MUSKOGEE, Okla. — The Bethel College women’s soccer team won its second straight match, falling to Bacone College 4-2 Saturday in non-conference play in Muskogee.
Bethel jumped out to a 3-0 lead in the first half and held off a Bacone rally in the second half.
Rachel Craft and Kacie Torrens each scored two goals for the Threshers.
Bailey Wickett scored a goal with an assist for Bacone. Emma Sandstoe also scored a goal. Liz Lozano added an assist.
Bethel outshot Bacone 7-4, 4-2 on goal.
Dapne Moore had three saves for Bacone in the first half. Jordyn Moore played the second half without a save. Maddie McDaniel claimed the win in goal for Bethel without a save.
Bacone falls to 1-5. Bethel is 2-3 and hosts Texas College at 1 p.m. Thursday at Goering Field.
1. Bt. Kacie Torrens (unassisted) 3:45
2. Bt. Rachel Craft (unassisted) 5:51
3. Bt. Craft (unassisted) 32:26
4. Ba. Emma Sandstoe (Bailey Wickett) 69:50
5. Be. Torrens (unassisted) 80:20
6. Ba. Wickett (Lozano) 89:48
Total shots — Bethel 3-4—7, Bacone 0-4—4. Shots on goal — Bethe; 3-1—4, Bacone 0-2—2. Saves — Bethel: Maddie McDaniel (W) 0-0—0. Bacone: Daphne Harvey (L, 45:00, 3 ga) 2-x—2; Jordyn Moore (45:00, 1 ga) x-0—0. Corner kicks — Bethel 1, Bacone 1. Fouls — Bethel 0, Bacone 0. Offside — Bethel 0, Bacone 0. Cautions — none.
BC men fall
in road game
MUSKOGEE, Okla. — The Bethel College men’s soccer team fell to Bacone College 2-1 Saturday in non-conference play in Muskogee.
Lukas Burt scored the game winner in the 74th minute.
Bacone led 1-0 at the half on a Joseph Thang goal in the 44th minute. Bethel tied the game on a Chris Torres goal in the 64th minute.
Bethel held a 6-5 advantage in shots, 5-4 on goal. Dev Bhamra had four saves for Bacone. Albert Bratthammar had two saves for Bethel.
Bethel is 3-3 and hosts Texas College at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Thresher Stadium.
1. Ba. Joseph Thang (unassisted) 43:45
2. Bt. Chris Torres (unassisted) 63:16
3. Ba. Lukas Burt (unassisted) 73:05
Total shots — Bethel 3-3—6, Bacone 4-1—5. Shots on goal — Bethel 3-2—5, Bacone 3-1—4. Saves — Bethel: Albert Bratthammar (L) 2-0—2. Bacone: Dev Bhamra (W) 3-1—4. Corner kicks — Bethel 0, Bacone 2. Fouls — n/a. Offside — n/a. Cautions — Bethel: Dante Texeira 73:05. Bacone: Conor Allen 15:24.
HESSTON — The Hesston College women’s soccer team downed Garden City Community College 6-0 Saturday in NJCAA Region VI play in Hesston.
Hesston scored three goals in each half. Miho Okuda scored two goals with two assists to lead the Larks. Kenzie Johnson added a goal with two assists. Paige Bauscom, Connor Atkinson and Alicia Ramirez each added a goal.
Hesston held a 14-2 advantage in total shots. Miranda Dolsman and Vivi Rodriguez each spent a half in goal to split the clean sheet win. Each had a save. Emma Parsons had two saves for Garden City.
Hesston is 6-2 and plays Barton Community College today in Great Bend.
NOTE — The men’s game was postponed because of lightning.
1. H Connor Atkinson (Kenzie Johnson, Miho Okuda) 2:00
2. H Okuda (Johnson) 17:00
3. H Paige Baucom (Okuda) 43:00
4. H Okuda (unassisted) 58:00
5. H Alicia Ramirez (Kassandra Ayala) 65:00
6. H Johnson (Faith Manickam) 77:00
Total shots — GC 1-1—2, HC 7-7—14. Shots on goal — GC 1-1—2, HC 5-4—9. Saves — GC: Emma Parsons (L, 45:00, 3 ga) 2-x—2; team (45:00, 3 ga) x-1—1. HC: Miranda Dolsman (W, 45:00, 0 ga) 1-x—1; Vivi Rodriguez (45:00, 0 ga) x-1—1. Corner kicks — GC 0, HC 9. Fouls — n/a. Offsides — n/a. Cautions — GC: Isabel Medina 67:00.
