GOLF

Fox Ridge Ladies

A flight — Judy Brenzikofer

B flight — Marissa Janzen

C flight — Cheryl Martin

Fox Ridge Wednesday Scramble

1. Ron Bogle, Jan Bogle, Wendall Smith, Dennis London 31.

2. Narci Larez, Corbin Rother, Cole Rother 31.

3. Rod Williams, Rod Tormey, Brian Phipps, Mark Kennedy 32.

Longest putt on 3 — Dennis London. Longest putt on 8 — Gary Webb.

Next play — Wednesday.

Fox Ridge Tuesday Seniors

1. Dane Lawrence, Narci Larez, Tom Holdeman -5.

2. Carvin Thiessen, Robert Smith, Bob Schmidt even.

3. Roger Bratland, Ken Lieske, Leo Griffith even.

Closest to the hole — Carvin Thiessen. Longest putt — Carvin Thiessen.

Next play — 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Fox Ridge Monday Seniors

1. Dane Lawrence, Bob Schmidt, Jim Lasiter, Orlyn Zehr 31.

2. Fred Franklin, Bob Wilson, Rick Hardacre, Bob Gaede 32.

3. Gary Eilert, Don Koerber, Bill Ewert, Don Schmidt, Walt Long 34.

Closest to hole 3 — Jerry Friesen. Longest putt on 9 _ Jim Lasiter.

Next play — 9 a.m. Monday.

More schedule

changes made

• The Newton High School Class 5A girls’ soccer regional finals against Andover will kick off at 4:30 p.m. today at Fischer Field.

• The Newton High School baseball team’s Class 5A regional tournament at McAdams Park in Wichita will start at 1 p.m. today, and will have a rolling schedule. Wichita Heights will play Topeka West at 1 p.m., followed by Newton and Andover. The finals will start 20 minutes following the completion of the Newton-Andover game.

• The start of the Class 3A regional baseball tournament today in Douglass will have a rolling schedule. Sedgwick will play Wichita Independent at 1 p.m., followed by Halstead and Cheney. The finals will follow 20 minutes following the Halstead-Cheney game.

• The Cheney Class 3A track regional has been moved to 1 p.m. Thursday. Halstead, Sedgwick and Remington are assigned to the regional.

Bethel signs

two players

Bethel College softball coach Stacy Middleton signed two players to letters of intent to play for the Threshers beginning this fall.

Players signed include Jordan Hill of Augusta and Bella Soliz of Wichita.

Hill played last season at Independence Community College, where she was a utility player. Hill hit .220 last season in 24 games with one RBI. In 64 games total, she had a .317 on-base percentage and had 99 putouts. She helped turn eight double plays.

She played high school softball at Augusta High School. She also played for the Kansas Blue Sox club team.

"It's always great to pickup a strong, versatile player from the surrounding area that has some college experience already,” Middleton said. “Jordan will add some speed and depth to our program along with a postitive attitude. She has a great work ethic and will be a solid addition to our team. We look forward to adding her to our community, campus, and program."

"I am grateful for the opportunity to play at the next level," Hill said. "I am excited to become a Thresher softball player and to get the chance to grow as an athlete and become part of such a great program."

Hill is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. She intends to major in graphic design.

Soliz is a center fielder who plays for Wichita Northwest High School. She is currently hitting .518. She helped lead Northwest to a 16-6 season, falling in the Class 6A regional finals.

"It's always great to pickup a strong, versatile player from the surrounding area,” Middleton said. “She comes from a fundamentally sound program and has the opportunity to add some speed and depth to our outfield. Bella is strong in the classroom as well. We look forward to adding her to our community, campus, and program."

"I can't wait to play softball for Bethel," Soliz said. "I am excited to meet the girls and be a part of this team."

Soliz also played volleyball and basketball at Northwest. She intends to major in nursing.

Bethel signs

cheer athlete

Bethel College competitive cheer coach Joseph Gogus signed Courtney Simpson of Johnstown, Colo., to a letter of intent to compete for the Threshers beginning this fall.

Simpson attends Pratt Community College last year, where she helped lead the squad to its first NJCAA Region VI competition.

She attended Roosevelt High School.

"I am excited to add Courtney to our team. Her experience coming from a competitve junior college and her work ethic will be very valuable to our team,” Gogus said. “I am excited she will be joining the Thresher family."

"I'm excited to further my academic and athletic careers at Bethel College and can't wait to see what the future holds,” Simpson said.

Simpson was on the dean’s list at Pratt. She was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society. She intends to major in psychology.

Dirtbaggers

fall to Giants

WICHITA — The Newton Dirtbaggers 13U baseball team fell to the Wichita Giants 12-6 Monday in Wichita.

Joel Franz drove in three runs for the Dirtbaggers. Ben Crawford had two strikeouts pitching. Luke Hirsh also pitched.

The Dirtbaggers are 1-4 and play the SC Gassers Friday at the West Urban baseball complex.