BOWLING

GOODWILL

Arrowhead;26;6

Miles Properties;24;8

Heavy Pork;18;14

Roofing Services;17;15

Ugly Counts;16;16

Midway Motors;12;20

We B Gone;12;20

High Single Game — Mike Murphy, Arrowhead, 265; High Single Series — Matt Hill, Ugly Counts, 659; High Team Game — Arrowhead, 1,019; High Team Series — Arrowhead, 2,965.

NBC meeting

set Sunday

The Newton Baseball Club will hold an organizational meeting for parents of boys ages 8 to 14 interested in playing this spring and summer.

The meeting is 4 p.m. Sunday at the St. Mary’s School cafeteria.

More information is available at www.newtonbaseballclub.org.

Bethel falls

to Ottawa

OTTAWA — The Bethel College volleyball team fell to Ottawa in three sets Wednesday night in KCAC play in Ottawa.

Ottawa won 25-15, 25-16, 25-17.

Ottawa improves to 22-10, 10-1 in KCAC play. With one match remaining, the Braves are one match behind McPherson in the conference standings.

McPherson is led by Kenna Hall with 13 kills, Lindsey Flecther with 12, Ayona Tharps and Yuleika Jimenez with 11 each. Morgan Berry set 46 assists. Liz Heit had 14 digs.

Ivy Bringer led Bethel with nine kills. Kaylee VanderVeen with 13 assists. Nicole Klusener had 11 digs.

Bethel drops to 6-19, 3-8 in KCAC play. The Threshers are 11th in the conference. Under a revised post-season format, the top 12 teams advance to the post-season tournament.

Bethel ends the regular season at 7 p.m. Saturday at Bethany.

Bethel (6-19, 3-8) — (kills-aces-blocks) Taylor Buessing 1-0-0; Avery Myatt 4-0-0; Rachel Bustillos 0-0-0; Kaylee VanderVeen 0-0-0; Sage Westerfield 2-0-1; Ivy Bringer 9-0-0; Jensen Roth 0-1-0; Nicole Klusener 5-1-0; Mia Loganbill 4-0-1; Julie Donecker 2-0-0; Ally Pearce 0-0-0. Totals 27-2-1.0

Ottawa (22-10, 10-1) — (kills-aces-blocks) Heather Huesman 0-1-0; Liz Heit 0-1-0; Autumn Freeman 0-1-0; Morgan Berry 1-0-0; Kaylee Whittington 0-0-0; Ayona Tharps 11-0-1; Yuleika Jimenez 11-0-0; Kenna Hall 13-0-0; Makayla Aspegren 6-0-1; Lindsey Fletcher 12-0-0; Stefanie Mitchell 1-1-0. Totals 55-4-2.0

Bethel;15;16;17;—0

Ottawa;25;25;25;—3

Assist leaders — BC: VanderVeen 13, Myatt 9. OU: Berry 46, Heit 6. Dig leaders — BC: Klusener 11, Roth 8, Bustillos 8. OU: Heit 14, Berry 9.

KCAC CC

finals set

WICHITA — The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships are Saturday at the Bethel College cross country course located just north of the campus adjacent to the Mennonite Central Committee building.

The women’s race will start at 10:15 a.m., followed by the men at 11:15 a.m. Awards will be presented at noon.

The team champion of each race will qualify for the NAIA Nationals Nov. 16 at the Seminole Valley Cross Country Course in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

If 12 or more teams score in either race (five runners or more than finish), two teams will qualify provided the second team is rated in the top 30 by the NAIA.

The top four runners not on qualifying teams (top six if 12 or more teams score) qualify for the nationals as individuals.

The women will run five kilometers, while the men will run eight kilometers.

Both races are scheduled to be streamed live on Bethel’s digital network (https://portal.stretchinternet.com/bethelks/).

All-KCAC

pre-season

WICHTA — Below are the All-Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference pre-season teams as selected by the conference coaches:

Women

Kylah Comley, so., G, Sterling, Sterling

Morgan Ediger, sr., G, Tabor, Cimarron

Abby Schmidt, so., C, Bethel, Newton

Danae Goodwin, so., G, Oklahoma Wesleyan, Van Buren, Ark.

