Bethel netters

win one of four

The Bethel College tennis teams won one of three KCAC dual meets during the weekend.

The Bethel men downed Tabor 6-2 Friday and fell to Ottawa 6-3 Saturday.

The Bethel women fell to Tabor 5-4 and Ottawa 6-3.

Individual scores against Ottawa were not posted at deadline.

The men are 5-6, 4-3 in KCAC play. The Bethel women are 7-4, 4-3 in KCAC play. Bethel plays today at Oklahoma Wesleyan and Wednesday at McPherson. The McPherson men are ranked 25th in the NAIA team rankings.

WOMEN

Tabor 6, Bethel 3

SINGLES — Naima Mexson T def. Serena Wong B 6-0, 6-1; Olivia Brubacher T def. Jennifer Harrison B 6-3, 6-3; Tessa Isaac T def. Erica Ebenkamp B 6-4, 6-4; Mallory Meier B def. Kayla Ruth T 6-1, 6-1; Cheyenne Miles B def. Macey Darrah T 6-1, 6-1; Kaci Wilson B def. Abby Berggrew T 6-0, 6-2.

DOUBLES — Mexson-Brubacher T def. Wong-Harrison B 8-3; Isaac-Ruth T def. Meier-Ebenkamp B 8-6; Miles-Wilson B def. Darrah-Berggrew T 8-1.

MEN

Bethel 6, Tabor 2

SINGLES — Angel Miguel T def. Nolan Schrader B 6-2, 6-1; Gabe Johnson B def. Gallagher Martin T 6-2, 7-5; Ryan LaCombe B def. Billy Wiser T 6-1, 6-2; Jordan Singh B def. Dhiraj Adhikari T 6-1, 6-0; Grant Bellar B def. Josh Gaede T 6-0, 6-0; sixth singles no match.

DOUBLES — Miguel-Martin T def. Johnson-Schrader B 8-6; Singh-Miera B def. Wiser-Adhikari T 8-1; Shima-LaCombe B win by default.

Bethel second

at Sterling

HUTCHINSON — The Bethel College men’s golf team trails Sterling by 41 strokes at the Sterling Invitational Monday at Carey Park in Hutchinson.

Sterling leads the match 584-625 after 36 holes.

Anders Lindanger of Sterling leads the field with a two-over par 144, followed by Marshall Martin at 145.

Bethel’s Parker Austin is third at 146 , followed by Connor Mickens tied for sixth at 151, Chase Sparks in ninth at 164, Chase Anderson in 10th at 165, Trae Gehring in 11th at 171 and Josh Seabolt in 12th at 175.

Sterling Inv.

Monday

Carey Park

Par 71, 6,583 yds.

Team scores — Sterling 293-291—584, Bethel 317-309—625.

Individuals (x-non-team scoring entry) — 1. Anders Lindanger S 70-74—144; 2. Marshall Martin S 75-70—145; T3. Jin Ho (Peter) Choi S 72-74—146; T3. Parker Austin B 77-70—146; 5. Jin Beom (Paul) Choi S 76-73—149; T6. Connor Mickens B 73-78—151; T6. Finn Tharandt-x S 77-74—151; 8. Casey Dougherty S 80-76—156; 9. Chase Sparks B 86-78—164; 10. Chase Anderson B 81-84—165; 11. Trae Gehring B 88-83—171; 12. Josh Seabolt-x B 86-89—175.

Hutchinson leads

Jayhawk tourney

Hutchinson Community College has taken a two-stroke lead after 36 holes of the Jayhawk Conference II tournament Monday at Sand Creek Station.

The Blue Dragons are at 607, followed by Barton County Community College at 609, Dodge City Community College at 610, Garden City Community College at 630, Hesston College at 649, Kansas City (Kan.) Community College at 663, Allen Community College at 673 and Coffeyville at 716.

Charlie Crockett of Hutchinson leads the individual leaderboard with a one-under par 143, followed by Jake Bay of Garden City at 145 and Kelby Titus of Barton County at 148, Hesston is led by J.D. Cervantes tied for 19th at 160, followed by Dimitri Giammakopoulas at 162, Chandler Roberts at 167 and Dustin Nichols at 167.

The final round is today. The scores carry into the conference championships.

Jayhawk Conference

Tournament II

Monday

Sand Creek Station

Par 72, 6,733 yards

Team scores — Hutchinson CC 312-295—607, Barton County CC 302-307—609, Dodge City CC 304-306—610, Garden City CC 315-315—630, Hesston College 331-318—649, Kansas City (Kan.) CC 330-333—663, Allen CC 346-327—673, Coffeyville CC 360-356—716, Individuals — 1. Charlie Crockett Hut.CC 71-72—143; 2. Jake Bay GCCC 70-75—145; 3. Kelby Titus BCCC 72-76—148; T4. Danny Taggart DCCC 74-75—149; T4. Peyton Austin Hut.CC 78-71—149; T4. Liam Debattista-x Hut.CC 76-73—149; T7. Charlie Herbert Hut.CC 79-72—151; T7. Saksit Jairak DCCC 75-76—151; T7. Logan Durst DCCC 76-75—151; T10. Ryohtaroh Tsuji BCCC 79-74—153; T10. Adam Price BCCC 74-79—153; T10. Hayden Garcia-x DCCC 76-77—153; 13. Chris Rushton-x DCCC 77-77—154; 14. William Barnak BCCC 77-78—155; 15. Lake Leroux-x Hut.CC 77-80—157; 16. Vincent Wilhelm GCCC 80-79—159; T17. J.D. Cervantes Hes. 83-77—160; T17. Anupon Wandee DCCC 80-80—160; T19. Jacob Roth Hes. 83-78—161; T19. Zach Miller KCK 79-82—161; T19. Kyle Powelson ACC 79-82—161; T22. Renan Laveissiere BCCC 80-82—162; T22. Dimitri Giammakopoulas Hes. 80-82—162; T24. Stanley Lewis DCCC 79-84—163; T24. Garrett Clark-x KCK 84-79—163; T26. Justin Carpenter ACC 84-80—164; T26. George Avgousti GCCC 82-82—164; T26. Nathan McCulloch Hut.CC 84-80—164; T26. Zack Gibson ACC 85-79—164; T26. Evan McBride GCCC 85-79—164; 31. Cameron Riley KCK 85-80—165; 32. Shaydon Johnson GCCC 83-83—166; T33. Chandler Roberts Hes. 85-82—167; T33. Dustin Nichols Hes. 86-81—167; 35. Bryce Farlin KCK 83-86—169; 36. Cooper Hurdin CCC 87-83—170; T37. Garrett Scott KCK 83-88—171; T37. Evin Wheaton KCK 86-85—171; 39. Max Ontjes Hut.CC 88-85—173; 40. Zach Schissler-x BCCC 89-85—174; 41. Blake Bales CCC 87-88—175; 42. Caleb Duplechin CCC 88-92—180; 43. Jacob Yochum ACC 98-86—184; 44. Tyler Gordon CCC 98-93—191.