Pretty Prairie Inv.


Goessel results


Girls — 4. Elyse Boden 20:54-m, 6. Cassandra Rust 21:37, 8. Porclein Unruh 22:31, 10. Edel Miller 22:43, 11. Katelyn Olson 24:03, 12. Alyssa Boden 28:54.

Boys — 2. Adrian Kastner 15:57-m, 3. Jacob Schrag 16:17-m, 5. Timothy Schrag 16:41-m, 7. Chicco Bertozzi 16:53, 9. Ben Olson 18:44, 10. Jan Wolters 19:59, 11. Zackary Guerrero 20:01.

JV BOYS — 3. Dawson Duerksen 19:40-m, 2. David Sawyer 23:41, 4. Jerah Schmidt 20:19, Nate Impson 21:07, Brendon Hicks 21:43.


Newton Invitational girls’ tennis (tentatively Sept. 12)

Newton girls’ golf at Salina Central Invitational (TBA)


at Hesston

HESSTON — Matthew Redinger of Central Christian College shot a double-eagle hole-in-one Saturday at Hesston Golf Course.

Redinger shot the hole-in-one during a dual meet between Central Christian and Tabor.

Redinger used a driver to ace the 360-yard, par 4 11th hole.

Lowell Stephens and Sean Kelly were the witnesses.

Central Christian won the meet 316-357. Rettinger finished the round tied for fourth at 81.

Hesston sweeps

Hillsboro tri

HILLSBORO — The Hesston High School volleyball team improved to 10—2 after a pair of wins Tuesday in Hillsboro.

Hesston downed Cheney in a non-league match 25-17, 19-25, 28-18; and Hillsboro in a Central Kansas League match 21-25, 25-17, 25-14.

“This was another night where at times we were in control and things were going well and then

other moments where we were very inconsistent,” Hesston coach Jason Peters said. “In the four sets we won, we did a good job of pulling ahead and keeping a lead, and in the sets we lost, we fell behind and were able to make a good comeback, but couldn’t finish. It was good to come away with a win over a Cheney program that has had much success in recent history, and it was good to win our first league match of the season against Hillsboro.

“We now come to the part of our schedule this year where we have an unusual two weeks off, so we will have some time to try some new options and try to build some consistency for the last five weeks of our season where two-thirds of our regular season matches will fall.”

Hesston plays Sept. 18 at Haven with Lyons.


Cheney def. Hillsboro, 25-18, 25-20

Hesston def. Cheney, 25-17, 19-25, 25-18

Hesston def. Hillsboro, 21-25, 25-17, 25-14


Hesston def. Hillsboro, 25-17, 25-15

Cheney def. Hesston, 25-19, 25-22


Hesston Team 3 def. Hillsboro, 25-14, 25-11

Goessel drops

WSL match

GOESSEL — The Goessel High School volleyball team dropped its first ever Wheat State League match Tuesday in a modified quad at home.

Goessel downed Little River 25-14, 25-23; but lost to Herington 25-18, 25-17.

Goessel’s streak of WSL matches ends at 64. Before the loss, the Bluebirds had never lost a league match.

Goessel is 3-1 overall and 1-1 in WSL play and hosts the Goessel Invitational Saturday.

Goessel quad

Goessel def. Little River 25-14, 25-23

Herington def. Goessel 25-18, 25-17

Little River def. Elyria Christian 25-11, 25-14

Herington def. Elyria Chrisitan 26-24, 25-12


sweeps tri

ELBING — The Moundridge High School volleyball team swept a pair of Heart of America League dual meets Tuesday in Elbing.

Moundridge downed Berean Academy 25-14, 25-11; and Remington 27-25, 25-10.

Moundridge plays Sept. 13 at Goessel with Sedgwick.

KCAC scholar

teams named

Below is the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference Scholar Teams for 2017-18:

Sport, GPA, School

Baseball, 3.090, Bethany

Basketball - Men, 3.490, Bethany

Basketball - Women, 3.550, Tabor

Cheer, 3.530, Saint Mary

Cross Country - Men, 3.510, McPherson

Cross Country - Women, 3.760, Tabor

Football, 2.870, Friends

Golf - Men, 3.797, Bethel

Golf - Women, 3.696, York

Indoor Track & Field - Men, 3.110, Tabor

Indoor Track & Field - Women, 3.670, Tabor

Lacrosse - Men’s, 3.020, Clarke

Lacrosse - Women's , 3.420 , Clarke

Outdoor Track & Field - Men, 3.180, Tabor

Outdoor Track & Field - Women, 3.690, Ottawa

Soccer - Men, 3.270, McPherson

Soccer - Women, 3.650, Tabor

Softball, 3.510, Tabor

Tennis - Men, 3.550, McPherson

Tennis - Women, 3.880, Tabor

Volleyball, 3.820, Tabor

Wrestling - Men, 3.010, Bethany

Thunder signs

four players

WICHITA — With training camp approaching, the Wichita Thunder signed three more players.

Wichita signed defenseman Kevin Patterson, forward Greg Chase, rookie forward Alex Gillies and rookie forward Colton Sparrow.

In addition, the Thunder has set an exhibition game with the Tulsa Oilers for 4 p.m. Oct. 6 at the Wichita Ice Center.

The game will be played on the NHL rink and just 200 tickets will be sold.

Three Wingnuts

take honors

WICHITA — Three Wichita Wingnut players received post-season honors.

Travis Banwart was named pitcher of the year. Banwart pitched in 20 games this season, finishing 8-4. He had a 2.24 earned-run-average and struck out 109 batters against 34 walks.

Daniel Tillman was named reliever of the year. Tillman threw in 40 games, 39 2-3 innings. He was 1-4 with 27 saves, a 2.26 ERA, 54 strikeouts and 11 walks.

Logan Watkins was named to the American Association post-season All-Star Team at second base. Watkins hit .338 with three home runs and 51 RBIs. He played in all 100 games with Wichita this season.