In only his third American Association start, Edgar Osuna outdueled the leagues all-time wins leader. Osuna pitched into the seventh and allowed only three hits, as the Goldeyes defeated Ben Moore and the Sioux Fall Canaries 8-1 to pick up the series win on Thursday afternoon. "It was an all-around good game for our team," said Goldeyes manager Rick Forney. "Edgar gave us a good start, held them in check and gave us a chance to settle in so we could start to produce a little offence." Sioux Falls started the scoring in the third inning on a Cory Morales two-out RBI single. The Goldeyes replied in the fourth when Ryan Scoma led off the inning with a double off the right field wall. He would score on a Luis Alen single up the middle. Winnipeg had the chance to add more in the inning, but stranded three base runners to leave it tied at one a side. The Goldeyes took the lead in the sixth inning. Fehlandt Lentini and Alen had back-to-back RBI singles to put Winnipeg up 3-1. 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RIO DE JANEIRO -- The three-peat is officially off for Norway in womens handball.Widely considered the worlds best team, Norways charge for a third consecutive Olympic gold ended abruptly in the semifinals Thursday with a 38-37 loss to Russia in extra time after a thrilling and bruising game.I dont have the words because when I think about the game I want to cry, said Vladlena Bobrovnikova, Russias top scorer with eight goals, sporting bruises and a long red cut across her nose. I dont feel the pain, I feel so happy because we have the final. This victory, its so crazy.Beating Norway, a team that won everything with Olympic, world and European titles, was particularly sweet. I dont know how, but we won.Russia will now play France in Saturdays final after the French beat the Netherlands 24-23 in the first semifinal.Itll be a battle between two underdogs -- France has not won a medal in its last five major championships, while Russia has been rebuilding since failing to qualify for the 2013 world championship.Russia shut down a good start from Norway with a scoring run that erased an 11-8 deficit and put the team up 15-12 midway through the first half. While Norway frequently pulled even after that, Russia did not give up the lead in the rest of regulation.The Russians were heading for a 31-30 win in regulation but Heidi Loke tied up the game with a goal four seconds from time. Norway started strongly in extra time, but a two-minute suspension for Ida Alstad interrupted the flow and let Russia control the pace. When Camilla Herrem missed a shot to tie up the game for Norway, Russia ran down the clock and celebrated a famous win.Eleven different players scored for Russia, while Nora Mork was Norways main attacking threat with 14 goals.While Russia was a silver medalist in 2008, it had not been among the top teams in recentt tournaments.dddddddddddd Unexpected success in Rio has put handball on prime-time state TV slots and given the game an increased public profile.And coach Evgeny Trefilov and his colorful outbursts at courtside have gone viral at home. After the opening group stage game, he said he had wondered whether to hang myself or to hang everyone else in the dressing room while seven goals down.Upon beating Norway, Trefilov was more restrained, paying tribute to the Scandinavians play, but also went on an extended tirade calling for all foreigners to be banned from playing at Russian clubs.For Norway, defeat was a hammer blow.Goalkeeper Katrine Lunde said there were too much negative thoughts to analyze the game, but said the Norwegian defense had never really worked at its best. Regrouping to face the Netherlands for bronze will be difficult, she added.Its hard, itll take a bit of time, she said. We have to. We really want to have a medal and it means a lot so we just have to work tomorrow again and we can take a vacation when were finished.Whoever wins Saturdays final will be a first-time gold medalist after France upset the Netherlands, last years world championship silver medalist.Overwhelming crowd support and the presence of Dutch King Willem-Alexander couldnt lift the Netherlands, who spent most of the game narrowly behind.A nail-biting finish saw a big save from French goalkeeper Laura Glauser and another shot hit the post as her team tried to hold on for the win on a Dutch power-play. On the final whistle, the French team embraced on court and jumped up and down in front of their fans.For a long time we have won nothing and now we will have a medal so its amazing, Frances Siraba Dembele said. ' ' '