GOLF

Wedgewood Senior

Men’s Tournament

Nine-hole, two-player, alternate shot format

1. Randy Evans-Josh Talbott 41.

2. Rick Tolin-Bill Young 42.

3. Dick Morrison-Bob Modena 43.

4. Del James-J.D. Pearce 43.

5. Mitt Fowler-Jack Bender 44.

6. Roman Mannebach-Sam Griffin 44.

Regular senior men’s play resumes at 9 a.m. Thursday.

Fox Ridge Tuesday Senior Men

1. Mark Bennett, Robert Smith, Bob Dilli, Jim Zook -4.

2. George Eason, Carvin Thiessen, Ken Lieske, Leo Griffin -4.

Closest to the hole — Bill Wilson. Longest putt — Ken Lieske.

Next play — 9 a.m. Tuesday.

Bethel teams

take honors

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Bethel College had 11 teams named to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Scholar-Teams for the 2016-16 school year.

To be named to the team, the team must hold a grade-point-average of 3.0 or better on a 4.0 scale. All eligible varsity student-athletes’ grades are counted for the team average.

The Bethel men’s golf team had the highest average at 3.6, followed by the women’s tennis team at 3.51.

Last year, Bethel had just six selections.

The entire list of Bethel teams to receive the honor is listed below:

Men's Golf 3.60

Women's Tennis 3.51

Women's Soccer 3.39

Women's Cross Country 3.37

Men's Tennis 3.35

Men's Cross Country 3.27

Women's Outdoor Track and Field 3.26

Women's Indoor Track and Field 3.26

Softball 3.18

Volleyball 3.17

Women's Basketball 3.10

Wingnuts swept

by AirHogs

GRAND PRAIRIE, Texas — The Wichita Wingnuts allowed a pair of unearned runs in the bottom of the eighth inning in a 4-3 loss to the Texas AirHogs Thursday night in American Association play at AirHog Stadium.

Wichita drops its fourth straight game and is swept in the three-game series with the AirHogs.

Brian Weems drove in a run with a one-out double in the eighth to tie the game. Trevor Sealey drove in the winning run with a squeeze bunt.

Scott Firth (2-4) pitched the eighth inning for the win. Luis De La Cruz pitched the ninth inning for the save. Starter Jacob Morris struck out seven in six innings.

Tyler Kain pitched six innings for Wichita, striking out six. Austin Boyle struck out two in the seventh. Mike Devine (2-3) took the loss for Wichita.

Harrison Kain finished three for four for Wichita with two RBIs. Richard Prigatano went two for three.

The AirHogs scored a run in the third inning on an Alvero Rondon RBI single with one out. Charley Thurber had an RBI single with two outs in the fourth inning.

Harrison Kain put Wichita on the board in the fifth inning with a two-out RBI single. Prigatano tripled and scored on a wild pitch in the seventh, followed by an RBI double for Harrison Kain.

Rondon, Ryan Wagner, Weems and Thurbur each had two hits for Texas.

Wichita drops to 38-20. Texas improves to 25-33. Texas moves into a tie for second in the AA South with Cleburne and is 13 games behind Wichita.

The Wingnuts begin a three-game road series with Central Division leaders Lincoln beginning at 6:45 p.m. today.

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T.Kane, Boyle 7, Devine (L, 2-3) 8 and M.Medina; Mortensen, Morris 7, Firth (W, 2-4) 8, DeLaCruz (S, 12) 9 and Wagner. Time — 2:50. Attendance — 8-2.

MLS to start video review NEW YORK (AP) — Major League Soccer will begin using video review for all matches on Aug. 5.

MLS has been testing the system at matches throughout the first half of the season. The league announced Thursday that it would be implemented following the All-Star game in Chicago on Aug. 2.

All matches will now include a video assistant referee, who will be allowed to review video to confirm calls in four situations: goals, penalty decisions, direct red cards and cases of mistaken identity.

MLS and the Professional Referees Organization have worked to develop the video review system in accordance with procedures set forth by the International Football Association Board.

Video review was also on trial during the recent Confederations Cup in Russia and FIFA President Gianni Infantino hopes it can be fast-tracked for approval for the 2018 World Cup.