K-Heart Sports – 06/01/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 06/01/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – it was a cold, windy day for the first round of the State Class B Boys Golf Tournament at Oxbow Country Club on Monday. KIndred leads the team competition with a 321, Central Cass is 25 strokes back in 2nd, last years champ Fargo Oak Grove is currently 3rd, with Grafton and Beulah rounding out the top five. Other area schools have Gleburn 6th, Hazen is 7th, Our Redeemer’s is tied for 8th, Bottineau is tied for 12th, Stanley is 17th and Des Lacs-Burlington is 18th.
Individually, Champ Hettich of Beulah shot an even par 72 for the lead. Max Palmer of Bottineau is 2nd at 75 and Jordan Anderson of Glenburn is tied for 3rd at 76. Other area golfers in the top 20 include Luke Anderson of Glenburn tied for 6th (80), Zach Hendrickson of Our Redeemer’s is 17th (85), and Mason Wick of Hazen is tied for 18th (86).
Conditions for today’s final round look much improved with temps topping out in the lower 70’s and wind at 10-20 mph.
DETROIT (AP) — Jonathan Schoop homered and drove in four runs as the Detroit Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 4-0 Tuesday night to split a doubleheader. Tigers starter Joey Wentz, making his second major league appearance, allowed just one hit in four innings, but left with a shoulder strain while pitching to the first batter of the fifth inning. Reliever Wily Peralta (2-0) got the win with two scoreless innings of relief. Five Tigers pitchers combined on the three-hit shutout. Minnesota starter Cole Sands (0-1) allowed four runs on five hits and four walks in four innings.
Max Kepler had three hits and drove in three runs and Gary Sanchez hit a three-run homer to help the Twins to an 8-2 win in the first game. Devin Smeltzer (2-0) was the winner in the first game, giving up two runs and six hits in 6 2/3 innings. Rony Garcia (0-1) allowed six runs and seven hits in five innings. Minnesota took a 2-0 lead in the first on a two-run double by Trevor Larnach, and the Twins added four more runs in the third.
In the fourth game of a five-game series tonight, RHP Bailey Ober (1-1, 3.25) starts for the Twins against LHP Tarik Skubal (3-2, 2.44). Detroit has won two of the first three games.
DENVER (AP) — In a frenetic game that featured 14 goals, Colorado and Edmonton players came away with the same thought — defense can’t be so optional. J.T. Compher scored twice, Cale Makar had a goal and two assists and the Avalanche held off the Oilers 8-6 on Tuesday night in a fast-paced, no-lead-felt-safe Game 1 of the Western Conference final. The game is tied for 10th highest-scoring playoff game in NHL history, according to the league. Not only were there goals galore, but both teams needed to use backup goaltenders in a frenzied second period: Mike Smith was pulled after giving up six goals and Darcy Kuemper left with an upper-body injury (coach Jared Bednar didn’t have an update after the game). Edmonton and Colorado scored six times over a 6:43 span — nearly a goal a minute. And the opening two periods saw 11 total goals. At times, it looked more like an All-Star Game rather than a conference final. Game 2 is Thursday.

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