SOFTBALL

Central Kansas League

Hesston 12, Nickerson 0

Hesston 16, Nickerson 8

NICKERSON — The Hesston High School softball team snapped a four-game losing streak by sweeping the Nickerson Panthers Tuesday in Central Kansas League play in Nickerson.

Hesston won the first game 12-0 in six innings on the 10-run rule and the second game 16-8. The first game was Hesston’s first shutout win of the season.

In the first game, Hesston broke to a 9-0 lead in the first three innings and added three runs in the sixth.

Each team had seven hits.

Makayla Russell went two for three hitting with four RBIs. Machenzie Koehn and Emily Schmidt each drove in three runs for Hesston.

Kaela Wade threw a complete game win for Hesston, striking out seven and walking one. Brooke Engelland took the loss for Nickerson.

In the second game. Hesston fell behind 5-4 through three innings. Hesston took the lead with seven runs in the fifth, three in the sixth on an Alaina Dunlavy three-run home run and two in the seventh.

Nickerson scored three runs in the bottom of the third.

Dunlavy finished three for six hitting with six RBIs. Kailey Jo Ince went four for four hitting with four RBIs. Ince had three doubles. Lindsey Jones went two for four with two RBIs. Wade went two for six with an RBI.

Jones went the distance pitching for the win, allowing three earned runs on six hits with five walks and seven strikeouts.

Hesston is 4-8 and plays Friday at Larned.

First game

Hesston;342;003;—12;7;0

Nickerson;000;000;—0;7;0

Wade (W) and Dunlavy; Br.Engelland (L), Kaufman 3 and Eldson.

Second game

Hesston;040;073;2;—16;17;4

Nickerson;122;000;3;—8;6;1

Jones (W) and Dunlavy; Eldson (L) and B.Engelland. HR — H: Dunlavy.

Heart of America

Moundridge 10, Bennington 0

Moundridge 10, Bennington 0

MOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge Wildcats claimed a pair of 10-0 wins over Bennington Tuesday in Heart of America League play at Grasshopper Park in Moundridge.

The first game was called after five innings and the second game was called after six innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Zizi Sebrant tossed a no-hitter, walking four and striking out 12. The Wildcats scored six runs in the second inning, three in the fourth and a run in the fifth.

Makenzie Elmore went three for four hitting with a home run, a double and four RBNs. Zizi Sebrant went three for four with two RBIs.

In the second game, Moundridge scored in every inning but the fifth. Elmore tossed a four-hit shutout, allowing four walks and striking out 10.

Taylon Potts led Moundridge at the plate, posting four hits in four at-bats with two RBIs. Elmore and Keira Sebrant each went two for four with two RBIs. Ellen Durst went two for two.

Moundridge is 8-6 and plays Friday at Inman.

First game

Bennington;000;00;—0;0;3

Moundridge;060;31;—10;11;1

Shepard (L), Harbaugh 5 and Masenthin; Z.Sebrant (W) and Er.Durst. HR — M: Elmore.

Second game

Bennington;000;000;-0;4;1

Moundridge;113;203;—10;10;0

Harbaugh (L), Dawson 4 and Masenthin; Elmore (W) and Er.Durst.

BASEBALL

Central Kansas League

Nickerson 13, Hesston 3

Nickerson 13, Hesston 10

NICKERSON — The Hesston Swather baseball team is the youngest in the Central Kansas League, taking on the Nickerson Panthers, one of the oldest programs in the league.

Nickerson won the first game 13-3 in six innings on the 10-run rule and the second game 13-10.

In the first game, Nickerson scored in every inning but the fifth. The Panthers scored four runs in the second and four runs in the fourth.

Hesston scored a run in the top of the first and two runs in the sixth.

Tanner Schrag led Nickerson at the plate, going three for four with three RBIs. Schrag had two doubles and a triple. Tré Garcia also drove in three runs.

Cameron Cox went two for three for Hesston with an RBI, hitting a double and a triple. Brady Cox drove in two runs.

Schrag went the distance for Nickerson, allowing two earned runs on four hits with two walks and three strikeouts. Cameron Cox took the loss for Hesston. Jared Nelson and Brendan Boles also pitched.

In the second game, Hesston scored eight runs in the top of the first and added two runs in the third to take a 10-1 lead. Nickerson came back with three runs in the fourth, seven runs in the fifth and two runs in the sixth.

