Southeast of Salina Inv.
Salina Municipal GC
Team scores — Hesston 337, Republic County 349, Southeast of Saline 374, Halstead 389, Minneapolis 437. Beloit, Ell-Saline, Herington, Salina St. John Military no team score.
Individuals — 1. Jake Huffaker SES 74, 2. Tyler Weems ES 77, 3. Grant Brenneman Hes. 79, 4. Jordan Roth Hes. 81, 5. Justin Tietjen RC 84, 6. Charlie Skidmore SSH 87, 7. Harlen Reed RC 87, 8. Kitt Regier Hes. 88, 9. Trey Kuhlman RC 88, 10. Tanner Bachman Hes. 89, 11. Tyler Bachman Hes. 89, 12. Kendsey Johnson RC 20 90, 13. Riley Maurath Hal. 92, 14. Dylan Pieschl Min. 93, 15. Jackson Montgomery SES 93, 16. Logan Waite RC 93, 17. Baylor Bohling Hal. 95, 18. Taylor Travis Bel. 95, 19. Trevor Koehn Hes. 95, 20. Easton Roth Min. 97, 21. Albert Leach Her. 98, 22. Tristin Carswell Hal. 98, 23. Alan Pohl SES 99, 24. Kaleb Jones Bel. 99, 25. Vinton Robuck Hal. 104, 26. McKenzie Cromwell RC 106, 27. Ryan Russell SES 108, 28. Brian Weber Hal. 109, 29. Bryce Kisner SSJM 109., 30. Trent Pennington SES 114, 31. Wayne Ruble Min. 117, 32. Charles Gibbs SSJM 130, 33. Dominic Reed Min. 130, 34. Drew Michaelson Min. 130, 35. Kobe Monington Her. 130, 36. Jacob Roelfs Hal. 135, 37. Andrew Thornton Min. 164.
Prep boys’ rankings
Class 6A — 1. Blue Valley West (Last week 1), 2. Blue Valley Northwest (2), 3. Shawnee Mission East (3), 4. Lawrence Free State (5), 5. Blue Valley North (4). Others: Olathe Northwest, Olathe North, Topeka High.
Class 5A — 1. Bishop Carroll (1), 2. St. James Academy (3), 3. Arkansas City (2), 4. Shawnee Mill Valley (NR), 5. Maize (4). Others: Goddard Eisenhower (5), Valley Center, Salina Central.
Class 4A — 1. Wichita Collegiate (1), 2. McPherson (2), 3. Independence (3), 4. Andover Central (4), 5. Bishop Miege (5). Others: Abilene, Parsons, Buhler.
Class 3-2-1A — 1. Sterling (2), 2. Kansas City Christian (1), 3. Central Plains (3), 4. Hes. (4), 5. Conway Springs (5). Others: Hutchinson Trinity, Maranatha Academy, Ellsworth.
2 to Ell-Saline
BROOKVILLE — The Remington High School baseball team dropped a pair of games to Ell-Saline Friday in Heart of America League play in Brookville.
Remington lost the first game 7-5 and the second game 8-1.
In the first game, Remington led 5-4, but Ell-Saline scored three runs in the bottom of the fifth.
Murphy Seim drove in two runs for Ell-Saline. Cody Clancy had two hits. Javier Martinez had two hits with an RBI for Remington.
Joel Came and Nathan Parks each pitched three innings for Ell-Saline. Came had four strikeouts. Weston Summers pitched six innings for Remington, striking out one.
In the second game, Ell-Saline led 5-1 after two innings, scoring three runs in the sixth inning.
Colton Crisp had two hits and an RBI for Remington. Sommers also had two hits. Parks had two hits and an RBI for Ell-Saline.
Hays pitched four innings for Ell-Saline. Richard Davis struck out six in three innings.
Todd Entz threw four innings for Remington. Chase Beckner pitched three innings. Each struck out three.
Remington is 3-7 and plays today at Inman.
Sommers (L) and n/a; Parks, Came (W) 4, Hays (S) 7 and n/a.
Entz (L), Beckner 5 and n/a; Hays (W), Davis 5 and n/a.
MOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge Wildcat baseball team claimed a pair of wins Friday over Inman in Heart of America League play at Grasshopper Field.
Moundridge won the first game 10-7 and the second game 5-2.
In the first game, Inman scored seven runs in the top of the first. Moundridge came back with five runs in the third, two in the fourth, a run in the fifth and two in the sixth.
Dakota Parkhurst and Jayden Marten were both two for four hitting for Inman. Walker Strange drove in three runs.
Peyton Fast had two RBIs for Moundridge. Noah Eichelberger, Dylan Sugars, Anthony Otte, Chris Leddy and Josh Knight each drove in a run.
Knight pitched 5 1-3 innings of relief for the win. Caleb Frye finished the game for the save.
Connor Brown took the loss for Inman in relief of Strange.
“After we got down 0-7 after the first inning, I thought our team showed great resolve to chip away at the lead and get the victory,” Moundridge coach Lynn Eichelberger said. “I thought Josh Knight entered the game in a tough spot with bases loaded no outs in the 1st inning and he reduced the damage. Caleb Frye came in and closed the door for the save. With the score 5-7 and two outs in the fourth inning, Peyton Fast delivered a clutch two out hit to score two runs to tie the game at seven apiece. Then in the fifth inning, Josh Knight helped his own cause by driving in the go ahead run with a two-out single to right.”
In the second game, the Wildcats led 2-1 after three innings and added three runs in the fifth.
Eichelberger threw 5 1-3 innings of relief for the win. Frye pitched the final out for the save.
Eichelberger went two for three hitting. Sugars, Fast and Leddy each drove in a run.
Ethan Dewitt took the loss for Inman. Strange went two for two hitting.
“Chris Leddy started the game and got into a little trouble in the first inning which raised his pitch count to a point where I had to take him out,” Lynn Eichelberger said. “Putting Noah in the game that early did not worry me a coach, it worried me as a dad. I told him we need a couple of innings out of you so we can bring in Caleb to close out the game. He gave us 5 1-3 quality innings. He did a great job keeping the Inman hitters guessing and got a lot of ground balls our defense made the plays on. Noah is not going to blow the fastball by you but he likes to dink and dunk around the strike zone. Caleb Frye came in the game in the seventh with two outs, a 3-0 count on the batter and threw three consecutive strikes to earn his second save of the night.
“Noah also had a good game at the plate going two for four with a double and scoring two runs. Peyton Fast laid down a nice safety squeeze bunt to score Noah from third to take the lead for good at 2-1.”
Moundridge is 8-4 and hosts Little River at 4 p.m. today.
Strange, Brown (L) and n/a; Leddy, Knight (W) 1, Frye (S) 6 and Otte.
Dewitt (L), Lare 5 and n/a; Leddy, Eichelberger (W) 2, Frye (S) 7 and Otte.
SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinal softball team claimed a pair of wins Friday over Canton-Galva in Heart of America League play.
Sedgwick won the first game 16-5 and the second game 15-5. Both games were called after five innings on the 10-run rule.
In the first game, Sedgwick scored in every inning, scoring seven runs in the first run.
Macie McGinn had three hits with three RBIs for the Cardinals. Valerie Hicks had two hits and three RBIs. Hanna Christie drove in three runs.
Avery Blank threw five innings for Sedgwick, allowing one hit and striking out five.
In the second game, Sedgwick scored in every inning, breaking the game open with six runs in the fourth inning.
Christie drove in four runs for Sedgwick, Blank and Bailey Zerger each drove in two runs. Jayci Mastre had two hits for Canton-Galva.
Blank struck out five in five innings for Sedgwick. Taylor Everett struck out two in three innings for Canton-Galva.
Sedgwick is 7-3 and hosts Ell-Saline today.
Mchugh (L), Klatt 4, Koehn 4 and n/a; Blank (W) and n/a.
Everett (L), Klatt 4 and n/a; Blank (W) and n/a.
MOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge Wildcat softball team claimed a pair of wins over Inman Friday in HOAL play in Moundridge.
