Time change

for NHS soccer

SALINA — The Newton High School girls’ soccer game scheduled for today against Salina South at Salina District Stadium has a time change.

The varsity game has been moved to 5 p.m., followed by the junior varsity game.

Sedgwick baseball

swept by Nickerson

SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinals dropped a pair of games to Nickerson Tuesday in non-league play in Sedgwick.

Nickerson won the first game 12-1 and the second game 11-0. The first game was called after five innings and the second game was called after six innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Nickerson jumped out to a 6-1 lead through three innings and put things out of reach with five runs in the fourth.

Kolbi Schrag had two hits and four RBIs for the Panthers. Braden Stewart had two hits and three RBIs. Josh Salazar had two hits. Pearson Schrag drove in two runs.

Carson Cornelius threw a one-hitter for Nickerson, striking out eight. Hooper Schroeder and Brayden Francis each had two strikeouts for Sedgwick.

In the second game, Nickerson scored in every inning but the first.

Tanner Schrag pitched the shutout win for Nickerson, striking out five and allowing three hits.

Chris White, Neal Bever and Colton Smith all pitched for Sedgwick.

Cornelius had two hits and four RBIs. Tanner Schrag drove in two runs.

Sedgwick is 5-5 and plays at 4:30 p.m. Friday at home against Canton-Galva.

First game

Nickerson;240;51;—12;9;2

Sedgwick;001;00;—1;1;3

Cornelius (W) and n/a; Schroeder (L), B.Francis 3 and n/a.

Second game

Nickerson;011;243;—11;7;0

Sedgwick;000;000;—0;3;2

T.Schrag (W) and n/a; White, Bever, Smith and n/a.

Wildcat softball

claims win, tie

BENNINGTON — The Moundridge High School softball team claimed a win and a tie against Bennington Tuesday in Heart of America League play in Bennington.

Moundridge won the first game 22-6 in six innings on the 10-run rule. The second game was called with the game tied 21-21.

The second game was called after seven innings. Moundridge scored in every inning, while Bennington scored in every inning but the bottom of the seventh. Bennington led 12-7 after two inning, but Moundridge came back with eight runs in the third. Moundridge scored a run in the top of the seventh to tie the game.

Kalli Shipley and Kaleigh Harbaugh each had four hits for Bennington. Jordan Murphy had three. Alyssa Carlson had five RBIs.

Jadah Moore drove in four runs for Moundridge, followed by Taylon Potts with three.

Moore pitched struck out three in 5 1-3 innings for Moundridge. Mackenzie Shea and Harbaugh each struck out two for Bennington.

In the first game, Moundridge led 8-4 after three innings. The Wildcats put things away with five runs in the fifth and eight in the sixth.

Chelsey Knight had three hits and four RBIs for Moundridge. Zaelynn Foth and Keira Sebrandt each added two hits. Foth and Moore each drove in two runs.

Moore threw a complete game for Mpoundridge, striking out six.

Moundridge is 7-4-1 and hosts Inman at 4 p.m. Friday.

First game

Moundridge;602;158;—22;19;0

Bennington;301;101;—6;16;1

Moore (W) and n/a; J.Dawson (L), Shea 5 and n/a.

Halstead baseball

sweeps Kingman

KINGMAN — The Halstead High School baseball team claimed a pair of wins over Kingman-Norwich Tuesday in Central Kansas League play.

Halstead won the first game 11-6 and the nightcap 10-9 in eight innings.

Leading 4-3 after five innings, Halstead scored six runs in the sixth and a run in the seventh.

Tony Morris was four of five hitting with two RBIs. Dalston Kraus was two for four with four RBIs. David Schulte was two for five with two RBIs. Chase VanSteenburg went two for three with an RBI.

Tal Hartley went three for four hitting for Kingman with a home run and three RBIs. Tyler Walker went two for four. Gage Pickering went two for three.

Dalton Kraus went 6 2-3 innings for the win, striking out eight. Kaden Kraus pitched the last two outs, striking out one.

Hartley went 6 2-3 innings for Kingman with 10 strikeouts.

With Halstead leading 3-0 in the second game, Kingman scored five runs in the bottom of the fifth. Halstead outscored Kingman 7-4 in the last three innings.

VanSteenburg went two for three hitting for Halstead with a home run and five RBIs. Layke Heimerman drove in two runs. Morris, Jonathan Fulghum and Kaden Kraus each had two hits.

Payton Pickering went two for five for Kingman with four RBIs. Gage Pickering drove in two RBIs. Logan Waldschmidt went three for three with an RBI. Kyle Livingston went two for five with an RBI.

Lane Boswell threw three innings of relief for the win, striking out one. VanSteenburgg struck out eight in 4 1-3 innings.

Waldschmidt struck out nine in five innings. Gage Pickering pitched 1 2-3 innings in the loss, striking out two.

Halstead is 7-5 and hosts Hoisington at 4 p.m. Friday at Riverside Park.

First game

Halstead;301;006;1;—11;15;4

Kingman;100;201;2;—6;11;1

D.Kraus (W), K.Kraus 7 and n/a; Hartley (W), Livingston 7 and n/a. HR — K: Hartley.

Second game

Halstead;001;023;22;—10;11;0

Kingman;000;051;21;—9;12;2

VanSteenburg, K.Kraus 5, Boswell (W) 6 and n/a; Waldschmidt, McGinnis 6, G.Pickering (L) 7 and n/a. HR — H: VanSteenburg.

