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IHSA Class 2A Hoopeston Regional

Bismarck-Henning 2, Watseka 0 - wyatt edwards blasted a 2 run home run in the bottom of the seventh to break the zero zero tie to bring to an end to the watseka warriors baseball season as bismarck-henning gets past watseka 2-0. edwards also got the win on the hill in relief. Ben Lyznicki took the tough luck loss, allowing one earned run on four hits and a walk in a complete-game effort. Lyznicki led the Warriors with two hits, one of them a double. Conner Curry also doubled. watseka season closes out with a 9-18.

IHSA Class 1A Cissna Park Regional

Grant Park 3, St. Anne 2 - Max Markland's RBI single in the top of the seventh pushed the Dragons past the Cardinals, after Travis Fick tied the game with an RBI double in the sixth. Fick, Lane Thiessen, Will Schneider and Clayton McKinstry had two hits apiece. McKinstry earned the win, allowing two earned runs over six innings, while Schneider earned the save with a scoreless seventh. Travis DeYoung allowed three earned runs on 11 hits in a complete game effort for the Cardinals. He also had two hits, including a double and an RBI.

Iroquois West 16, Donovan 6 (5 innings) - The top five hitters in the Raiders' lineup all had at least two RBIs, led by a Austin Saathoff's three-hit, three-run, two-RBI game. Saathoff and Sean Rogers each had two doubles. Justin Kuipers had two hits, three RBIs and a run. Alexis Ramirez and Kaleb Pfeifer each scored twice and drove in a pair. Brodi Winge had two hits and was one of six Wildcats to have an RBI, joined by Andy Onnen, Tate Capiseno, Thomas Talley and Jackson Jansen. Onnen also scored two runs.

IHSA Class 2A Herscher Regional

Reed-Custer 11, Momence 1 (5 innings)

bishop mac 14, central 0

IHSA Class 2A Chicago Christian Regional

Peotone 17, CICS/Longwood 0 (4 innings)

IHSA Class 1A Ottawa-Marquette Regional

Gardner-South Wilmington 11, Dwight 10 (10 innings)

Class 2A Paxton-Buckley-Loda Regional

Gibson City (G.C.-Melvin-Sibley) 8, Bloomington (Central Catholic) 6        F       

Class 2A St. Joseph-Ogden Regional

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 5, Westville 3

Regular Season

Manteno 5, Chicago Christian 0

Herscher 8, Ottawa 2

Coal City 5, Bradley-Bourbonnais 2

SOFTBALL

IHSA Class 1A Dwight Regional

Gardner-South Wilmington 17, Tri-Point 1 (5 innings)

At Bismarck (B.-Henning-Rossville-Alvin)class 2a REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL

Bismarck (B.-Henning-Rossville-Alvin)    7, Hoopeston (H. Area)         6       F

At Peotone 2a REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL

Peotone 15, Chicago (CICS/Ellison) 0     F

Class 2A St. Joseph-Ogden Regional

Westville 5, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 4

Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 7, Hoopeston Area 6

regular season

Beecher 5, Coal City 2

Kankakee 27, Rich East 0 (5 innings)

manteno 16, bradley bourbonnais 1

St. Joseph-Ogden 5, Charleston 4

MLB

BRAVES 6, CUBS 5

CHICAGO -- Ozzie Albies hit a leadoff drive for his 13th homer, Jose Bautista belted a three-run shot and Atlanta held off Chicago 6-5. Julio Teheran (4-1) pitched six innings and Tyler Flowers hit his first homer this season as NL-leading Atlanta (25-15) won for the sixth time in seven games. The surprising Braves moved 10 games over .500 for the first time since July 28, 2014. A.J. Minter worked a shaky ninth inning for his second save in the makeup of an April 15 rainout. Minter hit Ian Happ with a pitch to force in a run with two outs, but Kris Bryant lined out to left field to end the game. Bryant and Albert Almora Jr. each hit a two-run homer, but Jose Quintana (4-3) struggled for the Cubs. The 21-year-old Albies drove Quintana's second pitch the opposite way into the bleachers in right for his fourth career leadoff homer. The rookie second baseman also doubled and singled.

