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Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARDUpdated at 11:50 p.m. Friday night.
x -- Conference champion.
EL TORO BOWL
(2) Arizona Western (11-0) vs. (1) Garden City (10-0), 2 p.m.
(14) Butler (7-4) vs. (NR) Eastern Arizona (8-3), 1 p.m.
Penn Valley 64, Kansas City 63
Labette 97, St. Mary JV 64
Johnson County 94, William Penn JV 30
Fort Scott 77, State Fair 74
Johnson County 96, Graceland JV 42
Kansas City 88, North Central Missouri 67
Labette 75, Washburn JV 43
Fort Scott 77, Cottey 60
Highland 116, Bacone JV 36
Johnson County at Southern Maryland
Labette at Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa
No games scheduled
St. Mary JV at Kansas City
Highland at Washburn JV
Southwestern JV at Labette
Highland 99, York JV 58
Penn Valley 99, Kansas City 77
State Fair 71, Fort Scott 70
Ottawa JV at Labette
Kansas City 77, Wentworth Military 55
Highland 110, Doane JV 68
North Arkansas at Kansas City
Fort Scott at Penn Valley
Kansas City at Washburn JV
Labette at Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa
North Arkansas at Johnson County
No games scheduled
Friends JV at Labette
Washburn JV at Highland
Central Methodist JV at Fort Scott
Iowa Western at Kansas City
Tigers make things tighter on day two (12/03/16)
WILLARD, Mo. -- The first night of the 29th annual Willard Tri-State Classic didn't go very well for either of Fort Scott High School's basketball teams. But Friday night, both teams were able to stage rallies that got them in good position in the fourth quarter before the opponent pulled away...
Greyhound women get by State Fair (12/03/16)
SEDALIA, Mo. -- The best-ever start to a season for Fort Scott Community College's women's basketball team continued here Wednesday night as the Greyhounds improved to 9-0 with a 77-74 win over State Fair. Yazmin Batch came off the bench to lead Fort Scott with 17 points. Jordyn Danzer and Sarah Kelley each added 13 as the 'Hounds shot 53 percent from the field, making 28 of 53 field-goal attempts...
'Hound men fall by 1 despite Walker's 38 (12/03/16)
SEDALIA, Mo. -- Sophomore Dametrius Walker's juco-best 38 points weren't enough as Fort Scott Community College's men fell by one point to Division I State Fair here Wednesday night, 71-70. Walker made 11 of 14 field-goal attempts and 16 of 19 free-throws to beat his previous best of 34 points set against Highland last February. Walker also grabbed 10 rebounds and handed out 5 assists. Tyler Zinn added 13 points but went just 4 of 14 from the field...
Eagles' seasons open with sweep (12/03/16)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's basketball seasons opened with a sweep of rival Marmaton Valley Friday night in non-games played at the West Bourbon Elementary School gymnasium. The girls started off the night with a 46-24 win while the boys claimed a 56-39 victory...
Uniontown to host Sub-State; Tigers to Spring Hill (12/03/16)
The Kansas State High School Activities Association released Sub-State assignments for basketball and Regional assignments for wrestling on its web site Wednesday morning. Fort Scott High School's basketball teams will be playing in a Class 4A-Division I Sub-State Tournament at Spring Hill this season. Louisburg and Paola will be the other schools participating in the four-team Sub-State. The tournament will be held March 2-4...
Good cheer all year 'round (12/03/16)
'Hound men win 2 of 3 over four-day span (11/30/16)
Fort Scott Community College's men's basketball team traveled first to Park Hills, Mo., for a weekend classic Friday and Saturday, then to Fulton, Mo., on Monday for a game against the Westminister College JV. The Greyhounds won two of the three games to improve to 5-6 on the season...
Fort Scott High holds Red & White Scrimmages (11/30/16)
Fort Scott High School held its Red & White Scrimmages at the FSHS gymnasium Tuesday night with about 32 minutes of game action from the Tiger girls' team and 24 minutes from the boys. It was the first and only chance for Tiger fans to see the teams on their home court in the next two weeks. The varsity teams open their season at the Willard (Mo.) Tri-State Classic this weekend and don't play at home until December 13...
Middle school girls split with Nevada (11/30/16)
Fort Scott Middle School girls' basketball won both B games but Nevada won both A games Tuesday night at the FSMS gymnasium. The seventh-grade B team opened the day with a 23-8 win. Amanda Emmerson and Dylan Hazelbaker each scored 5 points for Fort Scott. Four players scored 2 points each for Nevada...
Cook sees team ready to turn corner (11/24/16)
Although Fort Scott Community College's men fell to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M at Arnold Arena, 72-65, Tuesday night, head coach Michael Cook saw a team that appears to be ready to turn the corner. Fort Scott (3-5) trailed by just one point at the half, 28-27, but NEO (5-4) shot 74 percent from the field in the second half (14 of 19) and pulled away with the aid of a 21-8 run that made it 57-43 with 9:50 remaining...
