HAYSVILLE — The Newton High School volleyball team ended the regular season with a split Tuesday at Campus.
Newton downed Campus 25-21, 27-29; and lost to Andover 25-21, 25-21.
"Campus played really well this evening," Newton coach Jamie Dibbens said. "It was their senior night and they were fired up about that. I thought we had some great moments against Andover. We did really well against their serve and were able to side out. We aren't blocking consistently right now and that did not allow us to string together points."
Newton ends the regular season 24-15, 9-3 in Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division I play. Newton opens Class 5A sub-state play at approximately 3 p.m. Saturday against 26-11 Salina Central at Kapaun-Mt. Carmel. The winner plays Kapaun-Mt. Carmel (33-4) or Wichita West (0-26) in the championship match.
HALSTEAD — The Hesston High School volleyball team ended the regular season with a split Tuesday at Halstead.
Hesston downed Halstead 25-12, 25-20; and Nickerson 25-18, 25-17. Halstead downed Nickerson 25-21, 25-18.
"We started strong in the first set against Halstead, but relaxed a bit in the second set and didn’t come out as sharp, falling behind 16-12," Hesston coach Jason Peters said. "We were able to keep our composure and made a run to finish out the match.
"Against Nickerson, we struggled a bit in the first set, but our serving helped us pull ahead. We made a lot of hitting errors against Nickerson, which we will need to fix before Saturday. We blocked well in both matches, and served well throughout the night. We will just need to put it all together Saturday to be successful against a strong Sub-State field."
Nickerson ends the season 14-22. Hesston ends the season 30-6, while Halstead is 24-12. Both Hesston and Halstead play in the Class 3A sub-state tournament in Marion. Halstead faces 24-12 Sedgwick in the first round. Hesston faces 19-17 Marion in the first round.
Kills: Kelsey Unruh 8, Jessanna Nebel 5, Hannah Schmitt 4, Ali Jost 4, Veronica Ziegler 4, Cami Richardson 3, Megan Voth 2.
Assists: Voth 22, Nebel 3, Richardson 1, Schmitt 1, Jost 1.
Aces: Unruh 3, Nebel 1.
Blocks: Unruh 2, Nebel 1.
Digs: Schmitt 11, Nebel 11, Jost 6, Taylor Esau 5, Voth 5, Unruh 5, Richardson 4, Ziegler 1.
Kills: Richardson 6, Nebel 3, Jost 3, Voth 2, Unruh 2, Schmitt 2.
Assists: Voth 13, Nebel 2, Richardson 1, Schmitt 1.
Aces: Schmitt 3, Unruh 2, Richardson 1, Nebel 1.
Blocks: Unruh 3, Nebel 2, Voth 1, Schmitt 1, Jost 1.
Digs: Voth 9, Richardson 5, Schmitt 4, Nebel 4, Jost 2, Esau 1.
JV — Hesston def. Halstead 25-19, 25-20; Nickerson def. Hesston 25-23, 11-25, 15-11. Hesston ends season 11-18-1.
C Team — Hesston def. Nickerson 25-13, 25-19; Halstead def. Hesston 14-25, 25-21, 15-10. Hesston ends season 29-5.
WICHITA — The Bethel College cross country team swept Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference weekly honors for the week just ending.
Laird Goertzen and Katelyn Fatten were named the KCAC men's and women's cross country runners of the week. They were the first Bethel runners honored this season.
Goertzen finished 22nd in the Bethel Invitational Saturday in 29:45. Goertzen, a sophomore from Goessel, was the 10th NAIA runner to finish.
Fatten, a freshman from Riverside, Calif., finished sixth in 20:56, the fourth NAIA runner to finish.
fall to KWU
SALINA — The Bethel College women's soccer team fell to Kansas Wesleyan 6-0 Tuesday in Salina.
Bethel falls to 2-11-1, 1-5 in KCAC play. Kansas Wesleyan improves to 9-3-3, 6-0 in KCAC play.
Mitzi Ibarra and Crystal Sanchez each had two goals for the Coyotes. Melissa Martinez scored a goal with three assists. Evelyn De La Rosa added a goal.
Bethel was outshot 46-5. Madison Wiles had 21 saves in goal for Bethel.
The Threshers host Friends at 5 p.m. Saturday.
Bethel 0 0 —0
K.Wes. 2 4 —6
First half—KW: Martinez (unassisted), 3rd minute; KW: DeLaRosa (unassisted), 23rd.
Second half—KW: Ibarra (unassisted), 57th minute; KW: Sanchez (unassisted), 63rd; KW: Sanchez (Baker), 63rd; KW: Ibarra (unassisted), 64th.
Shots—BL 5, KW 46. Saves—BL 21, KW 3. Goalkeepers—BL: Wiles. KW: Tielrooy.
A parents meeting for any prospective Newton middle school basketball player will be at 7 p.m. Monday at Chisholm Middle School.
Parents of boys interested in playing will be at the west gym. Parents of prospective girls playing will be in the cafeteria.