Fox Ridge Senior Men
1. Carvin Thiessen, Dan Shaffer, Steve Firkins, Walt Long 30.
2. John Wilson, Rob Younkin, Al Gann, Joe Ramos 31.
3. Ron Bogle, Ken Lieske, Ed Hodge, Jerry Friesen, Ib Thompsen 32.
Closest to the hole on 3 — Carvin Thiessen. Longest putt on 9 — John Wilson.
Next play — 9 a.m. Monday.
Par 71, 5,639 yds.
Team scores — Cheney 298, Sterling 337, St. John-Hudson 374, Nickerson 390, Hillsboro 410. Halstead no team score.
Individuals — 1. Dylan Freund Che. 34-37—71; 2. Connor Stephenson Che. 38-35—73; 3. Zach Surface Ster. 39-37—76; 4. Harrison Middleton Che. 38-38—76; 5. Ryne Asbury Che. 39-39—78; 6. Lucas Gilmore Ster. 39-42—81; 7. Marshall Woolf SJH 43-39—82; 8. Ethan Cokely Che. 42-41—83; 9. Wyatt Schmidt Ster. 42-42—84; 10. Cooper Kohr Hal. 46-41—87; 11. Cayden Herrell Nic. 45-44—89; 12. Brian Weber Hal. 51-41—92; 13. Avery Unruh Hil. 48-44—92; 14. Mason Osborne SJH 47-48—95; 15. Austin Woolf SJH 48-48—96; 16. Wyatt Beltz Ster. 45-51—96; 17. Steven Hayse Nic. 52-45—97; 18. Daniel Ochs Nic. 49-49—98; 19. Keegan Oshea Che. 53-46—99; 20. Jayden Barrett Hal. 50-50—100; 21. Kaz Comley Ster. 50-50—100; 22. Toby Woolf SJH 51-50—101; 23. Rylie Daniels Hil. 55-49—104; 24. Adam Kolb Nic. 55-51—106; 25. Eli Dalke Hil. 51-56—107; 26. Paul Glanzer Hil. 50-57—107; 27. Jake Schroeder Ster. 57-57—114; 28. Frank Wichert Hil. 59-60—119; 29. Colton Ediger Nic. 68-54—122; 30. Zach Dittert Hil. 64-67—131; 31. Matthew Perry Nic. 71—61—132
Wichita Collegiate Inv.
Cherry Oaks GC,
Par 72, 6,300 yds. Team scores — Andover Central 294, Wichita Trinity Academy 299, Andover 306, Wellington 306, Hesston 334, Augusta 339, Buhler 347, Wichita Collegiate 361, Andale 388, Valley Center 413. Top 10 — 1. Cooper Schultz AC 32-38—70; 2. Luke Scheufler WTA 36-35—71; 3. Blake Saffell Wel. 35-36—71; 4. Deitrek Gill Wel. 39-34—73; 5. Peyton Wilson AC 37-36—73; 6. Grant Brenneman Hes. 37-37—74; 7. Weston Wilkins AC 36-38—74; 8. Jace Lawrence Wel. 39-36—75; 9. Drake Sawyer And. 38-37—75; 10. Sam Majors WTA 37-38—75.
Other Hesston scores — 23. Jace Regier 39-41—80; 32. Landon Spencer 45-43—88; 38. Lucas Roth 48-44—92; 49. Mason Farmer 55-46—101; 50. Lucas Klassen 49-54—103.
Wichita West Inv.
Team scores — Maize South 366, Derby 359.5, Emporia 313, Maize 236, Wichita Northwest 166, Derby White 160.5, Bishop Carroll 153, Newton-Hesston 142, Wichita West 90, Wichita South 73, Wichita North 61, Kapaun-Mt. Carmel 50.
200-yd. medley relay — 2. Newton A (J.Anton, Schroeder, L.Anton, Hatch) 2:10.92.
200-yd. freestyle — 4. L.Anton 2:18.50.
200-yd. IM — 2. J.Anton 2:32.73.
50-yd. freestyle — 2. Schroeder 25.90, 24. Hatch 33.80. Newton exhibitions: Aguilar 36.52, Toribio 40.20, Allen 41.31, Porter 55.34.
100-yd. butterfly — 6. J.Anton 1:09.51, 7. L.Anton 1:11.98.
