Canton-Galva?Lane Wiens paved the way for the Eagles at the Burrton Invitational at Harvey County West Thursday. He finished 12th in 20 minutes, 10.9 seconds.
For the girls, Brittany Dieker finished 19th (20:32.1).
In junior varsity boys? action, Zach Snow finished eighth (22:44.1).
In the JV girls? race, Krystal May was sixth and Kaylee Littrell was seventh. Times were not available as the timer malfunctioned.
The Eagles will compete in the league meet Thursday at Marion. The girls are scheduled to run at 4:30 p.m., with the boys to follow at 5 p.m.
Centre?Nellie Kassebaum led the Cougars at Harvey County West Thursday in a meet hosted by Burrton. She placed seventh in 19 minutes, 22.0 seconds.
Ally Basore was 10th (19:43.3).
Kevin Lewis was 21st in the boys? varsity race (22:20.53).
Goessel?Heath Goertzen paced the Bluebirds at the Burrton Invitational at Harvey County West Thursday with an eighth-place finish in the varsity boys? race in 19 minutes, 31.2 seconds.
Ben Wiens was 10th (20:01.4), Zach Wiens was 17th (21:23.1), Nils Erdoesi was 25th (22:58.97) and Aaron Woelk was 28th (23:22.56).
As a team, the Bluebird boys finished second with 36 points behind Halstead (6).
Sophie Freuler led the varsity girls with a second-place finish in 17:47.8.
Jen Meysing was fifth (18:46.7), Riley Jarvis was 13th (19:53.3), Mayuko Kanda was 20th (21:21.7) and Merle Weidenhammer was 21st (21:38.5).
The Bluebird girls finished second as a team (21) behind Sedgwick (15).
In junior varsity boys? action, Jake Herrel was 11th (24:06.7), Leighton Wagner was 13th (24:39.4) and Dane Kruger was 16th (25:22.5).
Kara Schmucker was ninth for the JV girls (27:15.0).
The Bluebirds will compete at regionals Oct. 26 at Cessna Activity Center in Wichita. The girls will race at 2 p.m., followed by the boys at 2:30 p.m.
Canton-Galva?The Eagles (3-3) fell to Solomon (6-0) Friday, 94-60.
Solomon held a 58-36 lead at halftime and totaled 447 yards rushing on the night.
Canton-Galva will host Pretty Prairie (2-4)?Friday at 7 p.m.
Centre?The Cougars defeated Cedar Vale/Dexter, 50-16, Friday.
Centre (5-2) will play at Hartford (1-5) Friday at 7 p.m.
Goessel?The Bluebirds dropped a 56-48 loss to Norwich Friday.
Norwich led 42-22 at halftime. Each team scored six points in the third quarter, and Goessel outscored Norwich 20-8 in the final quarter to draw within eight.
The Bluebirds recorded 258 yards rushing, led by Chase Flaming with 11 carries for 123 yards. Miguel Guerrero had 18 carries for 110 yards.
In the passing game, Flaming was 6-for-13 for 149 yards and two touchdowns.
Mark Schmidt led with 15 total tackles. Brian Hiebert added 12.
Goessel (2-4) will play at Chase (2-4) Friday at 7 p.m.
Peabody-Burns?The Warriors defeated Hartford, 54-8 Friday.
Peabody-Burns recorded 411 yards rushing, led by Braxton Kyle with 14 carries for 203 yards. Fred Winsor added 158 yards on 14 carries.
In the passing game, Kyle was 2-for-10 for 6 yards.
Kyle Seeney led the defense with six total tackles.
The Warriors (5-1) travel to Flinthills (1-5) Friday for a 7 p.m. game.
Canton-Galva?The Eagles split two games Tuesday, first dropping a two-set loss to Hutchinson Trinity (25-6, 25-12).
?We came out flat against Trinity,? coach Jenny Loyd said. ?We passed the ball poorly against the Celtics and never got our footing.?
The Eagles defeated Sedgwick in three sets (16-25, 25-21, 25-15).
?I was very pleased with our level of play in this match, and every member of our bench contributed to this win,? Loyd said. ?We passed and set the ball well, allowing us to have excellent net play against a strong Sedgwick team.?
Jennifer Likes led with 10 kills, and Cassie Enns contributed 15 blocks on the night.
The Eagles will participate in the Heart of America league tournament at Ell-Saline Saturday. Matches begin at 9 a.m.
Peabody-Burns at Centre?Centre defeated Peabody-Burns twice at home Tuesday.
The Cougars first defeated the Warriors 25-12, 25-15.
Summer Espinoza led with four ace serves. Cacey Simons contributed five kills and four blocks and Bryanna Svoboda added five kills.
Centre then defeated Peabody-Burns, 25-15, 25-21.
Brenna Shields had one ace serve, Svoboda led with nine kills, and Simons contributed six kills and two blocks.
The Cougars were scheduled to play at Moundridge Tuesday, while the Warriors were scheduled to play at home.
Both teams will compete in the Wheat State league tournament at Hope Saturday.
Goessel?The Bluebirds swept two games at a home triangular Tuesday.
Goessel defeated Wakefield, 25-11, 25-12, and followed with a two-set victory over Little River (25-18, 25-22).
With the wins, Goessel improved to 22-7 overall. The Bluebirds were scheduled to play at Inman Tuesday and will participate in the Wheat State League tournament at Hope Saturday. Matches begin at 10 a.m.