GOLF

Wedgewood Senior Men

1. Phil Considine, Roman Mannabach, Wil Besore, Jerry Schmidt -2.

2. Dewayne Morgan, Rob Younkin, Bill Young, Darrell Cloyd even.

3. Bob Wilson, Paul Normandin, Ron Jones, Josh Talbott even.

Closest to pin 3 — Dennis Carter. Closest to pin 9 on the second shot — Roman Mannabach.

Next play — 9 a.m. Thursday.

Hesston Senior Men

1. Mike Tate, Blaine Rucker, Doyle Dodd, Mark Riley- 24.5.

2. Dave Ediger, Bob Buller, Dale Lambert, Erwin Loeffler 25.5.

3. Rod Snyder, John Yost, Lowell Roth, Wayne Stucky 29.0.

4. Mark Loeffler, Gary Vogt, Don Tipton, Larry Hague 31.0.

Closest to the pin - Doyle Dodd

Next play — Thursday.

Soccer game

moved to BC

The Bethel College men’s soccer team’s game against NCAA Division II Newman University has been moved to 7 p.m. Friday at Joe W. Goering Stadium.

The move was made because of field conditions at Wilkins Field in Wichita.

The game will be Webcast at https://portal.stretchinternet.com/bethelks/.

Bethel last played Newman in 2011, winning 2-1.

Bacon takes

Jayhawk honors

COLBY — Newton High School graduate Kyndal Bacon, a freshman at Colby Community College, has been named the Jayhawk Conference West setter of the week.

Bacon had 58 assists and seven kills with eight total blocks and 16 digs last week. She leads the Jayhawk Conference with 225 assists.

Colby is 7-0, 3-0 in conference play.

Newton gymnasts

fall to Emporia

EMPORIA — The Newton High School gymnastics team opened the season with a loss to Emporia 91.8-86.725 Thursday in Emporia.

“Can’t remember when Emporia beat us,” Newton coach JoAnne Thaw said. “First time Becca (Meyer) has won 3 events getting her highest career score on beam and floor. It was sure her night. She and Toria (Thaw) were .025 apart in the all-around.”

Meyer won the floor exercise at 8.550, the balance beam at 7.725, took fourth at 6.175 and took sixth on the vault at 8.15 for a first-place 30.6 all-around.

Thaw took second on the vault at 8.5, third on the bars at 7.3, third on the bars at 6.875 and fifth on the floor at 7.9 for a second-place 30.575 all-around.

Elise Jantz was seventh on the bars at 4.875, eighth on the vault at 7.9, ninth on the beam at 5.85 and 10th on the floor at 6.925 for an eighth-place 25.55 all-around.

Acacia Penner was ninth at on vault at 7.85, followed by Molly Stahl in 11th at 7.75 and Enyisha Peterson in 12th at 7.6.

Penner was 11th on the floor at 6.85, followed by Stahl in 12th at 6.375, Elena Deleon in 13th at 6.125, Peterson in 15th at 5.6, Rylie Pierce in 14th at 5.925 and Georgia Garcia in 16th in 5.275.

Newton competes at 11 a.m. Sept. 15 at the Shawnee Mission North Invitational.

Railers drop

shootout

WICHITA — The Newton High School boys’ soccer team tied with Maize 2-2 Thursday in the consolation semifinals of the Blue Bracket of the Titan Classic at Wichita South.

Maize won the shootout to advance to the consolation finals. Newton will play in seventh-place game at 9 a.m. Saturday.

Michael Velasquez scored in the first half with an assist from Mikey Parga.

Maize tied the game in the second half. After a Maize own goal put the Railers in the lead, Mazie tied the game to force the shootout.

Xander Valdivia, Chase Ebert and Gage Lettau each had penalty kick goals in the shootout.

Newton drops to 1-3.

Bethel spikers

fall to Friends

The Bethel College volleyball team fell to Friends University in three sets — 25-8, 25-20, 25-13.

