Sports briefs

Mark Schnabel
The Kansan

GOLF

Wedgewood Senior Men

1. John Wilson, Dennis Carter, Dick Morrison, Leo Griffith, Dave Stallbaumer -7.    

2. Dane Lawerence, Phil Considine, Ken Lieske, Jose Ramos -3.    

3. Ron Bogle, Ed Hodge, Wes Brooks, Jim Mendenhall -5.

CLOSET TO PIN — Dick Morrison. LONGEST PUTT — Joe Ramos.

Next play — July 20.

YOUTH SOFTBALL

G2 Heat 14U VanZandt 5, USSSA Pride LA 07 14U 4    

Texas Blaze Midland 6, G2 Heat 14U VanZandt 3

Stars Elite 7, G2 Heat 14U VanZandt 0

Arkansas Thunder 2006 14U 7, G2 Heat 14U VanZandt 5

Boom 14U Las Cruces, N.M. 14, G2 Heat 14U VanZandt 2

G2 Heat 14U VanZandt 10, Texas Elite Texas Elite Premier 06 KTX 14U 5

YOUTH BASEBALL

Newton Baseball Club Weeks 12U 5, Andover Braves 5

Newton Baseball Club Weeks 12U 13, ICT Twisters 1

Senior Knight’s zone set

The Newton Senior Knights will open American Legion Class AAA Zone play at 5 p.m. Tuesday against Great Bend.

The winner will face Hays.

Heat 18U-Lutz drops two

The G2 Heat 18U-Lutz softball team finished play Friday 0-2.

The Heat fell to the ICT Phoenix 7-6 and the Red Sox 5-1.

Against the Phoenix, Faith Miller struck out two in two innings, taking the loss.

Jaz Salas and Emily Peterson each drove in two runs.

Against the Red Sox, Sofiya Florio took the loss.

The Heat are 5-14. 

Wings fall in finals

PARK CITY — The Wichita Wings fell in the Major Arena Soccer League 2 finals to the Cleveland Crunch 11-6 Sunday at Hartman Arena.

Wichita trailed 5-2 at the half and 9-5 after three quarters.

Admir Suljevic led the Crunch with four goals and an assist. Mike Derezic added two goals with two assists. Tom Beck and Kevin Blackwood each scored a goal with an assist. Dave Jordan, Sami Mutemwa and Smith Pepper each added a goal.

Marijo Musa had 14 saves in goal for the Crunch.

Kevin Ten Eyck led Wichita with two goals. Frank Tayou and James Togbah each added a goal with an assist. David Lucio and Jared Robbins each scored a goal.

Steven Hamersky had three saves in goal for Wichita.

In the semifinals Saturday, Wichita downed the Chicago Mustangs 7-1.

Robbins led Wichita with two goals and an assist. Eduardo "Benji" Monreal, Ten Eyck and Lucio each scored a goal with an assist. Togbah and Uzi Tayou each scored a goal. Hamersky had seven saves in goal.

Alejandro Chavez scored a goal for Chicago. Ricardo Porcayo had seven saves.

It was the farthest a Wichita professional indoor team has advanced.

Surge wins two of three

WICHITA — The Wichita Wind Surge finished a six-game series against the Tulsa Drillers, winning two of the final three games in the series at Riverfront Stadium.

Wichita won 7-2 Friday and 8-7 Saturday in 10 innings, but fell 9-1 Sunday.

In Friday’s game, Bryan Sammons (1-3) pitched five innings for the win, striking out five. Joe Kuzia, Calvin Faucher and Zach Neff combined to pitch four scoreless innings.

Cyrillo Watkins (2-1) took the loss for Tulsa.

Spencer Steer drove in two runs for Wichita. B.J. Boyd went three for four with an RBI. Andrew Bechtold hit a solo home run.

In Saturday’s game, Wichita scored on an error in the bottom of the 10th. Down 7-1, Wichita scored three runs in the sixth inning and three more in the seventh inning.

Boyd went three for four hitting with three RBIs for Wichita. Bechtold drove in two runs.

Carlos Rincon went three for five hitting for Tulsa, driving in two runs.

Jordan Gore (1-0) pitched two innings of no-hit ball for the win. Justin Hagenman (5-3) took the loss for Tulsa.

In Sunday’s game, Tulsa scored all of its runs in the third through the sixth innings.

Miguel Vargas went two for four hitting for Tulsa, hitting a home run and driving in three runs. Rincon went three for three with an RBI. Ryan Noda and Romer Cuadrado each added a home run.

Gerardo Carrillo (3-1) pitched six innings for Tulsa for the win, allowing a walk, a hit and five strikeouts. Austin Schulfer (2-7) went five innings for the loss.

Wichita is 37-29, while Tulsa is 34-31. Wichita opens a six-game series against the Arkansas Travelers beginning Tuesday in North Little Rock. The Travelers are 1.5 games behind the Surge in the Double-A Central, Northern Division.

Friday’s game

Tulsa;000;200;000;—;2;5;4

Wichita;000;141;10x;—;7;6;0

Jackson, Watson (L, 2-1) 5, Oschenbein 5, Schwaab 7, Warzak 8 and Berman; Sammons (W, 1-3), Kuzia 6, Faucher 6, Neff 9 and Williams. HR — W: Bechtold (11). Time — 3:10. Attendance — 5,403.

Saturday’s game

Tulsa;202;210;000;0;—;7;13;3

Wichita;001;003;300;1;—;8;11;2

Varland, Brickhouse 2, Drury 6, Roberson 7, Hagenman (L, 5-3) 9, Cuello 10 and Feduccia; Vallimont, J.Salinas 4, Osnowitz 7, Gore (W, 1-0) 9 and C.Hamilton. HR — T: Busch (11). Time — 3:40. Attendance — 5,208.

Sunday’s game

Tulsa;002;115;000;—;9;12;1

Wichita;000;000;100;—;1;3;2

Carrillo (W, 3-1), Willeman 7, Washington 7, Schwaab 9 and Berman; Schulfer (L, 2-7), Lau 6, Kuzia 7, Mason 9 and Williams. HR — T: Noda (11), Vargas (7), Cuadrado (5). Time — 2:55. Attendance — 4,009.