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Park River and Thompson each have a chance to repeat as state champs at their respective State Legion Baseball Tournaments.....

    MINOT, ND - Park River and Thompson each have a chance to repeat as state champs at their respective State Legion Baseball Tournaments.

American Legion Baseball
    Class A
        State Tournament - Aafedt Stadium in Williston
                Park River 6, Grafton 1
                Fargo Bombers 12, Bismarck Reps 2 (6)

      Today's schedule
                Park River vs Fargo Bombers, 12 pm
                    (Park River must win twice to repeat)


American Legion Baseball
    Class B
        State Tournament - Langdon
                Carrington 13, Velva 7
                Thompson 3, LaMoure 2

      Today's schedule
                Carrington vs Thompson, 1 pm
                    (One win by Thompson and they repeat.)


    MINOT, ND - The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs went back-and-forth with the Badlands Big Sticks Saturday night, picking up a 7-6 walk-off win in extra innings. With runners on first and third and one out in the bottom of the tenth inning, Chauncey Callier drove a double to left field to score Brock Baughcum and give the Sabre Dogs the victory. The Sabre Dogs close out the regular season with game two against Badlands tonight at Corbett Field.


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Max Kepler had three hits, including a two-run homer that put Minnesota ahead to stay, and Jose Berrios threw seven sharp innings to help the Twins beat the Kansas City Royals 8-2 on Saturday night.
     Eddie Rosario and Logan Morrison also homered as the Twins won their second straight against the Royals. Kepler went 3 for 3 with a walk and scored two runs.
     Berrios (11-8) had trouble throwing strikes in his middle innings and allowed the Royals to take a 2-1 lead after walking the bases loaded in the third. But the All-Star right-hander settled down and remained unbeaten against AL Central opponents this season.
     The Twins regained the lead on Kepler's homer off Burch Smith (1-3) in the fourth. Rosario added a sacrifice fly in the fifth, and Logan Forsythe and Bobby Wilson each drove in a run in the sixth.


