SOFTBALL

Heart of America

Remington 10, Marion 7

Marion 18, Remington 8

MARION — The Remington Broncos and Marion Warriors split a pair of key games in Heart of America League play at the Marion Sports Complex.

Remington won the first game 10-7, but Marion won the nightcap 18-8 in six innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Remington scored four runs in the top of the second inning. Leading 7-5, the Broncos added three more runs in the sixth inning. Marion came back with two runs in the bottom of the seventh.

Adeline Reese went three for four hitting for Remington with three RBIs. Morgan Thunberg went three for three with two RBIs. Madison Hamilton went two for three with an RBI. Lizzy Sweatland drove in two runs.

Kourtney Hansen led Marion, going three for three at the plate with three RBIs. Chisholm Waner went two for four with two RBIs. Laura Savage went two for three with an RBI. Corrina Crabb went two for four with an RBI.

Thunberg went the distance for Remington, allowing seven runs on 13 hits with four walks and five strikeouts. Grace Overton took the loss for Marion.

In the second game, Remington led 8-5, but gave up eight runs in the fifth and five runs in the sixth.

Tori Shults went three for five with four RBIs. Waner had a home run and three RBIs. Savage went two for four with three RBIs. Macy Sigel drove in two runs. Hansen went four for five with an RBI.

Caitlin Crisp went two for three for Remington, driving in two runs. Olivia Eck also drove in two runs. Reese went three for four with an RBI. Cassi Wedel went two for four with an RBI. Bethany Regehr went three for three.

Waner pitched the win for Marion, allowing seven earned runs on 13 hits with five strikeouts.

Thunberg took the loss for Remington. Hamilton finished out the game.

Marion is 10-4, 10-2 in HOAL play. Remington is 9-3 overall and in league play. Remington plays Tuesday at Inman.

First game

Remington;041;113;0;—10;13;2

Marion;002;300;2;—7;13;3

Thunberg (W) and Crisp; Overton (L) and Sigel.

Second game

Remington;100;610;0;—8;13;3

Marion;320;084;x;—18;15;2

Thunberg (L), Hamilton 5 and Crisp; Waner (W) and Sigel. HR — Waner.

Sedgwick 16, Can-Gal. 6

Sedgwick 15, Can-Gal. 7

GALVA — The Sedgwick Cardinal softball team claimed a pair of wins over Canton-Galva Friday in Galva.

Sedgwick won the first game 16-6 in six innings on the 10-run rule. Sedgwick won the second game 15-7.

In the first game, Sedgwick jumped out to a 7-1 lead through the first two innings and held off the Eagles the rest of the way.

Kylie Charles went three for four hitting for Sedgwick, driving in three runs. Avery Blank went two for two with a home run and three RBIs. Valerie Hicks drove in two runs. Brianne Catlin went two for two with an RBI. Gracie Mabry and Macie McGinn each went two for four with an RBI. Paige Brown also went two for four hitting.

Alexa Burch went two for three hitting for Sedgwick with an RBI.

Avery Blank pitched a complete-game win for Sedgwick, striking out nine. Ashton Brewer took the loss, striking out four.

In the second game, Sedgwick jumped out 9-6 in the first inning and added five runs in the next two.

Macie McGinn went two for four with four RBIs. Ashton McGinn drove in two runs. Mabry was two for three hitting. Taylinn Lacey went two for four with an RBI.

For Canton-Galva, Taryn Nordstrom went three for four with an RBI. Emily Peterson was two for three with an RBI.

Blank pitched 6.2 innings in relief of Ashtyn McGinn for the win, striking out 11. Canton-Galva starter Carissa Klatt managed just one one, allowing eight runs on three hits with five walks. Brewer finished the game.

Sedgwick, 6-6, plays at 3 p.m. Monday at Inman.

First game

Sedgwick;520;315;—16;16;5

Can-Gal.;011;130;—6;8;4

Blank (W) and n/a; Brewer (L) and n/a. HR — S: Blank.

