The 1-mile, $200,000 Mystic Lake Derby, the richest race of the season at Canterbury Park, will be run Saturday as the fourth race on a nine-race card that begins at 6 p.m.

Nine 3-year-olds were entered, including multiple stakes winner One Mean Man, who won the Grade 3 American Derby earlier this summer at Arlington Park. One Mean Man, the 8-5 morning line favorite, is trained by Bernard Flint and will be ridden by Santo Sanjur.

The Saturday race card also includes three additional stakes: the $75,000 Minnesota HBPA Distaff, the $75,000 Brooks Fields and the $40,000 Careless Navigator.

Hamburger, Saints hold on, edge Lincoln

Mark Hamburger needed bullpen help after taking a five-hit shutout into the eighth inning, and Ryan Rodebaugh struck out the final two hitters and saved a 4-3 victory over the Lincoln Saltdogs. Nate Hanson's home run in the ninth made it 4-0 and proved to be decisive after Hamburger and Rodebaugh surrendered home runs in the bottom of the inning.

Wild signs draft pick

The Wild signed defenseman Gustav Bouramman, a 2015 seventh-round pick, to a three-year, entry-level contract Friday. Bouramman, 19, scored six goals and had 40 assists in 68 games with Sault Ste. Marie of the Ontario Hockey League in 2015-16.


Bethel is early No. 1

Bethel was the top choice in the MIAC volleyball preseason coaches' poll.

The Royals, who reached the championship match of the MIAC playoffs and the first round of the Division III playoffs last season, received 10 first-place votes and 120 overall.

St. Benedict, with 105 votes, edged Gustavus by one point for second place.

U soccer wins

The Gophers scored three first-half goals and recorded a 19-1 advantage in shots on goal in a 3-0 home soccer victory over North Dakota.