The Wildcats won the first game 17-2 in four innings on the 15-run rule. Moundridge won the second game 14-13.
In the first game, Moundridge scored five runs in each of the first two innings, adding three runs in the third and four in the fourth.
Zaelynn had four hits and three RBIs. Zizi Sebrant had three hits and three RBIs. Jadah Moore drove in two runs.
Moore pitched a complete game for Moundridge, striking out three.
Moundridge led 8-2 after two innings of the second game. Inman was able to tie the game with three runs in the top of the seventh. Moundridge scored a run in the bottom of the seventh for the win.
Moore had three RBIs for Moundridge. Moore pitched four innings with four strikeouts. Sebrant finished the game for the win, striking out two.
Moundridge is 9-4-1 and hosts Little River at 4 p.m. today.
Shober (L), Schriner 3 and n/a; Moore (W) and n/a.
Shober (L) and n/a; Moore, Sebrant (W) 4 and n/a.
SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinal baseball team claimed a pair of wins over Canton-Galva Friday in Sedgwick.
The Cardinals won the first game 13-0 and the second game 11-0.
The first game was called after five runs on the 10-run rule. Sedgwick scored in every inning, scoring five runs in the second and six in the third.
Brayden Francis had two hits and four RBIs for Sedgwick. Reed Wiens had two hits for Canton-Galva.
Neal Bever threw four innings for the win, striking out nine. Andrew Hoffsommer struck out three in the fifth inning.
In the second game, Sedgwick scored six runs in the fifth inning to break a 2-2 tie. The Cardinals added three runs in the sixth.
Bever, Kale Schroeder and Hooper Schroeder each had two hits for Sedgwick. Mason Lacey, Hooper Schroeder and Colton Smith each drove in two runs.
Trevor Bright struck out six in six innings for the Cardinals. Chris White struck out two batters in the seventh.
Sedgwick is 7-5 and hosts Ell-Saline at 4:30 p.m. today.
Gagnebin (L), Sargent 4 and n/a; Bever (W), Hoffsommer 5 and n/a.
Pearson (L), Peterson 5, Elkins 6 and n/a; Bright (W), White 7 and n/a.
HALSTEAD — The Halstead High School baseball team claimed a pair of wins Friday over Hoisington in Central Kansas League play at Riverside Park.
Halstead won the first game 7-4 and the second game 6-5.
Halstead led the first game 4-3 after three innings, adding a run in the fifth and two more in the sixth. Hoisington aded a run in the seventh.
Layke Heimerman went 6 2-3 innings for Halstead for the win, striking out three. Kaden Kraus pitched the final out for the save. Alex Schremmer took the loss for Hoisington.
Chase VanSteeenburg and Heimerman each had two hits and an RBI for Halstead. Dalton Kraus, Brian Casey and Jonathan Fulghum each added an RBI. Jeremy Breit drove in three runs for Hoisington.
In the second game, Halstead led 5-1 after six innings. Hoisington scored four runs in the top of the seventh. Halstead scored a run in the bottom of the seventh for the win.
David Schulte, Dalton Kraus and Lane Boswell each had two hits for Halstead. Dalton Kraus drove in two runs. Kaden Kraus, Schulte, Bowell and Fulghum each added an RBI.
Collin Schlochtermeier went two for four hitting for Hoisington with two RBIs. Kyle Lang went two for two. Schremmer, Trey Byers and Jerred Bieberle each drove in a run.
Breit took the loss for Hoisington, striking out six. Schulte struck out four in 5 2-3 innings. Kaden Kraus finished the game for the win, striking out three.
Halstead is 9-5 and plays today at Hillsboro.
Schremmer (L), Boxberger and n/a; Heimerman (W), K.Kraus (S) and n/a.
Breit (L) and n/a; Schulte, K.Kraus (W) 6 and n/a.
HESSTON — The Hesston High School softball team split a Central Kansas League doubleheader against Larned Friday in Hesston.
The Larks lost the first game 19-14 and won the second game 13-7.
In the first game, Larned scored in every inning but the fifth. The Indians scored six runs in the top seventh inning, holding off a final Swather rally.
