Wedgewood Senior Men

1. Phil Considine, Del James, Dennis Carter, Steve Seirer -7.

2. Don Korber, Rick Tolin, Wil Besore, Roman Mannabach -4.

3. Kent Conner, Joe Ryan, Fred Franklin, Dick Morrison -2.

Closest to pin 3 — Don Korber. Closest to pin 9 on second shot — Dale Dick.

Next play — 9 a.m. Thursday.

Fox Ridge Wednesday Scramble

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

2. Aaron Thompson, Ryan Hoyme, Ryan Wright, Clint Bleier 31.

3. Logan Price, Chase Sparks, Clint Price, Brad Haas 32.

Longest putt on 2 — Narci Larez. Longest putt on 5 — James Garcia.

Next play — Wednesday.

Newton Fall

Sports Festival

Below is the schedule for the Newton High School and middle schools Fall Sports Fest, which begins today:

5 p.m. High School Volleyball Scrimmage, Willis Gym

6 p.m. Seventh- and Eighth-grade Football Scrimmage, Fischer Field

6:30 p.m. Seventh- and Eighth-grade Volleyball Scrimmage, Chisholm MS

7:15 p.m. Soccer Scrimmage, Fischer Field

8 p.m. Performances & Introductions, Fischer Field:

1. Band Plays - National Anthem & Alma Mater

2. Introduction of High School Football

3. Introduction of High School Volleyball

4. Introduction of Middle School Volleyball

5. Introduction of Gymnastics

6. Introduction of High School & MS Girls Tennis

7. Railiners Performance and Introduction

8. Introduction of High School & MS Cross Country

9. Introduction of Girls Golf

10. Introduction of Boys’ Soccer

11. Cheerleaders Performance and Introduction

12. Band Performance

8:30 p.m. High School Football Scrimmage, Fischer Field

Wichita drops

road finale

ST. PAUL — The Wichita Wingnuts are coming home after a 5-1 loss to the St. Paul Saints Thursday in American Association play at CHS Field.

The game was Wichita’s final road game of the regular season. St. Paul wins three of the four games in the series.

Ryan Zimmerman (7-6) threw seven innings for St. Paul allowing a run on seven hits with two walks and six strikeouts. Kenneth Frosch walked the sole batter he faced in the eighth inning. Vinny Nittoli finished the game, striking out three, for the save.

Alex Boshers (10-4) went five innings for Wichita, allowing five runs, nine hits, a walk and two strikeouts. Jesse Pratt pitched two innings, allowing a hit, a walk and a strikeout. Austin Boyle pitched the eighth inning, allowing a hit with a strikeout.

Mitch Delfino hit an RBI triple in the fourth inning and scored on a wild pitch. Dan Johnson hit an RBI double in the fifth inning, followed by a two-run Nate Hanson single.

Brent Clevlen hit an RBI single for Wichita in the top of the eighth inning.

Defino finished the game three for four hitting for the Saints. Johnson was two for three. J.J. Gould went two for four. Tim Colwell went two for five.

Martin Medina went two for three for Wichita.

St. Paul is 47-43, seven games behind Winnipeg in the AA North. Wichita is 53-36, two games behind Lincoln for the best record in the league.

Wichita returns home at 7:05 p.m. today to host the Texas AirHogs.


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Boshers (L, 10-4), Pratt 6, Boyle 8 and M.Medina; Zimmerman (W, 7-6), Frosch 8, Nittoli (S, 3) 8 and Lubach. Time – 2:33. Attendance — 8,609.

K-State downs

Oral Roberts

TULSA, Okla. — The Kansas State women’s soccer team scored on a Haley Sutter goal in the seventh minute to down Oral Roberts 1-0 Thursday in non-conference play in Tulsa.

The win was K-State’s first of the season. Laramie Hall had an assist on the goal.

Shots were even at 14. Each team had five on goal. Newton grad Brookelynn Entz had two shots for the Wildcats, one on goal.

Miranda Larkin had five saves for her first shutout of the season. Rylieg Bohnenstiehl had three saves for Oral Roberts, 1-2.

The Wildcats make their home debut at 7 p.m. Wednesday against Omaha.