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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 Minot Minotauros season ended the way in began back in September, with a loss to the Shreveport Mudbugs

    MINOT, ND (NAHL) - The Minot Minotauros season ended the way in began back in September, with a loss to the Shreveport Mudbugs. In the season opener it was a 3-1 Mudbugs win. Last night it was a 2-1 final in the NAHL Robertson Cup Championship game in Blaine, MN. Nolan Sawchuk scored the Tauros only goal of the game in the first period. Samu Lonkila made 23 saves for Minot. Sawchuk and Miroslav Mucha were named to the All-Tournament team.


    MINOT, ND - The Northwest Sub-Region Softball Tournament for Class B teams began yesterday at the South Hill Softball Complex here in Minot

High School Girls Softball
    Class B
        Sub-Region Tournament - South Hill Complex in Minot
            First Round
                Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark 20, Glenburn 4
                Stanley 11, Kenmare-Bowbells-MLS 8
                Bishop Ryan 10, Velva 1
                Ray 12, Westhope-Newburg-Bottineau 1
            Loser Out
                Kenmare-Bowbells-MLS 23, Glenburn 2
                Westhope-Newburg-Bottineau 14, Velva 13 (8)
                Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark 11, Stanley 1
                Bishop Ryan 27, Ray 9

        Today's schedule
            West Region Qualifier
                Ray vs Kenmare-Bowbells-MLS, 4 pm
                Stanley vs Westhope-Newburg-Bottineau, 4 pm
                Des Lacs-Burlington-Lewis & Clark vs Bishop Ryan, 6 pm


    MINOT, ND - Monday scoreboard.

High School Baseball
    Class A
            Minot 3, Bismarck Legacy 0
            Minot 7, Bismarck Legacy 1

    Class B
            Bishop Ryan 9, MLS-Glenburn-Kenmare-Bowbells 7
            Bishop Ryan 9, MLS-Glenburn-Kenmare-Bowbells 6

            Rugby 3, Harvey-Wells County 0

High School Girls Softball
    Class A
            Jamestown 18, Williston 2
            Jamestown 15, Williston 0

            Dickinson 7, Bismarck Legacy 2
            Dickinson 7, Bismarck Legacy 2

High School Girls Tennis
            Bismarck Legacy 5, Bismarck High 4

High School Boys Golf
    Class A
        Minot Invite - Minot Country Club
            1. Bismarck Century, 309
            2. Minot, 313
            3. Bismarck High, 321
            4. Dickinson, 342
            5. Williston, 345
            6. Jamestown, 345
            7. Mandan, 349
            8. Bismarck St. Mary's, 356
            9. Turtle Mountain, 375
            10. Bismarck Legacy, 423

        Medalist: Jackson Ward, Bismarck Century 72

    Class B
        Region 4 Qualifier - Vardon Golf Course in Minot
            1. Our Redeemer's, 337
            2. Northern Lights, 337
            3. Harvey-Wells County 350
            4. Glenburn, 370
            5. Bottineau, 379
            6. Rugby, 392
            7. Central McLean 409
            8. Bishop Ryan, 425

        Medalist: Matt Hendrickson, Our Redeemer's 71


     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - First baseman Logan Morrison's throwing error in the eighth inning accounted for the game's only run as the Seattle Mariners defeated the Minnesota Twins 1-0 after a long rain delay Monday night.
     Dee Gordon led off the eighth with a double against reliever Trevor Hildenberger (1-1). Jean Segura laid down a sacrifice bunt and Morrison threw the ball into right field, allowing Gordon to score.
     James Pazos (1-0) got the win in relief of starter Wade LeBlanc, who tossed six scoreless innings. Nick Vincent worked a 1-2-3 eighth and Edwin Diaz struck out the side in the ninth for his AL-leading 14th save in 15 chances.
     LeBlanc made his third start since joining the Mariners' rotation at the beginning of May and was sharp once again. He allowed just three runners, none of whom reached second base. He's given up only one earned run in 15 innings as a starter this year.
     Twins starter Jake Odorizzi wasn't quite as sharp, but he also threw six shutout innings, giving up four hits and one walk while striking out seven. He worked out of jams in the fifth and sixth to keep the Mariners off the scoreboard.
     Ryon Healy led off the fifth with a double and Ben Gamel drew a one-out walk. But then Odorizzi fanned Gordon Beckham for the second out, and shortstop Ehire Adrianza ran down Gordon's broken-bat blooper in short center to end the inning.
     Segura led off the sixth with another double, but Odorizzi stranded runners at the corners when he struck out Healy on a diving splitter, his 97th and final pitch of the night.
     The game was originally scheduled for April 8 but got postponed because of inclement weather. The first pitch Monday was pushed back 1 hour, 42 minutes due to rain.

     MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Minnesota catcher Jason Castro will have surgery on today to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. Twins manager Paul Molitor said Monday he had been told Castro could miss four-to-six weeks. Dr. Richard Steadman is to operate in Vail, Colorado.
     "We know he has a history, then he tweaks it, then it feels good, and eventually it starts flaring up again and you try to find out what's going on," Molitor said. "Finally, between different people talking over, analyzing his history and himself, and images that they were able to get through testing that this was probably the right thing to do."
     The 30-year-old Castro has been on the disabled list since May 5. Castro is hitting .143 with three RBIs in 19 games and tried to play through knee pain for the previous few weeks.

     HOUSTON (AP) - Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson and the Golden State Warriors have taken Game 1 of the NBA's Western Conference finals. Durant poured in 37 points and Thompson added 28 as the Warriors handled the Rockets, 119-106 in Houston. Stephen Curry had 18 points for the defending champs, who started a playoff series on the road for the first time in four years.
     Thompson cut off a pair of fourth-quarter rallies by the Rockets. Houston pulled within four in the opening minute of the period before Thompson scored the first eight points of a 13-4 spurt that put Golden State ahead 100-87 with about eight minutes left. Thompson later nailed a wide open 3 after the Rockets cut their deficit to 103-96 about three minutes later.
     James Harden had a game-high 41 points for the Rockets, who lost at home for the second time this postseason. Houston guard Chris Paul finished with 23 points and 11 rebounds.
     Game 2 is Wednesday at Houston.

     WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) - The Vegas Golden Knights have stolen home-ice advantage in the NHL's Western Conference final. The series is tied at a game apiece after Jonathan Marchessault scored twice and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 29 shots to help the Knights knock off the Jets, 3-1 at Winnipeg.
     The game was scoreless until Tomas Tatar and Marchessault scored four minutes apart late in the opening period. Marchessault added the insurance tally with 11:15 remaining, 88 seconds after Kyle Connor ended Fleury's shutout bid and got the Jets within one goal.
     Connor Hellebuyck stopped 25 shots for the Jets, who head to Las Vegas for Game 3 on Wednesday.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Atlanta Braves find themselves 10 games over .500 for the first time in nearly four years.
     The Braves won for the sixth time in seven games by belting three home runs in a 6-5 decision over the Cubs at Wrigley Field. Ozzie Albies went deep on the game's second pitch, Jose Bautista added a three-run blast and Tyler Flowers smacked his first homer of the season.
     The power surge helped Julio Teheran improve to 4-1. Teheran yielded four runs over six innings as the Braves improved to 25-15, good for a 1  1/2-game lead over Philadelphia in the National League East.
     Elsewhere in the majors:
     - The Diamondbacks stretched their season-worst losing streak to six games as pinch-hitter Tyler Saladino and Jonathan Villar homered in the Brewers' 7-2 romp at Arizona. Center fielder A.J. Pollock left the game with an apparent left arm injury after diving in vain for Saladino's line drive in the ninth inning, turning the hit into an inside-the-park home run. Milwaukee went ahead 5-2 in the ninth on Villar's second home run of the season, then tacked on two more with two out on Saladino's sprint.
     - Gerardo Parra crushed a go-ahead, three-run homer in the sixth winning to help the Rockies win for just the second time in six games, 6-4 at San Diego. Noel Cuevas banged out his first big league blast and Daniel Castros also homered to support Tyler Anderson, who gave up three earned runs over 5 2/3s. Padres outfielder Franmil Reyes went 0-for-4 in his major league debut after slamming 14 homers with Triple-A El Paso.
     - Andrew McCutchen doubled in his first two at-bats to reach 1,500 career hits before the Giants snapped the Reds' season-high, six-game winning streak, 10-7. Brandon Belt homered and knocked in three runs to help the Giants get their second win in a row since a six-game skid. Tucker Barnhart homered and had three RBIs, Scott Schebler hit a solo shot and Adam Duvall added a three-run homer for Cincinnati.
     - The Angels have pulled into a virtual first-place tie with the Astros in the AL West by getting strong pitching from Andrew Heaney in a 2-1 win against Houston. Heaney struck out 10 and limited the Astros to five baserunners over a career-high eight innings. Justin Upton singled home the tiebreaking run in the sixth to push the Halos nine games over .500.
     - The Athletics rode solo homers by Khris Davis, Matt Olson and Matt Joyce to a 6-5 win over the Red Sox in Boston. Sean Manaea (mah-NY'-ah) was reached for three earned runs and eight hits in six-plus innings after tossing a no-hitter in his previous meeting with the Bosox last month. Rick Porcello lost for the first time in six decisions this season as Boston fell a half-game behind the AL East-leading Yankees.
     - Niko Goodrum homered twice and collected five RBIs to lead the Tigers past Cleveland, 6-3. Goodrum hit a two-run shot in the fourth inning and a three-run homer in the eighth as Detroit moved back within two games of the AL Central-leading Indians. Jose Ramirez belted his 13th homer of the year for the Indians, who are back to .500 after losing at home to the Tigers for the first time in 12 games.
     - Dee Gordon led off the eighth with a double and came around to score on first baseman Logan Morrison's throwing error as the Mariners pulled out a 1-0 decision over the Twins. Wade LaBlanc threw six scoreless frames and didn't allow any of his three baserunners to reach second.
     - Matt Duffy had three hits and drove in both Tampa Bay runs in a 2-1 victory at Kansas City. Adeiny Hechevarria (ah-DAY'-nee eh-cheh-vah-REE'-uh) scored the tiebreaking run by eluding catcher Salvador Perez at the plate in the sixth inning.

