Record tied

for BC women

YORK, Neb. — Bethel junior Kelsey Potter hit six 3-pointers Saturday in a 73-51 Thresher win over York College in KCAC play in York.

Potter ties the record for 3-point shots in a game, set by Angela Wood several times, Heidi Thieszen in 1989 and Sherry Gomez in 1992.

Bethel sweeps the regular-season series with York.

Bethel led 19-13 after the first quarter, 35-28 at the half and 50-40 after three quarters before pitting the Panthers away with a 23-11 fourth quarter.

Jade Brown led Bethel with 23 points, followed by Porter with 18 and Abby Schmidt with 17.

Schmidt had six rebounds to run her season total to 273, 17 away from tying the single-season school record with two games to play. Riley Schmider, J’Daijon Sumpter and Brown each had seven rebounds to lead the Threshers. Brown added seven assists. Schmidt added a pair of blocked shots and a steal.

Bethel held a 47-30 rebounding edge. As a team, Bethel has 1,136 rebounds, 59 away from the school record.

Bethel has just seven fouls called against it. As a team, Bethel was eight of 16 from 3-point range, while York was five of 36.

York, 4-22 overall and 1-19 in KCAC play, was led by Ciara Williams with 13 points.

Bethel improves to 10-18, 6-14 in KCAC play. Bethel hosts Oklahoma Wesleyan at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The Eagles are tied for second in the conference at 13-7, 19-9 overall. OWU is coming off a 68-65 loss to Tabor. The Eagles beat Bethel 63-57 earlier this year in Bartlesville, Okla.

BETHEL SWEEPS AWARDS — Brown and Schmidt were named the KCAC women’s basketball offensive and defensive players of the week respectively for the week ending Sunday.

Brown, a 5-foot-5 junior guard from Sanford, Fla., finished the week with 37 points, 20 rebounds, seven assists and three steals. Schmidt, a 6-2 freshman post from Newton, scored 26 points with 21 rebounds, eight blocked shots and three steals. It was the first time this season Brown has been honored. Schmidt has been honored for the seventh time this season.

BETHEL (10-18, 6-14 KCAC) — Erica Ebenkamp 0-1 0-0 0, Karlie Schroeder 2-4 0-0 5, Ciara McKinney 0-2 1-2 1, Michelle Schrag 1-1 0-0 2, Riley Schmieder 2-3 2-3 6, J'Daijon Sumpter 0-4 0-0 0, Jade Brown 8-13 6-8 23, Kelsey Potter 6-11 0-0 18, Abby Schmidt 5-9 7-8 17, Kylee Schunn 0-1 0-0 0, Kadi Relph 0-0 0-0 0, Caitlin Williams 0-0 1-2 1. TOTALS 24-49 17-23 73.

YORK (4-22, 1-19 KCAC) — Ciara Williams 6-12 0-0 13, Kellie Fredendall 4-8 0-1 9, Cameron Parr 0-1 0-0 0, Sofia McGee 0-4 0-0 0, Justine Manjarrez 1-8 0-0 2, Ashley Rendon 1-10 1-3 3, Nakia Hackel 0-2 0-0 0, Kelsey Sharkey 3-10 1-2 8, Kendall Fike 1-6 0-0 2, Sarah Shafer 3-5 0-0 6, Kat Mosely 3-7 0-0 8, Haley Scoffield 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS 22-73 2-6 51.



Total fouls — BC 7, YC 19. Technical fouls — none. Fouled out — none. 3-point shooting — BC 8-16 (Schroeder 1-3, Brown 1-2, Potter 6-11), YC 5-36 (Williams 1-5, Fredendall 1-1, Parr 0-1, McGee 0-3, Manjarrez 0-6, Rendon 0-3, Hackel 0-2, Sharkey 1-5, Fike 0-4, Shafer 0-1, Mosely 2-5). Rebounds — BC 47 (Schmieder 7, Sumpter 7, Brown 7), YC 30 (Shafer 7). Assists — BC 15 (Brown 7), YC 12 (Rendon 5). Turnovers — BC 24 (Brown 4), YC 12 (Fredendall 3, Fike 3). Blocked shots — BC 2 (Schmidt 2), YC 3 (Williams 1, Mosely 1, Scoffield 1). Steals — BC 8 (Schmidt 3), YC 11 (Rendon 6).

