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Two state tournament are set to begin tomorrow in Grand Forks.....

    MINOT, ND - Two state tournament are set to begin tomorrow in Grand Forks.

High School Boys Soccer
    State Tournament - Grand Forks
        First Round - (Thu, 10/11)
            (1E) Fargo Davies vs. (4W) Mandan, 12 noon
            (2W) Bismarck High vs. (3E) Grand Forks Central, 2:15 p.m.
            (1W) Bismarck Century vs. (4E) Fargo South, 4:30 p.m.
            (2E) West Fargo vs. (3W) Minot, 6:40 p.m.

High School Boys Tennis
    State Tournemant
        First Round - (Thu, 10/11)
            (1E) Grand Forks Central vs. (4W) Bismarck Century, 10 am
            (2W) Minot vs. (3E) Fargo South, 10 am
            (1W) Bismarck Legacy vs. (4E) West Fargo Sheyenne,
            (2E) Grand Forks Red River vs. (3W) Williston,


     UNDATED (AP) - After a full week of baseball, some days noon until night, the four remaining playoff teams get a couple days to regroup.
     The National League Championship Series gets going first on Friday, with the Milwaukee Brewers hosting the Los Angeles Dodgers. Los Angeles beat Milwaukee 4-3 in the season series. Both teams won division titles with one-game playoff victories the day after the regular season.
     The Red Sox are set for a postseason rematch with the World Series champion Astros on Saturday. Boston eliminated the Yankees with a dramatic 4-3 victory last night in Game 4 of their AL Division Series, and now rookie manager Alex Cora and his club will wait until Saturday night to open the AL Championship Series against Houston at Fenway Park.
     Ace lefty Chris Sale figures to get the ball for the Sox after making an impressive turn in a setup role for the eighth inning last night. It'll also mark a reunion for Cora and the Astros - he was the bench coach during their championship run last season. "I've been talking about them the whole season, so now we go," Cora said. "Best of seven. They know me. I know them. It should be fun."
     - The Yankees have lost four straight postseason home games to the Red Sox, and now they'll watch on TV as Boston chases a fourth World Series title in 15 years - New York has just one pennant and championship during that span (2009).
     - The Yankees begin an offseason that's sure to bring a few changes. CC Sabathia, Brett Gardner, David Robertson and J.A. Happ can become free agents, and New York could be major a player in an anticipated free agent market that will likely include Manny Machado, Bryce Harper, Patrick Corbin, Dallas Keuchel and possibly even Clayton Kershaw.
     - Braves manager Brian Snitker expects to find out this week whether general manager Alex Anthopolous will bring him back. Snitker is not yet under contract for 2019, though there's nothing to indicate he won't return for his third full year at the helm - especially after a season that makes him one of the leading candidates for NL manager of the year. Still, Anthopolous met with Snitker and the coaching staff yesterday and didn't make any promises. "Until something gets done ... I understand that you're never guaranteed tomorrow," said Snitker, who turns 63 next week. "I don't know. I know I'd like to (return). I enjoyed it. I love that group in there."
     - San Diego is hunting for a new hitting coach a day after firing Matt Stairs. The rebuilding Padres continued to rank at or near the bottom of the majors in key offensive stats in their first year under Stairs. His replacement will be the Padres' 10th hitting coach since Petco Park opened in 2004. While saying he felt Stairs did a good job with mostly younger players, general manager A.J. Preller said he and manager Andy Green decided that the team needed a different approach. The team is expected to promote someone from within the organization.

         ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (AP) - Two-time U.S. Open champion Retief Goosen and three-time major champion Jan Stephenson are among five people selected for induction into the World Golf Hall of Fame.
     A 16-member panel of mostly golf administrators also selected retired Augusta National chairman Billy Payne, LPGA charter member and renowned teacher Peggy Kirk Bell and Dennis Walters, who has been inspiring golfers through clinics despite being paralyzed from the chest down since he was 24.
     Goosen recovered from a lightning strike to win 33 times worldwide, including U.S. Opens at Southern Hills and Shinnecock Hills. Stephenson won the LPGA Championship, U.S. Women's Open and du Maurier Classic among her 16 titles on the LPGA Tour.
     The induction will be June 10, the Monday of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach.


   (Copyright 2018 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)


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