KHRT Sports – 05/29/24


MINOT, ND – Boys golf highlighted the schedule on Tuesday.
High School Boys Golf
Class B
Region 4 Tournament – Garrison
1. Harvey-Wells County, 326
2. Bottineau, 329
3. Westhope-Newburg, 332
4. Our Redeemer’s, 336
5. Rugby, 339
6. Northern Lights, 352
7. Bishop Ryan, 374
8. Dunseith, 391
Indiviual Medalist: Max Palmer of Bottineau, 71
MINOT, ND – Conference honors have been award in the WDA and several Minot athletes were honored.
All-WDA Baseball
Minot High: Parker Hann, Kellan Burke, Carson Deaver, Tre Stewart
All-WDA Girls Softball
Minot High: Ellington Anderson, Halle Baker, Sydnee Bartsch, Isabelle Anderson
Minot North: Cadey Shipman
All-WDA Girls Soccer
Minot: Emerson Perrin, Maicee Burke, Bria Lewis, Kynsli Gilmore, Jayva Mckibben
MINOT, ND – It’s championship week for several high school spring sports with state tournaments for baseball, softball, girls soccer and girls tennis.
High School Baseball
Class A
State Tournament – Dickinson
First Round (Thu 5/30)
E1 Fargo Shanley vs W4 Williston, 12:30 pm CT
W2 Minot High vs E3 Fargo Davies, 35 min after
W1 Bismarck Legacy vs E4 West Fargo Horace, 4:30 pm CT
E2 Fargo North vs W3 Mandan, 35 min after
High School Girls Softball
Class A
State Tournament – Dickinson
First Round (Thu 5/30)
E1 Fargo North vs W4 Bismarck High, 12:00 pm CT
W2 Minot High vs E3 Grand Forks Red River, 35 min after
E2 West Fargo vs W3 Mandan, 5:00 pm CT
W1 Dickinson vs E4 West Fargo Sheyenne, 35 min after
High School Baseball
Class B
State Tournament – Jamestown
First Round (Thu 5/30)
#1 Thompson vs Surrey-Our Redeemer’s, 11:30 am (HEARD ON 1320 AM)
#4 Des Lacs-Burlington vs #5 New Rockford-Sheyenne, 35 min after (HEARD ON 1320 AM)
#2 Central Cass vs Washburn-Wilton-Center-Stanton, 4:30 pm
#3 Grafton vs Bottineau, 35 min after
High School Girls Softball
Class B
State Tournament – Jamestown
First Round (Thu 5/30)
#2 Central Cass vs Renville County, 11 am
#3 Beulah vs Thompson, 35 min after
#1 May-Port-CG vs Velva-Drake-Anamoose, 4 pm
#4 Kindred-Richland vs #5 Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark, 35 min after
High School Girls Soccer
State Tournament – Minot
First Round (Thu 5/30)
W1 Minot High vs E4 Fargo North, 12 pm
E2 Fargo Shanley vs W3 Mandan, 2:15 pm
E1 Fargo Davies vs W4 Bismarck Legacy, 4:30 pm
W2 Jamestown vs E3 Grand Forks Red River, 6:45 pm
High School Girls Tennis
State Tournament – Team Dual – Grand Forks
First Round (Thu 5/30)
E1 Valley City vs W4 Bismarck Century, 10 am
W2 Bismarck Legacy vs E3 Fargo Davies, 10 am
W1 Minot High vs E4 Grand Forks Red River, 10 am
E2 West Fargo Sheyenne vs W3 Mandan
Semifinal and Loser out at 1 pm / 5th Place and 3rd Place at 4:30 pm / Championship at 6 pm
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Simeon Woods Richardson earned his first win in eight starts, Jose Miranda drove in two runs and the Minnesota Twins beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 on Tuesday night. Minnesota, winners of six of their last seven games, got two hits apiece from Manuel Margot, Byron Buxton and Carlos Santana. Jhoan Duran allowed the first two hitters he faced in the ninth to reach base, but helped by Christian Vázquez throwing out a runner trying to steal second, he didn’t allow a run and earned his eighth save. His last two pitches were 102.2 and 103.1 mph. Kansas City had just five hits to lose its third straight after winning eight in a row. The Royals have dropped 15 of their last 16 at Target Field. Woods Richardson (2-0) allowed three hits and struck out four in five innings for his first win since April 13. He allowed two or fewer earned runs in seven of his past eight starts, and only once did he receive more than two runs of support. His 2.70 ERA is third among rookies with at least 35 innings pitched, trailing Shota Imanaga of the Cubs (0.84) and Luis Gil of the Yankees (2.11).
RHP Seth Lugo (8-1, 1.74), who leads the American League in wins and all of baseball in ERA among qualified players, is scheduled to start Wednesday for Kansas City. He’s scheduled to face RHP Bailey Ober (5-2, 4.33).
DALLAS (AP) — Karl-Anthony Towns finally found his rhythm, and the Timberwolves finally closed a game in the Western Conference finals. Now they head back to Minnesota to see if they can make things even more interesting against Dallas. Towns scored 20 of his 25 points in the second half and the Wolves held off the Mavericks 105-100 on Tuesday night to avoid a sweep. Anthony Edwards had 29 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists as the Wolves stayed alive in their first trip to the conference finals in 20 years, and just the second in the franchise’s 35 seasons. Game 5 is Thursday night. Towns, who was shooting 28% from the field in the series coming in, was 9 of 13 from the field, including four of five from 3-point range. And that was after picking up fifth foul midway through the third quarter. Luka Doncic had 28 points, 15 rebounds and 10 assists in his sixth triple-double of these playoffs, but he and co-star Kyrie Irving were just 13 of 39 from the field. Irving, who was 14-0 in his career in closeout games coming in, made just one of six from long range and finished with 16 points.

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