Bethel men

fall at York

YORK, Neb. — The Bethel College men’s basketball team fell to York College 100-95 Saturday in KCAC play in York.

The loss was Bethel’s third straight. All three losses were by six points or less.

Bethel trailed by 11 at the half, 53-42. Bethel drew within two on a Chase Banister 3-pointer with 14:15 remaining. A Maurice Jordan trey got the Threshers within one with 11:23 to play. Trey Sleep put Bethel in the lead by one with 10:25 to play.

Bethel then fell behind by as many as eight. A Terrell Marshall basket off a turnover put Bethel back within one with 37 seconds to play, but Chris York hit four free throws in the remaining time to keep the Threshers at bay.

York, 15-12 overall and 12-8 in the KCAC, was led by Patrick Burnett with 21 points off the bench. Michael Johnson scored 20 points. Trevor Lenear scored 13 points and Nevell Lenard scored 12.

Dakota Foster led Bethel with 30 points. Banister scored 16, followed by Sleep with 14 and Jordan with 13.

Bethel drops to 7-20, 5-15 in KCAC play. Bethel hosts Oklahoma Wesleyan at 8 p.m. Wednesday. The Eagles are tied for second in the conference at 13-7, 20-8 overall and are two games behind Southwestern with two games remaining. The Eagles are coming off an 82-79 loss at Tabor and beat Bethel 92-65 earlier this season.

BETHEL (7-20, 5-15 KCAC) — Poe Bryant 1-5 0-0 2, Dakota Foster 11-18 6-7 30, Trey Sleep 7-9 0-0 14, Joe Rushing 2-7 4-4 8, Maurice Jordan 4-11 2-2 13, Chase Banister 4-12 5-6 16, Sam Morgan 2-3 1-2 6, Terrell Marshall 3-10 0-0 6. TOTALS 34-75 18-21 95.

YORK (15-12, 12-8 KCAC) — Trevor Lenear 3-7 6-6 13, Tyler Roberts 1-5 0-0 2, Roc Johnson 2-4 0-0 5, Eric Lenear 1-5 3-4 5, Michael Johnson 7-15 3-4 20, Patrick Burnett 9-11 1-2 21, Chris Smith 2-9 4-5 9, Eric Smith 1-3 0-0 3, Nevell Lenard 4-9 3-4 12, Shaphan Gross 1-3 1-4 3, Aaron Munday-Rashid 2-4 2-3 7. TOTALS 33-75 23-32 100.



Total fouls — BC 23, YC 19. Technical fouls — none. Fouled out — BC: Rushing. 3-point shooting — BC 9-28 (Bryant 0-1, Foster 2-6, Rushing 0-2, Jordan 3-6, Banister 3-8, Morgan 1-1, Marshall 0-4), YC 11-36 (Lenear 1-5, Roberts 0-2, Johnson 1-3, Johnson 3-10, Burnett 2-3, Smith 1-3, Smith 1-3, Lenard 1-3, Gross 0-1, Munday-Rashid 1-3). Rebounds — BC 45 (Sleep 8), YC 45 (Burnett 9). Assists — BC 20 (Marshall 7), YC 20 (Lenear 7). Turnovers — BC 12 (Banister 3), YC 9 (Burnett 3). Blocked shots — BC 4 (Marshall 2), YC 2 (Johnson 1, Lenard 1). Steals — BC 2 (Rushing 2), YC 9 (Roberts 2, Lenear 2, Burnett 2).

Another record

falls for BC

SEWARD, Neb. — For the fifth straight week, a Bethel athlete broke a school record in indoor track.

Saturday at the Concordia (Neb.) Invitational in Seward, senior Julio Martinez took third in the 600-meter run in 1:22.85, breaking a record set by Jamison Unruh by almost seven seconds. Martinez also finished .25 seconds shy of the NAIA automatic national qualifying mark.

"We were trying to get a shorter race in this week to work on his speed," Bethel coach Jeff Hoskisson said. "He ran a pretty evenly split race and just missed hitting the qualifying mark."

