PREP SOFTBALL

Central Kansas League

Nickerson 13, Halstead 4

Halstead 12, Nickerson 2

HALSTEAD — The Halstead Dragon softball team split a pair of games against the Nickerson Panthers Friday in Central Kansas League play at Riverside Park.

Nickerson won the first game 13-4. Halstead rebounded to win the nightcap 12-2. The second game was called after six innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Nickerson scored in every inning but the first. The Halstead defense committed seven errors, which led to eight unearned runs.

Kaitlin Colle went four for four hitting for Nickerson, driving in three runs. Cami Bass went two for five, driving in three runs. Kylee Stucky went two for four with two RBIs.

Hailey Kelley drove in two runs for Halstead. Madyson Beckett went three for four with an RBI. Abby Church went two for four with an RBI.

Jayden Rehlander pitched for Nickerson, striking out four. Callie Considine took the loss for Halstead. Addy Mueller struck out four in four innings.

With the second game tied 2-2 after four innings, Halstead broke things open with four runs in the fifth inning and six in the fourth.

Payton Divine went two for two hitting for Halstead with three RBIs. Solle Werner went two for four with three RBIs. Kellet and Considine each drove in two runs each. Madyson Beckett went three for four with an RBI.

Mueller threw five innings of relief for Halstead for the win, strking out one. Korie Kaufman took the loss for Nickerson, 3-5.

Halstead is 4-4 and plays at 4 p.m. today at Hillsboro.

First game

Nickerson;023;111;5;—13;13;1

Halstead;001;020;1;—4;9;7

Rehlander (W) and Daines; Considine (L), Mueller 4 and Church.

Second game

Nickerson;011;000;—2;5;1

Halstead;100;146;—12;15;1

Kaufman (L), Daines 5 and Stucky; Considine, Mueller (W) 2 and Church.

Hillsboro 12, Hesston 4

Hillsboro 19, Hesston 2

HESSTON — The Hesston Swathers were swept by the rival Hillsboro Trojans Friday in CKL play at the HHS field.

Hesston fell 12-4 and 19-2. The second game was called after four innings on the 15-run rule.

In the first game, Hillsboro scored six runs each in the first and fourth inning. Hesston scored two runs each in the same innings.

Cheyenne Bernhardt, Skyire Stucky and Kylee Martin drove in two runs each. Martin went two for four hitting. Dani Klein and Reese Hefley each went two for four with an RBI.

Elizabeth Lumbreras went two for four for Hesston with two RBIs. Emily Schmidt went three for four with an RBI.

Stucky went the distance pitching for Hillsboro, striking out nine. Schmidt struck out two in the loss for Hesston.

In the second game, Hillsboro used a 12-run third inning to break the game open.

Tuesday Weisbeck went three for four hitting with four RBIs. Stucky went three for four with three RBIs. Bernhardt went two for three with three RBIs.

Schmidt went two for two for Hesston, driving in both runs.

Bernhardt pitched the win for Hillsboro, 4-2, striking out five. Kaitlin Carter took the loss for Hesston.

Hesston is 1-9 and opens the second half of the season today at Hoisington.

First game

Hillsboro;600;600;0;—12;14;0

Hesston;200;200;0;—4;9;0

Stucky (W) and Bernhardt; Schmidt (L) and Johnston.

Second game

Hillsboro;40(12);3;—19;16;1

Hesston;10( 1);0;—2;5;8

Bernhardt (W) and Stucky; Carter (L), Schmidt 3 and Johnston.

Heart of America

Ell-Saline 10, Sedgwick 5

Sedgwick 10, Ell-Saline 9

SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinals split a twinbill with Ell-Saline Friday in HOAL play.

Sedgwick lost the first game 10-5 and won the nightcap 10-9.

Sedgwick jumped ahead 3-0 after three inning. Ell-Saline gained the lead with six runs in the fourth and put things out of reach with three more in the seventh.

Hampered by 13 errors behind her, Taylinn Lacey gave up 10 unearned runs, striking out nine.