FSMS hoops results (11/23/16)
Fort Scott Middle School basketball results: On Nov. 12, the seventh-grade A team played in a tournament at Frontenac. The Tigers defeated Joplin East, 24-16, as Harmony Shaw scored 10 points. Shaw scored 8 points in Fort Scott's 31-24 loss to Joplin North...
8-and-0: Fort Scott women off to best start in program history after beating Cottey (11/23/16)
For the first time in the program's history, Fort Scott Community College's women's basketball team has started a season by winning its first eight games. The Greyhounds defeated Cottey College, 65-49, to cap both teams' play in the Gladbach Classic at Arnold Arena Saturday to improve to 8-0, bettering the previous-best start of 7-0 by a 1982-83 team that finished 24-9...
Link Year Prep holds on to beat 'Hound men (11/23/16)
Fort Scott Community College's men scored the first six points of their game against Link Year Prep in the final game of the Gladbach Classic at Arnold Arena Saturday night. But the Lions went on a 16-2 run and never trailed again, going on to an 88-80 victory...
FSMS wrestlers earn 15 medals in tourney (11/23/16)
CHANUTE -- Fort Scott Middle School's wrestlers competed in a tournament here Monday night to finish its short first season of competition. Although team scores were not kept, the Tigers had 15 medalists among the 18 competitors to took to the tournament...
Pick promoted to FSCC head football job (11/19/16)
Fort Scott Community College has made a change in its football program, promoting quarterbacks coach Kale Pick to the position of head coach shortly after Curtis Horton was relieved of his duties earlier in the week after six seasons. "We are excited to start a new era of Greyhound football with Coach Pick. ...
FSCC women 7-0; men roll past Ottawa (11/19/16)
Fort Scott Community College's women had to hold off Penn Valley, Mo., in order to win their game on the first day of the Gladbach Classic at Arnold Arena Friday night to prevail 70-63 and remain undefeated on the season. Fort Scott's men won their second straight game as they rolled by the Ottawa University junior varsity in the nightcap, 93-63...
Thirteen 'Hounds named to All-KJCCC squad (11/19/16)
Fort Scott Community College saw 13 players honored as the Jayhawk Conference released its All-Conference football team Tuesday afternoon. Only two players were named to the First Team, both on offense. Freshman quarterback Nathan Rourke and sophomore center Alec Deherrera received those honors for Fort Scott, which finished with a 4-7 record this past season and in last place in the conference (1-6)...
Southeast joins TRL by unanimous vote (11/19/16)
The Three Rivers League unanimously approved membership for Southeast High School of Cherokee in a meeting held Thursday morning. Southeast's including will bring league membership up to 12 schools beginning with the 2017-18 school year. Because that year will be the second of the current two-year football scheduling cycle, football will remain in the Crawford-Neosho-Cherokee League next season before moving into the TRL in 2018-19...
'Hound women off to best start since 1982-83 (11/16/16)
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- With their wins over the weekend at the Keith Lindsay Classic here, Fort Scott Community College's women have accomplished a feat that has not been achieved since 1982. Friday's 74-70 win over Penn Valley put the Greyhounds at 5-0, their best start since 2007-08 when they also won their first five games...
No. 1 Busters get by 'Hound gridders (11/16/16)
GARDEN CITY -- Fort Scott Community College's football team was hoping to play spoiler but No. 1-ranked Garden City scored 19 points in the second quarter without a response and went on to a 27-6 victory in Jayhawk Conference play at Broncbuster Stadium here Saturday...
Fort Scott men win in Alva (11/16/16)
Fort Scott Community College's Rodeo Team finished the fall portion of its schedule Oct. 29 at Northwestern Oklahoma State University in Alva, with the men's team placing first and the women's team placing sixth. Several FSCC student-athletes delivered exceptional performances. ...
FSCC men fall; Washburn JV calls tonight (11/16/16)
WILBURTON, Okla. -- Fort Scott Community College's men fell to 1-3 on the season with a 92-77 loss to Eastern Oklahoma State here Saturday. Each of the Greyhounds' losses have come to a team that plays at the NJCAA Division I level. Fort Scott plays in Division II...
23 take part in 1st FSMS wrestling dual (11/16/16)
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott Middle School's first interscholastic wrestling dual saw 23 athletes participate here Monday evening. Each one wrestled two matches and the combined record of the Tigers for the night was 21-25. The middle-school wrestling program came into being just a few weeks earlier when it was approved by the USD 234 board. ...
Tigers: boys 3rd, girls 5th (11/16/16)
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott High School's boys were picked to finish in a tie for third while the girls were tabbed for fifth place by Southeast Kansas League coaches in polls released Monday at a media conference hosted by KSHQ Radio. Pittsburg was the team of choice in both polls, picking up five of the seven first-place votes from boys' coaches and four of seven from the girls' coaches. ...
Eagles: both teams picked 3rd (11/16/16)
PITTSBURG -- Jayhawk-Linn's boys and St. Paul's girls were the picks in Three Rivers League pre-season coaches polls released by KSHQ Radio here Monday. Uniontown's boys and girls were each picked to finish in third place. The boys received three first-place votes while the girls picked up one...