     UNDATED (AP) - The Boston Red Sox's lead in the American League East continues to grow. Boston now paces the division by a season-high 8 1/2 games after beating the New York Yankees for the third straight day.
     Nathan Eovaldi worked eight shutout innings and J.D. Martinez belted his major league-leading 33rd home run as the Bosox dumped the Yanks, 4-1.
     Eovaldi allowed just three hits, less than 24 hours after Rick Porcello fired a one-hitter against New York. He hasn't allowed a run in 15 innings over two starts since coming to the Red Sox.
     Martinez gave the Red Sox a 3-0 lead with a solo shot in the fourth, three innings after Mitch Moreland launched a two-run shot. Both home runs came off Chance Adams in his major league debut.
     The Yankees finally scored in the ninth off Craig Kimbrel and had the bases loaded when Greg Bird hit a routine flyball for the final out.
     Checking out the rest of Saturday's finals:
     - Corey Kluber fired a three-hitter and Leonys Martin homered for the second straight game as the Indians blanked the Angels, 3-0. Kluber struck out seven and improved to 14-6 with a 2.63 ERA. Michael Brantley reached base three times and delivered an RBI single in the sixth, two batters after Martin's blast opened the scoring.
     - The Twins rolled to an 8-2 win over the Royals behind home runs by Eddie Rosario, Max Kepler and Logan Morrison. Jose Berrios was sharp over seven innings, holding Kansas City to two runs and five hits. Minnesota remains nine games behind the AL Central-leading Indians.
     - Oakland's 2-1 win over Detroit keeps the Athletics five games behind the AL West-leading Astros and puts them 2 1/2 games ahead of Seattle for the final AL wild-card berth. Khris Davis and Matt Chapman hit third-inning homers and Edwin Jackson held the Tigers to an unearned run and five this over 6 1/3 innings. Davis has hit 30 home runs this season and nine since the All-Star break.
     - Houston clobbered the Dodgers as Josh Reddick slammed a three-run homer and Martin Maldonado collected three RBIs in a 14-0 assault in Los Angeles. Marwin Gonzalez and Jake Marisnick also homered for the Astros, who scored nine times over the final two innings. Houston starter Lance McCullers Jr. left the game after four innings due to right elbow discomfort.
     - Arizona leads the NL West by one game over the Dodgers after Nick Ahmed, Steven Souza Jr. and Ketel Marte drove in the Diamondbacks' runs in a 9-3 romp over the Giants. Ahmed was 3-for-3 with a three-run homer, four RBIs and three runs scored, and Marte crushed a two-run shot in the DBacks' five-run first. Souza had three RBIs to back Clay Buchholz, who struck out eight and gave up two runs in six innings.
     - Nick Williams smacked a three-run homer in the first inning to put the Phillies ahead to stay in an 8-3 romp over Miami. Asdrubal Cabrera hit his first home run since joining the Phillies, Cesar Hernandez added a two-run blast and Carlos Santana slammed a solo shot in Philadelphia's fourth consecutive victory. Zach Eflin was reached for three runs and four hits over eight-plus innings to move to 8-3.
     - The Braves are 1 1/2 games behind the NL East-leading Phils after Zach Wheeler struck out nine while scattering three hits in the Mets' 3-0 shutout of Atlanta. Austin Jackson had two hits and an RBI to help Wheeler extend his career-high winning streak to four straight starts. Jeff McNeil went 4-for-4 to snap out of a 2-for-21 slump in his previous seven games.
     - Anthony Rizzo and Kyle Schwarber homered while the Cubs put together a five-run second to beat the Padres, 5-4. Jason Heyward added three hits and an RBI for the NL Central leaders. The Chicago bullpen tossed 3 1/3 hitless innings after Kyle Hendricks was lifted with a one-run lead.
     - The Brewers stayed one game off the NL Central lead by exploding for six runs in the first inning of an 8-4 thumping of the Rockies. Travis Shaw belted a grand slam and Hernandez Perez added a solo shot one batter later. Freddy Peralta struck out eight over six innings and blanked Colorado until the fourth, when Trevor Story smacked the first of his two two-run homers.
     - Jedd Gyorko drove in three runs with a pair of doubles as the Cardinals doubled up the Pirates, 8-4. Gyorko hit a two-run double and broke a 4-4 deadlock with an RBI double in the fifth. Matt Carpenter homered and Dakota Hudson worked three hitless innings of reliever to get the win.
     - Phillip Ervin hit a three-run homer and Brandon Dixon added a solo shot as the Reds whipped the Nationals, 7-1 in Game 1 of a day-night doubleheader in Washington. Anthony DeSclafani allowed one run and six hits over seven innings of Cincinnati's first win in four games.
     - The Nats gained a split of the twinbill as Anthony Rendon went 3-for-4 with a pair of RBI doubles in a 6-2 downing of the Reds. Matt Adams added a solo shot and a run-scoring double in the Nationals' fourth win in five games. Jeremy Hellickson held Cincinnati to four hits over 5 2/3 innings, including solo shots by Eugenio Suarez and Jose Peraza.
     - Marco Estrada pitched one-hit ball over seven-plus innings as the Blue Jays handed the Mariners their fifth straight loss, 5-1. Estrada didn't give up a hit until Mitch Haniger's one-out double in the seventh. Devon Travis put Toronto on top with a two-run single in the third, two innings before Aledmys Diaz belted a solo homer that put the Jays ahead, 3-0.
     - Mike Minor was sharp in the Rangers' 3-1 victory against the Orioles, yielding one run and just four hits over seven innings. Joey Gallo opened the scoring in the fourth with a two-run blast and Rougned Odor went deep in the eighth. Baltimore is 13-43 on the road and a major league-worst 33-78 overall.
     - Tim Anderson led off the ninth with a double and scored the tiebreaking run on Matt Duffy's throwing error as the White Sox nipped the Rays, 2-1. Jose Abreu hit his 19th homer and Carlos Rodon allowed an unearned run over six innings for Chicago. Tampa Bay had just three hits in its 25th one-run loss.