Second game

Sedgwick;923;010;0:—15;11;4

Can-Gal.;601;000;0;—7;6;1

A.McGinn, Blank 1 and Charles; Klatt, Brewer 1 and Nordstrom.

Moundridge 14, Inman 0

Moundridge 23, Inman 9

INMAN — The Moundridge Wildcat softball team claimed a pair of wins, including a Zizi Sebrant no-hitter to sweep Inman Friday in HOAL play in Inman.

Moundridge won the first game 14-0 and the second game 23-9. Both games were called after five innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Zizi Sebrant struck out seven and walked four for the win.

Moundridge scored in every inning, breaking it open with six runs in the third inning.

Makenzie Elmore drive in three runs. Zizi Sebrant went four for four hitting with two RBIs. Katie Castor went two for three with two RBIs. Bethany Stucky went three for four with an RBI. Erin Durst went two for three with an RBI.

Kennedy Shober took the loss for Inman.

In the second game, Moundridge scored in every inning, using a seven-run third to break the game open. Inman scored in every inning but the second.

Katie Castor hit two home runs for the Wildcats, driving in five runs. Taylon Potts went three for five with three RBIs. Zizi Sebrant went four for five with two RBIs. Makenzie Elmore and Erin Durst each went two for five with two RBIs.

For Inman, B Ediger and M DeWitt each went two for three with an RBI. K Sneath drove in two runs.

Elmore went the distance for Moundridge, allowing seven earned runs on eight hits with two walks and seven strikeouts. H Lucas took the loss for Inman, allowing five earned runs and hit with 18 unearned runs on 16 hits with seven walks and two strikeouts.

Moundridge is 10-6 and plays Tuesday at Little River.

First game

Moundridge;136;31;—14;12;0

Inman;000;00;—0;0;0

Z.Sebrant (W) and K.Sebrant; Shober (L) and Harman.

Second game

Moundridge;427;55;—23;16;2

Inman;202;41;—9;8;8

Elmore (W) and Er.Durst; Lucas (L) and Harman. HR — M: Castor 2.

Central Kansas League

Larned 11, Hesston 3

Larned 14, Hesston 0

LARNED — The Hesston Swather struggled in a pair of losses to Larned Friday in Central Kansas League play.

Hesston fell 11-3 and 14-0. The second game was called after five innings on the 10-run rule.

Larned jumped out 6-1 after two innings in the first game.

Mattie Glover went three for three hitting with a home run and four RBIs. Lynzi Myrick hit a home run and finished with two RBIs. Alea Makings went three for four with an RBI and four runs scored. Baylea Perez went two for three.

Emily Schmidt went four for four hitting for Hesston with an RBI. Rylie Schilling went two for four with an RBI. Kaela Wade went two for three.

Glover pitched a complete game for Larned, allowing two earned runs on 10 hits with two walks and seven strikeouts. Wade took the loss for Hesston. Lindsey Jones also pitched. Wade and Jones each struck out two.

In the second game, Larned scored in every inning, including eight in the fourth. Glover pitched for the win again, allowing four hits, two walks and six strikeouts.

Hesston used three pitchers with Wade taking the loss.

Wade had two of Hesston’s four hits.

Myrick and Glover both went two for three hitting with two RBIs. Julie Tapia went two for two with an RBI. Abby Towery went three for three with an RBI.

Larned improves to 10-6.

Hesston is 4-10 and hosts Hoisington Tuesday.

First game

Hesston;100;110;0;—3;10;3

Larned;330;302;x;—11;12;2

Wade (L), Jones 4 and Schmidt; Glover (W) and Martin. HR — L: Myrick, Glover.

Second game

Hesston;000;00;—0;4;6

Larned;231;8x;—14;12;0

Wade (L), Jones 3, Schmidt 4 and Schmidt, Wade 2; Glover (W) and Martin.

