win 4 events
WICHITA — The Newton High School girls’ track team won four events in the elite division of the Shocker Pre-State Classic Friday at Cessna Stadium in Wichita.
Newton claimed a number of other medals in the elite division.
Competition was divided into elite, 6-5-4A and 3-2-1A. Halstead, Hesston, Remington and Burrton also competed in the meet.
The Railer girls were led by Kalli Anderson and Savannah Simmons, who finished 1-2 in the elite girls’ 100-meter dash in 11.58 and 12.04 respectively.
Anderson won the elite girls’ 200-meter dash in 24.93, followed by Simmons in fourth in 25.73.
The team of Alexis Valle-Ponds, Anderson, Taylor Antonowich and Simmons won the elite girls’ 4x100-meter relay in 48.62.
The team of Maggie Remsberg, Taylor Antonowich, Christian Bruce and Savannah Simmons won the elite girls’ 4x400-meter relay in 4:07.63.
Remsberg took second in the elite girls’ 100-meter high hurdles in 15.16. Remsberg was fifth in the elite girls’ 300-meter low hurdles in 46.47. Remsberg finished fifth in the elite girls’ long jump in 16-1.
Taylor Antonowich took fourth in the elite girls’ 400-meter dash in 59.66.
Amanda Dorrell finished sixth in the elite girls’ discus in 116-3.
Savannah Garcia won the girls’ triple jump (6-5-4A) in 34-7 and finished second in the girls’ long jump (6-5-4A) in 15-9.
Gabriela Lara took second in the discus (6-5-4A) in 108-11.
The team of Lindsay Antonowich, Christina Bruce, Megan Bartel and Alaina Stucky took third in the girls’ 4x800-meter relay (6-5-4A) in 10:39.62.
Kyndal Bacon took third in the triple jump (6-5-4A) in 33-1 and tied for 13th in the high jump (6-5-4A) in 4-7 3/4.
Bruce took fourth in the girls’ 400-meter dash (6-5-4A) in 1:02.75.
Dorrell was ninth in the shot put (6-5-4A) in 33-5 3/4, followed by Kelsi Harris in 16th in 32-7 1/2.
Lindsay Antonowich was 17th in the girls’ 800-meter run (6-5-4A) in 2:38.28, followed by Caroline Barger in 44th in 2:48.44.
Jerik Ochoa took sixth in the elite boys’ 110-meter high hurdles in 15.31. Ochoa was 28th in the long jump (6-5-4A) in 17-4.
Garrett Mick took eighth in the elite boys’ 800-meter run in 2:12.39.
Ethan Entz took second in the discus (6-5-4A) in 147-1, followed by Damarius Peterson in 15th in 123-5.
Peterson took fifth in the shot put (6-5-4A) in 48-3 1/4. Entz was 12th in 44-4.
James Harris took 10th in the 100-meter dash (6-5-4A) in 11.51 and 17th in the 200-meter dash (6-5-4A) in 22.89.
Milo Jones took 12th in the pole vault (6-5-4A) in 11-5 3/4.
The team of Jonah Hodge, Kolyn Sauceda, Noah Massanari and Erik Brown took 13th in the boys’ 4x800-meter relay (6-5-4A) in 9:20.25.
Creed Ekerberg took 15th in the boys’ 300-meter intermediate hurdles (6-5-4A) in 45.47, followed by Eli Blaufuss in 17th in 46.79.
The team of Blaufuss, Harris, Joel Thompson and Zachary Garcia finished 15th in the 4x400-meter relay (6-5-4A) in 3:48.74.
The team of Adan (Tony) Wilmore-Lemus, Harris, Garcia and Blaufuss took 18th in the boys’ 4x100-meter relay (6-5-4A) in 46.86.
Wilmore-Lemus was 20th in the triple jump (6-5-4A) in 34-10 1/2.
Malichai Coleman was 22nd in the long jump (6-5-4A) in 18-3 1/4.
Thompson took 25th in the boys’ 400-meter dash (6-5-4A) in 55.61. Gregor Hoffman was 36th in 59.90.
Hodge took 29th in the boys’ 800-meter run (6-5-4A) in 2:15.31.
Hastead’s Braden Gerber, Andrew O’Brien, Dakota Blaylock and Josh Talbott placed sixth in the elite boys’ 4x800-meter relay in 8:35.94.
The team of Kameron Freeman, Blaylock, Kason O’Neal and Braden Gerber took second in the 4x400-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 3:40.16.
Talbott took second in the boys’ 800-meter run (3-2-1A) in 2:04.02. Blaylock was eighth in 2:06.08.
O’Neal took fourth in the triple jump (3-2-1A) in 39-8.
