Salina South defeated Salina Central 3-0
Sacred Heart defeated TMP-Marian 10-7
Sacred Heart defeated Hays 9-3
Salina Central claimed the Emporia Invitational team title.
In singles play, Collin Phelps took second while Chase Courbot finished fourth.
In doubles play, doubles team of Reed McHenry and Max Shaffer won the gold. Brady Stack and McCabe Green nabbed third.
Smoky Valley Invitational
Smoky Valley 56, Sterling 44, Buhler 39, Andover Central 38, Hutchinson 25, Sacred Heart 15, Ellinwood 4, Hutchinson Trinity 3
Sterling’s William Weiner defeated SV’s Jake Lucas, 8-2, in championship, SV’s Matt Lucas defeated Buhler’s Camrin Engelken, 8-2, for fifth; Buhler’s Cale McCabe defeated SH’s Casey Perrin, 8-2, for 11th.
SV’s Brumbaugh/Rauchholz defeated Buherl’s Ingalls/Dick, 8-1, in championships; AC’s Wilson/Flores defeated SH’s Leners/Skidmore, 8-2, for third; Sterling’s Riffel/Birzer defeated SV’s Byers/Schneier, 8-5, for seventh.
Track & Field
Salina South boys took second at McPherson Invitational. Gold medals: Keetan Munsell in 1,600, Isaac Mitchell in javelin, A.J. Johnson in triple jump, and 1,600-relay team of Munsell, Kyle Quill, Colin Schreiber, and Que Hill.
Salina Central took home three golds: Blake Olmsted in pole vault and Riley Counts in the 200 and 400 dash.
Salina South’s Victoria Maxton took first in pole vault.
Salina Central girls had five first-place finishes: Reagan Geihsler in discus and javelin, Kadyn Cobb in 1,600, Peyton Griffin in the 400, and the 3,200-relay team of Cobb, Griffin, Cora White, and Brianna Torres.