Prep teams were in action Tuesday night.
The Basehor-Linwood baseball team dropped their game at home to Shawnee Heights 6-1.
Jackson Herbel and Carter Bergman led the Bobcats with two hits each. Taylor Brownback and Chandler Miller each had a hit. Chase Torkelson threw 6.2 innings for the Bobcats, allowing nine hits, six runs with six strikeouts.
The Thunderbirds and Bobcats will meet again at Shawnee Heights on Thursday.
The softball team at BLHS fell in their first games of the season, losing in a doubleheader 11-0 and 15-0 to Shawnee Heights. The Bobcats will face De Soto in a home doubleheader next Tuesday.
The Bobcats soccer team fell in a conference matchup to Turner 5-3. The Bobcats go to Leavenworth next Tuesday.
BLHS track traveled to Bonner Springs for a meet. No information was available.
The Lansing softball team traveled to Sportsfield on Tuesday to take on Leavenworth in a doubleheader.
Lansing took game one 12-2. A recap of the first game can be found in Wednesday’s paper and online at www.leavenworthtimes.com/sports
The Lions continued the momentum from the first game into the second. Lansing jumped out 3-0 after the first inning after home runs by Brandi Basler and Caroline Crawford. The bats continued to stay hot for Lansing with the Lions scoring one in the second, three in the third, five in the fourth and three in the fifth to take the 15-0 win.
The Lions return to action next Thursday when they begin a tournament.
Lansing tennis traveled to Bonner Springs for a singles tournament. Collin Kenaga took third in No. 1 singles and Zach Crumpacker was second in No. 2 singles. The tennis team returns to Bonner on Thursday for a doubles tournament.
The Lions track team traveled to Bonner Springs on Tuesday and was highlighted by T.J. Robinson breaking a school record from 36 years ago in the 800 meter. Robinson’s time of 1:56.68 is currently the fastest in the state.
The Pioneers softball team fell in their doubleheader with Lansing 12-2 and 15-0.
Pioneers head coach Callie Farrell said the Pioneers got a double play in the third inning in the second game but could never get it going offensively. The Pioneers return to action Thursday against Bishop Ward in a game rescheduled from the previous week.
Leavenworth soccer fell to De Soto Tuesday night 7-1.
The Wildcats led 3-1 after the first half with Alexis Cole scoring for the Pioneers with an assist by Kaylee Shaw.
De Soto would score four more goals in the second half to take the win.
The Pioneers host Spring Hill on Monday.