GOLF

Wedgewood Senior Men

1. John DeGrado, Wil Besore, Ray Ruggles, Don Yoder -5.

2. Fred Franklin, Dave Stallbaumer, Jim Merry, J.D. Pearce, Jerry Schmidt -3.

3. Jim Loflin, Rick Tolen, Sam Griffin, Josh Talbott, Colin Bailey -3.

Closest to pin 3 — Dwayne Morgan. Closest to pin 9 on second shot — Sam Griffin.

Next play — Thursday.

Fox Ridge Wednesday Scramble

1. Rick Altum, Autum Altum, Josh Olson, Jacob Jennings 31.

2. Guy McKay, Brian Phipps, Rod Williams, Mark Kennedy 32.

3. Aaron Thompson, Ryan Hoime, Clint Blier, Doug Doolen 32.

Longest putt on 4 — Josh Olsen. Closest to pin 9 on third shot — Narci Larez.

Next play — Wednesday.

Fox Ridge Tuesday Seniors

1. Mark Bennett, Narci Larez, Bob Schmidt -2.

2. George Eason, Gary Eilert, Leo Griffith -2.

3. Roger Bratland, Jim Zook, Walt Long -1.

4. Dane Lawrence, Ken Lieske, Orlyn Zehr -1.

Closest to hole — Bob Schmidt. Longest putt — Jim Zook.

Next play — 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Fox Ridge Monday Seniors

1. Gary Eilert, Wayne Hoffman, Ib Thomsen, Walt Long, Byron Brittain 32.

2. Dave Stallbaumer, Don Schmidt, Joe Ramos, Jerry Friessen 33.

3. Mark Bennett, Dick Hushka, Rick Hardacre, Gaylord Senneman, Orlyn Zehr 34.

Closest to hole 3 — Wayne Hoffman. Longest putt on 9 — Bob Gaede.

Next play — 9 a.m. Monday.

Sand Creek

hosts program

Sand Creek Station and KemperSports is sponsoring their fourth annual Player Development Month in June.

As part of the program, the course will hold free 15-minute lessons from instructors every Tuesday in June from 3 to 5 p.m. Clubs will be provided to students who don’t have them.

The course will offer two-for-one twilight rates every Tuesday beginning at 3 p.m. The course will continue its senior leagues (subject to availability). Juniors 12 and under can play free with a paid adult throughout the summer.

“As avid golfers ourselves, we are passionate about the game of golf,” general manager Chris Tuohey said. “#PDMonth gives us the opportunity to share of love of the game and hopefully introduce the game to a generation of non-golfers.”

More information is available at www.sandcreekgolfclub.com.

Dirtbaggers

down Aeros

WICHITA — The Newton Dirtbaggers 13U baseball team downed the Wichita Aeros 5-4 Thursday at the West Urban Baseball Complex in Wichita.

Luke Hirsh, Jake Schmidt and Dylan Petz each drove in a run for the Dirtbaggers.

Petz pitched four innings for the win, striking out five. Cade Valdez pitched a scoreless fifth inning for the save, striking out one.

The Dirtbaggers are 2-5 and play the Kansas Scorpions and Competitive Edge at 9 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Saturday at Wall Park in McPherson.

Wingnuts hook

Winnipeg Goldeyes

WICHITA — The Wichita Wingnuts opened a three-game series against the defending American Association champion Winnipeg Goldeyes with a 19-4 win Thursday at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.

Wichita took control early, leading 13-0 after four innings and adding three runs each in the seventh and eighth innings. Winnipeg scored four runs in the top of the seventh.

Eddie Medina (1-0) went five innings for the win, allowing four hits with four strikeouts. Four other pitchers followed with an inning each. Josh Goossen-Brown, Jared Wilson and Seth Harvey each struck out two.

Matt Chavez went three for five hitting with five RBIs. Harrison Kain went two for four with three RBIs. Brent Clevlen, Martin Medina and Leo Vargas each drove in two runs. Vargas went four for four hitting.

Wes Darvill and Alixon Suarez each had two hits for Winnipeg. Darville drove in two runs.

Zach Nuding (0-1) lasted 2 2-3 innings for the loss. Kenny Mathews struck out five in three innings.

Both teams are 5-3 and play at 7:05 p.m. today.

SALINA SWEPT — The Salina Stockade dropped a pair of games to the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks at Community-America Ballpark in Kansas City, Kan.

The RedHawks won 6-3 and 7-3. In the first game, all of the scoring came in the first three innings. Josh Mazzola and Kes Carter each drove in two runs for Fargo-Moorhead. Mazzola, Carter and Ryan Pineda each had a home run. Daniel Aldrich drove in two runs for Salina.

Brian Smith went the distance for Salina, striking out five. Cesilio Pimentel went 5 1-3 innings for the win, striking out two. Will Solomon pitched the seventh for the save.

In the second game, the RedHawks took a 5-1 lead through three innings. Mazzola had two home runs and drove in three. Mitch Delfino and Pineda each added a home run. Jordan Caillouet had a home run and two RBIs for Salina.

Mike O’Neal threw five innings for the win. Chris Cummins went 4 2-3 innings for Salina for the loss, striking out eight.

Salina is 1-8 while Fargo-Moorhead improves to 8-1. The two teams end the series at 1 p.m. in Kansas City.

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Wichita;236;200;33x;—19;18;1

Nuding (L, 0-1), Effertz 3, Mathews 4, Rivera 7, Bess 8 and Suarez; E.Medina (W, 1-0), Goossen-Brown 6, Wilson 7, Campbell 8, Harvey 9 and M.Medina. Time — 3:22. Attendance — 2,855.