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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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  • Bronco spikers finish week 7-1DOUGLASS — The Remington Broncos went 5-1 Saturday at the Douglass Invitational. Remington downed Douglass 20-25, 25-19, 25-22. Emma Hilgenfeld went 19 of 19 serving, had 17 good attacks, eight kills and six downed blocks. Deanna Ingalsbe had 14 total blocks, eight good attacks and three kills. Rose Dollarhide had 21 good sets with six assists. Kristyn Wedel had 12 good attacks with a kill. Megan McNeill had three good attacks with a kill. Kylee Schunn had 20 good passes and three good attacks. Jasmine Ingalsbe went 13 of 14 serving. Remington then beat El Dorado 25-13, 25-19. Jasmine Ingalsbe went 12 of 12 serving with two aces. Hilgenfeld was 16 of 16 serving with six kills. Wedel had nine good attacks and nine kills. Madison Janzen had nine good attacks and 13 assists. Nicole Minder had seven good attacks, two kills and went eight for eight serving. Remington beat Garden Plain 19-25, 25-20, 25-21. Minder went 17 of 17 serving with two aces. Jasmine Ingalsbe and Rose Dollarhide each went 13 of 13 serving. Janzen had 18 good attacks, six kills and eight total blocks. Hilgenfeld had 11 good attacks, four kills and 16 total blocks. Schunn had 31 good passes, three good attacks and went eight of eight serving. The Broncos beat Conway Springs 25-8, 25-15. Janzen was 17 of 18 serving with five aces and nine assists. Minder went 10 of 10 serving with two aces, 13 good attacks and three kills. Hilgenfeld had nine good attacks and seven kills. Wedel had four good attacks and six total blocks. Ingalsbe had 11 total blocks and five downed blocks. The Broncos fell to Wichita Trinity Academy 25-20, 25-16. Jasmine Ingalsbe went seven of seven serving with seven good passes. Hilgenfeld had 12 good attacks with seven kills. Minder had 16 good passes with eight good attacks. Janzen had 10 good attacks with five kills and 10 assists. Dollarhide had 16 good sets with six assists. Schunn had 21 good passes and two kills. Remington closed out the tournament with a 25-10, 25-10 win over Leon-Bluestem. Janzen went 19 of 20 serving and set 11 assists. Jasmine Ingalsbe went 12 of 12 serving. Schunn was five of five serving with two aces. Hilgenfeld had 13 good attacks with eight kills. Wedel had nine good attacks with four kills. Hilgenfeld, Janzen and Schunn each were named to the all-tournament team. Tuesday, Remington swept a Heart of America League triangular at Remington. Remington downed Moundridge 25-13, 25-21. Dollarhide was 17 of 17 serving with eight assists. Janzen had 13 good attacks with six kills. Minder had 10 good attacks with five kills. Hilgenfeld had 16 total blocks, downing five. Deanna Ingalsbe had 13 total blocks, downing four. Wedel had six good attacks and two kills. Schunn had 18 good passes and six good attacks. Remington downed Marion 23-25, 25-21, 25-13. Hilgenfeld had 17 good attacks and 13 kills. Minder had 23 good attacks and 11 kills. Deanna Ingalsbe had 10 good attacks, two kills, 17 total blocks and six downed blocks. McNeill had four kills. Janzen set 25 assists and went 13 of 14 serving with four aces. Jasmine Ingalsbe went 14 of 14 serving with 15 good passes. Moundridge downed Marion 25-13, 25-21. Remington is 18-8, 6-3 in HOAL play. The Broncos play at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Sedgwick with Inman.Middle school runners competeANDOVER — The Newton middle schools cross country team competed Tuesday at the Andover Central Invitational. The seventh-grade girls placed fifth. Newton medalists include Alyssa Meyer (13th), Victoria Velazco (14th), Erica Beebe (19th), Christina Bruce (24th), Moira Dewey (26th) and Elaine Bergquist (30th). The seventh-grade boys finished fifth. Medalists include Henry Friesen-Guhr (sixth), Matthew Mills (12th) and Ryan Hirsh (24th). The eighth-grade girls finished sixth. Medalists include Kyla Jantz (15th), Junen Lujano (16th) and Jen Andres (20th). The eighth-grade boys finished third. Medalists include Sam Blaufuss (third), Joseph Mick (18th), Mike Kelso (20th) and Logan Hamm (25th).Area regional assignments setTOPEKA — Regional girls’ golf and girls’ tennis assignments for area schools have been made by the Kansas State High School Activities Association. The assignments are listed below: GIRLS’ TENNIS Class 5A Oct. 6 Newton at Valley Center with Goddard, Goddard Eisenhower, Great Bend, Hays and Maize South. The top six singles and doubles finishers advance to state Oct. 12 and 13 at Kossover Tennis Center, Topeka. Class 4A Oct. 5 and 6 Hesston at McPherson with Abilene, Buhler, Chapman, Clay Center, Concordia, El Dorado, Smoky Valley and Circle. The top six singles and doubles finishers advance to state Oct. 12 and 13 at Emporia High School. GIRLS’ GOLF Oct. 8 Newton at Salina Municipal Golf Course with Great Bend, Hays, Maize South, Salina Central, Salina South and Valley Center. The top three teams and top five golfers not on the top three teams advance to state Oct. 15 at the Emporia Municipal Golf Course. Swede Scramble slated for Oct. 6LINDSBORG — The first Swede Scramble will be noon Oct. 6 at the Salina Municipal Golf Course. The tournament will benefit the Bethany College wrestling program. The tournament is a best-ball scramble. Each four-player team will be paired with a Bethany wrestler. For more information, contact Cody Garcia at garciaco@bethanylb.edu. 

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