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The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs season came to an end last night at Corbett Field with a 12-9 loss to Badlands in the first round of the playoffs.....

    MINOT, ND - The Souris Valley Sabre Dogs season came to an end last night at Corbett Field with a 12-9 loss to Badlands in the first round of the playoffs. The Sabre Dogs jumped out to the early lead scoring six in the second inning going up 7-0. The Big Sticks chipped away and then tallied eight runs in the seventh to take the lead for good.

    Badlands advances to the Expedition League Championship series this weekend. They will play Western Nebraska who defeated Hastings 7-2 in the other playoff game last night.

    Souris Valley ends their inaugural season with a 40-25 overall record. Milestones included a 13-game win streak in the month of June, a team stolen base total of over 225, and a Lewis Division Regular-Season Championship.

    MINOT, N.D. (MSU) - Senior Taryn Love and sophomore Jordyn Cook each tallied goals leading the White team to a 2-0 victory over the Green team on Tuesday in the 8th Annual Midnight Madness at Herb Parker Stadium. Love scored a first-period goal and Cook added a goal in the second period to lift the White team to the win.

    Erin Rafferty and Rebecca Kostenko split time in goal for the White team. Rafferty made three saves during her time in net, while Kostenko turned aside two shots. Mackenzie Long went the distance for the Green team in goal and made seven saves.

    The Beavers will travel to Canada for a series of scrimmages on Aug. 16-20 before opening the season on Aug. 30 against Black Hills State at 3 p.m. in Herb Parker Stadium.


    BURNSVILLE, Minn. (MSU) - Minot State has been selected to finish last in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference preseason volleyball poll. The Beavers, who finished the 2017 season with a 5-24 overall record, received 28 points in the voting among the conference head coaches and were picked to finish 16th this year. Minot State returns five starters and libero Karli Koza from last year's team. Minot State opens the 2018 season at the Minnesota State Moorhead Tournament on Aug. 24-25.


     CLEVELAND (AP) - Fernando Rodney struck out Francicso Lindor with the tying run on second base in the ninth inning after Adalberto Mejia pitched one-hit ball over five innings, and the Minnesota Twins beat the Cleveland Indians 3-2 on Tuesday night.
     Lindor homered in the eighth but struck out looking on a 2-2 pitch as Rodney recorded his 325th career save - moving him into 17th place on the career list.
     Yan Gomes led off the ninth and was credited with a hit after Miguel Sano bobbled his groundball behind third base. Sano recovered, but Gomes beat the throw. Jason Kipnis struck out and pinch-hitter Melky Cabrera flied out.
     Gomes took second on Mitch Garver's passed ball, but Rodney closed out his 25th save this season.
     A bloop single by Lindor in the first was the only hit off Mejia (2-0), making his fourth start and fifth appearance of the season. The left-hander retired the last 12 hitters he faced and was pulled after throwing 68 pitches with a strained left wrist.
     Gabriel Moya relieved Mejia to begin the sixth. The injury was announced the following inning.
     Minnesota's pitching rebounded from a 10-0 loss Monday. Cleveland managed only two hits through seven innings, but Lindor's homer and pinch-hitter Leonys Martin's sacrifice fly made it a one-run game.
     Garver's homer in the second inning denied Carlos Carrasco (13-6) a chance to move into a tie for the AL lead in wins. The right-hander allowed three runs in 6 1/3 innings.
     Eddie Rosario was 4 for 5 and is batting .355 (21 for 59) in 14 games against Cleveland this season.
     Mejia dominated the Indians at Target Field last week, also pitching five scoreless innings and allowing one hit. He struggled against the first two hitters Tuesday before quickly settling in.
     Lindor's popup fell in shallow right field. First baseman Joe Mauer raced out with his back to home plate and right fielder Max Kepler charged in, but the ball dropped between the two.
     Mejia hit Michael Brantley with a pitch, but retired the next three hitters. Jose Ramirez hit into a forceout that moved Lindor to third, but Encarnacion flied out to shallow right and Mejia caught Brandon Guyer's soft liner to the mound.
     Mejia walked Yonder Alonso to lead off the second, but that was the last baserunner he allowed.
     Garver's homer also ended stretch of 22 straight scoreless innings by Cleveland's pitching against Minnesota.
     The start of the game was delayed by rain for 2 hours, 10 minutes.
     UP NEXT
     RHP Jake Odorizzi (4-7, 4.60) starts for Minnesota today against RHP Mike Clevinger (7-7, 3.48).


