Grand Forks General Sports
Auto racing 6 River Cities Speedway Friday's results Streets First heat --1 . Scott Gartner; 2. Bradon Miller; 3. Adam Burrows Second heat—1. Daniel Aberle; 2. John Halvorson; 3. Bryce Reimer Third heat—1. Greg Jose; 2. Dan McNamee; 3. Tucker Pederson Feature—1. Reimer; 2. Burrows; 3. Halvorson; 4. Gartner; 5. McNamee Midwest modifieds First heat—1. Dean Eggebraaten; 2. Reise Stenberg; 3. Matt Schow
Prep baseball 6 Thursday's results Norman Co. East/U-H 8, Sacred Heart 4 Fargo South 6, Wahpeton 0 West Fargo Sheyenne 10, Fargo Shanley 0 Park River/F-L 7, May-Port-CG 4 Jamestown 25-11, Bismarck St. Mary's 0-8 Bismarck Century 3-7, Mandan 1-0 Williston 3-12, Bismarck 2-0 Bismarck Legacy 3-2, Watford City 1-0 Moorhead 12, Fergus Falls 2 Dilworth-G-F 10-7, Hawley 2-3 GF Red River 5, Fargo Davies 4 DAV 202 000 0 -- 4 5 0 GFR 202 000 1 -- 5 7 3 WP—Zach Carolin; LP—Brooks Brown
College softball 6 NAIA tournament Tuesday's result Valley City State 5, Columbia (Mo.) College 3 Boys tennis 6 Tuesday's results Crookston 5, Fergus Falls 2 Crookston 4, EGF Senior High 3 Singles 1. Nick Garmen, C, over Josiah Gehrls 6-0, 6-1; 2. Just Marciniak, EGF, over Mason LaPlante 6-2, 6-1; 3. Jack Garmen, C, over Bryce Huot 6-2, 6-1; 4. Seth Aakre, EGF, over Mason Owens 6-4, 6-3 Doubles
For the first time this fastpitch softball season, East Grand Forks Senior High played an errorless game Tuesday. For the first time this season, the Green Wave registered a shutout. Senior High, behind the 1-hit pitching of Ella Eggers, scored a 14-0 win against Sacred Heart. The game was called after five innings by the 10-run rule. Errorless and scoreless, "that's not a coincidence,'' Senior High coach Heidi Spicer said. "We've given up a lot of unearned runs this year. It helps the pitcher when you play defense behind her.
Prep baseball 6 Monday's results Carrington 8, Kidder County 6 Northern Lights 10, Bottineau 0 EGF Senior High 8, EGF Sacred Heart 2 SEN 000 100 7 -- 8 8 3 SAC 110 000 0 -- 2 5 5 WP—Evan Pederson; LP—Ian Evavold Highlights—Senior High: Reed Corbid 1x2, 2 BBs, 2 runs, Jake Osowski 2x4, Cooper Holm 2x4; Sacred Heart: Oscar Ortiz 2x3, Brendan Bethke 1x3, RBI, Cullen Rohrich 1x3, run Thompson 5, Mayville-Portland-CG 4 MAY 000 400 0 --4 2 1 THO 220 001 x --5 4 2
College softball 6 Summit League tournament Saturday's results N.D. State 6, South Dakota 0 Championship N.D. State 3, South Dakota 1 College baseball 6 NSIC Baseball Tournament In St. Cloud Saturday's results Winners' bracket Augustana 10, St. Cloud State 5 Loser-out Minot State 11, Winona State 10 Minot State vs. St. Cloud State Friday's results Winners' bracket St. Cloud 12, Minn.-Mankato 4
College softball 6 Summit League tournament Friday's game Winners' bracket South Dakota 10, N.D. State 1 Loser-out N.D. State 5, S.D. State 0 Saturday's championship South Dakota vs. N.D. State, 1 p.m. (second game, if necessary, to follow) College baseball 6 NSIC Baseball Tournament In St. Cloud Thursday's first round
THOMPSON, N.D.—Adam Zavalney missed out on his opportunity to hit for the cycle here Friday. Instead, the Park River/Fordville-Lankin senior got something better—a grand slam home run. Zavalney and Nick Thompson each hit a pair of home runs and combined for eight runs and 11 RBI, leading the Aggies to a 16-5 high school baseball win against Thompson. The game was a rematch of the past two North Dakota Class B state championship games, with the Aggies winning both of those games.
Boys golf 6 GF Central Invitational At King's Walk Golf Course, Tuesday Team totals Fargo Davies 293, GF Central 297, GF Red River 297, West Fargo 308, Wahpeton 314, West Fargo Sheyenne 315, Fargo North 318, Fargo South 332, Fargo Shanley 347, Valley City 369 Top 10 individuals
While almost every other golfer on the course was wearing a baseball hat Tuesday at King's Walk, Brandon McGarry was wearing a straw hat. The Grand Forks Central High School junior had bought the hat as a souvenir at a well-known course while vacationing in South Carolina earlier this year. "I wanted to wear it one time during a meet,'' McGarry said. "I had to show it off. And it had to be a non-windy day like today. I didn't want it blowing off. "Everyone was saying the hat brought me good luck.''