The team of Freeman, Aric Propst, Gage Larson and O’Neal finished fifth in the 4x100-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 45.60.
Freeman took third in the boys’ 300-meter intermediate hurdles (3-2-1A) in 42.56.
Braden Gerber took ninth in the boys’ 400-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 54.00.
Propst was seventh in the discus (3-2-1A) in 126-0, followed by Josh Loucks in 10th in 121-2 and Drew Blyalock in 22nd in 105-11. Propst finished ninth in the shot put (3-2-1A) in 42-2 1/4.
Gage Larson took 10th in the pole vault (3-2-1A) in 10-6.
The team of Madison McClain, Karenna Gerber, Katylynn Millspaugh and Maggie McKee took third in the 4x100-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 52.04.
The team of Karenna Gerber, Jayden Siebert, Kaia Siebert and Lydia Johnson took sixth in the girls’ 4x800-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 11:11.81.
McKee finished fourth in the 200-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 27,63, followed by McClain in 10th in 28.71. McKee finished ninth in the 100-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 13.33.
Shaeley Day took eighth in the discus (3-2-1A) in 105-6.
Karenna Gerber was ninth in the 300-meter low hurdles (3-2-1A) in 52.12.
The team of Karenna Gerber, McClain, Johnson and McKee finished 10th in the 4x400-meter relay in 4:31.20.
Johnson was 12th in the girls’ 800-meter run (3-2-1A) in 2:40.49, followed by Jayden Siebert in 14th in 2:41.76.
McClain finished 14th in the long jump (3-2-1A) 13-10 1/2.
Hesston’s Kylie Klassen took fourth in the elite girls’ pole vault in 9-6 1/4.
Elise Kaiser took seventh in the elite girls’ 400-meter dash in 1:01.27. Kaiser took second in the 100-meter high hurdles (3-2-1A) in 16.92 and fifth in the 200-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 27.68.
The team of Connie Schott, Marisa Vogt, Klassen and Kaiser took second in the girls’ 4x400-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 4:20.16.
Lydia Enge won the girls’ discus (3-2-1A) in 116-0, followed by Celbi Richardson in 10th in 102-6.
Richardson was second in the girls’ shot put (3-2-1A) 36-2 1/4. Enge was 13th in 29-6 3/4.
The team of Olivia Lais, Marisa Vogt, Kailie Hamilton and Abby Weber took seventh in the girls’ 4x800-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 11:25.91.
The team of Vogt, Connie Schott, Alex Martin and Kylie Klassen finished seventh in the 4x100-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 54.03.
Schott finished 10th in the 100-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 13.43.
Vogt was 11th in the 300-meter low hurdles (3-2-1A) in 52.24.
Weber was 15th in the girls’ 800-meter run (3-2-1A) in 2:42.37, followed by Lais in 18th in 2:47.35.
Hesston’s Parker Roth finished seventh in the elite boys’ 100-meter dash in 10.92. Roth was 10th in the elite boys’ 200-meter dash in 23.28. Roth was fifth in the long jump (3-2-1A) in 20-1.
Reese Nebel won the high jump (3-2-1A) in 6-0 3/4. Nebel took fourth in the boys’ 300-meter intermediate hurdles (3-2-1A) in 42.58.
The team of Josh Roth, Ayden Fleming, Mitchell Martin and Parker Roth took third in the boys’ 4x100-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 45.23.
The team of Jordyn Vogt, Chase McDonald, Jesus Ramirez and Nebel took fourth in the 4x100-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 3:43.32.
The team of McDonald, Vogt, Johnny Yang and Nebel finished fifth in the boys’ 4x800-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 9:16.26.
Martin Mitchell sixth in the triple jump (3-2-1A) in 38-11 1/2 and was 11th in the long jump (3-2-1A) in 18-10.
Fleming took 16th in the 100-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 12.04.
Braden Esau took 19th in the triple jump (3-2-1A) in 35-3 and 28th in the boys’ 400-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 58.13.
McDonald took 16th in the 800-meter run (3-2-1A) in 2:15.07, followed by Vogt in 19th in 2:15.65 and Yang in 31st in 2:26.53.
The Remington girls were led by Hope Thiel, who won the girls’ 100-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 12.60, followed by Kimalee Cook in fifth in 12.93. Thiel took third in the elite girls’ 400-meter dash in 57.92.
Cook took third in the girls’ 100-meter high hurdles (3-2-1A) in 17.20.
The team of Lydia Bumgarner, Cook, Mikayla Johnson and Thiel took fourth in the 4x100-meter shuttle hurdles relay (all classes) in 1:14.46.
Bumgarner was sixth in the triple jump (3-2-1A) in 31-2 1/2.
