KHRT Sports – 04/10/24


MINOT, ND – Tuesday scores:
High School Girls Softball
Class A
Minot High def. Bismarck Legacy, 15-4
Minot High def. Bismarck Legacy, 5-0
Williston def. Bismarck Century, 16-4
Williston def. Bismarck Century, 16-6
Mandan def. Turtle Mountain, 20-1
Mandan def. Turtle Mountain, 21-0
Dickinson def. Watford City, 25-0
Dickinson def. Watford City, 17-4
Class B
Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark def. New Town, 19-0
Bottineau def. Stanley, 28-0
Ray def. Rugby, 17-3
Harvey-Wells County def. Carrington, 17-5
Heart River def. Hazen, 15-1
Heart River def. Hazen, 6-2

High School Baseball
Class A
Minot High def. Dickinson, 14-4
Minot High def. Dickinson, 3-2
Williston def. Bismarck High, 3-1
Williston def. Bismarck High, 13-1
Bismarck Legacy def. Watford City, 7-2
Bismarck Legacy def. Watford City, 15-1
Jamestown def. Bismarck Century, 7-6
Bismarck Century def. Jamestown, 10-5
Class B
Velva-Drake-Anamoose def. Central McLean, 10-0
Velva-Drake-Anamoose def. Central McLean, 7-6
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Divide County, 21-3
Des Lacs-Burlington def. Divide County, 11-1
Tioga def. Ray, 3-2
Langdon Area-Edmore-Munich def. Bottineau, 5-1
Shiloh Christian def. Heart River, 10-1
High School Girls Soccer
Minot High def. Bismarck Legacy, 5-0
Bismarck Century def. Williston, 13-0

High School Boys Track & Field
Watford City Early Bird Invite
1. Dawson County MT, 135.1
2. Dickinson, 102
3. Williston, 87
4. Watford City, 61.5
5. New Town, 60
6. Minot High, 50
7. Stanley, 44
8. Fairview MT, 37.5
9. Bainville MT, 31
10. Killdeer, 30.6
11. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 30
12. Sidney MT, 17
13. Heart River, 16
14. Powers Lake-Burke Central, 11.6
15. Divide County, 6

