GOLF

Pine Edge Men

1. Brody Buzzard, Delbert Peters, Lucas Hiebert.

2. Chet Roberts, Mark Lindenberger, Clyde Goering.

Closest to the pin — Mike Cavanaugh. Longest putt — Karl Brubacher.

Next play — 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Hesston Senior Men

1. Blaine Rucker, John Yost, Lowell Roth, Harold Scott.

2. Floyd Sowers, Harry Winter, Leland Flickinger, Buck McClain, Randy Hague.

3. Dennis McCreary, Bob Beitler, Erwin Loeffler, Dave Wallace.

4. Bob Buller, Jason Byler, Wayne Stucky, Don Tipton.

Closest to the pin - Bob Beitler.

Next play — Friday.

Fox Ridge Wednesday Scramble

1. Rod Williams, Guy McKay, Lanny Bean, Mark Kenndy 29.

2. Jordan Thares, David Winter, Travis Gihring, Jarrod Gihring 30.

3. Chris Anderson, Mike Hedden, Coleman Hedden, Aaron Chassee 30.

Longest putt on 3 — Blaine Mathews. Closest to pin 7 — Guy McKay.

Next play — Wednesday.

Fox Ridge Tuesday Seniors

1. Dane Lawrence, Jim Zook, Bob Schmidt 34.

2. Mark Bennett, Leo Griffith, Orlyn Zehr 35.

3. George Eason, Ken Lieske, Tom Pryor 37.

Closest to the hole — Mark Bennett. Longest putt — Dane Lawrence.

Next play — 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Fox Ridge Monday Seniors

1. Dane Lawrence, Bob Wilson, Jerry Friesen, Leo Griffith, Berle Higgins 28.

2. Gary Eilert, Don Schmidt, Gaylord Sanqamah, Tom Pryor, Ray Ruggles 29.

3. Kent Conner, Jim Zook, Tim Martin, Dick Bartel.

Closest to hole 3 — Mark Bennett. Longest putt on 9 — Dan Shaffer.

Next play — 9 a.m. Monday.

Hole-in-one

at Hesston

HESSTON — Michael Wallace of Hesston shot a hole-in-one on the Fourth of July Holiday at the Hesston Golf Course.

Wallace used a 5-wood to ace the 203-yard fourth hole.

Dale Hanzlicek, Mark Riley and Ed Thiessen were the witnesses.

Two area HCC

athletes honored

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Newton High School graduate Taylor Stahly and Goessel High School graduate Page Hiebert were both named first-team National Junior College Athletic Association All-Academic Team selections for the 2016-17 school year.

To be selected for the first team, an athlete must hold a 4.0 grade-point-average.

Stahly was a member of the women’s basketball team. She set both the school and conference record for career 3-point shots made and helped lead the team to an NJCAA Division I national berth.

Hiebert was a member of the HCC volleyball team, which won a share of the conference title and took second in the Region VI playoffs.

Thunder signs

Oilers pick

WICHITA — The Wichita Thunder hockey team signed former Edmonton Oilers draft pick Travis Ewanyk for the upcoming season.

Ewanyk, a native of North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, is a fifth-year professional. He split last season between the Idaho Steelheads and Fort Wayne Komets of the ECHL, scoring 20 goals with 27 assists in 74 games. He also played in 10 playoff games, scoring a goal with three assists. He played one game with the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League.

He played two seasons with the Oklahoma City Barons of the AHL and one season with the Binghampton Senators of the AHL.

In 278 professional games, Ewanyk has 35 goals with 41 assists. In 13 playoff games, he has a goal with four assists.

Ewanyk was drafted by Edmonton in the third round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, 74th overall.

Before turning pro, played five seasons with the Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Hockey League. He also played for Team Canada in the U18 World Junior Championships.

He is the fourth player signed for the Thunder for the upcoming season, which begins Oct. 13 at home against the Indy Fuel.

Chiefs sign LB Mauga KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs signed veteran linebacker Josh Mauga, who missed all of last season with a hip injury, and former Seattle safety Steven Terrell on Thursday.

The Chiefs created roster space for him by waiving punter Will Monday.

Mauga started 30 games for the Chiefs in 2014 and '15, but an offseason injury forced him onto the injured reserve list last August. Ramik Wilson wound up starting in his place.

His return gives the Chiefs someone familiar with the defense to work behind Derrick Johnson, the veteran stalwart who is coming off his own Achilles tendon injury. Johnson participated in some of Kansas City's offseason program and expects to be ready for training camp.

Terrell appeared in 32 games for the Seahawks, starting five last season.