Pine Edge Men

1. Delbert Peters, Brody Buzzard, Myron Schmidt.

2. Mike Cavanaugh, Chet Roberts, Dave Marsh.

Longest putt — Delbert Peters.

Next play — 6 p.m. Tuesday.

Hesston Senior Men

1. Mike Tate, Gary Vogt, Kent Ewing, Erwin Loeffler (26.0).

2. Rod Snyder, Bob Beitler, Clyde Goering, Jesse Garcia (26.4).

3. Blaine Rucker, Dale Lambert, Don Tipton, Wayne Stucky (26.5).

4. Dennis McCreary, Harry Winter, Buck McClain, Lee Flickinger (27.4).

5. Chet Roberts, Rick Krehbiel, Larry Hague, Ramiro Pacheco.

6. John Yost, Dave Wallace, Doyle Dodd, Randy Hague.

Closest to the pin — Dale Lambert.

Next play — Friday.


Jayhawk Conference

Coaches Poll

1. Garden City (12-0 in 2016)

2. Dodge City (7-4)

3. Independence (5-4)

4. Hutchinson (5-6)

5. Butler (7-4)

6. Highland (7-4)

7. Coffeyville (6-5)

8. Fort Scott (4-7)

Newton parents

meeting slated

The Newton High School and middle schools sports parents’ meeting for the 2017-18 school year will be 6:30 p.m. Aug. 10 at NHS auditorium.

The meeting is required fall all parents of prospective athletes at Newton High School and at the middle school level.

After the general meeting, parents and fall sports athletes will have the chance to meet with the coaches.

Heat to host


The Heat Fastpitch Academy will host open tryouts for its 8U through 18U teams for the upcoming seasons.

There will be an upper-level travel team and an entry-level travel team for each age group.

The 12U and 14U teams will host tryouts Aug. 12. The 8U and 10U teams will host tryouts Aug. 13. The 16U and 18U teams will host tryouts Aug. 19.

More information is at the following websites: and

Wingnuts snap

losing streak

CLEBURNE, Texas — The long, dark nightmare that was the Wichita Wingnuts’ nine-game losing streak came to an end Friday night with a 10-3 win over the Cleburne Railroaders in American Association play at The Depot in Cleburne.

Wichita jumped out to an 8-0 lead through 3 1/2 innings and held off the Railroaders to salvage a win in the series.

Eddie Medina (7-3) went seven innings, allowing six hits, three runs, two walks and six strikeouts. Josh Goossen-Brown gave up a walk and a hit in the eighth. Seth Harvey pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning.

Wichita scored a pair of runs in the top of the first on a T.J. Mittelstaedt triple and a Martin Medina single.

Wichita loaded the bases with no outs to lead off the top of the fourth. After a run on a wild pitch, Wesley Phillips hit an RBI single, Leo Vargas hit a sacrifice fly, Tyler Sullivan hit an RBI double and Christian Stringer hit a two-run home run.

Cleburne scored in the bottom of the fourth when Derrick Pyles led off with a home run, the first hit of the game for the Railroaders.

With a runner on and one out, Nick Van Stratten hit a two-run home run.

Martin Medina hit an RBI single in the seventh. Matt Chavez homered for Wichita in the ninth.

Sullivan finished three for four hitting. Chavez went three for five.

Van Stratten went two for four for Cleburne. Pichi Balet went two for three.

Patrick Mincey (6-6) started and took the loss for the Railroaders.

Wichita is 39-25, while Cleburne falls to 28-38. Wichita and Cleburne close out their series at 7:06 p.m. today.



E.Medina and M.Medina; Mincey, Beeler 4, Lee 7 and Courson. HR — W: Stringer (4), Chavez (15). C: Pyles (2), Van Stratten (1). Time — 2:44. Attendance — 1,637.