MARINERS 1, TWINS 0

RAYS 2, ROYALS 1

TIGERS 6, INDIANS 3

GIANTS 10, REDS 7

BREWERS 7, DIAMONDBACKS 2

THE CARDINALS, PIRATES AND WHITE SOX ALL HAD THE DAY OFF.

YU GOOD?

Yu Darvish pitches against the Braves aiming for his first victory since signing a $126 million, six-year contract with the Cubs in the offseason. Darvish (0-3, 6.00 ERA) is returning from the disabled list after fighting off a virus and hasn't pitched since allowing three homers and six runs in a loss to Colorado on May 2. The teams are playing in Atlanta a day after a 6-5 Braves' victory in a makeup game at Wrigley Field, making this the first time the Cubs will play an opponent on consecutive days in different cities since April 16-17, 1990.

NBA

HOUSTON (AP) – Kevin Durant scored 37 points and Klay Thompson added 28 to lead Golden State to a 119-106 win in the long-awaited showdown with the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of the Western Conference final. Starting a playoff series on the road for the first time since 2014, the Warriors trailed by nine early, but had evened it up by halftime and used a big run at the beginning of the fourth quarter to pull away. Game 2 is Wednesday night in Houston.

NHL

WINNIPEG, Manitoba (AP) – Jonathan Marchessault scored twice and Marc-Andre Fleury stopped 30 shots, lifting the Vegas Golden Knights to a 3-1 series-tying win over the Winnipeg Jets in Game 2 of the Western Conference final. Game 3 is Wednesday night in Las Vegas.

WASHINGTON (AP) SPORTS BETTING

The Supreme Court cleared the way for states coast to coast to legalize betting on sports, breaking a longtime ban and creating a potential financial boon for states and the gambling industry. The first bets could be placed within weeks. Despite opposition from the major sports leagues and the Trump administration, the high court struck down a federal law that had barred betting on football, basketball, baseball and other sports in most states. States that want to take advantage of the ruling now will generally have to pass legislation to allow sports books to open. Some, including New Jersey, which brought the case to the Supreme Court, have a head start. Sports leagues had expressed concerns about any expansion of sports gambling. Their huge businesses could be badly harmed if people thought the outcome of games could be altered by someone who had wagered money on a certain result. However, the ruling also could be seen as merely bringing an activity out of the shadows that many people already see as a mainstream hobby.

BASEBALL

CHICAGO (AP) – Ben Zobrist was joined by Chicago Cubs teammates Kyle Schwarber and Steve Cishek in wearing black spikes on Monday despite a warning from Major League Baseball that he was in violation of the sport’s uniform regulations. Zobrist posted a letter from MLB on Instagram on Saturday that cited him for violating regulations requiring at least 51 percent of the exterior of a player’s shoes be the club’s designated primary shoe color. For the Cubs, that color is blue. The letter said Zobrist will be subject to discipline, including a fine, if he continued to wear non-compliant shoes. Zobrist said he planned to contract Joe Torre, MLB’s Chief Baseball Officer.

INDIANAPOLIS 500

INDIANAPOLIS -- Actor Chris Hemsworth will wave the green flag to start this year's Indianapolis 500. The honorary starter might be best known to racing fans for his portrayal of former Formula One James Hunt in the movie "Rush." But movie fans probably know Hemsworth best for his roles in the Marvel's "Avengers" series. The newest installment, "Avengers: Infinity War," recently set a box office record of $640.9 million worldwide opening weekend. The Indianapolis 500 will be held May 27 on Indianapolis Motor Speedway's historic 2.5-mile oval. Practice begins TOday, with qualifying set for Saturday and Sunday.

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