Nolan Swindell drove in three runs for Nickerson. Kolbi Schrag drove in two runs.

For Hesston, Brady Cox drove in three runs. Max Arnold went two for three with an RBI. Cameron Cox went two for five with an RBI.

Garcia threw seven innings of relief for Nickerson for the win, allowing no earned runs on three hits with three walks and three strikeouts. Austin Griffin took the loss for Hesston, allowing four earned runs on five hits with three walks and three strikeouts. Camden McDonald finished the game, allowing an earned run on two hits with two walks and three strikeouts.

Hesston is 3-9 and plays Friday at Larned.

First game

Hesston;100;002;—3;4;8

Nickerson;141;403;—13;9;1

C.Cox (L), Nelson 4, Boles 6 and n/a; T.Schrag (W) and n/a.

Second game

Hesston;802;000;0;—10;6;6

Nickerson;100;372;x;—13;7;1

Griffin (L), McDonald 5 and n/a; Eaton, Garcia (W) 1 and n/a.

Kingman 14, Halstead 3

Kingman 11, Halstead 10

HALSTEAD — The Halstead High School baseball team dropped a pair of CKL games to Kingman-Norwich Tuesday at Riverside Park.

Halstead lost the first game 14-3 in five innings on the 10-run rule and lost the second game 11-10.

In the first game, Kingman scored in every inning, taking a 10-1 lead through three innings. Halstead scored a run in the second and two in the fifth.

Kyle Livingston went two for three hitting for Kingman with a home run and five RBIs. Garrett Waldschmidt went two for three with two RBIs. Gage Pickering went two for three.

Kaden Kraus went two for three for Halstead with a home run and two RBIs.

Logan Waldschmidt went 3.2 innings for the win, allowing an unearned run on two hits with two walks and nine strikeouts. Pickering finished the game, allowing an earned run on three hits with a walk and three strikeouts.

David Schulte took the loss for Halstead. Cole Herman also pitched.

Tied 4-4 after four innings, Kingman outscored Halstead 3-2 in the fifth and added two runs each in the sixth and seventh. Halstead scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh. Six Halstead errors led to four unearned runs for Kingman.

Logan Waldschmidt went four for four hitting, driving in two runs to lead Kingman. Payton Willert went three for six with two RBIs. Livingston went two for four with two RBIs. Christopher Ontiveros also drove in two runs.

For Halstead, Schulte went three for four with an RBI. Jonathan Fulghum drove in three runs. Herman went two for four with two RBIs. Noah Mendez went two for three with an RBI.

Kingman used three pitchers with Livingston getting the win and Pickering getting the save. Dalton Kraus took the loss for Halstead.

Halstead is 4-8 and plays Tuesday at Hoisington.

First game

Kingman;415;13;—14;9;1

Halstead;010;02;—3;5;5

L.Waldschmidt (W), Pickering 4 and n/a; Schulte (L), Herman 3 and n/a. HR — K: Livingston. H: K.Kraus.

Second game

Kingman;010;332;2;—11;15;1

Halstead;310;020;4;—10;12;6

McGinnis, Livingston (W) 5, Pickering (S) 6 and n/a; D.Kraus (L), Gutierrez 5, Considine 5, K.Kraus 7 and n/a.

Heart of America

Bennington 12, Moundridge 5

Bennington 19, Moundridge 17

MOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge Wildcat baseball team dropped a pair of Heart of America League games to Bennington 12-5 and 19-17 in eight innings Tuesday at Grasshopper Park.

In the first game, Bennington led 5-1 after two innings and pulled away late.

Kyle Shipley led Bennington at the plate, going two four four hitting with three RBIs. Layne Wilson drove in two runs. Skylar Piepho went two for three with an RBI. Dylan Fry went two for four with an RBI.

Noah Eichelberger went two for two for Moundridge with three RBIs.

Brently Newton threw two innings in relief of Shipley for the win. Wilson also went two innings. Moundridge used five pitchers with Collin Kohl taking the loss.

In the second game, Bennington scored eight runs in the first two innings and added three in the fourth. Moundridge came back with eight runs in the bottom of the fourth. Down 13-9, Moundridge scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth. Each team scored three runs in the seventh. Bennington outscored Moundridge 3-1 in the eighth.