High School Girls Track & Field
Watford City Early Bird Invite
1. Minot High, 163.16
2. Williston, 102
3. Dickinson, 83.46
4. Killdeer, 66.3
5. Watford City, 66
6. Dawson County MT, 61.66
7. Powers Lake-Burke Central, 45
8. Bainville MT, 23
T9. Fairview MT, 22
T9. Heart River, 22
11. Des-Lacs Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 21
12. Stanley, 16.3
13. Parshall, 8
T14. Divide County, 5
T14. Sidney MT, 5
16. Minot North, 4
17. Surrey, 3
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (MSU) – A pair of top 10 individual finishes help the Minot State women’s golf team climb a spot and finish third at the Augustana Invitational which concluded Tuesday at the Elmwood Golf Course. Jaci Jones tied for sixth at 17-over 161 (82-79) while Holly Knudsen tied for 10th at 19-over 163 (81-82), leading the way for the Beavers who were third with a team total of 89-over 665 (336-329). While the Minot State women finished third, the Beaver men were fourth led by Chase Gedak who made a determined surge during Tuesday’s second round shooting a 1-over 73 to finish tied for fifth at 7-over 151 (78-73) for the tournament. His play helped the Minot State men finish fourth as a team at 53-over 629 (315-314).
The University of Mary won the men’s team title shooting a 14-over 590 (298-292) while the host Augustana women won that team title with a 35-over 611 (307-304). Individually, Mary’s Evan Booth and Augustana’s Will Allen tied for first individual in the men’s standings with matching even-par 144s, while Augustana’s Lauren Tims shot even-par 144 (73-71) to win the women’s title by 8 shots.
Rounding out the scores for the Minot State women were Zoe Banack, who tied for 15th at 24-over 168 (85-83), Taylor Cormier, who tied for 23rd at 29-over 173 (88-85), and Lauren Keller, who tied for 53rd at 48-over 192 (94-98). Abigail Goettle, playing as an individual, was 52nd at 188 (98-90).
As for the Minot State men, Zach Hendrickson was next behind Gedak as he tied for 12th at 10-over 154 (78-76), then came
Joshua Tu, who tied for 19th at 13-over 157 (76-81), Casey Fjeld, who tied for 35th at 23-over 167 (83-84), and Max Karnik, who was 41st at 26-over 170 (86-84). Gage Olson, who played an individual, tied for 30th at 19-over 163 (82-81).
The tournament was the final regular-season spring event for the Beavers who now head to Missouri for the NSIC Championships. The Minot State men play first at the Adams Pointe Golf Club in Blue Springs, April 19-21. The Minot State women then play at the Paradise Pointe Golf Club in Smithville, April 26-28.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Tyler Glasnow tied his career high with 14 strikeouts in seven scoreless innings, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Minnesota Twins 6-3 on Tuesday night. James Outman and Will Smith each hit a three-run homer as Los Angeles won for the third time in four games. Mookie Betts walked three times and scored a run. Glasnow (3-0) struck out Matt Wallner looking to end the seventh inning, marking the third time in his career he picked up 14 strikeouts. He also accomplished the feat for Tampa Bay last season against the Red Sox and in April 2021 against Texas. Glasnow was efficient, needing just 88 pitches to get through his seven innings. He became the first pitcher since 1988 to strike out at least 14 batters on 88 pitches or less. Glasnow became the seventh pitcher in Dodgers history with at least 14 strikeouts and no walks in a game. Minnesota fell to 0-4 at home this season. The Twins have scored just five runs in those four games. Ryan Jeffers, Carlos Correa and Alex Kirilloff homered for Minnesota after Glasnow departed. Jeffers took Alex Vesia deep in the eighth, and Correa and Kirilloff connected in the ninth against Connor Brogdon in his first appearance with the Dodgers since he was traded from Philadelphia.
Dodgers right-hander Bobby Miller (1-1, 5.87 ERA) takes the mound in today’s series finale, while right-hander Chris Paddack (0-0, 4.50) gets the start for Minnesota. Miller gave up five runs in just 1 2/3 innings in his last start against the Cubs. Paddack earned a no-decision in his only start of the year against the Brewers.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Anthony Edwards scored a career-high 51 points and the Minnesota Timberwolves overcame an early 21-point deficit with a dominant second half to beat the Washington Wizards 130-121 on Tuesday night. Edwards had 30 points in the second half. Nickeil Alexander-Walker finished with 23 points and Rudy Gobert had 19 points and 16 rebounds for the Wolves, who have won four of five and eight of 10. Edwards credited coach Chris Finch for keeping him focused ahead of the matchup with one of the worst teams in the league. Minnesota has clinched a top-three seed in the Western Conference and has a showdown at Denver tonight with a potential No. 1 seed at stake. The Timberwolves and Nuggets are tied atop the West, one game ahead of Oklahoma City. Denver beat Utah and the Thunder beat Sacramento Tuesday night to keep pace. Minnesota improved to 12-5 without All-Star forward Karl-Anthony Towns. The team announced Tuesday that Towns has been cleared for full-contact, five-on-five basketball activities in anticipation of his return, which could occur as soon as Friday. The Timberwolves also lost starting center Naz Reid, who was ejected for “unnecessary and excessive” contact after an elbow to the head of Johnny Davis while battling for a rebound.
DENVER (AP) — Nathan MacKinnon notched his seventh career hat trick as part of a four-point performance, and the Colorado Avalanche broke out of a two-game funk with a 5-2 win over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night. The speedy MacKinnon has scored 51 times this season, eclipsing the 50-goal mark for the first time in his career. Artturi Lehkonen and Cale Makar also scored for the Avalanche. Alexandar Georgiev stopped 20 shots in a bounce-back performance after allowing 12 goals in his previous two games. The win kept Colorado in second place in the Central Division with 104 points. The team trails Dallas by five points with three games left. Colorado also stays ahead of Winnipeg, which beat Nashville 4-3 in overtime Tuesday to climb to 102 points. Colorado hosts the Jets on Saturday in what could be a pivotal game for seeding purposes. The top two spots in the division earn home-ice advantage in the first round. Kirill Kaprizov and Matt Boldy had goals for a Wild team that was officially eliminated from postseason contention. Filip Gustavsson made 27 saves. The Wild play at Vegas on Friday.

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