Freshman Jen Andres ran a 60-meter dash time of 7.92 seconds and finished the 400-meter dash in 1:01.63. Andres finished third in the 200-meter dash in 25.91, missing the NAIA automatic qualifying mark by .01 seconds.

"We were hoping for a school record in the 400, but she fell just a little short," Hoskisson said. "We decided that to be able to run a really fast 200 it was better for her to skip the 60 final because it was right after the 400 and the added rest would help in the 200, which it did."

Lori White finished the 400 in 1:03.21 and the 200 in 27.96.

For the BC men, Bruce Rosario finished the 60 in 7.36 and the 200 in 23.73. Amondr’e Street finished 7.35 in the 60 and 24.14 in the 200.

Andres and Martinez will compete at a last chance meet this weekend at Kansas State.

BC softball

opens season

FORT WORTH — The Bethel College softball team opened the David Middleton era with a 1-3 start at the NAIA Cowtown Classic Friday and Saturday at Gateway Park in Fort Worth.

Bethel lost to Texas Wesleyan 9-0 in five innings on the eight-run rule, lost to 24th-ranked (NAIA) Houston-Victoria 4-0, beat William Woods 14-9 and lost to 15th-ranked Morningside 8-3.

A game scheduled against Southwestern Assemblies of God was canceled because of sleet.

Against Texas Wesleyan, pitcher Lauren Wernet led the 5-3 Rams with a complete-game two-hitter, allowing two walks and 10 strikeouts. Bailey Terry went three for three hitting with a home run and three TBIs. Taylor Sutton and Tobi Bonifacio each went two for three with an RBI. Wernet went two for four with an RBI.

Raegan Beckley went 3.1 innings for Bethel, allowing four earned runs on nine hits with two walks and three strikeouts. Rylie Scudder finished the game, striking out one.

Against Houston-Victoria, Bethel gave up a run in each of the first three innings and another run in the fifth.

Bethel was held to three hits, while the Jaguars had five.

Kelsey Tidrick went five innings for UH-V for the win, allowing two hits, four walks and two strikeouts. P Branham pitched the last two innings, allowing a hit and striking out five of the other six batters she faced.

Madison McDowell took the loss for Bethel, allowing four hits, two earned runs, a walk and two strikeouts. Scudder finished the game.

No player had more than one hit in the game.

Bethel finally got the offense untracked against William Woods, posting 14 runs on 10 hits.

Bethel led 6-5 after three innings and added five runs in the fourth and three in the seventh. William Woods scored four runs in the bottom of the fourth.

Katie Schrag went two for two hitting for Bethel with two RBIs. McDowell, Jordan Hill, Alyssa Sullivan, Leisle Hoffman, Emalee Overbay, Krystin McKelpin and Jadin Kaltenbach each drove in a run.

Bethel’s offense was aided by six William Woods errors.

Emily Robinett went four for four hitting for William Woods, 1-2, driving in twi runs. Jessica Bradfish went two for three with two RBIs. Bri Devellano and Devyn Burton each drove in two runs.

Abbie Hutton three an inning of relief for the win. Beckley started the game and Rylie Scudder finished, striking out three in 3.2 innings.

Madison Ausfahl took the loss for William Woods. Allison Waskow finished the game, striking out three.

Against Morningside, Bethel gave up four runs in the first inning, a run in the third and two in the fifth. Bethel scored all three runs in the top of the fifth.

Morningside pitcher Hallie Misiaszeik went the distance for the win, allowing one earned run on three hits with three walks and eight strikeouts.

Beckley took the loss for Bethel. Scudder finished, striking out two.

Tracey Edwards went four for four hitting for Morningside, driving in two runs. Mackenzie Lose went two for four with a home run and two RBIs. Abby Conner also drove in two runs.

McDowell drove in a run for Bethel.

Bethel’s home opener is 1:30 p.m. Sunday against Hastings at Allen Wedel Field.

vs. Texas Wesleyan



Wernet (W, 2-1) and Sutton; Beckley (L, 0-1), Scudder 4 and Schrag. HR — Terry (2).

vs. Houston-Victoria



McDowell (L, 0-1), Scudder 5 and Schrag; Tidrick (W, 1-0), Branham 6 and Longoria.

vs. William Woods



Beckley, Hutton (W, 1-0) 3, Scudder 4 and Schrag; Ausfahl (L, 0-1), Waskow 3 and Devellano.

vs. Morningside



Beckley (L, 0-2), Scudder 3 and Schrag; Misiaszeik (W, 1-1) and Whited. HR — Lose (1).

