K-Heart Sports – 05/31/23

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MINOT, ND – Region tournaments for boys golf were held on Tuesday.
High School Boys Golf
Class A
West Region Tournament – Dickinson
1. Bismarck Century, 300
2. Minot High, 314
3. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 315
4. Jamestown, 319
5. Bismarck Legacy, 323
6. Bismarck High, 335
7. Mandan, 339
8. Dickinson, 346
9. Williston, 351
10. Minot North, 378
11. Watford City, 385
Medalist: Lucas Schoepp of Bismarck Century, 73 (wins playoff)
Class B
Region 4 Tournament – Roughrider Golf Course at Minot Air Base
1. Bottineau, 316
2. Our Redeemer’s, 339
T3. Rugby, 340
T3. Northern Lights, 340
5. Westhope-Newburg, 351
6. Bishop Ryan, 353
7. Harvey-Wells County, 357
8. Glenburn, 365
9. South Prairie, 376
10. Garrison, 393
11. Dunseith, 415
Medalist: Max Palmer of Bottineau, 69
Region 6 Tournament – Kenmare Country Club
1. Des Lacs-Burlington, 343
2. Stanley, 368
3. New Town, 375
4. Kenmare, 388
5. Mohall-Lansford-Sherwood, 452
6. Divide County, 460
7. Tioga, 510
Medalist: Tyler Gjellstad of Stanley, 79
MINOT, ND – Two games into the season and the Minot Hot Tots are still looking for their first win. After a 5-3 loss to St. Cloud on Monday, the Rox scored a 11-0 shutout of Minot last night at Corbett Field. St. Cloud scored five runs in the third inning, added three more in the fifth, and tacked on three in the seventh. The Rox pounded out 12 hits on the night while the Hot Tots managed just one. Minot will try to pick up their first win on the road as they play at Mankato and Duluth over the next four days.
HOUSTON (AP) — Alex Bregman and Chas McCormick each homered in the second inning and had two RBIs and the Houston Astros built a big lead early and beat the Minnesota Twins 5-1 on Tuesday night. Bregman and McCormick connected off Joe Ryan (7-2) to put Houston up 3-0 — and snap Ryan’s career-best streak of six starts without allowing a homer. The Astros tacked on two runs in the third inning and that was plenty to give them their fourth win in five games. Brandon Bielak (2-2) allowed three hits and one run with six strikeouts in 5 2/3 innings, helping the Astros bounce back after losing the series opener 7-5 in 10 innings. Minnesota rookie Royce Lewis doubled a night after homering with four RBIs in his season debut after tearing the ACL in his right knee last May. It was the only extra-base hit for the Twins, who went 1 for 8 with runners in scoring position.
Houston RHP Hunter Brown (5-1, 3.12 ERA) opposes RHP Louie Varland (2-1, 4.24) when the series wraps up tonight.
EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings will have two different teams come to training camp this year, hosting joint practices with both the Tennessee Titans and the Arizona Cardinals prior to their preseason games. Vikings coach Kevin O’Connell announced the news on Tuesday. There will be two days of practice sessions with each team at TCO Performance Center in Eagan, Minnesota, where the Vikings have been since the facility opened in 2018. Minnesota plays Tennessee on Aug. 19 and Arizona on Aug. 26 at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. That means the Vikings and Titans will likely practice together on Aug. 16 and 17, with the Vikings and Cardinals practicing together on Aug. 23 and 24. “To be able to have that is a critical part of our training camp formula, to try to be at our best when the season rolls around,” O’Connell said. “We have such amazing facilities here.” The Vikings practiced with San Francisco before a preseason game last year. O’Connell raved about the impact of those sessions on the development of the club during his first season on the job. The Titans hosted both Tampa Bay and Arizona for joint training camp practices last year.

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