#BonnerSports Roundup: Softball handed first losses, swim team records bests
Bonner Springs’ softball team saw its undefeated streak end on Thursday in a doubleheader at De Soto. The now 5-2 Braves dropped both games, 3-0 and 9-3, to the Wildcats.
Bonner Springs will have another pair of road games on Tuesday, when the Braves travel to Lansing for a Kaw Valley League doubleheader at 400 N 2nd City Park 2. First pitch of the opener is scheduled for 4 p.m., and the second game is set for 6 p.m. Follow @bonnersprings on Twitter, and use #bonnersports to find and share updates from the doubleheader.
The Bonner Springs girls swim team earned 216 points to finish fourth at Wednesday’s home meet.
The 200-yard medley relay squad of Stephanie Rose, Cassie Stock, Toni Stock and Madison Stumbough placed third while Akiko Capalla, Lei’Onna Smith, Elizabeth Barger and Scintila Capalla improved their time in the same event by six seconds. Stumbough, Barger, Toni Stock and Cassie Stock turned in a season-best time in the 200-yard freestyle relay, taking third while Smith, Rose, Scintila Capalla and Akiko Capalla improved their time by 12 seconds in the same event.
In individual events, Smith and Rose turned in personal best times in the 200-yard freestyle to finish sixth and seventh, respectively. Cassie Stock finished second in the 50-yard freestyle and Toni Stock finished tenth. Scintila Capalla improved her record time in that event by two seconds.
Toni Stock came back from the break and placed second in the 100-yard butterfly while Madison finished seventh in the 100-yard freestyle. Meanwhile, Akiko and Scintila Capalla turned in new personal best times in the 100-yard freestyle. Stumbough placed fifth, with a personal best finish, in the 100-yard backstroke, and Akiko placed eighth in the same event. The evening was rounded out with the 100-yard breaststroke by Cassie Stock’s third-place finish, Barger’s eighth-place finish and Smith’s tenth-place finish — a personal best.
The Braves return for another home meet at 4 p.m. on Wednesday against five other schools.
Stay tuned for coverage of Monday's boys tennis meet against Mill Valley. The teams are scheduled to begin play at 3:15 p.m. Stay current with this week's sports calendar.
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