Morgan Johnson was 10th in the shot put (3-2-1A) in 30-1.
The team of Bumgarner, Cook, Johnson and Thiel took 13th in the 4x100-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 4:34.58.
The Remington team of Asher Brown, Kobe Cook, Craig Fee and Jacob Holle took ninth in the boys’ 4x800-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 9:59.20.
The team of Kobe Cook, Konnor Cook, Owen Thiel and Holle took 18th in the 4x400-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 4:12.76.
Owen Thiel finished 11th in the 110-meter high hurdles (3-2-1A) in 18.64.
Craig Fee finished 11th in the pole vault at 10-0.
Konnor Cook finished 15th in the 100-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 12.02, followed by Thiel in 25th in 12.28. Konnor Cook was 18th in the long jump (3-2-1A) in 16-3 3/4.
Burrton’s team of Kyle Boyle, Bryan Swartz, Michael Rimbey and Dustin Hughes took 14th in the 4x100-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 48.42.
The team of Steven Canadas, Boyle, Lucas Leis and Swartz took 19th in the 4x400-meter relay (3-2-1A) in 4:14.54.
Rimbey took 20th in the 100-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 12.10. Rimbey took 22nd in the 200-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 25.16.
For the Burrton girls, Samantha Simoneau finished fourth in the discus (3-2-1A) in 111-1 and 11th in the shot put (3-2-1A) in 30-0.
Amairani Salgado finished 19th in the 200-meter dash (3-2-1A) in 31.84 and 22nd in the long jump (3-2-1A) in 12-1 1/4.
Kassandra Salgado finished 20th in the 800-meter run (3-2-1A) in 2:51.52.
splits on road
ABILENE — The Newton High School baseball team split a double header Friday against Abilene in a make-up of an earlier rain out.
Newton won the first game 12-6 and lost the second game 6-5.
“We didn’t always play clean baseball, but we were able to string some hits together and score some runs when we needed them,” Newton coach Mark George said of the first game. “Our pitchers were able to get two or three pitches over the plate for strikes. Bryan Cusick cleared the bases with a triple.”
Newton used a six-run fifth inning to break open a 6-6 tie.
Bryan Cusick finished two for four hitting with four RBIs. Matt Seirer and Jace Maxwell each drove in two runs. Christian Malcolm went two for two with an RBI.
For Abilene, Troy Hoerner went two for three with two RBIs.
Bryan Cusick went four innings for Newton, walking one and striking out five. Kaden Davis threw three shutout innings of relief for the win, allowing two hits, two walks and two strikeouts.
Noah Wildman took the loss in relief.
“I made a mistake in sending a runner home with one out and the strongest part of the lineup coming up,” George said. “Christian Malcolm and Alex Kern pitched well. We struck out 10 times. Our goal is to hold it down to five.”
In the second game, Newton took the lead with a pair of runs in the second inning, but gave up three runs in the third. Newton scored two runs in the fifth, but gave up three runs in the bottom of the fifth. Newton added a run in the sixth.
Newton outhit Abilene 12-6 in the second game.
Robbie Keener went two for three hitting with an RBI for Abilene.
Kern drove in two runs for Newton. Sport Tegethoff went three for three with an RBI. Bryan Cusick went two for four. Colton Davis went two for three.
Kern took the loss in relief of Malcolm, Glen Freiderich threw four innings in relief of Trveor Deters for the win. Freiderich struck out six.
Newton is 3-5 and plays at 4 p.m. Tuesday at Campus.
“We’re still trying to put all three phases of the game together,” George said. “We seem to get two at a time. I still think we have a lot of potential, but we just haven’t done it yet.”
B.Cusick, K.Davis (W) 5 and Seirer; Hocker, Wildman (L) 4, Olsland 6 and Keener.
Malcolm, Kern (L) 5 and Seirer; Deters, Freiderich (W) 4 and Hoerner.
The Bethel College tennis teams split a KCAC dual meet against Tabor.
The Bethel men downed Tabor 6-3. The Bethel women fell to Tabor 6-3.
The Bethel women are 12-3, 5-2 in KCAC play. The men are 10-4, 4-3 in KCAC play. Bethel plays Tuesday at Ottawa.
Tabor 6, Bethel 3
SINGLES — Jessica Emoto T def. Rachel Herzog B 6-0, 6-0; Kimberley Buzbee B def. Naima Mexsen T 7-6(7-5), 6-4; Heidi Klaassen T def. Serena Wong B 6-1, 6-3; Olivia Brubacher T def. Mallory Meier B 6-1, 6-1; Erica Ebenkamp B def. Mandi Hiett T 6-2, 5-7, 11-9; Lindsey Stroud T def. Samantha Koch B 9-7.