Baylea Perez went the distance for Larned for the win, striking out one. Kayla Ewert took the loss for Hesston, striking out three. Emily Shirley finished the game, striking out one.
Perez went four for seven hitting for Larned, driving in two. Lynzi Myrick went two for three with four RBIs. Monica Clark went four for four with three RBIs. Madison Erway went two for four with three RBIs. Ivory Maldrow went two for four with two RBIs.
Alaina Dunlavy, Kinsley Miller and Emily Shirley all went three for five hitting. Rylie Schilling went three for four. Kailey Jo Ince and Mackenzie Koehn each went two for four. Dunlavy drove in five runs. Miller, Shirley, Emma Krehbiel, Ince, Koehn, Jada Mininger and Makayla Russell each drove in one run.
Hesston broke open the second game with six runs in the bottom of the third to break a 4-4 tie. Hesston added three more runs in the sixth inning.
Kyler Evancho went the distance for Hesston, striking out two. Myrick took the loss for Larned. Clark and Perez finished the game.
Dunlavy, Miller and Mininger each had three hits for Hesston. Russell added two. Miller, Mininger and Russell each drove in two runs.
Perez went four for five hitting for Larned. Myrick and Alea Making each went three for four. Kelsey Parr went two for four with two RBIs.
Hesston is 6-8 and plays today at Hoisington.
Perez (W) and n/a; Ewert (L), Shrley 6 and n/a.
Myrick (L), Clark 3, Perez 3 and n/a; Evancho (W) and n/a.
23rd at Hutch
HUTCHINSON – The Newton High School boys’ golf team finished 23rd out of 32 teams Friday at the Hutchinson Invitational at the Carey Park Golf Course.
Blue Valley North won the meet at 294-78, followed by Salina Sacred Heart at 294-91, Washburn Rural at 301, Shawnee Mission East at 302 and Blue Valley West at 305.
Newton had a season low 352.
Owen Hill of Shawnee Mission East was top medalist at two-under par 69, followed by Christian Ghilardi of Shawnee Mission Northwest, Cole Elmore of Salina Sacred Heart and Parker Beal of Washburn Rural at 70.
For Newton, Tanner Pauls shot a 78, followed by Austin Lackey at 91, Erick Hernandez at 91, Hunter Lujano at 92 and Zach Engelken at 95.
“The team was able to shoot their best score of the season,” Newton coach Joanie Pauls said. “Erick and Zach both posted season bests. Our putting stats are decreasing and that is helping our scoring. We are doing a better job of keeping the ball in play and avoiding penalties.”
Newton competes Thursday at the Winfield Invitational.
Team scores — Blue Valley North 294-78, Salina Sacred Heart 294-91, Washburn Rural 301, Shawnee Mission East 302, Blue Valley West 305, Kapaun-Mount Carmel 306, Hays 310-88, Manhattan 310-89, Shawnee Mission Northwest 313, Blue Valley 316, Blue Valley Northwest 323-85, Arkansas City 323-90, Maize 323-93, Goddard Eisenhower 326, Bishop Carroll 327, Dodge City 332-85, Salina South 332-89, Liberal 335, Shawnee Heights 339, Derby 342-98, Junction City 342-105, Shawnee Mission South 347, Newton 352, McPherson 353, Hutchinson 354, Wichita Heights 359, Wichita Northwest 362, Buhler 364, Salina Central 366-110, Topeka West 366-open, Garden City 371, Topeka 444.
Top 10 — 1. Owen Hill SME 69, 2. Christian Ghilardi SMNW 70, 3. Cole Elmore SSH 70, 4. Parker Beal WR 70, 5. Grant Herrenbruck SSH 71, 6. Jack Baker KMC 71, 7. Jacob Lackey McP. 71, 8. Ryan Bender BVN 71, 9. Cameron Riley Lib. 72, 10. Jake Theiss BVN 72.
Newton scores — Tanner Pauls 41-37—78, Austin Lakey 43-48—91, Erick Hernandez 48-43—91, Hunter Lujano 46-46—92, Zach Engelken 48-47—95.