KHRT Sports – 06/06/24


MINOT, ND – Grand Forks Red River won their first State Class A Boys Golf title since 2019. Minot North finished tied for 5th.
High School Boys Golf
Class A
State Tournament – Kings Hill Golf Course in Grand Forks (final results)
1. Grand Forks Red River, 623
2. Fargo North, 627
3. Bismarck Century, 634
4. West Fargo Sheyenne, 645
T5. Minot North, 648
T5. West Fargo, 648
7. Fargo Davies, 650
8. Fargo Shanley, 660
9. Jamestown, 677
10. Williston, 691
11. Bismarck St. Mary’s, 692
12. Minot High, 702
Individual Medalist: Carson Hannestad of Fargo North, 144
Kasen Rostad of Minot North tied for 3rd at 155
MINOT, ND – The State Class B Boys Tournament began Wednesday in Carrington with teams playing the back nine because the front nine was unplayable due to water. They will complete the tournament today playing a full 18 holes. After day one Fargo Oak Grove leads with a 142, while Dickinson Trinity is two strokes back. Defending champ Central Cass is third at 145. Harvey-Wells County is fourth with a 150, Beulah is sixth, and Westhope-Newburg is tied for 10th. Other local teams in the top 20 include Bottineau at 11th, Des Lacs-Burlington tied for 12th, Stanley is tied for 16th, and Kenmare is 18th. Individually, Champ Hettich of Beulah and Andrew Bilstad of Fargo Oak Grove are tied atop the leaderboard at 34.
MINOT, ND – Bismarck scored 15 runs on 12 hits as the Larks defeated the Minot Hot Tots 15-5 on Wednesday night in Bismarck. The Larks big innings were the 7th and 8th when they put up five runs in each. The two teams play again tonight at 6:35 pm at Corbett Field here in Minot.
MINOT, ND – The Class AA Legion baseball coaches have released their preseason poll and the Minot Vistas came in third.
American Legion Baseball
Class AA
Coaches Preseason Poll
1. Fargo Post 2 (9 first place votes)
2. West Fargo Patriots (1 first place vote)
3. Minot Vistas
4. Bismarck Governors
5. Mandan Chiefs
6. Fargo Post 400 Stars
7. Dickinson Roughriders
8. Williston Keybirds
9. Jamestown Eagles
10. Grand Forks Royals
MINOT, ND – The North American Hockey League will hand out their year end awards on Tuesday, June 11th. The Minot Minotauros have two finalists. Brady James is nominated for Goalteander of the Year. James had a 2.22 goals against average, .913 save percentage and tallied three shutouts. Colby Woogk is nominated for Defenseman of the Year. Woogk tallied the best season in franchise history for a defensemen with 18 goals, which is the most among defensemen. He also had 28 assists and was a +27.
MINOT, N.D. (MSU) – The Beaver track and field program has its next leader, a man very familiar with athletics in the state of North Dakota. Kevin Harmon, Minot State’s Vice President for Student Affairs and Intercollegiate Athletics, is pleased to introduce Jordan Aus as the Beavers new head track and field coach. Aus comes to Minot State after spending the past 10 years as an economics instructor and head boys track and field coach at Sheyenne High School in the West Fargo Public School District. During his time at Sheyenne HS he twice was named the North Dakota State Coach of the Year in boys track and field (2021 and 2022) and assisted with the duties of the Activity Director at Sheyenne since 2018. Aus received his bachelor’s in Social Science Education from Valley City State in 2014 and his master’s in Educational Leadership from Minnesota State Moorhead in 2018. Aus officially begins his duties with the Beavers on June 15.
MINOT, N.D. (MSU) – A pair of Minot State baseball players earned honors from the College Sports Communicators for their outstanding performance on the diamond and in the classroom as they were named to the CSC Academic All-District Team that was announced Tuesday. Earning this special honor were outfielder Brent Riddle and pitcher Trevyn Badger. To be named to the Academic All-District Team a player must be at least a sophomore who is in their second season with their team, must have started 66 percent of the team’s games or played in 90 percent of the team’s games or if a pitcher must have pitched at least 25 innings, and must maintain a 3.50 cumulative GPA. Badger, a starting pitcher from San Tan Valley, Arizona who graduated in May with a degree in Professional Communication, pitched in 11 games, starting 10, with a 1-7 record, and a 10.01 ERA pitching 47 2/3 innings with 35 strikeouts. Riddle, a junior Fitness and Wellness Management major from San Clemente, California, started all 49 games for the Beavers and hit .347, third-best on the team. He led the team in triples with 3, was second on the team with 7 home runs and 41 RBIs, had 11 doubles, 15 stolen bases, and defensively had 131 putouts and 5 assists from the outfield.
NEW YORK (AP) — Aaron Judge drove in five runs, Carlos Rodón retired his first 16 batters and the New York Yankees matched their longest winning streak of the season at seven by beating the Minnesota Twins 9-5 Wednesday night. New York has won 18 of 22 games and is tied with Philadelphia for the best record in the major leagues at 44-19. Backed by a four-run first inning, Rodón (8-2) won his career-best sixth straight start. He didn’t allow a hit until Carlos Santana drove a fastball into the right-field seats in the sixth. New York has won six straight against the Twins dating to last season and is 106-42 against Minnesota since 2002. The Yankees are 5-0 against the Twins this year. Minnesota’s Royce Lewis homered in the seventh off Dennis Santana on his 25th birthday, a day after Lewis went deep in his return from a strained right quadriceps that sidelined him for 58 games. Lewis became the first player in franchise history to homer in his first three games of a season. Chris Paddack allowed seven runs and six hits in four-plus innings. He has given up 12 runs and 18 hits in nine innings against the Yankees this season.
RHP Marcus Stroman (5-2, 2.73) is 3-0 in his last four starts going into tonight’s series finale against Minnesota and RHP Pablo López (5-5, 4.84).

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