Lauren Welsch, jr., G, Bethany, Great Bend

Taylor Deniston, sr., G, Tabor, Holcomb

Lexi Evans, sr., G, Friends, Austin

Marissa Pope, sr., PG, Bethany, Lawrence

Matti Morgan, so., G, Avila, Paola

Courtney Heinen, jr., G, Kansas Wesleyan, Axtell

Men

Jordan Murdock, sr., 6-5, G-F, Friends, Wichita

Cameron Hunt, sr., 6-4, G, Southwestern, Duncanville, Texas

Josh Wilchcombe, sr., 6-8, F, Oklahoma Wesleyan, Elmont, N.Y.

K.J. Malveau, sr., 5-10, G, Oklahoma Wesleyan, Fort Worth

Tyler Larkin, sr., 6-1, G, Bethany, Aurora, Colo.

Isaiah Palmer, sr., 6-6, G-F, Ottawa, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Isaak Rowe, sr., 6-7, G-F, Oklahoma Wesleyan, Mansfield, Texas

JaMiah Windom-Haynes , so., 6-5, F, Sterling, Kyle, Texas

Patrick Burnett, sr., 6-4, G-F, York, Erie, Pa.

Jordan McNelly, jr., 6-5, F, Kansas Wesleyan, Salina

Hesston to host

community night

HESSTON — Hesston College will host Alumni-Community Basketball Night Nov. 7 during a men’s-women’s doubleheader against Butler Community College.

The women play at 6 p.m., followed by the men at 8 p.m. There will be “games, prizes, snacks and entertainment” throughout the evening.

“Alumni/Community Night allows us to thank alumni and the wider community for all the ways they are involved with and support the college,” said Dallas Stutzman, director of Alumni and Church Relations. “It’s a way Hesston College can give back.”

The Hesston High School pep band will provide the halftime entertainment.

High school students may attend a pre-game devotional led by HC men’s coach Dustin Gaylon at 6:30 p.m. Those who wish to attend should e-mail mailto:brandy.quinn@hesston.edu by Friday and should meet at Yost Center at 6:20 p.m. to walk to Kropf Center for the meditation. Participants will be given pizza.

Heat teams

in tourney

Several G2 Heat softball teams played in tournaments last weekend.

The Llamas 18U team finished 2-2.

The Heat lost to the NEK Patriots 15-1.

The Heat beat the G2 Heat Forgit 16 team 18-3. Maizy Robins and Ashley Arellano each had three hits for the Llamas team. Alex Llamas drove in two runs.

The Heat downed the Butler Eclipse 12-0. Kylie Terbovich had three hits and drove in three runs. Robins struck out eight pitching.

The Heat fell to the Purple Crusg 7-3. Llamas had two hits and drove in two runs. Robins struck out four.

The G2 Heat 14U Lange team finished 2-1-1.

The Heat opened with an 8-8 tie against the Wichita Sluggers 14U Kohl. Addy Mueller had three strikeouts in three innings.

The team downed the Salina Fusion 14-0. Brookelyn Barnett, Piper Seidl and Carly Wilhelm each had two hits. Wilhelm drove in three runs, followed by Mueller with three and Allyson Lange with two. Gabby Dalbom struck out five.

The team downed the NA Kansas Storm 14U 10-9. Jillian George, Lange and Amber Smith each had two hits. Lange drove in three runs. Mueller struck out five.

The Heat lost to the S2 Select 13U 10-1.

Other Heat results were not forwarded to us.

Thunder hosts

charity game

WICHITA — The Wichita Thunder will host a charity game between the Air Force and the Marines at 2 p.m. Sunday at Intrust Bank Arena.

The game precedes the Wichita-Utah game, scheduled to start start at 4:05 p.m. Tickets to the Wichita-Utah game are good for both games.

SCHEDULE CHANGE — The Wichita Thunder game scheduled for March 1 at home against Rapid City will be played Feb. 28.

Wichita Force

schedule set

WICHITA — The Wichita Force indoor football team has announced its schedule for the 2019 season.

Home games will be played at Intrust Bank Arena.

The schedule is listed below:

March 23 @ Duke City

March 30 Texas

April 6 @ Oklahoma

April 13 @ Omaha

April 20 @ Salina

April 27 Oklahoma

May 3 @ Sioux City

May 10 Duke City

May 18 Omaha

June 1 @ Sioux City

June 9 Salina

June 15 Amarillo