Railers 14U


finish 2-2


The Newton Railers 14U baseball team swept the ICT Aeros-Jordan Thursday in Southwest Boys Club League play.


The Railers won the first game 14-1.


Lucas Huxman had two hits with an RBI.


Earl Muellser pitched two innings for the win, allowing three hits with two strikeouts.


The Railers won the second game 9-4. Blaze Bradshaw had two hits and three RBIs. Kale Degenstein added two RBIs.


Jackson Marlar struck out six in two innings for the win. James Hulse added a strikeout.


Saturday in non-league play, Newton lost to the Topeka Scrappers 12-0. Kale Degenstein took the loss pitching and posted the team’s sole hit.


Saturday, the Railers fell to the Andover Cyclones 6-4. Huxman had two hits with an RBI. Bradshaw struck out six in the loss.


The Railers are 4-6 and play Tuesday at Buhler.


Railer-Weeks


swept by Sterling


The Newton Railers-Weeks baseball team dropped a pair of games to the Sterling Black Bears on Thursday.


Newton lost the first game 16-2 and the second game 11-10.


Newton is 1-3.


Newton Rebels


split games


The Newton Rebels split a pair of games Thursday in Hutchinson Recreation Commission league play at Fun Valley.


Newton won the first game 3-2 and lost the second game 12-3.


Newton is 2-2.


SWBC Railers


finish 1-2


The SWBC Newton Railers finished weekend play 1-2.


Saturday, the Railers fell to the Hays Hitmen 13-4 and downed the Knights 6-3. Sunday, the Railers lost to the Wichita Sluggers 11U-Blue 13-2.


The Railers are 2-9 and play at 6 p.m. Wednesday against the Warriors at the Southwest Boys Club complex.


Royals 13U


goes 4-1


GODDARD — The Royals 13U baseball team of Hesston finished 4-1 in weekend play.


The Royals downed the Kansas Jags 16-4, the Westurban VC Bombers 9-6, the Wichita Sluggers 12-4 and the Wichita Raiders 8-3 and lost to the Wichita Dodgers 7-5.


Against the Jags, Eastyn Vieyra had two hits with an RBI. Carter Morgan and Gunnar Lewis each drove in two runs. Lakin Franz and James Johnson each struck out five.


Against the Bombers, Jackson Daniel drove in three runs, hitting a home run. Jared Cobb had three hits and two RBIs. Lewis struck out five in three innings.


Against the Sluggers, Vieyra drove in two runs. Colton Roberts struck out three in three innings.


Against the Raiders, Daniel had two hits, including a home run, with four RBIs. Franz and Jace Pichler each drove in two. Isaac Tatro struck out four, while Jace Pichler struck out three in three innings each.


Against the Dodgers, Karston Wall drove in two runs. Daniel struck out four in 4.1 innings.


The Royals are 9-7-2.


Heat Lutz 18U


finishes 1-5-1


WICHITA — The G2 Heat 18U-Lutz squad finished 1-5-1 in tournament play during the weekend.


The Heat lost to the Flint Hills Wind 13-1, the Kansas Extreme 10-0, beat the Manhattan Moxie 6-5, tied the Oklahoma Steele 5-5, lost to the Oklahoma Bombers 19-0, lost to the Honey Badgers 5-1 and lost to the Lady Crushers 4-3.


Addy Mueller pitched the loss against the Flint Hills Wind with a strikeout.


Giselle Graciano and Katie Vanburkleo each pitched against the Extreme.


Against the Moxie, Graciano hit a home run and drove in two. Emily Peterson had two hits with an RBI. Piper Seidl added two hits. Rianna Lawler struck out three in 4.2 innings for the win.


Against the Steele, Peterson had two hits with an RBI. Emma Hershberger added two hits. Vanburkleo struck out two in three innings. Mueller pitched two shutout innings.


Mueller and Vanburkleo pitched against the Bombers.


Lawler and Mueller each pitched against the Honey Badgers.


Graciano had two hits with an RBI against the Lady Crushers. Mueller struck out two while Lawler struck out one.


The Heat is 3-7-1.


Heat 18U Llamas


finish 5-0-1


The G2 Heat 18U Llamas finished 5-0-1 in weekend tournament play.


The Heat tied the Ruthless Futures 14U 7-7, beat the Kansas Heat White 6-2, beat the Hays Rampage 14U 5-0, beat the Lady Jags 5-0, beat the Batbusters-Deherrera 4-3 and beat another Heat 18U team 7-1.


Against the Ruthless Futures, MacKenzie Koehn had two hits with three RBIs. Payton Divine and Emily Wedel each had two hits and an RBI. Annabelle McLaughlin and Maizy Robins each pitched.


Against the Kansas Heat, Alivia Lange hit a grand slam home run. Makenzie Maring had two hits with an RBI. Robins struck out one in the win.


Against the Rampage, Madison Hamilton drove in two runs. Emily Wedel had two hits. McLaughlin struck out two in a complete-game shutout.


Lange drove in two against the Lady Jags. Divine had two hits with an RBI. Robins won the complete-game shutout, allowing two hits.


Against the Batbusters, Cassie Wedel had two hits with an RBI. McLaughlin struck out one in three innings. Robins pitched an inning for the win.


In the final game of the tourney, Koehn had two hits with three RBIs. McLaughlin struck out three in the win.


The team is 6-3-1.


Heat Carbajal


finishes 5-2


The G2 Heat-Carbajal finished 5-2 in weekend tournament play.


The Heat downed Khaos Softnall-Grey 9-1, lost to the Midwest Smoke 8-4, beat Khaos Softball-Pink 8-3, the Wichita Sluggers-Nickel 15-3 twice, Khaos Softball-Grey 6-0 and lost to the Smoke 3-2.


The team is 9-3.


Swathers 11U


finishes 2-1


HUTCHINSON — The Hesston Swathers 11U baseball team finished 2-1 in weekend play at the Fun Valley Sports Complex in Hutchinson.


The Swathers downed the ICT Heat 16-1 and the West Urban Smokies 15-2 before falling to the 316 Elite 9-1.


The Swathers are 3-3.


Crushers 8U


win three


The Central Kansas Crushers 8U softball team of Burrton went 3-0 in weekend play.


The Crushers defeated the Hays Thunder 11-4, the McPherson Lady Express 14-7 and Quicksilver 15-0.


The Crushers are 7-2.


HCB Rebels


finish 2-3


The HCB Rebels baseball team of Newton finished a recent slate of games 2-3.


The Rebels downed the Hutchinson Hornets-Gray 3-2 and lost to the Hornets 12-3. The Rebels lost to the Buhler Nationals 15-10, beat the Pratt Athletics 12-8 and lost to the HCB Hammer A 17-2.


The Rebels are 3-4 and play Thursday against the Hutch Storm Chasers at Fun Valley in Hutchinson.