100-yd. freestyle — 1. Schroeder 56.98, 15. Hatch 1:17.04, 25. Toribio 1:32.83.
200-yd. freestyle relay — 11. Newton A (Aguilar, Allen, Archibald, Porter) 2:52.56.
Prep Boys’ Team Rankings
Class 6A — 1. Shawnee Mission East (last week 1), 2. Blue Valley Northwest (2), 3. Blue Valley West (3), 4. Olathe West (4), 5. Manhattan (5). Others: Lawrence Free State, Blue Valley North, Washburn Rural.
Class 5A — 1. Salina Central (1), 2. St. James Academy (2), 3. Maize South (3), 4. Maize (4), 5. Arkansas City (5). Others: Valley Center, Andover, Bishop Carroll.
Class 4A — 1. Buhler (1), 2. Topeka Hayden (2), 3. Wichita Trinity Academy (3), 4. Abilene (5), 5. Bishop Miege (4). Others: Parsons , Independence, Winfield,
Class 3-2-1A — 1. Wichita Collegiate (1), 2. Kansas City Christian (2), 3. Central Plains (3), 4. Smoky Valley (5), 5. Sterling (4). Others: HESSTON, Conway Springs, Ellsworth.
WICHITA — Bethel College athletes Kristen Herzet and Kyle Wilson have been named the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference women’s and men’s field athletes of the week respectively for the week ending Sunday.
Saturday at the Bethel Invitational, Herzet won the discus in 40.48 meters and the hammer throw in 46.51 meters. Herzet set a new school record in the hammer throw. She leads the KCAC in the discus.
Wilson won the shot put in 16.64 meters and the discus in 46.95 meters. His shot put mark broke his own school record, leads the conference and is ranked eighth nationally in the NAIA.
It was the second time Wilson won the weekly award in the outdoor season. It was the third time Herzet won the award in the outdoor season.
Hutch CC wins
The Hutchinson Community College men’s golf team hung on to win the Jayhawk Conference Tournament II Monday and Tuesday at Sand Creek Station.
The Blue Dragons shot a team score of 306 in Tuesday’s final round for a total of 913. Hutchinson edged Dodge City Community College by two strokes. Dodge City ended the tournament with a 305 for a total of 915.
Barton County Community College fell to third place at 923, shooting a 314 in the final round. Garden City Community College was fourth at 950, followed by Hesston College at 971, Kansas City (Kan.) Community College at 990, Allen Community College at 1,022 and Coffeyville Community College at 1,084.
Hutchinson’s Charlie Crockett shot an even-par 72 Tuesday for a three-day total of 215, winning top medalist honors. Crockett finished one-under par for the tournament. He shot the low score for Tuesday’s play.
Jake Bay of Garden City was second at 221. Liam Debattista of Hutchinson was third at 223, followed by Kelby Titus of Barton County at 224 and Danny Taggert of Dodge City at 225.
Hesston College was led by J.D. Cervantes, who tied for 17th at 239. Jacob Roth was 21st at 240. Dimitri Giammakopoulas tied for 26th at 244. Chandler Roberts tied for 29th at 249. Dustin Nichols was 31st at 251.
Results from the first two Jayhawk Conference Tournaments will carry into the Jayhawk Conference Championships Monday and Tuesday at the Crestview Country Club in Wichita.
Hesston then advances to the NJCAA Division II Regionals May 6 and 7 at Bullard, Texas.
Monday and Tuesday
Sand Creek Station
Par 72, 6,733 yds.
Team scores — Hutchinson CC 312-295-306—913, Dodge City CC 304-306-305—915, Barton County CC 302-307-314—923, Garden City CC 315-315-320—950, Hesston Col. 331-318-322—971, Kansas City (Kan.) CC 330-333-327—990, Allen CC 346-327-349—1,022, Coffeyville CC 360-356-368—1,084.
