Wedgewood Senior Men

1. Dennis Frank, Paul Normandin, John DeGrado, Bill Wilson -4.

2. Phil Considine, Fred Franklin, Dave Stallbaumer, Roman Mannabach -3.

3. Rob Younkin, Rick Tolen, Bill Younger, Bob Schmidt -2.

Closest to pin 3 — John DeGrado. Closest to pin 9 on second shot – Jack Bender.

Next play — 9 a.m. July 27. The senior men will hold an 18-hole tournament Thursday.

Fox Ridge Wednesday Scramble

1. Narci Larez, Corbin Rother, Cole Rother 29.

2. Chris Anderson, Justin Truman, Aaron Chaffee, Brian Phipps 30.

Longest putt on 1 — Rod Tormey. Longest putt on 6 — Corbin Rother.

Next play — Wednesday.

Fox Ridge Tuesday Senior Men

1. Wayne Stevens, Ken Lieske, Leo Griffin -3.

2. Carvin Thiessen, Jim Zook, Bob Schmidt -2.

3. George Eason, Narci Larez, Tom Pryor -2.

Closest to the hole — Tom Pryor. Longest putt — George Eason.

Next play — 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Fox Ridge Monday Senior Men

1. Dan Shaffer, Don Korber, Jerry Friessen, Leo Griffin 31.

2. Jim Commons, Ray Ruggles, Bob Gaede, Joe Ramos 31.

3. Dave Stallbaumer, Gary Hunter, John Wilson, Dick Bartel 32.

Closest to hole 3 — Tim Martin. Longest putt on 9 — Wayne Hoffman.

Next play — 9 a.m. Monday.

Wichita snaps

losing streak

WICHITA — The Wichita Wingnuts snapped a three-game losing streak, stopping the Gary SouthShore Railcats 10-4 Thursday in American Association play at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.

Tim Brown (see note below) went six innings for the win, allowing a run on five hits with two strikeouts. Josh Goossen-Brown went two innings, striking out two. Austin Boyle finished the game.

Martin Medina went three for five hitting with two RBIs each to lead the Wingnuts. Zac Fisher and Christian Stringer each went two for five with two RBIs. Leo Vargas went two for three with an RBI. Brent Clevlen went two for five with an RBI.

For Gary, Colin Willis and Wilfredo Gimenez each went two for four hitting.

Braulio Torres-Perez (5-3) went four innings in the loss. Jake Mattyes and Jamal Wilson finished the game.

Wichita scored seven runs in the bottom of the third inning on five hits with three walks. Stringer had a two-run single in the inning.

Vargas added an RBI single in the bottom of the fourth.

Frank Martinez broke the shutout for Gary in the top of the sixth with a sacrifice fly.

Fisher hit an RBI double and Medina added an RBI single for Wichita in the bottom of the eighth.

Gimenez hit a three-run home run for Gary with one out in the top of the ninth.

Wichita improves to 36-16, while Gary drops to 29-24. Wichita opens a three-game homestand against Sioux Falls at 7:05 p.m. today.

WINGNUTS SIGNINGS — Prior to the game, Wichita signed pitchers Brown and Chad Nading.

To make room for Brown and Nading, pitcher Jared Wilson (0-1, 6.56 ERA) was traded to Trois-Rivières of the Can-Am League for future considerations and pitcher Jesse Pratt (1-1, 5.40 ERA) was released.

Brown is a nine-year pro who spent the past three seasons with Wichita. He started this year with Hrosi Brno in the Czech Republic. He was 9-4 with Wichita last year with a 4.11 earned-run-average. He is 29-10 in 61 games with Wichita. Lifetime, Brown is 76-34 with two saves, a 3.40 ERA, 488 strikeouts and 169 walks.

Nading is a fifth-year pro, who started the season with San Antonio of the Texas League in the San Diego organization. He was 0-2 with the Missions with five saves and a 4.50 ERA. In 40 games with Wichita last year, he was 0-1 with two saves and a 1.83 ERA. Nading started in the Padres organization in 2010, played two seasons of independent professional ball and missed four years because of injury.



Torres-Perez (L, 5-3), Matthys 5 and Gimenez; Brown (W, 1-0), Goossen-Brown 7, Boyle 9 and Fisher. HR — G: Gimenez (1). Time — 2:23. Attendance — 2,281.

Sooners still preseason pick IRVING, Texas (AP) — Oklahoma is the preseason favorite to win another Big 12 title after coach Bob Stoops' surprise retirement.

The Sooners, who last season won their record 10th Big 12 title under Stoops, got 19 of 32 first-place votes in the preseason media poll released Thursday in advance of the league's media days next week.

Lincoln Riley became the youngest FBS head coach when the 33-year-old offensive coordinator was promoted after Stoops stepped down last month. The Sooners have senior quarterback Baker Mayfield, the Heisman Trophy finalist who was named the Big 12 preseason offensive player of the year.

Oklahoma State got 12 first-place votes, while Kansas State was picked third with the remaining top ballot. Texas and TCU completed the top half of the poll, followed by West Virginia, Baylor, Texas Tech, Iowa State and Kansas.