Fox Ridge Monday Seniors

1. John Wilson, Al Gann, Bud Malone, Dave Stallbaumer, Wes Brooks 30.

2. Mark Bennett, Dewayne Morgan, Wil Besore, Junior Hargis 32.

3. Ron Bogle, Rod Mather, Tom Pryor, Jerry Friessen 33.

Next play — 9 a.m. Monday.

Fox Ridge Tuesday Seniors

1. Dane Lawrence, Jim Zook, Bob Wilson, Jerry Friessen -7.

2. Mark Bennett, Narci Larez, Junior Hargis, n/a -7.

3. George Eason, Al Gann, Bud, Leo Griffith -7.

Closest to the hole — Roger Bratland. Longest putt — Walt Long.

Next play — 1 p.m. Tuesday.

Fox Ridge Wednesday Scramble

1. Ryan Wright, Ryan Hoyme, John Johnson, Aaron Thompson 31.

2. Guy McKay, Lanny Bevan, Brian Phipps, Rod Williams 34.

Longest putt on 6 — Ken Lieske.

Next play — Wednesday.




Some Beaches;87.5;32.5

Eastgate Chicks;85.5;34.5

VFW 971;80;40


Kustom Karriers;66;54

Ball Hugger;60;60

Eastgate Lanes;55.5;64.5

Family Ties;52;68


High Single Game — Pam Berg, Barb Zenner, 215; High Single Series — Barb Zenner, 583; High Team Game — Eastgate Chicks, 697; High Team Series — Eastgate Chicks, 1,980.


Moxie’s Drinking Team;43;17

Busy Bees;40;20

Eastgate Lanes;39;21

Todd’s Pro Shop;35;25

Prestige Worldwide;34;26

Hillsboro Ford;29;31

Pete’s Posse;28;32

One Left;27.5;32.5

Scotty’s Dogs;27;33


Looney Tunes;18;42

Linn Pinns;17.5;42.5

High Single Game — Men: Kevin Barton, Dennis Hildebrand, 279; Women: Stephanie Timmerman, 202; High Single Series — Men: Kevin Barton, 721; Women: Stephanie Timmerman, 544; High Team Game — Eastgate Lanes, 1,110. High Team Series — Eastgate Lanes, 3,136.


Final standings

Ball Busters;43:25

Strike and Spare G.;40;28

Team Retired;38;30

It Doesn’t Matter;35;33


Gear Heads;32.5;35.5

We Need Some;25;43

Give ‘Em 3;25;43

High Single Game — Men: Joe Thomas, 279; Women: n/a; High Series — Men: Joe Thomas, 730; Women: n/a; High Team Game — Team Retired, 1,066; High Team Series — Team Retired, 3,006.

Middle school

tennis 3-0

The Newton middle schools tennis team is off to a 3-0 start in Pioneer League play, beating Derby 13-11, Salina South 19-2 and Derby North 17-1.

In a non-league match, Newton fell to Andover Central 14-10.

Newton placed third at the 12-team Arkansas City Invitational. Justin Franz and Otis Musser placed second at first doubles. Payton McCord and Joe Slechta placed third at second doubles. Ben Friesen Guhr was 10th at first singles. Simon Koontz took fourth at second singles.

Bethel signs

two players

Bethel College women’s basketball coach Drew Johnson signed two players to letters of intent to play for the Threshers beginning this fall.

Signed were Josie Calzonetti of Garden City and Sydney Tenant of Peoria, Ariz.

Calzonetti, a 5-foot-10 guard, averaged 14 points and seven rebounds a game for Garden City High School, where she was a second-team All-Western Athletic Conference selection and an honorable mention All-Class 6A selection. She also played for the New Level Eclipse club team.

"I am thrilled to further my education and basketball career at Bethel College, and to better myself as a player and person under head coach Drew Johnson and coach Nicole Ohlde Johnson," Calzonetti said.

"Josie is a player that will arrive at Bethel with an incredible work ethic and an expanding game," Johnson said. "She has put a great amount of time into her basketball career and will be a vital part of our continued growth as a program. As a player Josie's versatility is what made her stand out in the recruiting process. We look forward to having Josie on campus in the fall."

Calzonetti is a member of the National Honor Society and intends to major in marketing and sports management at Bethel.

Tenant is a 5-11 forward who played for Liberty High School. She is a three-time all-region and all-district selection. Tenant averages 8.5 points and 2.1 rebounds a game.

Tenant plays for the Team Hawkins club team.

"Sydney comes to us from Arizona as a player that is willing to compete on every possession and has the competitiveness to be a great player at Bethel," Johnson said. "Sydney can score it off the bounce and from the perimeter as well. I also love her ability to rebound and be a great teammate. We are looking forward to having Sydney as a Thresher.”

Tenant also is a member of the National Honor Society. She intends to major in nursing.


win opener

The Newton Dirtbaggers 14U baseball team opened the season with an 8-2 win over the Northside Sluggers 8-2.

Joe Slechta had three hits for the Dirtbaggers. Caleb Koontz, Luke Hirsh and Owen Mick each had two hits.

Koontz pitched 3.1 innings for the win. Cade Valdez finished the game.

Wingnuts sign

more players

WICHITA — The Wichita Wingnuts signed two more players to the team’s training camp roster — pitchers Mark Haynes and pitcher Parker Sanburn.

Haynes is a nine-year pro who played seven seasons in the American Association with Shreveport-Bossier, Laredo, Amarillo and Kansas City.

He played last season with Sugar Land of the Atlantic League, where he was 2-5 with a 3.40 earned-run-average, 13 saves, 57 strikeouts and 30 walks.

Lifetime, he is 17-21 with a 4.50 ERA, 43 saves, 360 strikeouts and 209 walks.

Sanburn is a second-year pro. He split his rookie season in the Texas Rangers organization between Class A Hickory of the South Atlantic League and Spokane of the Short-Season A Northwest League. Sanburn went 0-2 with a 2.35 ERA, 16 strikeouts and 12 walks.

Sanburn played a year at the University of Arkansas, pitching in 11 games as a reliever. He attended Indiana University for a year, but didn’t play there. He played a year for Des Moines Area Community College, where he was 5-3 with a 3.44 ERA. He also spent a summer with the Lakeshore Chinooks of the Northwoods League.