, #2 Bismarck Legacy 0
#1 Dickinson 5, #3 Mandan 2
Championship
#4 Bismarck Century 12, #6 Minot 9
 
High School Girls Softball
Class A
 
WDA Tournament – Bismarck
 
State Qualifier
#5 Jamestown 3, #2 Minot 2
#4 Bismarck Legacy 14, #7 Bismarck Century 5
Championship
#1 Dickinson 4, #3 Bismarck High 2
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BISMARCK, ND – The State Track & Field Meet wrapped up on Saturday.
 
High School Boys Track & Field
Class A
 
State Meet – Bismarck
1. Bismarck Century, 118
2. Bismarck High, 85
3. West Fargo Sheyenne, 75.5
T4. Fargo Davies, 58
T4. West Fargo, 58
6. Grand Forks Central, 52
7. Williston, 46
8. Grand Forks Red River, 44
9. Bismarck Legacy, 41
10. Fargo South, 38
11. Dickinson, 25
12. Mandan, 23
13. Wahpeton, 19
14. Minot, 16
15. Jamestown, 12
T16. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 7
T16. Devils Lake, 7
18. Fargo Shanley, 6
19. Watford City, 4
20. Valley City, 3.5
21. Fargo North, 3
 
Class B
 
State Meet – Bismarck
1. Kindred, 124.5
2. Bowman County, 95
3. Harvey-Wells County, 66
4. Central Cass, 59
5. Hazen, 56
6. Hillsboro-Central Valley, 50
7. Dickinson Trinity, 32
8. Beulah, 30
9. Lisbon, 28
10. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 15
11. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 14
12. Nelson County, 12
13. Carrington, 11
T14. Ellendale, 10
T14. Southern McLean, 10
16. Thompson, 9
T17. May-Port CG, 8
T17. Grant County-Flasher, 8
19. Rugby, 7.5
T20. New Town, 7
T20. Standing Rock, 7
T20. Richland, 7
T20. Beach, 7
T24. Mott/Regent-New England, 6
T24. Northern Cass, 6
T24. Oakes, 6
27. Barnes County North, 5
T28. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 4.5
T28. Edgeley-Kulm, 4.5
T30. Northern Lights, 4
T30. Garrison, 4
T32. Fargo Oak Grove, 3
T32. Killdeer, 3
T32. Powers Lake, 3
T32. Richardton-Taylor, 3
T32. Linton-HMB, 3
T32. Bishop Ryan, 3
T38. Surrey, 2
T38. Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 2
T38. Nedrose, 2
T41. Drayton/Valley-Edinburg, 1
T41. Shiloh Christian, 1
T41. Griggs Midkota, 1
T41. Stanley, 1
 
 
High School Girls Track & Field
Class A
 
State Meet – Bismarck
1. Fargo Davies, 137
2. Bismarck Century, 105
3. Jamestown, 76
4. West Fargo, 71
5. Mandan, 52
T6. Bismarck High, 38
T6. Fargo North, 38
8. Dickinson, 34
9. Grand Forks Red River, 33
10. Minot, 28
11. Bismarck Legacy, 24
12. West Fargo Sheyenne, 23
13. Williston, 22
14. Fargo Shanley, 14
15. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 13
16. Watford City, 11
17. Wahpeton, 8
T18. Valley City, 5
T18. Devils Lake, 5
20. Fargo South, 4
 
