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Friday, Sep. 4, 2015
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 11 p.m. Thursday night.


KJCCC FOOTBALL

TeamConferenceOverall
Butler1-01-0
Garden City1-01-0
Coffeyville0-01-0
Dodge City0-01-0
Fort Scott0-01-0
Hutchinson0-01-0
Highland0-10-1
Independence0-10-1

Thursday, Aug. 27

Dodge City 51, Ellsworth, Iowa 21

Butler 47, Independence 12

Hutchinson 70, Sterling JV 0

Saturday, Aug. 29

Fort Scott 21, Iowa Central 10

Garden City 36, Highland 28

Coffeyville 48, Iowa Western 42, OT

Saturday, Sept. 5

Iowa Central at Independence, noon

Coffeyville at Ellsworth, Iowa, 7 p.m.

Dodge City at Garden City, 7 p.m.

Iowa Western at Butler, 7 p.m.

Hutchinson at Fort Scott, 7 p.m.

Highland, idle


KJCCC VOLLEYBALL

EASTERN DIVISION

TeamDivisionOverall
Cowley2-07-0
Johnson County2-07-0
Kansas City1-02-4
Neosho County1-16-2
Coffeyville1-13-3
Allen1-13-4
Highland1-12-4
Fort Scott0-18-2
Labette0-22-8
Independence0-21-5

Tuesday, Sept. 1

Fort Scott 3, Cottey 0 (25-10, 25-11, 25-17)

Wednesday, Sept. 2

Coffeyville 3, Highland 2 (17-25, 25-22, 17-25, 27-25, 15-13)

Cowley 3, Independence 0 (25-20, 25-15, 25-11)

Johnson County 3, Labette 0 (25-11, 25-9, 25-17)

Hesston 3, Kansas City 0 (25-20, 25-21, 27-25)

Neosho County 3, Allen 0 (25-20, 25-22, 25-13)

