CROSS COUNTRY

KCAC Championships

Saturday

Rolling Acres GC,

McPherson

WOMEN

Team scores — Saint Mary 32, Southwestern 50, Friends 65, Tabor 128, Sterling 139, McPherson 186, Ottawa 242, York 249, Bethel 252, Bethany 253, Oklahoma Wesleyan 284, Kansas Wesleyan 309.

Individuals — 1. Lorena Moreno SM 19:05.92; 2. Justine Vogele SW 19:17.50; 3. Kari Blattner SW 19:33.91; 4. Kristina Silvers SM 19:47.60; 5. Christa Follette Fr. 19:59.63; 6. Nicole Ballard Fr. 20:05.01; 7. Divina De Leon SM 20:11.12; 8. Julie Loewen Tab. 20:13.06; 9. Mariah Stein SM 20:13.45; 10. Emily Kemling Tab. 20:15.90; 11. Krystal Rivera SM 20:25.74; 12. Bailey Walser SW 20:37.97; 13. Kaitlynn Tuey SM 20:39.81; 14. Ashley Smith SW 20:43.40; 15. Kymberli Callier SM 20:45.26; 16. Grace Aitken Fr. 20:48.31; 17. Lindsay Crist Tab. 20:51.32; 18. Payton Reaves Fr. 20:54.19; 19. Kaitlynn Ellis SM 20:56.38; 20. Erin Floyd SW 20:58.41; 21. Kayla Allen Fr. 21:02.51; 22. Sydney Muzny SW 21:05.23; 23. Brittany WhiteDold SM 21:06.66; 24. Shelby Stouffer SM 21:10.95; 25. Bethany Vonada Fr. 21:20.34; 26. Lacey Buckwalter St. 21:20.56; 27. Kara Zahariades Fr. 21:26.01; 28. Payden Shapland St. 21:31.83; 29. Karen Aros SW 26 21:32.32; 30. Bailie Troll KW 21:34.96; 31. Lora Bebermeyer St. 21:36.86; 32. Linda Delgado SM 21:40.40; 33. Jaismon Travelbee St. 21:40.51; 34. Jennifer Meysing Btl. 21:48.53; 35. Miranda Tenove Fr. 21:55.61; 36. Tierney Sutton SW 21:59.26; 37. Madeleine Martinez Yrk. 22:03.21; 38. Samantha Nelson McP. 22:03.32; 39. LeaAnn Myers McP. 22:04.00; 40. Darian Trost St. 22:05.62; 41. Sydney Coleman Ott. 22:08.97; 42. Ane Archuleta McP. 22:10.53; 43. Elaina Hubbell St. 22:12.10; 44. Katelynn Adam Bty. 22:12.22; 45. Rachel Foreman McP. 22:14.47; 46. Sophia Defeo SM 22:21.07; 47. Tavia Hart SW 22:22.45; 48. Evelyn Barnhart St. 22:23.20; 49. Molly Achterberg Bty. 22:29.46; 50. Hailey Stigger Yrk. 22:34.84; 51. Kiley Varney Btl. 22:35.83; 52. Madilynn Hydock St. 22:49.33; 53. Shaye White Ott. 22:49.81; 54. Allison Topham Tab. 22:49.86; 55. Taylor Dreiling McP. 22:53.66; 56. Edith Arvizu SM 23:07.71; 57. Leah Gabler OWU 23:10.49; 58. Sydney Mickens St. 23:12.59; 59. Kate Reimer Tab. 23:15.35; 60. Hannah Rohda Yrk. 23:25.42; 61. Anna Kuns St. 23:30.04; 62. Phoebe Grubbs Ott. 23:38.82; 63. Cassandra Valenzuela McP. 23:53.93; 64. Jordan Hill Btl. 23:56.47; 65. Kellie Tjon OWU 24:12.40; 66. Elyse Bergquist Bty. 24:12.61; 67. Angel Roth OWU 24:22.11; 68. Olivia Lemus Ott. 24:33.11; 69. Adia Vaughn Ott. 24:33.92; 70. Hannah Holden Ott. 24:36.27; 71. Daniela Gutierrez Bty. 24:44.21; 72. Ashley Dugan Yrk. 24:46.10; 73. Rheadawn Chiles Bty. 25:14.97; 74. Eva Dwyer Btl. 25:31.03; 75. Emma Cone OWU 25:33.71; 76. Alyssa Wilson McP. 26:15.25; 77. SkyLa O'Neal Btl. 26:22.19; 78. Christy Dunnam OWU 66 26:31.33; 79. Mataia Hess Yrk. 26:46.63; 80. Myriah Netter KW 26:48.17; 81. Kaylie Ross KW 26:49.34; 82. Destiny Dyson Bty. 27:08.69; 83. Dakota Burden OWU 27:15.49; 84. Kaitlyn Harlow KW 27:41.54; 85. Holly Holt KW 27:53.44; 86. Kendra Samuels Btl. 28:38.92; 87. Kelsey Ripperger KW 29:02.66; 88. Maddison Nowlin KW 29:05.15; 89. Nyalat Buom Yrk. 29:05.20; 90. Cassidy Kuehl Bty. 29:22.81; 91. Linda Martinez Bty. 29:31.95; 92. RayAnn Johnson KW 29:55.32; 93. Lauren Blue KW 29:55.67; 94. Kaitlen White Ott. 31:23.80.

