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Wed., 1/23/19

- First Baptist Church of Minot has cancelled all services and activities tonight




God's will is what we would choose if we knew what God knows.

- Nancy Leigh DeMoss

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The Velva-Drake-Anamoose Aggies came from behind to defeat Des Lacs-Burlington 5-4 in the Consolation Championship at the State B Baseball Tournament.

    JAMESTOWN, ND - Aaron Dean hit a shot over the right fielders head scoring Colton Frankl from 2nd as the Velva-Drake-Anamoose Aggies came from behind to defeat Des Lacs-Burlington 5-4 in the Consolation Championship at the State B Baseball Tournament.

High School Baseball
    Class B
        State Tournament - Jack Brown Stadium in Jamestown
            7th Place
                Rugby 2, Enderlin-Maple Valley 1
            5th Place
                #4 Velva-Drake-Anamoose 5, Des Lacs-Burlington 4
            3rd Place
                #3 Carrington 7, #5 Beulah 0
                #2 Park River-Fordville-Lankin 7, #1 Thompson 3 (8)


High School Girls Softball
    Class B
        State Tournament - Lyle "Trapper" Lawrence Field in Jamestown
            7th Place
                Heart River 6, Watford City 3
            5th Place
                Kindred-Richland 13, Northern Cass 3
            3rd Place
                Bishop Ryan 17, Thompson vs 7
                Central Cass 11, Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark 0


High School Baseball
    Class A
        State Tournament - Newman Outdoor Field in Fargo
                Bismarck Century 4, Fargo Davies 2
            5th Place
                Fargo North 7, West Fargo  2
            3rd Place
                Fargo Davies 9, Minot 6
                Bismarck Century 12, Grand Forks Red River 2        


High School Girls Softball
    Class A
        State Tournament - Mickelson Field in Fargo
            5th Place
                Valley City 10, Fargo North 0
            3rd Place
                West Fargo Sheyenne 8, Bismarck Century 5
                Minot 4, Dickinson 2
                    (Minot's first softball championship)


High School Girls Soccer
        State Tournament - MDU Community Bowl in Bismarck
                West Fargo Sheyenne 2, Fargo Shanley-Oak Grove 1 (OT)
                Fargo Davies 2, Fargo North 1
            5th Place
                Minot 3, Bismarck St. Mary's 2 (SO)
            3rd Place
                Fargo North 2, Fargo Shanley-Oak Grove 1
                Fargo Davies 4, West Fargo Sheyenne 1


    MINOT, ND - The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs picked up two wins in front of their home crowd Saturday by defeating the Hub City Hot Shots 9-3 and 3-1 in a doubleheader. Game one of the doubleheader was a continuation of the team's inaugural home opener. On Friday, the home opener was suspended after multiple lightning delays. The win improves the Sabre Dogs to 5-3 overall and secures a series victory. The series finale against Hub City will be at Corbett Field today at 5:35 pm.


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Eddie Rosario hit a two-run home run and Brian Dozier drove in two runs to support Lance Lynn's third straight victory, leading the Minnesota Twins past the Cleveland Indians 7-1 on Saturday.
     Dozier hit an RBI triple in the third inning against Trevor Bauer (4-4), right before Rosario's 10th homer of the season. Dozier added an RBI double during a four-run sixth that was fueled by a fielding error on second baseman Jason Kipnis.
     Lynn (4-4) walked five batters in six innings, but he struck out five and allowed only two hits while throwing a season-high 113 pitches. After an awful April and a couple of rough appearances in May, too, the right-hander has begun to find a rhythm. So have the Twins hitters, with 30 runs over their last four games.
     Rosario has been the steadiest of all, with a team-leading 36 RBIs and a strong case to become a first-time All-Star. Dozier has recently heated up, too.
     Bauer didn't finish the sixth. He struck out 11 batters, but he gave up six hits and three walks. Four of the seven runs charged to him were unearned. Max Kepler and Ryan LaMarre had RBI singles during the Twins rally after the error on Kipnis.
     Oliver Perez entered in the sixth inning, becoming the 15th reliever used by the Indians already this season. They used 17 different relief pitchers last year, including a one-inning mop-up appearance by position player Michael Martinez and a one-off relief outing by Bauer.
     The Indians went 0 for 10 with runners in scoring position and 2 for 16 with runners on base.

     GRAND CHUTE, Wis. (AP) - Green Bay Packers linebacker Clay Matthews says he needs surgery on his nose after getting hit in the face with a line drive during a charity softball game.
     Matthews was pitching during Saturday's game when offensive lineman Lucas Patrick hit the ball directly into Matthews' face, knocking him to the ground. The Green Bay Press Gazette reports that Matthews got up, covered his face with his glove, then walked to the dugout. He did not return to the game.
     Matthews tweeted later that he busted his nose and would have surgery after the swelling subsides. He thanked fans for their well-wishes and expressed gratitude that his injury wasn't more serious.
     The Packers are in the middle of their organized team activities. Matthews hasn't participated in OTAs because of a knee injury.

