GOLF

Hesston Senior Men

1. Blaine Rucker, Dick Kimberlin, Larry Hague 24.1.

2. Chet Roberts, Bob Buller, Tim Page, Clyde Goering 27.5.

3. Rod Snyder, Wayne Stucky, Buck McClain, Don Tipton 28.2.

4. Rich Wenger, Rick Krehbiel, Erwin Loeffler, Lee Flickinger 28.8.

5. Dennis McCreary, John Yost, Bruce Heinz 29.8.

Closest to the Pin — John Yost.

Next play — Friday.

TENNIS

Kansas Tennis

Coaches Association

Prep girls’ rankings

Class 6A — 1. Blue Valley North (last week 1), 2. Shawnee Mission East (2), 3. Blue Valley Northwest (3), 4. Olathe South (5), 5. Lawrence Free State (4). Others: Blue Valley West, Topeka Washburn Rural, Blue Valley.

Class 5A — 1. St. James Academy (1), 2. Bishop Carroll (3), 3. Arkansas City (2), 4. Maize (4), 5. Kapaun-Mt. Carmel (5). Others: Salina Central, St. Thomas Aquinas, Salina South.

Class 4A — 1. Wichita Collegiate (1), 2. McPherson (2), 3. Independence (4), 4. Topeka Hayden (3), 5. Wellington (5). Others: Andover Central, Bishop Miege, Smoky Valle.

Class 3-2-1A — 1. Kansas City Christian (1), 2. HESSTON (2), 3. Conway Springs (3), 4. Marysville (5), 5. Central Plains (4). Others: Wichita Independent, Ellsworth, Sterling.

BASEBALL

American Association

Post-Season

All-Star Team

C Martin Medina, Wichita

1B Matt Chavez, Wichita

2B Cesar Valera, Lincoln

3B Wes Darvill, Winnipeg

SS Andrew Sohn, Winnipeg

OF Josh Romanski, Winnipeg

OF Anthony Gallas, St. Paul

OF Richard Prigatano, Wichita

DH David Bergin, Winnipeg

Pitcher of the year — Tyler Alexander, Fargo-Moorhead

Relief pitcher of the year — Cody Winiarski, Kansas City

Defensive Player of the Year — Tony Campana, Sioux City

Rookie of the Year — Colin Willis, Gary

Manager of the Year — Bobby Brown, Lincoln

Player of the Year — Josh Romanski, Winnipeg

Newton golfers

ninth at SC

SALINA – The Newton High School girls’ golf team placed ninth out of 12 teams Tuesday at the Salina Central Invitational at the Salina Municipal Golf Course.

Manhattan edged Hays 174-178 for the team title, followed by Great Bend at 193, Emporia at 201, Hutchinson at 204-65, Concordia at 204-open, Salina South at 207-53, Salina Central at 207-open, Newton at 209 and Clay Center at 256. Topeka West and Junction City each had fewer than the four golfers required for a team score.

Karee Dinkel of Hays was top medalist with a 34, followed by Ellie Cobb of Salina Central at 36.

Newton was led by Kit Kingsley, who took 10th at 44.

“Kit didn't have her best game today with only one par, but she avoided big numbers and finished tied for sixth with a 44. (She ended up with 10th after scorecard playoff),” Newton coach Joanie Pauls said.

Mallory Seirer shot a 52, followed by Mollee Ewert-Smith at 55, Naomi Kuhn at 58, Ada Montano at 58 and Brynna Walton at 59.

“The rest of the team (was) able to improve from our first meet,” Pauls said. “Mallory hit the ball well tee to green. She was close to breaking 50 for the first time, but putting mistakes and a two-stroke penalty hurt her. Mollee turned in one of her best high school scores. She is hitting more fairways, but her putting is still holding her back from a really low score. Naomi putted better today with three one-putt greens. Ada's round was highlighted by a birdie on the par 3 eighth hole. Brynna improved almost 20 strokes from our first meet. We will keep focusing on short game in practice as this still seems to be a weakness for us.”

Newton competes Thursday at the Winfield Invitational at the Winfield Country Club.

Salina Central Inv.

Tuesday

Salina Municipal GC

Team scores — Manhattan 174, Hays 178, Great Bend 193, Emporia 201, Hutchinson 204-65, Concordia 204-open, Salina South 207-53, Salina Central 207-open, Newton 209, Clay Center 256, Junction City and Topeka West no team score.

Top 10 (tie breakers not shown) — Karee Dinkel Hys. 34, Ellie Cobb SC 36, Emily McGuire Hys. 41, Macie Myers Man. 42, Cami McAfee Man. 43, Katie Donovan Con. 44, Halley Sanders GB 44, Meredith Kinney Hut. 44, Delaney Wisdom Man. 44, Kit Kingsley New. 44.

Newton scores — Kit Kingsley 44, Mallory Seirer 52, Naomi Kuhn 58, Mollee Ewert-Smith 55, Brynna Walton 59, Ada Montano 58.

Sedgwick sweeps

home triangular

SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinal volleyball team opened Heart of America League play with a pair of wins Tuesday in a home triangular.

Sedgwick topped Marion 25-12, 28-26; and Hutchinson Trinity 21-25, 25-18, 28-25.

Trinity downed Marion 25-18, 25-17.

Sedgwick plays at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at the Goessel Invitational.

Goessel tops

Peabody-Burns

PEABODY — The Goessel Bluebird volleyball team opened Wheat State League play with a three-set win over rival Peabody-Burns in a dual meet in Peabody.

The Bluebirds won the meet 25-4, 25-8, 25-3.

Goessel improves to 4-0 and hosts the Goessel Invitational at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Peabody-Burns plays at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Solomon Invitational.

Thunder signs

forward MacMillan

WICHITA — The Wichita Thunder hockey team signed forward Mark MacMillan for the upcoming season.

A third-year pro, MacMillan was drafted in the fourth round of the NHL Entry Draft by the Montreal Canadians in 2010. He instead went to the University of North Dakota, where he scored 46 goals with 53 assists in 151 games.

He helped lead UND to a National Collegiate Hockey Conference regular-season championship in 2015. UND also reached the NCAA Frozen Four that season, falling in the semifinals. North Dakota reached the NCAA tournament in each of MacMillan’s four seasons. He was named the NCHC Defensive Forward of the Year in 2015.

He spent the last two years with the St. John’s IceCaps of the American Hockey League, scoring 12 goals with 13 assists in 120 games. He also played six games with the Brampton Beast of the ECHL, scoring two goals with three assists.

"I'm really excited to join Wichita and play for the Thunder," MacMillan said. "Coach (Malcolm Cameron) and I have known each other for a while, having both been a part of the Okanagan Hockey Academy. I'm excited for the opportunity. My offseason has been awesome this year. I've been spending most my time in my hometown of Penticton, training and skating here in town. I can't wait to get going."

"We're very excited to add Mark to our group this season," Cameron said. "I've had the pleasure of being on the ice with him in the past. I know the speed and skill set he brings. He's been a winner and with his experience in the AHL, I expect him to be a top player for us."