K-Heart Sports – 06/08/23

K-HEART SPORTS – 06/08/23 – 0700

MINOT, ND – The final high school tournaments of the year finished Wednesday.
High School Boys Golf
Class A State Tournament – Heart River Golf Course in Dickinson
Team Results (final)
1. West Fargo Sheyenne, 579 (3rd consecutive title)
2. Grand Forks Red River, 607
3. Bismarck Century, 610
T43. Jamestown, 640
T4. Fargo Davies, 640
6. Minot High, 641
7. Fargo North, 645
8. West Fargo, 651
9. Fargo South, 654
T10. Bismarck Legacy, 670
T10. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 670
12. Bismarck High, 673
Individual Results (final – Top 5)
1. Nate Peyerl (West Fargo Sheyenne), 139 (2nd consecutive title)
2. Zach Skarperud (Fargo Shanley), 144
T3. Andrew Wilhelm (West Fargo Sheyenne), 145
T3. Carson Skarperud (Grand Forks Red River), 145
5. Aiden Knodel (West Fargo Sheyenne), 146

12. Bennet Bartsch (Minot High), 155
Class B State Tournament – Bois de Sioux Golf Course in Wahpeton
Team Results (final – Top 5/area schools)
1. Central Cass, 623 (1st state title)
T2. Fargo Oak Grove, 656
T2. Bottineau, 656
4. Shiloh Christian, 670
5. Kindred, 671

9. Beulah, 715
T11. Rugby, 717
13. Our Redeemer’s, 739
15. Des Lacs-Burlington, 750
17. Stanley, 764
18. New Town, 839
Individual Results (final – Top 5/area golfers in Top 50)
1. Aidan Hall (Northern Cass), 148
2. Karsen Kulseth (Bowman County), 149
T3. Cole Holzer (Central Cass), 150
T3. Zachary St. Aubin (South Border), 150
5. Max Palmer (Bottineau), 153
T8. Colton Getzlaff (Bottineau), 156
T12. Champ Hettich (Beulah), 159
T20. Jordan Anderson (Glenburn), 164
T28. Alex Lorenz (Bottineay), 167
T37. Gage Olson (South Prairie), 172
T37. Jett Lundeen (Bishop Ryan), 172
T42. Julius Elick (Northern Lights), 173
T46. Eli Miller (Des Lacs-Burlington), 174
49. Josh Hetzel (Stanley), 175
MINOT, ND – The Minot Vistas and Minot Metros began their seasons yesterday. The Metros hosted Dickinson at Corbett Field while the Vistas were on the road in Grand Forks.
American Legion Baseball
Class AA
Minot Vistas def. Grand Forks Royals, 11-3
Minot Vistas def. Grand Forks Royals, 17-3
Mandan Chiefs def. Miles City MT, 11-4
Mandan Chiefs def. Miles City MT, 14-2
Class A
Dickinson Volunteers def. Minot Metros, 10-6
Minot Metros def. Dickinson Volunteers, 7-3

MINOT, ND – The North Dakota High School Coaches Association has named All-State teams for several spring sports and many local athletes were honored.
2023 Class B Softball All-State Team
Teegyn Anderson – Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark
Ellie Braaten, Ginger Savelkoul – Renville County
Taylor Christensen, Addie Dale-Geiger – Beulah
Emma Jones – Glenburn
Olivia Passa – Velva-Drake-Anamoose
Daisy Sparrow – Central McLean
Delani Tweed – Bottineau
Taylor Zimmerman – Wilton-Wing
Outstanding Senior Athlete – Taylor Christensen of Beulah
2023 Class B Baseball All-State Team
First Team
Brody Schneibel – Rugby
Coltan Francis, Noah Erickson – Surrey
Carson Yale, Paxton Ystaas – Des Lacs-Burlington
Carson Merck – Bishop Ryan
Second Team
Carson Haerer – Bottineau
Drew Zwak – Bishop Ryan
Hank Bodine – Velva-Drake-Anamoose
Kellan Henry – Renville County
Rylan Olson – Des Lacs-Burlington
Tyson Wick – Hazen
2023 Class A Softball All-State Team
Ellington Anderson, Cierra Erickson, Kinsey Fjeld – Minot High
Coach of the Year – Gerard Cederstrom of Minot High
2023 Class A Baseball All-State Team
Kellan Burke, Morgan Nygaard – Minot High
FARGO, ND – Kenmare-native Jacob Rodin ran in the 800-meter semifinals last night at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Austin, Texas. Rodin finished 17th and did not qualify for the finals on Friday. He receives All-American honor mention status. Rodin was the first NDSU Bison man to compete at the NCAA Division I Championships in an individual running event.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Randy Arozarena homered leading off ninth inning to give the major league-best Tampa Bay Rays a 2-1 victory over the AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins on Wednesday night. After Minnesota tied it in the top of the inning, Arozarena sent an 0-1 pitch from Jhoan Duran (1-2) to the opposite field into the stands in right-center field. Duran has given up just two earned runs over 18 2/3 innings in his last 17 games. The Rays improved to 28-6 at home. It’s the best home start since the 1998 New York Yankees also went 28-6. Minnesota’s Pablo López allowed one run and five hits in seven innings. The Twins have lost a season-high four in a row. Minnesota has scored five runs and picked up 26 hits in its last five games.
Minnesota RHP Bailey Ober (3-2) will start the series finale this afternoon. The Rays have not announced a starter.

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