MEN

Team scores — Saint Mary 21, York 91, Kansas Wesleyan 110, Southwestern 114, Friends 120, McPherson 162, Sterling 192, Ottawa 217, Bethany 240, Tabor 263, Bethel 295, Oklahoma Wesleyan 360.

Individuals — 1. Philip Lagemann SM 25:49.97; 2. Tony Weber SM 26:02.13; 3. Isaac Clark Fr. 26:13.65; 4. Ian Meek Yrk. 26:27.55; 5. Luke Skinner SM 26:39.64; 6. Johnathan Bowen SM 26:45.03; 7. Joshua Ramirez SM 26:47.51; 8. Christian Graham SM 26:48.65; 9. Jersey Boydstun SW 26:53.57; 10. Julio Martinez Btl. 26:56.28; 11. Jeremy Brittain SM 26:56.86; 12. Brendan Erwin SM 27:03.66; 13. Rolando Phalen St. 27:13.06; 14. Meshach Adams SM 27:14.99; 15. Christian Perez KW 27:19.16; 16. Isaac Sprague Fr. 27:23.11; 17. Tegan Michael SM 27:24.69; 18. Eric Vazques SM 27:27.52; 19. John Greening KW 27:27.61; 20. Levi Swenson Yrk. 27:27.73; 21. Jermie Johnson SM 27:33.93; 22. Bryce Grahn SW 27:36.93; 23. Luke Maddox KW 27:36.95; 24. Jonathan Dominguez McP. 27:41.11; 25. Logan Kaliff Yrk. 27:42.92; 26. Jerod Fuller McP. 27:43.28; 27. Michael Tyll SM 27:43.90; 28. Manuel Gonzalez SW 27:47.24; 29. Logan White Fr. 27:50.42; 30. Bang Yout Yrk. 27:50.43; 31. Curtis Quarrels SW 27:54.25; 32. Evan Smith Ott. 28:00.81; 33. Caleb Magner Yrk. 28:03.07; 34. Garrett Solombrino KW 28:07.05; 35. Cameron Sorter Yrk. 28:10.04; 36. Steve Lagat 293 Yrk. 28:14.14; 37. Aaron Pinkerton St. 28:20.23; 38. Collin Bruske Tab. 28:22.94; 39. Joseph Bergthold Ott. 28:27.84; 40. Jesse Freeman McP. 28:34.77; 41. Zach Williams St. 28:38.75; 42. Peyton Horton Yrk. 28:45.67; 43. Michael Sarafi KW 28:47.06; 44. Joe Ruffcorn Yrk. 28:51.44; 45. Jacob Lovell KW 28:54.91; 46. Reno Ferris Fr. 29:00.59; 47. Casey Zimmerman McP. 29:08.81; 48. Curtis Ivanoff Bty. 29:11.54; 49. Kyler Newkirk SW 29:12.37; 50. Brett Martin Fr. 29:13.43; 51. Jacob Moyo SW 29:15.38; 52. Garrett Kinsey Tab. 29:17.77; 53. Ivan Perez Bty. 29:32.16; 54. Jamall Theodile Bty. 29:32.87; 55. Grant Loewer KW 29:35.38; 56. Joseph Corbin Ott. 29:50.89; 57. Kevin Boeckman McP. 29:59.23; 58. Isaac Blandford SW 30:00.57; 59. Jonathan Samayoa KW 30:00.68; 60. Ajay Dandu Bty. 30:02.72; 61. Pierce Wolters St. 