Hole-in-one

at Hesston

HESSTON — Paul Mullet shot a hole-in-one Saturday at the Hesston Golf Course.

Mullet used a four hybrid to ace the 190-yard seventh hole. Teresa Mullet was the witness.

Entz posts

goal, assist

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Newton High School graduate Brooklyn Entz scored a goal with an assist Sunday for the Kansas State women’s soccer team in a 3-0 exhibition win over UMKC at Durwood Stadium in Kansas City.

The Wildcats scored in the 15th minute on a Katie Cramer goal from Aly Rocha. Hannah Davis scored in the 57th minute with assists from Entz and Maddie Souder.

Entz posted a goal on a penalty kick in the 75th minute.

The Wildcats outshot the Kangaroos 12-8, but UMKC held a 7-6 advantage in shots on goal. Tania Chassot had five saves for the Wildcats in the first half. Miranda Larkin had two saves in the second half.

Anna Lillig had one save for UMKC. Erin Roth had two saves in the final 21 minutes of play.

Friday, the Wildcats dropped a 2-0 decision in exhibition play against the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.

Molly Fiedler scored in the 62nd minute with an assist from April Bockin. Athena Kuehn scored in the 72nd minute with an assist from Nikki Albrecht and Julianna Gernes.

The Wildcats were outshot 21-6, 6-2 on goal.

The Golden Gophers are ranked 19th in the NCAA pre-season poll.

The Wildcats open the second season in school history at 9 p.m. Friday in Corvallis, Ore., against Oregon State.

KCAC pre-season

team named

WICHITA — Below are the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference pre-season cross country teams as named by the conference coaches:

WOMEN

Lorena Moreno, Saint Mary, sr., Dallas (last season’s KCAC finish 1)

Christa Follette, Friends, jr., Grinnell, Iowa (2)

Justine Vogele, Southwestern, jr., Dexter (4)

Chisholm Branscum, Ottawa, sr., Ulysses (8)

Ashley Smith, Southwestern, sr., Garden City (9)

Melissa Olson, Bethany, sr., Sandwich (7)

Kari Blattner, Southwestern, jr., Cimarron (12)

Emily Kemling, Tabor, so., Grant, Neb. (13)

Grace Aitken, Friends, sr., Maize (14)

Julie Loewen, Tabor, jr., Huron, S.D. (17)

MEN

Christian Graham, Saint Mary , sr., Great Bend (1)

Tony Weber, Saint Mary, sr., Leavenworth (2)

Joshua Ramirez, Saint Mary, jr., McAllen, Texas (3)

Michael Sarafin, Kansas Wesleyan, jr., Peyton, Colo. (7)

Jersey Boydstun, Southwestern, sr., Overland Park (8)

Jonathan Dominguez, McPherson, sr., Chicago (9)

Jermie Johnson, Saint Mary, sr., Dallas (10)

Jeremy Brittain, Saint Mary, sr., Wichita (11)

Julio Martinez, BETHEL, sr., Phoenix (13

Michael Tyll, Saint Mary, sr., Las Vegas (15)

Wingnuts split

with T-Bones

WICHITA — The Wichita Wingnuts split an American Association doubleheader against the Kansas City T-Bones Monday at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.

Wichita lost the first game 5-2 in 10 innings, but won the second game 13-3 to snap a three-game losing streak.

In the first game, Wichita scored a run in the bottom of the second inning on a Brennan Salgado single. The T-Bones scored in the third inning on an error and a Cedric Hunter RBI single.

Wichita tied the game in the bottom of the fourth inning on a Salgado triple.

In the top of the 10th, the T-Bones scored on an error and a two-run Jordan Edgerton home run.

Salgado finished two for four hitting for Wichita. He also took the loss on the mound. Starter Jesse Pratt, who was signed before the game, went five innings. Pratt allowed two runs on six hits with two strikeouts. James Campbell, Ryan Kussmaul and Mike Devine each pitched a scoreless inning. Kussmaul struck out two.

Jeff Walters (3-2) pitched two innings of relief for the T-Bones, striking out two. Starter Luis Paula allowed three hits, two runs, three walks and two strikeouts in six innings. Grant Sides threw two innings, walking two and striking out two.

