Newton soccer

team falls

HAYSVILLE — The Newton High School boys’ soccer team fell to Campus 1-0 Tuesday to open Ark Valley-Chisholm Trail League Division I play in Haysville.

The loss sets Newton back to 5-4. Newton hosts Salina South at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.

The junior varsity also lost to Campus 1-0.

Bethel netters

win consolations

MAIZE — The Bethel tennis doubles team of Kimberly Buzbee and Jennifer Harrison won the consolation doubles title of the ITA Central-Southwest Regional Championship Friday and Saturday in Maize.

The team finished 3-1, winning their last three matches. They beat Holly Chestnut and Brooke Barnard 8-4 in the consolation finals.

Buzbee lost to second seeded Kelsey Brown of Hastings 6-2, 6-2 in the round of 16. Harrison lost in the round of 32 and in the consolation second round.

In the second doubles flight, the team of Breanne Rogers and Samantha Koch lost in the quarterfinals. The team of Kaci Wilson and Julie Baker lost in the consolation semifinals.

In singles play, Serena Wong lost in the second round. Koch lost in the second consolation round. Baker lost in the second consolation round. Wilson lost in the third consolation round. Katie Klassen lost in the first consolation round.

For the Bethel men, Gabe Johnson and Ryan LaCombe each lost in the second round of the first singles flight. Johnson and LaCombe lost in the second round of doubles.

Dylan Miera lost to James Birdsong of Texas A&M-Texarkana 8-4 in the second-flight semifinals. Zachary Shima, Tyler Shima and Jacob Winter each lost in the round of 16. Shawn Bontrager, Grant Bellar and Jordan Singh each lost in the second round. Bellar and Singh each reached the consolation semifinals.

In doubles play, Zachary Shima and Tyler Shima lost in the quarterfinals. Jacob Winter and Connick Roe also lost in the quarterfinals. Bellar and Bontrager lost in the second round. Miera and Singh also lost in the second round, but came back and won the consolation round. Bellar and Bontrager lost to Miera and Singh 8-2 in the consolation semifinals.

OCU wins

The Mid-South

Oklahoma City University claimed the team title Tuesday at The Mid-South at Sand Creek Station.

The Stars shot a team score of 281-287—568, 8 under par, to win the 11-team field which including seven teams ranked in the NAIA polls.

OCU was led by South African Rupert Kaminski, who placed fourth at 69-70—139. He shot nine birdies in the second round.

Garrison Mendoza and Peri’Don Castille tied for sixth at 141. Mendoza shot a 72 in the second round, while Castille shot a 73. David Meyers and Chris Winkel each tied for 17th at 147. Niccolo Nespoli shot a 151. Gaston Romero shot a 153. Winkel and Nespoli were non-team scoring entries.

The tournament was shortened to 36 holes because of the weather.

Hesston spikers

split triangular

HILLSBORO — The Hesston High School volleyball team split a key Central Kansas League triangular Tuesday in Hillsboro.

Hesston fell to Kingman in a clash of CKL unbeatens 17-25, 26-24, 25-18; and beat Hillsboro 25-15, 25-18. Kingman downed Hillsboro 25-21, 25-13.

Against Kingman, Kailey Jo Ince put down 18 kills. Alaina Dunlavy set 38 assists. Dunlavy downed three blocks and had 16 digs.

Against Hillsboro, Ince had 16 kills. Dunlavy set 27 assists. Talby Duerksen downed three blocks. Elise Kaiser had nine digs.

Hesston is 17-2, 6-1 in CKL play. Hesston hosts Hoisington Tuesday for “Dig Pink” night.

Hillsboro tri

Kingman def. Hillsboro 25-21, 25-13

Kingman def. Hesston 17-25, 26-24, 25-18

Hesston def. Hillsboro 25-15, 25-18

Hesston stats

vs. Kingman

Kills: Kailey Jo Ince 18, Mia Loganbill 9, Rylie Schilling 6, Talby Duerksen 6, Jada Mininger 2, Alaina Dunlavy 1.

Assists: Dunlavy 38, Ince 1, Kaiser 1.

Aces: Jules Toews 1, Ince 1, Duerksen 1.

Blocks: Dunlavy 3, Schilling 2, Duerksen 2.

Digs: Dunlavy 16, Kaiser 9, Loganbill 8, Ince 8, Micheala Vogt 4, Duerksen 2, Schilling 2, Kailie Hamilton 1, Toews 1, Mininger 1.

vs. Hillsboro

Kills: Ince 16, Schilling 4, Duerksen 3, Loganbill 3, Mininger 2, Dunlavy 1.

Assists: Dunlavy 27, Loganbill 1.

Aces: Loganbill 2, Dunlavy 2, Toews 2, Schilling 1.

Blocks: Duerksen 3, Mininger 2, Schilling 1, Ince 1.

Digs: Kaiser 9, Ince 8, Loganbill 6, Schilling 5, Duerksen 3, Dunlavy 3, Toews 1, Vogt 1, Hamilton 1.

JV scores

Hillsboro def. Hesston 25-21, 12-25, 15-13

Hesston def. Kingman 26-24, 28-26

C-team scores

Kingman def. Hesston 25-19, 25-20

Hesston def. Hillsboro 25-18, 25-12

Goessel sweeps

league tri

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

Goessel topped Wakefield 25-6, 25-7; and Centre 25-12, 25-5.

Goessel is 22-0, 7-0 in WSL play. Goessel plays Saturday at the Canton-Galva Invitational.

Bethel’s Young

takes honors

WICHITA — Bethel College defensive back Reggie Young was named the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference defensive player of the week.

Young, a 5-11, 180-pound junior cornerback from Glendora, Calif., had 12 total tackles — nine solo — with three interceptions in a 37-33 loss to Bethany. He had 56 yards in interception returns. Young also returned a fumble for 60 yards.

Hiebert takes

Jayhawk honors

HUTCHINSON — Goessel High School grad Page Hiebert was named the Jayhawk Conference player of the week for the week ending Sunday.

Hiebert is a 6-foot sophomore outside hitter for Hutchinson Community College. In six matches (22 sets), Hiebert averaged 4.91 kills per set and 2.95 digs per set. In a five-set loss to second-ranked (NJCAA Division I) Iowa Western, Hiebert tied the single match record for kills in a match at 28. Her 82 attacks also was a school record. She had 15 kills with nine digs in a three-set sweep of sixth-ranked Indian Hills.

HCC was 5-1 last week and is 14-6 overall, 7-1 in conference play.

It was the third time this season, Hiebert was named conference player of the week.

Hesston women

fall to NWKT

HESSTON — Alicia Benete Montufu scored four goals, including the game winner in the 109th minute to hand Hesston College a 4-3 loss to Northwest Kansas Tech Tuesday in Hesston.

All four of Montufu’s goals were unassisted.

Miho Okuda and Kenzie Johnson each scored a goal with an assist for Hesston. Taylar Clark added a goal. Down 3-1, Hesston scored twice in the final three minutes of play to force extra time.

Hesston was outshot 11-10. Chloe Balley had seven saves for Northwest Tech. Miranda Dolsman had three saves for Hesston. Vivi Rodriguez had four saves.

Northwest Tech improves to 6-1, 5-1 in Region VI play. Hesston drops to 7-5, 2-5 in Region VI play. Hesston hosts Hutchinson Community College at 7 p.m. Saturday.

The Hesston men lost to Northwest Tech 6-0. Scoring details were not reported.

Hesston is 6-4, 1-3 in Region VI play. Hesston hosts the McPherson College junior varsity at 7 p.m. Friday.