Bethel players

take honors

WICHITA — A pair of Bethel College football players claimed Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors for the final week of the regular season.

Senior safety Logan Matthewson was named the KCAC defensive player of the week, while senior kicker-punter Brett Mathis was named KCAC special teams player of the week.

Matthewson, from Killeen, Texas, finished Saturday’s 13-0 win over Friends with seven solo and seven assisted tackles. He added an interception, a pass break-up, a fumble recovery and two forced fumbles.

Mathis, from Long Beach, Calif., had eight punts for 241 yards and a long of 39 yards. He hit field goals of 20 and 37 yards. He also had an extra-point kick.

He had four kickoffs for 240 yards with two touchbacks.

Bethel has had three players claim KCAC weekly honors. Mathis and Matthewson join Reggie Young, who was defensive player of the week in week three.

Hole-in-one

at Fox Ridge

Rod Mather shot a hole-in-one Thursday at the Fox Ridge Golf Course in Newton.

Mather used a pitching wedge to ace the 85-yard seventh hole.

Witnesses include Wayne Hoffman, Ken Lieske and Bob Gaede.

The road to

Fisher Field

KSHSAA Eight-Man

Playoffs

Division I

First round

West Elk 46, Udall 0

Burlingame 34, Victoria 24

St. Paul 56, Central of Burden 6

Osborne 64, Clifton-Clyde 14

Central Plains 58, Macksville 12

Spearville 42, St. Francis 20

South Central 27, Little River 20

Hoxie 50, Ness City 0

Quarterfinals

Burlingame 63, West Elk 42

St. Paul 35, Osborne 24

Spearville 32, Central Plains 28

Hoxie 30, South Central 25

Semifinals

Friday

6 p.m.

Burlingame (11-0) at St. Paul (10-1)

Hoxie (10-1) at Spearville (11-0)

Finals

11 a.m. Nov. 25 at Fischer Field

Division II

First round

Caldwell 42, Waverly 34

Hanover 62, Rock Hills 32

Hutchinson Central Christian 66, Pleasanton 34

Pike Valley 62, Axtell 16

Hodgeman County 59, Northern Valley 14

South Barber 68, Rolla 8

Otis-Bison 60, Sylvan-Lucas Unified 26

Ingalls 50, Pretty Prairie 32

Quarterfinals

Hanover 58, Caldwell 12

Pike Valley 52, Hutchinson Central Christian 0

Hodgeman County 52, South Barber 6

Otis-Bison 60, Ingalls 14

Semifinals

Friday

7 p.m.

Pike Valley (11-0) at Hanover (11-0)

Otis-Bison (10-1) at Hodgeman County (9-2)

Finals

3:30 p.m. Nov. 25 at Fischer Field

All-HOAL

football

Below is the 2017 All-Heart of America League football team as selected by the league coaches:

