PREP SOFTBALL

Central Kansas League

Hillsboro 16, Halstead 4

Hillsboro 17, Halstead 7

HILLSBORO — The Halstead Dragon softball team dropped a pair of games to the Hillsboro Trojans Tuesday in Central Kansas League play.

Halstead lost 16-4 and 17-7. The first game was called after five innings on the 10-run rule. The second game was called in the sixth inning.

In the first game, Hillsboro scored nine runs in the second inning to take command.

Skylre Stucky went the distance for Hillsboro, allowing four runs on 13 hits with a walk and two strikeouts.

Dani Klein went three for three hitting with five RBIs. Cheyenne Bernhardt went three for four with three RBIs. Ava Weisbeck went two for four with two RBIs.

Abby Church went two for three for Halstead with two RBIs. Brittley Day went two for three with an RBI.

Erin Newman took the loss for Halstead. Addyson Mueller pitched three innings.

In the second game, Hillsboro scored in every inning. Halstead scored in innings one, three, five and six.

Cheyenne Bernhardt went three for four hitting with a home run and six RBIs. Klein went three for four with four RBIs. Trinity Malm went three for four with two RBIs.

Day went two for two hitting for Halstead with two RBIs. Madyson Beckett went three for four with a double, a triple and an RBI. Hailey Kelley drove in two runs.

Bernhardt pitched five innings for the win, striking out two. Stucky finished the game.

Solle-Anne Werner took the loss for Halstead.

Hillsboro is 6-2. Halstead is 4-6 and plays Tuesday at Hoisington.

First game

Halstead;022;00;—4;13;0

Hillsboro;193;3x;—16;19;0

Newman (L), Mueller 2 and n/a; Stucky (W) and n/a.

Second game

Halstead;103;021;—7;10;0

Hillsboro;243;413;—17;19;3

Werner (W), Divine 3, Mueller 5 and n/a; Bernhardt (W), Stucky 6 and n/a. HR — Hil.: Bernhardt.

Hoisington 16, Hesston 1

Hoisington 15, Hesston 0

HOISINGTON — The Hesston High School softball team dropped a pair of CKL games to Hoisington Tuesday on the road.

Hoisington won 16-1 and 15-0. The first game ended in three innings on the 15-run rule. The second game ended in four innings.

In the first game, Hoisington scored in all three innings. Hesston scored in the top of the first.

Kassidy Nixon went two for two hitting for Hoisington with a home run and five RBIs. Brooklyn Diederich went two for two for Hesston with an RBI.

Taylor Boxberger pitched the win for Hoisington, allowing a run on six hits with two walks and six strikeouts. Emily Schmidt took the loss for Hesston.

In the second game, Hoisington took a 4-0 lead in the first two innings and scored 11 in the fourth.

Nixon pitched the win in the second game, striking out four, allowing two hits and walking two. Schmidt took the loss for Hesston.

Skyler Eidson went three for three hitting with three RBIs. Shaylah Kempke and Brooke Steinert each went two for two hitting with two RBIs. Gracie Aylword hit a solo home run.

Hoisington is 8-2. Hesston is 1-11 and plays Tuesday at Lyons.

First game

Hesston;100;—1;6;2

Hoisington;673;—16;8;0

Schmidt (L) and Ecker; Boxberger (W) and Eidson. HR — Hoi.: Nixon.

Second game

Hesston;000;( 0);—0;2;2

Hoisington;220;(11);—15;14;0

Schmidt (L), Carter and Ecker; Nixon (W) and Eidson. HR — Hoi.: Aylword.

Heart of America

Sedgwick 17, Inman 11

Sedgwick 11, Inman 10

SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinals claimed a pair of high-scoring wins over Inman Tuesday in Heart of America League play in Sedgwick.

The Cardinals won 17-11 and 11-10.

Down 9-6 in the first game, Sedgwick scored eight runs in the fifth inning and three more in the sixth. Inman scored a pair of runs in the seventh.

Anna Liby went two for four hitting for Sedgwick, driving in six runs. Taylinn Lacey, Melissa Juhnke and Brianne Caitlin each drove in two runs. Juhnke went three for three hitting.

Rachel Harman drove in three runs for Inman. Kennedy Shober went two for five with two RBIs.

Lacey pitched the win for Sedgwick, allowing three earned runs on six hits with two walks and three strikeouts.

Shober took the loss for Inman, allowing 12 earned runs on eight hits with 11 walks and seven strikeouts.

Sedgwick overcame 14 errors in the game.

The Cardinals overcame 16 errors in the second game.

Down 7-2, Sedgwick scored six runs in the fifth inning and another in the sixth. Inman regained the lead with three runs in the top of the seventh, but Sedgwick scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh for the win.

Juhnke went four for five hitting for Sedgwick, driving in five runs. Lacey went three for four with an RBI.

Halee Konrade went two for four for Inman.