     CHICAGO (AP) - Maya Moore scored 31 points to help the Minnesota Lynx beat the Chicago Sky 85-64 on Tuesday night to end a three-game losing streak.
     Minnesota started the second half on a 12-0 run for a 51-38 lead and outscored the Sky 29-15 in the third quarter. Chicago didn't make its first fourth-quarter field goal until the 5:28 mark.
     Danielle Robinson had 12 points and 11 assists in her first start of the season for short-handed Minnesota (16-13). She replaced a resting Lindsay Whalen. The Lynx were also without Rebekkah Brunson after getting knocked in the face in the team's previous game.
     Moore was 11 of 17 from the field and Minnesota shot 53 percent. All five Lynx starters scored in double figures.
     Allie Quigley hit four 3-pointers and scored 22 points for Chicago (10-19). Courtney Vandersloot had 11 points and seven assists.
     Several Chicago Bulls players were in attendance, including Jabari Parker, Bobby Portis and Antonio Blakeney.

     UNDATED (AP) - The Houston Astros have completed a two-game sweep in San Francisco by rallying from a 1-0 deficit in the late innings for the second straight day.
     Tyler White belted a two-run homer in the eighth to send the Astros past the Giants, 2-1. Marwin Gonzalez sparked the rally with a leadoff double, one night after slamming a go-ahead, three-run homer with two out in the ninth.
     Dallas Keuchel held the Giants to one run and three hits over six innings, blanking San Francisco following Chase d'Arnaud's RBI single in the second.
     Joe Smith was credited with the Astros' fifth win in six games, striking out the two hitters he faced to improve to 4-1.
     The Giants wasted Madison Bumgarner's seven scoreless innings and lost for the fourth time in five games to fall a game under .500.
     Checking out Tuesday's other MLB finals:
     - The Dodgers' 4-2 win at Oakland gives Los Angeles a half-game lead over Arizona in the NL West and puts the Athletics 5 1/2 games behind the AL West-leading Astros. Rich Hill walked four in just 5 1/3 innings but held the A's to two runs and three hits. Khris Davis slammed his 32nd home run to get the Athletics within 3-2 in the sixth.
     - The Diamondbacks were nicked up by the Phillies as Nick Pivetta and Nick Williams led Philadelphia to a 5-2 victory at Phoenix. Williams hit a solo homer and Pivetta scattered four hits over six innings as the Phils stretched their lead in the NL East to 1  1/2 games over Atlanta. Zack Greinke (GREHN'-kee) was the loser despite yielding just one run and three hits over seven innings.
     - The Nationals won for the ninth time in 12 games by thumping the Braves, 8-3 in the opener of a day-night doubleheader. Bryce Harper and Ryan Zimmerman hit consecutive homers in a four-run fourth that helped Rookie Jefry Rodriguez get his first major league win. Rodriguez got his first big league hit, scored once and gave up a run and three hits over five innings.
     - Ender Inciarte gave the Braves a split of the twinbill by lining a tiebreaking, two-run triple in the ninth inning of a 3-1 victory at Nationals Park. Charlie Culberson tied it with a solo shot in the sixth, five innings after rookie Juan Soto hit his 14th home run of the season. Jesse Biddle struck out four of the five batters he faced and improved to 3-0.
     - Mike Montgomery and three relievers combined on a six-hitter as the Cubs blanked the Royals, 5-0. Montgomery scattered four hits over six innings for Chicago, which leads the NL Central by 2 1/2 games over Milwaukee. David Bote laced a two-run triple in the first to open the scoring and added a RBI single in the fifth.
