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Friday, May 6, 2016
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 9:35 p.m. Tuesday night.


KJCCC BASEBALL

EASTERN DIVISION

TeamConferenceOverall
xy-Neosho County28-847-9
y-Cowley25-1138-16
y-Johnson County23-1340-16
y-Kansas City23-1337-18
y-Fort Scott18-1836-19
y-Allen18-1826-26
y-Independence16-1928-28
y-Coffeyville12-2418-36
Labette11-2518-30
Highland5-3111-43

x -- Division champion.

y -- Region VI Tournament qualifier.

Sunday, May 1

Cowley 5-4, Allen 4-2

Highland 8-2, Coffeyville 2-13

Independence 16-11, Labette 5-7

Monday, May 2

North Arkansas at Highland (one game), ccd., wet grounds

Tuesday, May 3

Maple Woods at Kansas City (one game)

Cowley 9, Southeast Nebraska 5

Coffeyville 16, Labette 15, resuming susp. game

Regular season ends


REIGION VI TOURNAMENT

First-round series (best-of-3)

Saturday, May 7 (Games 1 and 2)

Pratt (8W: 20-36) at Neosho County (1E: 47-9), noon

Butler (7W: 23-30) at Cowley (2E: 38-16), 1 p.m.

Barton (6W: 29-25) at Kansas City (3E: 37-18), 1 p.m.

Seward County (5W: 30-24) at Johnson County (4E: 40-16), 1:10

Allen (5E: 26-26) at Dodge City (4W: 40-16), 1 p.m.

Fort Scott (6E: 36-19) at Garden City (3W: 40-14), 1 p.m.

Independence (7E: 28-28) at Hutchinson (2W: 36-17), 1 p.m.

Coffeyville (8E: 18-36) at Colby (1W: 38-14), 2 p.m.

Sunday, May 8

(Game 3, if necessary)

Pratt at Neosho County

Butler at Cowley

Barton at Kansas City

Seward County at Johnson County

Allen at Dodge City

Fort Scott at Garden City

Independence at Hutchinson

Coffeyville at Colby


KJCCC SOFTBALL

EASTERN DIVISION (DIVISION II)

TeamDivisionOverall
x-Highland20-239-8
Hutchinson18-438-6
Johnson County18-433-12
Cowley14-826-25
Labette14-823-22
Allen12-1033-19
Independence10-1220-20
Kansas City7-1525-21
Cloud County7-1517-21
Fort Scott4-1819-34
Neosho County4-189-36
Coffeyville4-1811-49

x -- Clinched division title

REGION VI (DIVISON II)

TeamRegionOverall
Highland24-239-8
Hutchinson22-438-6
Johnson County22-433-12
Cowley18-826-25
Labette18-823-22
Allen15-1133-19
Independence14-1220-20
Kansas City11-1525-21
Cloud County9-1517-21
Neosho County8-189-36
Hesston7-1717-26
Fort Scott6-2019-34
Coffeyville6-2011-49
Brown Mackie0-263-42


REIGION VI SOFTBALL

First-round series

(best-of-3)

Saturday, April 30

District D

(2) Johnson County 8-4, (13) Fort Scott 3-2 (Johnson County wins series 2-0)

(6) Allen 2-8, (9) Cloud County 1-0 (Allen wins series 2-0)

(10) Neosho County at (5) Labette, ppd., wet grounds

District E

(14) Brown Mackie at (1) Highland, ppd., wet grounds

(7) Independence 3-5, (8) Kansas City 0-2 (Independence wins series 2-0)

(12) Coffeyville at (3) Hutchinson, ppd., wet grounds

(11) Hesston at (4) Cowley, ppd., wet grounds

Sunday, May 1

District D

(5) Labette 9-2, (10) Neosho County 3-2. (Labette wins series 2-0)

District E

(1) Highland 25-21, (14) Brown Mackie 1-2 (Highland wins series 2-0)

(12) Coffeyville at (3) Hutchinson, ppd., wet grounds

(11) Hesston at (4) Cowley, ppd., wet grounds

Monday, May 2

District E

(3) Hutchinson 19-10, (12) Coffeyville 0-3 (Hutchinson wins series 2-0)

(4) Cowley 10-9, (11) Hesston 2-3 (Cowley wins series 2-0)

Bracket Play

at Topeka

Saturday, May 7

District D

Game 1: Johnson County (2: 33-12) vs. Allen (6: 33-19), 10 a.m.

Game 2: Murray State, Okla. (3: 15-25) vs. Labette (5: 23:22), 10 a.m.

