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  • BC women
    claim win
    The Bethel College women's soccer team claimed its first Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference win of the season, stopping Sterling 1-0 Wednesday at Joe W. Goering Field.
    The Threshers snap an eight-game streak without a win, improving to 2-9-1 overall and 1-3 in KCAC play.
    Ariel Williams scored in the 85th minute for the Threshers.
    Bethel was outshot 23-2. Madison Wiles had 11 saves in goal for Bethel. Kylie Dean had one save in goal for Sterling, 7-3-1 overall and 2-2 in KCAC play.
    Bethel plays at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Southwestern.
    Sterling 0 0 —0
    Bethel 0 1 —1
    1. BC Ariel Williams (unassisted) 84:56
    Total shots — SC 10-13—23, BC 1-1—2. Shots on goal — SC 7-4—11, BC 1-1—2. Saves — SC: Kylie Dean (L) 1-0—1. BC: Madison Wiles (W) 7-4—11. Corner kicks — SC 9, BC 0. Fouls — SC 5, BC 5. Offsides — SC 0, BC 0. Cautions — none.
    Thresher men
    stop Sterling
    The Bethel College mens soccer team posted its first conference win of the season, stopping Sterling College 4-0 Wednesday at Joe W. Goering Field.
    The win was Bethel's third clean sheet of the season. It also matches the most goals the Threshers scored in a game this season.
    Bethel led 1-0 at the half.
    Nestor Reyes, Allan Segura, Christian Gallindo and Trevor Ford each scored a goal for Bethel.
    Total shots were even at 12-12. Bethel keeper Casey Budd had eight saves for the shutout win. Sterling used two keepers with Michael Utter posting five saves. Jonathan Burnaman had one save.
    Sterling falls to 4-8, 1-3 in KCAC play. Bethel improves to 4-7-1, 1-2-1 in conference play.
    Bethel plays Southwestern at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in Winfield.
    Sterling 0 0 —0
    Bethel 1 3 —4
    1. BC Nestor Reyes (unassisted) 1:45
    2. BC Allan Segura (unassisted) 72:55
    3. BC Christian Galindo (unassisted) 77:29
    4. BC Trevor Ford (unassisted) 87:59
    Total shots — SC 4-8—12, BC 7-5—12. Shots on goal — SC 2-6—8, BC 5-5-10. Saves — SC: Michael Utter (L, 75:35, 2 ga) 4-1—5; Jonathan Burnaman (14:25, 2 ga) x-1—1. BC: Casey Budd (W) 2-6—8. Corner kicks — SC 1, BC 2. Fouls — SC 3, BC 8. Offsides — SC 0, BC 0. Cautions — SC: Eric Rodriguez 55:24.
    Thresher spikers
    fall to Tabor
    HILLSBORO — The Bethel College volleyball team dropped its fifth straight match, falling to rival Tabor in three sets Wednesday in Hillsboro.
    Bethel dropped the match 25-16, 25-17, 25-22.
    Tabor was led by Katie Kaufman with 15 kills, Katelin Horstick with 12 and Jessie Vogts with 10. Hollister Wolf set 47 assists. Courtney Erwin and Whitney Maple served two aces each. Wolf and Amy Jo Maphet each had 13 digs, followed by Kaufman with 12 and Maple with 11.
    Page 2 of 2 - For Bethel, Jennifer Van Horn had eight kills. Sam Sheridan set 13 assists. Maggie Hans had 14 digs, followed by Tori Pickens with 13. Van Horn and Jordan Gray each had two blocks.
    Tabor is 17-6, 9-2 in KCAC play, sweeping the series between the two teams six sets to one. Bethel falls to 9-14, 2-9 in KCAC play. Bethel plays at noon Saturday at Ottawa.
    Bethel k as ac d b
    Pickens 1 0 1 13 1
    Regier 6 0 0 5 1
    Van Horn 8 0 1 2 2
    Sheridan 0 13 0 3 0
    Gray 4 0 0 2 0
    McStravick 4 0 0 1 0
    Hans 0 0 0 14 0
    Goertzen 0 0 0 1 0
    Buller 0 0 0 3 0
    Moe 0 9 0 8 0
    Hiebert 1 0 0 0 0
    Tabor k as ac d b
    Wolf 1 47 0 13 1
    Vogts 10 0 0 2 0
    Jackson 0 0 1 9 0
    Kaufman 15 1 9 2 0
    Erwin 8 0 2 6 0
    Maple 0 0 2 11 0
    Loewen 0 0 0 0 0
    Horstick 12 0 0 0 0
    Gardner 0 0 0 0 0
    Maphet 0 0 0 13 0
    Pina 1 0 0 0 0
    Wendland 2 0 0 1 1
    k-kills, as-assists, ac-aces, d-digs, b-total blocks.
    Bethel 16 17 22 —0
    Tabor 25 25 25 —3
    Local golfers
    win tournament
    STERLING — The team of Swede Osbourn, Greg Osbourn and Dick Edwards won the championship flight of a tournament at the Sterling Country Club.
    The team had a score of 57, 14-under par.
    CHL names
    commissioner
    GLENDALE, Ariz. — Steve Ryan has been named the commissioner of the Central Hockey League.
    The Wichita Thunder is a founding member of the league.
    Ryan founded Ryan Enterprises in 2008, a sports management advisory and consulting company. He spent eight seasons as commissioner of the Major Indoor Soccer League (second incarnation) and one season as commissioner of the National Professional Soccer League.
    He was president and chief operating officer of Pittsburgh Sports Associates, which operated the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Pittsburgh Stingers indoor soccer team and the Russian Red Army Penguins hockey team.
    He also served as president and COO of NHL Enterprises from 1981 to 1995. NHL Enterprises is the marketing, licensing and entertainment arm of the NHL.
    Ryan takes over a league which changed ownership in the off-season from Global Entertainment Corperation to a league operated by the team owners.
    The CHL has nine teams in eight states and a team in Canada. The regular season begins Friday.
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