Lacey went three for four hitting for Sedgwick with an RBI.

In the second game, each team had 10 errors. Ell-Saline took a 9-6 lead into the bottom of the seventh. Sedgwick scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh for the win.

Lacey went two for five hitting with three RBIs. Paige Brown went two for four with a home run and two RBIs. Kami Matson went two for four.

Lacey allowed two earned runs on four hits for the win, striking out eight.

Ell-Saline is 3-5. Sedgwick is 4-4 and hosts Bennington at 4:30 p.m. today.

First game

Ell-Saline;000;601;3;—10;5;0

Sedgwick;201;001;1;—5;7;13

Gramer (W) and n/a; Lacey (L) and n/a.

Second game

Ell-Saline;300;020;4;—9;4;10

Sedgwick;112;110;4;—10;10;10

Diho (L) and Bradley; Lacey (W) and n/a. HR — S: Brown.

Marion 11, Moundridge 1

Marion 17, Moundridge 16

MARION — The Moundridge Wildcat softball team was knocked from the ranks of the unbeaten after a pair of losses to Marion Friday in HOAL play in Marion.

Moundridge lost 11-1 and 17-16. The first game was called after five innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Marion pitcher Grace Overton held Moundridge to three hits with a walk and three strikeouts. The Warriors led 10-1 after three innings and added a run in the fifth.

Chisolm Waner and Laura Salvage each went two for four hitting with two RBIs. Overton also drove in two runs.

Zizi Sebrant took the loss for Moundridge.

In the second game, Marion scored in every inning. Moundridge scored in every inning but the first. Chloe Burkholer hit an RBI single with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to give Marion the win.

Jayden May went four for five for Marion with a home run and three RBIs. Salvage went three for five with three RBIs. Macy Sigel finished four for four with two RBIs. Burkholder finished two for five with two RBIs.

Erin Durst hit for the cycle for Moundridge, finishing five for five with three RBIs. Zizi Sebrant went three for five with four RBIs. Kate Eichelberger went two for three with two RBIs.

Overton pitched three innings for relief for Moundridge for the win, striking out four. Starter Chisolm Waner struck out five.

Zizi Sebrant took the loss for Moundridge in relief of Makenzie Elmore. Elmore struck out two.

Marion is 5-3. Moundridge is 6-2 and plays at 3 p.m. today at Little River.

First game

Moundridge;100;00;—1;3;5

Marion;613;01;—11;13;1

Z.Sebrant and K.Sebrant; Overton and Sigel.

Second game

Moundridge;018;123;1;—16;17;9

Marion;151;441;1;—17;17;8

Elmore, Z.Sebrant (L) 3 and Er.Durst, K.Sebrant 3; Waner, Overton (W) and Sigel. HR — Mo.: Er.Durst. Ma.: May.

Remington 11, Bennington 3

Remington 13, Bennington 0

WHITEWATER — The Remington Bronco softball team swept the Bennington Bulldogs Friday in HOAL play, winning 11-6 and 13-0 at Whitewater Park.

The second game ended after five innings on the 10-run rule. Remington scored six runs in the first inning and seven runs in the fourth.

In the second game, Rianna Lawler pitched a three-hit shutout, striking out four and walking one. Mackenzie Shea took the loss for Bennington.

Madison Hamilton, Morgan Thunberg and Cassi Wedel each hit a home run for the Broncos. Hamilton added a double and finished with three RBIs. Wedel finished with a triple and two RBIs. Thunberg finished with two RBIs. Caitlin Crisp finished two for three with three RBIs. Lizzy Sweatland also drove in three.

Trailing 5-4 in the second game, Remington scored two runs each in the third and fourth innings and three in the sixth.

Thunberg pitched the win for Remington, striking out six. Kyler Thompson took the loss for Bennington, striking out two. Each pitcher allowed just three earned runs.

Olivia Eck and Crisp each drove in two runs for Remington, Crisp was two for two hitting, while Hamilton was two for four with an RBI.

Madi Matthews drove in three runs for Bennington, 0-7. Abby Hodges drove in two.

