Local Sports Scoreboard from Tuesday, June 19th
American Legion Baseball:
Worthington def. Heron Lake  15-5
--Eric Heidebrink had 3 hits, drove in 3 runs and scored 3 runs for Post #5 in the victory.  Tucker Sorenson had 3 RBI’s and Austin Svalland drove in a couple of runs as Worthington improves to 7-1 on the season

Iowa HS Baseball:
Trinity Christian def. Sibley-Ocheyedan  22-7

Iowa HS Softball:
Pocahontas Area def. Okoboji  7-6
Spirit Lake def. LeMars  12-2
West Sioux def. Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn  12-2

MLB Baseball:
Minnesota Twins def. Boston Red Sox  6-2
--The game was scoreless until the top of the 6th inning when Boston took a 1-0 lead with a solo homerun.  However the Twins wasted no time in taking the lead back as Eduardo Escobar’s league-leading 31st double in the bottom of the 6th gave the Twins the lead at 2-1.  Boston tied it with a run in the top of the 8th but again the Twins struck back quickly as Minnesota scored 4 run in the bottom of the 8th to take the lead for good.  Escobar’s RBI single gave the Twins a 3-2 lead with Joe Mauer scoring on an error and 2 runs came across on a triple from Robbie Grossman.  Zach Duke was the winning pitcher for the Twins in relief.  Jose Berrios started and went 6 and 1/3 innings and gave up 1 run on 5 hits and struck out 6.  Minnesota is 32-37 on the season and will host the Red Sox again tonight.  Listen live on KWOA the Fan at 6:30pm

WNBA Basketball:
Minnesota Lynx def. Dallas Wings 91-83
-- Maya Moore scored 21, Sylvia Fowles added 19 points and 17 rebounds, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Dallas Wings 91-83 on Tuesday night.

The Lynx (5-6) made all eight of their free throws in the final 1:11 to hold off a late charge from the Wings (5-5).

Minnesota jumped in front early with 12 straight points and led 25-10 in the first quarter. The Wings closed within nine before the end of the period, but the Lynx pushed the lead back to double digits early in the second quarter and kept it there until the final two minutes of the game.

Skylar Diggins-Smith's 3-pointer with 20.7 seconds left cut the deficit to 87-83 after the Wings had trailed by as many as 21. Diggins-Smith finished with 17 points and Liz Cambage added 16 points and nine boards.

For the defending champion Lynx, the victory was the second time this season that they have won back-to-back games.

Vikings Training Camp info
--The Minnesota Vikings will have 18 days of training camp practices open to the public at their new headquarters this summer, more than what they had previously at Minnesota State University in Mankato. Rookies take the field at the Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center in Eagan starting on July 24. The first full-squad workout is July 28. There will be no charge for general admission, but free tickets must be reserved online in advance with a maximum of four passes and two days.