HC men fall

to Fort Scott

FORT SCOTT — The Hesston College men’s basketball team fell to Fort Scott Community College 100-69 Saturday in Fort Scott.

Hesston trailed 41-37 at the half.

Tyler Zinn scored 30 points for Fort Scott. John Montgomery added 25 points. Dontrell Sanders scored 18 and Andre Nelson scored 11.

Cal Hartley led Hesston with 13 points. Coye Campbell and Grant Harding each added 11.

Hesston is 14-10, 1-5 in NJCAA Division II, Region VI play, and hosts Kansas City (Kan.) Community College at 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Hesston women

bit by Greyhounds

FORT SCOTT — The Hesston College women’s basketball team fell to Fort Scott Community College 73-46 Saturday in Fort Scott.

Hesston trailed 45-23 at the half.

Ally McKenzie scored 18 points with 10 rebounds for the Greyhounds. Kamaya Miller scored 15 points, followed by Jade Winter with 12 and Shalina Harper with 11.

Whitney Green led Hesston with 12 points.

Hesston is 11-14, 1-6 in NJCAA Division II, Region VI play, and hosts Kansas City (Kan.) Community College at 6 p.m. Wednesday.

HC baseball

team falls

HESSTON — The Hesston College baseball team fell to Northeast (Colo.) Community College 10-1 Friday at Owald Field in Hesston.

The Larks gave up three runs in the second inning, four in the sixth and three more in the seventh. Hesston scored in the bottom of the sixth.

Allen Fetters threw six innings for Northeast for the win, allowing a run on four hits with a walk and three strikeouts. Dylan Nicholson finished the game, allowing a walk and a hit.

Christian Dumont went three for four for Northeast with two RBIs. Drew Smith went two for three with three RBIs. Caleb Hartman drove in two runs. Bryce Walker went three for four with an RBI.

Joel Ogletree went two for three hitting for Hesston. Logan Dryden went two for two. Jonathan Law drove in a run.

Harry Park went 5.2 innings for Hesston in the loss, striking out six. Three other pitchers finished the game.

Hesston plays at 1 p.m. today at Pratt Community College.



Fetters (W, 1-0), Nicholson 7 and Walker; Park (L, 1-1), Sekiya 6, Rhineberger 7, Huckaby 7 and Deckinger.

Larks softball

sweeps NAC

HARRISON, Ark. — The Hesston College softball team swept North Arkansas College in a pair of games Saturday in Harrison.

Hesston won 15-3 and 13-2. The second game was called after five innings on the eight-run rule.

Friday’s games at Cottey College were canceled because of the weather.

In the first game, Hesston led 7-0 after three innings. NAC scored in the bottom of the fifth, but Hesston put things away with eight runs in the top of the seventh.

Jenna Schneider went two for three hitting for Hesston with a triple and three RBIs. Sierrah Long went four for four with an RBI. Lexi Avalos went three for five with an RBI. Taylor Martin went two for five with an RBI. Sam Amarante went two for four with an RBI. Josie Noll drove in two runs.

Ashley Yasin went the distance pitching for the Larks, allowing two earned runs on two hits with nine strikeouts. Chanel Dooley took the loss for NAC, striking out four.

In the second game, Hesston led 6-1 after three innings and scored seven runs in the top of the fourth.

Kaylen Lassley went the distance for Hesston, allowing one earned run on six hits. Marlee Scroggins took the loss for NAC. Noll went three for three hitting for Hesston with four RBIs. Adrianna Ruiz went three for three hitting with two RBIs. Long also drove in two runs. Avalos went three for three with a triple and an RBI.

First game



Yasin (W, 1-0) and Amarante; Dooley (L, 1-1) and Jackson.

Second game



Lassley (W, 1-0) and Rufenacht; Scroggins (L, 1-1) and Jackson.