Friends was led by Maddy Swinicki with 18 kills. Newton grad Jana Boston set 40 assists. Destani Garten served four aces. Korianna Tullis had 16 digs, followed by Garten with 13. Olivia Naccarato downed five total blocks.

For Bethel, Nicole Klusener had eight kills. Kaylee VanderVeen set 12 assists. Rachel Bustillos had 13 digs.

Friends is 6-6. Bethel drops to 1-7 and hosts Manhattan Christian at 2 p.m. Saturday at Thresher Gym.

HC spikers

fall to NCCC

HESSTON — The Hesston College volleyball team made its Jayhawk Conference debut with a five-set loss to Neosho County Community College Wednesday at Yost Center.

Hesston fell 25-23, 21-25, 25-15, 25-27, 16-14.

Jade Gleason had 15 kills for Hesston. Faith Hallmark set 41 assists. Kylee Kasselman served four aces. Kasselman had 25 digs, followed by Hallmark with 24, Annalys Hanna with 21 and Macey Murray with 13. Samantha Rossin downed four blocks.

Hesston falls to 3-7 and plays at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at Coffeyville Community College.

Hesston men

fall to Cloud

CONCORDIA — The Hesston College men’s soccer team made its Jayhawk Conference debut with a 5-0 loss to Cloud County Community College Wednesday in Concordia.

Baptise Bissessur and Jean-Piere Dasylva each scored a goal with an assist for Cloud County. Manuel Marquez, Leonardo Velazco and Djougher Oliveira each added a goal.

Hesston was outshot 20-5. Bryson White had nine saves for Hesston. Charles Albuquerque had three saves for Cloud County.

Hesston is 0-3-1 and hosts Northwest Kansas Tech at 7 p.m. Saturday.

HC women

fall to CCCC

CONCORDIA — The Hesston College women’s soccer team opened Jayhawk Conference play with a 9-1 loss to Cloud County Community College Wednesday in Concordia.

Izabella Christina scored two goals with an assist for Cloud. Fernanda Peinado added two goals. Aroa Nieto and Thaina Cavalcante each scored a goal with an assist. Franciele Cupertino, Chiara Perrone and Karem Rodrigues each added a goal.

Sarah Keck scored for Hesston with an assist from Miya Gonda.

Bethel was outshot 38-3. Vivi Rodriguez had 17 saves for Hesston. Becka Dreier had a save for Cloud County in one half of play. Alanya Hannigan also played a half.

Hesston is 0-4 and hosts Northwest Kansas Tech at 5 p.m. Saturday.

Wichita sends

players to camp

WICHITA — Two Wichita Thunder players have been invited to the Edmonton Oilers rookie camp — forward Ryan Van Stralen and Marc-Olivier Crevier-Morin.

In addition, defenseman Keoni Texeira has been invited to the Columbus Blue Jackets rookie camp.

Van Stralen and Crevier-Morin both have been signed by the Bakersfield Condors of the Class AAA American Hockey League this season.

Van Stralen came to Wichita after four years at Carleton University in Canada. He scored eight goals with seven assists in 16 games. He also had three goals in six playoff games, including an overtime game-winner in game five of the playoffs against the Colorado Eagles.

Crevier-Morin played in 68 games with Wichita as a rookie last season, scoring two goals with 17 assists. He added two assists in the playoffs.

Texeira was signed by Wichita in the off-season after five seasons with the Portland Winterhawks of the Major Junior Western Hockey League. He scored nine goals with 24 assists in 64 games last season. He added three assists in 12 playoff games.

He attended the Las Vegas Golden Knights summer development camp last year as well as their main camp.

Wichita signed forward Anthony DeLuca for the upcoming season.

DeLuca played 16 games for Wichita in 2015-16, scoring a goal with five assists in 16 games. He also played in 46 games with the Alaska Aces that season.

After a year with Concordia University (Ontario) in 2016-17, he played 47 games with the Frederikshavn White Hawks of the Danish first division, scoring 15 goals with 24 assists in 47 games.