KHRT Sports – 06/07/24


MINOT, ND – Fargo Oak Grove is your state champ in Class B Boys Golf. Max Palmer of Bottineau won the Senior Athlete of the Year and his coach Nate Simpson won Coach of the Year.
High School Boys Golf
Class B
State Tournament – Carrington (final results – top 10 and local teams)
1. Fargo Oak Grove, 364
2. Central Cass, 373
3. Kindred, 378
4. Dickinson Trinity, 380
5. Harvey-Wells County, 383
6. North Star, 386
7. Bottineau, 389T8. Linton-HMB, 392
T8. Hillsboro-Central Valley, 392
10. May-Port-CG, 394
12. Beulah, 396
T13. Westhope-Newburg, 400
17. Des Lacs-Burlington, 417
18. Kenmare, 419
19. Stanley, 424
Individual Medalist: Max Palmer of Bottineau, 86
MINOT, ND – Thursday scores:
American Legion Baseball
Class A
Devils Lake Storm def. Minot Metros, 10-5
Devils Lake Storm def. Minot Metros, 13-3
Class B
Velva def. Garrison, 6-5
Velva def. Garrison, 11-3
MINOT, ND – The Minot Hot Tots played the Bismarck Larks for the sixth time in their first eight games last night. Bismarck scored a 9-6 win and improves to 6-4 on the season. The Tots drop to 2-6 on the season. Minot will play the first of two in St. Cloud tonight against the Rox.
MINOT, ND – The North Dakota High School Coaches Association has named their All-State teams for softball, and several area player received honors.
Class A All-State
Minot High – Ellington Anderson, Isabelle Anderson, Halle Baker, Sydnee Bartsch
Class B All-State
Des Lacs-Burlington/Lewis & Clark – Logan Ystaas
Renville County – Ginger Savelkoul
Bottineau – Halle Gullett, Kaia Hennings
Beulah – Addie Dale-Geiger, Ava Seibel
Washburn-Center-Stanton – Kya Kulzer
Wilton-Wing – Taylor Zimmerman
Ray – Maddix Falk
MINOT, ND – The Minot Minotauros have another finalist for the NAHL Awards that will be handed out next week. Cody Campbell is a finalist for the Coach of the Year. Campbell guided the Tauros to the Robertson Cup semifinals and his team set franchise records with 90 points, 44 wins, 125 assists and 208 goals. The NAHL Awards will be announced Tuesday afternoon.
NEW YORK (AP) — Trent Grisham homered and had three RBIs, doubling his totals in both categories, and the New York Yankees completed a season sweep of the Minnesota Twins with an 8-5 victory Thursday night for their eighth straight win. Gleyber Torres bounced a two-run double inside first base for the Yankees (45-19), who broke a tie with Philadelphia for the best record in the majors. They moved to 25-6 in the last 31 games and extended their longest winning streak since a nine-game run in June 2022. The AL East leaders finished 6-0 versus Minnesota, a perennial Yankees punching bag. After outscoring the Twins 36-12 this year, New York is 123-44 against them since 2002 — including the playoffs.
RHP Joe Ryan (4-4, 3.38 ERA) starts Friday night at Pittsburgh against RHP Mitch Keller (7-3, 3.42) in the opener of a three-game series. Ryan gave up four homers over five innings last Saturday in a 5-2 loss at Houston.

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