GOLF

Fox Ridge Tuesday Seniors

1. Dane Lawrence, Dave Hestead, Ken Lieske, Leo Griffith -6.

2. Milt Fowler, Bob Smith, George Eason, Walt Long, Ron Ward -5.

3. Will Martling, Carvin Thiessen, Bob Schmidt, Orlyn Zehr -4.

Closest to the hole — Carvin Thiessen. Longest putt — Bob Schmidt.

Next play — Noon Tuesday.

Fox Ridge Senior Men

1. Joe Ryan, Bob Wilson, Fred Caruthers, Brad Smith 30.

2. Dave Hestead, Narci Larez, Guy Sawhill 31.

3. Milt Fowler, Bob Schmidt, Robert Smith, Tom Pryor 32.

Closest to hole 3 — Kurt Goennar. Longest putt on 9 — Dave Stallbaumer.

Next play — 11 a.m. Monday.

BASKETBALL

Kansas Basketball

Coaches Association

Prep Rankings

GIRLS

Class 6A — 1. Wichita South, 2. Olathe South, 3. Washburn Rural, 4. Lawrence Free State, 5. Dodge City, 6. Shawnee Mission Northwest, 7. Manhattan, 8. Blue Valley North, 9. Blue Valley, 10. Blue Valley Northwest.

Class 5A — 1. Leavenworth, 2. Maize, 3. St. Thomas Aquinas, 4. Emporia, 5. Wichita Heights, 6. Bishop Carroll, 7. Mill Valley, 8. NEWTON, 9. Salina Central, 10. Kapaun-Mt. Carmel.

Class 4A, Division I — 1. Bishop Miege, 2. McPherson, 3. Andover Central, 4. Kansas City Piper, 5. Labette County, 6. Abilene, 7. Wellington, 8. Paola, 9. Chanute, 10. Buhler.

Class 4A, Division II — 1. Baldwin, 2. Hugoton, 3. Girard, 4. Anderson County, 5. Wichita Collegiate, 6. Burlington, 7. Clay Center, 8. Pratt, 9. Kingman, 10. Holton.

Class 3A — 1. HESSTON, 2. Silver Lake, 3. Cimarron, 4. Sabetha, 5. REMINGTON, 6. Sterling, 7. Beloit, 8. Garden Plain, 9. Riley County, 10. Douglass.

Class 2A — 1. Central Plains, 2. St. Mary's-Colgan, 3. Valley Falls, 4. MOUNDRIDGE, 5. Meade, 6. Chase County, 7. Olpe, 8. Wabaunsee, 9. Washington County, 10. Smith Center.

Class 1A, Division I — 1. Hoxie, 2. Waverly, 3. GOESSEL, 4. Centralia, 5. St. Paul, 6. LaCrosse, 7. Thunder Ridge, 8. Hanover, 9. Flinthills, 10. Stockton.

Class 1A, Division II — 1. Beloit St. John-s-Tipton Catholic, 2. Moscow, 3. Norwich, 4. Wheatland-Grinnell, 5. Ingalls, 6. Wetmore, 7. Cunningham, 8. Axtell, 9. Golden Plains, 10. Attica.

BOYS

Class 6A — 1. Wichita East, 2. Shawnee Mission North, 3. Blue Valley Northwest, 4. Wichita Southeast, 5. Olathe North, 6. Blue Valley North, 7. Shawnee Mission South, 8. Olathe East, 9. Lawrence, 10. Wichita South.

Class 5A — 1. Wichita Heights, 2. Lansing, 3. Maize South, 4. Maize, 5. Mill Valley, 6. Kansas City Washington, 7. Bishop Carroll, 8. St. Thomas Aquinas, 9. Salina South, 10. Kapaun-Mt. Carmel.

Class 4A, Division I — 1. Bishop Miege, 2. Basehor-Linwood, 3. Abilene, 4. McPherson, 5. Buhler, 6. Andale, 7. Paola, 8. Andover Central, 9. Fort Scott, 10. Eudora.

Class 4A, Division II — 1. Holcomb, 2. Wichita Collegiate, 3. Topeka Hayden, 4. Rock Creek, 5. Concordia, 6. Girard, 7. Hugoton, 8. Parsons, 9. Burlington, 10. Frontenac.

Class 3A — 1. Scott City, 2. Osage City, 3. Sabetha, 4. Southeast of Saline, 5. Riverton, 6. Wellsville, 7. HESSTON, 8. Riley County, 9. Beloit, 10. Humboldt.

