Wedgewood Senior Men

1. Bob Wilson, Sam Griffith, Wil Besore, Phil Considine, J.D. Pierce -6.

2. Don Koerber, Joe Ryan, Ken Butler, Steve Seirer -4.

3. Ray Ruggles, J.R. Pitts, Milt Fowler, David Cloyd -4.

Closest to pin 3 — Del James. Closest to pin 9 on second shot — Bob Wilson.

Next play — 1 p.m. Thursday.

Two back for

Railer tennis

The Newton High School boys’ tennis team will have just two letterwinners back for the 2018 season.

Scott Sisson begins his 17th season as the Railer head coach, assisted by Grant Scott.

Newton was third in the AV-CTL I last year, third at regionals and ninth at state.

Returning letterwinners are Seth Bontrager and Jason Wong.

“We have no returning state medalists or qualifiers,” Sisson said. “Half of our team are freshmen, so we are young and in a growing year. Our goal for the season is to qualify at least one entry for state competition.”

Sisson looks for Salina Central, Salina South and Maize to be among the top contenders for the league title.


March 27 @ McPherson Inv. 3 p.m.

March 29 @ Emporia Inv. 3 p.m.

April 3 @ Arkansas City Inv. TBA

April 5 Newton Inv. 3 p.m.

April 10 @ Salina Central Classic 3 p.m.

April 12 @ Hutchinson Inv. (Fairgrounds TC) 3 p.m.

April 19 @ Campus Inv. (Wulz Riverside TC, Wichita) 3 p.m.

April 20 @ Winfield Inv. (Vaughn TC) 3 p.m.

April 21 @ Valley Center Inv. 9 a.m.

April 30 AV-CTL I @ Salina Central 9:30 a.m.

May 4 Regionals TBA

May 11-12 State @ Emporia High School

Stahly ends

junior season

RUSTON, La. — Newton High School and Hutchinson Community College grad Taylor Stahly finished her junior season at Louisiana Tech after a 63-59 loss to Missouri State in the first round of the Women’s NIT in Ruston, La.

Stahly scored eight points in the game, including two of 10 from 3-point range.

She finishes the season averaging 10.9 points and 2.2 rebounds a game with 46 assists and 21 steals. Her 85 3-point shots left her second all-time in a single season for the Techsters, just two shy of the school record.

Louisiana Tech finished the season 19-12, 10-6 in Conference USA play.

Thunder falls

to Kalamazoo

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Three power play goals were too much for the Wichita Thunder to overcome in a 5-3 loss to the Kalamazoo Wings Thursday in ECHL play in Kalamazoo.

The K-Wings led 4-1 after two periods and held off a late Wichita comeback.

Josh Pitt and Danny Moynihan each had a goal with two assists for Kalamazoo. Lane Scheidl added a goal with an assist. Kyle Blaney and Jimmy Mullin each added a goal. Kyle Bushee had two assists.

Jeremy Beaudry led Wichita with a goal and an assist. Nick Latta and Dyson Stevenson each added a goal. Mark MacMillan had two assists.

Wichita held a 41-36 advantage in shots on goal. Joel Martin had 38 saves for Kalamazoo. Nick Riopel had 31 saves for Wichita. Riopel also had an assist.

With six games remaining, Wichita is 33-26-5-2, third place in the Mountain Division. Kalamazoo improves to 32-26-4-2, fourth place in the Central Division.

Wichita plays at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Fort Wayne.

WHEELCHAIR GAME SET — The Wichita Thunder will take on the Plunder at 2 p.m. March 31 at Wichita North High School in the Thunder’s annual Wheelchair Game, partnering with Wheelchair Sports Inv. for the 18th time.

"Wheelchair sports inc. is extremely excited to partner again with the Wichita Thunder," commented Nick Taylor, Vice President of WSI and Director of Hockey. "Without this partnership, we would not be able to deliver our mission of providing athletic opportunities for individuals with disabilities. This game both creates awareness and fun for our organization."

Tickets can be purchased at the March 30 Thunder home game or at the door.

Wingnuts sign

P Tillman

WICHITA — The Wichita Wingnuts signed pitcher Daniel Tillman for the 2018 training camp roster.

Tillman is a seven-year pro who spent time in the Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers organizations. He reached as high as Class AA.

He didn’t play last season because of injuries, but went 3-0 with Biloxi of the Class AA Southern League in 2016, where he had a 0.46 earned-run-average with 25 strikeouts and six walks.

For his career, he is 20-19 with 48 saves, a 3.72 ERA, 360 strikeouts and 149 walks.

Wichita has 19 players under contract for the upcoming training camp, which begins May 6.