Hesston Senior Men

1. Rod Snyder, Harry Winter, Bob Buller, Mark Riley.

2. Garry Winter, Don Tipton, Dave Ediger, Larry Hague.

3. Rich Wenger, Larry Winter, Randy Hague, Lowell Roth.

Closest to the pin — Lowell Roth

Next play — Friday.

Newton grad

leads Red team

TOPEKA — Newton High School grad Taylor Antonowich posted 10 kills to lead the Red squad to a five-set win over the Blue squad Saturday in the Kansas Volleyball Association All-Star Match at Lee Arena in Topeka.

The Red squad won 25-20, 17-25, 25-15, 25-21, 7-15. The match was played out to five sets.

Antonowich added an assist, a block assist and 10 digs.

Hesston grad Alaina Dunlavy had a kill, 13 assists and seven digs for the Red squad.

Hesston grad Kailey Jo Ince had six kills, two solo blocks, a block assist and five digs for the Blue squad.

Antonowich and Dunlavy both are set to return to Lee Arena in the fall as Washburn University signees. Ince is a Northern Colorado signee.

Antonowich was awarded the Joan Lundstrom Wells Award of Excellence by the KVA, while Dunlavy received the Flo Hyman Scholarship Award.

Newton team

1-2 at Augusta

AUGUSTA — The Newton 14U baseball team finished 1-2 during the weekend in play in Augusta.

Newton topped the Salina Sox 13U 15-3, lost to the Shockdawgs 14U 9-8 and lost to the Augusta Bullets 8-3.

Against Salina, Cade Valdez went two for four with two RBIs. Luke Hirsh, Jake Schmidt and Jackson Swift each drove in runs. Brayden Monares went three for three hitting with an RBI. Austin Radke and Kenyon Forest each went two for three. Radke drove in a run.

Newton used four pitchers, holding Salina to two hits.

Against the Shockdawgs, Newton gave up two runs in the bottom of the sixth to fall.

Joe Slechta drove in two runs for Newton. Valdez and Schmidt both went two for three hitting. Swift took the loss pitching.

Against Augusta, Newton trailed 8-1 after two innings. Slechta went two for three hitting. Schmidt, Monares and Owen Mick each drove in a run.

Hirsh took the loss pitching. Valdez struck out four in three innings.

Newton is 4-9 and plays Friday and Saturday at Fun Valley.

Heat team wins

four games

The Newton G2 Heat 18U Llamas softball team finished play Saturday 4-1.

The Heat downed the Ike Elite 6-4, the Washington Fireballs 14-2, the Ike Elite 5-1, Clay Center 12-10 and trailed Clay Center 18 5-0 in an unfinished game.

In the first game against the Ike Elite, the Heat scored three runs in the top of the fourth to take the lead. Kaela Wade struck out three for the win.

Against Washington, Wade, Ashley Arellano, Gabi Palmer, Kylie Terbovitch and two other players drove in two runs each.

Alex Llamas pitched the win, striking out four.

In the second game against Ike Elite, Wade had three hits. Llamas and Terbovich each went two for two. Terbovich and another player each drove in two runs. Kayla Anderson also drove in a run.

Wade struck out four in the win.

Against Clay Center, Wade and Palmer each drove in two runs. Arellano, Liz Lumberas, Abby Hartung and Terbovich each went two for two hitting with an RBI.

Wade struck out two in the win.

Against Clay Center 18, the Heat trailed 5-0 after two innings. Hartung had a strikeout.

The Heat is 4-4.

Heat Henderson

finishes 2-4

The Newton G2 Heat 18U Henderson finished 2-4 in play during the weekend.

The team beat the New Mexico Firecrackers 5-3, lost to the Vermillion Blast 5-1, lost top the Missouri Crimson 6-5, lost to the Arkansas Pride 2-0, beat the Nebraska Force 11-0 and lost to the Oklahoma Pulse 3-1.

Against the Firecrackers, Aleah Urban went two for three with two RBIs. Alivia Lange also drove in a run. Jenna Henderson pitched the win, striking out four.

