VOLLEYBALL

Central Kansas League

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;W-L;W-L

Kingman;5–0;24–0

Hesston;5–0;15–1

Halstead;3–2;18–8

Pratt;3–2;14–10

Nickerson;2–2;15–4

Hillsboro;2–2;7–10

Larned;2–3;6–13

Lyons;1–3;5–10

Haven;1–3;5–12

Hoisington;1–4;4–15

Smoky Val.;0–4;1–20

Kansas Volleyball

Association

Prep poll

Class 6A — 1. Blue Valley North 10-1 (last week 1), 2. Olathe Northwest 10-2 (2), 3. Blue Valley West 10-2 (3), 4. Olathe North 11-2 (NR), 5. Lawrence Free State 11-5 (NR), 6. Blue Valley 7-4 (4), 7. Manhattan 8-6 (6), 8. Washburn Rural 8-2 (7), 9. Gardner-Edgerton 7-4 (8), 10. Lawrence 9-4 (5).

Class 5A — 1. St. James Academy 14-3 (1), 2. Lansing 11-1 (2), 3. Goddard 15-1 (5), 4. De Soto 14-2 (3), 5. Maize 16-4 (6), 6. St. Thomas Aquinas 10-5 (4), 7. NEWTON 14-4 (10), 8. Andover 12-3 (7), 9. Pittsburg 15-1 (8), 10. Shawnee Heights 11-7 (NR).

Class 4A, Division I — 1. Rose Hill 16-0 (1), 2. Basehor-Linwood 14-5 (3), 3. Louisburg 15-5 (2), 4. Bishop Miege 1-7 (4), 5. McPherson 10-2 (5), 6. Abilene 12-4 (7), 7. Maize South 13-7 (8), 8. Hays 7-2 (10), 9. Andover Central 9-7 (9), 10. Independence 13-1 (NR).

Class 4A, Division II — 1. Topeka-Hayden 12-5 (1), 2. Concordia 13-2 (2), 3. Andale 13-3 (3), 4. Burlington 16-2 (4), 5. Wichita-Trinity Academy 11-0 (6), 6. Nickerson 13-4 (5), 7. Santa Fe Trail 8-2 (7), 8. Holcomb 10-3 (9), 9. Chapman 10-2 (NR), 10. Pratt 13-9 (8).

Class 3A — 1. Kingman 22-0 (1), 2. Silver Lake 14-2 (2), 3. HESSTON 13-1 (3), 4. Thomas More Prep-Marian 14-1 (4), 5. Nemaha Central 15-1 (6), 6. Douglass 7-1 (7), 7. Garden Plain 8-4 (NR), 8. Cheney 8-4 (5), 9. Royal Valley 10-4 (10), 10. Beloit 14-2 (NR).

Class 2A — 1. Heritage Christian 13-1 (1), 2. St. Mary’s-Colgan 14-2 (2), 3. Plainville 15-0 (3), 4. Kiowa County 15-2 (5), 5. Inman 15-1 (6), 6. Udall 13-0 (NR), 7. Valley Falls 12-4 (9), 8. Smith Center 10-4 (8), 9. Jefferson County North 11-5 (10), 10. Valley Heights 9-6 (NR).

Class 1A, Division I — 1. GOESSEL 13-0 (2), 2. Centralia 15-1 (1), 3. South Central 17-1 (3), 4. Olpe 13-3 (5), 5. Hanover 18-7 (4), 6. Frankfort 9-3 (NR), 7. Beloit St. John’s-Tipton Catholic 11-2 (8), 8. Thunder Ridge 11-3 (7), 9. Rural Vista 12-2 (6), 10. Pretty Prairie 9-2 (10), Class 1A, Division II — 1. Wheatland-Grinnell 11-0 (1), 2. Sylvan-Lucas Unified 15-1 (2), 3. Otis-Bison 13-2 (3), 4. Argonia 12-2 (6), 5. Attica 6-3 (4), 6. Northern Valley 7-5 (5), 7. Logan 10-2 (7), 8. Ingalls 8-5 (9), 9. Marais des Cygnes Valley 12-9 (NR), 10. Fowler 7-5 (NR).

Newton netters

5th at Collegiate

WICHITA — The Newton High School girls’ tennis team finished fifth out of nine teams Tuesday at the Wichita Collegiate Invitational.

