Railer bowlers

third at meet

WICHITA — The Newton High School girls’ took second and the boys took third Friday at a bowling triangular at West Acres Bowl in Wichita.

In the girls’ division, Hutchinson won at 2,149, followed by Newton at 1,760 and Maize at 1,698.

In the boys’ division, Huthcinson won at 2,475, followed by Maize at 2,353 and Newton at 2,070.

Breclen Philbrick of Hutchinson had the girls’ high series of 640, while teammates Bre Mayes was second at 552 and McKenzie Dunigan was third at 486.

Philbrick had the high game of 255, while Mayes rollwed a 213. Philbrick added a 194.

Newton’s McKayla Garton was fourth at 475. Other Newton bowlers were Myriah Nicholson at 447, Erina Fujitate at 442, Laura Nervi at 396, Cadence Altum at 351 and Cori Lyall at 315.

Garton had Newton’s high game of 174.

In the boys’ competition, Grayson Graham of Maize had the high series of 736. Dalton Hobbs of Hutchinson was second at 733 and Dakota Philbrick of Hutchinson was third at 588.

Hobbs had the high game of 268. Graham followed at 266 and 245.

Newton was led by Joey Gile with a 575 series. Dehann Nelson rolled a 487, followed by Patrick Vasquez at 480, Carsen Ebert at 471, Kobe Burns at 465 and Cooper Burns at 459.

Gile had Newton’s high game of 203.

Newton travels to Emporia at 2:30 p.m. Thursday for a triangular with Topeka High at Flint Hills Lanes.

Varsity girls

Newton;gm1;gm2;gm3;ser.

Garton, McKayla;145;174;156;—475

Fujitate, Erina;126;150;166;—442

Nicholson, Myriah;147;157;143;—447

Nervi, Laura;124;139;133;—396

Altum, Cadence;117;109;125;—351

Lyall, Cori;102;110;103;—315

TOTALS;542;620;598;—1,760

Hutchinson;gm1;gm2;gm3;ser.

Philbrick, Brecken;191;194;255;—640

Krol, Teagan;105;11;152;—268

Mayes, Bre;187;213;152;—552

Dunigan, McKenzie;159;177;150;—486

Goans, Cassidy;162;157;138;—457

Baxter, Ciandra;117;134;128;—379

TOTALS;699;741;709;—2,149

Maize;gm1;gm2;gm3;ser.

Dover, Brianna;134;105;160;—399

Fiola, Addison;91;126;75;—292

Rozner, Mary;170;136;159;—465

Wray, Hanna;143;114;148;—405

Longacre, Callen;143;130;124;—397

Perkins, Anjolee;113;125;118;—356

TOTALS;590;517;591;—1,698

Varsity boys

Newton;gm1;gm2;gm3;ser.

Gile, Joey;180;192;203;—575

Burns, Kobe;179;130;156;—465

Vasquez, Patrick;148;182;150;—480

Burns, Cooper;155;134;170;—459

Nelson, Dehann;156;171;160;—487

Ebert, Carsen;170;128;173;—471

TOTALS;685;679;706;—2,070

Hutchinson;gm1;gm2;gm3;ser.

Goldsmith, Kaden;202;175;180;—557

Hobbs, Dalton;268;239;226;—733

Werth, Kyle;143;168;167;—478

Philbrick, Dakota;194;216;178;—588

Jefferson, Aaron;149;157;215;—521

Green, Jaxson;181;197;182;—560

TOTALS;845;827;803;—2,475

Maize;gm1;gm2;gm3;ser.

Vest, Vaughn;130;223;123;—476

Graham, Jackson;181;151;155;—487

Graham, Grayson;266;225;245;—736

Reed, Mason;194;185;174;—553

Smith, Chaz;170;164;140;—474

Twist, Eli;155;174;161;—490

TOTALS;811;807;735;—2,353

JV Girls

Newton 1,448, Hutchinson 1,340

Newton;gm1;gm2;gm3;ser.

