SOFTBALL

Class 2-1A

Moundridge 19, Inman 7

GALVA — The Moundridge Wildcat softball team downed rival Inman 19-7 Monday in the Class 2-1A regional quarterfinals in Galva.

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

Inman scored three runs in the top of the first on two hits and an error. Grace Regehr drove in a run for the Teutons. Inman added a run in the second inning.

Moundridge scored a pair of runs in the first inning and eight in the second. The Wildcats took the game in hand with nine runs in the third inning. Inman scored two runs in the fourth and a run in the fifth.

ZiZi Sebrant pitched the win for the Wildcats, allowing eight hits, six earned runs, six walks and three strikeouts. Kennedy Shober took the loss for Inman, allowing 14 runs on nine hits with six walks and a strikeout. Hannah Lucas finished the game, allowing five runs on four hits with three walks and two strikeouts.

Keira Sebrant led Moundridge at the plate, going three for four hitting with a home run and driving in five runs. ZiZi Sebrant went three for four with four RBIs. Makenzie Elmore and Katie Castor each had a home run and drove in two runs. Ellen Durst went two for three with two RBIs.

Rachel Harmon drove in two runs for Inman. Bailey Jo Ediger went three for four with an RBI. Macy DeWitt went two for three with an RBI. Hope Schriner went two for four hitting.

Inman ends the season 5-16. Moundridge is 14-7 and takes on second-seeded Chase County (14-6) at 4:30 p.m. today in the semifinals. The finals are scheduled for 6 p.m.

Inman;310;21;—7;8;4

Moundridge;289;0x;—19;13;3

Shober (L), Lucas 3 and Sneath, Harmon n/a; Z.Sebrant (W) and K.Sebrant. HR — M: Elmore, K.Sebrant, Castor.

Class 3A

Sedgwick 17, SW Heights 0

HAVEN — The Sedgwick Cardinals breezed into the semifinals of the Class 3A regionals at Haven after a 17-0 win over Southwestern Heights Monday.

The game was called in the third inning on the 15-run rule. There were just two hits in the game.

Avery Blank tossed a no-hitter for the Cardinals, allowing a walk with two strikeouts.

Sedgwick scored six runs in the first inning and 11 in the second. Aided by nine errors, only two of the runs were earned.

Temree Crouch went 1.1 innings in the loss, allowing two earned runs on two hits with seven walks and three strikeouts. Tagan Crouch finished the game, walking two.

Macie McGinn and Paige Brown each had a hit for Sedgwick. Taylinn Lacey and Ashton McGinn each drove in two runs. Macie McGinn, Bailey Zerger, Kylie Charles and Brown each drove in a run.

Southwestern Heights ends the season 6-15. Sedgwick is 14-7 and plays the Hutchinson Trinity-Hesston winner at 4:30 p.m. today in the semifinals. The finals follow at 6 p.m.

SW Hts.;0( 0)0;—0;0;9

Sedgwick;6(11)x;—17;2;2

Te.Couch (L), Ta.Crouch and Arellano; Blank (W) and Charles.

Sterling 14, Remington 12

HAVEN — The Remington Bronco softball team ended the season with a 14-12 loss to Sterling Monday in the Class 3A regionals in Haven.

Remington outhit Sterling 11-7, but the Broncos gave up 20 walks to 10.

Sterling led 11-9 after three innings, adding three runs in the fifth inning. Remington came back with a pair of runs in the bottom of the sixth and added a run in the seventh.

Elizabeth Horsch went the distance for Sterling, allowing 10 earned runs on 11 hits with 10 walks and 11 strikeouts. Madison Hamilton went 3.1 innings in the loss, allowing six earned runs on five hits with 12 walks and a strikeout. Rianna Lawler finished the game, allowing three runs on two hits with eight walks and three strikeouts.

Horsch went three for three hitting, driving in three runs. Kelsie Boeken went two for four with a home run and two RBIs. Sydnee Carder and Aubrey Anderson also drove in two runs each. Karlie Boeken and Aniston Ramsey each drew four walks for the Black Bears.

Caitlin Crisp went three for four hitting for Remington, driving in four runs. Adeline Reese drove in two runs. Bethany Regehr went four for five with an RBI. Olivia Eck drew three walks.

Remington ends the season 13-8. Sterling, 13-8, faces the Haven-Halstead winner at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the semifinals.

Sterling;155;030;0;—14;7;3

Remington;261;002;1;—12;11;3

Horsch (W) and Riffle; Hamilton (L), Lawler 4 and Crisp. HR — S: Boeken.

Hesston 6, H.Trinity 4

HAVEN — The Hesston Swather softball team won its first post-season games in a several years, stopping Hutchinson Trinity 6-4 Monday in the Class 3A regionals in Haven.

Down 1-0, Hesston scored five runs in the second inning and added a run in the fifth. Trinity fought back with two runs in the sixth and another in the seventh.

