HS Sports Digest – 5/11


Salina Central swept Valley Center 4-1, 5-2. In game one, Central fell behind 1-0 after the first. The Mustangs broke the game open with a run in the third, fourth, and two in the fifth. Jaxon Kolzow was 2-for-3 with two runs. Caden Kickhaefer was 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored. Kade Cyre threw 6 1/3 innings, gave up five hits, one run, and struck out two. Salina Central plated four runs in the third in game two to take control. Kickhaefer was 1-for-2 with two RBI. Nick Clayson tossed 5 1/3 frames, scattered three hits and two runs.

Andover Central won both games versus Salina South 1-0, 5-3.

Sacred Heart swept Beloit 8-1, 11-10. The Trojans were limited to two hits in the opener. Evan Bogart set the tone with seven strikeouts in five innings. Bogart also logged four RBI. The nightcap was back-and-forth. Beloit grabbed a 9-5 advantage after scoring five in the fifth. Sacred Heart answered with four runs in the sixth. Beloit jumped ahead 10-9 with a run in the seventh, but Sacred Heart scored two in the bottom half to get the walkoff win. Jacob Gormley had three hits and drove in three.

Smoky Valley fell to Haven 2-0, 5-0.

Ell-Saline split with Bennington. Ell-Saline won the opener 9-8. Bennington and Ell-Saline combined for 10 runs in the second. Bennington took the lead with two runs in the fourth before three runs by Ell-Saline to get the win. Kayden Goddard was 1-for-3 with three RBI and a run. Bennington took the series finale 6-5. Bennington led 5-1 after four innings. Ell-Saline tied it up in the sixth before Bennington grabbed the lead for good in the seventh. Kade Wilson was 3-for-4 with three RBI.


Salina Central lost to Valley Center 8-0, 8-3.

Salina South defeated Hays 14-4 and Andover Central 2-0. Salina South pounded out 17 hits against the Indians. Chana Wolfe and Lainey Howard each drove in three. Jenna Henderson threw all five innings and recorded four strikeouts. Wolfe was exceptional in the nightcap. Wolfe struck out eight and gave up three hits in a complete game shutout. Emily Anderson drove in both runs for South.

Smoky Valley lost to Haven 11-1, 7-0.

Ell-Saline swept Bennington 9-1, 16-1. In the opener, Raleigh Kramer scattered five hits in seven innings, striking out 10. She recorded her 100th strikeout of the season in the process. Sadie Bradley registered four hits and had three RBI. Kramer had four hits and three RBI in the nightcap. Raynee Hardesty also had three RBI.

Girls Soccer

Salina Central defeated Ark City 10-0. Callie Sanborn scored six of the 10 goals for Central.

Salina South edged Campus 1-0. Jayden McLaughlin recorded her seventh shutout in the net. Anahyssa Nash scored the lone goal.

Boys Golf

NCAA Championship
Sacred Heart 303, Ellsworth 376, Southeast of Saline 377, Republic County 381, Minneapolis 435.

1Caleb Gilliland-12Salina Sacred Heart73
2Nate Elmore-11Salina Sacred Heart76
3Hunter Newell-9Salina Sacred Heart77
T3Mikey Matteucci-9Salina Sacred Heart77
5Walker Tuttle-9Salina Sacred Heart78
6Jack Elmore-12Salina Sacred Heart84
7Dylan Esch-9Southeast of Saline85
8Gannon Couture-9Republic County88
T8Avery Haxton-12Ellsworth88
10Dalton Bunch-11Southeast of Saline89
11Jonathan Dyke-11Republic County90
12Wyatt Bohnen-9Ellsworth93
13Joel Huffaker-9Southeast of Saline95
14Will Cravens-9Ellsworth97
15Parker McGowan-12Ellsworth98
16Jason Marrs-9Salina Sacred Heart99
T16Austin Barton-11Republic County99
18Morgan Newell-12Salina Sacred Heart101
19Hayden Lott-11Minneapolis103
T19Dayton LaDuke-12Ellsworth103
21Rowdy Dunn-11Ellsworth104
T21Trey Melton-10Republic County104
23Adam Reed-12Minneapolis107
24Kayson Lilley-10Southeast of Saline108
25Tyler Blake-11Minneapolis111
26Matthew Redden-10Southeast of Saline113
27Austin Scrivner-9Republic County114
T27Liam Nichols-10Minneapolis114
29Kaden Lambeth-11Southeast of Saline117
30Ryan Beavers-10Republic County118
T30August Hulse-11Minneapolis118
32Brock Constable-11Minneapolis119
33Garner Grauerholz-12Beloit120
T33Avery Holecek-9Ellsworth120
35Toby Weems-11Southeast of Saline124
36Electra Krone-11Beloit137

AVCTL-II Championship
Eisenhower 316, Andover Central 319, Andover 335, Ark City 340, Salina Central 341, Valley Center 342, Goddard 366.

Salina Central Results
William Ryan, 81, T8th
Collister Ryan, 84, T13th
Nolan Foley, 88, T21st
Chris O’Connor, 88, T21st
Braeden Foley, 93, T32nd
Samuel Payne, 94, T34th