KHRT Sports – 04/13/24


MINOT, N.D. – The girls tennis and boys golf seasons began on Friday. The Minot High Round Robin girls tennis event will be held today.
High School Girls Tennis
3-2 Day
Minot High def. Jamestown, 5-0
Minot High def. Bismarck Century, 5-0
Minot High def. Dickinson, 3-2
Bismarck Century def. Minot North, 4-1
Dickinson def. Minot North, 4-1
Williston def. Minot North, 5-0
Bismarck Legacy def. Bismarck St. Mary’s. 5-0
Mandan def. Bismarck High, 4-1
Williston def. Jamestown, 5-0
Bismarck St. Mary’s def. Bismarck High, 3-2
Bismarck Legacy def. Mandan, 4-1
Bismarck Century def. Williston, 5-0
Dickinson def. Jamestown, 4-1

High School Boys Golf
Bismarck Century Invitational – Tom O’Leary Golf Course
1. Bismarck Century, 296
2. Minot North, 304
3. Jamestown, 322
4. Bismarck Legacy, 329
T5. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 331
T5. Mandan, 331
7. Minot High, 332
8. Williston, 334
9. Bismarck High, 342
10. Watford City, 344
11. Dickinson, 362
12. Turtle Mountain, 401
Medalist: Bennet Bartsch of Minot North, 70

High School Baseball
Class A
Minot High def. Jamestown, 12-2
Minot High Def. Jamestown, 14-2
Devils Lake def. Turtle Mountain, 11-1
Bismarck High def. Watford City, 12-2
Bismarck High def. Watford City, 16-12
Mandan def. Bismarck Legacy, 12-2
Mandan def. Bismarck Legacy, 7-6
Dickinson def. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 12-2
Dickinson def. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 12-0
Class B
Velva-Drake-Anamoose def. Carrington, 9-2
Velva-Drake-Anamoose def. Hillsboro-Central Valley, 10-3

High School Girls Softball
Class A
West Fargo Sheyenne def. Minot North, 18-3
West Fargo Sheyenne def. Minot North, 14-2
Bismarck High def. Bismarck Century, 7-2
Bismarck Century def. Bismarck High, 6-4
Class B
Bottineau def. Rugby, 19-2
Tioga def. New Town, 31-15
Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton def. Hazen, 11-1

High School Girls Soccer
Jamestown def. Williston, 7-0
Bismarck Century def. Dickinson, 5-0
Bismarck High def. Bismarck Legacy, 1-0
Mandan def. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 4-0

High School Boys Track & Field
Shannon Gangle Memorial Meet – Starion Sports Complex in Mandan
1. Bismarck Century, 213.5
2. Minot High, 151
3. Mandan, 98.5
4. Williston, 64
5. Minot North, 50
6. Watford City, 46
7. Hazen, 43
8. Jamestown, 39