Goddard won the meet at 29, followed by Wellington at 26, Collegiate at 24, Salina Central at 20 and Newton at 17.

Rai Normai finished 3-0 at first singles to win the title.

Quinn Rhodes finished third at second singles at 2-1.

Kenzi Gillespie and Cattie Arrowsmith finished 0-3 at first doubles. Ashley Schmidt and Faye Smith finished 1-3 at second doubles.

Newton competes today at the Winfield Invitational.

Wichita Collegiate Inv.

Tuesday

Newton results

Team scores — Goddard 29, Wellington 26, Wichita Collegiate 24, Salina Central 20, Newton 17, Winfield 16, Wichita Classical 10, Augusta 6, Neodesha 0.

First singles – 1. Rae Normai 3-0: QF. W Shanfelt W.Clas. 8-0, SF. W Lowe Wel. 8-0, F. W LeFevre Gdd. 8-5.

Second singles — 3. Quinn Rhodes 2-1: QF. W Martines W.Class. 8-2, SF. L Murphy W.Coll. 8-5, 3rd. W Hatfeld Wel. 8-4.

First doubles — 8. Kenzi Gillespie-Cattie Arrowsmith 0-3: QF. L Gary-Freund Gdd. 8-1, CSF. L Green-Darrah n/a 8-5, 7th. L Malm-Stewat Aug. def.

Second doubles — 8. Ashley Schmidt-Faye Smith 1-3: 1. W Jones-Garcia Neo. 7-1, QF. L Breck-Saffel Wel. 8-0, CSF. L Wood-Akers Win. 8-4, 7th. L Cantu-Banks Aug. 8-7 (7-4).

Bethel falls

to ‘Builders

WINFIELD — The Bethel College volleyball team was handed a setback after a three-set loss to Southwestern Wednesday in KCAC play in Winfield.

Bethel fell 25-15, 25-20, 25-16.

The Threshers drop their second straight match, falling to 3-8, 1-5 in KCAC play. Southwestern improves to 3-9, 1-5 in KCAC play.

Kanami Ellis led Southwestern with 10 kills. Catabrean Baumann set 31 assists. Rylie Ingram had 13 digs, followed by Baumann with 11. Amanda Pinter downed four blocks.

For Bethel, Avery Myatt had eight kills, followed by Abby Kurtzer with seven. Kelsie Anderson set 13 assists. Anderson and Rachel Bustillos each had eight digs. Bethel downed just two blocks in the match.

Bethel hosts Sterling at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

Hesston women

ranked in NJCAA

NEW ORLEANS — The Hesston College women’s cross country team is ranked 23rd in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I poll released Sept. 20 by the US Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.

The Larks finished 29th in the NJCAA National Championships last year.

Hesston has competed in two meets this season, finishing fifth at the Masterson Twilight Classic in Hutchinson and third at the Bronco Stampede in Hastings, Neb.

Hesston competes at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Tabor Invitational at Cottonwood Point, Marion Reserve.

Remington’s Schmidt

wins meet

MARION — The Remington High School boys’ and girls’ cross country teams each finished second out of 17 teams Tuesday at the Marion Invitational at the Marion Country Club.

The Remington girls were led by Sienna Schmidt, who won the race. Other medalists included Audrey Van Zelfden in eighth, Bethany Regehr in 11th and Adi Reece in 16th.

Schmidt won by 68 seconds. It was her third straight win.

Medalists for the boys were Brayden Old in sixth, Asher Brown in ninth and Craig Fee in 19th.

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

Other Remington medalists

(times not listed)

JV Boys — 15. Brayden Marciano.

8th-grade Girls — 1. Lucy Brown, 4. Ellie Van Zelfden, 10. Kaidynce Hayworth, 13. Alissa Eck.

8th-grade Boys — 16. Corbin Hutchinson, 17. Christian Shockley, 20. Dean Hanna.

7th-grade Boys – 9. Luke Bumm.

Hesston women

fall to Barton

GREAT BEND — The Hesston College women’s soccer team fell to Barton Community College 3-0 Tuesday in Great Bend.

Barton scored all three goals in the second half. Tresse Becker, Elizabeth Fematt and Kirsty Ashworth each scored a goal. Jordan Bruner had an assist.