Grattan, Hailey;138;157;155;—450

Petita, Maria;106;133;95;—334

St Peter, Anna;86;122;101;—309

Tilden, Ebony;118;130;107;—355

TOTALS;448;542;458;—1,448

JV Boys

Newton 1,805, Hutchinson 1,747, Maize 1,725

Newton;gm1;gm2;gm3;ser.

Lettau, Gage;148;146;157;—451

Brackeen, Jett;162;124;128;—414

Montano, Alfie;132;129;149;—410

Mick, Christopher;124;135;130;—389

Baldwin, Callan;127;145;116;—388

Downey, Aaron;169;183;149;—501

TOTALS;611;609;585;—1,805

BC women

set record

McPHERSON — Abby Schmidt scored 22 points with 11 rebounds to lift the Bethel College women’s basketball team to an 83-65 win over McPherson Saturday in KCAC play in McPherson.

Bethel hit 29 of 49 from the field for 59.2 percent, a single-game school record that was set in 1995 against then Bartlesville Wesleyan (now Oklahoma Wesleyan).

Bethel snaps a two-game losing streak. The Threshers are 12-14, 8-12 in KCAC play. With four games remaining, the Threshers are in ninth place in the conference. Bethel is a game behind both Southwestern and Oklahoma Wesleyan for the final two spots in the post-season tournament.

McPherson falls to 12-15, 8-13 in the conference.

Bethel and McPherson split the regular-season series.

Schmidt was nine of 11 shooting and blocked three shots.

Leading 18-13 after the first quarter, Bethel broke out to lead 43-29 at the half. Bethel led 64-52 after three quarters and pulled back out in the fourth.

Josie Calzonetti scored 15 points for Bethel, followed by Macie Price with 14 and Brielle Hampton with 12. Alex Bearup had seven assists.

Brittany Roberts led McPherson with 23 points and eight rebounds. Britney Jarvis added 13 points.

Bethel hosts Friends at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The Falcons are 13-14, 10-11 in KCAC play. Friends is on a three-game winning streak after stopping Oklahoma Wesleyan 91-65. Friends edged Bethel 54-52 earlier this season.

BETHEL (12-14, 8-12 KCAC) — Schmidt 9-11 4-11 22, Calzonetto 5-9 2-2 15, Price 3-6 6-6 14, Hampton 4-8 4-8 12, Bearup 4-9 0-0 8, Newman 3-4 2-2 8, Vargas 1-2 2-2 4, Tenant 0-0 0-0 0, TOTALS 29-49 20-31 83.

McPHERSON (12-15, 8-13 KCAC) — Roberts 9-22 5-8 23, Jarvis 5-8 0-0 13, Holt 2-8 2-4 6, Moseley 2-7 2-2 6, Branscum 1-2 0-0 2, Ates 2-5 2-4 6, Schultehenrich 2-3 0-0 5, Upchurch 1-1 0-0 2, Gillen 0-3 2-2 2, Harlow 0-1 0-0 0, Abunaja 0-1 0-0 0, Griffin 0-2 0-0 0, Hurst 0-3 0-0 0, Olivar 0-0 0-0 0, TOTALS 24-66 13-20 65.

Bethel;18;25;21;19;—83

McPherson;13;16;23;13;—65

Total fouls — BC 14, MC 23. Technical fouls — none. Fouled out — none. 3-point shooting — BC 5-12 (Calzonetti 3-5, Price 2-5, Hampton 0-1, Bearup 0-1), MC 4-11 (Roberts 0-1, Jarvis 3-4, Schultehenrich 1-2, Gillen 0-3, Griffin 0-1). Rebounds — BC 38 (Schmidt 11), MC 29 (Roberts 8). Assists — BC 16 (Bearup 7), MC 10 (Roberts 2, Holt 2, Moseley 2). Turnovers — BC 22 (Bearup 7), MC 15 (Roberts 4). Blocked shots — BC 6 (Schmidt 3), MC 1 (Abunaja 1). Steals — BC 9 (Bearup 5), MC 10 (Ates 3).

