GOLF

Hesston Senior Men

1. Rich Wenger, Larry Winter, Gary Roberts, Larry Hague.

2. Chet Roberts, Bob Buller, Lowell Roth, Erwin Loeffler.

3. Oris Schrag, Bob Beitler, Dale Lambert, Randy Hague.

4. Mike Tate, Harry Winter, Gary Vogt, Wayne Stucky.

5. Garry Winter, Blaine Rucker, Don Tipton, Mark Riley.

Closest to the pin — Rich Wenger.

Next play — Friday.

SOCCER

Kansas Collegiate

Athletic Conference

Men’s Soccer

Pre-Season

Coaches poll

1. Oklahoma Wesleyan 144 (12)

2. McPherson 114

3. Friends 106 (1)

4. Kansas Wesleyan 77

5. Ottawa 71

6. Bethany 64

7. York 49

8. Tabor 48

9. Avila 38

10. Sterling 36

11. Saint Mary 25

12. Southwestern 22

13. Bethel 21

FOOTBALL

NAIA Pre-Season

Football Poll

Rank. Prev. Rec. Pts.

1. 1. Saint Francis (Ind.) (16) 14-0 366

2. 2. Reinhardt (Ga.) 12-1 349

3. 3. Morningside (Iowa) 13-1 340

4. 4. Southern Oregon 12-1 324

5. 5. Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) 11-1 310

6. 6. Saint Xavier (Ill.) 10-2 296

7. 7. Georgetown (Ky.) 9-2 268

7. 8. Northwestern (Iowa) 10-3 268

9. 9. Baker 10-2 259

10. 11. Grand View (Iowa) 9-3 231

11. 10. Southeastern (Fla.) 8-2 227

12. 12. Benedictine 9-3 197

13. 14. Dickinson State (N.D.) 9-2 178

14. 13. Langston (Okla.) 10-1 177

15. 18. Marian (Ind.) 7-3 167

16. 15. Concordia (Mich.) 9-2 163

17. 16. Sterling 9-3 159

18. 17. Tabor 8-2 95

19. 20. Campbellsville (Ky.) 8-2 86

20. NR. Rocky Mountain (Mont.) 6-5 75

21. 21. Kansas Wesleyan 8-3 67

22. 19. Southwestern Assemblies of God (Texas) 8-3 51

22. NR. Arizona Christian 7-3 51

24. 22. Faulkner (Ala.) 7-3 46

25. 23. Dakota State (S.D.) 8-3 44

Dropped from the Top 25: Oklahoma Panhandle State, Evangel (Mo.)

Others Receiving Votes: Montana Tech (44), Evangel (Mo.) (17), Oklahoma Panhandle State (15), St. Francis (Ill.) (12), College of Idaho (10), William Penn (Iowa) (10), Missouri Valley (9), Midland (Neb.) (8), Bluefield (Va.) 3.

Pre-season

team named

WICHITA — Below is the 2018 All-Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference pre-season volleyball team as selected by the league coaches:

Kenna Hall, Ottawa, sr., DeSoto

Lexi Kite, McPherson, sr., Thornton, Colo.

Chelsey Riffel, Sterling, sr., Sterling

Yuleika Jimenez, Ottawa, jr., Caracas, Venezuela

Madalyn Swinicki, Friends, sr., Wichita

Katy Koepke, Saint Mary, sr., Shawnee Mission

Sydney Garis, Oklahoma Wesleyan, sr., Austin

Kenadee Valdez, Oklahoma Wesleyan, so., Houston

Mikaela Wells, Sterling, sr., Haven

Jamie Siess, McPherson, jr., Tecumseh

Liz Heit, Ottawa, sr., Augusta

Kendra Kroeker, Tabor, jr., Enid, Okla.

Catabrean Baumann, Southwestern, sr., Tulsa, Okla.

Jana Boston, Friends, jr., Newton

Taylor Dodge, Kansas Wesleyan, jr., Strasburg, Colo.

Wingnuts win

series opener

CLEBURNE, Texas — The Wichita Wingnuts opened a four-game road stand against the Cleburne Railroaders with a 3-1 win Friday night in American Association play in Cleburne.

The win was Wichita’s four straight.

Wichita’s Jordan Cooper (9-5) went 6 2-3 innings for the win, allowing a run on five hits with a walk and 10 strikeouts. Brady Bowen went 1 1-3 innings, allowing two hits with a walk. Daniel Tillman pitched the ninth for his 22nd save, allowing a walk and a strikeout.

Angel Rosa hit a solo home run for Cleburne in the bottom of the first inning. Logan Watkins tied the game in the fifth inning on an RBI triple. Zach Nehrir put Wichita ahead with a solo home run in the seventh inning.

Wichita added a run in the top of the ninth on an error.

Nehrir went two for three hitting. Watkins went two for five.

Patrick Mincey went six innings for Cleburne, allowing an unearned run on four hits with three walks and six strikeouts. Roman Gomez (0-5) went two innings for the loss, allowing a run on two hits with a strikeout. Patrick Young finished the game, allowing an unearned run, a hit and a walk.

Trevor Seeley, Patrick Palmeiro and K.C. Huth each went two for four hitting for the Railroaders.

Wichita is 48-29. Cleburne falls to 25-52.

The series continues at 7:05 p.m. today.

Wichita;000;010;101;—3;7;0

Cleburne;100;000;000;—1;7;2

Cooper (W, 9-5), Bowen 7, Tillman (S, 22) 9 and Nester; Mincey, Gomez (L, 0-5) 7, Young 9 and . HR — W: Nehrir (6). C: Rosa (12). Time — 2:57. Attendance — 1,357.