K-Heart Sports – 08/21/22

K-HEART SPORTS – 08/21/22 – 0700
MINOT, ND – Saturday’s scores:
High School Football
Class 11B
Beulah def. Turtle Mountain (11A), 36-24
Class 9B
Four Winds def. Dunseith, 56-22
High School Boys Cross Country
Jamestown Originals Invite
1. Williston, 37
2. Fargo Davies, 72
3. West Fargo Sheyenne, 123
4. Dickinson 157
5. Grand Forks Central, 158
6. Mandan, 191
7. Jamestown, 202
8. Minot High, 206
9. Devils Lake, 214
10. Rugby, 232
11. Ellendale, 296
12. Beulah, 307
13. Shiloh Christian, 352
14. Watford City, 353
15. Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 356
Individual winner: Quinn Roehl of Grand Forks Central, 16:06
High School Girls Cross Country
Jamestown Originals Invite
1. Grand Forks Red River, 61
2. Minot High, 80
3. West Fargo, 117
4. Williston, 118
5. Fargo Davies, 125
6. Rugby, 158
7. West Fargo Sheyenne, 158
8. Fargo Shanley, 172
9. Grand Forks Central, 262
10. Fargo North, 265
11. Dickinson, 283
12. Central Cass, 286
13. Devils Lake, 323
Individual winner: Jaelyn Ogle of Watford City, 19:07
High School Boys Tennis
Minot Round Robin
1. Minot High, 29 points
2. Mandan, 22
3. Bismarck Legacy, 16
4. Bismarck Century, 15
5. Jamestown, 10
6. Bismarck High, 7
7. Williston, 6
College Mens Basketball
Minot State 64, University of Winnipeg 63
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Corey Seager hit a go-ahead single in the 10th inning and Mark Mathias added an RBI single in the frame, leading the Texas Rangers to a 4-3 win over the Minnesota Twins on Saturday night. Seager’s hit off Twins reliever Caleb Thielbar (2-2) drove in Marcus Semien, who was the automatic runner at second base. Mathias later drove in Seager with a single to center off Griffin Jax. Minnesota scored a run in the 10th after reliever Jonathan Hernández (1-0) couldn’t handle a slow roller off the bat of Max Kepler. But Jose Miranda flew out one batter later to end the game with runners on the corners. Texas improved to 8-25 in one-run games. Interim manager Tony Beasley is 3-3 since replacing Chris Woodward. Right-hander Glenn Otto put together a strong start for Texas, allowing one unearned run on three hits in 5 2/3 innings. Chris Archer also allowed one run on three hits for Minnesota in five innings. Otto did issue three walks, his third straight game walking three or more batters. But, he otherwise kept Minnesota’s hitters quiet.
RHP Kohei Arihara (0-1, 4.76 ERA) will make his second start of the year for the Rangers today. Minnesota counters with Joe Ryan (9-5, 3.92), who earned a win his last time out against Kansas City.
The Twins inducted former manager Ron Gardenhire into the team’s Hall of Fame before Saturday’s game. Gardenhire managed the Twins from 2002-14, leading Minnesota to six division titles with a career record of 1,068-1,039. Nearly two dozen of his former players were on hand for the induction ceremony. “This group of guys, some of them got me fired,” Gardenhire joked. “And I still love them to death.” The Twins will induct Dan Gladden and the late Cesar Tovar into the team’s Hall of Fame today.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A week of joint practices in Minnesota allowed the Vikings and San Francisco 49ers to evaluate their starters in a controlled environment. Their preseason game Saturday night was all about the backups. Nate Sudfeld led a 14-play, 79-yard drive for a go-ahead touchdown early in the fourth quarter and San Francisco beat the Vikings 17-7. Sudfeld started and went 13 of 17 for 102 yards in the competition with rookie Brock Purdy to back up starting quarterback Trey Lance. JaMychal Hasty caught the touchdown toss from Sudfeld and rookie Danny Gray hauled in a 2-point conversion after a busted coverage by Minnesota. Robbie Gould converted each of his three field-goal attempts for San Francisco.
In the second preseason game for both teams, it was largely a sloppy performance after nearly all the projected first-team players were held out. There were four combined turnovers, three by Minnesota, with three fumbles — with each team losing one. The 49ers averaged 4.6 yards per play and the Vikings were held to 3.9 yards per play in their first home game with Kevin O’Connell as head coach.
Second-year quarterback Kellen Mond started for Minnesota,but was intercepted on the first drive of the game. Mond finished 10 of 20 for 82 yards and was also picked off on his final throw of the night. Sean Mannion was 10 of 15 for 65 yards as he and Mond battle for the backup job to Kirk Cousins. Rookie Ty Chandler had 19 yards rushing, including a 3-yard TD on an eight-play, 60-yard drive engineered by Mannion.
Purdy finished 14 of 23 for 128 yards for San Francisco and had some strong moments, but he dropped an exchange with running back Tyrion Davis-Price with the 49ers at the goal line. Lance, a Minnesota native, didn’t play, nor did Jimmy Garoppolo.
The Vikings play at Denver on Aug. 27 in the preseason finale.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Franco Fragapane’s goal led Minnesota United to a 2-1 victory Saturday over Austin. Fragapane’s winner came in the 62nd minute to put United (12-9-5) ahead 2-1. United also got one goal from Emanuel Reynoso. Sebastian Driussi scored the only goal for Austin (14-6-6). United outshot Austin 15-13, with six shots on goal to two for Austin. Dayne St. Clair saved one of the two shots he faced for United. Brad Stuver saved four of the six shots he faced for Austin. United hosts the Houston Dynamo on Saturday, while Austin will host Los Angeles FC on Friday.

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