Bethel men

fall to Mac

McPHERSON — The Bethel College men’s basketball team suffered a setback in its effort to stay among the top four in the KCAC with an 87-83 loss to McPherson College Saturday in McPherson.

Bethel has a three-game winning streak halted and falls to 18-8, 13-7 in KCAC play. Bethel falls to a tie for fifth in the conference, a half-game behind McPherson and Friends. Bethel is two-games out of first in the conference with four games remaining.

McPherson improves to 19-8, 14-7 in the conference.

Bethel and McPherson split the regular-season series.

Bethel led 44-35 at the half. The Threshers led by as many as 12 in the second half. McPherson tied the game with 11:41 remaining in regulation. Bethel got back out by 11 with 5:29 to play, but gave up an 11-0 run.

McPherson took the lead with a Lual Magot shot with 1:34 to play. The Bulldogs then hit two of four free throws. Terrell Marshall got Bethel back within two with nine second left, Kenryn Jenkins hit two of four free throws with seven seconds to play.

Doran Page led McPherson with 23 points off the bench. Magot added 22.

Poe Bryant led Bethel with 24 points and 10 rebounds. Jaylon Scott scored 17 points, followed by Garrett White with 14 and Dakota Foster with 12.

Bethel returns home at 8 p.m. Wednesday against Friends.

Friends is 16-10, 14-7 in the conference, beating Oklahoma Wesleyan 75-71 in overtime. Bethel fell to Friends 77-76 earlier this season in Wichita.

BETHEL (18-8, 13-7) — Bryant 8-17 6-8 24, Scott 7-12 1-1 17, Ga.White 6-14 2-5 14, Foster 4-7 3-4 12, Marshall 4-6 1-3 9, Byrd II 1-2 3-4 5, Flowers 1-1 0-0 2, Gr.White 0-1 0-0 0, TOTALS 21-60 16-25 83.

McPHERSON (19-8, 14-7) — Magot 8-12 4-6 22, Hightower 4-10 1-2 9, Shelvin 2-8 0-0 5, Maccoy 2-5 0-0 4, Watts 2-2 0-0 4, Paige 8-16 4-5 23, Munsen 4-4 1-2 9, Jenkins 1-2 5-6 7, Rivers 1-4 0-0 2, McCrary 0-0 2-4 2, TOTALS 32-63 17-25 87.

Bethel;44;39;—83

McPherson;35;52;—87

Total fouls — BC 19, MC 22. Technical fouls — none. Fouled out — none. 3-point shooting — BC 5-23 (Bryant 2-7, Scott 2-6, Ga.White 0-5, Foster 1-3, Marshall 0-1, Gr.White 0-1), MC 6-23 (Magot 2-3, Hightower 0-5, Shelvin 1-6, Maccoy 0-2, Paige 3-7). Rebounds — BC 31 (Bryant 10), MC 38 (Magot 9). Assists — BC 10 (Marshall 4), MC 11 (Watts 2, Paige 2, Rivers 2). Turnovers — BC 16 (Ga.White 4, Foster 4), MC 16 (Shelvin 4). Blocked shots — BC 3 (Scott 3), MC 2 (Munsen 1, Jenkins 1). Steals — BC 8 (Ga.White 5), MC 8 (Maccoy 2, Paige 2).

BC softball

2-2 at classic

FORT WORTH — The Bethel College softball team opened the season with a 2-2 finish at the NAIA Cowtown Classic Friday and Saturday at Gateway Park in Fort Worth.

Bethel opened the season with a 12-0 loss to third-ranked (NAIA) Oklahoma City. Bethel beat the University of the Southwest 7-2 and Southwestern Assemblies of God 8-0 in five innings. Bethel finished with a 5-4 loss to Central Baptist, which received votes in the NAIA pre-season poll.

