KHRT Sports – 05/08/24


MINOT, ND Tuesday’s scores:
High School Baseball
Class A
Mandan def. Bismarck Century, 3-2
Bismarck Century def. Mandan, 13-2
Bismarck St. Mary’s def. Bismarck High, 4-1
Bismarck High def. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 7-1

High School Girls Softball
Class A
Minot High def. Bismarck High, 8-4
Minot High def. Bismarck High, 6-3
Bismarck Legacy def. Turtle Mountain, 18-1
Bismarck Legacy def. Turtle Mountain, 23-4
Bismarck Century def. Watford City, 12-0
Class B
Washburn-Center-Stanton def. Max-South Prairie, 5-4 (Kya Kulzer – 500 career strikeouts)
Central McLean def. Hazen, 26-3

High School Boys Golf
Class A
Mandan Invitational – Prairie West Golf Course
1. Minot North, 305
2. Bismarck Century, 307
3. Jamestown, 314
4. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 319
5. Bismarck High, 327
6. Minot High, 336
7. Mandan, 338
8. Bismark Legacy, 339
9. Williston, 342
10. Watford City, 348
11. Dickinson, 357
12. Turtle Mountain, 380
Individual Medalist: Quinn Shillingstad of Bismarck St. Mary’s, 72

High School Girls Soccer
Minot High def. Bismarck Century, 4-0
Manan def. Bismarck High, 6-1
Bismarck St. Mary’s def. Dickinson, 4-1
Jamestown ties Bismarck Legacy, 0-0

High School Girls Tennis
Minot High def. Williston, 8-1
Bismarck Century def. Minot North, 9-0
Mandan def. Jamestown, 9-0
Dickinson def. Bismarck St. Mary’s

High School Boys Track & Field
Bismarck Public Schools Twilight – MDU Resources Community Bowl
1. Bismarck High, 226
2. Bismarck Century, 206.5
3. Bismarck Legacy, 149.5
4. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 87

High School Girls Track & Field
Bismarck Public Schools Twilight – MDU Resources Community Bowl
1. Bismarck High, 214
2. Bismarck Century, 200
3. Bismarck Legacy, 116
4. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 66
5. Shiloh Christian, 38
MINOT, ND – 22 of the 28 SCHEELS Softball All-Stars selected for the 2024 games will participate with their high school teams this Friday & Saturday in Midseason Madness IV in Fargo. The event is the premier in-season high school girls softball tournament which has grown from 19 teams in 2021 to 42 teams this year. Several area teams will test their skill against some of the best in the state, including Minot High, Minot North, Nedrose, Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark, Velva-Drake-Anamoose, Glenburn, Renville County, New Town, Harvey-Wells County, Washburn-Center-Stanton, Beulah, Bottineau. Games are played at the North Softball Complex in Fargo.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Josh Rojas and Ty France each hit an RBI single during Seattle’s four-run ninth inning, and the Mariners beat the Minnesota Twins 10-6 on Tuesday night. Cal Raleigh connected for a pinch-hit grand slam in the seventh for Seattle, which has won three of four. Mitch Haniger hit a solo homer in the second and added a sacrifice fly in the ninth. Ryne Stanek (1-0) got two outs for the win after fellow reliever Tayler Saucedo got hurt while covering first base. Andrés Muñoz pitched a scoreless ninth. Minnesota reliever Jorge Alcala (1-1) allowed four runs on four hits, issued two walks and threw a wild pitch during Seattle’s ninth-inning rally. The Twins have lost two of three after their 12-game winning streak. A wild three final innings was highlighted by a clutch swing for Raleigh, who was out of the starting lineup for a rare occasion. Raleigh hit for Seby Zavala against left-hander Steven Okert and drove a hanging slider to the third deck in left at Target Field. Down 6-4 after Raleigh’s homer, Minnesota got a run in the bottom of the seventh and another one in the eighth.
Seattle right-hander George Kirby (3-2, 3.76 ERA) starts tonight in the third game of the four-game series. Minnesota counters with righty Chris Paddack (3-1, 4.78 ERA).
DENVER (AP) — Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray was fined $100,000 by the NBA but avoided a suspension for “throwing multiple objects in the direction of a game official during live play,” the league announced Tuesday. Murray tossed a towel and a heat pack onto the court late in the second quarter of Denver’s 108-80 loss to Minnesota that gave the Timberwolves a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference semifinal series that shifts to Minneapolis this weekend. The Nuggets were frustrated by the officiating as they fell behind by 28 points shortly before halftime. The heat pack toss garnered the most attention as TNT replays showed Murray sitting at the end of Denver’s bench and throwing it onto the court. It slid across the floor as players jockeyed in the lane just before Minnesota’s Karl-Anthony Towns made a layup with 4:41 left in the second quarter. Nuggets guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope retrieved the heat pack and tossed it aside as the public-address announcer admonished the crowd not to throw any objects onto the court.
Officiating crew chief Marc Davis told a pool reporter after the game that the officials were unaware the object had come from the bench. Otherwise, “we could have reviewed it under the hostile act trigger. The penalty would have been a technical foul.” “We tried to impress upon (the officials) that there’s probably not many fans in the building that have a heat pack. So, it probably had to come from the bench,” Wolves coach Chris Finch said after the game. Finch also said Murray’s actions were “inexcusable and dangerous.”
Murray left the arena without speaking to reporters and Nuggets coach Michael Malone demurred when asked about it after the game, saying he wasn’t aware that his point guard had been the culprit. The Nuggets were off Tuesday. Their next availability is after Wednesday’s practice. Several seconds before he threw the heat pack onto the court, Murray was observed tossing a towel in Davis’ direction. The towel landed at Davis’ heels and somebody sitting on the sideline got up and quickly removed the towel. Davis never noticed.
Murray, bothered by a strained left calf and the Timberwolves’ tenacious defense, shot 3 of 18 in Game 2, finishing with eight points. That poor performance came on the heels of his scoreless first half in Game 1, which was the first time he’s done that in either half of 59 career playoff games.

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