Wedgewood Senior Men
1. Don Yoder, Bill Young, Sam Farmer, Bob Wilson, Ray Ruggles -4.
2. Don Koeber, Rick Tolin, Jack Bender, Joe Ryan, Roman Mannabach -3.
3. Paul Normandin, Del James, Bryan Curtis, Jerry Schmidt -3.
Closest to pin 3 — Dennis Frank. Closest to pin 9 on second shot — Roman Mannabach.
Next play — 9 a.m. Thursday.
Fox Ridge Wednesday Scramble
1. Narci Larez, Corbin Rother, Cole Rother, Tom Pryor 30.
2. Rod Williams, Guy McKay, Mark Kennedy, Rod Tormey 32.
3. Chris Anderson, Mike Hedden, Justin Truman, Jesse Janzen 33.
Longest putt on 9 — Narci Larez.
Next play — Wednesday.
NEW YORK — Newton High School basketball player Ty Berry was named second-team All-American in the 15U division of the Under Armour Association summer league.
Games were played in New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta.
Playing for KC Run GMC, Berry averaged 16.8 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 2.3 steals a game in 12 games.
Berry was fourth in the league in scoring.
His team finished 6-6, 4-4 in division play. The team finished third in the UAA Finals Tournament consolation bracket.
to hold tryouts
The Newton Panther softball program is holding tryouts for players ages 18 and under Aug. 13 at Gillispie Field, Centennial Park.
The 8U team will hold tryouts from noon to 1 p.m., followed by the 10U team from 1 to 2 p.m., the 12U team from 2 to 4 p.m. and the 16U and 18U teams from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The program also is looking for coaches.
For more information, call coach Crystal at 288-0590.
Area teams play
WICHITA — Three area teams competed at the USA Softball Heartland Series College Showcase July 14 to 16 at the Two Rivers Sports Complex in Wichita.
The Heat 16U (Henderson) team finished 0-4, losing to the Wichita Wave 10-1, the Angelz 14-7 and the VooDoo Dolls 9-0. In bracket play, the Heat fell to the Lady Express 7-3.
The Heat 18U (Garcia) finished 1-2 in pool play, losing to the Kansas City Legends 6-1, beating the Richmond Vipers 2-1 and losing to the Nebraska Locos 6-3. In bracket play, the team lost to the Kansas Renegades 2-0.
The Heat 18U (Pittinger) finished 1-2 in pool play, beating the Kansas Black Sox 5-2, losing to the Topeka Flames 7-3 and losing to the Kansas Renegades 4-3. In bracket play, the Heat fell to Oklahoma Backwoods Trippin 8-6.
CLEBURNE, Texas — The Wichita Wingnuts’ franchise-record losing streak was extended to nine games after a 4-2 loss to the Cleburne Railroaders Thursday night in American Association play at The Depot at Cleburne.
Cleburne pitcher Dylan Mouzakes went six innings in the win, allowing a run on seven hits with a walk and five strikeouts. Will Mathis and Carlos Misell set up Winston Abreu, who claimed the save.
Ryan Kussmaul took the loss for Wichita, giving up four runs on six hits with a walk. Tyler Kane finished the game.
Cleburne scored two runs in the bottom of the first inning on a Derrick Pyles single and a double-play ball.
Brennan Salgado drove in a run for Wichita in the top of the fifth.
Pichi Balet hit a two-run single in the bottom of the sixth.
Martin Medina hit an RBI single for Wichita in the top of the eighth.
Pyles finished three for four hitting for Cleburne.
T.J. Mittelstaedt finished two for three for Wichita. Matt Chavez, Medina, Zac Fisher and Brennen Salgado each went two for four hitting.
Wichita is 38-25. Cleburne is 28-37, 11 games behind Wichita. The two teams finish their three-game series at 7:06 p.m. today.
ROSTER MOVE — Before the game, pitcher Garrett Gould was removed from the disabled list. Gould spent nearly two weeks on the DL. He was 0-1 with a 4.58 earned-run-average in eight games this season. He was injured after pitching just two outs against Sioux Falls July 14.
Kussmaul (L, 5-4), Kane 7 and Fisher; Mouzakes (W, 4-5), Mathis 7, Misell 8, Abreu (S, 14) and Courson. Time — 2:31. Attendance — 1,201.
WICHITA — The Wichita Thunder made several schedule changes to road games for the upcoming season.
The game scheduled for March 27 at Tulsa has been moved to Oct. 25. The game scheduled for March 31 at Tulsa has been moved to March 11. The game scheduled for March 23 at Kalamazoo has been moved to March 22.