DOUBLES — Emoto-Hiett T def. Herzog-Buzbee B 8-5; Klaassen-Brubacher T def. Ebenkamp-Koch B 8-3; Wong-Meier B def. Mexsen-Isaac T 8-6.
Bethel 6, Tabor 3
SINGLES — Angel Miguel T def. Dylan Miera B 6-0, 6-2; Gabe Johnson B def. Anton Sopin T 6-1, 6-0; Ryan LaCombe B def. Gallagher Martin T 6-0, 6-3; Zachary Shima B def. Stephan Wilson T 6-1, 7-6 (7-5); Fran Gallinal T def. Tyler Shima B 5-7, 6-1, 11-9; Jordan Singh B def. Billy Wiser T 6-2, 7-6 (7-4).
DOUBLES — Miguel-Gallinal T def. Miera-LaCombe B 8-6; Johnson-Singh B def. Martin-Wilson B 8-5; Z.Shima-Shawn Bontrager B def. Sopin-Adhikari T 8-4.
Sedgwick 16, Bennington 0
Sedgwick 14, Bennington 1
SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick Cardinals claimed a pair of Heart of America League wins over Bennington.
Sedgwick won the first game 16-0 in four innings on the 15-run rule. Sedgwick won the second game 14-1 in five innings on the 10-run rule.
In the first game, Sedgwick scored in every inning. Bailey Zerger went two for four with five RBIs. Macie McGinn and Avery Blank each drove in three runs.
Blank threw a three-hitter for the win, striking out 11 and walking three.
Bennington scored a run in the top of the first, but Sedgwick scored in each of the remaining innings, including seven runs in the second.
Ashton McGinn went three for four with three RBIs. Macey McGinn went two for four with two RBIs. Taylinn Lacey and Blank each added two RBIs.
Blank allowed three hits, three walks and three strikeouts.
Sedgwick is 3-3 and plays Tuesday at Hutchinson Trinity.
Shotpard (L), Dawson 3 and n/a; Blank (W) and n/a.
Dawson (L) and n/a; Blank (W) and n/a.
H.Trinity 16, Moundridge 2
H.Trinity 11, Moundridge 1
SOUTH HUTCHINSON — The Moundridge Wildcats dropped a pair of games to Hutchinson Trinity Friday in HOAL play in South Hutchinson.
The Celtics won 16-2 and 11-1. Both games were called after five innings on the 10-run rule.
Moundridge led the first game 2-0 after the first inning, but gave up four in the second, nine in the third and three in the fourth.
The Wildcats were held to three hits in the first game.
Zizi Sebrant took the loss.
In the second game, Moundridge led 1-0 after the first inning. Trinity tied the game in the second. The Celtics scored three runs in the third and seventh in the fifth.
Makenzie Elmore took the loss for Moundridge, walking eight and striking out seven.
Moundridge is 3-5 and hosts Canton-Galva Tuesday.
Z.Sebrant (L) and K.Sebrant; Galliher (W) and Shank.
Elmore (L) and E.Durst; Galliher (W) and Shank. HR — HT: Shank.
Moundridge 16, Inman 6
Moundridge 21, Inman 11
MOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge Wildcats claimed a pair of wins over Inman Friday in non-league games.
Moundridge won the first game 16-6 in five innings on the 10-run rule. The Wildcats won the second game 21-11 in six innings.
The Wildcats broke the first game open with seven runs in the third inning.
Bryant Olson went three for three with three RBIs. Chris Leddy went three for three with an RBI. Peyton Fast drove in two runs.
Collin Kohl went 4.1 innings for the win, striking out three. Wyatt Falco finished the game.
Connor Brown took the loss for Inman. Brown also hit a home run.
In the second game, Inman used an eight-run fourth inning to take a 10-8 lead. The Teutons added a run in the fifth. The Wildcats scored four runs in the fourth, five runs in the fifth and four more in the sixth to put things away.
Kohl drove in five runs for Moundridge. Fast drove in four. Corbin Unruh and Noah Eichelberger each drove in three runs.
Landon Snyder drove in three runs for Inman. Kolton Lane drove in two.
Falco threw 2.2 innings of relief to claim the win. Snyder took the loss for Inman.
Moundridge is 3-5 and hosts Canton-Galva Tuesday.
Brown (L), Munoz 3, Leonhart 5, Sivils 5 and n/a; Kohl (W), Falco 5 and n/a. HR — I: Brown.
Johnson, Raney 3, Snyder (L) 4, Sivils 6 and n/a; Leddy, Knight 4, Falco (W) 4 and n/a.