The game was scoreless against Oklahoma City for the first three innings. The Stars then broke things open with three runs in the fourth, three more in the fifth and six runs in the seventh.

Jaden Shores threw 4.1 innings of relief for the win, striking out five. Starter Shelbey Cornelson also struck out five.

Nichole Robinson drove in three runs for the Stars. Mallory McCoy, Baileigh Loux and Shores each drove in two runs. Loux hit a home run. Kennedy Jackson, Loux, Sarah Fisher and Shores each had two hits.

Rylie Scudder took the loss for Bethel.

Against the University of the Southwest, Bethel took a 5-1 lead after three innings. Southwest scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the fifth, which Bethel matched in the top of the seventh.

Bethel newcomer Brianna Reeves went four for four hitting. Krystal Castorena, Peyton Uznanski and Amber Mott each went two for four. Castorena and Mott each drove in two runs. Castorena also had two triples.

Rachel Duer tossed four innings for the win, striking out four. Alix Gallop and Riley Johnson finished the game.

Lauren Paredes threw 6.1 innings for the loss. Destiny Villegas, Mikayla Martinez, Hannah Slaight and Michaela Trevino each had two hits for the Mustangs.

Against Southwestern Assemblies of God, Bethel scored a run in the first, five runs in the third and two runs in the fourth, ending the game in five innings on the eight-run rule.

Scudder tossed the complete-game shutout, striking out two and walking one.

Kerrigan Simons, Sydney Harper and Ariole O’Neal each drove in two runs. Kailey Gonzales and Laura Pineda each had three hits.

Taylor Steele took the loss for SAGU.

In the classic finale, Central Baptist scored two runs in the bottom of the fifth and held off the Threshers for the next two innings.

Down 3-0, Bethel scored four runs in the top of the fifth.

Baleigh Jackson drove in three runs for CBU. Alyssa Estrada, Katie Gordon and Makenzye Gregory each added an RBI. No CBU player had more than one hit.

Allie St. John threw 2.1 innings of relief for the win. Starter Kalyne Powell struck out four.

Scudder took the loss for Bethel in relief of Gallop and Johnson.

Peyton Uznanski went two for four hitting for Bethel with an RBI. Harper, Pineda and Emalee Overbay each drove in a run.

Bethel plays Coffey College at noon Tuesday in Nevada, Mo.

vs. Oklahoma City

Okla.City;000;303;6;—12;12;0

Bethel;000;000;0;—0;3;2

Cornelson, Shores (W, 1-0) 3 and Loux; Scudder (L, 0-1), Johnson 5, Gallop 6 and Overbay. HR — OC: Loux (1). Time — 1:30.

vs. University of the Southwest

Bethel;041;000;2;—7;14;4

Southwest;010;020;0;—3;10;1

Duer (W, 1-0), Gallop 5, Johnson (S, 1) 5 and Uznanski; Paredes (L), Otto 7 and Villegas. Time — 1:30.

vs. Southwestern Assemblies of God

Bethel;105;20;—8;14;0

SAGU;000;00;—0;6;1

Scudder (W, 1-1) and Overbay; Steele (L), Ortega 3 and Guadarrama. Time — 1:30.

vs. Central Baptist

Bethel;000;040;0;—4;6;0

Cent.Bapt.;021;020;x;—5;8;0

Gallop, Johnson 4, Scudder (L, 1-2) 5 and Uznanski; Powell, St. John (W) 5 and Powell. Time — 2:12.

BC tennis

postponed

The Bethel College pre-season tennis meet against Seward County Community College scheduled for Monday in Liberal has been postponed because of weather.

No make-up date has been set.

Hesston men

fall to FSCC

HESSTON — The Hesston College men’s basketball team fell to Fort Scott Community College 84-75 Saturday in Jayhawk Conference Division II play in Hesston.

The loss was Hesston’s fifth straight.

Hesston trailed 50-31 at the half.