Lacey claimed the win in the second game, allowing no earned runs on three hits with four walks and six strikeouts. Hope Schriner took the loss for Inman, allowing three earned runs on 15 hits with five walks and four strikeouts.

Inman is 1-9. Sedgwick is 6-4 and hosts Sterling at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday.

First game

Inman;321;030;2;—11;6;3

Sedgwick;400;283;x;—17;8;14

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

Second game

Inman;140;020;3;—10;3;6

Sedgwick;101;061;2;—11;15;16

Schriner and n/a; Lacey (W) and n/a.

Moundridge 12, Little Rv. 7

Moundridge 18, Little Rv. 3

LITTLE RIVER — The Moundridge Wildcats claimed a pair of wins over Little River Tuesday in Heart of America League play in Little River.

Moundridge won 12-7 and 18-3. The second game was called in the fifth inning on the 10-run rule.

Tied 3-3 after four innings in the first game, Moundridge outscored the Redskins 9-4 in the final three innings.

Zizi Sebrant went four for five hitting for Moundridge in the first game, driving in three runs. Keira Sebrant hit a home run, driving in two runs. Ellen

Durst also drove in two runs.

Michelle Loder and Bella Debaere each went three for four hitting for Little River. Debaere drove in a run. Kailynn Atkinson and Anna Birdson each had two hits with an RBI.

Zizi Sebrant pitched the win, allowing five earned runs on 13 hits with three walks and nine strikeouts.

Atkinson pitched the loss, allowing eight earned runs on 13 hits with five walks and four strikeouts.

In the second game, Moundridge scored in every inning, using a seven-run third to create separation.

Zizi Sebrant went two for four hitting with five RBIs.

Keira Sebrant drove in three runs. Erin Durst and Kate Eichelberger each drove in two runs. Eichelberger went two for three hitting. Erin Durst hit two sacrifice flies.

Emma McBride went two for two for Little River.

Makenzie Elmore pitched for Moundridge, allowing one earned run on five hits with two walks and two stikeouts. McBride took the loss for Little River. Debaere also pitched.

Little River is 2-6. Moundridge is 8-2 and play at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Inman.

First game

Moundridge;002;132;4;—12;13;4

Little Rv.;002;120;2;—7;13;3

Z.Sebrant (W) and K.Sebrant; Atkinson (L) and Ma.Loder. HR — M: K.Sebrant.

Second game

Moundridge;517;14;—18;10;5

Little Rv.;100;20;—3;5;4

Elmore (W) and Er.Durst; McBride (L), Debaere 3 and Birdsong.

PREP BASEBALL

Central Kansas League

Hillsboro 10, Halstead 5

Hillsboro 7, Halstead 3

HILLSBORO — The Halstead High School baseball team was swept by Hillsboro Tuesday in Central Kansas League play in Hillsboro.

The Trojans won 10-5 and 7-3 to improve to 5-3 overall and in league play.

In the first game, Halstead jumped out to a 5-0 lead, but Hillsboro came back with three runs in the third inning, five runs in the fifth and two more in the sixth.

Brooks Gardner went five innings for the win for Hillsboro, allowing three earned runs on two hits with five walks and nine strikeouts. Caleb Potucek finished the game for the save, allowing two hits, a walk and three strikeouts.

Chandler Drake took the loss for Halstead, allowing six earned runs on six hits with four walks and six strikeouts. Kevin Murphy finished the game, allowing three runs on five hits.

Jorge Hanschu drove in three runs for Hillsboro. Jaxxon Hanschu went two for two with two RBIs. Matt Potucek went three for four hitting with an RBI.

Drake and David Schulte each drove in a run for Halstead.

Halstead scored a pair of runs in the second inning of the second game, but Hillsboro came back with two runs in the third inning, two runs in the fourth and three in the sixth. Halstead managed to push a run across in the top of the seventh.

Landon Roberts went 6.1 innings for Hillsboro for the win, allowing two earned runs on five hits with three walks and four strikeouts. Caleb Potucek pitched the final two outs.

Dawson Driskill took the loss for Halstead, allowing four runs on five hits with four walks and four strikeouts. Carson Considine finished the game, allowing three runs with three hits, three walks and a strikeout.

Hunter Hein and Matt Potucek each drove in two runs for Hillsboro.

Carter Hiebert went two for three hitting for Halstead, driving in a run.

Halstead is 3-7 and plays Tuesday at Hoisington.

First game

Halstead;131;000;0;—5;4;1

Hillsboro;003;052;x;—10;11;5

Drake (L), Murphy 5 and Schulte; Gardner (W), C.Potucek (S) 6 and n/a.

Second game

Halstead;020;000;1;—3;5;2

Hillsboro;002;203;x;—7;8;2

Driskill (L), Considine 4 and Schulte; Roberts (W), C.Potucek 7 and Jo.Hanschu.