Friday, Sept. 4

Allen at Wentworth Military

Highland Classic

Coffeyville, Highland, Kansas City

San Jacinto (Texas) Military Appreciation Classic

Neosho County

Vernon (Texas) Invitational

Independence, Labette

Saturday, Sept. 5

Highland Classic

Coffeyville, Highland, Kansas City

San Jacinto (Texas) Military Appreciation Classic

Neosho County

Vernon (Texas) Invitational

Independence, Labette

No. 20 'Hounds sweep Cottey (09/04/15)
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team swept visiting Cottey College at Arnold Arena Tuesday night, 25-20, 25-11, 25-17. Brette Moore led the Greyhounds (8-2), ranked No. 20 in the NJCAA Division II Pre-season Poll, with 13 kills while Brandi Huesman had 6. Mickey Trimble handed out 20 assists while Morgan McNeeley dished out 11...
Brown medals for Eagles; Tigers send just one to LC (09/04/15)
OSWEGO -- Fort Scott and Uniontown both opened the varsity portion of their schedules here Tuesday but neither chose to send full teams. Kyley Brown meadled for Uniontown, which sent just two golfers. She shot a 51 in the nine-hole tournament, which tied with Caney Valley's Kelsey Wyant and Pittsburg's Jamie VanWyck. After a scorecard playoff, Wyant was placed seventh, Brown eighth and VanWyck ninth...
Coffeyvile shuts out Tigers (09/04/15)
Fort Scott High School's soccer team fell in its home opener at Ellis Park Thursday afternoon by a score of 6-0. The Tigers fell to 0-2 coming off a 10-0 loss at Louisburg in Tuesday's season opener. Coffeyville (1-0 Southeast Kansas League, 1-1 overall) dominated play, barely allowing the Tigers to get into the attacking half of the field in the first half. The Golden Tornado put up 25 shots on goal, forcing Fort Scott goalkeeper Briant Martin to make 19 saves...
FSMS volleyball wins every match at Prairie View (09/04/15)
LaCYGNE -- Fort Scott Middle School volleyball won all four matches versus Prairie View held here Tuesday in season-opening matches. The seventh-grade B team opened things up with a 25-23, 25-16, 22-25, 23-25, 16-14 win over the Buffalos. The seventh-grade A team won in four sets, 25-20, 25-22, 17-25, 25-17. No statistics were reported...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: FSCC looks to test Dragons (09/04/15)
itewashing of the Sterling College junior varsity in its season opener on Aug. 27, Hutchinson climbed two spots from its pre-season poll ranking of No. 6 into a tie for No. 4 with Copiah-Lincoln, Miss. Saturday at Frary Field, Fort Scott Community College (1-0) hopes to christen the new artificial turf with the biggest upset of the young season. The Greyhounds opened the season last Saturday with a 21-10 victory over Iowa Western in Fort Dodge, Iowa...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Both teams field new offenses (09/04/15)
Last season, Fort Scott High School and Parsons were teams with new offensive formations. And they were the same offense: the Flexbone. Tonight at Marvel Park in Parsons, both of these teams will again use offenses different from last season. But this time, they're extremely different...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Altoona-Midway at Uniontown (09/04/15)
While we would like to give you a comprehensive preview of Friday night's season-opening game between Altoona-Midway and Uniontown, there are two problems: 1) Everything you want and need to know about Uniontown appears in the article that ran in the 2015 Fort Scott Tribune Football Preview that appeared in this fine publication in Wednesday's edition, so there isn't anything to add about the Eagles (if you did not get a Tribune on Wednesday, copies are available at the office at 12 E. ...
Tigers beat Chanute but settle for split (09/02/15)
Fort Scott High School's volleyball team started its season off by beating one of their rivals for the first time in five years. But the Tigers settled for a split in a home triangular at the FSHS gymnasium after losing in straight sets to one of the top teams in the state...
Eagles fourth in TRL tourney (09/02/15)
PLEASANTON -- Uniontown won three of five matches in the Three Rivers League Pre-Season Volleyball Tournament here Saturday. The Eagles produced a 3-1 record in pool play to advance to the third-place match before losing in three sets to St. Paul to finish fourth...
UJH football looks to continue success (09/02/15)
UNIONTOWN -- How do you top an unbeaten season in junior high football? That's the task for Uniontown's team after compiling a 6-0 mark last year. And as with all seventh- and eighth-grade teams, there is the inevitable change from year to year, with one group returning and another moving on to the high school ranks...
'Hounds open season with victory in Iowa (09/01/15)
FORT DODGE, Iowa --For a guy who wasn't even on the roster submitted to the Tribune Thursday evening, Mike Glass did a heck of a job here Saturday as Fort Scott Community College's football team opened its season with a 21-10 victory over Iowa Central...
Tigers 3rd at Parsons in tennis opener (09/01/15)
PARSONS -- Fort Scott High School's tennis team tied for third place here Thursday in their season-opening tournament. The Tigers scored 7 points to tie with Pittsburg. Independence was the winner with 12 points followed by Parsons with 10. "It was about what I expected for the season opening match," Fort Scott head coach Lynn Barr said. ...
Competitive scrimmage helps Tigers (08/29/15)
There was a little more pomp and circumstance than usual prior to Friday night's Red and White Football Scrimmage at Frary Field, with the dedication of the high-school projects -- the new artificial surface at the stadium among them. But once things got going, head coach Bob Campbell and his staff were pleased to see their players put on a very competitive scrimmage...
Volleyball prepares for Tuesday opener (08/29/15)
Fort Scott High School head volleyball coach Carol Bingesser mixed things up at the team's Red and White Scrimmage in the FSHS gymnasium Tuesday afternoon. She decided to split up her varsity and junior varsity teams and put some of each group on each side of the net. Bingesser coached the Red team while assistant Jenna Campbell coached the White squad...
Eagle golf hosts 'rookie' tourney (08/29/15)
The golf season got underway for Uniontown's program Thursday when it hosted a junior-varsity level "rookie" tournament at Woodland Hills Golf Course in Fort Scott. The start of the tournament was delayed an hour due to a concern of possible rain but went off without a hitch...
'Hound gridders open season in Iowa (08/28/15)
Fort Scott Community College football's expectations this season aren't that high if one wants to believe the prediction for a seventh- place finish in the Jayhawk Conference coaches' pre-season poll. But with the nation's leading rusher returning in sophomore Devin Taylor (6' 1", 195, Soph., Nicholasville, Ky.), who gained 1,524 yards on the ground and scored 12 touchdowns last season, and defense full of NCAA Division I prospects, surpassing last season's 4-7 record and fifth-place finish is a reasonable goal.. ...
Tiger soccer short on experience (08/28/15)
A familiar face will be back on the sideline for Fort Scott High School's soccer team this season. But he'll need a while to get to know his team -- and the players might need some time to get to know each other. Following Thursday night's Red and White Scrimmage at Ellis Park, David Gray, who was head coach of the Tigers from 2006-09 and assisted his son, Kevin, from 2010 to 2012, takes over the team on short notice after Andrew Cline did not come back...
No. 3 Cowley downs No. 20 Greyhounds (08/28/15)
ARKANSAS CITY -- Host Cowley swept Fort Scott Community College here Wednesday night in a battle of nationally-ranked volleyball teams, 25-18, 25-21, 25-18. The Tigers, ranked No. 3 in the pre-season NJCAA Division II poll, also jumped out to a head start over the No. 20 Greyhounds in the chase for the Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division title...
JV tennis opens Tigers' sports year (08/26/15)
The junior varsity tennis team became the first Fort Scott High School athletic team to take the field this academic year when it hosted a quadrangular Monday. No team scores were kept. Abury Terry played No. 1 singles for the Tigers. She lost to Sagan Shire of Independence, 6-1, in her first match. She defeated Judy Branstetter of Iola in her second match, 6-3. Nicole Konopelko of Pittsburg won the final match, 6-0...
2's give the 1's good workout at scrimmage (08/25/15)
Possibly the best thing about Fort Scott High School's scrimmage at the practice field Saturday morning wasn't the way the No. 1 offense and defense played but how the No. 2's on both sides were able to give the No. 1's a challenge. "We tell our young guys, 'If you can compete against our No. ...
FSCC volleyball completes 4-0 weekend at home (08/25/15)
Fort Scott Community College volleyball, ranked No. 20 in NJCAA Division II, took care of both of its opponents in straight sets on the second day of the Fort Scott Invitational at Arnold Arena Saturday. Fort Scott swept East Central (Mo.) in the opener, 25-15, 25-17, 25-17, and Labette in the final match of the event, 32-30, 25-7, 25-16...
'Hounds come out on top in battle of ranked teams (08/22/15)
Fort Scott Community College, ranked No. 20 in the NJCAA Division II pre-season volleyball poll, escaped with a pair of wins on the first day of its season-opening home tournament at Arnold Arena Friday after surviving a five-set battle with Brookhaven, Texas, a Division III power that is ranked No. 2 in its division's pre-season poll...
Tiger tennis opens with JV tourney Monday (08/21/15)
Fort Scott High School's girls' tennis season begins Monday when the junior varsity plays host to a round-robin tournament. The varsity schedule begins Thursday with a tournament at Parsons. Four of the six players head coach Lynn Barr took to Regionals last season are back. Three are seniors, including three-time State Tournament qualifier Jennifer Harrison, Emmah Reeves and Char Hutchison. The fourth is junior Alex King...
Greyhounds No. 20 in pre-season Div. II poll (08/21/15)
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team is ranked No. 20 in the National Junior College Athletic Association pre-season Division II volleyball poll, released Wednesday. The Greyhounds, 31-9 last season as they finished as Region VI-District N runner-up to Kansas City, begin their season today as they host their own invitational at Arnold Arena. ...
Patching it together (08/21/15)
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 11 p.m. Thursday night.


