K-Heart Sports – 08/17/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 08/17/22 – 0700


MINOT, ND – Boys soccer teams began conference play on Tuesday. Defending champion Minot High hosted Bismarck Century. The Magicians led 1-0 at halftime, but a strong push by the Patriots sent them home with the victory. Minot drops to 2-1 overall, 0-1 in the WDA.

High School Boys Soccer
                                    Bismarck Century 2, Minot 1
                                    Mandan 7, Dickinson 1
                                    Bismarck High 4, Williston 0
                                    Jamestown 1, Bismarck Legacy 0


JAMESTOWN, ND – In Class A girl’s golf, the East-West Classic finished up in Jamestown. The tournament was shortened to just one round due to inclement weather on Monday. Defending Class A champion Fargo Davies won the title.

High School Girls Golf
            Class A

East-West Classic – Jamestown Country Club
         1. Fargo Davies, 322
         2. Bismarck Century, 332
  1. Grand Forks Red River, 347
  2. Mandan, 348
  3. Bismarck Legacy, 351
  4. Minot High, 354
  5. Wahpeton, 356
  6. Fargo Shanley, 371
  7. West Fargo, 373
  8. Fargo North, 383
  9. Fargo South, 383
  10. West Fargo Sheyenne, 383
  11. St. Mary’s, 386
  12. Dickinson, 392
  13. Williston, 400
  14. Jamestown, 422
  15. Grand Forks Central, 469

Medalist: Lexi Bartley of Fargo Davies, 74



MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Sonny Gray matched his season high with 10 strikeouts and Gio Urshela had four hits as the Minnesota Twins beat the Kansas City Royals 9-0 on Tuesday night. Gilberto Celestino homered and Luis Arraez picked up three more hits to raise his MLB-best batting average to .336. The Twins moved within a game of AL Central-leading Cleveland.

Gray (7-3) struck out the side in the second inning, all on called third strikes. He got Nicky Lopez and MJ Melendez swinging in the sixth to equal the 10 strikeouts he had against Detroit back on May 24. Gray exited to a standing ovation when manager Rocco Baldelli pulled him in the seventh after hits by Salvador Perez and Vinnie Pasquantino. Gray had allowed just one hit through six innings. Including Tuesday’s scoreless outing, Gray has surrendered just five total runs over his last five starts.

Zack Greinke (4-8) gave up three runs, only one them earned, in six innings. Minnesota scored its first two runs in the second after an error by third baseman Bobby Witt Jr. Tuesday was the third time this season the 38-year-old Greinke had faced the Twins. The nine hits were the most Minnesota had against him this year.


LHP Daniel Lynch (4-7, 4.52 ERA) takes the mound for the Royals in the series finale at Noon today, facing the Twins for the third time this season. Minnesota counters with RHP Tyler Mahle (6-7, 4.26), who will make his third start in a Twins uniform since being acquired from Cincinnati in a trade earlier this month.



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