K-Heart Sports – 06/25/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 06/25/22 – 0700
 
MINOT, ND – The 1st Annual Justin Demary Memorial Baseball Tournament began Friday at Corbett Field. Pool play continues today with tournament action scheduled for Sunday.
 
American Legion Baseball
Justin Demary Memorial Tournament – Corbett Field in Minot
 
Pool Play
Brainerd Post 255 def. Billings Expos, 8-5
Pierre Post 8 def. Glendive Blue Devils, 12-2
Mandan Chiefs def. Brainerd Post 255, 7-2
Minot Vistas vs Pierre Post 8, cancelled due to weather
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SABRE DOGS
 
MINOT, ND – The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs began a three-game road series at North Iowa on Friday and extended their winning streak to 20 in a row as they shutout the Ragin’ Roosters 11-0. The Dogs improve to 25-1 on the season and have outscored their opponents 263-41. Their only loss was June 1st at Red River.
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TWINS-ROCKIES
 
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Germán Márquez pitched 7 2/3 scoreless innings and the Colorado Rockies edged the Twins 1-0 Friday night in a rare trip to Minnesota. Charlie Blackmon’s run-scoring fielder’s choice was the difference for the Rockies, who snapped a three-game skid. Márquez (4-5) had a season high in innings and season low in runs in winning his third straight decision as Colorado bounced back from a three-game sweep in Miami. Dylan Bundy (4-4) allowed a run in six innings for the Twins, giving up four hits and two walks. Minnesota was shut out for the 10th time in 72 games this season, one night after shutting out Cleveland.
 
UP NEXT
RHP Chris Archer (1-3, 3.44 ERA) starts tonight’s matchup for Minnesota, with Colorado countering with RHP Antonio Senzatela (3-3, 4.42). Archer hasn’t allowed more than two runs in any of his last four starts, but he has only lasted four innings in each of his last two outings. Senzatela has allowed five total runs over his last three starts, spanning 18 innings.
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STANLEY CUP FINAL
 
DENVER (AP) — The Stanley Cup was in the building and just waiting to be paraded around the ice. Pack it up. It’s heading back to Florida. The resilient Tampa Bay Lightning spoiled Colorado’s party to stay in the hunt for a third straight Stanley Cup title, beating the Avalanche 3-2 on Friday night in Game 5. Ondrej Palat scored with 6:22 remaining and Andrei Vasilevskiy stopped 35 shots in front of a raucous crowd hoping to celebrate the Avalanche’s first championship in 21 years. Game 6 is Sunday night in Tampa. The Lightning trail the best-of-seven series 3-2.
 

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