Individuals (x-non-team scoring) — 1. Charlie Crockett Hut.CC 71-72-72—215; 2. Jake Bay GCCC 70-75-76—221; 3. Liam Debattista-x Hut.CC 76-73-74—223; 4. Kelby Titus BCCC 72-76-76—224; 5. Danny Taggart DCCC 74-75-76—225; T6. Saksit Jairak DCCC 75-76-76—227; T6. Peyton Austin Hut.CC 78-71-78—227; 8. Charlie Herbert Hut.CC 79-72-78—229; T9. Ryohtaroh Tsuji BCCC 79-74-79—232; T9. Logan Durst DCCC 76-75-81—232; T11. William Barnak BCCC 77-78-78—233; T11. Lake Leroux-x Hut.CC 77-80-76—233; 13. Chris Rushton-x DCCC 77-77-82—236; T14. Vincent Wilhelm GCCC 80-79-78—237; T14. Stanley Lewis DCCC 79-84-74—237; T14. Hayden Garcia-x DCCC 76-77-84—237; T17. Zach Miller KCK 79-82-78—239; T17. J.D. Cervantes Hes. 83-77-79—239; T17. Adam Price BCCC 74-79-86—239; T17. Anupon Wandee DCCC 80-80-79—239; 21. Jacob Roth Hes. 83-78-79—240; 22. Nathan McCulloch Hut.CC 84-80-78—242; T23. Cameron Riley KCK 85-80-78—243; T23. Renan Laveissiere BCCC 80-82-81—243; T23. Garrett Clark-x KCK 84-79-80—243; T26. Justin Carpenter ACC 84-80-80—244; T26. George Avgousti GCCC 82-82-80—244; T26. Dimitri Giammakopoulas Hes. 80-82-82—244; T29. Chandler Roberts Hes. 85-82-82—249; T29. Kyle Powelson ACC 79-82-88—249; 31. Dustin Nichols Hes. 86-81-84—251; T32. Evan McBride GCCC 85-79-88—252; T32. Shaydon Johnson GCCC 83-83-86—252; T32. Max Ontjes Hut.CC 88-85-79—252; 35. Garrett Scott KCK 83-88-82—253; 36. Cooper Hurdin CCC 87-83-84—254; 37. Zack Gibson ACC 85-79-91—255; 38. Zach Schissler-x BCCC 89-85-83—257; 39. Bryce Farlin KCK 83-86-89—258; T40. Blake Bales CCC 87-88-86—261; T40. Evin Wheaton KCK 86-85-90—261; 42. Jacob Yochum ACC 98-86-90—274; 43. Tyler Gordon CCC 98-93-90—281; 44. Caleb Duplechin CCC 88—92-108—288.
WICHITA — The Newton High School track team had a pair of top-four finishers, while Sedgwick had one, in the elite division of the late events Friday at the Shocker Pre-State Classic at Wichita State’s Cessna Stadium.
Newton’s Maggie Remsberg placed fourth in the elite girls’ long jump in 16-10 1/2. Damarius Peterson took fourth in the elite boys’ shot put in 52-4.
Hayley Loewen tied for second in the 6-4A girls’ high jump i n 4-10 1/2, followed by Asha Regier tied for fifth in 4-9 3/4. Savannah Garcia was sixth in the girls’ 6-4A long jump in 15-1 1/4.
Milo Jones placed sixth in the boys’ 6-4A pole vault in 11-11 3/4. Creed Ekerberg placed sixth in the 6-4A boys’ triple jump in 38-7 1/2.
Hesston won the 3-1A girls’ 4x100-meter relay in 4:16.29. Celbi Richardson won the 3-1A girls’ discus in 114-2. Caryn Yoder took second in the 3-1A girls’ 200-meter dash in 27.58.
Sedgwick’s Grace Thompson took third in the elite girls’ discus in 124-5 and ninth in the elite girls’ 200-meter dash in 26.84.
Halstead’s Aric Propst took second in the boys’ 3-1A shot put in 46-11 1/2. The Halstead boys took fifth in the 3-1A 4x400-meter relay in 3:38.33.
(New.-Newton, Hal.-Halstead, Hes.-Hesston, Sed.-Sedgwick, Bur.-Burrton, Rem.-Remington, BA-Berean Academy)
Note: relay line-ups, when listed, include alternates.
Late Friday events
3-1A 200-m. dash — 2. Caryn Yoder Hes. 27.58, 10. Elise Kaiser Hes. 29.14, 14. McKinsie Hoopes Bur. 29.49.
6-4A 200-m. dash — 12. Mariah Nicholson New. 28.14.
Elite 200-m. dash — 9. Grace Thompson Sed. 26.84.