     WASHINGTON (AP) - Evgeny Kuznetsov's status for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup final was a game-time decision. It turns out that he and the Washington Capitals made the right decision.
     Kuznetsov scored the eventual game-winner in the second period as the Caps beat the Vegas Golden Knights, 3-1 to take a two-games-to-one lead in the series. It was uncertain on Saturday morning that he would play after suffering an upper-body injury that caused him to miss the last two periods of Game 2.
     Kuznetsov also set up Alex Ovechkin's goal 70 seconds into the middle period. Ovechkin paces all playoff scorers with 14 goals and Kuznetsov is No. 1 with 27 points in 22 games.
     Braden Holtby stopped 21 shots and missed a shutout because of his own mistake. Holtby made a bad clear that allowed Tomas Nosek to make it a 2-1 game 3:29 into the third period, but Devante Smith-Pelly restored Washington's two-goal advantage with 6:07 remaining.
     Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 23 shots for the Knights, who stay in Washington for Game 4 on Monday.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Milwaukee Brewers won for the 19th time in 30 road games this season by blanking the White Sox in Chicago.
     Jhoulys Chacin combined with Josh Heder and Taylor Williams on a five-hitter to lead the Brewers' 5-0 win over the major leagues' worst team. Chacin pitched three-hit ball over 5 2/3 innings to improve to 4-1 with a 3.39 ERA.
     All the runs came via the long ball as Eric Kratz, Jonathan Villar and Lorenzo Cain hit solo shots before Jesus Aguilar's two-run shot capped the scoring.
     The Brewers have won six of eight overall after beating the White Sox for only the fourth time in their last 17 meetings. Milwaukee still leads the NL Central by three games over Chicago.
     In other MLB games:
     - The Cubs overcame 24 strikeouts by scoring six times in the 14th inning to beat the Mets, 7-1. Albert Almora Jr. put Chicago ahead with a two-run double and Ben Zobrist doubled home a pair before scoring on a two-run blast by Javier Baez. The Mets wasted another terrific outing by Jacob deGrom who struck out 13 and allowed one run over seven innings to lower his ERA to 1.49.
     - The Cardinals pulled out a 3-2 win over the Pirates on Kolten Wong's leadoff homer off Richard Rodriguez in the bottom of the ninth, a half-inning after Austin Meadows went deep off Bud Norris. Norris blew a potential victory for Luke Weaver, who served up Colin Moran's home run and just four other hits over five innings. St. Louis is 4 1/2 games off the NL Central lead, and the Bucs are 6 1/2 games back following their sixth loss in eight games.
     - The Nationals are back within a half-game of the NL East lead after ace pitcher Max Scherzer hit a one-out, pinch-hit single and scored the tiebreaking run in the 14th inning of a 5-3 victory against the first-place Braves. Wilmer Difo tripled home the lead run and scored on Spencer Kieboom's single. Michael A Taylor homered and Juan Soto tied the game with a solo shot in Washington's first win after two straight losses to Atlanta in the four-game series.
     - Philadelphia remains two games behind the Braves after Andrew Suarez tossed three-hit ball over seven innings of the Giants' 2-0 shutout of Philadelphia. Andrew McCutchen had both RBIs despite going 0-for-3, scoring a run on a fielder's choice and lifting a sacrifice fly. Vince Velasquez was pinned with the loss after striking out nine and yielding just one run and five hits over 6 1/3.
     - Paul Goldschmidt and David Peralta homered and Zack Greinke pitched into the seventh as the Diamondbacks dumped the Marlins, 6-2 to move back into first place in the NL West. Arizona has hit 14 home runs while winning four of its last five games. The DBacks are a half-game ahead of Colorado.
     - Joc Pederson went 4-for-5 with a pair of solo homers and four runs scored as the Dodgers clobbered the Rockies, 12-4. Matt Kemp smacked a two-run homer and Breyvic Valera collected three RBIs in helping Los Angeles deal Colorado its third straight loss. The Dodgers have won 12 of 16 since a six-game skid dropped them 10 games under .500 at 16-26.
     - Manuel Margot put the Padres ahead with a two-run double and pinch-hitter Matt Szczur poked a two-run single in an 8-2 thumping of the Reds. Winning pitcher Eric Lauer allowed a run and five hits over five innings after entering the game with a 7.67 ERA in seven starts this year.
     - Boston kept their half-game lead over the Yankees in the AL East as Andrew Benintendi and Christian Vazquez homered off Will Harris during a three-run seventh inning that pushed Boston past the Astros, 5-4. Houston led 3-2 until Vazquez belted a solo shot and Benintendi added a two-run blast. Alex Bregman hit a two-run homer for the Astros, who will fall into a virtual first-place tie in the AL West if the Mariners beat the Rays. Baltimore has dropped seven straight and is a major league-worst 17-41.
     - Giancarlo Stanton and Miguel Andujar belted two-run homers and Aaron Hicks went 3-for-4 with two RBIs as the Yankees outscored the Orioles, 8-5. Masahiro Tanaka improved to 7-2 despite struggling over 5 1/3 innings, yielding homers by Adam Jones, Joey Rickard and Manny Machado.
     - Houston fell into a first-place tie with Seattle in the AL West as Marco Gonzalez worked into the seventh inning and Ryon Healy homered to lead the Mariners past the Rays, 3-1. Gonzales ran his consecutive scoreless innings streak to 24 1/3 before finally giving up an earned run in the sixth. Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager had RBI hits for the M's in the third inning.
     - John Hicks lined a tiebreaking, two-run single in the bottom of the eighth to help the Tigers down the Blue Jays, 7-4. Toronto took a 4-2 lead on solo homers by Luke Maile and Yangervis Solarte in the fifth inning, but Detroit tied it in the bottom half as Dixon Machado hit an RBI double and scored on Nicholas Castellanos' single. Castellanos drove in two runs and Jeimer Candelario smacked a solo homer as the Tigers pulled within 2  1/2 games of the AL Central-leading Indians.
     - Cleveland was a 7-1 loser at Minnesota as Lance Lynn held the Indians to a run and a pair of hits over six innings. Eddie Rosario supplied a tiebreaking, two-run homer and Brian Dozier drove in two with a double and a triple. The Indians dropped their second straight since a six-game winning streak and were blanked after Greg Allen scored on a delayed double-steal in the top of the second.
     - Rougned Odor beat a throw home by left fielder Justin Upton on Ronald Guzman's single in the 10th inning to complete the Rangers' comeback in a 3-2 decision over the Angels. Texas was able to extend the game after the umpires determined that Jurickson Profar reached home on a sacrifice fly just before Carlos Tocci was tagged out at second to complete what would have been a game-ending double play. Mike Trout slammed his 19th home run and Garrett Richards limited the Rangers to an unearned run and one hit over seven innings.
     - Jorge Soler's solo homer in the eighth snapped a 4-4 tie in the Royals' 5-4 triumph over the Athletics. Salvador Perez provided a two-run double and Alcides Escobar lined an RBI triple while the Royals were taking an early 4-0 lead. Oakland lost despite Bruce Maxwell's two home runs and three RBIs.