Edgerson finished four for five at the plate. Hunter, Chantz Mack and Marcus Lemon each had two hits.

Wichita scored in the first inning of the second game on a Brent Clevlen sacrifice fly. Wesley Phillips hit a two-run home run in the second inning. Clevlen hit an RBI double in the third.

Kevin Keyes hit a solo shot for Kansas City in the top of the fourth. Kansas City scored two runs in the top of the fifth on an error.

Wichita came back in the bottom of the fifth with a Clevlen RBI single, an RBI fielder’s choice for T.J. Mittelsteadt and a three-run home run for Richard Prigatano.

In the bottom of the sixth, Mittelstaedt hit a two-run triple, followed by a two-run run home run by Matt Chavez.

Wichita starter Danny Guiterrez lasted two innings without a hit, but struck out five. Seth Harvey (2-4) went the next two innings for the win, allowing a run on three hits with a walk and two strikeouts. Jordan Cooper went an inning, giving up two unearned runs on two hits with a walk and two strikeouts. Josh Goossen-Brown finished the game, allowing a hit with a walk.

Jackson Lowery (1-1) took the loss for the T-Bones despite striking out six in four innings. Kyle Petty and Leonardo Rojas each pitched an inning. The three T-Bone pitchers allowed four earned runs each.

Clevlen and Stringer each went two for two hitting. Prigatano went two for three. Lemon went two for four for Kansas City.

Wichita is 47-32 11 1/2 games ahead of Cleburne in the AA South with 20 games remaining. Kansas City is 47-33, three games behind Lincoln in the AA Central.

The two teams meet again at 7:05 p.m. today.

WINGNUT MOVES — Pratt was re-signed by Wichita before Monday’s games. The second-year pro started the season with the Wingnuts, going 1-1 with a 5.40 earned-run-average, 14 strikeouts against four walks. He then went to Gary, where he was 1-3 with a 3.97 ERA, five strikeouts and five walks. He was 6-2 with Wichita last season with a save, a 3.48 ERA, 49 strikeouts and 18 walks.

To make room for Pratt on the roster, Garrett Gould was placed on irrevocable waivers. Gould is a six-year pro, who went 0-1 in 11 games with a 4.78 ERA, 41 strikeouts and 28 walks.

Monday’s games

First game

Kan.City;002;000;000;3;—5;12;0

Wichita;010;100;000;0;0;—2;3;4

Paula, Sides 7, Walters (W, 3-2) 9 and Chavez; Pratt, Campbell 6, Kussmaul 7, Devine 8, Salgado (L, 0-1) 9 and Fisher. HR — KC: Edgerton (6). Time — 2:55.

Second game

Kan.City;000;120;0;—3;6;1

Wichita;121;054;x;—13;11;4

Lowery (L, 1-1), Petty 5 and Rojas; Gutierrez, Harvey (W, 2-4) 3, Cooper 5 and M.Medina. HR — Wic.: Phillips (1), Prigatano (6), Chavez (17). KC: Keyes (23) Time — 3:54. Attendance — 4,435.

Sunday’s game

Wichita;000;010;130;—5;9;1

Winnipeg;031;212;41x;—14;21;0

Boshers (L, 10-3), Goossen-Brown 6, Campbell 7, Phillips 8 and Fisher; Carl (W, 8-3), Lambson 8, O’Brien 9 and Katz. HR — Wic.: Fisher (7). Win.: Romanski (9), Katz (12). Time — 2:59. Attendance — 5,372.

Saturday’s game

Wichita;303;003;000;—9;11;1

Winnipeg;014;500;01x;—11;14;1

Brown (L, 2-3), Kane 4, Goossen-Brown 6, Harvey 7, Devine 8 and M.Medina; Dodson, Rutckyj 5, Mathews 6, Capellan (W, 2-4) 7, Chaffee (S, 16) 9 and Katz. HR — Wic.: Clevlen (7). Win.: Romanski (8), Pleffner (8). Time — 3:00. Attendance — 4,134.