BASEBALL

Heart of America

Moundridge 12, Inman 2

Moundridge 25, Inman 4

INMAN — The Moundridge Wildcat baseball team snapped a four-game losing streak with a sweep over the rival Inman Teutons Friday in Heart of America League play.

Moundridge won the first game 12-2 and the second game 25-4. Both games were halted after five innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Moundridge scored in every inning but the fourth. Inman scored both runs in the fourth innning.

Peyton Fast led the Wildcats at the plate, going two for four with four RBIs. Chris Leddy went two for four with two RBIs. Luke Ratzlaff also drove in two runs. Hunter Emerson went two for two hitting with three runs scored. Josh Knight also went two for two.

Collin Kohl needed just 63 pitches to go the distance, allowing no earned runs on three hits with a walk and nine strikeouts.

Connor Sivilis went three innings in the loss, striking out four. Jaydem Leonhardt struck out two in two innings.

In the second game, Moundridge scored in every inning, including 10 runs in the top of the fifth. Inman scored a pair of runs in each of the first two innings. Moundridge outhit Inman 22-4.

Kohl went three for three hitting with six RBIs. Bryant Olson went three for four with a home run and four RBIs. Wyatt Falco went three for four with four RBIs. Noah Eichelberger went four for five with two RBIs. Hunter Emerson went three for four with two RBIs. Ratzlaff also drove in two runs.

Kolton Lane drove in three runs for Inman.

Wyatt Falco threw four innings of relief for the win, allowing no runs, no hits, three walks and six strikeouts. Leddy started.

Inman used four pitchers with Derick Johnson taking the loss.

Moundridge is 7-9 and plays at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Little River.

First game

Moundridge;233;04;—12;12;1

Inman;000;20;—2;3;5

Kohl (W) and n/a; Sivilis (L), Leonhardt 4 and n/a.

Second game

Moundridge;241;8(10);—25;22;1

Inman;220;0( 0);—4;4;3

Leddy, Falco (W) 2 and n/a; Johnson (L), Snyder 3, Raney 4, Munoz 5 and n/a. HR — M: Olson.

Sedgwick 29, Can-Gal, 0

Sedgwick 16, Can-Gal. 1

GALVA — The Sedgwick Cardinal baseball team racked up 45 runs in two games, stopping Canton-Galva 29-0 and 16-1 Friday in Galva.

The first game was stopped after three innings on the 15-run rule. The second game was stopped after four innings. Sedgwick scored in each of the seven innings played.

In the first game, Sedgwick scored 15 innings in the second inning and 11 in the third to go with three in the first. The Cardinals were aided by 10 walks.

Roger Morton went three for four hitting for Sedgwick with a home run and seven runs driven in. Hooper Schroeder went three for three with five RBIs. Neal Bever went to for three with four RBIs. Henry Burns and Andrew Hoffsommer each drove in two runs.

Brayden Collins had the sole hit for Canton-Galva.

Trey Bright pitched the win, allowing one hit and one strikeout. Canton-Galva used four pitchers.

In the second game, Sedgwick led 9-1 after two innings.

Justin Agee and Bever each pitched two innings. Agee allowed a run on two hits with four walks and three strikeouts for the win. Bever allowed no hits, a walk and four strikeouts.

Canton-Galva used three pitchers with Collins taking the loss.

Bever went two for four hitting with three RBIs. Brayden Francis, Morton, Hooper Schroeder and Mason Lacey each drove in two runs.

Sedgwick is 11-1 and plays at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Ell-Saline.

First game

Sedgwick;3(15)(11);—29;19;0

Can-Gal.;0( 0)( 0);—0;1;1

Bright (W) and n/a; #14 (L), Peterson, Miller 2, Minson 3 and n/a. HR — S: Morton.

Second game

Sedgwick;541;6;—16;9;1

Can-Gal.;100;0;—1;2;4

Angee (W), Bever 3 and n/a; Collins (L), Prieb 2, Sargent 4 and n/a.