Hesston was outshot 19-8, 7-1 on goal. Vivi Rodriguez had four saves in goal for Hesston. Reyna Gonzalez had one save for Barton. Raquelle Hardin played in the last 10 minutes of play.

Barton improves to 3-3-2. Hesston falls to 6-3. The Larks host Cloud County Community College at 5 p.m. today.

HC men blanked

by Barton CC

GREAT BEND — The Hesston College men’s soccer team fell to Barton Community College 7-0 Tuesday in Great Bend.

Trevor Ssemakula scored three goals for Barton. Sora Wakabayashi scored a goal with an assist. Victor Gonzalez, Gabriel Arraes De Almeida and Fillippo Reggio each added a goal.

Hesston was outshot 25-0, 14-0 on goal. Luke Hertzler had seven saves for Hesston. Felipe Baeza had no saves for Barton, 7-2.

Hesston is 5-3 and hosts Cloud County Community College at 7 p.m. today.

Lark spikers

fall in five

INDEPENDENCE — The Hesston College volleyball team fell to Independence Community College in five sets Tuesday in Independence.

Hesston fell 25-23, 16-25, 25-16, 17-25, 15-9.

Haley Unruh led Hesston with 14 kills, followed by Cassidy King and Jade Gleason with 10 each. Faith Hallmark set 34 assists. Kylie Brenneman and Hallmark each had 21 digs, followed by Annalys Hanna and Autumn Lungwitz with 10 each. Sierrah Long, Sam Rossin and Lungwitz each downed three blocks.

For Independence, Briana Prescott had 14 kills, followed by Lauren Chambers with 12 and Liley Bartlett with 10. Ellisangi Matos set 46 assists. Kylie Shanahan had 33 digs, followed by Kylie Van Eck with 15, Odalls Martinez, Prescott and Natalie Trichoche with 10 each. Chambers downed eight blocks, followed by Bartlett with five.

Independence is 3-13. Hesston is 4-9 and host Pratt Community College and the Kansas Wesleyan junior varsity at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Wingnuts fall

in deciding game

WINNIPEG — After a game-ending, championship winning out was wiped away on a balk Monday night, the Wichita Wingnuts suffered an 18-2 loss to the Winnipeg Goldeyes Wednesday in the fifth and deciding game of the American Association Championship Series at Shaw Park in Winnipeg.

The Goldeyes top Wichita for the second straight year in five games for the title.

The balk Monday allowed Winnipeg to score the tying run. The Goldeyes added a run in the 17th inning for a 4-3 win.

Wednesday, Winnipeg scored nine runs in the bottom of the second. Mason Katz hit a two-run single. Andrew Sohn then drove in Katz with a single. David Rohm hit an RBI single. Reggie Abercrombie hit a two-run single. Shawn Pleffner capped off the inning with a three-run home run.

Winnipeg added five more runs in the fourth inning. Abercrombie hit an RBI double, followed by a two-run Pleffner double and a David Bergin home run.

Bergin added an RBI single in the sixth inning.

Wichita broke the shutout in the top of the seventh on a Richard Prigatano RBI double. Wichita also scored a run on a wild pitch.

In the eighth, Wes Darvill hit an RBI single, followed by a two-run Katz home run.

Edwin Carl went 6 1-3 innings for the Goldeyes for the win, allowing two runs on five hits with three walks and two strikeouts. Mitchell Lambson finished the game, allowing one hit and two strikeouts.

Pleffner finished four for five hitting with five RBIs. Pleffner hit for the cycle. Katz finished two for five with four RBIs. Abercrombie finished two for four with three RBIs.

Matt Chavez went two for three hitting for Wichita.

Wichita starter Tim Brown lasted just 11 batters for the loss, allowing six runs on seven hits with a strikeout. Wichita used five other pitchers in the game.

Wichita;000;000;000;—2;6;2

Winnipeg;090;501;030;—18;18;0

Brown (L, 0-1), Boshers 2, Harvey 4, Goossen-Brown 6, Boyle 7, Devine 8 and M.Medina; Carl (W, 2-0), Lambson 7 and Katz. HR — Win.: Pleffner (1), Bergin (3), Katz (2). Time — 2:38. Attendance — 6,363.