Kannon Jones led Fort Scott with 21 points. Vincent Barron added 19. Craig Jordan and Thaddeus Allen each scored 11 points. Peter Simon scored 10. Kevin Shead Jr. had 13 rebounds.

Jacob Baker and Derrick Magiya each had 16 points for Hesston. Magiya had nine rebounds. Reese Nebel scored 15 points and Conway Spencer scored 10.

Fort Scott is 16-9, 3-3 in Jayhawk II play.

Hesston is 13-10, 1-5 in Jayhawk II play, and hosts Kansas City (Kan.) Community College at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday.

HC women

drop game

HESSTON — The Hesston College women’s basketball team fell to Fort Scott Community College 85-73 Saturday at Yost Center.

Hesston led 29-23 after the first quarter and 45-42 at the half. Fort Scott went on an 18-12 run in the third quarter and continued to outscore the Larks in the fourth.

Destiny Ellis scored 30 points for Fort Scott. Kelsie Mahone scored 17, followed by Aniya Keeling with 15 and Karlena Keller with 14.

Sydney Bontrager led Hesston with 22 points and 24 rebounds. Destiny Kessay scored 20 points. Brandaija Johnson scored 11 points. Gina DeFazio had 11 rebounds.

Fort Scott is 3-19, 1-5 in Jayhawk II play. Hesston is 5-20, 1-5 in Jayhawk II play. Hesston hosts Kansas City (Kan.) Community College at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Hesston baseball

1-3 for weekend

DALLAS — The Hesston College baseball team finished the weekend 1-3 against Mountain View Community College in Dallas.

Hesston fell 19-3 and 11-7 on Friday. The Larks won the first game Saturday 14-7, but lost the nightcap 6-2.

In the first game of the series, freshman Sean Maple was two for three for the Larks with a home run and three RBIs. Grant Bloyer was two for two.

Shoei Imazurni took the loss.

In the second game of the series, Natty Solomon and Kauy Kuhn each drove in two runs. Kuhn had a home run. Robert Salcedo went two for four with an RBI.

Easton Unruh took the loss.

The stats for Sunday’s games were not reported.

Hesston is 2-3 and plays Northwestern Oklahoma State’s junior varsity at noon Thursday in a doubleheader in Alva, Okla.

Hesston wrestlers

fourth at Circle

TOWANDA — The Hesston High School wrestling team finished fourth at the 27-team Circle Invitational Friday and Saturday in Towanda.

Fontenac won the tourney with 220 points, followed by Larned at 153.5, Nickerson at 139, Hesston at 99 and Eureka at 95.

Remington was 15th at 60 and Halstead tied for 17th at 51.

Hesston was led by Ethan Parrott, who took third at heavyweight. Jason Hecht and Owen O’Halloran each took fourth at 138 pounds and 195 pounds respectively. Taking sixth were Michael Friesen at 132 pounds, Dominic Clopton at 182 pounds and Nathan Whitsitt at 220 pounds.

“We are somewhat pleased with where we finished as a team in our biggest tournament of the season, but there are some things that need to be fixed as we prepare for the CKL tournament and regionals,” Hesston coach Doug Broadfoot said “Close matches need to fall in our favor, so we’ll continue working on finishing takedowns and pins. We tend to finish tournaments where we are seeded and need to toughen up and seize opportunities and win some upset matches. We felt Ethan Parrott and Owen O’Halloran wrestled tough. Owen lost two matches to the same Smoky Valley wrestler whom he has never beaten. He’s getting closer. Jason Hecht had a very tough weight class, but finished right where he was seeded at number four, but we think he has another level of ability that he can get to before regionals. Having six medalists was fun, but we believe we have it in us to wrestle tougher.”

Remington was led by Wyatt Wright, who won the title at 120 pounds, stopping Tom VanValkenburg of Council Grove with a 14-5 major decision on the finals.

Hagen Taylor was fourth at 160. Taking was were Grayson Graber at 126.