Remington is 7-3 and hosts Hillsboro at 3 p.m. today.

First game

Bennington;320;001;0;—6;7;6

Remingtonl402;203;x;—11;9;3

Thompson (L) and Hodges; Thunberg (W) and Crisp.

Second game

Bennington;000;00;—0;3;0

Remington;600;7x;—13;10;2

Shea (L) and Hodges; Lawler (W) and Crisp. HR — R: Hamilton, Thunberg, Wedel.

PREP BASEBALL

Central Kansas League

Nickerson 16, Halstead 4

Nickerson 19, Halstead 2

HALSTEAD — The Halstead Dragons were swept by the Nickerson Panthers 16-4 and 19-2 Friday in Central Kansas League play in Halstead.

The second game was halted after four innings on the 15-run rule.

In the first game, Halstead took a 3-2 lead after three innings, but Nickerson scored in every inning from that point. Halstead added a run in the fifth.

Tre Garcia went five innings for Nickerson to claim the win, striking out five. Wade Koon finished the game.

Kevin Murphy took the loss for Halstead. The Dragons used two other pitchers.

Carson Cornelious went three for five for Nickerson at the plate, striking out four. Jarron Kauffman went two for five with three RBIs. Caleb Jackson, Chandler Eaton and Johnny Huggard each drove in two.

Chandler Drake went two for three hitting with an RBI, while Dawson Driskill went two for four.

In the second game, Nickerson jumped out to an 8-0 lead in the first inning, adding five runs in the third inning and six runs in the fourth. Halstead scored both runs in the fourth inning.

Johnny Huggard went four innings for the win for Nickerson, striking out five. Brian Casey took the loss for Halstead.

Garrett Conde and Brice Isley each drove in three runs for Nickersdon. Jackson, Noah Salazar, Eaton and Adan Garcia each drove in two runs. Eaton went three for for hitting.

Kaden Hill drove in both runs for Halstead.

Nickerson is 5-0.

Halstead is 3-5 and plays today at Hillsboro.

First game

Nickerson;002;326;3;—16;17;2

Halstead;003;010;0;—4;7;1

T.Garcia (W), Koon 6 and Eaton; Murphy (L), Considine 5, Swift 6 and Schulte.

Second game

Nickerson;805;6;—19;13;0

Halstead;000;2;—2;2;2

Huggard (W) and Eaton; Casey (L), Herman 2, Radke 4, Mueller 4 and Schulte.

Hillsboro 11, Hesston 6

Hillsboro 9, Hesston 3

HESSTON — The Hesston Swather baseball team lost a pair of games to Hillsboro 11-6 and 9-3 in CKL play at the Hesston High field.

In the first game, Hillsboro jumped out 8-2 after three innings, scoring three more runs in the fourth.

Hunter Hein went two for four hitting for Hillsboro with three RBIs. Landon Roberts drove in two. Brooks Gardner and Jorge Hanschu each had two hits with an RBI.

Ben Roth drove in two runs for Hesston. Camden McDonald went two for four with an RBI.

Matt Potucek struck out two in a complete-game win. Brayden Schilling took the loss for Hesston.

In the second game, Hillsboro led 5-0 after two innings.

Hein went two for three hitting with three RBIs. Hanschu went two for four with an RBI.

Austin Griffin drove in two runs for Hesston.

Blane Bernhardt pitch .2 innings of relief for the win. Potucek and starter Jack Parks each struck out five. Brady Cox took the loss for Hesston, striking out 11 in 4.2 innings.

Hillsboro is 3-3. Hesston is 6-4 and plays today at Hoisington.

First game

Hillsboro;440;030;0;—11;13;2

Hesston;101;100;3;—6;9;2

Potucek (W) and Hanschu; Schilling (L), Boles 2, O’Halloran 5 and Eilert.

Second game

Hillsboro;410;103;0;—9;8;1

Hesston;000;120;0;—3;4;2

Parks, Bernhart (W) 4, Potucek 5 and Hanschu; B.Cox (L), Nelson 5 and Wohlgemuth.