     WATKINS GLEN, N.Y. (AP) - Denny Hamlin will start from the pole for Sunday's NASCAR Cup race at Watkins Glenn International. Hamlin drove the 2.45-mile layout at 125.534 mph to take the top spot in the No. 11 Toyota, ahead of Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Kyle Busch. It's Hamlin's 27th career pole in Cup. Chase Elliott will start third in the No. 9 Chevy, followed by Martin Truex Jr. and Kyle Larson.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Padres have placed left fielder Wil Myers on the 10-day disabled list for the third time this season, this time with a left foot bone bruise. Myers was injured Thursday night when he fouled a ball off the foot. He is hitting .278 with nine home runs and 30 RBIs in 44 games. Outfielder Franmil Reyes was recalled from Triple-A El Paso to replace Myers on the roster.
     In other baseball news:
     - Angels star outfielder Mike Trout was not in the starting lineup for the third straight game because of a sore right wrist. Trout hurt his wrist while sliding into a base earlier this week and the team is taking a cautious approach with the superstar.
     - After throwing a bullpen session on Saturday, Yu Darvish said he was pain-free and is "very optimistic" about returning to the Cubs rotation this season. Darvish threw 55 pitches, including warmups. The right-hander has been on the disabled list since late May with triceps and elbow injuries.
     - Rays infielder Daniel Robertson has been put on the 10-day disabled list with a sprained left thumb that could cause him to miss the rest of the season. Robertson was hurt sliding into second base on a double Friday night. He will see a hand specialist Sunday to determine if surgery will be required.
     - The Pirates have activated left fielder Corey Dickerson from the 10-day disabled list. Dickerson is second in the NL in hitting with a .318 average. He has been out since July 25 with a strained left hamstring.
     - Cardinals outfielder Dexter Fowler has landed on the 10-day DL with a broken left foot. Second baseman Kolten Wong was activated from the 10-day DL by St. Louis.
     - Rangers center fielder Delino DeShields has been placed on the disabled list with post-concussion syndrome more than three weeks after banging the back of his head when trying to make a sliding catch.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Pro Football Hall of Fame has welcomed eight new members. Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, Brian Urlacher, Brian Dawkins were enshrined in Canton, as are Robert Brazile, Jerry Kramer and Bobby Beathard. Terrell Owens was also inducted but declined to attend the ceremony.
     In other NFL news:
     - Odell Beckham Jr. says he has made significant strides in his recovery from a broken ankle, but he's still not 100 percent. The New York Giants receiver spoke to reporters Saturday for the first time since getting hurt in a game in early October. The three-time Pro Bowler says he is looking forward to having fun playing football again.
     - Josh Gordon remains absent from Browns training camp, but the team remains confident that the 27-year-old wide receiver will return at some point. Gordon, who has been suspended multiple times by the NFL for drug violations, is undergoing treatment for drug and alcohol addictions.
     - The Raiders have changed kickers, signing free agent Mike Nugent and waiving Giorgio Tavecchio. Nugent spent last year between Chicago and Dallas with four starts for each team, hitting 11 of 13 field goals in all with a long of 55 yards.
     - The Titans have added a pair of safeties to replace Johnathan Cyprien, agreeing to terms with Kenny Vaccaro and Jason Thompson. Cyprien suffered a season-ending torn left ACL on Wednesday.

     UNDATED (AP) - Anaheim Ducks netminder John Gibson has agreed to an eight-year, $51.2 million contract extension that runs through the 2026-27 season.
     Gibson has been a steady starter for the Ducks for the past three years. He set career highs last season with 31 victories and a .926 save percentage while playing in 60 games.
     In other NHL news:
     - The Golden Knights have avoided arbitration with forward William Karlsson by giving him a one-year, $5.25 million contract. Karlsson made $1 million while shattering career highs with 43 goals, 35 assists and 78 points last season. The 25-year-old Swedish native helped Vegas win the Pacific Division and reach the Stanley Cup Final.

     MONTREAL (AP) - Serena Williams has pulled out of next week's Rogers Cup hard-court tournament, citing personal reasons. The 23-time Grand Slam champion is coming off the most lopsided defeat of her career, a 6-1, 6-0 loss to Johanna Konta in San Jose, California, on Tuesday. The 36-year-old Williams was the runner-up at Wimbledon last month.





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