Alaina Dunlavy went two for four hitting for Hesston with three RBIs. Makayla Russell and Kaiara Evancho each went two for three with an RBI. Shelby Kemp also drove in a run.

Jordan Galiher went two for four hitting for Trinity with three RBIs.

Kaela Wade pitched a complete game for Hesston, allowing three earned runs on six hits with two walks and eight strikeouts. Galliher took the loss for Trinity, allowing six runs on nine hits with three walks and six strikeouts.

Trinity ends the season 17-4. Hesston is 6-13 and plays inter-county rival Sedgwick at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the semifinals. The finals follow at 6 p.m.

Hesston;050;010;0;—6;9;2

H.Trinity;100;002;1;—4;6;0

Wade (W) and Dunlavy; Galliher (L) and Shank.

Haven 11, Halstead 4

HAVEN — The Haven Wildcats used a six-run second inning to claim an 11-4 win over the Halstead Dragons Monday in Class 3A regional play in Haven.

Halstead scored a run in the top of the first, but Haven came back with two runs in the bottom of the inning and broke the game open in the second inning. Halstead scored three runs in the third inning, but Haven answered in the bottom of the fourth.

Maguire Estill pitched four innings for the win for Haven, allowing two earned runs, six hits, a walk and three strikeouts. Brooke Brawner finished the game, allowing a hit with two strikeouts in three innings.

Callie Considine took the loss for Halstead, allowing 10 earned runs, 12 hits, four walks and a strikeout.

Estill went two for four hitting for Haven with a home run and driving in four. Brawner drove in two. Kylie Hefling and Kaylie Bontrager each went two for three with an RBI. Kaylie Kincaid went two for four.

Bailey Goodman and Madyson Beckett each went two for three hitting for Halstead. Solie-Anne Werner, Considine and Brittley Day each drove in a run.

Halstead ends the season 3-18. Haven, 20-1 and the top seed of the tourney, takes on Sterling at 3 p.m. Wednesday in the semifinals.

Halstead;103;000;0;—4;7;3

Haven;260;300;x;—11;12;4

Considine (L) and n/a; Estill (W), Brawner 5 and n/a. HR — Hav.: Estill.

BASEBALL

Class 3A

Halstead 2, Sedgwick 1

SEDGWICK — Dalton Kraus threw a six-hitter in 6.2 innings to lead the Halstead Dragons to a 2-1 win over the Sedgwick Cardinals Monday in Class 3A regional baseball in Sedgwick.

Kraus allowed a run with two walks and eight strikeouts, finishing the game with 105 pitches. Kaden Kraus threw two pitches to get the final out and a save.

Carter Hiebert and David Schulte each drove in a run for Halstead in the top of the third inning.

Mason Lacey drove in a run for Sedgwick in the bottom of the sixth.

Sedgwick’s Hooper Schroeder finished two for three hitting, the sole player in the game with more than one hit.

Sedgwick starter Trey Bright went 2.2 innings to take the loss, allowing two runs, three hits, a walk and three strikeouts. Andrew Hoffsommer went 2.1 innings, allowing a hit, a walk and two strikeouts. Nolan Crumrine finished the game, striking out one.

Sedgwick ends the season 15-4. Halstead, 5-16, takes on either Belle Plaine or Haven at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the semifinals in Cheney.

The finals are set for 5 p.m. Wednesday.

Halstead;002;000;0;—2;4;1

Sedgwick;000;001;0;—1;5;1

D.Kraus (W), K.Krause (S) 7 and Schulte; Bright (L), Hoffsommer 3, Crumrine 6 and Morton.

Hesston 15, Chaparral 4

ANTHONY — The Hesston Swather baseball team made its post-season debut by beating Chaparral 15-4 Monday in Class 3A regional play in rural Anthony.

The first-year Swathers trailed 3-2 after three innings, but scored six runs in the fifth inning, a run in the sixth and six more in the seventh. Chaparral added a run in the fifth.

Cameron Cox pitched 6.1 innings for Hesston, allowing three earned runs on seven hits with a walk and 10 strikeouts. Jared Nelson struck out the sole player he faced on three pitches to end the game.

Jarrett Shelton took the loss in five innings for Chaparral, allowing four earned runs on nine hits with two walks and five strikeouts. Drake Whealy pitched 1.1 innings, allowing three earned runs on two hits with three walks and a strikeout. Tate Menhusen allowed a run on two hits in .2 innings.

The Hesston offense was aided by nine Roadrunner errors.

Cameron Cox went five for five hitting, driving in three runs. Brady Cox went three for five with an RBI. Matt Whitsitt went two for five with an RBI.

Whealy went three for four hitting for Chaparral, hitting a solo home run. Shelton and Hunter Turner each drove in a run.

Chaparral ends the season 10-11. Hesston, 8-12, takes on top-seeded Cheney (17-3) at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Cheney.