Wilton, Daniel Watson and Newton each drove in four runs for Bennington. Devil Feil went three for four with six runs scored and two RBIs.

Eichelberger went three for five for Moundridge with four RBIs. Luke Ratzlaff drove in three runs. Kohl drove in two runs.

Newton pitched for the win and Piepho finished the game for the save, Cross Lintecum took the loss for Moundridge.

Moundridge is 5-9 and plays Friday at Inman.

First game

Bennington;320;021;4;—12;12;2

Moundridge;100;103;0;—5;5;6

Shipley, Newton (W) 4, Wilson 6 and n/a; Kohl (L), Falco 3, Lintecum 6, Creed 7, Olson 7 and n/a.

Second game

Bennington;350;320;33;—19;17;2

Moundridge;000;814;31;—17;11;7

Feil, Wilton 4, Fry 4, Stanley 4, Newton (W) 7, Piepho (S) 8 and n/a; Leddy, C.Unruh 3, Lintecum (L) 8 and n/a.

Sedgwick 19, Inman 0

Sedgwick 13, Inman 0

INMAN — The Sedgwick Cardinals dominated Inman Tuesday, winning 19-0 and 13-0.

In the first game was called in four innings on the 15-run rule. The second game was called after five innings on the 10-run rule.

In the first game, Andrew Hoffsommer went four innings for the win, allowing one hit with two walks and six strikeouts.

Sedgwick scored 13 runs in the fourth inning.

Neal Bever went four for four hitting for the Cardinals, driving in four runs. Brayden Francis went two for three with two RBIs. Mason Lacey went two for four with two RBIs. Trey Bright drove in three runs. Austin Wilkes drove in two runs.

Jayden Leonhardt took the loss for Inman.

In the second game, Sedgwick scored nine runs in the top of the first, three in the third and a run in the fourth.

Hooper Schroeder drove in three runs. Roger Morton drove in two. Bever went two for two with two RBIs.

Landen Snyder went two for two for Inman.

Nolan Crumrine went 4.1 innings for the win, allowing five hits, a walk and five strikeouts. Hooper Schroeder finished the game.

Derick Johnson took the loss for Inman.

Sedgwick is 9-1 and plays Friday at Canton-Galva.

First game

Sedgwick;420;(14);—19;14;1

Inman;000;( 0);—0;1;3

Hoffsommer (W) and n/a; Leonhardt (L), Ramey 2, Sivilis 4, Parkhurst 4 and n/a.

Second game

Sedgwick;903;10;—13;7;2

Inman;000;00;—0;6;2

Crumrine (W), H.Schroeder 5 and n/a; Johnson (L), Brown 1, Snyder 3 and n/a.

Marion 10, Remington 0

Marion 10, Remington 0

MARION — The Remington Bronco baseball team suffered a pair of setbacks to the Marion Warriors Tuesday in HOAL play in Marion.

Marion lost both games 10-0.

The first game was called after six innings on the 10-run rule. The second game was called after five innings.

In the first game, Marion scored in every run but the fourth. The Warriors broke the game open with five runs in the third inning.

Chase Stringer threw a complete-game two-hitter, walking five and striking out five. Shane Tillotson took the loss for Remington. Hagan Taylor and Jordan Wright finished the game.

Cooper Carpented led Marion at the plate, going two for three with two RBIs. Luke Lanning also drove in two runs.

In the second game, Sam Zinn tossed a one-hitter, walking one and striking out five. Weston Sommers took the loss for Remington, allowing eight unearned runs on three hits with three walks and a strikeout. Kyle Thiessen finished the game, allowing no hits, two unearned runs, three walks and two strikeouts.

Marion used a seven-run second inning to take command.

Wheeler drove in four runs for Marion.

Ryan Hamilton broke up the no-hitter for Remington.

Remington is 5-9 and hosts Ell-Saline Friday.

First game

Remington;000;000;—0;2;2

Marion;115;012;—10;7;0

Tillotson (L), Taylor 3, Wright 6 and Thiessen; Stringer (W) and Srajer, Hoffner 3.

Second game

Remington;000;00;—0;1;9

Marion;171;01;—10;3;1

Sommers (L), Thiessen 3 and Thiessen, Sommers 3; Zinn (W) and Hoffner.