High School Girls Track & Field
Shannon Gangle Memorial Meet – Starion Sports Complex in Mandan
1. Bismarck Century, 229
2. Minot High, 122.66
3. Jamestown, 110
4. Mandan, 86
5. Williston, 85
6. Watford City, 44
7. Hazen, 31.33
8. Minot North, 14
MINOT, ND – Evan Hunter was the only player to score in the shootout and the Bismarck Bobcats defeated the Minot Minotauros, 5-4 on Friday night in Bismarck. The Bobcats rallied to score three goals in the third period and send the game to overtime. Minot was down 1-0 after one period, but put up three in the second on tallies by Colby Woogk, Murray Marvin-Cordes, and Weston Knox. Beck Picconatto added a fourth goal for the Tauros just 90-seconds into the third before the Bobcats started the comeback. Brady James stopped 35 of 39 Bismarck shots. The two teams finish the regular season tonight at Maysa Arena here in Minot.
DICKINSON, N.D. (MSU) – Minot State hurdler De’Andre Cornwall did it again: With emphasis. And teammate Jasiah Hambria matched her performance leading the way for the Minot State men. Cornwall not only broke her own NCAA Division II-era school record in the women’s 100-meter hurdles, but smashed it, along with the all-time Minot State record and hit an NCAA provisional qualifying mark as she finished second at the Blue Hawks Games track and field meet hosted by Dickinson State on Friday. Hambria did the same in the men’s high jump, but added a win, as he cleared a career-best 6 feet, 11.75 inches that broke his own NCAA D-II era outdoor record by 5 inches and bested the Minot State all-time best of 6-11 cleared by Zach Ryan in 2011. Also an NCAA provisional qualifying mark, Hambria is now tied for 29th in the nation.
As for Cornwall, she clocked a time of 14.14 seconds to finish second behind just Tia Horning of Mary by a hundredth of a second (14.13). But Cornwall was second to none in Minot State history as she crushed her own personal-best time of 14.63 seconds from a week ago and broke the all-time record of 14.44 seconds clocked by Mario Henke in 1993. Her time ranks her No. 21 in the nation. While Cornwall’s NCAA qualifying performance led the way for the women, the Beavers also saw standout efforts from distance runners Bailey Wride and Sidra Sadowsky who each won their respective event, the 1,500 meters and 800, while Summer Kresbach came within a .02 seconds of another record in the 100 as she finished second in the 200 and third in the 100. Wride won the 1,500 meters in 4 minutes, 52.79 seconds, Sadowsky won the 800 in a season-best time of 2:16.59, and Krebsbach was second in the 200 in 25.92 and third in the 100 in 12.34. Cornwall and Krebsbach teamed up with Camryn Adams and Macey Moore to add one more highlight for the Beaver ladies as the 4×100-meter relay team brought home the win in 48.87 seconds.
While Hambria’s NCAA mark set the tone on the men’s side, Devontae Daley won the men’s 400 meters in 49.25 seconds and Ramon Duran won the 400 hurdles in 53.52. Peyton Tuhy and Samuel Kreins added second-place finishes in the 1,500 meters and shot put, respectively, as Tuhy clocked a career-best time of 4:01.19 and Kreins turned in a throw of 50-1.75. The Minot State track and field teams will be back in action next week, once again competing at a meet close to home as they head to Fargo for the Bison Open hosted by North Dakota State next Friday.
DETROIT (AP) — Minnesota Twins shortstop Carlos Correa left Friday night’s game against the Detroit Tigers with an oblique strain after striking out in the third inning. “It’s like a gut punch,” outfielder Byron Buxton said following Detroit’s 8-2 win. The banged-up Twins have been without infielder Royce Lewis, who was put on the injured list two weeks ago with strained quadriceps, and might also lose Correa for a while. The 29-year-old Correa, a two-time All-Star, is among the top players for the defending AL Central champions, who are hitting a major league-low .184. He is batting .306 with four RBIs. After signing a $200 million, six-year contract to remain with the Twins, Correa hit a career-low .230 with 18 homers and 65 RBIs last season. Correa missed Minnesota’s final 11 games last year because of plantar fasciitis in his left foot and then returned for the playoffs, hitting .409 (9 for 22) with four RBIs as the Twins beat Toronto in the Wild Card Series and lost to Houston in the Division Series.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Rudy Gobert had 25 points, 19 rebounds and five blocks to help the Minnesota Timberwolves defeat the Atlanta Hawks 109-106 on Friday night and move into a three-way tie for first place in the Western Conference. Minnesota is even with Denver and Oklahoma City atop the conference with one game to play. The Timberwolves hold head-to-head tiebreakers over both teams, but the Thunder would win a three-way tiebreaker for the top spot. So, a victory by Minnesota over Phoenix and a loss by either Denver or Oklahoma City would lock up the top seed for the Timberwolves. Naz Reid had 19 points, Anthony Edwards scored 14 and Mike Conley added 13 points and 10 assists for the Timberwolves, who welcomed back All-Star forward Karl-Anthony Towns, who had 11 points after missing 18 games following surgery to repair a damaged meniscus in his left knee. The Timberwolves host Phoenix on Sunday.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jack Eichel, Nicolas Roy and Pavel Dorofeyev each had a goal and an assist, Chandler Stephenson had four assists and the Vegas Golden Knights beat the Minnesota Wild 7-2 Friday night to clinch a playoff berth for the sixth time in seven seasons. Jonathan Marchessault, Tomas Hertl, William Karlsson and Keegan Kolesar also scored goals. Noah Hanifin added two assists for the Golden Knights and Logan Thompson had 25 saves. The Golden Knights will get a chance to defend their Stanley Cup championship after their win combined with St. Louis’ 5-2 loss to Carolina. Vegas is the second wild card in the Western Conference, one point behind Los Angeles for third place in the Pacific Division. Marat Khusnutdinov and Ryan Hartman scored for the Wild. Marc-Andre Fleury had a rough night facing his former team, allowing all seven goals on 30 shots, the most he has given up since Dallas scored eight on him on Nov. 12. Still arguably the most popular player in the club’s short history, the crowd even chanted his name several times in the third period.

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