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K-Heart Sports - Monday - 05/13/19 - PM Edition

The Class B Sub Region 3 Softball Tournament began this afternoon at the South Hill Softball Complex here in Minot....

    MINOT, ND - The Class B Sub Region 3 Softball Tournament began this afternoon at the South Hill Softball Complex here in Minot.

High School Girls Softball
    Class B

    Sub Region 3 Tournament - South Hill Complex in Minot
        First Round
            #1 DLB-Lewis & Clark vs #8 Divide County, 2 pm
            #4 Stanley vs #5 Ray, 2 pm
            #2 Bishop Ryan vs #7 Glenburn, 2 pm
            #3 MLS-Kenmare-Bowbells vs #6 Westhope-Newburg-Bottineau, 4 pm
        Loser Out
            #1 DLB-Lewis & Clark/#8 Divide County loser vs #4 Stanley/#5 Ray loser, 4 pm
            #2 Bishop Ryan/#7 Glenburn loser vs #3 MLS-Kenmare-Bowbells/#6 Westhope-Newburg-Bottineau loser, 6 pm
            #1 DLB-Lewis & Clark/#8 Divide County winner vs #4 Stanley/#5 Ray winner, 4 pm
            #2 Bishop Ryan/#7 Glenburn winner vs #3 MLS-Kenmare-Bowbells/#6 Westhope-Newburg-Bottineau winner, 6 pm

    Two region qualifiers and the championship are scheduled tomorrow starting at 4 pm.


    MINOT, ND - The Class B Sub Region 4 Softball Tournament is set to begin tomorrow in Turtle Lake.

High School Girls Softball
    Class B

    Sub Region 4 Tournament - Turtle Lake
        First Round
             #1 Heart River vs #8 Garrison-Max, 2 pm
            #4 Beulah vs #5 Central McLean, 2 pm
            #2 Velva-Drake-Anamoose vs #7 Harvey-Wells County, 2 pm
            #3 Washburn vs #6 Wilton-Wing, 4 pm

    Two loser out and semifinal games are also schedule for Tuesday with the two region qualifiers and championship set for Thursday.

    MINNEAPOLIS - After splitting a four-game series with the Detroit Tigers over the weekend, the Minnesota Twins continue their homestand with the first of three against the Los Angeles Angels tonight. RHP Jose Berrios (6-1, 2.53 ERA) starts against Los Angeles LHP Tyler Skaggs (3-3, 4.70). The Twins still own the best record in baseball at 25-14.



     SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - San Jose hosts St. Louis for Game 2 of the NHL
Western Conference Final tonight. Logan Couture delivered for the Sharks in their 6-3 victory in Game 1 and leads the NHL this post-season with 11 goals and 17 points. He has eight game-winning goals in the playoffs and two in vertime, earning the reputation as a clutch player. The Blues may need more from forward Vladimir Tarasenko if they hope to advance to the Stanley Cup Final for the first time since 1970. Tarasenko led the team with 33 goals in the regular season, but wasn't much of a factor in Game 1.


     CLEVELAND (AP) - Michigan's John Beilein has agreed to become head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The winningest coach in the history of the Michigan program, Beilein went 278-150 in 12 seasons with the Wolverines and reached the Final Four in 2013 and 2018. He now takes over a rebuilding project in Cleveland. Beilein got a five-year deal with the Cavs, who believe he can make the successful leap from campus. The team has had six other coaches since 2009. Beilein has built a strong reputation for developing young players and teams.



     BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Sabres defenseman Lawrence Pilut will miss the start of next season after having surgery to address a shoulder injury. The Sabres did not reveal which shoulder was repaired or when Pilut was injured. The team said the estimated timetable for recovery is between five and six months.

     Pilut had a goal and five assists in 33 games with the Sabres as a rookie last season. He added four goals and 22 assists in 33 games, including the playoffs, in closing the season with Buffalo's minor-league affiliate in Rochester. The 23-year-old signed with Buffalo as an undrafted free agent a year ago after playing professionally in his native Sweden.



     UNDATED (AP) - The Philadelphia Eagles have signed quarterback Cody Kessler and brought back offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski. Kessler gives the Eagles insurance behind Carson Wentz along with third-year pro Nate Sudfeld and rookie fifth-round pick Clayton Thorson. Former backup quarterback Nick Foles signed with the Jaguars in free agency after leading the Eagles to the playoffs the past two seasons following injuries to Wentz.

     Elsewhere in the NFL:

     - Tight end Lee Smith has rejoined the Buffalo Bills after spending the past four seasons with the Oakland Raiders. The 31-year-old Smith signed a three-year contract. He played his first four seasons with Buffalo, starting in 2011. At 6-foot-6 and 265 pounds, Smith has been mostly a blocker. His signing is another step in Buffalo's decision to retool its tight ends.

     - The Los Angeles Chargers have re-signed defensive lineman Damion Square. Square was a key part of the Chargers defensive line last season. He made a career-high 11 starts last season and had 55 tackles and three sacks.



     UNDATED (AP) - This season's Orange Bowl is being moved to Dec. 30, with a prime-time kickoff, after originally being scheduled for New Year's Day afternoon. The Orange Bowl has been traditionally played at night, but the earlier kickoff was initially planned when it became part of the six-bowl rotation that hosts the College Football Playoff. The Orange Bowl will not be hosting a national semifinal this season. Had it stayed on Jan. 1, the Orange Bowl would have been competing against other traditional New Year's Day games and kicked off around 1 p.m. EST.



     KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Longtime NFL coach Gunther Cunningham, who emigrated from postwar Germany as a child and then dedicated his life to football, has died after a brief illness. He was 72. Cunningham's wife, Rene, said in a statement that he died Saturday.

     Cunningham spoke no English when his family arrived in the U.S., and he was ridiculed for both his accent and ancestry as a child. But he developed into a standout prep football player in California and earned a scholarship to play linebacker at Oregon.

     He eventually coached the Ducks along with Arkansas, Stanford and California before spending time in the CFL. He arrived in the NFL as an assistant with the Colts in 1982, then worked with the Chargers and Raiders before making a name for himself with the Kansas City Chiefs. He went 16-16 during two years as their head coach.



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