The following area events scheduled for Monday were postponed because of the weather (make-up dates):

Newton JV golf at Valley Center Inv.

Newton JV and freshman football at Valley Center

Goessel JV football at Peabody-Burns (Oct. 16)

Berean Academy soccer vs. Wichita Northwest

Moundridge JV football vs. Little River

Remington JV football at Marion

Hesston middle school soccer vs. Central Christian Academy

Hesston JV football at Nickerson

Rain shortens


Rain shortened play at the Mid-South Championships Monday at Sand Creek Station.

The 11-team college golf tournament got through the first round and four holes of the second round before the weather made further play inadvisable.

The remaining 14 holes will be played today if weather permits. The third round, which would have started today, has been canceled.

Host Oklahoma City University leads the team standings with a team score (top four rounds) of 281. The Stars hold a two-stroke lead over Wayland Baptist and Murray State (Okla.). Northwestern (Ohio) is fourth at 289, followed by Johnson & Wales (Fla.) at 291.

William Woods was sixth at 297, followed by Culver-Stockton at 301, Mount Mercy at 303, Sterling at 304, Grand View at 308 and Mid-America Christian at 316. Sterling is the sole Kansas school in the field.

Peri’Don Castille of Oklahoma City and Sebastien Tremulot of Wayland Baptist are tied for first at 68. Ruper Kaminski of Oklahoma City, Reece Blair of Northwestern and Garrison Mendoza of Oklahoma City are tied for third, one stroke back.

Alex Rainville of Johnson & Walkes, Andrew Williamson of Wayland Baptist, Owen Grimes of Murray State and Gonzalo Garcia Parada are tied for sixth, two strokes out of the lead.

There are 59 players in the field.

The Mid-South


Sand Creek Station

Par 72

First round

1. Oklahoma City 281 – T1. Peri'Don Castille (4) 68, T3. Rupert Kaminski (1) 69, T3. Garrison Mendoza (3) 69, T23. David Meyers (2) 75, T46. Gaston Romero (5) 79.

T2. Wayland Baptist 283 — T1. Sebastien Tremulot (4) 68, T6. Andrew Williamson (1) 70, T15. Michael Valk (5) 72, T18. Sentanio Minnie (2) 73, 57. Paul Zwanzig (3) 84.

T2. Murray State College 283 — T6. Owen Grimes (2) 70, T10. Alistair Snowdon (1) 71, T10. George Nichols-Jack (3) 71, T10. Josh Beatt (4) 71, 60. Christopher McKnight (5) WD.

4. Northwestern Ohio 289 — T3. Reece Blair (2) 69, T6. Gonzalo Garcia Parada (3) 70, T23. Lewis Scott (1) 75, T23. Kaleb Kuhn (4) 75, T44. Ian Friesner (5) 78.

5. Johnson & Wales (Fla.) 291 — T6. Alex Rainville (1) 70, T15. Cody Booska (2) 72, T20. Jake Bauer (3) 74, T23. Gustav Tegal (5) 75, T38. Fraser Hall (4) 77.

6. William Woods 297 — T10. Jack Clarkson (1) 71, T23. Tyler Fieser (2) 75, T23. Tom North (3) 75, T35. Mark Martin (4) 76, T38. Will Rushworth (5) 77.

7. Culver-Stockton 301 — T15. Jon Roberson (2) 72, T20. Hunter Baggett (1) 74, T23. Hunter Bettis (4) 75, T48. Devin Hobbs (5) 80, T52. Zach Kuhlman-Pfeiffer (3) 81.

8. Mount Mercy 303 — T18. William Bruyeres (1) 73, T35. Thomas Schuhkraft (5) 76, T38. Matt Caulfield (2) 77, T38. George Long (4) 77, T46. Ben Jones (3) 79.

9. Sterling 304 — T20. Marshall Martin (5) 74, T23. Jin Ho (Peter) Choi (1) 75, T23. Jin Beom (Paul) Choi (3) 75, T48. Anders Lindanger (4) 80, 59. Monty McPhee (2) 86.

10. Grand View 308 — T23. Devon Woody (3) 75, T35. Mitch Pfingsten (1) 76, T38. Braxton Risetter (2) 77, T48. Dan Bredernitz (4) 80, T55. Sachin Gupta (5) 82.

11. Mid-America Christian 316 — T23. Issac Maston (4) 75, T44. Tyler price (1) 78, T52. Austin Davis (2) 81, T55. Wyatt Bonds (5) 82, 58. Jesse Humphrey (3) 85.

Goessel wins

Olpe tourney

OLPE — The Goessel High School volleyball team went 5-0 to win the Olpe Invitational Saturday.

Goessel downed Northern Heights 25-15, 25-9; Wabaunsee 25-14, 25-8; Bishop Seabury Academy 25-17, 25-12; Madison 25-12, 25-12; and host Olpe 25-23, 25-23.

