K-Heart Sports – 07/19/23

MINOT, ND – Hazen is headed to the State Class B Legion Baseball Tournament in Carrington next week.
American Legion Baseball
Class AA
Mandan Chiefs def. Williston Keybirds, 6-0
Mandan Chiefs def. Williston Keybirds, 5-2
Dickinson Roughriders def. Bismarck Governors, 11-10 (10)
Bismarck Governors def. Dickinson Roughriders, 11-8
Class B
District 1 Tournament – Hazen
#2 Washburn def. #5 Belfield, 6-4
#1 Hazen def. #2 Washburn, 3-1
District 2 Tournament – Burlington
Loser Out
#6 Ray def. #7 Tioga, 5-1
Second Round
#3 Renville County def. #2 Surrey, 9-4
Loser Out
#4 Kenmare def. #6 Ray, 18-8
#2 Surrey def. #5 Crosby, 17-0
Today’s schedule
Loser Out
#2 Surrey vs #4 Kenmare, 11 am
#1 Burlington vs #3 Renville County, 1:30 pm
Surrey/Kenmare winner vs Burlington/RC loser, 4 pm
District 3 Tournament – Rugby
Second Round
#1 Cando def. #4 Rugby, 6-3
#6 Rolla def. #2 Bottineau, 5-2
Loser Out
#4 Rugby def. #3 Velva, 5-0
#2 Bottineau def. #5 Devils Lake, 7-5
Today’s schedule
#1 Cando vs #6 Rolla, 12 pm
Loser Out
#2 Bottineau vs #4 Rugby, 2 pm
Cando/Rolla loser vs Bottineau/Rugby winner, 4 pm
MINOT, ND – St. Cloud scored 7 times in the 3rd inning and the Rox held on to defeat the Minot Hot Tots 11-4 last night at Corbett Field. Minot scored 3 in the 1st inning on a bases clearing double by Max Lucas and added one in the 3rd. The Rox used five pitchers on the night with Gavin Jacobsen getting the win. He pitched the 2nd and 3rd innings giving up one earned run on 2 hits with 2 walks and 2 strikeouts. Minot used four pitchers and starter Grant Faris took the loss as he pitched 2 innings and surrendered 5 earned runs on 2 hits with 4 walks and one strikeout. The Hot Tots and Rox meet again tonight at 6:35 pm at Corbett Field here in Minot.
SEATTLE (AP) — Alex Kirilloff was a double shy of the cycle, Bailey Ober was sharp after a difficult first inning, and the Minnesota Twins defeated the Seattle Mariners 10-3 on Tuesday night. Minnesota (49-47) stays 1 1/2 games ahead of the Cleveland Guardians in the AL Central standings, winning its last four of five. Seattle (47-47) has dropped three of five since the All-Star break. Ober (6-4) allowed three runs on six hits in the first inning alone, including a two-run homer, but was efficient for the final five innings, allowing just one more hit. Ober struck out five while walking none and now has six consecutive quality starts. Kirilloff recorded his third straight multihit game. He hit a two-run homer in the third to take a 4-3 lead, then tripled off the leaping glove of Jarred Kelenic in the fourth and later scored on Max Kepler’s double. He added a single in the eighth, leaving only a double to complete the cycle. Bryan Woo (1-2) had his shortest outing since his debut on June 3, lasting only 3 1/3 innings on 87 pitches. The rookie was on an impressive streak, allowing no more than two runs in his last six starts before Minnesota tacked on seven runs on eight hits.
Minnesota RHP Kenta Maeda (2-5, 5.50 ERA) faces Seattle RHP Luis Castillo (6-7, 2.96) tonight.

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