SOFTBALL

CKL

Hesston 14, Halstead 10

Hesston 7, Halstead 6

HESSTON — The Hesston Swather softball team claimed a pair of close wins against cross-county rival Halstead Tuesday in Central Kansas League play.

Hesston won 14-10 and 7-6.

Leading the first game 5-3, Hesston scored eight runs in the bottom of the fourth and held off the Dragons the rest of the way.

Hesston was outhit 16-5, but Halstead gave up 11 walks.

Kaela Wade went the distance on the mound for Hesston, striking out nine.

Bailey Goodman took the loss for Halstead.

Alaina Dunlavy drove in three runs for Hesston. Wade drove in two. Machenzie Koehn went two for two with two RBIs.

Madyson Beckett went three for four for Halstead with a home run and five RBIs. Goodman went two for four with four RBIs. B Day went three for four. Kayla Newman went three for five.

Hesston led 4-2 after four innings. Halstead used a four-run seventh inning to take the lead. Hesston scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh.

Liz Lumbreras went three for four hitting for Hesston with two RBIs. Rylie Schilling and Lindsey Jones each went two for three with an RBI. Koehn hit a solo home run. Dunlavy went two for four.

Daphne Williams went two for four for Halstead with four RBIs. Claire Wingert went two for four.

Wade pitched the last two outs of the seventh for the win. Starter Jones allowed 11 walks and struck out four.

Callie Considine took the loss for Halstead.

Hesston is 2-4 and plays Tuesday at Haven. Halstead is 0-6 and plays Tuesday at Lyons.

First game

Halstead;030;021;4;—10;16;1

Hesston;104;810;x;—14;5;1

Goodman (L), Beckett 3, Considine 5 and n/a; Wade (W) and n/a. HR — Hal.: Beckett.

Second game

Hesston;010;100;4;—6;6;0

Hesston;040;000;3;—7;12;0

Beckett, Koehn 4, Considine (L) 7 and n/a; Jones, Wade (W) and n/a. HR — Hes.: Koehn.

HOAL

Remington 15, Moundridge 9

Moundridge 12, Remington 5

WHITEWATER — The Remington Broncos and Moundridge Wildcats split a Heart of America League doubleheader Tuesday in Whitewater.

Remington won the first game 15-9. Moundridge won the nightcap 12-5.

Remington trailed the first game 6-2 after four innings, but scored 13 runs total in the next two innings. Moundridge added a pair of runs in the top of the seventh.

Madison Hamilton went two for three for Remington with three RBIs. Adeline Reese went three for five with two RBIs. Bethany Regehr also drove in two runs. Caitlin Crisp went three for five.

For Moundridge, Erin Durst drove in two runs. Zizi Sebrant went four for five with an RBI. Makenzie Elmore went two for three with an RBI.

Morgan Thunberg went the distance for Remington, striking out six and walking seven. Zizi Sebrant went the distance for Moundridge, walking eight and striking out five.

Down 4-0 after two innings in the second game, Moundridge scored six runs in the top of the third, two in the sixth and four in the seventh.

Remington was hampered by 10 errors. Moundridge had four errors.

Zizi Sebrant went two for five hitting for Moundridge. Ellen Durst and Makenzie Elmore each drove in two runs.

Regehr drove in two runs for Remington.

Elmore went the distance for Moundridge, walking six and striking out seven. Hamilton took the loss for Remington, walking three and striking out two. Hamilton didn’t give up an earned run. Thunberg finished the game.

Moundridge is 3-3 and plays Friday at Hutchinson Trinity. Remington is 4-2 and hosts Little River Friday.

First game

Moundridge;410;101;2;—9;8;8

Remington;200;058;x;—15;11;1

Z.Sebrant (L) and K.Sebrant; Thunberg (W) and Crisp.

Second game

Moundridge;006;002;4;—12;8;4

Remington;311;000;0;—5;3;10

Elmore (W) and E.Durst; Hamilton (L), Thunberg 7 and Crisp.