Goessel improves to 20-0 and plays Tuesday at Wakefield in Wheat State League play.

Bethel falls

to Sterling

The Bethel College volleyball team fell to Sterling in three sets Saturday afternoon at Thresher Gym.

Bethel fell 25-21, 25-19, 30-28.

Makenzie Cork had 14 kills for Sterling, followed by Chelsey Riffel with 10. Mikaela Wells set 30 assists. Eryn Bearden served three aces. Alexandra Reid had 18 digs, followed by Wells with 13 and Camrin Butterworth with 11. Wells downed three blocks.

For Bethel, Abby Kurtzer had 14 kills, followed by Katie Neira with 13. Kelsie Anderson set 24 assists, followed by Avery Myatt with 15. Rachel Bustillos served two aces. Taylor Buessing and Kurtzer each had 16 digs. Sami Strauss downed two blocks.

Sterling improves to 6-9, 1-6 in KCAC play. Bethel falls to 3-9, 1-6 in KCAC play. Bethel plays Wednesday at Saint Mary.

STERLING (6-9, 1-6 KCAC) — (kills-aces-blocks) Kristen Calderwood 0-0-0; Carmin Butterworth 1-0-0; Colleen Meffert 0-0-1; Makenzie Cork 14-0-0; Madaline Carr 0-0-0; Alexandra Reid 0-0-0; Lexi Naegele 0-0-0; Eryn Bearden 0-3-0; Lena Wedel 3-0-1; Breanne Akiu 0-2-0; Haley Slade 1-0-0; Nicki Lucas 0-0-0; Chelsey Riffel 10-0-0; Patti Delgadillo 7-0-1; Mikaela Wells 3-1-3. Totals 39-6-4.0.

BETHEL (3-9, 1-6 KCAC) — (kills-aces-blocks) Avery Myatt 6-1-0; Taylor Buessing 0-0-0; Abby Kurtzer 14-0-0; Anna Stucky 3-0-1; Sami Strauss 1-0-2; Kaylee VanderVeen 0-0-0; Kelsie Anderson 4-0-1; Sydnee Johnston-Getchell 0-0-0; Rachel Bustillos 1-2-0; Leisle Hoffman 0-0-0; Katie Neira 13-0-1. Totals 42-3-3.0.

Assist leaders — SC: Wells 30. BC: Anderson 24, Myatt 15.

Dig leaders — SC: Reid 18, Wells 13, Butterworth 11. BC: Kurtzer 16, Buessing 16, Anderson 12.



HC women

down OWU

HESSTON — The Hesston College women’s soccer team downed the Oklahoma Wesleyan junior varsity 3-0 Saturday at the HC soccer field on the Larks’ homecoming weekend.

Hesston snaps a two-game losing streak and posted its six clean sheet of the season.

All three goals came in the first half. Miho Okuda scored on a penalty kick in the fourth minute. Taylor Clark scored unassisted in the 33rd minute. Faith Manickam scored with assists from Jenna Boller and Mairanna Hernandez in the 39th minute.

Hesston outshot the junior Eagles 10-3. Miranda Dolsman had two saves in the first half for the Larks. Vivi Rodriguez had one save in the second half.

Hesston is 7-4 and hosts Northwest Tech at 5 p.m. today.

Hesston men

top KWU JV

HESSTON — The Hesston College men’s soccer team snapped a three-game losing streak by stopping the Kansas Wesleyan junior varsity 1-0 in overtime Friday in the Larks’ homecoming weekend at the HC field.

It was Hesston’s third shutout win of the season.

Cain Hernandez scored in the 96th minute with an assist from Richardo Pineda.

Hesston outshot KWU 14-5 on goal. Luke Hertzler had five saves in goal for Hesston.

The Larks are 6-5 and hosts Northwest Tech at 8 p.m. today.

Lark spikers

sweep tri

HESSTON — The Hesston College volleyball team claimed a sweep of a home triangular Saturday at Yost Center, stopping Pratt Community College and the Kansas Wesleyan junior varsity in three sets each.

Hesston topped Pratt 25-21, 26-24, 25-16. Haley Unruh had 10 kills. Faith Hallmark set 29 assists. Kylie Brenneman had 11 digs. Autumn Lungwitz had two downed blocks.

Hesston topped Kansas Wesleyan 25-22, 25-17, 25-11. Sam Rossin and Cassidy King each had eight kills. Hallmark set 33 assists. Sierrah Long served four aces. Brenneman had 12 digs. Rossin downed five blocks.

Hesston snaps a five-match losing streak.

Hesston is 6-9 and hosts Allen County Community College at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Thresher runners

compete at ESU

EMPORIA — The Bethel College women’s cross country team finished 11th out of 14 teams Friday at the Papa John’s Emporia State Invitational at the Emporia Municipal Golf Course.

