KHRT Sports – 06/05/24


MINOT, ND – Day one of the Class A Boys State Golf Tournament at Kings Way Golf Course in Grand Forks saw Bismarck Century and Grand Forks Red River tied for the lead with a team total of 311. Fargo North was one stroke back in 3rd while Minot North is 4th shooting a 316. Fargo Davies rounded out the top 5 with a 319. Minot High is 11th.
Individually, Carson Hannestad of Fargo North shot a -4 to capture the lead. Kasen Rostad of Minot North is tied for 5th at +3 and Bennett Bartsch of Minot North is 8th at +4. Play will finish today with the second round.
Play at the State Class B Boys Golf Tournament in Carrington was delayed due to wet conditions as a result of heavy rains on Sunday. The meet will now be a 27 hole championship. They will play the back 9 holes today due to a number of unplayable holes on the front 9. They finish with 18 holes played on Thursday.
MINOT, ND – The Scheels All-Star Softball Series finished in Casselton on Tuesday night. After the teams split on Monday and the East All Stars won their first game of the series since 2019, the West All Stars won the series with an 8-4 win last night. Jersey Berg of Bismarck High was the series MVP hitting two homeruns, turning three double plays and settting a new defensive assists record.
MINOT, ND – Legion Baseball scores:
American Legion Baseball
Class AAA
Minot Vistas def. Grand Forks Royals, 16-6
Minot Vistas def. Grand Forks Royals, 10-9
Class B
Velva def. Burlington, 4-3
Velva def. Burlington, 9-2
NEW YORK (AP) — Luis Gil pitched six shutout innings of one-hit ball to win his seventh consecutive start, Giancarlo Stanton launched a two-run homer and the New York Yankees beat the Minnesota Twins 5-1 on Tuesday night for their sixth straight victory. Aaron Judge flared a two-run double and Gleyber Torres homered early on a 349-foot drive that glanced off the glove of a leaping Max Kepler at the right-field fence. Returning home from a 7-2 trip to three California cities, the AL East leaders won for the 17th time in 21 games overall. They are tied with Philadelphia for the best record in the majors at 43-19. New York improved to 105-42 against the Twins since 2002 — the best record for any team against an opponent in its own league during that span. The Yankees outscored the Twins 14-1 last month in Minnesota, throwing consecutive shutouts to complete a three-game sweep. The only run Minnesota managed this time came on a homer from Royce Lewis in his return from a 58-game injury absence. Lewis walked twice and connected in the seventh off Tommy Kahnle, snapping a 32-inning scoreless drought for the Twins against Yankees pitching.
Twins RHP Chris Paddack (4-2, 4.57 ERA) starts the middle game of the series tonight against LHP Carlos Rodón (7-2, 3.09), who went six innings for a 5-1 win May 14 at Minnesota.

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