Marion 8, Sedgwick 7

Marion 10, Sedgwick 5

SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinal softball team dropped a pair of games to Marion Tuesday in HOAL play.

Marion won 8-7 and 10-5.

In the first game, Marion scored two runs in the top of the seventh and held the Cardinals scoreless in the bottom of the seventh to claim the win.

Grace Overton struck out seven and walked five in the complete-game win. Avery Blank walked four and struck out five in the loss.

Laura Savage went two for four hitting for Marion with an RBI. Corinna Crab went two for five. Ashton McGinn went three for four for Sedgwick with an RBI.

In the second game, Marion led 6-2 after two innings. Sedgwick scored three runs in the fifth, but the Warriors scored four runs in the seventh to put things out of reach.

Chisholm Warner went three for five hitting for Marion with three RBIs. Savage went two for four with two RBIs. Lindsey Sigel went three for five with two RBIs.

Macie McGinn went two for four for Sedgwick with three RBIs. Gracie Mabry went two for four.

Warner pitched the win for Marion, striking out five. Ashton McGinn took the loss, walking seven and striking out three.

Sedgwick is 1-3 and hosts Bennington Friday.

First game

Marion;400;011;2;—8;9;1

Sedgwick;401;101;0;—7;8;6

Overton (W) and n/a; Blank (L) and n/a.

Second game

Marion;150;000;4;—10;12;4

Sedgwick;110;030;0;—5;7;6

Warner (W) and n/a; McGinn (L) and n/a.

Remington 11, Sterling 5

Sterling 17, Remington 6

WHITEWATER — The Remington softball team split with Sterling Monday in HOAL play, winning the first game 11-5 and losing the second game 17-6.

The second game was called after five innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Remington scored in every inning but the second. Adeline Reese went three for four with a home run and three RBIs. Morgan Thunberg went two for three with three RBIs. Madison Hamilton drove in two runs.

Thunberg went the distance pitching, walking four and striking out eight.

Sterling used a 10-run third innings to take a 12-3 lead, adding five more runs in the final two innings.

Rianna Lawler took the loss for Remington. Thunberg finished the game. Lawler struck out three, while Thunberg struck out four. They each walked five batters.

Olivia Eck went three for three hitting for Remington. Hamilton and Bethany Regehr each went two for three. Caitlin Crisp went two for two.

First game

Sterling;101;030;0;—5;4;1

Remington;104;213;x;—11;12;0

Horsch and Riffel; Thunberg and Crisp. HR — S: Boeken. R: Reese.

Second game

Sterling;20(10);32;—17;11;1

Remington;21( 0);03;—6;12;2

Carder (W) and Riffel; Lawler (L), Thunberg 3 and Crisp.

BASEBALL

CKL

Halstead 5, Hesston 3

Hesston 12, Halstead 11

HESSTON — The first-ever meeting between Harvey County rivals Halstead and Hesston ended in a split in Central Kansas League play Tuesday in Hesston.

Halstead won the first game 5-3 in eight innings. Hesston won the second game 12-11.

In the first game, Hesston led 3-2 after five innings. Halstead scored a run in the seventh to send the game into extra innings and won the game with two runs in the top of the eighth.

Kaden Kraus threw three scoreless innings in relief of David Schulte for the win. Schulte allowed three unearned runs on two hits with seven strikeouts and five walks. Kaden Kraus allowed two hits with four strikeouts.

Brady Cox took the loss in relief of Cameron Cox.

Schulte went three for four hitting with an RBI. Dalton Kraus and Brian Casey each went two for four. Casey and Kaden Lopez each drove in run.

Cameron Cox had an RBI for Hesston.

In the second game, Hesston led 5-2 after three innings. Halstead outscored the Swathers 3-2 in the fourth inning and 6-5 in the fifth, but that left the Dragons a run short.

Halstead outhit Hesston 15-10.