First team

Corbin Wheeler, sr., DB, Marion

Damian Calderon, sr., DB, Moundridge

Neal Bever, sr., DB, Sedgwick

Avery Bradley, sr., DL-E, Ell-Saline

Brandon Headlough, sr., DL-E, Ell-Saline

Jarret McLinden, sr., DL-E, Marion

Noah Eichelberger, sr., DL-E, Moundridge

Grant Janzen, sr., DL-E, Remington

Johnny Longbine, sr., DL-E, Sedgwick

Connor Wolfe, sr., DL-E, Hutchinson Trinity

Brayden Francis, sr., K, Sedgwick

Brady Myers, so., LB, Sterling

Nick Davenport, jr., LB, Ell-Saline

Aaron Guerrero, jr., LB, Hutchinson Trinity

Tyler Palic, sr., LB, Marion

Avery Bradley, sr., OL, Ell-Saline

Antone Vinduska, sr., OL, Marion

Bryant Olsen, sr., OL, Moundridge

Grant Janzen, sr., OL, Remington

Eli Miller, sr., OL, Sterling

Connor Wolfe, sr., OL, Hutchinson Trinity

Garrett Hoffner, sr., P, Marion

Yuri Gonzales, sr., P, Remington

Nick Davenport, jr., QB, Ell-Saline

Kaleb Hammeke, jr., Ret., Hutchinson Trinity

Jack Schneider, sr., RB, Marion

Corbin Wheeler, sr., RB, Marion

Hans Anderson, sr., RB, Sterling

Spencer Came, sr., TE, Ell-Saline

Noah Eichelberger, sr., WR, Moundridge

Brayden Francis, sr., WR, Sedgwick

Second team

Kaleb Hammeke, jr., DB, Hutchinson Trinity

Bryce Lange, sr., DB, Ell-Saline

Lucas Briar, sr., DB, Sterling

Eli Miller, sr., DB, Sterling

Mason Thiessen, jr., DL-E, Inman

Jack Neal, jr., DL-E, Hutchinson Trinity

Antone Vinduska, sr., DL-E, Marion

Eric Rincon, so., K, Ell-Saline

Mason Farrell, sr., LB, Ell-Saline

Chase Bowen, sr., LB, Remington

Riley Bugunavich, sr., LB, Sedgwick

Trent Jones, sr., LB, Sterling

Brandon Headlough, sr., OL, Ell-Saline

Jarret McLinden, sr., OL, Marion

Tyler Palic, sr., OL, Marion

Walker Burkholder, sr., OL, Sedgwick

Trent Jones, sr., OL, Sterling

Brady Myers, so., QB, Sterling

Kale Schroeder, so., Ret., Sedgwick

Andrew Bergmeier, fr., RB, Hutchinson Trinity

Sawyer Kramer, so., RB, Ell-Saline

Colton Smith, jr., RB, Sedgwick

Jerod Kaufman, sr., RB, Moundridge

Garrett Hoffner, sr., TE, Marion

Zaide Korb, sr., WR, Ell-Saline

Lucas Briar, sr., WR, Sterling

Honorable mention

Treyton Peterson, fr., DB, Ell-Saline

Zachary Stuchlik, sr., DB, Marion

Blake Richter, sr., DB, Sterling

Joel Hamby, sr., DB, Hutchinson Trinity

Bryant Olsen, sr., DL-E, Moundridge

Kyle Lockley, sr., DL-E, Sedgwick

Logan Weigel, so., K, Sterling

Austin Neufeld, sr., K, Marion

Jack Doerksen, jr., LB, Inman

Elijah Shrewsbury, jr., LB, Sedgwick

Alex Hammersmith, jr., LB, Hutchinson Trinity

Jerod Kaufman, sr., LB, Moundridge

Harrison Meyer, jr., OL, Remington

Alex Hammersmith, jr., OL, Hutchinson Trinity

Mason Farrell, sr., OL, Ell-Saline

Luke Ratzloff, sr., OL, Moundridge

Gavino Lopez, sr., OL, Remington

Kale Schroeder, so., WR, Sedgwick

Jack Doerksen, jr., WR, Inman

Nolan Clarke, jr., WR, Hutchinson Trinity

Kaleb Hammeke, jr., QB, Hutchinson Trinity

St. Mary

drops two

The St. Mary Catholic School of Newton’s seventh-grade boys’ basketball team dropped a pair of games in recent play.

St. Mary fell to Blessed Sacrament 44-20 and St. Joseph 28-27.

vs. Blessed Sacrament

ST. MARY — A.Eustace 11, R.Ruggiero 7, C.Killman 2.

St. Mary;6;14;—20

Blsd.Sac.;23;21;—44

vs. St. Joseph

ST. MARY — A.Eustace 16, R.Ruggiero 7, C.Killman 2, G.Mathews 2.

St. Mary;10;17;—27

St. Joseph;16;12;—28

HC women

down SCC

HESSTON — The Hesston College women’s basketball team used a 32-17 fourth quarter to get by Southeast (Neb.) Community College 83-58 Saturday at Yost Center.

Hesston led 33-31 at the half and expanded its lead to 51-41 after three quarters, putting the game away in the fourth.

Essence Tolson led Hesston with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Carissa Slabach added 11 points.

Sebit Gatluak led 0-3 Southeast with 18 points. Erika Goracke added 15 points.

Southeast was 20 of 73 from the field, eight of 35 from 3-point range, while Hesston was 35 of 68, six of 17 from beyond the arc. Hesston was seven of nine from the line, while Southeast was 10 of 23.

Hesston is 3-2 and hosts Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Yost Center.

SOUTHEAST (Neb.) CC (0-3) — Gatluak 6-16 3-4 18, Zvolanek 0-3 1-2 1, Goracke 5-16 0-0 15, Hawkins 2-10 2-4 6, Walker 1-7 1-2 3, Frauendorfer 1-3 1-2 3, Hajek 0-1 0-0 0, Rafajlovska 0-0 0-0 0, Ohlde 0-4 1-4 1, Meybrunn 0-2 0-0 0, Harrison 3-8 1-2 7, Leeper 2-3 0-3 4, TOTALS 20-73 10-23 58.