     PARIS (AP) - U.S. Open runner-up Madison Keys has reached the quarterfinals of the French Open for the first time by beating Mihaela Buzarnescu of Romania 6-1, 6-4. The 13th-seeded American next faces either No. 26 Barbora Strycova or Yulia Putintseva.
     In other action Sunday, Novak Djokovic takes on a familiar adversary when the former top-ranked Serb faces Fernando Verdasco. Djokovic, now seeded 20th as he continues his comeback from a long-term elbow injury, has won the past five encounters against the Spanish veteran.
     Two other title contenders are in men's fourth-round action. No. 2 Alexander Zverev of Germany faces big-hitting Russian Karen Khachanov and No. 7 Dominic Thiem (teem) of Austria faces No. 19 Kei Nishikori of Japan.
     Two-time Grand Slam champion Caroline Wozniacki plays 14th-seeded Daria Kasatkina, who has beaten the second-seeded Wozniacki twice this year.

     UNDATED (AP) - Giants first baseman Brandon Belt has undergone an appendectomy after feeling ill during Friday's game against the Phillies. Belt had one at-bat and was removed in the third inning before going to the hospital. Manager Bruce Bochy says Belt hadn't felt well before the game and then got worse. Belt is batting .307 with 11 home runs and 31 RBIs in 53 games.
     In other MLB news:
     - Dustin Pedroia's return from the disabled list lasted three games. The four-time All-Star second baseman was put back on the DL by the Red Sox on Saturday because of left knee inflammation. The 34-year-old had knee surgery in October, made his season debut May 26 and went 1 for 11 with two walks.
     - The Indians have signed 36-year-old left-hander Oliver Perez for their struggling bullpen. This is Perez's eighth major league team. Perez pitched in 16 games with a 2.57 ERA this season at Triple-A after recording a 4.95 earned run average in 64 appearances for the Nationals last year.


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