30:08.71; 62. Michael Garrison Ott. 30:09.32; 63. Noah Barajas Fr. 30:09.89; 64. Jonathan Hinerman Tab. 30:33.04; 65. Jonathan Pettyjohn Fr. 30:36.77; 66. Dallas Reutter Ott. 30:38.90; 67. Juan TiradoGarcia SM 30:45.52; 68. Ross Frame Yrk. 30:45.55; 69. Teylyr Wheeles Bty. 30:48.00; 70. Jacob Anders SW 30:50.54; 71. Sam Frost Bty. 31:06.38; 72. Clayton Faircloth Ott. 31:11.04; 73. Thomas Schott Btl. 31:11.37; 74. Luke Kasunic KW 31:15.32; 75. Gavin Lierz St. 31:15.65; 76. Thomas Bacon Tab. 31:16.24; 77. Nick Roark SW 31:18.84; 78. Keaton McKay Bty. 31:35.28; 79. Josh Christian St. 31:42.78; 80. Will Montgomery SW 31:51.62; 81. Felix Cervantes McP. 32:14.47; 82. Joshua Terrazas KW 32:18.54; 83. Brett Couture St. 32:23.72; 84. Myles Gladen OWU 32:46.26; 85. Riley BallouLyngstad Tab. 32:54.88; 86. Benjamin Staggs OWU 33:03.27; 87. Austin Birdsong OWU 33:16.90; 88. Isreal Keith Bty. 33:31.02; 89. Reagen Terrell OWU 33:31.17; 90. Ty Wyckoff St. 33:37.32; 91. Adam Sigwing Btl. 34:09.95; 92. Heath Goertzen Btl. 34:28.37; 93. Trey Winters SW 34:41.97; 94. Michael Skelton Ott. 34:46.55; 95. Joel Quinones Bty. 34:46.58; 96. Caleb Hartzell Yrk. 35:15.20; 97. Zac Milliken Yrk. 35:38.85; 98. AJ Hamm Yrk. 35:42.07; 99. Avery Franz Tab. 36:02.22; 100. Chandler White Btl. 37:00.68; 101. Ben Gramm Yrk. 37:03.36; 102. Harrison Woodyard Bty. 37:27.27; 103. Jack Berry SW 37:27.86; 104. Alex White Tab. 39:53.68; 105. Aaron Schmidt St. 39:58.00; 106. Levi Sharp St. 43:59.86; 107. Dillion Anthone OWU 45:09.30; 108. Alex Schuetz McP. 47:53.89.

Bethel runner

heads to national

McPHERSON — Bethel College senior cross country runner Julio Martinez qualified for the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics National Championships for the second straight year after a 10th-place finish Saturday at the KCAC Championships at the Rolling Acres Golf Course in McPherson.

Martinez finished the 8,000-meter race in 26:56.28. Philip Lagemann of the University of Saint Mary won the race in 25:49.97. Saint Mary also won the team title with 21 points, followed by York at 91 and Kansas Wesleyan at 110. Bethel scored 295 points to finish 11th.