Hesston softball

sweeps Nickerson

HESSTON — The Hesston High School softball team claimed a pair of wins over Nickerson Tuesday in CKL play Hesston.

The Swathers won the first game 7-3 and the second game 6-2.

Hesston fell behind 2-1 after the first inning and tied the game in the bottom of the third. Hesston took the lead with two runs in the fourth and three in the fifth.

Alaina Dunlavy and Mackenzie Koehn each had three hits for Hesston.

Kayla Ewert struck out seven in seven innings for Hesston. Sophie Mader took the loss for Nickerson.

Leading 2-1, Hesston scored four runs in the bottom of the fourth inning.

Emma Krehbiel and Kinsley Miller each had three hits for Hesston.

Keiara Evancho and Emily Shirley combined on a three-hitter for Hesston. Evancho struck out two in the win. Megan Henderson struck out three in the loss.

Hesston is 5-7 and hosts Larned Friday.

First game

Nickerson;200;000;1;—3;12;0

Hesston;101;230;x;—7;12;1

Mader (L) and n/a; Ewert (W) and n/a.

Second game

Nickerson;000;110;0;—2;3;0

Hesston;011;400;x;—6;14;1

Henderson (L) and n/a; Evancho (W), Shirley 7 and n/a.

Remington baseball

swept by Marion

WHITEWATER — The Remington High School baseball team dropped a pair of games to Marion Tuesday in HOAL play in Whitewater.

Marion won the first game 13-2 and the second game 2-1.

The first game was tied 2-2 after four innings, but Marion scored four runs in the fifth and seven in the seventh.

Nathan Baldwin pitched four innings for Marion, striking out six. Corbin Wheeler finished the game with two strikeouts.

Mason Pederson had four hits for Marion. Cole Srajer had three hits and three RBIs. Payton Heidebrecht drove in two runs. Jacob Vondenkamp had two hits.

Shane Tillotson struck out two in two innings for Remington.

In the second game, Marion scored a run in the first and another in the third inning. Remington scored in the bottom of the third.

Blaone Mermis pitched seven innings for Marion, allowing two hits and striking out four. Coleton Crisp went the distance for Remington, striking out 14.

Pederson had two hits and an RBI for Marion. Todd Ensz drove in Remington’s run.

Remington is 3-5 and plays at 3 p.m. Friday at Ell-Saline in Brookeville.

First game

Marion;101;040;7;—13;14;0

Remington;100;100;0;—2;3;4

Baldwin (W), Wheeler 5 and n/a; Tillotson, Sommers and n/a.

Second game

Marion;101;000;0;—2;5;1

Remington;001;000;0;—1;2;2

Mermis (W) and n/a; Crisp (L) and n/a.

Rebels release

2017 schedule

The Newton Rebels summer college baseball team has released its schedule for the 2017 season.

Newton has a 41-game regular-season schedule in the new Sunflower Collegiate League with the Wichita Sluggers, Cheney Diamond Dawgs (formerly Valley Center), Kansas Cougars (Maize), the River City Lumberjacks (a new team from Wichita), the Salina Shock (a new team), Hutchinson Monarchs, the Haven Warhawks (formerly Wichita) and the Mulvane Patriots (a new team).

The Rebels open the season May 31 in Hillsboro against the Sluggers, followed by the Sluggers June 2 at Klein-Scott Field.

Newton will compete in the Mid-Kansas Collegiate Qualifier July 14 to 18 in Hutchinson. The National Baseball Congress World Series is July 22 through Aug. 5 in Wichita.

The complete schedule is listed below:

May 31 Wichita Sluggers @ Hillsboro (2) 3 p.m.

June 2 Wichita Sluggers 7 p.m.

June 3 Cheney Diamond Dawgs 7 p.m.

June 4 Kansas Cougars 6 p.m.

June 5 Salina Shock 7 p.m.

June 6 River City Lumberjacks (2) 6 p.m.

June 7 @ Salina Shock (2) 6 p.m.

June 9 @ Hutchinson Monarchs 7 p.m.

June 10 @ River City Lumberjacks (Wichita) 7 p.m.

June 11 @ Kansas Cougars (Maize) (2) 6 p.m.

June 16 Hutchinson Monarchs 7 p.m.

June 17 @ Cheney Diamond Dawgs 7 p.m.

June 18 Wichita Sluggers (2) 5 p.m.

June 19 Salina Shock (2) 6 p.m.

June 21 Cheney Diamond Dawgs (2) 6 p.m.

June 23 @ Hutchinson Monarchs 7 p.m.

June 24 Kansas Cougars (2) 6 p.m.

June 27 Haven Warhawks 7 p.m.

June 28 River City Lumberjacks 7 p.m.

June 29 @ Haven Warhawks 7 p.m.

June 30 Mulvane Patriots (2) 6 p.m.

July 1 @ Hutchinson Monarchs 7 p.m.

July 4 @ Mulvane Patriots (2) 5 p.m.

July 5 River City Lumberjacks 7 p.m.

July 6 @ Haven Warhawks 7 p.m.

July 7 Haven Warhawks (2) 6 p.m.

July 9 Hutchinson Monarchs 6 p.m.

July 10 @ Mulvane Patriots 7 p.m.

July 11 @ Cheney Diamond Dawgs 7 p.m.

July 12 Mulvane Patriots 7 p.m.

Post-season

July 14-18 — Mid-Kansas Collegiate Qualifier @ Hobart-Detter Field, Hutchinson

July 22-Aug. 5 NBC World Series, Lawrence-Dumont Stadium, Wichita