K-Heart Sports – 06/13/23

K-HEART SPORTS – 06/13/23 – 0700

MINOT, ND – After getting their first home win in franchise history on Sunday, the Minot Hot Tots made it two-in-a-row last night with an 11-1 victory over the Eau Claire Express. The Hot Tots came out hot plating four runs in the first inning, three in the third, adding one in the fouth and one in the seventh, and two in the eighth. Minot’s 11 runs came on 12 hits with no errors, but 11 were left on base. The only Express run came in the eighth inning as they tallied six hits and committed an errors. Eau Claire let 9 runners on base. Rawley Hector gets the win for the Hot Tots pitching five innings and giving up three hits, with two stikeouts and two walks. Minot will go for the series win tonight as they finish their four-game series against Eau Claire at 6:35 pm tonight at Corbett Field.
MINOT, ND – The Minot Metros have a very busy week on the road. After playing in Mandan on Monday, they head back to Bismarck today to play the Senators. Thursday they play in Watford City, before heading to Grand Forks for a tournament on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
American Legion Baseball
Class A
Mandan A’s def Minot Metros, 13-6
Mandan A’s def. Minot Metros, 11-1
MINOT, ND – Monday was day one of the Optimist All-Star Volleyball series, which features seniors from this past season. This year instead of an East vs West format, coaches drafted players for a Blue vs Red team. Local players on the Blue team include Brenna Stroklund of Kenmare-Bowbells, Karli Klein of Garrison, and Taryn Seig of Drake-Anamoose. The Red team features Magee Rovig of Bishop Ryan and Brenna Vosberg of Center-Stanton. The second, and final, match of the series is tonight at 7 pm at Bismarck Legacy High School.
High School Girls Volleyball
Optimist All-Star Volleyball Series
Blue Team def. Red Team, (3-1) 25-23, 27-29, 25-17, 25-19
MINOT, ND – The Minot High girls tennis team had an excellent season winning their first team dual title since 2018 at the State Tournament. It completed an undefeated season for the Majettes. For their efforts, several players were honored by the North Dakota High School Coaches Association,
2023 Girls Tennis All-State Team
Sidney Ressler and Kyllie Fettig of Minot High
Outstanding Senior Athlete – Halle Mattson of Minot High
DENVER (AP) — Confetti flying in Denver. The Nuggets sharing hugs while passing around the NBA championship trophy. Those scenes that, for almost a half-century, seemed impossible, then more recently started feeling inevitable, finally turned into reality Monday night. The Nuggets outlasted the Miami Heat 94-89 in an ugly, frantic Game 5 that did nothing to derail Nikola Jokic, who bailed out his teammates with 28 points and 16 rebounds on a night when nothing else seemed to work. Jokic became the first player in history to lead the league in points (600), rebounds (269) and assists (190) in a single postseason. Not surprisingly, he won the Bill Russell trophy as the NBA Finals MVP — an award that certainly has more meaning to him than the two overall MVPs he won in 2021 and ’22 and the one that escaped him this year. For the first time in 47 seasons, nobody in the NBA shines brighter than the Nuggets.

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