The top two teams and top six runners not on the top two teams advance to nationals Nov. 18 in Fort Vancouver, Wash.

Martinez’ finish earned him All-KCAC honors. He just the sixth runner in Bethel history to finish in the top 10 at conference and the first BC men’s runner to qualify for nationals.

"Julio did just what he needed to today," Bethel coach Jeff Hoskisson said. "He ran a very good race and stayed where he needed to all race."

Thomas Schott was 73rd (31:11.37), followed by Adam Sigwing in 91st (34:09.95), Heath Goertzen in 92nd (34:26.37) and Chandler White in 100th (37:00.68).

The Bethel women finished ninth. Saint Mary won with 32 points, followed by Southwestern at 50 and Friends at 65. Bethel scored 252 points.

Lorena Monero of Saint Mary won in 19:05.92 (5,000 meters).

For Bethel, freshman Jennifer Meysing finished 34th in 21:48.53, followed by Kiley Varney in 51st in 22:35.83.

Jordan Hill finished 64th in 23:56.47, followed by Eva Dwyer in 74th in 25:31.03, SkyLa O'Neal in 77th in 26:22.19 and Kendra Samuels in 86th in 28:38.92. Hill and O’Neal both finished shy of personal bests. Dwyer finished just short of her season best.

"Our top two ladies did like they have all year," Hoskisson said. "We have been able to count on them all season to be near the front and run strong all race. They did that again today. I couldn't be more happy with the way they performed.

"I am so proud of our ladies. They came out and ran super today. We talked about racing and letting things take care of themselves, and that's just what they did. Last year we were last as a team and this year they moved up to 9th and were not far out of seventh."

BC spikers

end season

SALINA — The Bethel College volleyball team ended the season with a three-set loss to Kansas Wesleyan Saturday in Salina.

Bethel fell 25-11, 25-18, 25-20. The Coyotes sweep the regular-season series 2-0 and finish 25-9 overall, 19-3 in KCAC play.

Kansas Wesleyan ties with Ottawa for the KCAC title. Ottawa swept KWU in the regular season to take the top seed in this week’s KCAC playoffs.

Valerie Most led KWU with 15 kills, followed by Kelsey Plummer with 11. Taylor Dodge set 26 assists, followed by Peyton Desormiers with 19. Paige Johnson had 15 digs, followed by Bailey Gillig with 11. Plummer downed five blocks, followed by Jensyn Pettit with four.

Abby Kurtzer led Bethel with 10 kills, followed by Katie Neira with seven. Neira finishes her career with 1,008 kills. Kelsie Anderson set 23 assists. Taylor Buessing and Rachel Bustillos each had 10 digs.

Bethel ends the season 6-22, 3-19 in KCAC play.

BETHEL (6-22, 3-19) — (kills-aces-blocks) Katie Neira 7-0-0; Sami Strauss 0-0-1; Anna Stucky 0-0-0; Taylor Buessing 0-0-0; Abby Kurtzer 10-0-0; Avery Myatt 4-0-0; Jeni Reichenberger 3-0-0; Rachel Bustillos 1-1-0; Kelsie Anderson 2-0-1; Kaylee VanderVeen 0-0-0. Totals 27-1-1.0.

KANSAS WESLEYAN (24-8, 19-3) — (kills-aces-blocks) Valerie Most 15-0-5; Angeleah Stierlen 5-0-1; Maddy Schmidt 0-0-0; Aspen Lungwitz 0-0-0; Morgan Beougher 0-0-0; Jensyn Pettit 5-0-4; Kendall Carter 0-1-0; Alleigh Weems 1-0-0; Hannah Reynolds 9-0-0; Marissa Rocha 0-0-0; Kelsey Plummer 11-0-5; Kortney Cunningham 4-0-2; Taylor Dodge 0-0-0; Peyton Desormiers 0-0-0; Bailey Gillig 0-2-0; Andrea Alstatt 0-0-0; Paige Johnson 0-0-0. Totals 50-3-9.0.

