K-Heart Sports – 08/30/23

MINOT, ND – Tuesday was a full day of high school sports.
High School Girls Golf
Class A
Bismarck Century Invite – Riverwood Golf Course in Bismarck
1. Mandan, 320
2. Bismarck Century, 348
3. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 351
4. Bismarck Legacy, 356
5. Jamestown, 367
6. Minot High, 374
7. Minot North, 388
8. Dickinson, 391
9. Williston, 424
10. Watford City, 454
Medalist: Anna Huettl of Mandan, 75

High School Boys Soccer
Minot High def. Williston, 8-0
Bismarck Legacy def. Dickinson, 5-2
Jamestown def. Bismarck Century, 2-0
Bismarck High def. Mandan, 3-1

High School Boys Tennis
Bismarck Legacy def. Minot High, 4-3
Mandan def. Bismarck Century, 4-3
Bismarck High def. Jamestown, 5-2

High School Girls Volleyball
Class A
Bismarck Legacy def. Minot High (3-0) 25-15, 25-16, 25-14
Watford City def. Williston (3-2) 15-25, 25-23, 18-25, 25-16, 15-11
Dickinson def. Mandan (3-2) 22-25, 15-25, 25-20, 25-16, 15-10
Bismarck High def. Bismarck St. Mary’s (3-1) 25-12, 25-22, 21-25, 25-20
Class B
Our Redeemer’s def. Nedrose (3-0) 25-16, 25-15, 25-13
Bishop Ryan def. Velva (3-0) 25-10, 29-27, 25-17
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Kenmare-Bowbells (3-0) 27-25, 25-17, 25-15
T-G-U def. Glenburn (3-0) 25-13, 25-20, 25-23
South Prairie-Max def. Bottineau (3-0) 25-19, 25-19, 25-22
Central McLean def. Surrey (3-1) 28-30, 25-16, 25-21, 25-18
Berthold def. Garrison (3-0) 25-11, 25-17, 25-13
Newburg-Westhope def. St. John (3-0) 25-12, 25-17, 25-22
North Star def. Rugby (3-0) 25-23, 25-19, 25-11
North Prairie def. Drake-Anamoose (3-1) 29-27, 25-13, 21-25, 25-12
New Town def. White Shield (3-1) 25-16, 22-25, 25-21, 25-18
Alexander def. Parshall (3-2) 25-23, 21-25, 21-25, 25-23, 15-9
Trinity Christian Williston def. Powers Lake-Burke Central (3-0) 25-16, 27-25, 25-23
Trenton def. Divide County (3-0) 25-10, 25-11, 25-6
FARIBAULT, Minn. (MSU) – The Minot State men’s golf teams chopped 14 shots from their first-round efforts, climbing into a third-place finish at the season-opening Maverick Invitational hosted by Minnesota State, Mankato. The Beaver women also shaved strokes and finished third, as well, as the event wrapped up Tuesday at the Faribault Golf Club.
Chase Gedak led the way for Minot State with the best round of the entire tournament, shooting a 5-under 67 on Tuesday to jump into the Top 10 and finish eighth at 1-over 145 (78-67). The 67 also ties for the second-best single round in Minot State’s NCAA Division II history. Joshua Tu and Zach Hendrickson each finished in the Top 20 for the Beaver men as Tu tied for 15th at 8-over 152 (74-78) and Hendrickson tied for 18th at 9-over 153 (76-77). That helped power the Beavers charge up the team leaderboard as they shot a 7-over 295 on Tuesday and finished third with a two-day total of 28-over 604 (309-295).
On the women’s side, Taylor Cormier made a big move Tuesday with an 8-over 80 and finished 13th at 23-over 167 (87-80), while teammate Holly Knudsen finished right in front of her in 12th at 22-over 166 (83-83). Lauryn Keller and Zoe Banack added Top-20 finishes as Keller tied for 14th at 25-over 169 (85-84) and Banack tied for 20th at 27-over 171 (84-87), helping the Minot State women finish third in the team race at 95-over 671 (337-334). Jaci Jones rounded out the team scores for Minot State as she tied for 22nd at 30-over 174 (85-89), and Abigail Goettle was 31st, playing as an individual, at 36-over 180 (89-91).
For the Minot State men, Max Karnik was 26th as he chopped 10 strokes off his Monday round and finished with a 12-over 156 (83-73), Aimery Barrault tied for 33rd at 17-over 161 (81-80), and Casey Fjeld, playing as an individual, was 30th at 14-over 158 (76-82). The host Mavericks won the men’s team title with a 7-under 569 (291-278), while Hastings College’s Gabriel Escalera was the individual men’s champion with a 7-under 137 (68-69). The MSU, Mankato women also claimed the team title with a 56-over 632 (314-318), and the Mavericks’ Sammy Youngquist won the individual title with a 9-over 153 (73-80).
Now with a tournament under their belt, the Beavers get nearly two weeks off before returning to action playing at the Bemidji State Men’s Fall Invitational and the Tracy Lane Invitational, for the women, both at the Bemidji Town & Country Club on Sept. 11-12.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Cleveland Guardians overcame an early exit from starting pitcher Gavin Williams caused by knee soreness, taking a three-run lead by the fourth inning and beating the AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins 4-2 on Tuesday night. Minnesota, which leads second-place Cleveland by six games, went 0 for 9 with runners in scoring position and stranded three runners on third base. The Twins’ Royce Lewis hit a solo homer in the fourth following grand slams in his previous two games. Williams retired Lewis on a bases-loaded popup in the first, then left because of rain knee pain and was replaced by Hunter Gaddis (2-1), who allowed one run over three innings. Sam Hentges (two innings) Trevor Stephan (one inning) and Nick Sandlin (one inning) followed with scoreless relief. Williams said he slipped during a pitch in the first inning, injuring the knee He didn’t sound overly concerned. Emmanuel Clase allowed Michael A. Taylor’s one-out homer in the ninth before getting his AL-leading 35th save in 44 chances. Taylor’s home run was his career-high 20th. Bo Naylor homered in consecutive games for the first time in his major league career, putting Cleveland ahead with a solo drive in the second off Pablo López (9-7). López gave up three runs and eight hits in six innings. Minnesota won his previous five starts prior to Tuesday’s loss.
Guardians: RHP Tanner Bibee (10-3, 3.01 ERA) will face the Twins for the second time this season. The rookie right-hander allowed three runs in five innings and didn’t factor into the decision in a loss to Minnesota on June 1.
Twins: RHP Sonny Gray (7-6, 3.06 ERA) was sharp his last time out, allowing just one run in seven innings in a win against Texas. He’s 0-1 in two starts against the Guardians this season.

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