Game 3: Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2, 2 p.m. (Loser fourth)

Game 4: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2, 2 p.m. (Winners' bracket final)

District E

Game 1: Highland (1: 39-8) vs. Independence (7: 20-0), Noon

Game 2: Hutchinson (3: 38-6) vs. Cowley (4: 28-25), Noon

Game 3: Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2, 4 p.m. (Loser fourth)

Game 4: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2, 4 p.m. (Winners' bracket final)

Sunday, May 8

District D

Game 5: Loser Game 4 vs. Winner Game 3, 10 a.m. (Loser third)

Game 6: Winner Game 4 vs. Winner Game 5, Noon (First championship game)

Game 7: Necessary only if Winner Game 4 loses Game 6 , 2 p.m.

District E

Game 5: Loser Game 4 vs. Winner Game 3, 10 a.m. (Loser third)

Game 6: Winner Game 4 vs. Winner Game 5, Noon (First championship game)

Game 7: Necessary only if Winner Game 4 loses Game 6 , 2 p.m.

Jayhawks win Uniontown tournament (05/06/16)
Jayhawk-Linn won team honors while Chetopa's Jared Lawellin took the individual crown at the Uniontown Invitational at Woodland Hills Golf Course Thursday. The Jayhawks shot 365 as a team and were the only ones with every player under 100 strokes. Every member of the team earned a medal. Erie was second at 436 with Chetopa third at 443 and Yates Center fourth at 439...
Tigers post best finish of season (05/06/16)
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott High School's golf team finished fourth here Tuesday in the third of four Southeast Kansas League designated tournaments. The Tigers shot a season-best 366 and placed the highest they have all season in a full tournament (they were second out of three teams at Nevada on March 31)...
Eagles crush Jets, swept by Cubs (05/06/16)
Uniontown High School's softball team swept Altoona-Midway in a Three Rivers League make-up doubleheader Tuesday but were swept by Humboldt in a non-league twinbill Thursday. Both doubleheaders took place on the road. The Eagles swept Altoona-Midway 24-2 and 28-6. Keely Goodridge allowed 3 hits and 3 walks while striking out 2 in game one. She allowed 4 hits, walked 2 and struck out 4 in the second game...
Three winners for JV track (05/06/16)
INDEPENDENCE -- Fort Scott High School entered a team at the Independence junior varsity track meet here Tuesday, needing another meet after the Tigers' home JV event was rained out on April 26. Fort Scott's boys finished third in team standings with 63.5 points. Arkansas City was the winner with 225 points followed by Chanute with 76...
Seven-run fifth gets Tigers past Nevada (05/04/16)
NEVADA --Fort Scott High's baseball team took advantage of four Nevada errors in the fifth inning here tuesday as the Tigers went on to beat the host team, 11-4, in a non-league game at Lyons Stadium. "I thought we made some mistakes early on and Nevada really capitalized on them," Fort Scott head coach Josh Regan said afterward. "So I was down on our guys after the first couple innings, and thought we squandered some opportunities."...
Uniontown baseball, softball each split with Marmaton Valley (05/04/16)
MORAN -- Uniontown's baseball and softball teams each split Three Rivers League make-up doubleheaders here Monday. These were games originally scheduled for April 18. Baseball: Uniontown 20-10, Marmaton Valley 4-12. Uniontown's baseball team split a Three Rivers League doubleheader here Monday, winning game one against Marmaton Valley, 20-4. The Wildcats won the second game 12-10...
Greyhounds sweep, hang on to No. 6 seed (05/03/16)
OVERLAND PARK -- Fort Scott Community College's baseball team broke out of its conference slump here Friday and clinched sixth place in the Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division with a sweep of Johnson County. The Greyhounds (18-18 East, 36-19 overall) won the opener, 3-0, posting their first shutout since March 5 when they held Cowley scoreless in the second game of a road doubleheader. They took the nightcap, 5-3, after hold off a Johnson County rally...
Hudiburg champ at shortened Girard meet (05/03/16)
GIRARD -- Josh Hudiburg won boys' javelin at a storm-shortened Girard Optimist Club Invitational here Friday. Hudiburg was one of three Fort Scott High medalists in the event, winning with a best throw of 183 feet, 7 inches. Fort Scott's Wyatt Tourtillott was the runner-up at 159' 5" and Morgan Stoughton took sixth at 132' 4"...
Johnson sweeps (05/03/16)
OVERLAND PARK -- Fort Scott Community College's softball team lost its 14th and 15th consecutive post-season games here Saturday as No. 2 seed Johnson County defeated the Greyhounds 8-3 and 4-2 in a first-round Region VI Division II District D Tournament series...
Reynolds, Pickert medal at Jayhawk-Linn (05/03/16)
MOUND CITY -- Both Fort Scott and Uniontown sent golfers here Thursday to Jayhawk-Linn's tournament at Sugar Valley. The Tigers had their best finish of the season as a team with a fifth-place score of 374. Uniontown sent just three golfers and did not score as a team...
Gorman, Self third in No. 1 doubles (04/30/16)
INDEPENDENCE -- Alex Gorman and Micah Self finished in third place in No. 1 doubles here Thursday at the Southeast Kansas League Tennis Tournament. Gorman and Self have a 16-12 record this season but that comes after overcoming an 0-5 start. The duo started off the day by beating Pittsburg's Dante Menghini/Ben Kargis in the first round, 8-4. They fell to eventual champs Will Schabel/Sam Hilger of Independence, 6-0, 6-2 in the semifinal round...
