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Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 11 p.m. Tuesday night.

KJCCC FOOTBALL

TeamConferenceOverall
x-Hutchinson7-010-1
Coffeyville6-19-2
Butler5-28-3
Highland3-46-5
Fort Scott3-45-6
Garden City2-54-6
Dodge City2-53-8
Independence0-70-10

x -- Conference champion.

BOWL GAMES

Saturday, Dec. 6

CHAMPS HEART OF TEXAS BOWL

at Copperas Cove

Coffeyville vs. Trinity Valley

SALT CITY BOWL

at Hutchinson

Hutchinson vs. Hudson Valley


KJCCC VOLLEYBALL

EASTERN DIVISION

TeamDivisionOverall
xyz--Cowley9-030-12
xz--Kansas City8-132-10
z--Fort Scott7-231-9
z--Johnson County6-323-12
z--Coffeyville5-425-12
z--Labette4-511-18
z--Neosho County3-616-20
Allen2-711-23
Highland1-89-22
Independence0-94-18

x -- National tournament qualifiers.

y -- Conference champion.

z -- Region VI Tournament qualifiers.

DIVISION II NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

at Phoenix

Thursday, Nov. 20

(6) Cowley 3, (11) Sauk Valley 0 (25-23, 25-22, 25-17)

(10) Glendale 3, (7) Kansas City 0 (25-12, 25-21, 25-22)

(6) Cowley 3, (3) Illinois Central 1 (23-25, 25-23, 25-19, 25-18)

(7) Kansas City 3, (15) Genessee 0 (12, 9, 11; Genesee eliminated)

Friday, Nov. 21

CONSOLATION

(7) Kansas City 3, (11) Sauk Valley 1 (19, 21-25, 24, 11)

SEMIFINALS

(10) Glendale 3, (6) Cowley 2 (28-30, 24-26, 19, 25, 18)

Saturday, Nov. 22

CONSOLATION

(7) Kansas City 3, (12) Iowa Central 1 (23, 16, 18-25, 24; 9th)

THIRD-PLACE MATCH

(6) Cowley 3, (5) Columbus State 0 (14, 25, 20)


KJCCC BASKETBALL

WOMEN

Monday, Nov. 24

Cloud County 90, Kansas Wesleyan JV 56

Cowley 93, Tabor JV 47

Tuesday, Nov. 25

Allen 91, Cottey 84

Neosho County 68, Fort Scott 49 (non-conference)

Butler 116, Central Nebraska 56

Garden City 88, Clarendon 61

Highland 61, Hesston 58

Coffeyvile 68, Crowder 42

Wednesday, Nov. 26

Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa at Cloud County

Thursday, Nov. 27

No games scheduled

Friday, Nov. 28

Coffeyville vs. Murray State, Okla. at Arkansas City

Howard, Texas at Cowley

Independence vs. Butler at Great Bend

Johnson County vs. Marshalltown at Keokuk, Iowa

Kansas City at Hutchinson

Neosho County vs. Dodge City at Hutchinson

New Mexico Junior College at Garden City

Otero at Barton

Seward County vs. Trinidad State at Garden City

Saturday, Nov. 29

Butler vs. Otero at Great Bend

Coffeyville vs. Howard, Texas at Arkansas City

Dodge City vs. Kansas City at Hutchinson

Independence at Barton

Iowa Western at Cloud County

Johnson County at Southeastern Iowa

Murray State, Okla. at Cowley

Neosho County at Hutchinson

St. Marys JV at Highland

Trinidad State at Garden City

Sunday, Nov. 30

Johnson County at William Penn JV

MEN

Monday, Nov. 24

Colby 81, Southwestern JV 65

Hutchinson 90, Lamar, Colo. 62

Dodge City 86, Tabor JV 65

Tuesday, Nov. 25

Cloud County 92, Central Nebraska 72

Garden City 100, Clarendon 67

Coffeyville 86, Pratt 82

Neosho County 94, Fort Scott 68 (non-conference)

Highland at Hesston

Butler 78, Labette 54

Barton 146, McPherson JV 69

Missouri State-West Plains 93, Cowley 77

Penn Valley 71, Johnson County 70

Allen 96, Tabor JV 74

Westminister JV at Kansas City

Wednesday, Nov. 26

No games scheduled

Thursday, Nov. 27

No games scheduled

Friday, Nov. 28

Brown Mackie vs. Cowley at Great Bend

Cloud County vs. Quakerdale Prep at West Plains, Mo.

Colby vs. Hill, Texas at Garden City

El Centro at Hutchinson

Independence at Barton

Northeastern Colorado at Garden City

Seward County vs. Eastern Arizona at Yuma, Ariz.

