Berean falls to WTA in OT
ELBING — The Berean Academy soccer team was edged by Wichita Trinity Academy Thursday in overtime in Wichita. Adam Huser scored the game-winner for the Knights. Ben Mosely and Jon Lang added goals for WTA. Dylan Warner had an assist. Landon Kaye had eight saves in goal for WTA, 3-6-1. David Ladwig scored both goals for Berean, 4-3. Ryan Adams posted an assist. Dallas Wiebe had six saves in goal for the Warriors. Berean hosts Winfield at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Berean Acad. 0 2 (0-0) —2 W.Trinity Acd. 2 0 (0-1) —3 1. WTA Ben Mosely (Dylan Warner) 1h. 2. WTA Jon Lang (unassisted) 1h. 3. BA David Ladwig (unassisted) 2h. 4. BA Ladwig (Ryan Adams) 2h. 5. WTA Adam Huser (unassisted) OT2. Total shots — BA 10, WTA 11. Shots on goal — BA 10, WTA 9. Saves — BA: Dallas Wiebe (L) 6. WTA: Landon Kaye (W) 8. Corner kicks — BA 0, WTA 10, Fouls — BA 6, WTA 10. Offsides — none.
Eighth-grade gridders win
The Newton middle schools eighth grade football A team downed Arkansas City 34-8 Thursday at Fischer Field. Kade Remsberg scored on runs of 25 and one yard. Brenden Powell scored on a 25-yard run. Anthony Zieammermann scored on a one-yard run. Connor Garcia scored on a 50-yard interception return. Newton also scored a safety when Austin Gehring and Jacob Robbins sacked the Arkansas City quarterback in the endzone. Carlos Cornejo hit two PAT kicks. “We scored enough early that we got to play the B team in the third and fourth quarters,” Newton coach James Wiens said. “The defense played really well. The A team defense allowed just one or two first downs in the game. We had lots of downfield tackles. We also had a lot of penalties, but we were able to overcome those.” Newton is 1-3 and plays at 5 p.m. Thursday at Haysville West, both an A and B game.
Schedule set for Newton tourney
The Newton Invitational volleyball tournament will be 8 a.m. Saturday on three courts at the high school. In the A poll will be McPherson, Andale, Dodge City, Buhler and Wichita Heights. In the B pool will be Wichita Northwest, Newton, Andover Central, Hays and Salina South. The schedule is listed below: The following matches will be at 8 a.m.: Andover Central vs. Hays (Ravenscroft Gym 1), Wichita Northwest vs. Salina South (Ravenscroft Gym 2), Andale vs. Wichita Heights (Willis Gym). The following matches will take place on the next available court: Dodge City vs. Buhler, Newton vs. Salina South, McPherson vs. Wichita Heights, Andale vs. Buhler, Newton vs. Andover Central, Wichita Northwest vs. Hays and McPherson vs. Dodge City. After a 20-minute break, the following matches will be played in this order: Dodge City vs. Wichita Heights, Andover Central vs. Salina South, McPherson vs. Buhler, Newton vs. Hays, Andale vs. Dodge City, Wichita Northwest vs. Andover Central, Buhler vs. Wichita Heights, Hays vs. Salina South, McPherson vs. Andale and Wichita Northwest vs. Newton. A 15-minute break will precede the semifinals. The third-place and championship matches will follow the semifinals.
HC women fall to CCC
COFFEYVILLE — The Hesston College women’s soccer team fell to Coffeyville Community College 1-0 Tuesday in Coffeyville. Jessie Lynch scord in the 72nd minute for Coffeyville with an assist from Melissa Ewing. Hesston was outshot 17-6. The Larks are 4-4 and host Cloud County Community College at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Hesston 0 0 —0 Coffeyville 0 1 —1 1. CC Jessie Lynch (Melissa Ewing) 72m. Shots — HC 6, CC 17. Saves — HC 6, CC 1. Corner kicks — HC 2, CC 5.
Thunder sets exhibition game
WICHITA — The Wichita Thunder will play a pre-season exhibition at 3 p.m. Oct. 13 at the Wichita Ice Center against the Tulsa Oilers. Tulsa will host the expansion Denver Cutthroats at 6 p.m. Oct. 14 at the United Wireless Center in Dodge City, the first professional game to be played at that venue. Wichita re-signed forward Dustin Donaghy and defenseman Kevin Young and signed defenseman Kyle Radke and forward Don Melnyk. Donaghy is a fourth-year pro. Last season with Wichita, he scored eight goals and six assists in 57 games. Young is an eight-year pro. He played eight games with Wichita last season, scoring two goals and two assists. In the playoffs, he scored three goals with six assists. Radke is a six-year pro who spent the last two seasons with Rio Grande Valley. Last year, he scored one goal and five assists in 27 games. Melnyk is a six-year pro, who spent the last five seasons in the Southern Professional Hockey League. In 33 games with Louisiana last season, he scored eight goals and 33 assists. Wichita will host “Bring Back the Joy” Night March 3. The Thunder will wear special jerseys that night and auction them off after the game. Proceeds will go to Restore Hope Inc., a non-profit group that is working to restore the Joyland Amusement Park in Wichita.
Berean falls to WTA in OT