Against Vermillion, each team had just three hits. Mackenzie Koehn drove in a run for the Heat.

Against the Crimson, Koehn went two for two with two RBIs. C.J. Garcia also went two for two. Ashlyn Jacobs took the loss, striking out three.

Against the Arkansas Pride, each team had just three hits. Arkansas scored both runs in the first inning. Henderson struck out three in the loss.

Against the Nebraksa Force, the Heat didn’t allow a hit. The Heat pitcher struck out four in a perfect game. Henderson, Shalley Clark and Kaylee Scott drove in two runs each.

Against the Oklahoma Pulse, the Heat gave up three runs in the bottom of the second in the loss. Henderson struck out six in the loss. Kyleigh Poss went two for two hitting.

The team is 4-8.

Heat 14U team

finishes 1-4

The Newton G2 Heat 14U Lange softball team finished recent games 1-4.

The Heat lost to the Central Missouri Warriors 6-2, lost to the Texas Outlaws 8-1, lost to the Twisters 8-5, beat the New Mexico Outkast 8-3 and lost to the Oklahoma Drillers 10-2.

Against Central Missouri, Gabby Dalbom and Heidi Meyer pitched. Meyer struck out three.

Against the Texas Outlaws, Dalbom, Allyson Lange and Meyer pitched. Dalbom struck out two.

Against the Twisters, Reiley Wells drove in two runs. Lange went two for two hitting. Meyer struck out two in the loss.

Against the Outkast, Lange, Piper Seidl and Jillian George each had two hits. Seidl drove in trwo runs.

Dalbom pitched for the win with a strikeout. Kailyn Olson pitched an inning.

Against the Drillers, Rylee Schaffer went two for three hitting.

Meyer took the loss pitching, striking out two. Dalbom struck out one.

The team is 4-13.

Wingnuts drop

opener to Saints

WICHITA — The Wichita Wingnuts opened a three-game series against the Saint Paul Saints with an 8-3 loss Monday night in American Association play at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium.

St. Paul scored in the second inning on a Dante Bichette Jr. RBI single. Justin O’Conner led off the top of the third with a solo home run.

Abel Nieves put Wichita on the board with an RBI single in the bottom of the third.

The Saints scored on an error in the top of the sixth. Max Murphy added an RBI double in the seventh.

John Nester hit a solo home run for Wichita in the bottom of the seventh. Zach Nehrir added an RBI double.

Dante Bichette Jr. homered for the Saints in the top of the ninth. Josh Allen followed with a two-run triple and came home on a Brady Shoemaker single.

Of the five pitchers the Saints used, Eddie Medina went six innings for the win, striking out five. Casey Harman took the loss for Wichita, striking out four.

Bichette went three for four hitting for St. Paul. Brady Shoemaker and Murphy each went two for five.

Nehrir went two for five for Wichita.

St. Paul is 11-6 and leads the AA North, while Wichita drops to 10-7, third in the AA South, three games behind Sioux City.

Wichita hosts St. Paul at 7:05 p.m. today.

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Medina (W, 2-0), Devine 7, Frosch 8, Wheeler 8, Wilhelmsen 9 and O’Conner; Harman (L, 2-1), Campbell 8, Boyle 9 and Nester. HR — SP: O’Connor (3), Bichette Jr. (2). W: Nester (1). Time — 2:43. Attendance — 3,221.

Saturday’s game



Banwart, Campbell 7, Bowen (W, 1-0) 8, Tillman (S, 5) and Nestar; Carroll, Buckelew 6, Lowery 7, Gracesqui (L, 1-1) 9 and Nieto. HR — W: Willard (2). Time — 3:24. Attendance — 5,329.

Sunday’s game



Cooper (L, 2-1), Sanders 2, Harvey 4, Bowen , Trowbridge 7, Aluko 8 and Nester; Irvine (W, 1-0), Mazzoccoli 7, Filomeno 9 and Pennell. HR — W: Nehrir (1). Time — 2:58. Attendance — 3,048.