GOLF

Fox Ridge Tuesday Seniors

1. George Eason, n/a, Sid Nattier, Dick Hushka -5.

2. John Wilson, Roger Bratland, Ed n/a, n/a, Bob n/a -5.

3. Milt Fowler, Wil Besore, Rod Mather, Walt Long -4.

Closest to the hole — team 3. Longest putt — n/a.

Next play — 1 p.m. Tuesday.

Fox Ridge Monday Seniors

1. Wayne Hoffman, Bob Wilson, Jim Lasiter, Bob Gaede 31.

2. John Wilson, Dick Hushka, Bob Smith, Berle Higgins 31.

3. Fred Franklin, Don Schmidt, Bob Schmidt, Dick Bartel, Al Gann 31.

Closest to hole 3 — Bob Schmidt. Longest putt on 1 — Tom Ware.

Next play — 11 a.m. Monday.

BASKETBALL

Kansas Basketball

Coaches Association

Prep Poll

GIRLS

Class 6A — 1. Wichita South, 2. Olathe South, 3. Manhattan, 4. Blue Valley North, 5. Washburn Rural, 6. Olathe East, 7. Lawrence, 8. Derby, 9. Gardner-Edgerton, 10. Shawnee Mission Northwest.

Class 5A — 1. Leavenworth, 2. St. Thomas Aquinas, 3. Maize, 4. NEWTON, 5. Salina Central, 6. Bishop Carroll, 7. Goddard, 8. De Soto, 9. Emporia, 10. Kansas City Schlagle.

Class 4A, Division I — 1. Kansas City Piper, 2. Bishop Miege, 3. McPherson, 4. Circle, 5. Rose Hill, 6. Paola, 7. Baldwin, 8. Labette County, 9. Wellington, 10. Independence.

Class 4A, Division II — 1. Clay Center, 2. Girard, 3. Holton, 4. Jefferson County West, 5. Baxter Springs, 6. Columbus, 7. Burlington, 8. Concordia, 9. Larned, 10. Haven.

Class 3A — 1. Hugoton, 2. Thomas More Prep-Marian, 3. Kingman, 4. Council Grove, 5. Nemaha Central, 6. Garden Plain, 7. Rossville, 8. Cheney, 9. Caney Valley, 10. HESSTON.

Class 2A — 1. Central Plains, 2. Meade, 3. Wabaunsee, 4. Hoxie, 5. Jefferson County North, 6. Kiowa County, 7. MOUNDRIDGE, 8. Flinthills, 9. Valley Falls, 10. Washington County.

Class 1A, Division I — 1. Centralia, 2. Olpe, 3. Hanover, 4. South Central, 5. Dighton, 6. GOESSEL, 7. Beloit St. John’s-Tipton Catholic, 8. Stockton, 9. South Gray, 10. South Barber.

Class 1A, Division II — 1. Waverly, 2. Otis-Bison, 3. Cunningham, 4. Golden Plains, 5. Wheatland-Grinnell, 6. Southern Cloud, 7. Ingalls, 8. Attica, 9. Wilson, 10. Wallace County.

BOYS

Class 6A — 1. Blue Valley Northwest, 2. Blue Valley North, 3. Olathe Northwest, 4. Blue Valley, 5. Derby, 6. Manhattan, 7. Lawrence Free State, 8. Wichita South, 9. Lawrence, 10. Wichita Southeast.

Class 5A — 1. Goddard Eisenhower, 2. St. Thomas Aquinas, 3. Shawnee Heights, 4. Liberal, 5. Salina Central, 6. Kapaun-Mt. Carmel, 7. Pittsburg, 8. Wichita Heights, 9. Topeka Seaman, 10. St. James Academy.

Class 4A, Division I — 1. Bishop Miege, 2. Eudora, 3. Kansas City Piper, 4. Ottawa, 5. Wamego, 6. Basehor-Linwood, 7. McPherson, 8. Hays, 9. Abilene, 10. Buhler.

Class 4A, Division II — 1. Wichita Collegiate, 2. Holcomb, 3. Rock Creek, 4. Andale, 5. Wichita Trinity, 6. Topeka Hayden, 7. Burlington, 8. Pratt, 9. Baxter Springs, 10. Girard.