Hesston;101;061;6;—15;13;1

Chaparral;003;010;0;—4;7;9

C.Cox (W), Nelson 7 and n/a; Shelton (L), Whealy 6, Menhusen 7 and n/a. HR — C: Whealy.

Fredonia 10, Remington 8

WHITEWATER — The Remington Broncos gave up a five-run fifth inning, leading to a 10-8 loss to Fredonia-Elk Valley Monday in Class 3A regional baseball play in Whitewater.

Remington led 6-5 after three innings. After Fredonia took the lead, the Broncos added a run each in the fifth and sixth innings.

Jaden Schmidt went two for four hitting for Fredonia with a home run, a double and three RBIs. Ian Houchin went three for four with three RBIs. John Dutton drove in two runs. Brayden O’Neal went two for four with an RBI.

Kyle Thiessen went three for four for Remington, driving in two runs. Javier Martinez went also drove in two runs.

Schmidt went five innings for the win, allowing five earned runs on nine hits with four walks and seven strikeouts. Brandon Lawrence finished the game for the save, allowing a run on a hit.

Thiessen went four innings for Remington, allowing two runs on three hits with four walks and six strikeouts. Weston Sommers started the fifth and took the loss, allowing two earned runs on four hits with a walk and a strikeout. Shane Tillotson finished the game, allowing a run on five hits with a walk and two strikeouts.

Remington ends the season 7-14. Fredonia-Elk Valley (7-12) takes on top-seeded Humboldt (17-3) Wednesday in the semifinals in Humboldt.

Fredonia;023;050;0;—10;13;2

Remington;222;011;0;—8;10;1

Schmidt (W), Lawrence (S) 6 and ; Thiessen, Sommers (L) 5, Tillotson 5 and . HR — F: Schmidt.

Class 2-1A

Moundridge 8, Minneola 3

MOUNDRIDGE — The Moundridge Wildcat baseball team snapped a four-game losing streak by stopping Minneola 8-3 Monday in the quarterfinals of the Class 2-1A regionals at Grasshopper Park in Moundridge.

Moundridge scored a run in the bottom of the third and added two more runs in the bottom of the fifth. Minneola came back to tie the game in the top of the sixth, but the Wildcats put things away with five runs in the bottom of the sixth and held off Minneola in the top of the seventh.

Chris Leddy went two for three hitting for Moundridge, driving in three runs. Luke Ratzlaff went two for two with a home run and two RBIs. Corbin Unruh went two for three with an RBI. Collin Kohl also drove in a run. Noah Eichelberger went two for three hitting. Bryant Olson went two for four.

Tuck Lang went two for four hitting for Minneola. Collin Berger, Maverick Flax and Austin Schaffer each drove in a run.

“It took us a while to get going but we finally hit the ball in the fifth and sixth innings,” Moundridge coach Lynn Eichelberger said. “We were leading 3-0 and let Minneola back in the game with a few walks and hit batsmen. They tied the game in the top of the sixth and still had the bases loaded with two outs. I noticed the runner at third was getting a huge secondary lead. I called a pick play to third and catcher Collin Kohl made a nice snap-throw to Jon Schlosser at third base to get the third out to end the inning. It gave us some momentum and in the bottom of the inning, after Schlosser got walked, Luke Ratzlaff hit a laser to the fence and came all the way around to score for an inside-the-park home run. Wyatt Falco reached on an error and then Corbin Unruh and Noah Eichelberger followed with consecutive singles. A well executed suicide squeeze by Kohl and courtesy runner Brady Helms extended the lead. Chris Leddy then followed with a two-rbi single to center scoring Unruh and Eichelberger.”

Leddy went two innings on the mound for Moundridge, striking out two. Kohl went 1.2 innings, allowed two hits and striking out three. Wyatt Falco went three innings for the win, allowing a hit, three walks and three strikeouts. Cross Lintecum pitched the final out, allowing three runs and two hits.

Lang went 5.2 innings for the loss for Minneola, allowing four earned runs on nine hits with three walks and six strikeouts.

“We were trying to save our starting pitching for tomorrow so we only let Leddy and Kohl go thirty pitches,” Lynn Eichelberger said. “Wyatt Falco had to pitch through some jams and finished the game getting the win. He is the only pitcher not available for tomorrow. I though Leddy and Kohl pitched well and need to continue that trend tomorrow for us to have a chance.”

Minneola ends the season 2-15. Moundridge is 8-13 and plays Medicine Lodge (12-6) at 3:30 p.m. today. The finals are scheduled for 5 p.m.

Minneola;000;003;0;—3;6;3

Moundridge;001;025;x;—8;11;1

Lang (L), #23 6, Helin 6 and n/a; Leddy, Kohl 3, Falco (W) 4, Lintecum 7 and n/a. HR — Ratzlaff.