Saturday, Nov. 29

Cloud County at Missouri State-West Plains

Colby vs. Northeastern Colorado at Garden City

Cowley at Barton

Frank Phillips at Hutchinson

Hill, Texas at Garden City

Independence vs. Brown Mackie at Great Bend

Livin' the Dream AAU at Highland

Seward County at Arizona Western

Sunday, Nov. 30

No games scheduled


REGION VI DIVISION II

WOMEN

Monday, Nov. 24

No games scheduled

Tuesday, Nov. 25

Neosho County 68, Fort Scott 49

Highland 61, Hesston 58 (non-district)

Southeast Nebraska 90, Brown Mackie 64

Wednesday, Nov. 26

No games scheduled

Thursday, Nov. 27

No games scheduled

Friday, Nov. 28

Johnson County vs. Marshalltown at Keokuk, Iowa

Kansas City at Hutchinson

Tabor JV at Hesston

Saturday, Nov. 29

Bethel JV at Hesston

Johnson County at Southeastern Iowa

Kansas City vs. Dodge City at Hutchinson

St. Marys JV at Highland

Sunday, Nov. 30

Johnson County at William Penn JV

MEN

Monday, Nov. 24

No games scheduled

Tuesday, Nov. 25

Neosho County 94, Fort Scott 68

Highland at Hesston (non-district)