Class B
 
State Meet – Bismarck
1. Central Cass, 82
2. Kindred, 47
3. Rugby, 41
4. New Rockford-Sheyenne, 40
5. Beulah, 38
T6. Carrington, 37
T6. Lisbon, 37
8. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 30
9. Fargo Oak Grove, 28
10. Sargent County, 25.5
11. Griggs Midkota, 21
12. Bottineau, 20
T13. Oakes, 17
T13. Edgeley-Kulm, 17
15. Kidder County, 15.5
T16. Hillsboro/Central Valley, 15
T16. Hatton-Northwood, 15
18. May-Port CG, 14
T19. Bowman County, 13
T19. Central McLean, 13
T19. Bishop Ryan, 13
T19. Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich, 13
23. Dickinson Trinity, 12
T24. Southern McLean, 11
T24. Garrison, 11
T24. Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, 11
27. Ellendale, 10
T28. Stanley, 9
T28. Hazen, 9
T30. Benson County, 8
T30. Shiloh Christian, 8
T30. Velva/Drake-Anamoose, 8
33. South Border, 6
T34. North Star, 5
T34. LaMoure-Litchville-Marion, 5
T36. Thompson, 4.5
T36. Northern Cass, 4.5
T38. Grafton, 4
T38. Drayton-Valley-Edinburg, 4
T38. Enderlin, 4
T41. Trenton, 3
T41. Mott-Regent/New England, 3
T41. South Prairie – Max, 3
T44. Grant County-Flasher, 2
T44. Surrey, 2
T46. Kenmare-Burke Central-Bowbells, 1
T46. Linton-HMB, 1
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MSU TRACK & FIELD
 
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (MSU) – Minot State’s Leif Nelson ended his first trip to nationals with honors on Saturday. The Beaver sophomore thrower from Devils Lake, N.D., turned in one of his best efforts of the spring with a throw of 207 feet, 11 inches to finish 12th in the javelin at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field National Championships hosted by Grand Valley State and earn USTFCCCA Second Team All-American honors. Nelson’s throw was his second-best of the season as he qualified for nationals with a new all-time Minot State record effort of 210 feet, 1 inch earlier this season. Along with earning All-American honors and setting a new school record in the javelin, Nelson also earned All-NSIC honors earlier this month finishing third in the javelin at the NSIC Championships. Freshman Jordan Davis from Southern Connecticut State won the national title in the javelin with a throw of 238-0.
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TWINS-ROYALS
 
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Rookie Bobby Witt Jr. delivered three more doubles for his second straight three-hit game and the Kansas City Royals beat the Minnesota Twins 7-3 Saturday. A double shy of hitting for the cycle Friday, Witt doubled in his first two at-bats, both times driving home Andrew Benintendi. Witt added another double in the seventh inning. Of Witt’s 41 hits, 22 have been for extra bases, including a team-best 13 doubles. Hunter Dozier added three hits as the Royals won for just the second time in nine games. Minnesota has lost three of four. Luis Arraez and Carlos Correa had three hits and Trevor Larnach homered for the Twins.
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MINNESOTA UNITED
 
SAINT PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Alexander Callens scored in the 29th minute and Sean Johnson made it stand up to lead New York City FC to a 1-0 victory over Minnesota United on Saturday. Santiago Rodríguez picked up an assist on Callens’ goal for NYCFC (8-3-2). Johnson turned away all five shots he faced to notch a clean sheet. NYCFC had a 14-12 advantage in shots. Dayne St. Clair had four saves for Minnesota United (5-6-3). NYCFC moved into the top spot in the Eastern Conference, one point in front of Philadelphia after the Union settled for a 1-1 tie with New England.
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NHL PLAYOFFS – HURRICANE-RANGERS
 
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Rangers got off to a strong start and didn’t need a comeback to win another elimination game. One more like this — but on the road — and they’ll be heading to the Eastern Conference finals. Igor Shesterkin stopped 37 shots and became the fifth goalie in NHL history to have two assists in a playoff game, and the Rangers beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-2 on Saturday night to force a deciding Game 7 in their second-round series. Tyler Motte and Mika Zibanejad scored in the first period, Filip Chytil had two goals in the second, and Artemi Panarin tallied in the third period to help New York win its fourth straight elimination game, including Games 5, 6, and 7 in the first round against Pittsburgh. They had to rally from a deficit in each of those games. The Rangers also set a franchise record with their sixth straight home win since a three-OT defeat to the Penguins in Game 1 of that series. Game 7 is back in Raleigh, North Carolina, on Monday night. The winner will open the Eastern Conference finals at home against Tampa Bay on Wednesday night.
 

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