Tiger baseball scores 44 runs in twinbill (04/30/16)
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott High School's baseball team handed Coffeyville a pair of rlosses that produced some of the highest scoring in the program's history here Thursday night. The Tigers won game one of a Southeast Kansas League doubleheader from the Golden Tornado 24-0. ...
FSHS grad moving on to Division I (04/30/16)
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott sophomore Jonathan Allen, who has played for the Coffeyville Community College golf program the last two seasons, has signed a scholarship agreement to continue playing golf at Alcorn State University for the 2016-17 school year...
Paola sweeps Tigers with 19-run day (04/30/16)
PAOLA -- Paola broke Fort Scott High's 11-game winning streak here Thursday night with a sweep of the Tigers by scores of 9-1 and 10-1 in non-league play. The Panthers improved to 13-1 on the season while the Tigers fell to 13-3. Katie Gorman had 2 hits for the Tigers in game one, including an RBI single in the top of the seventh inning that played Bailie Brown with Fort Scott's only run...
Harper claims 1,600 at Neodesha (04/30/16)
NEODESHA -- Shalina Harper won three medals here Thursday for Uniontown's track and field squad in the Neodesha Invitational. Harper won the 1,600 meters in 6:02, took second in the 800 and fourth in javelin. Also for Eagle girls, Jimme Keller was fourth in the 400 and fifth in the 200...
Rough stretch continues as Cavs sweep 'Hounds (04/29/16)
Programs heading in opposite directions in Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division standings met at Lions Field Thursday and the trends continued as Johnson County swept Fort Scott by scores of 8-1 and 3-2. The Greyhounds (16-18 East, 34-19 overall) have fallen down the conference ladder, having now lost 11 of their last 12 within the division. On April 7, following a sweep of Allen at Lions Field, Fort Scott was tied for third with a 15-7 division mark...
A Pioneering decision (04/29/16)
Reynolds wins medal in home tourney (04/29/16)
Nick Reynolds medaled for the second consecutive tournament, finishing ninth in the twice-postponed Fort Scott Golf Invitational at Woodland Hills Golf Course Wednesday. Reynolds won his first medal of the season at Parsons on April 21 and did so again Wednesday, finishing in ninth place. He shot 42 on the front nine and 38 on the back to finish with an 18-hole score of 90...
Eagles commit 17 errors in losses (04/29/16)
ERIE -- Uniontown's baseball team dropped a non-league doubleheader to Erie here Tuesday by scores of 12-2 and 8-3. These games were make-ups from March 25. The Eagles (3-8) were held to 5 hits in the opener, one each by J.P. Pearson, Graham Hathaway, Cale Coyan, Christian Harper and Alec Womelsdorf...
Hurricanes preparing for upcoming season (04/29/16)
The Fort Scott Hurricanes Swim Team is getting ready for another season, this year with a new head coach and as host of the Southeast Kansas League Swimming Meet in July. David Sachau will be taking over the responsibilities of head coach, moving up from assistant coach. ...
Tennis finishes fifth at Chanute (04/27/16)
CHANUTE -- Fort Scott High School's tennis team finished fifth out of seven schools here Friday at the Chanute Invitational. This was a bracket-style tournament, rather than a round-robin. El Dorado was the winner with 22 points, edging out host Chanute by one point and third-place Paola by two. Iola was fourth with 19 points with Fort Scott fifth with 13...
Tiger softball extends winning streak to 11 (04/27/16)
COFFEYVILLE --Fort Scott High School's softball team extended its winning streak to 11 games Monday, taking a pair of wins over Coffeyville in Southeast Kansas League play. The Tigers (8-0 SEK, 13-1 overall) won the opener, 15-7, and dominated the nightcap, 12-0 in five innings...
Game 2 rally allows Paola to sweep Tigers (04/27/16)
PAOLA -- A Paola rally in the bottom of the seventh inning of the second game allowed the Panthers to complete a sweep of Fort Scott High School baseball in a non-league doubleheader here Monday. The Panthers won the opener, 9-3, and took the nightcap, 4-3, by scoring in the bottom of the seventh after the Tigers (9-5) had tied the score in the top of the frame...
'Hounds down Baker JV twice (04/27/16)
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team took a break from conference play to face the Baker University junior varsity at Lions Field Monday. The Greyhounds (34-17) won the opener easily, 11-2, but had to rally to win the second game, 9-8. Baker led the first game 2-0 after two but Fort Scott's bats came to life in the bottom of the third. Danny Crews and Mackay Williams each hit 2-run home runs during a 6-run inning...
JV tennis concludes season (04/27/16)
CHANUTE -- Fort Scott High's junior varsity tennis team concluded its season here Monday. Levi Reichard played No. 1 singles for the Tigers, going 0-4. His losses came versus Kaden Hammer of Parsons, 6-0, Cy Smith of Independence, 6-4, and Kolby Ussery of Chanute and Jamean Delp of Pittsburg, both by 6-1 scores...
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 10:40 p.m. Thursday night.