     - The Brewers squandered a 4-0 lead as the Padres scored in each of the last seven innings of an 11-5 romp at Milwaukee. Manuel Margot fell a double shy of the cycle, going 3-for-5 with a solo homer, an RBI triple, a two-run single and five RBIs. Hunter Renfroe and Franmil Reyes also homered for the Padres, who have won two straight since dropping nine of 10.
     - Mitch Moreland belted a three-run homer while the Red Sox scored five times in the 10th inning of their fifth consecutive win, 10-7 at Toronto. Jackie Bradley Jr. added a two-run homer later in the 10th and Moreland finished with four RBIs for Boston. Bosox slugger J.D. Martinez also had four RBIs and slammed his major league-leading 34th home run, a three-run blast in the eighth.
     - The Red Sox still lead the AL East by nine games over the Yankees after Miguel Andujar homered and singled in the go-ahead run in the 13th inning of New York's 4-3 victory against the White Sox. Giancarlo Stanton added a two-run shot as New York won its second straight following a five-game skid. After Stanton's homer made it 3-1 in the 10th, Jose Abreu hit a two-run homer against Zach Britton in the bottom half to extend the game.
     - Mitch Garver's three-run homer in the second inning was enough offense for the Twins in a 3-2 victory at Cleveland. Adalberto Mejia held the AL Central leaders to one hit and one walk over five scoreless innings before the Minnesota bullpen completed a six-hitter. Francisco Lindor hit an eighth-inning homer for the Indians, who top their division by nine games over the Twins.
     - Matt Carpenter's 30th home run of the season broke a 2-2 tie in the eighth inning of the Cardinals' 3-2 victory against the Marlins. Carpenter has homered 13 times in his last 22 games to take over the National League lead by one over Colorado's Nolan Arenado. Miami led 2-0 until Paul DeJong hit a two-run blast in the seventh.
     - Jordy Mercer smacked a three-run homer and Josh Harrison added a two-run shot and three RBIs as the Pirates trashed the Rockies, 10-2. Starling Marte put Pittsburgh ahead with a first-inning blast before the Bucs scored four times in the fourth and five in the fifth. Jameson Taillon threw 107 pitches in a complete-game 10-hitter, blanking Colorado until Carlos Gonzalez doubled home a pair in the sixth.
     - Jurrickson Profar slammed a three-run homer and Rougned Odor added a two-run shot and four RBIs as the Rangers ripped the Mariners, 11-4. Adrian Beltre also went deep and Bartolo Colon worked seven innings in his 246th career victory, making him the winningest Latin American-born pitcher in major league history. Seattle is 7 1/2 games off the AL West leading following its sixth loss in seven games.
     - Shohei Ohtani cracked a three-run homer while the Angels scored seven times in the first inning to a 11-5 thrashing of the Tigers. Francisco Arcia capped the first-inning eruption with a two-run single and Justin Upton added a two-run blast in the sixth. Jeimer Candelerio belted a two-run homer and had three RBIs for Detroit.
     - Tampa Bay pulled out a 4-3 win over the Orioles on a walk-off homer by Willy Adames in the bottom of the ninth. The Rays trailed 3-1 in the eighth before scoring on a wild pitch and a double-play grounder. Adames and Matt Duffy each had two of the Rays' six hits.
     - Phillip Ervin launched a two-run homer and had three RBIs to back Sal Romano in the Reds' 6-1 win against the Mets. Dilson Herrera also homered and Romano limited New York to a run and two hits over six innings. Jason Vargas was chased during a three-run first, leaving him 2-8 with an 8.75 ERA.