Brendan Boles drove in three runs for Hesston. Ben Roth went two for three with two RBIs. Matt Whitsitt went two for three with an RBI. Cameron Cox went two for three.

Jared Nelson went 3.1 innings in relief of Brady Cox for the win. Cole Herman took the loss in relief of Dalton Kraus.

Halstead is 2-4 and plays at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Lyons. Hesston, 3-3, plays at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Haven.

First game

Halstead;010;100;12;—5;10;2

Hesston;100;020;00;—3;4;1

Schulte, K.Kraus (W) 6 and n/a; C.Cox, B.Cox (L) 7 and n/a.

Second game

Halstead;011;360;0;—11;15;4

Hesston;104;250;x;—12;10;0

D.Kraus, Herman (L) 5 and n/a; B.Cox, Nelson (W) and n/a.

HOAL

Moundridge 8, Remington 5

Remington 14, Moundridge 4

WHITEWATER — The Remington Broncos and Moundridge Wildcats traded Heart of America League wins Tuesday in Whitewater.

Moundridge won the first game 8-5, while Remington won the nightcap 14-4. The second game was called after six innings on the 10-run rule.

“We pitched a lot better in game one than we have all year in my opinion,” Moundridge coach Lynn Eichelberger said. “We limited the walks made Remington put the ball in play. We still had five errors but that only cost us a few runs.Sophomore Collin Kohl was pitching well before I pulled him out due to pitch count restrictions. Freshman Wyatt Falco came in and pitched well to get us back in the dugout. He also came out due to pitching restrictions. Freshman Corbin Unruh got us the final out by throwing strikes to get the save with a couple of runners on base. The top of the lineup of Noah Eichelberger, Collin Kohl and Chris Leddy hit the ball well going five for ten in the game. Josh Knight and Unruh also both had a couple of hits.”

Tied 4-4 in the first game, Moundridge scored four runs in the fifth and four runs in the sixth to take the lead. Remington added a run in the fifth.

Wyatt Falcon posted the win in relief of Collin Kohl. Corbin Unruh pitched the final out for the save. Kohn struck out four, while Falco struck out five.

Kyle Thiessen took the loss for Remington. The Broncos used three other pitchers.

Chris Leddy went two for three hitting for Moundridge with three RBIs. Josh Knight and Unruh each went two for four with an RBI. Noah Eichelberger went two for four.

Javier Martinez went two for three for Remngton with an RBI. T.J. Wedel went two for four.

In the second game, Remington scored in every inning. Moundridge scored two runs each in the first two innings to lead 4-2.

Thiessen pitched three innings of relief for the win, striking out five and walking two. Starter Wes Sommers went three innings, allowing two walks and three strikeouts.

Moundridge used five pitchers with Josh Knight taking the loss.

Ryan Hamilton, Sommers and Martinez each had two hits and drove in two runs for Remington. Thiessen went two for three with an RBI.

Collin Kohl went two for three for Moundridge. Kohl and Peyton Fast each drove in two runs.

“The nightcap kind of got away from us with seven errors and some mental mistakes,” Lynn Eichelberger said. “I thought Chris Leddy pitched well before being pulled due to pitch count rules. Collin Kohl and Peyton Fast had nice games at the plate. We need to get better in all areas in order to get where we want to be at the end of the year. Looks like the weather the next few days is going to allow us to get some good practice time in.”

Remington is 3-3 and hosts Little River at 4 p.m. Friday.

Moundridge is 1-5 and hosts Inman at 4 p.m. Friday.

First game

Moundridge;013;022;0;—8;11;5

Remington;200;210;0;—5;8;2

Kohl, Falco (W) 4, Unruh (S) 7 and n/a; Tillotsen, Hamilton 4, Thiessen (L) 5, Wright 6 and n/a.

Second game

Moundridge;220;000;—4;5;7

Remington;111;353;—14;9;3

Leddy, Knight (L) 4, Unruh 4, Olson 5, Eichelberger 6 and n/a; Sommers, Thiessen (W) 4 and n/a.