Newman won the meet at 31 points, followed by Butler at 76, Washburn at 81, Rockhurst at 83 and Emporia State at 161. Bethel had a team score of 342 and was the second-highest finishing NAIA school at the meet behind Park at 238.

Bethel was led by Jennifer Meysing in 69th at 23:02.73, followed by Kiley Varney in 89th in 24:04.08, Jordan Hill in 98th at 24:45.33, Eva Dwyer in 135th in 29:06.05 and SkyLa O’Neal in 140th in 31:27.59.

The Bethel men had no team score. Julio Martinez was 49th in 29:29.21 (8,000 meters). Scott Thomas was 117th in 33:25.98.

Bethel hosts the Bethel Invitational at 10 a.m. Oct. 7 at the BC cross country course adjacent to the Mennonite Central Committee building just north of the BC campus.

Hesston runners

compete at Tabor

COTTONWOOD POINT — The Hesston College women’s cross country team finished fourth, while the men were sixth Saturday at the nine-team Tabor Invitational at Cottonwood Point, Marion Reservoir.

MidAmerica Nazarene won the women’s team title at 17, followed by Sterling at 74, Tabor at 89, Hesston at 104 and St. Gregory’s at 113.

Hesston was led by Sam Trejo in 10th in 20:46.32 (5,000 meters), Kate Kilmer in 15th in 21:32.28, Sierra Broce in 19th in 21:32.28, Sadie Winter in 32nd in 22:43.49, Liz Miller in 41st in 32:28.43, Savannah Bontrager in 48th in 25:24.83, Heather Schiefelbein in 50th in 25:51.40 and Emily Hague in 51st in 26:37.95.

McPherson won the men’s competition at 36, followed by MidAmerica Nazarene at 56, Sterling at 72, Tabor at 100 and Bethany at 108. Hesston scored 143.

Hesston was led by Jonathan Landis, who finished 10th in 29:27.17 (8,000 meters). Angus Siemens finished in 35th in 31:45.67, followed by Dillon Unruh in 38th in 31:56.94, Brandon Kirby in 43rd in 33:07.23, Luccas Schmucker in 45th in 33:23.99, Taitem Zeigler in 53rd in 35:06.56, Avery Pike in 54th in 35:30.20, Levi Litwiller in 57th in 37:46.23, Tobias Belknap in 59th in 37:59.39 and Michael Greening in 61st in 40:30.61.

Hesston competes at the Bethel Invitational at 10 a.m. Oct. 7 at the BC cross country course.

Shockers win

AAC openers

STORRS, Conn. — The Wichita State volleyball team made its debut in American Athletic Conference play with a pair of wins during the weekend.

Friday in Philadelphia, the Shockers stopped Temple in four sets — 29-27, 19-25, 31-29, 25-15. Mikaela Raudsepp had 23 kills for the Shockers, followed by Newton High grad Abbie Lehman with 14 and Tabitha Brown with 11. Newton High grad Emily Hiebert set 51 assists, served two aces, had six digs and downed six blocks. Lehman downed eight blocks.

Georgia Civita had 25 digs.

Sunday in Storrs, the Shockers swept UConn 25-21, 25-23, 25-20. Lehman had 17 kills, followed by Hiebert with nine. Lehman downed four blocks. Hiebert set 31 assists. Civita had 19 digs.

Wichita State is 10-3 and hosts Southern Florida at 7 p.m. Friday and Central Florida at noon Sunday for the Shockers’ home conference debut.

K-State drops

Big 12 debut

FORT WORTH — The Kansas State women’s soccer team opened its first season of Big 12 play with a pair of losses on the road.

Friday at Texas Tech, the Wildcats fell 3-1. Sunday, the Wildcats fell to TCU 1-0 in Fort Worth.

Against Texas Tech, Jordie Harr had a goal with an assist for the Red Raiders. Ally Griffin and Kirsten Davis each added a goal.

Ashley Zane scored for KSU.

K-State was outshot 28-5. Miranda Larkin had 11 saves for the Wildcats. Carissa Christensen had no saves with no shots against in the first half. Marissa Zucchetto had one save in the second half.

Texas Tech improved to 8-2.

Against TCU, the Wildcats gave up an own goal in the 76th minute. K-State was outshot 15-3, 5-0 on goal. Larkin had four saves in goal for the Wildcats. Katie Lund had the shutout win with no shots taken for TCU, 8-3, 2-0 in Big 12 play.

Newton grad Brookelynn Entz started both games, but took no shots.

Kansas State drops to 5-5-1, 0-2 in Big 12 play. The Wildcats make their home Big 12 debut at 7 p.m. Friday against West Virginia. The game will be streamed on