Class 2A — 1. St. John-Hudson, 2. Salina Sacred Heart, 3. Central Plains, 4. Bishop Seabury Academy, 5. Washington County, 6. Spearville, 7. Sedan, 8. Hill City, 9. Jackson Heights, 10. BEREAN ACADEMY.

Class 1A, Division I — 1. Hanover, 2. Victoria, 3. Doniphan West, 4. Hodgeman County, 5. Waverly, 6. Centralia, 7. Otis-Bison, 8. Burden of Central, 9. Rock Hills, 10. Triplains-Brewster.

Class 1A, Division II — 1. Dighton, 2. Wallace County, 3. Attica, 4. Beloit St. John’s-Tipton Catholic, 5. Hutchinson Central Christian, 6. Wheatland-Grinnell, 7. South Barber, 8. Hartford, 9. Caldwell, 10. Axtell.

Bethel signs

two players

Bethel College softball coach Stacy Middleton signed a pair of seniors from Perry-Lecompton High School to letters of intent to play for the Threshers beginning in the fall of 2016.

Players signed are Samantha Karten and Charley Carver.

Karten is a catcher for Perry-Lecompton. She was a three-year letterwinner and a first-team All-Big Seven League selection.

Karten played club softball with the Lawrence Hummers.

She spent four years on the honor roll and was a member of the Varsity Blues Dance Team.

She selected Bethel over Cornell College.

"Sam will be a great addition to our program to and to our school," Middleton said. "She brings a strong work ethic both in the classroom and on the field. She is a very versatile player that could step into a number of positions if needed. I am excited to have her join our team. She is another building block that will continue to lead us where we want to be."

"I am very excited to be joining the team and taking the next step in my life," Karten said. "I look forward to playing the game I love and have dreamed of playing since I was little; all while perusing my degree in Nursing. I can't wait. Go Threshers."

Carver is a second baseman for Perry-Lecompton. She also played club softball with the Lawrence Hummers. She was a two-year letterwinner for Perry-Lecompton.

Carver also participated in drama, 4-H and high school singers. She intends to major in elementary education and special education.

"I am excited to get a player like Charley," Middleton said. "She knows what it means to work hard and to dig deep to find a way to get the job done. She is a persistent player and will bring a positive attitude to the field and to our campus. Charley will bring depth to our outfield and spunk to our dugout."

"I am excited to be attending Bethel College, and to play with such an amazing team and under a great coach like coach Middleton," Carver said. "I am ecstatic to start the next chapter of my life at Bethel."

Thunder edged

on road

LOVELAND, Colo. — The Wichita Thunder fell to the Colorado Eagles 2-1 Wednesday night in ECHL play at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland.

Everett Sheen and Trent Daavettila each scored a goal for Colorado. Adrian Veideman, Derek Rodwell, Giffen Nyren and Darryl Bootland each added an assist.

Colorado scored a goal in the first period and added a power-play goal in the second period. Wichita scored in the third period on a goal by Kenton Miller with assists by Landon Oslanski and Martin Nemcik.

Wichita was outshot 33-22. Eric Levine had 21 saves for Colorado. Grant Rollheiser had 31 saves in goal for Wichita.

Colorado improves to 8-12-2-0, while Wichita falls to 6-14-0-1. The two teams meet again Friday.

Wingnuts sign

first players

WICHITA — The Wichita Wingnuts baseball team signed its first players for the 2016 season.

Signed are pitchers Seth Harvey and Richard Ruff.

Harvey is a six-year pro, who made his debut in 2010 in the Milwaukee Brewers farm system, where he played for five seasons and reached as high as Class A advanced. He spent last season with Florence of the Frontier League, where he was 4-4 in 32 games with a 3.98 earned-run-average, one save, 38 strikeouts and 22 walks.

Lifetime, he is 14-8 with 30 saves, a 3.47 ERA, 217 strikeouts and 87 walks.

He is a two-time minor league all-star.

Ruff is a four-year pro who sat out last season. He last played in 2014 with Rockland of the Can-American League, where he pitched in three games, striking out five and allowing four walks. He had a 9.00 ERA. He was drafted by the New York Mets in the 46th round in 2011 and spent parts of two seasons in the Mets organization. He also played with Normal in the Frontier League and Taos of the Pecos League.

Lifetime, he is 0-5 with two saves, 42 strikeouts, 50 walks and a 9.95 ERA.