Heart of America

Sedgwick 15, Ell-Saline 0

Sedgwick 15, Ell-Saline 0

SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinals improved to 8-0 after a pair of 15-0 wins over Ell-Saline Friday in Sedgwick.

Both games ended in three innings on the 15-run rule. Both games were one-hitters for the Sedgwick pitching staff.

In the first game, Sewdgwick scored five runs in the first inning, nine in the second and one in the third.

Nolan Crumrine tossed a one-hitter, walking two and striking out three. Myles Work took the loss for Ell-Saline.

Kale Schroeder and Henry Burns each drove in three runs. Hooper Schroeder, Mason Lacey, Trey Siemens and Andrew Hoffsommer each drove in two runs.

In the second game, Andrew Hoffsommer allowed a hit, two walks and five strikeouts.

Kale Schroeder went three for three with three RBIs, hitting a double, triple and home run. Andrew Hoffsommer went three for three with four RBIs. Colton Smith went two for three with two RBIs.

Sedgwick hosts Inman at 4:30 p.m. today.

First game

Ell-Saline;000;—0;1;2

Sedgwick;591;—15;6;1

Work (L), Bunting 3 and n/a; Crumrine (W) and n/a.

Second game

Ell-Saline;000;—0;1;3

Sedgwick;482;—15;15;1

Came (L), Bell 2, Goddard 3 and n/a; A.Hoffsommer (W) and n/a. HR — S: K.Schroeder.

Marion 11, Moundridge 1

Moundridge 16, Marion 1

MARION — The Moundridge Wildcat baseball team dropped a pair run-rule losses to Marion Friday in Heart of America League play in Marion.

Marion won the first game 11-1 in six innings on the 10-run rule and the second game 16-1 in four innings on the 15-run rule.

In the first game, Marion led 3-1, but scored five runs in the fifth inning and three more in the sixth.

Collin Kohl took the loss for Moundridge. The Wildcats were held to three hits.

In the second game, Marion scored 10-runs in the third inning to break the game open. Moundridge had just four hits in the second game.

Cross Lintecum took the loss in the second game.

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

First game

Moundridge;000;010;—1;3;3

Marion;020;153;—11;8;0

Kohl (L), Falco 5, Everhart 6 and Falco, Kohl 5; Marion battery n/a.

Second game

Moundridge;01( 0);0;—1;4;3

Marion;31(10);2;—16;12;0

Kohl, Lintecum (L) 1, Schlosser 3, Hazelton 3 and Falco; Marion battery n/a. HR — Marion.

Bennington 11, Remington 8

Remington 15, Bennington 5

WHITEWATER — The Remington Broncos won for the first time this season in a split with the Bennington Bulldogs in HOAL play at Whitewater Park.

The Broncos fell 11-8 in the first game and won the nightcap 15-5. The second game was called in five innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Bennington scored five runs in the sixth inning to take an 11-4 lead, holding off a Remington comeback in the seventh. Remington had 13 errors in the game, allowing no earned runs.

Hagen Taylor drove in two runs for Remington. Brayden Hays, Jeyton Saunders and Nathan Forster had two hits each.

Weston Sommers took the loss for Remington.

In the second game, Remington scored in every inning, leading 12-1 after three innings.

Braden Scribner struck out four in three innings for the win. Brayden Lunsford and Forster finished the game. The three combined to hold Bennington to three hits.

Taylor went three for four hitting with four RBIs. Max Reese drove in three runs without a hit. Jordan Wright drove in two runs.

Remington is 1-7 and hosts Life Prep at 4 p.m. today.

First game

Bennington;301;205;0;—11;5;0

Remington;110;020;4;—8;10;13

#20 (W), #3 7 and n/a; W.Sommers (L), Spencer 5, Lunsford 6 and Taylor.

Second game

Bennington;100;22;—5;2;6

Remington;571;2x;—15;10;5

#3 (L), #4 2 and n/a; Scribner (W), Lunsford 4, Forster 5 and Taylor.

Note: Baseball and softball stats are courtesy GameChanger.