By RICK PETERSON
ANDREW BECKLER, Washburn University
Beckler, a Washburn Rural graduate, tied the Topeka Country Club amateur record with a 64 last Monday and the senior went on to win the individual championship in the Washburn Invitational by 13 strokes with a 13-under-par 54-hole score of 200 as the Ichabod golf team won the team title by nine strokes.
JAYCEE GINTER, Washburn University
A freshman, the former Shawnee Heights softball star pitched a no-hitter in the Ichabods' 2-0 MIAA win over Fort Hays State last Friday and Ginter also picked up the pitching win in Sunday's 7-6 win over Nebraska-Kearney while going 3 for 5 at the plate and knocking in the winning run.
SEAN HOFFMANS, Seaman
Hoffmans, a senior, swept the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles titles in last Thursday's season-opening Mid-Winter Relays at Hummer Sports Park, clocking a time of 17.43 seconds to win by more than a second in the 110s and coming back to win the 300s in a time of 44.79.
MARRIT MEAD, Washburn University
A freshman out of Sante Fe Trail, Mead went 6 for 9 with five RBIs on the day in Saturday's MIAA Washburn softball sweep over Nebraska-Kearney, including a pair of home runs in a 7-0 second-game win as the Ichabods improved to 19-4 on the season.
ALEX SHERER, Rossville/Hayden
A senior at Rossville who is playing tennis as a co-op player for Hayden, Sherer made his high school tennis debut in last Saturday's Washburn Rural quadrangular, posting a pair of 8-0 singles wins and adding a pair of doubles victories.
TAYLIN STALLBAUMER, Seaman
Stallbaumer, a freshman, made her high school track debut with a sweep of the 100-meter and 300-meter hurdles for Seaman in last Thursday's Mid-Winter Relays at Hummer Sports Park. Stallbaumer clocked a winning time of 17.70 seconds in the 100-meter event and won the 300s by more than three secconds in 48.96.