Jul. 7—Summer baseball wrapped up for the Dickinson Mustangs youth program last week as the final tournaments got underway. There were brackets for ages 7-8, 9-10 and 11-12, with a silver and gold division in each age group. In the 9-10 silver bracket, the Dakota Community Bank team emerged victorious as league champions, defeating Engagement PT June 30 in the championship game. Dakota Community Bank were the two seed in the five team tournament, defeating the three seed Martin Construction 5-4 to get to the final game.
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- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Before training camp got started, a schism was emerging among members of the Buffalo Bills over the issue of the COVID vaccine. At one point, receiver Cole Beasley and defensive end Jerry Hughes squared off on social media. Beasley argued against the vaccine, Hughes argued in favor of it. Peter King explained in his Football [more]
- Yahoo Sports
It's one of the two ball sports in which the United States has never medaled, and the problem may be institutional.
- FTW Outdoors
A freediver who braved Alaska’s frigid waters in search of a spearfishing challenge has set a world record for Pacific halibut.
World champion Noah Lyles endured a finish-line gaffe to qualify from Tuesday's semi-finals for the Olympic 200 metres final.
The Cleveland Indians may have committed—as they say in roller derby—an “illegal procedure” while rebranding themselves as the Cleveland Guardians. The baseball franchise, which intends to make the name swap after the season ends in October, isn’t the first sports organization in Cleveland to claim the Guardians name. A flat-track roller derby team, which has […]
It was difficult for American Rai Benjamin to comprehend how he ended up finishing second best despite running a massive half a second inside the existing world record in the men's 400 metres hurdles final at the Tokyo Olympics on Tuesday. Norway's Karsten Warholm destroyed his own world record of 46.70 seconds with a breathtaking 45.94 to take gold but he would probably give a bit of credit to Benjamin for pushing him to such an extraordinary feat. Benjamin took silver for the U.S. in 46.17 after staying neck-and-neck with Warholm going into the final straight.
- The Telegraph
The Olympic velodrome descended into pandemonium on Tuesday as Denmark and Britain collided on track, with the Danes controversially advancing to the men’s team pursuit final. The collision came just hours after British Cycling’s performance director Stephen Park said Denmark should have been disqualified for using illegal equipment in their qualifying round.
The NFL player learned he was joining the Madden NFL "99 Club" from his daughter Sterling, who was dressed in a onesie that read "My dad's in the 99 Club again"
His rider is a former DJ.
Gabby Thomas is a strong medal contender in the women's 200-m sprint. She is also is studying for a master's in epidemiology
The world record holder won his event and set hearts aflutter with comparisons.
- Men's Health
The biggest event for the sport of fitness featured a dominant victory and a race to the finish.
- Charlotte Observer
JT Ibe, waived Tuesday by the Carolina Panthers, speaks with The Observer in an exclusive interview.
- USA TODAY Sports
The IOC allows some athlete demonstrations where it never did before, and Gwen Berry used her voice to speak up before her Olympic competition.
Listen to the master of Mopar share it himself!
- Associated Press
Luis Scola expected to be in the game competing until the buzzer sounded, because that's how he always played. Instead, his coach took him out in the final minute, triggering a standing ovation and an emotional farewell to one of the greats of the game. Scola's apparent final performance for Argentina came hours after Pau and Marc Gasol played together for the last time for Spain, leaving holes to fill for countries who became champions through their brilliance.
- NBC Sports
World Cup qualifying starts Sept. 2, who from the Gold Cup squad will be there? A few, at least.
- Bengals Wire
Trent Taylor is a standout at one of the team's strongest positions.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said late last week that he’s seen no separation so far between Drew Lock and Teddy Bridgewater in their competition for the starting quarterback job. Offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur got the same question on Tuesday and his answer was a bit different than Fangio’s. Shurmur didn’t declare one player ahead [more]
- Golf Channel
Here's a look at tee times for the 60-player field in the Olympic Women's Competition at Kasumigaseki Country Club.