     UNDATED (AP) - Texas Rangers third baseman Adrian Beltre could land on the disabled list Tuesday after aggravating his left hamstring during Sunday's loss at Houston. Beltre was off the DL only five days before experiencing a similar feeling but in a different area of the hamstring. He will undergo an examination before Tuesday's series opener against Seattle.
     In other major league news:
     - Robinson Cano will have his right hand examined on Tuesday, which will give the Mariners a better idea of the projected length of absence for the eight-time All-Star second baseman. Cano broke the pinkie finger of his right hand when hit by a pitch from Tigers left-hander Blaine Hardy on Sunday.
     - The Rockies have added All-Star second baseman DJ LeMahieu to their the 10-day disabled list and recalled infielder Pat Valaika from Triple-A Albuquerque. LeMahieu sprained his left thumb while taking a swing during Sunday's loss to Milwaukee. He was batting .279 with five home runs and 13 RBIs.
     - Knuckleballer Steven Wright has returned to the Boston Red Sox after serving a 15-game suspension under Major League Baseball's domestic violence policy. The 33-year-old right-hander accepted the penalty in March without an appeal and served the punishment after coming off the disabled list.
     - Cardinals right-hander Adam Wainwright may go back on the disabled list after aggravating an elbow injury. Wainwright has already done one DL stint for the elbow, but he said after a rough start Sunday against San Diego he needs "to pause and get it right." The 36-year-old is 1-3 with a 4.00 ERA in four starts this season, walking 14 over 18 innings.
     - The Tigers have put third baseman Jeimer Candelario on the 10-day disabled list with left wrist tendinitis. Detroit announced the move today and made it retroactive to Sunday. Infielder Dawel Lugo was recalled from Triple-A Toledo.
     - Major League Baseball has extended the administrative leave of Blue Jays closer Roberto Osuna by seven days through May 21. The commissioner's office continues to investigate a charge of assault filed against the All-Star.

     ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) - Denver Broncos running back De'Angelo Henderson is recovering from minor shoulder and ankle injuries. He was hurt over the weekend when his Jeep was hit by a driver fleeing police in a stolen vehicle. KCNC-TV in Denver reports that a 36-year-old woman was in custody after she allegedly struck several vehicles while evading police Saturday night in Parker, Colorado, sending four people to the hospital.


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