K-Heart Sports – 07/22/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 07/22/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – Renville County and Garrison won their respective district Legion Baseball Tournaments. Garrison will host the State Class B Legion Baseball Tournament beginning Wednesday.
American Legion Baseball
Class B
District 2 Tournament – Corbett Field in Minot
2nd Championship
#2 Renville County def. #1 Surrey, 7-1
District 3 Tournament – Bottineau
#5 Rugby def. #2 Velva, 12-1
#5 Rugby def. #1 Cando, 12-11
Today’s schedule
2nd Championship
#1 Cando vs #5 Rugby, 12 pm
District 1 Tournament – Hettinger
2nd Championship
#1 Garrison def. #2 Hazen, 3-1
American Legion Baseball
Class A
West Region Tournament – Bismarck
First Round
#2 Bismarck Senators def. #7 Jamestown Blues, 5-0
#3 Bismarck Reps def. #6 Minot Metros, 7-1
#1 Mandan A’s def. #9 Watford City Walleye, 4-3
#5 Williston Oilers def. #4 Bismarck Capitals, 5-3
Today’s schedule
Loser Out
#6 Minot Metros vs #7 Jamestown Blues, 11 am
#4 Bismarck Capitals vs #9 Watford City Walleye, 1:30 pm
#2 Bismarck Sentaors vs #3 Bismarck Reps, 4 pm
#1 Mandan A’s vs #5 Williston Oilers, 6:30 pm
American Legion Baseball
Class AA
Dickinson Roughriders 9, Minot Vistas 7
Minot Vistas 11, Dickinson Roughriders 2
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — The drama is over and the decision is in: Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals have made a long-term commitment to each other with a new contract that would keep the quarterback in the desert through the 2028 season. The two-time Pro Bowl selection was taken with the No. 1 overall pick out of Oklahoma after he won the Heisman Trophy and has largely delivered in his quest to make the Cardinals a better franchise. The team announced the new contract on Thursday. ESPN reported that the contract could be worth $230.5 million, with $160 million guaranteed. Murray’s agent, Erik Burkhardt, didn’t immediately return a message seeking comment.
Murray’s new contract puts him on par with other young star quarterbacks throughout the league like Buffalo’s Josh Allen, who signed a deal worth more than $250 million last season. Murray will make an average of more than $46 million per season, which is similar to other elite quarterbacks such as Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers, Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes and Allen.
Listed at just 5-foot-10, some around the NFL worried the 24-year-old Murray was too short to be a dominant pro quarterback, but his stats through three seasons prove otherwise. He’s completed nearly 67% of his passes through 46 career games for 11,480 yards and 70 touchdowns while rushing for 1,786 yards and 20 TDs. Murray is particularly good at extending plays with his feet, using his scrambling ability for spectacular gains. Arizona had a 5-10-1 record during his rookie season in 2019 but the Cardinals improved to 11-6 last season before losing to the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Wild Card round during the playoffs.

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