For Halstead, Gabe Brown was fourth at heavyweight, Kaleb Wise was fifth at 182 and Kaden Lopes was sixth at 195.

Halstead and Hesston compete in the Central Kansas League championships at 2 p.m. Thursday at Nickerson. Remington hosts the Remington Invitational at 9 a.m. Saturday.

Circle Invitational

Friday and Saturday

Team scores — Frontenac 220, Larned 153.5, Nickerson 139, Hesston 99, Eureka 95, Coffeyville 84, Douglass 84, Ellis 84, Council Grove 76.5, Chaparral 75.5, Parsons 74, Buhler 73, Smoky Valley 63.5, Hillsboro 61, Remington 60, Cherryvale 59, Cheney 51, Halstead 51, Girard 49.5, Garden Plain 44, Central Burden 21, Clearwater 21, Labette County 16, Stafford 13, Flint Hills 12, Bluestem 7, Circle 7.

Hesston results

113 — Juliene Wald (0-2): 1. L Dillen Hook (Larned) 2:14; C1. bye; C2. L Joe Franks (Coffeyville) 6-1.

132 — 6. Michael Friesen (3-3): 1. L Bennie Adarr (Frontenac) 9-6; C1. W Corbin Weers (Larned) 2:04; C2. W Josh Adams (Bluestem) 6-1; CQF. W Connor Olivera (Girard) 6-4; CSF. L Colton Bacon (Council Grove) 6-5; 5th. L Garrett Helmer (Hillsboro) 5-0.

138 — 4. Jason Hecht (3-2): 1. W Gabe Gordon (Garden Plain) 2:00; QF. W Jarrett Angle (Chaparral) 4:39; SF. L Dawson Lapping (Frontenac) 16-1 tech.fall (4:16); CSF. W Jason Hecht (Hesston) 8-6 OT; CF. L Jarrett Angle (Chaparral) 2-0.

145 — Garrett Slater (1-2): 1. W Colton Smith (Flint Hills) 3:04; QF. L Jordan Bachman (Hillsboro) 4:57; C2. L Drew Bollinger (Frontenac) 9-1 maj.dec.

152 — Malachi Holmes (2-2): 1. W Ivan Gutierrez (Halstead) 13:04; QF. L Sam Elliott (Buhler) 14-5 maj.dec.; C2. W Ethan Scheirlman (Cherryvale) :45; CQF. L William Stokesberry (Coffeyville) 7-0.

170 — Cody Wohlgemuth (0-2): 1. L Baxter Finley (Parsons) 1:09; C1. L Josh Kramer (Larned) 2:20.

182 — 6. Domanic Clopton (3-3): 1. W Kaleb Wise (Halstead) 9-6; QF. L Carter Atteberry (Larned) 14-1 maj.dec.; C2. W Braiden Bachman (Coffeyville) :38; CQF. W Austin Rempel (Hillsboro) 1:59; CSF. L Dax Hopp (Smoky Valley) 10-0 maj.dec.; 5th. L Kaleb Wise (Halstead) 10-3.

195 — 4. Owen O'Halloran (4-2): 1. W Kenny McCool (Central Burden) :11; QF. L Tanner Luttig (Smoky Valley) 11-3 maj.dec.; C2. W Isaiah Wasson (Douglass) 1:26; CQF. W Mitchell House (Labette County) :46; CSF. W Toby Woodworth (Ellis) 2-1; CF. L Tanner Luttig (Smoky Valley) 6-2.

220 — Nathan Whitsitt (3-3): 1. W Tylar Cheek (Circle) 2:28; QF. L Ricky Ellis (Parsons) :00; C2. W Josh Boore (Girard) 3:40; CQF. W Griffen Souder (Frontenac) 2:25; CSF. L Dylan Helbing (Central Burden) 2:02; 5th. L Nick Morris (Coffeyville) 3-1.