Heart of America

Sedgwick 8, Inman 0

Sedgwick 13, Inman 6

SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinals hit the mid-point of the season unbeaten after a sweep of Inman Tuesday in Heart of America League play.

Sedgwick won 8-0 and 13-6.

In the first game, Nolan Crumrine tossed a one-hit shutout, striking out 12 of the 22 batters he faced.

Sedgwick took command of the game on the offensive side with four runs in the fourth inning to lead 6-0.

Lance Hoffsommer went two for two hitting with an RBI. Kale Schroeder, Crumrine, Austin Harjo and Henry Burns each drove in a run.

A Carter Brown double prevented a Sedgwick no-hitter.

Kyler Konrade struck out six in six innings for the loss. Brown struck out three.

Tied 6-6 in the second game, Sedgwick broke out with seven runs in the bottom of the sixth inning for the win.

Trey Siemens hit a three-run home run for Sedgwick in the third inning, finishing the game two for four hitting with four RBIs. Hooper Schroeder, Colton Smith, Lance Hoffsommer and Burns drove in two runs each. Smith finished the game three for four hitting.

Carter Brown went three for three hitting for Inman with a three-run home run.

Andrew Hoffsommer went six innings on the mound for Sedgwick, allowing five earned runs on four hits with a walk and 13 strikeouts. Trey Bright finished the game.

Landen Snyder took the loss for Inman, striking out three. Carter Brown struck out four.

Sedgwick, 10-0, plays April 26 at Marion.

First game

Inman;000;000;0;—0;1;4

Sedgwick;101;420;x;—8;6;1

Konrade (L), Leonhardt 5, Co.Brown 5 and Ca.Brown; Crumrine (W) and Lacey.

Second game

Inman;103;002;0;—6;4;1

Sedgwick;006;007;x;—13;16;1

Snyder (L), Co.Brown 5, Ca.Brown 5 and Ca.Brown, n/a 5; A.Hoffsommer (W), Bright 7 and N.Schroeder. HR — I: Ca.Brown. S: Siemens.

Little Rv. 12, Moundridge 8

Little Rv. 8, Moundridge 6

LITTLE RIVER — The Moundridge Wildcats suffered a pair of close losses to Little River Tuesday in Heart of America League play in Little River.

Little River won 12-8 and 8-6.

Moundridge outhit Little River 12-8 in the first game, but five errors led to five unearned runs.

Remington Creed and Cody Hazelton each had two RBIs for Moundridge. Jon Schlosser went two for three hitting, while Hazelton was two for four.

Cross Lintecum took the loss for Moundridge. Lintecum, Wyatt Falco and Schlosser each struck out two.

In the second game, five Moundridge errors led to two unearned runs. Moundridge held a 10-9 hitting edge.

The Wildcats led 4-1 after the first inning, but Little River came back with two runs in the third and four in the fourth.

Falco and Hazelton both went two for three hitting with two RBIs. Creed went three for four with an RBI.

Kohl took the loss pitching, striking out four. Falco struck out two.

Little River is 7-3.

Moundridge is 7-5 and plays Tuesday at Inman.

First game

Moundridge;015;200;0;—8;12;5

Little Rv.;213;420;x;—12;8;3

Lintecum (L), Falco 4, Schlosser 5 and Falco, Kohl 4, Falco 5; Stephens (W), Richardson (S) 5 and Sears.

Second game

Moundridge;400;000;2;—6;10;5

Little Rv.;102;410;x;—8;9;1

Kohl (L), Schlosser 6, Falco 6 and Falco, Kohl 6; Richardson, Garrison (W) 1 and Sears.

Non league

Life Prep 25, Remington 11

Life Prep 18, Remington 2

WHITEWATER — The Remington Broncos dropped a pair of games to Life Prep Tuesday in non-league play in Whitewater.

Remington fell 25-11 and 18-2. The second game was called after two innings.

Life Prep led the first game 14-11 after five innings, scoring three runs in the sixth inning and eight in the seventh.

The two teams combined for 25 errors, leading to 22 unearned runs.

Remington used five pitchers with Brayden Lunsford taking the loss.

Max Reese was three for four hitting for Remington, driving in two runs.

Remington was held to one hit in the second game. Life Prep scored 16 runs in the second inning. The Broncos were charged with seven errors.

Cole Sommers’ double was the sole hit for the Broncos.

Nathan Forster took the loss for Remington.

Remington is 1-9 and plays at 4 p.m. Thursday at home against Hillsboro.

First game

Life Prep;450;143;8;—25;16;11

Remington;134;120;0;—11;8;14

Rodriguez (W), Burrows 5 and n/a; Lundford (L), Spencer 2, Wright 4, Scribner 5, Saunders 6 and Taylor. HR — LP: Burrows, Cartwright.

Second game

Life Prep;2(16);—18;6;0

Remington;2;( 0);—2;1;7

Cartwright (W) and n/a; Forster (L), Hays 2, Scribner 2 and Taylor.