Sedgwick senior named to game
WAMEGO — Sedgwick High School senior Logan Thompson was named to the West roster for the 2013 Shrine Bowl. The game will be played at 7 p.m. July 27 at Yager Stadium at the Moore Bowl on the Washburn University campus in Topeka. Thompson is a 6-foot-2, 225 pound running back and linebacker for Sedgwick, who finished the season at quarterback. Thompson was 71 of 128 passing for 936 yards with 13 touchdowns and six interceptions. He had 144 carries for 1,295 yards rushing with 22 touchdowns. He caught 22 passes for 461 yards and seven touchdowns. On defense, Thompson had 64 total tackles (45 solo and 19 assisted tackles). Thompson had two sacks, two interceptions and two fumble recoveries. Thompson helped lead Sedgwick to a 10-2 record, 5-0 in Heart of America League play. The Cardinals reached the Class 3A quarterfinals.
Eighth graders win four games
The Newton middle schools eighth-grade girls’ basketball teams won four games in recent play. The A team downed Derby 46-6 and Arkansas City 28-23. “The girls came out strong (against Derby), dominating the game from the beginning and outscoring Derby 12-0 in the first quarter,” Newton coach Bob Graber said. “The girls controlled the boards, outrebounding Derby 49-13, and stealing the ball 26 times. We did a much better job of limiting mental mistakes and caused Derby problems with their defense. “(The Arkansas City game) was not a pretty game to watch. They play and call the game differently down there. It was a very physical game. The girls bent a little, but didn’t break. It took a half of play for us to adjust to the physical play. The girls finished 2012 with a 5-2 record. They have eight days now to get healthy and rejuvenated for the 2013 part of the season.” The B team downed Derby 18-17 and Arkansas City 31-11. “Suffering from a difficult night of shooting and turnovers, the Lady Railer B team battled a tough Derby team and trailed most of the game,” Newton coach Chris Headrick said. “Keeping their composure during the final seconds of the game, the Lady Railers had a 3-point shot by Celina Perez swish to win the game by one point. “Balanced scoring and a good defensive effort resulted in the seventh win for the Lady Railers B team,” Headrick said of the B game. The A team is 5-2, 2-1 in Pioneer League Division I play. The B team is 7-0, 3-0 in Pioneer League play. Newton hosts Haysville West at 5 p.m. Monday.
A games vs. Derby NEWTON — Akers 10, Harris 8, Entz 7, Schmidt 6, Lachenmayr 5, Long 2, Stenzel 4, M.Regier 2, Boston 2. Newton 12 15 10 9 —46 Derby 0 3 3 0 —6 vs. Arkansas City NEWTON — Akers 10, Schmidt 7, Entz 4, Harris 4, Boston 2, Lachenmayr 2. Newton 5 6 9 8 —28 Ark City 5 7 2 9 —23 B games vs. Derby NEWTON — Perez 8, Lachenmayr 5, Long 2, A.Regier 2, Rostetter 1. Newton 0 3 8 7 —18 Derby 4 6 1 6 —17 vs. Arkansas City NEWTON — Long 8, Perez 6, Lujano 4, A.Regier 4, Lachenmayr 3, M.Regier 3, Loyd 3. Newton 8 8 11 4 —31 Ark City 3 0 6 2 —11
Seventh grade girls finish 4-2
The Newton middle schools seventh-grade girls’ basketball teams finished a recent slate of games 4-2. The A team downed Hutchinson 44-16 and Derby 46-12, and lost to Arkansas City 32-29. “The first half we couldn’t get our legs going after the long bus ride,” Newton coach Jenny Gihring said of the Arkansas City game. “We finally got going the fourth quarter but ran out of time.” The B team downed Hutchinson 32-12, lost to Derby 17-16 and beat Arkansas City 32-23. “The B Team started slowly too but kicked it in gear during the second quarter,” coach Sadie Minkevitch said of the B game. The A team is 5-2, 3-0 in Pioneer League Division I play. The B team is 5-1, 2-1 in Pioneer League Division I play. Newton hosts Haysville West at 5 p.m. Monday.
A games vs. Hutchinson NEWTON — Bacon 15, Brewer 6, Simmons 6, Antonowich 5, Saenz 4, Mitchell 4 ,Nichols 2, Berry 2. Newton 8 23 7 16 —44 Hutch 6 3 5 2 —16 vs. Derby NEWTON — Simmons 14, Berry 12, Mitchell 6, Bacon 4, Nichols 4, Antonowich 4, Brewer 2. Newton 8 14 10 12 —46 Derby 1 2 7 2 —12 vs. Arkansas City NEWTON — Simmons 11, Mitchell 6, Bacon 5, Berry 2, Nichols 1. Newton 6 4 2 17 —29 Ark City 15 7 6 2 —32 B games vs. Hutchinson NEWTON — (leader) Nichols 10. Newton 10 4 6 12 —32 Hutch 1 3 2 6 —12 vs. Derby NEWTON — Nichols 8, Brewer 4, Saenz 2, Unruh 2. Newton 4 8 4 0 —16 Derby 4 3 6 4 —17 vs. Arkansas City NEWTON — Nicols 8, Edson 7, Brewer 6, Saenz 5, Unruh 4, Barger 4, Szambecki 2. Newton 10 4 6 12 —32 Ark City 4 6 4 7 —23
Wings fall to Wave
MILWAUKEE — The Wichita Wings saw a three-game winning streak snapped after a 12-6 loss to the Milwaukee Wave Monday in Major Indoor Soccer League play at U.S. Cellular Arena. Tied 6-6 in the fourth quarter, Jonathan Greenfield and Israel Sesay each scored on a 3-point goal for the Wave, which improved to 8-2. Milwaukee wins its seventh straight. Tenzin Rampa and Luan Oliveira each scored first-half goals for Milwaukee to lead 4-0 at the half. Wichita got back in the game in the third quarter with goals by Frederico Moojen and Andrew Hoxie to tie the game. Oliveira scored late in the third quarter to break the tie. Wichita’s Miguel Ferrer scored early in the fourth quarter to tie the game. Oliveira finished the game with two goals and an assist. Greenfield finished with a goal and an assist. For Wichita, Hoxie finished with a goal and an assist. Milwaukee’s Nick Vorberg had 15 saves in goal for the win. Wichita’s Nicholas Martinez had 14 saves in goal. Wichita is tied for fourth place in the MISL, five games behind leader Baltimore. Milwaukee is one game behind the Blast. Wichita plays Missouri at 3:10 p.m. Sunday at the Independence Events Center.
Thunder drops second straight
NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, Texas — The Wichita Thunder dropped its second straight game, falling to the Fort Worth Brahmas 4-2 Monday in Central Hockey League play at the NYTEX Center in North Richland Hills. Wichita led 2-1 after the first period on power-play goals by Dave Inman and Les Reaney. Matt Summers assisted on both goals. R.G. Flath and Kevin Young were also credited with an assists each. For Fort Worth, Calin Wild scored a goal with an assist. Shawn Szydlowski, Austin Mayer and Tomas Klempa each added a goal. Ross Rouleau had two assists. Brad Fogal stopped 35 of 37 shots in goal for Fort Worth for the win. Torrie Jung took the loss for Wichita, stopping 18 of 22 shots. Wichita falls to 19-10-3, falling to second place in the CHL, three points behind Allen. Fort Worth improves to 15-12-4, in sixth place in the league standings. Wichita plays at 7:05 p.m. today at Quad City.