K-Heart Sports – 06/27/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 06/27/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – The 1st Annual Justin Demary Memorial Baseball Tournament finishe Sunday with the Mandan Cheifs winning the championship over Brainerd Post 255 by a final of 6-2.
The Mandan A’s Tournament was won by East Grand Forks 12-2 over the Williston Oilers.
MINOT, ND – The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs completed a three-game sweep at North Iowa on Sunday with a 13-8 win. The Dogs extended their winning streak to 22 in a row and improve to 27-1 on the season. They return home to host Red River at Corbett Field tonight and Tuesday.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Byron Buxton had three hits, including an RBI triple for the second straight game, in the Twins’ 6-3 win over the Colorado Rockies that stretched their division lead ahead of a pivotal series against Cleveland. Max Kepler added two hits and two RBIs for the Twins, who have a two-game lead in the AL Central. They hit the road for five games in four days against the Guardians, who overtook the Twins for one day this week only to lose four straight — including a sweep at home by Boston. The Twins have led the division for 65 of 82 days this season. Joe Ryan (6-3) ground through 102 pitches over five innings for his first win in more than a month.
CHICAGO (AP) — Courtney Vandersloot scored 18 points, including a buzzer-beating 3-pointer, to help the Chicago Sky edge the
Minnesota Lynx 88-85 on Sunday. Chicago inbounded in the frontcourt with 7.6 seconds to go. Vandersloot attempted to drive the right side, was stopped and handed off to Emma Meesseman, got the ball back and hit the winning shot from about 25 feet. The Sky were missing head coach James Wade, who was out because of health and safety protocols. Meesseman scored 15 points, Candace Parker 13, Rebekah Gardner 12 and Allie Quigley and Julie Allemand 11 each for the Sky (13-5). Vandersloot added six assists and five rebounds. Jessica Shepard and Kayla McBride scored 15 points each for the Lynx (5-14). Sylvia Fowles had 12 points, Moriah Jefferson 11 and Natalie Achonwa 10.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Nathan MacKinnon could not find the words. Gabriel Landeskog cracked a smile and a joke. After years of playoff disappointments, the Colorado Avalanche are back atop hockey’s mountain after dethroning the two-time defending champions. Behind a goal and an assist from MacKinnon, the Avalanche won the Stanley Cup for the third time in franchise history and first in more than two decades by beating the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 in Game 6 of the final Sunday night. It’s the first title for the Avs’ core group led by MacKinnon, captain Gabriel Landeskog, Mikko Rantanen and Makar, and it follows several early postseason exits — in the second round each of the past three seasons and the first round in 2018. The 2016-17 team was the worst in hockey, finishing with just 48 points.

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