Class 3A — 1. HESSTON, 2. Marysville, 3. Humboldt, 4. Hugoton, 5. Nemaha Central, 6. Galena, 7. Norton, 8. Southeast of Saline, 9. Conway Springs, 10. Phillipsburg.

Class 2A — 1. Ness City, 2. St. John-Hudson, 3. Bishop Seabury, 4. Salina Sacred Heart, 5. Pittsburg St. Mary’s-Colgan, 6. Spearville, 7. Troy, 8. Sedan, 9. Hoxie, 10. Jefferson County North.

Class 1A, Division I — 1. Beloit St. John’s-Tipton Catholic, 2. South Gray, 3. Hanover, 4. St. Francis, 5. Olpe, 6. Lebo, 7. Doniphan West, 8. Dighton, 9. Osborne, 10. Burlingame.

Class 1A, Division II — 1. Caldwell, 2. Hartford, 3. Wallace County, 4. Sylvan-Lucas Unified, 5. Hutchinson Central Christian, 6. Northern Valley, 7. Otis-Bison, 8. Junction City St. Xavier, 9. Wilson, 10. Logan.

HC baseball

opens season

WICHITA — The Hesston College baseball team opened the season with a 1-5 record in the past week.

The Larks opened play Feb. 3 at Richland College with a 16-13 win and a 7-2 loss. The first game (scheduled for seven innings) was finished in eight inning. The second game was called after five innings.

The following day, Richland swept Hesston 7-3 and 8-3.

Tuesday in Wichita, the Larks dropped a pair of games to Independence Community College 13-5 and 3-1.

In the first game against Richland, Jacques Palmer went four for six hitting with three RBIs. Isaiah Martinez went three for five with three RBIs. Drake Sturgeon, a Newton High School grad, went two for four with two RBIs. Jayden Banks also drove in two runs.

Dylan Schoknecht pitched 1 1-3 innings of relief for the win.

In the second game against Richland, Drew Aldana went two for three with an RBI. Jonathan Law took the loss for the Larks.

In the third game against Richland, the Larks fell behind 7-1 in the first two innings. Aldana went three for three with an RBI. Martinez went two for four with two RBIs. Carlos Rodriguez took the loss.

In the final game of the Richland road trip, Hesston fell behind 7-1 after three innings. Dallas Johnson went two for four with three RBIs. Law went two for three. Jordan Gesling took the loss.

In the first game against Independence, Hesston gave up runs in every inning but the first. Hesston was hampered by six errors. No Hesston player had more than one hit. Harry Park took the loss.

In the second game against Independence, the Larks surrendered a pair of runs in the top of the seventh inning to break a 1-1 tie. Palmer went two for three hitting. Sturgeon drove in Hesston’s sole run. Schoknecht took the loss.

Hesston opens a four-game home stand against the Bethany College junior varsity at 3 p.m. today. Games three and four of the series start at noon Saturday.

HC women

fall to KCK

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The Hesston College women’s basketball team fell to Kansas City (Kan.) Community College 90-58 Wednesday in NJCAA Division II, Region VI play, in Kansas City, Kan.

Hesston trailed 21-9 after the first quarter and 37-26 at the half. KCK made a 30-15 third-quarter run to put things in hand.

Mille Shade led KCK with 27 points, followed by Brie Taul with 18, Kayla Horn with 13 and Aeriel Holiday with 11. Kyliea Jarrett had 14 rebounds, followed by Brooklyn Wagler with 12. Horn had 11 assists.

Connor Atkinson led Hesston with 16 points. Haley Unruh had 10 rebounds.

Hesston was outrebounded 59-35.

Kansas City is 16-8, 4-3 in Region VI play. Hesston falls to 7-14, 0-7 in Region VI play. The Larks play at 1 p.m. Saturday at Highland Community College.

HC men fall

on the road

KANSAS CITY, Kan. — The Hesston College men’s basketball team fell to Kansas City (Kan.) Community College 78-66 Wednesday in NJCAA Division II, Region VI play in Kansas City, Kan.

The Larks trailed 35-27 at the half.

Mike Lee Jr. led KCK with 19 points. Jonathan Murray had 16 points with 10 rebounds. Daniel Kingcannon had 14 points. Kellan Turner added 10 points. KCK improves to 9-16, leading the Region VI standings at 6-1.

Hesston’s scoring was not reported.

Hesston falls to 10-13, 1-6 in Region VI play and plays at 3 p.m. Saturday at Highland Community College.