KJCCC BASEBALL

REIGION VI TOURNAMENT

First-round series (best-of-3)

Saturday, May 7 (Games 1 and 2)

Pratt (8W: 20-36) at Neosho County (1E: 47-9), noon

Butler (7W: 23-30) at Cowley (2E: 38-16), 1 p.m.

Barton (6W: 29-25) at Kansas City (3E: 37-18), 1 p.m.

Seward County (5W: 30-24) at Johnson County (4E: 40-16), 1:10

Allen (5E: 26-26) at Dodge City (4W: 40-16), 1 p.m.

Fort Scott (6E: 36-19) at Garden City (3W: 40-14), 1 p.m.

Independence (7E: 28-28) at Hutchinson (2W: 36-17), 1 p.m.

Coffeyville (8E: 18-36) at Colby (1W: 38-14), 2 p.m.

Sunday, May 8

(Game 3, if necessary)

Pratt at Neosho County

Butler at Cowley

Barton at Kansas City

Seward County at Johnson County

Allen at Dodge City

Fort Scott at Garden City

Independence at Hutchinson

Coffeyville at Colby


KJCCC SOFTBALL

REIGION VI SOFTBALL

First-round series

(best-of-3)

Saturday, April 30

District D

(2) Johnson County 8-4, (13) Fort Scott 3-2 (Johnson County wins series 2-0)

(6) Allen 2-8, (9) Cloud County 1-0 (Allen wins series 2-0)

(10) Neosho County at (5) Labette, ppd., wet grounds

District E

(14) Brown Mackie at (1) Highland, ppd., wet grounds

(7) Independence 3-5, (8) Kansas City 0-2 (Independence wins series 2-0)

(12) Coffeyville at (3) Hutchinson, ppd., wet grounds

(11) Hesston at (4) Cowley, ppd., wet grounds

Sunday, May 1

District D

(5) Labette 9-2, (10) Neosho County 3-2. (Labette wins series 2-0)

District E

(1) Highland 25-21, (14) Brown Mackie 1-2 (Highland wins series 2-0)

(12) Coffeyville at (3) Hutchinson, ppd., wet grounds

(11) Hesston at (4) Cowley, ppd., wet grounds

Monday, May 2

District E

(3) Hutchinson 19-10, (12) Coffeyville 0-3 (Hutchinson wins series 2-0)

(4) Cowley 10-9, (11) Hesston 2-3 (Cowley wins series 2-0)

Bracket Play

at Topeka

Saturday, May 7

District D

Game 1: Johnson County (2: 33-12) vs. Allen (6: 33-19), 10 a.m.

Game 2: Murray State, Okla. (3: 15-25) vs. Labette (5: 23:22), 10 a.m.

Game 3: Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2, 2 p.m. (Loser fourth)

Game 4: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2, 2 p.m. (Winners' bracket final)

District E

Game 1: Highland (1: 39-8) vs. Independence (7: 20-0), Noon

Game 2: Hutchinson (3: 38-6) vs. Cowley (4: 28-25), Noon

Game 3: Loser Game 1 vs. Loser Game 2, 4 p.m. (Loser fourth)

Game 4: Winner Game 1 vs. Winner Game 2, 4 p.m. (Winners' bracket final)

Sunday, May 8

District D

Game 5: Loser Game 4 vs. Winner Game 3, 10 a.m. (Loser third)

Game 6: Winner Game 4 vs. Winner Game 5, Noon (First championship game)

Game 7: Necessary only if Winner Game 4 loses Game 6 , 2 p.m.

District E

Game 5: Loser Game 4 vs. Winner Game 3, 10 a.m. (Loser third)

Game 6: Winner Game 4 vs. Winner Game 5, Noon (First championship game)

Game 7: Necessary only if Winner Game 4 loses Game 6 , 2 p.m.