HWT — 3. Ethan Parrott (4-1): 1. W Mack Metzger (Chaparral) 1:41; QF. W John Vasquez (Circle) 2:22; SF. L Cord Dodson (Cherryvale) 3-1; CSF. W Hunter Marsh (Council Grove) 1:44; CF. W Gabe Brown (Halstead) :00.

Remington results

113 — Matthew Peters (0-2): 1. L Caden Adkins (Eureka) 2:48; C1. L Beau Harris (Girard) 2:10.

120 — 1. Wyatt Wright (4-0): 1. W Paulo Lima (Stafford) :47; QF. W Trevan Sherry (Buhler) 1:47; SF. W Michael Saenz (Larned) 2:56; F. W Tom VanValkenburg (Council Grove) 14-5 maj.dec.

126 — 6. Grayson Graber (3-3): 1. L Justice Gardner (Smoky Valley) :00; C1. W Eyan Knipp (Bluestem) 1:32; C2. W Evan Flatt (Labette County) disqualification; CQF. W Martean Perez (Buhler) 6-0; CSF. L Wyatt Johnson (Council Grove) :54; 5th. L Justice Gardner (Smoky Valley) 14-12.

132 — Sheridan Graber (1-2): 1. L Brian Escobar (Chaparral) 18-0 tech.fall (4:40); C1. W Spencer Morgan (Coffeyville) 1:11; C2. L Connor Olivera (Girard) 18-3 tech.fall (2:39).

152 — Owen Thiel (0-2): 1. bye; QF. L Jeb Nowak (Garden Plain) 2-6; C2. L William Stokesberry (Coffeyville) 3:21.

160 — 4. Hagen Taylor (4-2): 1. W Andre Patton (Hillsboro) 5:59; QF. L Brent Escareno (Eureka) 4:24; C2. W Teagen Daerr (Garden Plain) 2:21; CQF. W Dylan Gantz (Stafford) 2:55; CSF. W Dalton Hilyard (Douglass) 7-4; CF. L Brent Escareno (Eureka) 12-6.

Halstead results

120 — Skyler Geer (0-2): 1. L Bryer Glaser (Girard) 1:50; C1. L Devon VanFosson (Smoky Valley) 7-1.

138 — Patrick Mueller (1-2): 1. L Ryder Norstrom (Hillsboro) 11-3 maj.dec.; C1. W Bradley Eldridge (Council Grove) 2:53; C2. L Zachary Hilton (Eureka) 11-0 maj.dec.

152 — Ivan Gutierrez (1-2): 1. L Malachi Holmes (Hesston) 3:04; C1. W Austin Sharp (Smoky Valley) 2:36; C2. L Zeke Haag (Ellis) :00).

160 — Carter Hiebert (1-2): 1. W Teagen Daerr (Garden Plain) 10-2 maj.dec.; QF. L Konnor Pfeifer (Ellis) 16-3 maj.dec.; C2. L Andre Patton (Hillsboro) 10-3.

182 — 5. Kaleb Wise (5-2): P. W John Kelley (Cherryvale) :36; 1. L Domanic Clopton (Hesston) 9-6; C1. W Jonathan McAmis (Bluestem) 2:08; C2. W Cale Younger (Ellis) 6-1; CQF. W Charles Pearson (Douglass) :39; CSF. L Carter Atteberry (Larned) 9-5; 5th. W Domanic Clopton (Hesston) 10-3.

195 — 6. Kaden Lopez (3-3): 1. W Zach Shendo (Girard) 1:25; QF. L Toby Woodworth (Ellis) 5:23; C2. W Kenny McCool (Central Burden) :43; CQF. W Davontae Black (Cheney) 7-2; CSF. L Tanner Luttig (Smoky Valley) 7-3; 5th. L Toby Woodworth (Ellis) 4-2.

