Heart of America

Sedgwick 25, Inman 8

Sedgwick 17, Inman 5

INMAN — The Sedgwick Cardinal softball team claimed a pair of wins Monday against the Inman Teutons in Heart of America League road play.

In the first game, Sedgwick won 25-8 in four innings on the 15-run rule. Sedgwick won the second game 17-5 in five innings on the 10-run rule.

Leading 8-6 after two innings in the first game, Sedgwick scored 10 runs in the third and seven in the fourth, while the Teutons managed just two more runs in the game.

Macie McGinn went three for four hitting for Sedgwick, driving in six runs. Gracie Mabry went three for four, driving in four runs. Paige Brown added a four RBI day. Ashton McGinn went three for three hitting with three RBIs. Bailer Zerger went two for four with three RBIs.

Hope Schriner drove in two runs for Inman.

Avery Blank pitched for the win for Sedgwick, allowing no earned runs (eight unearned on six Sedgwick errors) on four hits with two walks and six strikeouts.

Kennedy Shober took the loss for Imnan, walking 13 in 3.1 innings. Hannah Lucas finished the game.

In the second game, Sedgwick scored 15 runs in the first three innings. Inman broke the shutout with two runs in the bottom of the third, two in the bottom of the fourth and one in the bottom of the fifth.

Bailey Zerger led the Cardinals in the second game, going two for three hitting with four RBIs. Taylinn Lacey went two for two with an RBI. Ashton McGinn drove in three runs. Kylie Charles drove in two runs. Gracie Mabry went two for four.

Lacey pitched the win, allowing three earned runs on five hits with a walk and nine strikeouts. Inman used three pitchers with starter Hannah Lucas getting the loss.

Emma Froese went two for two hitting with two RBIs.

Sedgwick is 8-6 and plays at 3 p.m. today at Ell-Saline.

First game


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Blank (W) and n/a; Shober (L), Lucas 4 and n/a.

Second game



Lacey and Charles; Lucas, Konrade 3, Shober 3 and Harman.


Central Kansas League

Hoisington 13, Halstead 5

Hoisington 10, Halstead 6

HOISINGTON — The Halstead Dragon baseball team dropped a pair of games to the Hoisington Cardinals Friday in CKL play in Hoisington.

Hoisington won the first game 13-5 and the second game 10-6.

In the first game, Hoisington used a six-run second inning to lead 8-4 and continued to pull away.

Hoisington’s Isaac Prosser drove in three runs without a hit. Holt Hanzlick drove in two runs. Braxton Donovan went two for four hitting with two RBIs.

Brian Casey drove in two runs for Halstead. Kaden Kraus and Carter Hiebert each went two for four with an RBI.

Derek Boxberger pitched six innings for Hoisington for the win, striking out seven. Noah Mendez took the loss for Halstead.

Halstead was hampered by eight errors.

In the second game, Hoisington led 9-1 after four innings and survived a late Halstead comeback.

Cole Steinert drove in three runs without a hit for the Cardinals.

Dalton Kraus went three for four with two RBIs for Halstead.

Prosser pitched four innings for the win. Casey took the loss for Halstead.

Halstead is 4-10 and hosts Hillsboro today.

First game



Mendez (L), Herman 4 and n/a; Boxberger (W), Nickerson 7 and n/a.

Second game



Casey (L), Gutierrez 1, Considine 3 and n/a; Prosser (W), Donovan 5, Menges 6 and n/a.

Heart of America

Marion 10, Remington 0

Marion 10, Remington 0

MARION — The Marion Warrior baseball team swept Heart of America League rival Remington Friday in HOAL play, winning each game 10-0 at the Marion Sports Complex.

The first game ended in six innings on the 10-run rule, while the second game ended in five innings.

In the first game, Marion scored in every inning but the fourth, breaking things open with five runs in the third.

Chase Stringer pitched a two-hitter for Marion, striking out five. Shane Tillotson took the loss for Remington.

Cooper Carpenter went two for three hitting with two RBIs. Luke Lanning also drove in two runs.

In the second game, Marion scored seven runs in the second inning to break the game open. Remington had nine errors, giving up no earned runs.

Sam Zinn allowed just one hit for the win. walking one and striking out five.

Weston Sommers took the loss for Remington. Kyle Thiessen also pitched.

Corbin Wheeler drove in four runs for Marion. Ryan Hamilton led off for Remington with the Bronco’s sole hit.

Remington falls to 5-9 and hosts Inman today.

First game



Tillotson (L), Taylor 3, Wright 6 and Thiessen; Stringer (W) and Srajer, Hoffner 3.

Second game



Sommers (L), Thiessen 3 and Thiessen, Sommers 3; Zinn and Hoffner.