K-Heart Sports – 06/09/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 06/09/22 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – The State Class A Boy’s Golf Tournament concluded on Wednesday at Rose Creek Golf Course in Fargo. West Fargo Sheyenne repeats as champion.
 
High School Boys Golf
Class A
 
State Tournament – Rose Creek Golf Course in Fargo
1. West Fargo Sheyenne, 294-299-593
2. Fargo Davies, 294-305-599
3. Grand Forks Red River, 302-313-616
4. Fargo North, 304-318-622
5. Bismarck Century, 307-326-633
6. Minot, 313-327-640
7. Fargo Shanley, 325-322-647
8. Grand Forks Central, 314-334-648
9. Dickinson, 327-336-663
10. Bismarck Legacy, 355-346-701
11. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 355-352-707
12. Williston, 393-382-775
 
All-State Finishers
1. Nate Peyerl – West Fargo Sheyenne, 142 (Medalist)
2. Landon Olson – Fargo North, 145
3. Gabe Benson – Fargo Davies, 146
4. Andrew Wilhelm – West Fargo Sheyenne, 148
T5. Jake Skarperud – Fargo Shanley, 149
T5. Jayce Johnson – Fargo Davies, 149
T7. Trent Weimken – Fargo Daveis, 150
T7. Skyler Syverson – Grand Forks Red River, 150
T9. Evan Booth – Fargo South, 152
T9. Ben Likness – West Fargo Sheyenne, 152
 
Minot golfers
T19. Brock Jones, 155
T22. Kasen Rostad, 156
37. Henry Langhans, 165
T57. Ben Svangstu, 175
T59. Tyler Bast, 176
T64. Peyton Bartsch, 181
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SABRE DOGS
 
MINOT, ND – The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs improved to 10-1 on the season with a 7-0 home win over the Pierre Trappers on Wednesday. It’s the sixth win in a row for the Dogs since their only loss came on June 1st in Grand Forks. Souris Valley has outscored their opponents 116-20, including four shutouts. The Dogs will travel to Pierre today to finish the three-game home and home series.
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NDAPSSA HALL OF FAME
 
HETTINGER, N.D. (NDAPSSA) – Kevin Schnepf and Bruce Dougherty are the newest inductees of the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. They were elected earlier this week at the annual NDAPSSA meeting in Hettinger.
 
Schnepf, a longtime sportswriter and sports editor at The Forum from 1986 to 2020, began his career at The Daily News in Wahpeton in January 1979. During his time at The Forum in Fargo, Schnepf was also the news editor, outdoors editor, and assistant managing editor. He retired from the newspaper at the end of 2020. Schnepf received the North Dakota High School Coaches Association Award of Merit in 2012.
 
Dougherty, a native of Wyoming, got his start in 1978 at KNDC in Hettinger. He spent 24 years at KQLX in Lisbon, beginning in 1985. Dougherty spent 29 years in North Dakota in a 34-year radio career. He is a past president of the NDAPSSA and 1986 recipient of the North Dakota High School Coaches Association Award of Merit.
 
Their selections increase the number of NDAPSSA hall of fame members to 32 since its founding in 1987.
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TWINS-YANKEES
 
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Byron Buxton and Ryan Jeffers homered in the fifth inning, sending Nestor Cortes to an early exit as the Minnesota Twins cruised to an 8-1 victory Wednesday night that stopped the New York Yankees’ winning streak at seven. Cortes (5-2) allowed season highs in hits (seven) and runs (four) over 4 2/3 innings, his shortest appearance of the year knocking him out of the Major League ERA lead. It was the first time in 20 starts that he gave up more than three runs, falling one short of the longest such streak in team history. Chris Archer (1-2) picked up his first victory for the Twins in his team-leading 11th start, completing five innings with only two hits allowed. Minnesota rookie Jose Miranda had a career-high three hits and matched his previous best with three RBIs, contributing one of the five singles in the fourth inning the Twins used to get Cortes off track. Miranda is 8 for 16 with seven RBIs in his last four starts.
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NBA FINALS
 
BOSTON (AP) — Throughout the postseason, the Boston Celtics had played their best basketball away from home. Not anymore. Jaylen Brown scored 27 points, Jayson Tatum added 26 and the Celtics rode the energy of a raucous TD Garden crowd to beat back another third-quarter onslaught by Golden State in a 116-100 victory Wednesday night that gave them a 2-1 lead in the NBA Finals. Marcus Smart added 24 points and helped fuel a defensive effort that held the Warriors to 11 points in the fourth quarter — third-fewest in a finals game in the shot clock era. Boston improved to 6-4 at home, compared to 8-3 on the road this postseason. The Celtics haven’t lost two straight games since the end of March. Stephen Curry led Golden State with 31 points and six 3-pointers. Klay Thompson broke out of a finals slump and finished with 25 points and five 3s. Game 4 is Friday in Boston.
 
 

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