    UNDATED (AP) - Boston Red Sox ace Chris Sale is scheduled to come off the 10-day disabled list and start against the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday. Sale has not pitched since July 27 against Minnesota because of mild left shoulder inflammation. The Cy Young Award candidate is 11-4 and leads the American League with a 2.04 ERA and 207 strikeouts.
     In other news from the majors:
     - Angels rookie Shohei Ohtani will throw a bullpen session Saturday in the latest significant step in the two-way sensation's return to the mound. Ohtani hasn't pitched since June 6 after spraining a ligament in his elbow. Ohtani and the Angels are attempting to determine whether he can return to regular pitching without needing Tommy John surgery.
     - Yankees outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury is officially out for the season following left hip surgery that has an expected recovery time of about six months. The 34-year-old Ellsbury has been out all season with a number of injuries, including an oblique strain and sore back.
     - The Nationals have signed free agent reliever Greg Holland, who was designated for assignment on July 27 after recording a 7.92 ERA in 32 games for the Cardinals. Holland pitched a scoreless seventh inning in Game 1 of Washington's doubleheader Tuesday, striking out three and walking one.
     - The Brewers have put right-hander Matt Albers on the 10-day disabled list because of a strained left hamstring. Right-hander Jordan Lyles, claimed off waivers Sunday from San Diego, was added to the roster.
     - Red Sox television analyst and former second baseman Jerry Remy is again battling cancer. NESN announced Remy's latest diagnosis in a statement Tuesday, saying "at this time, Jerry's focus is on his medical treatment." He was not a part of NESN's broadcast team for Tuesday night's game against the Blue Jays.

     UNDATED (AP) - Antonio Callaway is proving to be a possession receiver, but not in the manner the Cleveland Browns had hoped.
     The Browns rookie has been cited for marijuana possession after his car was pulled over by police in Strongville, Ohio, Sunday morning. The police report says Callaway failed to yield to oncoming traffic and was in possession of a "small amount" of marijuana under his seat.
     Callaway also was driving with a suspended license.
     The Browns selected Callaway in the fourth round of this year's draft despite his troubled past at Florida. He was suspended last season for involvement in a credit card fraud case. He also tested positive for marijuana at the NFL combine in February, which caused teams to stay away from him.
     In other NFL news:
     - Colts coach Frank Reich says Andrew Luck will start and is expected to play about a quarter in Thursday night's preseason opener at Seattle. Luck has not played in more than 19 months while recovering from surgery on his throwing shoulder in January 2017.
     - The Titans have agreed to terms with tight end Jerome Cunningham and linebacker Brandon Chubb. They also have waived tight end Phillip Supernaw and have placed linebacker Nate Palmer on injured reserve.
     - Second-year Jets safety Jamal Adams told Bleacher Report in a story published Tuesday that the team appeared used to losing and some players wanted to do only the bare minimum. In an interview conducted a few months ago, Adam claimed a several teammates wanted to do the bare minimum and didn't want to take that extra step. He said Tuesday that he has no regrets about the comments and also acknowledged that he was speaking about players who are no longer with the team, but did not identify them.

     CHICAGO (AP) - Hockey Hall of Famer Stan Mikita has died at 78.
     His death was announced Tuesday by the Chicago Blackhawks, the team he helped lead to the Stanley Cup in 1961. The Blackhawks did not disclose details but said he was with his family.
     Mikita spent his entire 22-year NHL career with the Blackhawks and is the team's all-time leader with 926 assists, 1,467 points and 1,394 games played. He's also second to Bobby Hull with 541 goals.
     Mikita became the first player to have his jersey retired by the Blackhawks in 1980. He was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame three years later.
     His career was recognized in the 1992 movie "Wayne's World," in which he played himself as the owner of the Stan Mikita Donuts restaurant.

     NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) - Kenya's Nicholas Bett, the 2015 world champion in the 400-meter hurdles, has been killed in a road accident. He was 28.
     Nandi County police commander Patrick Wambani says Bett was killed in the car crash early Wednesday in Kenya's high-altitude training region in the west of the country.
     Bett's coach, Vincent Mumo, says the athlete's SUV hit bumps in a road and rolled.
     Bett won gold in the 400 hurdles at the world championships in Beijing. He had only returned from the African championships in Nigeria on Monday.


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