TENNIS

Kansas Tennis

Coaches Association

Prep girls’ rankings

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

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

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

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

Bethel game

time changes

The start times for the Bethel College men’s and women’s soccer games against Texas College have been changed.

The women will kick off at 6 p.m., followed by the men at about 8 p.m.

Wingnuts game

postponed

WINNIPEG — Game five of the American Association Championship Series between the Wichita Wingnuts and Winnipeg Goldeyes has been postponed because of the weather to 6:05 p.m. Wednesday.

Game four of the best-of-five series won by Winnipeg 4-3 in 17 innings. The game was the longest in American Association history at five hours, 59 minutes.

Railer golfers

9th at South

SALINA — The Newton High School girls’ golf team placed ninth Monday at the Salina South Invitational at the Salina Municipal Golf Course.

Manhattan won the meet with a team score of 284, followed by Hays at 292, Maize at 296, Derby at 301 and Hutchinson at 312. Newton had a team score of 337.

The meet was halted after 14 holes because of the weather.

Karee Dinkel of Hays was top medalist at 59, followed by Ellie Cobb of Salina Central at 60 and Kenni Henson of Derby at 61.

Newton was led by Kit Kingsley, who placed 10th at 70.

Other Newton scores were Brynna Walton at 80, Mallory Seirer at 91, Naomi Kuhn at 96, Mollee Ewert-Smith at 100 and Ada Montano at 111.

Newton is off until Sept. 27, when the Railers compete at the Wichita North Invitational at Sim Park.

Salina South Inv.

Monday

Salina Municipal GC

Par 70

Team scores — Manhattan 284, Hays 292, Maize 296, Derby 301, Hutchinson 312, Great Bend 316, Goddard Eisenhower 328, Salina Central 329, Newton 337, Salina South 368, Dodge City 391.

Top 20 — 1. Karee Dinkel Hys. 59, 2. Ellie Cobb SC 60, 3. Kenni Henson Der. 61, 4. Macie Myers Man. 67, 5. Delaney Wisdom Man. 69, 6. Mariah Cannon Hut. 69, 7. Amber Donker Mai. 72, 8. Elise Jackson Man. 72, 9. Emily McGuire Hys. 72, 10. Kit Kingsley New. 70, 11. Emma Johnson Der. 73, 12. Meredith Kinney Hut. 71, 13. Tessa Kilian Mai. 74, 14. Lexie Ridder Mai. 75, 15. Riley Hunter Mai. 75, 16. Cami McAtee Man. 76, 17. Halley Sanders GB 77, 18. Lauren Arnett Mai. 77, 19. Lydia Fry Man. 77, 20. Emily George Hys. 79.

Other Newton scores — 25. Brynna Walton 80, 49. Mallory Seirer 91, 53. Naomi Kuhn 96, 55. Mollee Ewert-Smith 100, 61. Ada Montano 111.

Hesston sweeps

Pratt triangular

PRATT — The Hesston High School volleyball team swept a Central Kansas League triangular Tuesday at Pratt.

Hesston downed Lyons 25-12, 25-17; and Pratt 25-21, 25-13. Pratt downed Lyons 25-19, 25-22.

Hesston is 15-1, 5-0 in CKL play, and plays Thursday at a dual meet at Garden Plain.

JV scores

Hesston def. Lyons 25-20, 25-17

Hesston def. Pratt 20-25, 25-17, 15-8

C-Team scores

Hesston def. Pratt 16-25, 25-19, 15-12

Hesston def. Lyons 26-24, 25-13

Goessel sweeps

league matches

WAKEFIELD — The Goessel High School volleyball team claimed a pair of wins Tuesday in Wheat State League play in Wakefield.

Goessel downed Little River 25-16, 25-13; and Solomon 25-16, 25-16.

Goessel improves to 15-0, 5-0 in WSL play. Goessel plays Saturday at the Olpe Invitational, a round-robin tourney.

Goessel runners

compete at Marion

MARION — The Goessel High School cross country team competed Tuesday at the Marion Invitational at the Marion Country Club.

The Marion girls finished fourth and the boys were fifth out of 12 teams.

“This was a rare Tuesday meet with a quick turnaround from last Thursday with extra heat and wind compared to Bennington,” Goessel coach Brian Lightner said. “This course was our first introduction to hills and the difficulty along with the conditions make it a challenge for all the kids. They did well to make the most of this meet and hopefully the experience will pay dividends towards the end of the year.”

Claiming medals for the Goessel girls were Julia Nightengale, who finished ninth; Elyse Boden, who finished 13th; and Porclein Unruh, who finished 18th.

Dawson Duerksen finished 18th for the Goessel boys to claim a medal.

Goessel competes at the Berean Academy Invitational Sept. 28 at Harvey County East Park.

Marion Inv.

Goessel results

Varsity girls — 9. Julia Nightengale 25:53.5, 13. Elyse Boden 26:19.7, 18. Porclein Unruh 28:18.0, 25. Edel Miller 31:06.0, 29. Maddy Meier 29:38.4.

Varsity boys — 18. Dawson Duerksen 20:58.5, 25. Jerah Schmidt 21:36.6, 34. Nate Impson 22:37.3, 40. Zack Guerrero 23:22.2, 44. Noah Regier 23:59.7.

Junior varsity girls — 1. Cassandra 26:22.8, 6. Katelyn Olson 32:19.9.

Junior varsity boys — 12. David Sawyer 23:51.5, 13. Brendon Hicks 24:14.7.

Sedgwick grad

takes honors

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Sedgwick High School graduate Logan Thompson was named the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletic Association defensive football player of the week for the week ending Sunday.

Thompson, a sophomore linebacker at Emporia State, had a career-high nine tackles and an interception with a 25-yard return for a touchdown that proved key in the Hornet’s 36-29 win at Missouri Southern.

Emporia State (2-1) is ranked 14th in the AFCA NCAA Division II poll.