HESSTON (3-2) — Begley 3-7 0-0 8, Slabach 5-12 0-0 11, Tolson 6-7 3-4 15, Atkinson 2-6 0-0 6, Horton 2-2 1-1 5, Hulett 4-7 0-0 8, Green 4-8 1-2 9, Nichols 0-3 0-0 0, Sterner 4-7 0-0 8, Bray 2-3 2-2 7, Headrick 2-4 0-0 4, Villegas 1-2 0-0 2, TOTALS 35-68 7-9 83.

S-east;15;16;10;17;—58

Hesston;21;12;18;32;—83

Total fouls — SCC 15, HC 18. Technical fouls — none. Fouled out — none. 3-point shooting — SCC 8-35 (Gatuak 3-11, Zvolanek 0-2, Goracke 5-14, Hawkins 0-1, Walker 0-4, Frauendorfer 0-1, Ohlde 0-1, Meybrunn 0-1), HC 6-17 (Begley 2-5, Slabach 1-3, Atkinson 2-5, Sterner 0-1, Bray 1-2, Headrick 0-1). Rebounds — SCC 38 (Gatluak 8), HC 41 (Tolson 10). Assists — SCC 8 (Gatluak 2, Walker 2, Hajek 2), HC 21 (Begley 6). Turnovers — SCC 18 (Walker 4), HC 22 (Tolson 6). Blocked shots — SCC 2 (Gatluak 1, Hawkins 1), HC 2 (Tolson 1, Horton 1). Steals — SCC 6 (Gatluak 4), HC 6 (Tolson 2, Headrick 2).

Hesston men

turn back Storm

HESSTON — The Hesston College men’s basketball team withstood the Southeast (Neb.) Community College Storm 98-96 Saturday at Yost Center.

Coye Campbell scored 44 points with 10 rebounds for the Larks, hitting a jumper with under 10 seconds to play to put Hesston ahead. Southeast missed a shot at the buzzer.

The Larks jumped out to a 53-39 lead at the half, ending the half on a 14-3 run.

Up by 14 with 13:40 in regulation, Hesston gave up an 11-2 run. Hesston got back up by 15, with 4:58 to play, but Southeast tied the game 91-91 with 3:02 to play. The Storm took a two-point lead with under two minutes to play.

Zac Neely scored 17 points. Grant Harding scored 13 points with 15 rebounds. Cal Hartley added 10 points.

For 1-3 Southeast, Kalem Hardaway scored 24 points. Jalen Wilkins-McCoy and Daniel Quesenberry each scored 16 points. Marcus Taylor-Knighten and Darian McDonald each scored 11 points. Qua Epps scored 10. Quesenberry had 10 rebounds.

Hesston is 4-1 and hosts Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Yost Center.

SOUTHEAST (Neb.) CC (1-3) — Epps 5-10 0-2 10, Wilkins-McCoy 7-15 1-2 16, Hardaway 8-18 6-11 24, Quesenberry 6-11 2-2 16, Taylor-Knighten 5-10 1-1 11, Dzimati 0-0 0-0 0, Jones 0-1 2-3 2, McDonals 2-5 5-5 11, Nisbet 2-5 2-4 6, TOTALS 35-75 19-31 96.

HESSTON (4-1) — Ladwig 1-5 1-2 4, Campbell 16-30 10-12 44, Johnson 1-7 0-0 3, Harding 6-15 1-2 13, Neely 5-11 5-6 17, Murad 0-1 0-0 0, Hartley 4-9 0-0 10, Korf 0-0 0-0 0, Cordes 2-5 1-2 7, TOTALS 35-83 18-24 98.

S-east;39;57;—96

Hesston;53;45;—98

Total fouls — SCC 22, HC 27. Technical fouls — none. Fouled out — SCC: Wilkins-McCoy. HC: Ladwig, Johnson. 3-point shooting — SCC 7-19 (Epps 0-2, Wilkins-McCoy 1-2, Hardaway 2-7, Quesenberry 2-4, McDonald 2-4), HC 10-29 (Ladwig 1-3, Campbell 2-4, Johnson 1-3, Harding 0-4, Neely 2-4, Hartley 2-6, Cordes 2-5). Rebounds — SCC 32 (Quesenberry 10), HC 41 (Harding 15). Assists — SCC 11 (Hardaway 4), HC 9 (Campbell 3). Turnovers — SCC 11 (Hardaway 5), HC 13 (Campbell 4). Blocked shots — SCC 9 (Wilkins-McCoy 2, Taylor-Knighten 2, Nisbet 2), HC 1 (Ladwig 1). Steals — SCC 8 (Wilkins-McCoy 2, Hardaway 2), HC 4 (Ladwig 1, Campbell 1, Johnson 1, Hartley 1).