HWT — 4. Gabe Brown (2-2): 1. bye; QF. W Hunter Marsh (Council Grove) 1:34; SF. L Brady White (Coffeyville) 2:43; CSF. W Clayton Elliott (Douglass) 3:29; CF. L Ethan Parrott (Hesston) :00.

Wings stop

KC Comets

PARK CITY — The Wichita Wings indoor soccer team upset the Kansas City Comets of the Major Arena Soccer League 8-6 Sunday at Hartman Arena.

The first-year Wings play in the lower-level Major Arena Soccer League 2.

Bryan Perez scored two goals with an assist to lead Wichita. Nico Andre also scored two goals. Collin Lawter scored a goal with an assist. Matt Sherrod, Leonardo Catarina and Jared Robbins each added a goal. Kevin Ten Eyck added two assists.

Aaron Parrott had 10 saves for Wichita in 25 minutes. Steven Hamersky added nine saves in 35 minutes. Each keeper gave up three goals.

Lucas Sousa scored two goals with an assist for Kansas City. Roberto Gomes and Odaine Sinclare each added a goal with an assist. Ramone Palmer and Nick Mcdonald each had a goal.

Mark Saxby took the loss in goal with four saves in 52 minutes, allowing eight goals. Nicolau Neto finished the game, stopping two shots.

Wichita hosts the Springfield Demize of the semi-pro Premier Arena Soccer League at 7 p.m. Saturday.

Thunder finishes

weekend 2-1

WICHITA — The Wichita Thunder finished the weekend of ECHL play 2-1.

Friday in Independence, Mo., Wichita fell to the rival Kansas City Mavericks 5-3. Wichita returned home to down the Rapid City Rush 2-1 Saturday and 7-4 Sunday.

In Friday’s game, Tad Kozun scored two goals with an assist to lead KC. C.J. Eick scored two goals. Matt Schmalz scored a goal with an assist. Rocco Carzo dished four assists. Nick Schneider stopped 24 shots in goal for the Mavericks.

Stefan Fournier scored a goal with an assist for Wichita. Billy Exell and Patrik Parkkonen each added a goal. Dylan Wells had 28 saves in goal for Wichita.

In the first game against the Rush, Garrett Schmitz scored with 44 seconds left in the second period to break a 1-1 tie. Mitch Gillam stopped 24 of 25 shots in goal for Wichita. Fornier scored a goal with an assist.

Gordon Defiel stopped 22 of 24 shots in goal for Rapid City. Tanner Karty scored a goal in the second period to tie the game.

In Sunday’s game, Wichita broke to a 3-1 lead after two periods.

Parkkonen scored two goals with an assist for Wichita. Peter Crinella and Schmitz each added two goals. Fournier scored a goal with an assist. Jason Salvaggio, Spencer Dorowicz and Fabrizio Ricci each had two assists.

Wells had 35 saves in goal for Wichita.

Peter Quenneville scored a goal with two assists for Rapid City. Stephane Legault, Keeghan Howdeshell and Karty each added a goal. Chris Leibinger had two assists.

Merrick Madsen had 23 saves for the Rush.

Wichita is 21-24-8-0, tied for fifth in ECHL Mountain Division. Wichita is four points behind Rapid City (25-19-4-0) for fourth place and 24 points behind leader Allen.

Wichita plays at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday against the Kansas City Mavericks in Independence.

PLAYER MOVES — Rookie goalkeeper Evan Weninger has been sent to the Greenville Swamp Rabbits for future considerations.

The Nebraska-Omaha grad played in 15 ECHL games, 14 this season. He is 6-5-3 with an .893 save percentage and a 2.73 goals-against-average. He played 12 games with Wichita, two with Allen and one with Florida.

Goalkeeper Dylan Wells was reassigned from Bakersfield of the American Hockey League to Wichita by the Edmonton Oilers.

The second-year player has player has played six games with Wichita this season, where he is 2-3-1 with a 5.14 GAA and a .853 save percentage. He is 0-4-1 with Bakersfield with a 3.77 GAA and an .878 save percentage.