Assist leaders — BC: Anderson 23. KW: Dodge 26, Desormiers 19. Dig leaders — BC: Buessing 10, Bustillos 10. KW: Johnson 15, Gillig 11.

Bethel;11;18;20;—0

K.Wesl.;25;25;25;—3

Bethel men

fall to Haskell

McPHERSON — The Bethel College men’s basketball team fell to Haskell Indian Nations University 72-64 Saturday in the McPherson Classic.

Bethel led by as many as 10 in the first half. Haskell closed to within a point at halftime, 30-29.

The Threshers made an 8-0 run to open the seond half, but Haskell replied with a 12-0 run to take the lead. Haskell led by as many as 14. Bethel got no closer than four points in the remaining time.

Zach Bruns led Haskell with 24 points, followed by Bryon Elledge with 14 and Tristan Keag-Tigh with 10. Nakia Hendricks had 11 rebounds.

David Harris led Bethel with 14 points, followed by Chase Bannister with 13 and Dakota Foster with 10.

Bethel was outrebounded 37-25. Haskell was 13 of 23 shooting in the second half, while Bethel was 12 of 31. Bethel was outscored 15-5 from the free throw line, 10-3 in the second half.

Haskell improves to 1-4, snapping a nine-game losing streak dating back to last season.

Bethel falls to 0-3. The Threshers play at 7 p.m. today against Hastings College in Hastings, Neb. Bethel fell to Hastings 80-78 Friday at the McPherson Classic.

HASKELL INU (1-4) — Kalin Parsons 1-1 0-0 2, Keith Moore 3-7 0-0 8, Bryon Elledge 4-14 5-6 14, Zach Bruns 9-15 1-2 24, A'Ram Johnson 0-0 1-2 1, Antwon Winn 0-0 0-0 0, Nakia Hendricks 3-4 0-0 7, Macauley Brown 1-3 2-2 4, Shanahan Wilson 0-0 0-0 0, Jimell Tate 1-3 0-0 2, Tristan Keah-Tigh 2-5 6-6 10. TOTALS 24-52 15-18 72.

BETHEL (0-3) — Chase Banister 5-11 0-0 13, Maurice Jordan 2-5 0-0 5, Kolton Stacy 0-0 0-0 0, David Harris 5-8 2-2 14, Joe Rushing 2-6 2-5 7, Poe Bryant 0-4 1-2 1, Trey Sleep 0-0 0-0 0, Sam Morgan 2-7 0-0 5, Layton Leydig 1-2 0-0 2, Elijah Wilson 0-0 0-0 0, Dakota Foster 4-11 0-0 10, Terrell Marshall 3-11 0-0 7. TOTALS 24-65 5-9 64.

Haskell;29;43;—72

Bethel;30;34;—64

Total fouls — HINU 14, BC 20. Technical fouls — none. Fouled out — BC: Bannister. 3-point shooting — HINU 9-24 (Moore 2-5, Elledge 1-6, Bruns 5-7, Hendricks 1-1, Tate 0-2, Keah-Tigh 0-3), BC 11-30 (Banister 3-8, Jordan 1-2, Harris 2-5, Rushing 1-4, Morgan 1-2, Leydig 0-1, Foster 2-5, Marshall 1-3). Rebounds — HINU 37 (Hendricks 11), BC 25 (Harris 5, Foster 5). Assists — HINU 14 (Elledge 5), BC 16 (Harris 4). Turnovers — HINU 16 (Hendricks 4), BC 8 (Rushing 3). Blocked shots — HINU 4 (Hendricks 2), BC 2 (Harris 1, Marshall 1). Steals — HINU 2 (Hendricks 1, Wilson 1), BC 3 (Banister 1, Harris 1, Marshall 1).

