Hesston, Halstead?claim CKL winsHESSTON — Hesston and Halstead each claimed a pair of wins Tuesday at a Central Kansas League double dual in Hesston.?Hesston downed Kingman 25-14, 26-24; and Haven 25-22, 25-17. Halstead downed Haven 25-21, 27-25; and Kingman 25-9, 25-20.?“We won the first set against Kingman fairly easily, aided by a number of their mistakes,” Hesston coach Jason Peters said. “Kingman’s hitters played much better in the second set, and we stopped being aggressive, falling behind 19-10. After a side out, Megan Voth had the next 11 serves with four aces to put us ahead 21-19. Kingman came back to lead 24-23, but we were able to find a way to finish the match with three consecutive points.”?For Hesston against Kingman, Caylee Richardson had eight kills, followed by Ali Jost with seven, Hannah Schmitt with three, Jessanna Nebel with two and Alex Deegan with two. Voth set 24 assists. Voth had four aces. Jost and Schmitt each had eight digs, followed by Bean with three and Cami Richardson with two. Deegan, Unruh, Cami Richardson and Jost each downed a block.?“The Haven match was a back-and-forth battle in both sets,” Peters said. “We were able to side out fairly effectively, but had trouble stringing together points with nine missed serves in the match. We did a nice job of not losing our composure, and never allowed any server more than three serves at a time. Our setting and hitting was strong and consistent throughout. It was nice to get two wins at home for our last home matches of the season.”?Against Haven, Jost had 12 kills, followed by Caylee Richardson with seven, Deegan with three, Schmitt with two and Cami Richardson with two. Voth set 25 assists. Nebel and Voth each had two aces. Jost had nine digs, followed by Taylor Esau with six, Schmitt with five, Cami Richardson with four and Voth with three. Voth and Unruh each had a block.?Hesston is 13-5, 5-0 in the CKL. Both Hesston and Halstead both play Saturday at the Canton-Galva Invitational.?“We have the toughest part of our schedule coming up, with a very competitive Canton-Galva Tournament on Saturday and four of the top teams in the league coming up in the next two weeks,” Peters said.Junior varsity — Haven def. Hesston 25-13, 24-26, 15-10; Halstead def. Kingman 25-16, 25-4; Hesston def. Kingman 25-17, 25-20; Haven def. Halstead 23-25, 25-23, 15-8.?C team — Halstead def. Kingman 25-14, 25-17; Hesston def. Haven 25-12, 25-20; Halstead def. Haven 25-20, 25-14; Hesston def. Kingman 27-25, 24-26, 15-9.Sedgwick wins?HOAL titleELBING — The Sedgwick Cardinals ran the table in Heart of America League competition after a pair of wins Tuesday in Elbing.?Sedgwick downed Canton-Galva 25-13, 25-13; and Berean Academy 25-15, 25-14. Berean Academy downed Canton-Galva 25-17, 25-12.?Sedgwick improves to 25-1, 9-0 in HOAL play.?Sedgwick hosts Remington and Inman at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Berean Academy plays Saturday at the Burrton Invitational.Goessel wins?WSL titleHOPE — The Goessel Bluebird volleyball team won the Wheat State League title for the third straight year after a pair of wins Tuesday in Hope.?Goessel downed Hope 25-5, 25-19; and Wakefield 25-8, 25-14.?Goessel is 16-5, 8-0 in WSL play. Goessel plays Saturday at the Canton-Galva Invitational.