3-1A 4x100-m. relay — 1. Hesston (Vogt, Yoder, Koehn, Kaiser, Lais, Ferralez) 4:16.29, 17. Remington (Bumgarner, Van Zelfden, Brown, Van Zelfden, Thiel) 4:53.65.
6-4A long jump — 6. Savannah Garcia New. 15-1 1/4.
Elite long jump — 4. Maggie Remsberg New. 16-10 1/2.
3-1A discus — 1. Celbi Richardson Hes. 114-2, 18. Alexis Zehr Bur. 97-3, 22. Harley Long Hal. 91-8, 29. Shaeley Day Hal. 75-9, 30. Bella Artman Rem. 75-8.
6-4A discus — 13. Enyisha Peterson New. 91-10.
Elite discus — 3. Grace Thompson Sed. 124-5.
6-4A high jump — t2. Hayley Loewen New. 4-10 1/2, t5. Asha Regier New. 4-9 3/4.
3-1A 800-m. run — 30. Craig Fee Rem. 2:20.47, 31. Johnny Yang Hes. 2:20.69, 37. Josh Day Rem. 2:32.65.
6-4A 800-m. rum — 23. Elijah Edwards New. 2:12.50.
3-1A 200-m. dash — 13. Paul Fasnacht Rem. 24.49, 24. Conner Boyd Hal. 25.15, 34. Brandon Esau Hes. 27.22.
6-4A 200-m. dash — 30. Rogello Payan New. 24.71, 39. Adan Wilmore-Lemus New. 25.24.
3-1A 4x400-m. relay — 5. Halstead (Gerber, Radke, O'Brien, Talbott, Boyd, Grider) 3:38.33, 11. Remington (Fasnacht, Thiel, Lewis, Thiessen, Day) 3:48.20, 16. Hesston (Slater, Esau, Arnold, Vogt) 3:53.29, 22. Burrton (Canada, Leis, Armstrong, Swartz, Hernandez) 4:08.81.
6-4A 4x400-m. relay — 9. Newton (Blaufuss, Thompson, Ekerberg, Jones, Edwards, Hodge) 3:43.72.
3-1A pole vault — 12. Owen Thiel Rem. 9-6 1/4.
6-4A pole vault — 6. Milo Jones New. 11-11 3/4.
3-1A triple jump — 20. Josh Day Rem. 34-5.
6-4A triple jump — 6. Creek Ekerberg 38-7 1/2, 7. Jody Perry 38-1 1/4.
3-1A shot put — 2. Aric Propst Hal. 46-11 1/2, 9. Doug Grider Hal. 43-5, 14. Chet Albin Hes. 39-11 1/4, 24. Garrett Hinz Rem. 36-8 1/4, 31. Kade Crittenden Hes. 32-6 1/4.
Elite shot put — 4. Damarius Peterson New. 52-4.
LYONS — The Hesston High School boys’ tennis team split a pair of duals meets Saturday at Lyons.
Hesston topped Conway Springs 6-3 and lost to Central Plains 8-0-1.
“This is such a fun format for us to play as each player gets to play in both singles and doubles,” Hesston coach Mark Dahlsten said. “I actually feel pretty good about the day. Conway Springs and Central Plains are both traditionally very strong teams and this year is no exception. I am obviously very pleased to have beaten Conway and felt we played well across the board. Although we didn’t win a match against Central Plains we may have actually played better against them than we did against Conway, but they are really good and
we just couldn’t win the close matches. The tennis was very high quality all across the board and I am encouraged about how we played all day.”
Hesston 6, Conway Springs 3
SINGLES — Logan Gamble H def. Luke Bellar CS 8-3; Jeb Carlson H def. Peyton Winter CS 8-3; Isaac Decker H def. Garrett Robinson CS 8-1; Cole Deutschendorf H def. Cody Jones 8-7 (7-3); Colby Osner CS def. Ethan Moran H 8-2; Zach Mercer CS def. Ben Bollinger H 8-5.
DOUBLES — Decker-Carlson H def. Winter-Koester CS 8-4; Gamble-Deutschendorf H def. Bellar-Robinson CS 8-6; Mercer-Jones CS def. Moran-Bollinger H 8-3.