HC women

split games

HESSTON — The Hesston College women’s basketball team split a pair of games in a three-day span.

Saturday, Hesston fell to NJCAA Division I Seward County Community College 84-45. Monday, Hesston downed the McPherson junior varsity 84-62.

Against Seward County, the Larks trailed 20-6 after the first quarter and 39-17 at the half. Mollie Mounsey led Seward with 15 points, followed by Vanessa Caro with 12, Vilma Covane with 12 and Lexi Hernadez with 11.

Hesston’s stats were not posted.

Against McPherson, Hesston jumped out 20-8 after the first quarter and 40-21 at the half.

Connor Atkinson led Hesston with 22 points. Essence Tolson had 17 points and 10 rebounds. Hunter Begley and Kara Horton each scored 11 points. Carissa Slabach scored 10.

For McPherson, R.J. Kuhn and Elle Gillen each scored 13 points. Emily Whitley scored 11.

Hesston is 2-1 and plays Butler Community College at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday in El Dorado.

Hesston men

down McPherson

HESSTON — The Hesston College men’s basketball team is 3-0 after a 102-81 win over the McPherson College junior varsity Monday night at Yost Center.

Hesston has been over 100 points in each of its first three games.

The Larks led 54-22 at the half, but were outscored 59-48 in the second half.

Coye Campbell led Hesston with 25 points, followed by Zac Neely with 17, Cal Hartley with 16 and Grant Harding with 16.

Justin Wiltfong led McPherson with 24 points, followed by Chamaje Barideaux with 14 and Jorge Calleros with 13.

Hesston plays 2-0 Butler Community College at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in El Dorado.

Shocker spikers

claim two wins

WICHITA — The Wichita State volleyball team prepared for a five-match road trip with a pair of wins at Koch Arena in American Athletic Conference play.

Friday, the Shockers downed UConn in three sets 25-14, 25-16, 25-11. Newton grad Abbie Lehman led the Shockers with 12 kills. Newton grad Emily Lehman set 30 assists with two blocks and nine digs. Giorgia Civita had 13 digs.

Sunday, Wichita State topped Temple 25-22, 25-16, 25-23.

Lehman put down 15 kills, followed by Mikaela Raudsepp with 10. Lehman downed six blocks. Hiebert set 38 assists with three blocks and 12 digs. Civita also had 12 digs, followed by Gabi Mostrom with 11.

Wichita State is 22-3, 14-0 in AAC play. The Shockers play Eastern Carolina at 3:30 p.m. Friday in Greenville, N.C.

Thunder claims

two wins

WICHITA — After suffering a loss for the first time this season, the Wichita Thunder hockey team bounced back with a pair of wins.

Saturday in Allen, Texas, Wichita downed the Allen Americans 3-1 to avenge a 5-3 loss Friday.

Lane Bauer, Eitenne Boutet and Marc-Olivier Crevier-Morin each had a goal for Wichita. Zach O’Brien had two assists. Greg Chase, Jamie Doornbosch and Kyle Platzer each had an assist.

Zach Pochiro scored for Allen from Peter MacArthur and Spencer Asuchak.

Shane Starrett had 29 saves in goal for Wichita. Stephon Williams had 27 saves for Allen, 5-4-2-0.

Sunday at INTRUST Bank Arena, Wichita stopped the Utah Grizzlies 5-4 in overtime. Chase scored the game winner 2:34 into overtime. Chase finished with two goals.

Travis Brown, Istvan Sofron and Guillaume Lepine each added a goal. Crevier-Morin and Mark MacMillan each had two assists.

Zach Saar and Mitch Jones each had a goal with an assist for Utah. C.J. Eick and Michael Pelech each had a goal.

Starrett had 24 saves in goal for Wichita. Kevin Carr had 34 saves for Utah, 5-5-2-0.

Wichita is 8-1-0-0 and plays at 7:05 p.m. Friday against the Kansas City Mavericks in Independence, Mo.