SEK FOOTBALL

Friday, Sept. 4

Chanute at Columbus

Fort Scott at Parsons

Labette County at Independence

Pittsburg at Coffeyville


SEK VOLLEYBALL

Tuesday, Sept. 1

Fort Scott 2, Chanute 1 (25-18, 15-25, 25-21, non-league)

Chanute 2, Colgan 1 (23-25, 25-22, 25-19)

Colgan 2, Fort Scott 0 (26-24, 25-22)

Coffeyville 2, Sedan 1 (18-25, 25-21, 25-13)

Coffeyville 2, Cherryvale 0 (25-22, 25-18)

Thursday, Sept. 3

Burlington 2, Chanute 0 (25-12, 25-18)

Chanute 2, Girard 0 (25-19, 25-17)

Chanute 2, Fredonia 0 (25-15, 25-5)

Pittsburg 2, Labette County 1 (25-16, 20-25, 25-14, non-league)

Pittsburg 2, Parsons 0 (25-13, 25-21, non-league)

Independence 2, Pittsburg 0 (25-20, 25-22, non-league)

Labette County and Parsons at Independence (all matches non-league)

Saturday, Sept. 5

Fort Scott at Pittsburg with Columbus and Girard (Fort Scott vs. Pittsburg non-league)


SEK SOCCER

Tuesday, Sept. 1

Louisburg 10, Fort Scott 0

Olathe North 3, Pittsburg 0

Thursday, Sept. 3

Coffeyville 6, Fort Scott 0

Independence 10, Columbus 0

Pittsburg 10, Joplin Thomas Jefferson 0

Saturday, Sept. 5

Coffeyville-Golden Tornado Tournament

Coffeyville vs. Columbus

Fort Scott vs. Maize South

Third-place match

Championship match


TRL FOOTBALL

Thursday, Sept. 3

Crest 62, Pleasanton 14

Friday, Sept. 4

Altoona-Midway at Uniontown

Howard-West Elk at St. Paul

Kansas City Christ Prep at Jayhawk-Linn

Marmaton Valley at Chetopa

Neodesha at Northeast

Shawnee Maranatha Academy at Oswego


DISTRICT FOOTBALL

CLASS 4A-DIVISION I DISTRICT 6

Friday, Sept. 4

Chanute at Columbus

Fort Scott at Parsons

Labette County at Independence

Paola at Spring Hill

EIGHT-MAN DIVISION I DISTRICT 2

Thursday, Sept. 3

Crest 62, Pleasanton 14

Friday, Sept. 4

Altoona-Midway at Uniontown

Howard-West Elk at St. Paul

Lebo at Marais des Cygnes Valley

Marmaton Valley at Chetopa

Pleasanton at Crest

Southern Coffey County at Waverly