GOLF


Wedgewood Senior Men


1. John Wilson, Ed Hodge, Narci Larez, Leo Griffith -4.


2. Sam Eberly, Gary Eilert, Jim Mendenhall, Al Gann -3.


3. Dwayne Morgan, Doug Phillips, Bryan Curtis, Jim Laughlin, Roman Mannibach -2.


4. Sam Farmer, Carvin Thiessen, Ken Franz, Dick Hushka -2.


Closest to hole 3 — Roman Mannibach. Closest to hole 9 — Ron Bogle.


Next play — 9 a.m. Monday.


Sports Calendar


June 27 through July 5


All times Central


NOTE: At this time, all competition in the NBA, MLB, MLS, MASL2, PCL, and CIF has been suspended until further notice. All other competitions are subject to change, Check with www.thekansan.com, the Kansan sports Twitter page (@nksports) and the Kansan Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/TheNewtonKansan/) for the latest in cancellation and postponement announcements).


Saturday, June 27


SUMMER PREP BASEBALL — Newton Seniors @ Garnett Tournament TBA.


SUMMER COLLEGE BASEBALL — Newton @ Derby 7 p.m.


GOLF — The Railer, Kansas Amateur Stroke Play @ Sand Creek Station.


Sunday, June 28


SUMMER PREP BASEBALL — Newton Seniors @ Garnett Tournament TBA.


SUMMER COLLEGE BASEBALL — Derby @ Newton 7 p.m.


GOLF — The Railer, Kansas Amateur Stroke Play @ Sand Creek Station, 8 a.m.


Monday, June 29


GOLF — Kansas Men’s Amateur Qualifer @ Sand Creek Station TBA.


Tuesday, June 30


SUMMER PREP BASEBALL — Salina @ Newton Juniors 6 p.m.


SUMMER COLLEGE BASEBALL — Newton vs. Wichita 18U Academy @ Eck Stadium, Wichita 5 p.m.


Wednesday, July 1


SUMMER PREP BASEBALL — Newton Seniors @ Ottawa 6 p.m.


SUMMER PREP BASEBALL — Wichita Grays @ Newton 6 p.m.


Thursday, July 2


SUMMER PREP BASEBALL — Wichita Crushers @ Newton 6 p.m.


Friday, July 3


MEN’S SOFTBALL — Newton Mexican-American Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament TBA.


Saturday, July 4


MEN’S SOFTBALL — Newton Mexican-American Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament TBA.


Sunday, July 5


MEN’S SOFTBALL — Newton Mexican-American Fast-Pitch Softball Tournament TBA.


SUMMER PREP BASEBALL — Mulvane @ Newton 7 p.m.


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Rebels fall


on road


DERBY — The Newton Rebels fell to the Derby Twins 11-1 Thursday night in Sunflower Collegiate League play in Derby.


The game was called after seven innings on the 10-run rule. Derby scored in five of the seven innings. Newton was outhit 14-4.


Tyler Delong, Brennan VanBreusegen and Carson Shively each hit home runs for the Twins. VanBreusegen drove in four runs. Delong drove in three runs. Shively drove in two runs. Cole Romero went four for four hitting. Shively went three for four.


Joe Wolf pitched 5.1 innings for Derby, striking out three. Lucas Climer finished the game.


Lincoln Andrews went two for three hitting for Newton. Jacob Lindeman took the loss for the Rebels. Garrett McClain and Kyle Landwehr also pitched. McClain struck out four in two innings.


Derby is 2-7 overall and in league play. Newton is 4-5, 3-5 in league play.


Newton;000;010;0;—1;4;1


Derby;321;200;2;—11;14;1


Lindeman (L), McClain 3, Landwehr 5 and Ouchi, Viloria; Wolf (W), Climer 6 and McGee. HR — D: Delong (3), VanBreusegen (2), Shively (1). Time — 2:02.


Lady Railers


win two


WICHITA — The Newton Lady Railers 10U softball team won a pair of games Wednesday in Two Rivers Youth Club League play in Wichita.


The Railers downed the Titans 10U 13-0 and the TRYC Shox 10-0.


The Railers are 10-5-1 and play the Landsharks 10U at 7:45 p.m. Monday at the Two Rivers complex.


Hesston tops


NBC 12U-Weeks


The Hesston 12U-Roth baseball team downed the Newton Baseball Club 12U-Weeks 10-3 Wednesday in Newton.


Newton falls to 1-2.


Newton-Smith


claims win


The Newton 8U-Smith team downed the Newton Baseball Club 8U-Weeks team 17-0 Wednesday at Athletic Park.


The Weeks team is 0-1 and plays the Mudcats at 2:30 p.m. Saturday in Augusta.


Swathers 14U


drop two


McPHERSON — The Hesston Swathers 14U baseball team dropped a pair of games Tuesday at McPherson.


Hesston fell 10-6 and 12-6.


In the first game, Beau Warden had two hits and two RBIs. Zach Smith had two hits and an RBI.


Layne Clark struck out one. Blake Hansen struck out three.


In the second game, Reed Friesen drove in four runs. Aedan O’Halloran and Josh Koehn each struck out two.


Hesston is 0-4 and plays at 6 p.m. Monday at Lyons.


HCC coach


retires


HUTCHINSON — Hutchinson Community College volleyball coach Patrick Hall announced his retirement effective June 30.


Hall spent eight seasons at HCC, where he was 201-106. He was 103-21 in Jayhawk Conference play. His teams won five conference titles and five NJCAA Region VI titles. His team finished ninth nationally in 2015. He coached five NJCAA All-Americans at Hutchinson, including Goessel grad Page Hiebert in 2017.


His career record is 326-232.


ECHL makes


changes


PRINCETON, N.J. — The ECHL, of which the Wichita Thunder hockey team is a member, made a couple of changes at its annual Board of Governors’ meeting held this week via conference call.


According to the release, "The League determined the process, including scheduling Board Meetings throughout the summer of 2020 and developing protocols in conjunction with the Professional Hockey Players’ Association and local/federal health officials, to determine progress in ECHL markets for the return of safe play for Players, fans and employees."


Kansas City Mavericks president and general manager Brent Thiessem was elected to serve as chairman of the board of governors, replacing Cincinnati Cyclones owner, president and CEO Ray Harris.


Eric Trapp of the Idaho Steelheads was named the 2019-20 executive of the year.


In rule changes, teams will now be allowed to skate 19 players during pre-game warm-ups, up from one. Teams are still permitted to dress just 18 players (16 skaters and two goaltenders) for games.


The board also adopted tie-breaking procedures for post-season qualifications and seeding if two or more teams are tied at the end of the regular season.


Two-way tie-breaker is:


1. Regulation wins


2. Regulation + OT wins


3. Goal differential


4. Points, head-to-head (for two teams that have not played the same number of home games against the other tied team, the first game(s) played in the city that has the extra home game(s) shall not be included)


5. Winning percentage, division (if tied teams are from same division; if not, skip to 5)


6. Winning percentage, conference


7. Goals for, regular season


8. Goals against, regular season


9. Coin toss


Three or more teams:


Note: When two teams remain after the third or other teams are eliminated during any step below, the tiebreaker reverts to Step 1 of the two-team format.


1. Regulation wins


2. Regulation + OT wins


3. Goal differential


4. Higher winning percentage earned in games against each other (for two teams that have not played the same number of home games against the other tied team, the first game(s) played in the city that has the extra home game(s) shall not be included)


5. Winning percentage, division


6. Winning percentage, conference


7. Goals for, regular season


8. Goals against, regular season


9. Coin toss