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K-Heart Sports - Friday - 08/02/19 - PM Edition

After a weather delay yesterday, play resumed this morning at the State Class B Legion Baseball Tournament in Hazen....

    MINOT, ND - After a weather delay yesterday, play resumed this morning at the State Class B Legion Baseball Tournament in Hazen.

American Legion Baseball
    Class B
        State Tournament - Slinde Field in Hazen
            Second Round
                Mayport CG 2, Fargo Bombers 1
                Thompson 6, Carrington 0 (Marcus Hughes throws a no-hitter)
            Loser Out
                Carrington 9, Hettinger 5 (9)
                Hazen vs Fargo Bombers, 4 pm
            Third Round
                Mayport CG vs Thompson, 7 pm
                
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    MINOT, ND - Third day of the State Class A Legion Baseball Tournament in Bismarck today.

American Legion Baseball
    Class A
        State Tournament - Dwyer Field in Bismarck
             Loser Out
                (W1) Dickinson Volunteers 8, (W4) Mandan A's 4
                (W2) Bismarck Capitals vs (W3) Bismarck Reps, 3 pm
            Third Round
                (E1) Fargo Jets vs (E2) Kindred, 7 pm    
 
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    WARE-INJURED

    BISMARCK, ND - The North Dakota two-time Gatorade Player Of The Year in both volleyball and basketball has suffered an injury that will most likely keep her off the court for her senior season. Bismark Century's Lauren Ware tore the ACL in her left knee at a summer volleyball tournament in Sioux Falls, South Dakota this past weekend.

    The 6-5 Ware has been highly recruited by Division 1 schools and recently narrowed the list down to five including UCLA, Minnesota, Arizona, Texas and Tennessee.

    Ware helped the Patriots win three consecutive state volleyball championships and back to back basketball titles.

    She was recently named the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association High School Female Athlete Of The Year. No word on her surgery or expected recovery time.

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    MINNESOTA TWINS

    MINNEAPOLIS - After winning five of seven road games, the Minnesota Twins return home to begin a ten game homestand starting tonight. The first of three against Kansas City is tonight. Martin Perez (8-4, 4.38 ERA) is scheduled to start for the Twins. Glenn Sparkman (3-7, 5.25 ERA) goes for the Royals. The rest of the homestand includes three games against Atlanta and four against the Cleveland Indians. Entering play tonight Minnesota holds a three game lead over Cleveland in the American League Central standings.

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     MLB-NEWS

     UNDATED (AP) - Cleveland Indians pitcher Danny Salazar has returned to the injured list with a strained right groin, one day after appearing in his first game in two years. Salazar, troubled by injuries to his right arm the last two seasons, pitched Thursday for the first time since the 2017 Division Series. He allowed two runs in four innings against Houston. Afterward, he said the groin bothered him during the game. Salazar made the All-Star team in 2016, but has been dealing with injuries since. He didn't pitch last season and had shoulder surgery last July.

     Pitcher Tyler Olson has been placed on the 10-day IL because of a non-baseball medical condition. Hunter Wood and Phil Maton were recalled from Triple-A Columbus.

     In other MLB news:

     - Three months after leaving the Chicago Cubs to deal with a divorce, Ben Zobrist is starting a minor league assignment in South Bend, Indiana. He'll be the designated hitter for South Bend Cubs and is expected to remain with the farm club through the weekend. The 38-year-old is expected to progress to Triple-A. Zobrist was the MVP of the 2016 World Series when the Cubs beat Cleveland to end a 108-year championship drought.

     - The Los Angeles Angels have designated catcher Jonathan Lucroy for assignment. Lucroy sustained a concussion and broken nose during a home plate collision with Houston's Jake Marisnick on July 7. He missed 18 games and was activated Wednesday.

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       NFL-NEWS

     UNDATED (AP) - The Pro Football Hall of Fame will expand the number of potential inductees to 20 in 2020 as part of the NFL's celebration of its 100th season.

     Calling it a centennial class, hall president David Baker said Friday five modern-day players, 10 seniors, three contributors and two coaches could be elected next year. The modern-day group would be decided by the 48 selection committee voters, as always, on the day before the Super Bowl in February.

     The other 15 would be voted on as one bloc, not individually, by the selection committee. They would be chosen by a 25-member committee that will include Hall of Famers, historians and current voters.

     Part of the 2020 class would be inducted in early August. The others would be enshrined about Sept. 21, 2020, the date that marks 100 years from the original NFL game.

     In other NFL news:

     - The Jacksonville Jaguars say rookie tight end Josh Oliver has a "significant" hamstring injury that could cause him to miss the regular-season opener. A third-round draft pick from San Jose State, Oliver strained his right hamstring during practice Thursday. Tests later revealed the extent of the damage.

     - New York Jets left tackle Kelvin Beachum and running back/wide receiver Ty Montgomery are dealing with ankle injuries that could sideline them for a few days. Coach Adam Gase says neither injury appears serious. The Jets practice again Saturday before having a day off Sunday. Gase added that cornerback Trumaine Johnson was nursing a groin issue before practice, but participated during the first half of the session before sitting out.

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     NBA-NUGGETS-CANCAR

     DENVER (AP) - The Denver Nuggets have agreed to a multiyear deal with forward Vlatko Cancar. The 22-year-old Cancar was the 49th pick by Denver in the 2017 draft. A native of Slovenia, Cancar played in the Summer League for the Nuggets the past two years. He spent last season with San Pablo Burgos in the Spanish ACB league where he averaged 10 points and 3.7 rebounds in 34 games.

 

   (Copyright 2019 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

 

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