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Omission

Andrew Rentz of Morris Area was omitted from the boys Section 3AA golf results that appeared in Friday’s paper.

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Rentz, who medaled at the sub-section meet in Ortonville, shot an 89 at Eagle Creek Golf Club on Thursday in Willmar.

BOLD, LQPV to play in section winner’s bracket baseball finals Saturday

Coming off a 6-0 win Thursday over the top-ranked team in Class A, Sleepy Eye St. Mary’s, BOLD resumes its journey for a spot in the state baseball tournament Saturday.

The Warriors (13-6) will meet Waterville-Elysian-Morristown (14-2) in Mankato at 11 a.m. in the Section 2A winner’s bracket final.

Also Saturday in Section 3A, Lac qui Parle Valley (18-1) meets Windom (11-6) at noon in Granite Falls for a spot in the final.

Heat’s Andersen suspended for Saturday’s Game 6

NEW YORK (AP) — Miami forward Chris Andersen has been suspended for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals for his altercation with Indiana’s Tyler Hansbrough in Game 5.

The NBA also upgraded Andersen’s foul to a Flagrant 2, which would have meant an automatic ejection had it been called at the time.

Andersen knocked Hansbrough to the floor from behind with 9:02 left in the second quarter, then shoved him backward after Hansbrough got up. The NBA also says Friday in a statement that Andersen “resisted efforts to bring the altercation to an end.”

Game 6 is Saturday night at Indianapolis.

Hamlin wins pole at Dover International Speedway

DOVER, Del. (AP) — Denny Hamlin has another top spot in his comeback from a back injury.

He’ll need to turn poles into checkered flags if he wants to make a serious run at a spot in the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship.

Hamlin turned a lap of 157.978 mph Friday to win the pole at Dover International Speedway. He won the pole last week at Charlotte Motor Speedway and has three overall this season.

But a four-race absence because of his injury has him needing wins to make the Chase and race for his first career championship.

Hamlin, who finished fourth last week, has never won at Dover. He has only a 19.6 average finish in 14 career races on the mile track.

Hamlin’s fourth-place finish moved him up three spots to 24th in the standings, 53 points out of 20th position, where he’d need to be to be eligible for one of two wild-card berths.

Martin Truex Jr., who raced to his only career Cup victory at Dover, will start second and joined Hamlin for an all-Toyota front row. Kyle Busch, Matt Kenseth and Ryan Newman rounded out the top five. Busch and Kenseth also drive Toyotas.

Points leader Jimmie Johnson qualified 24th.

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