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In a shocking contradiction to what we deserve, God offers grace that stretches further than all our sin. It is precisely that great scandal of grace that provokes us to bend our knee and live to glorify the Lord of grace.
 
- Paul Dunk
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K-HEART SPORTS - TUESDAY - 06/05/18 - MORNING EDITION

The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs winning streak stands at five.....

    MINOT, ND - The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs winning streak stands at five following a 14-6 win over the Pierre Trappers at Corbett Field last night. Sabre Dogs starting pitcher Aaron Kern gave up 4 earned runs on 6 hits, striking out 9 and giving up just one walk in 8 innings of work. Souris Valley has the second best record in the Expedition League at 7-3. The Sabre Dogs and Trappers finish up their two game series at Corbett Field tonight at 6:35 pm.

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    MINOT, ND - American Legion baseball is beginning to pick up the pace.

American Legion Baseball
    Class B
            Garrison 15, Makoti 9
            Garrison 20, Makoti 1

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    FARGO, N.D. - Game one of the Scheels Softball All-Start Series was played last night at Mickelson Field in Fargo. The East won 2-1 in 11 innings over the West. Game two of the series will be tonight at 6 pm in Mandan.

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    MINOT, ND - The final tournament of the high school sports season begins today as the State Class A Boys Golf Tournament begins at Heart River Golf Course in Dickinson.     Grand Forks Red River is the defending champion. Minot enters the two-day tournament having won the West Region Tournament last week. The last time Minot won the boys state tournament was 2003.

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     WASHINGTON (AP) - The Washington Capitals are one win away from the first Stanley Cup championship in the 43-year history of the franchise.
 
     T.J. Oshie, Tom Wilson and Devante Smith-Pelly all scored in the first period and the Capitals cruised from there in routing the Vegas Golden Knights 6-2 to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.
 
     Only the 1942 Detroit Red Wings have blown a 3-1 series lead after winning the first three games against Toronto.
 
     Game 5 is Thursday night in Las Vegas.

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     DETROIT (AP) - Yankees slugger Aaron Judge became the first player since at least 1920 with eight strikeouts in a doubleheader, including five punchouts in the nightcap as the Detroit Tigers beat New York 4-2 for a day-night split Monday.
 
     Leonys Martin had two hits and scored twice for Detroit in the second game after New York took the opener 7-4 behind Luis Severino's eight strong innings and a six-run fourth inning.
 
     Judge struck out eight times in nine at-bats, a record for a doubleheader during the liveball era, according to STATS. Judge struck out in each of his five at-bats in the late game, including with a runner aboard in the bottom of the ninth.
 
     The five strikeouts were a career high for Judge, who led the majors with 208 strikeouts while winning AL Rookie of the Year last season.
 
     The doubleheader made up rainouts from April 14 and 15. Both teams wore No. 42 for the second game because they were making up their postponed Jackie Robinson Day showdown.
 
     In a light MLB night:
 
     - One other AL game saw Mike Trout drive in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning for one of his two RBIs and the Los Angeles Angels defeated the Kansas City Royals 9-6. Justin Upton and Albert Pujols also had two RBIs and Jefry Marte hit a solo home run to help the Angels remain undefeated against the Royals this season.
 
     - Andrew McCutchen and Brandon Crawford opened a seven-run fourth inning with back-to-back home runs, and the San Francisco Giants got back to .500 on the season by beating the first-place Arizona Diamondbacks 10-3.
 
     - Cory Spangenberg homered and tripled, Raffy Lopez had a homer among his career-high three hits and Eric Hosmer and Franmil Reyes also went deep to lead the San Diego Padres over the NL East-leading Atlanta Braves 11-4. Clayton Richard (4-6) pitched seven strong innings for the Padres, who have won six of seven and remain in last place in the NL West.
 
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      SECAUCUS, N.J. (AP) - The Detroit Tigers selected Auburn right-hander Casey Mize with the No. 1 pick in the Major League Baseball draft Monday night.
 
     The announcement at MLB Network studios marked the second time the Tigers led off the draft, and first since they took Rice pitcher Matt Anderson in 1997.
 
     Mize had long been linked to the Tigers, and he pitched his way this season to the top spot on Detroit's list.
 
     With the second selection, San Francisco took slugging Georgia Tech catcher Joey Bart, the Atlantic Coast Conference player of the year.
 
     Wichita State third baseman Alec Bohm was the first of six players attending the draft to be selected, going third overall to Philadelphia.
 
     Oregon State second baseman Nick Madrigal went fourth to the Chicago White Sox.
 
     Rounding out the top five was Cincinnati, which took Florida third baseman Jonathan India.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - President Donald Trump has called off a visit by the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House today, citing the dispute over whether NFL players must stand during the playing of the national anthem.
 
     None of the Eagles took a knee during the anthem in 2017, although a couple of players had said they did not plan to attend the White House meeting..
 
     Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney replied with his own statement, saying that he is "equally proud of the Eagles' activism off the field" and that "disinviting them from the White House only proves that our President is not a true patriot, but a fragile egomaniac obsessed with crowd size and afraid of the embarrassment of throwing a party to which no one wants to attend."
 
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     SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - Dwight Clark will forever be remembered for one iconic moment, his leap in the back of the end zone to make a fingertip grab of a game-winning touchdown that launched the San Francisco 49ers dynasty and is one of the most indelible images in NFL history.
 
     Clark, the author of one play simply known as "The Catch," died Monday just more than one year after revealing he had ALS. He was 61.
 
     Former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr. said in a statement, "Today, I lost my little brother and one of my best friends. I cannot put into words how special Dwight was to me and to everyone his life touched. He was an amazing husband, father, grandfather, brother and a great friend and teammate. He showed tremendous courage and dignity in his battle with ALS and we hope there will soon be a cure for this horrendous disease."
 
     Clark said in March 2017 that he had amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (Lou Gehrig's disease), which attacks cells that control muscles. He suspected playing football might have caused the illness.
 
     The team said he died Monday surrounded by friends and family.
 
     Clark won two Super Bowls with the 49ers during a nine-year career that ended in 1987.
 
     In other NFL news:
 
     - The Chicago Bears have re-signed veteran tight end Zach Miller to a one-year contract, clearing the way for him to return from a gruesome injury last October that nearly cost him his left leg. Miller tore an artery while dislocating his knee trying to make a touchdown catch during the Week 8 game at New Orleans. He has undergone at least eight surgeries since then, but was walking on his own by late December.
 
     - The Denver Broncos held linebacker Shane Ray out of workouts today due to a sore wrist. Ray broke his left wrist in July and underwent three surgeries that caused him to miss the opening six games in 2017. He had one sack over the next eight contests before going back on injured reserve.
 
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     UNDATED (AP) - Officials at Alabama and Kentucky say that Hall of Fame former administrator and basketball coach C.M. Newton has died. He was 88. Newton was a member of Kentucky's 1951 NCAA championship squad during a basketball career spanning more than 50 years as a player, coach and administrator. Newton also influenced selection of the original U.S. Olympic "Dream Team" in 1992. Inducted into the Naismith Hall of Fame in 2000, Newton was also a member of several halls of fame.
 

 

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