Thursday was a busy night across prep sports with Basehor-Linwood, Leavenworth and Lansing participating in multiple sports.
The Basehor-Linwood soccer team defeated the Leavenworth Pioneers Thursday night 2-0. A recap of the game can be found in Friday’s sports section or at www.leavenworthtimes.com/sports.
The Bobcats also had golf in action as the team traveled to a meet hosted by Perry-Lecompton Thursday.
Basehor-Linwood finished first as a team with a score of 300. BLHS also had four of their five golfers finish in the top four.
Joey Langstraat took first, Wyatt Powell was second, Austin Logsdon finished third, Kobe Sifford came in fourth and Brayden Strah took 11th.
The Bobcats golf team will return to action Tuesday for the first United Kansas Conference tournament for boys’ golf.
The meet was originally scheduled for April 30 at Shawnee Golf and Country Club was delayed due to weather and moved to Burning Tree Golf Course in De Soto. The tournament is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m.
Along with Leavenworth’s soccer game against Basehor-Linwood, the Pioneers baseball and softball teams also participated in Thursday action.
The Pioneers baseball team took on Shawnee Heights in a doubleheader after weather postponed Tuesday’s game.
The Thunderbirds would sweep the Pioneers winning 9-0 and 7-2.
Leavenworth was set to host Shawnee Mission North on Friday but the game was delayed to Saturday and moved to 3&2 Baseball Stadium in Shawnee The game is scheduled to begin at noon.
The Pioneers softball team also faced Shawnee Heights in a doubleheader after Tuesday’s weather delayed the games to Thursday.
Leavenworth would fall 10-0 and 15-0.
In game one, Breanna Brown went 1-for-2 with a stand up double. Alyssa Seichepine was 1-for-3 and Baylee Crotzer was 1-for-2. Seichepine recorded the Pioneers’ lone hit in game two off a delayed steal. The Pioneers softball team returns to action Saturday when they travel to a tournament at Turner.
The Lansing Lions and Eudora Cardinals faced off Thursday in a doubleheader in softball. The games were moved to Lawrence Free State and the Lions took both games 2-1.
The Lions won the second game in the bottom of the 10th after Cayleigh Berry scored from a Lindsey Schuler hit. The Lions continued play Friday when they took on Shawnee Mission Northwest.
Lansing soccer took on the Turner Golden Bears for a UKC clash. The Lions would fall 5-3. Lansing would take a 3-0 lead before Turner tied the game with 16 minutes remaining. The Golden Bears would score again six minutes later to take the lead and scored one more time with five minutes remaining to win the game.
The Lions continued play Friday when they hosted Mill Valley.