Sports roundup: H-F-L advances in District 7 tournament

Broden Frolek pitched a complete-game 2 hitter in a 3-1 win by Hankinson-Fairmount-Lidgerwood Tuesday on the second day of the N.D. Class B District 7 Independent League tournament.

H-F-L advances to an elimination game against Lisbon today at 2 p.m. That game can be heard on KBMW.

Frolek struck out 16 and walked 4 in getting the win.

H-F-L scored individual runs in the 2nd, 4th and 5th innings for its offense.

Also Tuesday, Lisbon topped Linton-Wishek and LaMoure edged Oakes 3-2. The winner of the H-F-L/Lisbon game will play Oakes at 5 p.m. with the winner of that game advancing to the championship game at 5 p.m. on Thursday.

 

Breckenridge sweeps Frazee

Breckenridge pitchers scattered just 2 hits over 2 games in a sweep of Frazee on Tuesday. Breckenridge won 16-0 in 5 innings and 10-0 in 3 innings.

In the first game Emmit Vig and Tyson Piechowski combined on a no-hitter. Vig pitched 3 innings and Piechowski 2. The only batter that reached base for Frazee came on a walk.

Jeremy Stack homered and drove in 3 runs as did Jace Hegge on offense.

In the second game Cooper Yaggie struck out 6 in 3 innings for the win. Seven different players drove in runs for Breckenridge with Brayden Wahl and Vig collecting two each.

Breckenridge is now 11-8 on the season.

 

Twins win home debut

Minnesota Twins newcomers Josh Donaldson and Homer Bailey both had big games in their Target Field debut to lead the Twins to a 6-3 win over St. Louis.

Josh Donaldson hit his first home run as a Twin and drove in 2 runs and Bailey gave up 2 runs in 5 innings to get the win, Minnesota’s third in four games this season.

 

MIAC postponing fall sports until the spring

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced Tuesday that it will move all of its fall sports to the spring due to Covid-19.

The list includes football, volleyball, soccer and cross country.

 

Cook reports to Vikings training camp

Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook reported to the team’s training facility on Tuesday to take a Covid-19 test, effectively ending his holdout.

Cook had said earlier that he might hold on in search of a new contract this summer. By reporting Tuesday, Cook will not lose credit for the 2020 season, which would have made him a restricted free again in 2021 instead of an unrestricted free agent.

Minnesota also announced that newly acquired defensive tackle Michael Pierce is opting out for the 2020 season due to respiratory concerns.