Central Plains 8, Hesston 0
SINGLES — Devin Ryan CP def. Logan Gamble H 8-6; Brett Liebl CP def. Jeb Carlson H 8-7 (7-5); Paxton Hammeke CP def. Isaac Decker H 8-5; Lawson Oeser CP def. Cole Deutschendorf H 8-3; J.J. Heredia CP def. Ethan Moran H 8-1; Karter Beck CP def. Ben Bollinger H 8-5.
DOUBLES — Ryan-Leibl CP def. Decker-Carlson H 8-0; Hammeke-Oeser CP def. Gamble-Deutschendorf H 8-5; Moran-Bollinger H tied with Heredia-Beck CP 6-6 (curfew).
HESSTON — The Hesston College softball team is on a 15-game winning streak and just two games out of first place in the Jayhawk Conference Division II after recent wins.
Saturday, Hesston swept Coffeyville Community College 5-0 and 7-3 on the road. Tuesday, Hesston downed the Sterling College junior varsity 7-3. The score of the second game was not reported.
In the first game against Coffeyville, Chelsea Smith pitched a complete-game win, allowing a hit, a walk and 11 strikeouts.
Amy Bretado hit a home run and drove in three, finishing two for three at the plate.
In the second game, Hesston led 7-0, holding off a late Coffeyville rally.
Kaylen Lassley went two for four hitting with three RBIs. Paige Bittle went two for two, driving in two runs. Maleah Sandy went two for four with two RBIs.
Lassley went five innings for the win, allowing a run on eight hits with two walks and two strikeouts. Bretado went the next 1.2 innings and Smith finished the game.
Hesston is 25-11, 11-5 in conference play. With four conference games reaming, Hesston is two games behind Johnson County Community College. The Larks play Thursday at Neosho County Community College.
SMITH TAKES HONORS — Chelsea Smith was named the Jayhawk Conference Division II pitcher of the week for week nine.
The freshman from Tacoma, Wash., pitched in six games. She claimed three wins and two saves. She leads the division in wins, strikeouts and saves.
The Hesston College baseball team finished a slate of games 1-2.
Saturday, Hesston fell to Butler Community College 2-1 and 10-4 at home. Monday, Hesston beat the McPherson College junior varsity 12-3.
In the first game against Butler, Jack Maki hit a two-run home run for Butler and Nariki Fujimura hit a solo shot for Hesston.
Dillan Janak went six innings for the win for BCC, allowing four hits, two walks and three strikeouts. Bennett Scherer pitched the seventh inning for the save.
Hudson Smith took the loss for Hesston, allowing two runs on seven hits with seven walks and four strikeouts.
In the second game for BCC, Tanyon Schafer went three for three hitting, driving in four runs. Patrick Bethea went three for five with two RBIs. Parker Base hit a home run and drove in two runs.
Hesston’s Caleb Stull went three for four with a home run and three RBIs. Tate Winfield added a solo home run.
Maki threw four innings for the win. Alex Jacobs finished the game for the save. Hugo Kinebuchi took the loss for Hesston.
The Larks snapped a five-game losing streak with the win over McPherson. Robert Solcedo Diaz went three for three hitting with three RBIs. Nariki Fujimura went four for five with two RBIs. Roberts also drove in two runs. Zachary Duncan hit a solo home run.
Dane Milburn pitched the complete game, allowing two earned runs on six hits with a walk and seven strikeouts.
Hesston is 10-21 and hosts the Kansas Wesleyan junior varsity at 5 p.m. Thursday.
STERLING — Sterling College named Adam Hooker as its new head men’s basketball coach, succeeding Dean Jaderson, who resigned after 13 seasons to seek a position in the ministry.
Hooker is a native of Olathe and competed in basketball at Olathe North High School and Mid America Nazarene. After playing at MANU, he became an assistant coach under Rocky Lamar, reaching the NAIA Final Four three times and winning the NAIA Division II title in 2007.
He then coached at John F. Kennedy High School in Denver, winning the league title in 2018 and reaching the state tournament in back-to-back seasons.
Hooker inherits a program that finished 6-21 last season, 5-19 in KCAC play.
NAIA to add
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics will add men’s and women’s bowling as a championship sport beginning with the 2019-20 school year.
To be approved as a championship sport in the NAIA, it must be sponsored by at least 40 schools.
There are currently 44 men’s teams and 48 women’s teams sponsored by NAIA schools.