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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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  • Railers blank Salina SouthSALINA — The Newton High School boys’ soccer team closed out Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division I play with a 2-0 win over Salina South Tuesday at Salina District Stadium. Frank Vasquez and Carlos Reyes each scored a goal for the Railers. Ryan Stuchlik had an assist. Newton held a 19-10 advantage in total shots. Nat Dick had four saves in goal for the shutout win. Newton is 8-6-1, 2-3-1 in AV-CTL I play, and ends the regular season Oct. 18 at Rose Hill.Newton 1 1 —2 S.South 0 0 —0 1. N Frank Vasquez (unassisted) 25m. 2. N Carlos Reyes (Ryan Stuchlik) 69m. Total shots — New. 19, SS 10. Shots on goal — New. 12, SS 4. Saves — New: Nat Dick (W) 4. SS: Jimenez (L) 10.HC women top McPhersonHESSTON — The Hesston College women’s soccer team downed the McPherson College junior varsity 3-1 Tuesday at the HC field. All of the scoring was done in the first half. Mariah Martin, Tatianna Sabbah and Kelli Christenson each scored a goal for the Larks. Tori Wheeler had two assists. Marisol Arriaga-Valles added an assist. Emily McFeron scored for McPherson. Hesston is 7-8 and plays at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at Southwestern Adventist.McPherson 1 0 —1 Hesston 3 0 —3 1. HC Mariah Martin (Tori Wheeler) 11m. 2. HC Tatianna Sabbah (Marisol Arriaga-Valles) 13m. 3. MC Emily McFeron (unassisted) 40m. 4. HC Kelli Christenson (Wheeler) 43m. Shots — MC 9, HC 16. Saves — MC 3, HC 4. Corner kicks — MC 1, HC 3.KSHOF sponsors hitting clinicWICHITA — The Kansas Sports Hall of Fame is sponsoring a hitting clinic with former Major Leaguer Ken Berry from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Oct. 27 at Balls-N-Strikes, 3919 North Hillcrest, in Bel Aire. The clinic is open to players ages 7 to 17. Also instructing is Wichita Wingnuts manager and former Major Leaguer Kevin Hooper. Space is limited. To register, call (316) 262-2038.Silent auction set for FridayThere will be a silent auction for four University of Kansas-Iowa State football tickets Friday at the Newton-Emporia game at Fischer Field in Newton. The KU-ISU game is Nov. 17 in Lawrence. Bidding will start at 6 p.m. and conclude at the end of the third quarter. The winner will be announced during the fourth quarter. You must be present to win and pay for the tickets to pick them up. Bids will be taken at the Newton Athletic Booster Club table on the west plaza of the stadium. Proceeds benefit the Newton Athletic Department.Seventh graders win fifth straightThe Newton middle schools seventh-grade A football team claimed a pair of wins to extend its winning streak to five games. Newton downed Haysville West 45-12 at home for Breast Cancer Awareness day. Newton then downed Maize Thursday 48-6. “Our offense has really been clicking on all cylinders,” Newton coach Earnest Johns said. “We have so many weapons with lots of speed and that makes it hard for any defense to focus on one person. Our defense has come together and is full of power and speed as well, so we are hard to stop. I just wish we could play that first game against Derby over again, because I think it would be a different outcome this time.” Newton plays at 5 p.m. Thursday at Maize South. Newton and Maize South each has one loss in Pioneer League Division I play. The winner gets second place in the league outright behind Derby.Peabody-Burns stops HartfordHARTFORD — The Peabody-Burns football team downed Hartford 56-8 Friday in Eight-Man Division I district play in Hartford. The game was called in the third quarter on the 45 point rule. Austin Savage rushed for 48 yards with three touchdowns. Brooks Hodges also rushed for a touchdown. Tommy Morris had three receptions for 62 yards and two touchdowns. Lucas Larsen also caught a touchdown pass. Peabody-Burns is 5-1 and hosts Flinthills at 7 p.m. Friday. 
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