1-4 at tourney
STERLING, Colo. — The Hesston College volleyball team went 1-4 Thursday through Saturday at the Pizza Hut Invitational in Sterling.
Hesston downed Otero Junior College in five sets — 25-22, 19-25, 25-19, 22-25, 15-11. Sierrah Long had 14 kills, followed by Jade Gleason with 11 and Sam Rossin with 10. Faith Hallmark set 40 assists. Long served two aces. Kylee Kasselman had 21 digs, followed by Kylie Brenneman with 18 and Hallmark with 17. Kasselman downed five blocks, followed by Rossin with four.
Hesston lost to Casper College 25-19, 25-22, 25-21. Haley Unruh had eight kills, followed by Long with six. Hallmark set 21 assists. Brenneman had 13 digs. Kasselman downed three blocks.
Hesston lost to Sheridan College in five sets — 21-25, 20-25, 25-19, 25-22, 15-9. Rossin had 10 kills, followed by Unruh with nine. Hallmark set 31 assists and served four aces. Brenneman had 24 digs, followed by Hallmark with 22, Annalys Hanna with 13 and Kasselman with 10. Kasselman downed five blocks, followed by Hallmark, Rossin and Gleason with three each.
Hesston fell to Williston State College 25-22, 25-20, 25-23. Rossin had 10 kills, followed by Long with eight. Hallmark set 30 assists. Hanna served three aces. Brenneman and Hallmark each had 30 digs, followed by Kasselman with 11.
Hesston lost to Northeastern (Colo.) Junior College 25-19, 25-14, 22-25, 27-25. Gleason had 10 kills, followed by Rossin with nine, Hallmark with eight and Long with eight. Hallmark set 26 assists. Hallmark had 23 digs, followed by Kasselman with 20, Brenneman with 18 and Hanna with 13. Rossin downed four blocks, followed by Unruh with three.
Hesston is 4-8 and plays at 6 p.m. today at Independence Community College.
WICHITA — The Wichita State volleyball team split a pair of matches over ranked opponents at the Shocker Volleyball Classic.
Friday against eighth-ranked Creighton, Wichita State won in four sets — 25-20, 16-25, 25-19, 25-22. Sunday, the Shockers fell to 19th-ranked Iowa State in three sets — 25-21, 37-35, 25-23.
Against Creighton, Tabitha Brown had 17 kills, followed by Mikaela Raudsepp with 11 and Newton grad Abby Lehman with 10. Lehman also downed four blocks. Newton grad Emily Hiebert had 42 assists and 10 digs. Giorgia Civita had 29 digs.
Against Iowa State, Raudsepp had 19 kills. Lehman had three blocks, while Hiebert had two. Hiebert set 48 assists. Civita had 26 digs.
Wichita State is 8-3 and begins its first season of American Athletic Conference play at 6 p.m. Friday at Temple, followed by UConn at 11 a.m. Sunday.
MANHATTAN — Newton High grad Brookelynn Entz scored her third goal of the season for the Kansas State women’s soccer team, the game winner in a 3-2 win over Colorado State Sunday in Manhattan.
Entz scored in the 94th minute on a 12-yard shot set up by a Hannah Davis throw in. Maddie Souder and Katie Cramer each added a goal for the Wildcats. Davis finished with two assists, Egan Morgan and Souder each added an assist.
Beth Plentl and Maddie Rodriguez each scored for Colorado State. Hannah Gerdin added an assist. Plentl’s goal came on a penalty kick.
Hunter Peifer had six saves for CSU. Miranda Larkin had five saves for K-State.
Kansas State is 5-3-1 and plays its first official Big 12 game at 7 p.m. Friday at home against Texas Tech.
HC grad takes
BRADFORD, Pa. — Hesston College graduate Ryuta Hayakawa was named the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference offensive player of the week for the week ending Sunday.
Hayakawa, a junior at the University of Pittsburgh-Bradford, scored three goals in a pair of games. He scored two goals in a 3-3 tie against Alfred State. He scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 win over Juniata, the first win of the season for Pitt-Bradford, which improves to 1-5-1.
Pitt-Bradford is an NCAA Division III school.