GOLF

Fox Ridge Monday Seniors

1. John Wilson, Narci Larez, Jim Lasiter, Walt Long 31.

2. Dewayne Morgan, Joe Ramos, Tom Pryor, Al Gann 32.

3. Mark Bennett, Bob Wilson, Tim Martin, Orlyn Zehr 33.

Closest to hole 3 — Mark Bennett. Longest putt on 9 — Rod Mather.

Next play — 11 a.m. Monday.

Bethel coach,

assistant honored

WICHITA — Bethel College football coach Morris Lolar and assistant coach James McCartney will both be inducted into the Kansas Pro Indoor Football Hall of Fame.

Lolar coached the Wichita Warlords of the original Indoor Football League in 2000. He later coached the Oklahoma Crude of the National Indoor Football League.

Lolar coached the Wichita Wild of the second Indoor Football League from 2009 to 2013, serving as defensive coordinator and later as head coach. He led the Wild to a 12-2 season and a Champions Indoor Football League title in 2013.

Lolar went on to coach at Northwest Mississippi Community College, Independence Community College, Texas A&M-Commerce, Friends, Wichita East High School and Wichita North High School. He became head coach at Bethel in 2015.

Lolar is a two-time All-American defensive back at Friends. He spent time in camp with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1993. He later played in the Canadian Football League, winning a Grey Cup title with the Edmonton Eskimos in 1993 and again reaching the Grey Cup finals in 1996.

Lolar is a member of both the Wichita Sports Hall of Fame and the Friends Athletic Hall of Fame.

McCartney was a four-year letterman at Bethel from Hesston. He is a two-time Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year and an NAIA All-American defensive lineman in 2009.

McCartney began his pro career with the Wichita Wild in 2010, playing four seasons with them. He was named to the All-CPIFL Team in 2013 and led the Wild to championships in 2013 and 2014. He later joined the Wichita Force, winning a league title in 2016. He retired following the season.

McCartney has spent the past three seasons as the defensive line coach at Bethel. He was selected as the sixth greatest Wichita indoor pro football player by the Wichita Eagle.

Other inductees include Rick Lee, a coach for both the Wild and the Force; and Paul Savage, a current Wild coach.

The induction will take place March 25 at Intrust Bank Arena at the halftime of the Wichita-Amarillo game.

BC to honor

senior women

The Bethel College women’s basketball team will host senior night at 6 p.m. Thursday against York College at Thresher Gym.

Followig the game, Bethel will honor three seniors — Kim Carbonell of Derby, Brittany Carter of Fairfield and Elise Gerlach of Mulvane.

The Bethel Trash-Band, under the direction of Brad Shores, will perform at halftime.

Thunder players

moved up

WICHITA – Wichita Thunder forward Ryan Rupert and defenseman Jamie Doornbush have both been loaned to the Binghampton Senators of the American Hockey League.

Doornbush have his second stint in Binghampton. In 27 games with Wichita, he has eight goals and 12 assists. Rupert has played 19 games with Wichita, scoring six goals with 10 assists.

Wichita claimed forward Maxime St-Cyr off waivers from Greenville of the ECHL. A third-year pro, St-Cyr has played with the Florida Everblades, Norfolk Admirals and Greenville Swamp Rabbits of the ECHL and the Peoria Rivermen and Pensacola Ice Flyers of the Southern Professional Hockey League.

In 81 pro games, St-Cyr scored 18 goals with 17 assists.

He is a native of St. Charles, Quebec, Canada. He played major junior hockey for five seasons with both the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies and Baie-Comeau Drakkar of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.