Hays High tennis player Lynsie Hansen earned second place in No. 1 singles at the Western Athletic Conference meet on Monday in Great Bend.
Hansen went 3-1 in the tournament. She picked up victories over Garden City’s Carson Linenberger (8-5), Dodge City’s Faith Heath (8-5) and Liberal’s Priscilla Vazquez (8-3). Her loss came in a tight match against Great Bend’s Remi Ingram, who pulled out an 8-7 win after winning the tiebreaker 7-2.
Hays’ No. 2 doubles team of Maggie Robben and Sage Zweifel went 1-3 on the day.
HHS volleyball goes 2-1 at home
The Hays High volleyball team went 2-1 in a quadrangular on Monday at Hays High.
The Indians beat Phillipsburg (25-17, 25-22) and Colby (25-22, 25-22) and fell to Liberal (23-25, 25-17, 20-25).
Tasiah Nunnery had a team-high 30 kills and 25 assists on the day.
Kyah Summers and Kaitlyn Suppes each had five assists against Phillipsburg while Sierra Bryant added seven kills against Liberal.
The Indians moved to 16-10 and will play in Larned on Thursday.
The HHS junior varsity team went 3-0 on Monday.
HHS cross country competes in Junction City
The Hays High girls cross county team placed five runners in the top 20 of the Junction City Invitational on Monday.
Amelia Jaeger paced the Indians with a 22:06, taking 11th. Yesenia Maldonado followed with a 22:57 to take 15th.
Jaycine Watson (23:02.00) was 17th, Claire Shippy (23:06) took 19th and Landri Dotts (23:29) placed 20th.
The Indians placed fourth in the team standings.
On the boys side, HHS was led by Brayden Hines’ 18th-place finish in 19:01.