Butler 78, Labette 54

Penn Valley 71, Johnson County 70

Brown Mackie 102, Southeast Nebraska 71

Westminister JV at Kansas City

Wednesday, Nov. 26

No games scheduled

Thursday, Nov. 27

No games scheduled

Friday, Nov. 28

Brown Mackie vs. Cowley at Great Bend

Tabot JV at Hesston

Saturday, Nov. 29

Brown Mackie vs. Independence at Great Bend

Livin' the Dream AAU at Highland

Northern Oklahoma-Enid at Hesston

Sunday, Nov. 30

No games scheduled

Former 'Hound coach Sims hired by Garden City (11/26/14)
Used with permission of the Garden City Telegram ---- GARDEN CITY -- Garden City Community College announced the hiring of former Fort Scott Community College head coach Jeff Sims on Thursday. During a noon press conference inside the Hall of Fame room at the Perryman Athletic Complex, Sims was introduced as the 21st head coach in program history, replacing Matt Miller, whose two-year stint at the helm ended on Nov. 9 when he was fired after a 4-6 season...
Independence sweeps FSMS 8th graders (11/26/14)
INDEPENDENCE -- Independence swept Fort Scott Middle School's eighth-grade basketball teams Monday afternoon. Independence's "A" team defeated the Tigers, 29-22, handing that team just its second loss of the season. Madie Farmer and Ciara Stumfoll led Fort Scott with 6 points each. Farmer also had 9 rebounds...
'Hounds get past ugly stretches to win (11/25/14)
Sometimes, a basketball team has to survive an ugly stretch the best it can before getting things together. This was the case for Fort Scott Community College's men in the final game of the Gladbach Classic against Wentworth Military at Arnold Arena Saturday night...
Fort Scott women fall in OT (11/25/14)
Cottey College took control early in overtime and defeated host Fort Scott, 64-59, in the Gladbach Classic at Arnold Arena Saturday afternoon. Despite a late Cottey run, Fort Scott led 50-46 with 1:41 remaining in regulation time after 6' 3" post Carlie Wilhelmi scored a basket. But then Machela VanGennip made two free throws with 47 seconds left to bring the Comets (6-1) within two points...
'Hound women finish strong (11/22/14)
In Wednesday's night's loss to Hesston, Fort Scott Community College's women saw the momentum fade away in the second half of what ended up being a 9-point loss after holding a 17-point halftime lead. The second half of Friday night's game against the Friends University junior varsity started in an eerily similar fashion as the Greyhounds struggled while the Falcons began to make some headway...
Scouts roll in second half (11/22/14)
Visiting Penn Valley remained undefeated on the season with a 75-63 victory over Fort Scott Community College's men on the first day of the Gladbach Classic at Arnold Arena Friday night. The Scouts (5-0) outscored Fort Scott, 43-33, in the second half as the Greyhounds turned the ball over 12 times and couldn't convert on some transition scoring chances...
FSMS 8th 'A' wins two (11/22/14)
Fort Scott Middle School's eighth-grade "A" team has won its last two games, played on the road Tuesday and Thursday. Tuesday at Pittsburg, the Tigers won 20-13. Abby Humble scored 8 points and pulled down 8 rebounds. Alaina Allen added 7 points. The eighth-grade "B" team lost to Pittsburg, 17-15. Brooklyn Sheehy led with 6 points and 5 rebounds...
LaRoche reportedly signs with White Sox (11/22/14)
Multiple sources reported Friday evening that Fort Scott native Adam LaRoche has signed a two-year, $25 million deal with the Chicago White Sox. LaRoche, 35, was an unrestricted free agent after playing for the Washington Nationals the past four seasons. The Nationals no longer had a place for LaRoche as they planned to move Ryan Zimmerman to first base...
Greyhound men fight off Hesston, 92-88 (11/21/14)
Fort Scott Community College's men took control around the 11-minute mark of the second half at Arnold Arena Wednesday night and held off Hesston, 92-88. The game was hotly contested throughout and it's not even the one that counts toward post-season seeding in Region VI Division II. That game's not until February 25, the final game of the regular season, at Hesston...
Hesston women rally (11/21/14)
Larks come back from 17-point halftime deficit to beat 'Hounds
14 Tigers earn All-SEK football honors (11/19/14)
Fourteen members of Fort Scott High School's football team earned All-Southeast Kansas League honors in an announcement released early Tuesday morning. Four Tigers were named to the First Team. Senior Alex Fink was chosen at wide receiver and defensive back. Senior Chase Brown was selected as a linebacker. Senior Mason Knopp was named as the punter and junior Brody Southwell was named the kicker...
UJH boys look to build on winning foundation (11/19/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's Junior High basketball boys are looking to continue their winning ways. Last year's team finished 11-5 and provided a solid returning foundation, as well as helping those who are now freshmen on the varsity. Head coach Chad Hays, who has already overseen the school's unbeaten football season, returns to the challenge of basketball with nary a break...
Nine named to TRL 8-man football team (11/19/14)
Three Rivers League eight-man football runner-up Uniontown saw nine players chosen to fill 15 spots on the All-TRL team, which was released recently. Uniontown's First Team picks included Jacob Duffey, the unanimous choice as the kicker and also picked as a defensive back. He was also named Honorable Mention at quarterback and punter...
Three chosen for All-TRL volleyball squad (11/19/14)
Three members of the Uniontown High School volleyball team were selected to spots on the 2014 All-Three Rivers League volleyball team. No Eagles were chosen for the First Team. Sophomore Holly Shinn was a Second Team choice for UHS. Senior Michaela Nietfeld and junior Lindsay Nietfeld were honorable mention picks...
Bulldog boys, Comet girls tabbed in Southeast Kansas League (11/18/14)
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott High School's boys were picked to finish third by league coaches in polls released here Monday morning while Tiger girls were tabbed for sixth place. KSHQ Radio tabulated the polls for the annual media conference, held in Pittsburg's WATCO building. Coaches could not vote for their own teams...
Tight races predicted in Three Rivers as multiple teams receive first-place votes (11/18/14)
PITTSBURG --Three girls' teams and four boys' squads received first-place votes as the results of Three Rivers League coaches polls were released by KSHQ Radio in a media conference at the WATCO Building here Monday. Only four teams received top-three votes on the girls' side, but those four are separated by only nine points in the voting. ...
'Hound women off to best start in 8 years (11/18/14)
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Fort Scott Community College's women are off to the program's best start in eight seasons, improving to 6-1 after beating Penn Valley and Ellsworth (Iowa) over the weekend in the Kansas City Kansas Classic. Fort Scott has six wins in its first seven games for the first time since the 2006-07 season, the first of Stasha Richards' tenure. The Greyhounds lost their next two that year and finished 13-15...
'Hound men hold off Southwestern JV in 2 OT (11/18/14)
Fort Scott Community College's men had to rally from a halftime deficit before finally defeating the Southwestern College junior varsity at Arnold Arena Saturday afternoon, 80-77 in double overtime. Fort Scott (4-3) led 24-19 with eight minutes left in the first half but trailed 37-33 at the half. The Greyhounds were down by 7 points, 53-46, with 9:50 left in regulation...
Numbers a bit low for UJH girls (11/18/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Numbers are a bit thin for the girls' basketball team at Uniontown Junior High but the Eagles will again work to build a solid foundation with player improvement, focusing on honing skills for the high-school varsity program. Paula Coyan again leads the team and will primarily work with the eighth grade while assistant coach Julie Schafer will focus her work with the seventh grade...
Bishop Miege dominates in Sectional (11/15/14)
Fort Scott High had the first play from scrimmage in Friday night's Class 4A-Division I Sectional Playoff Game at Frary Field against No. 1-ranked Bishop Miege. And it was a 34-yard run by running back Brendyn Quinney. Although the Tigers' drive stalled and Bishop Miege was able to make three big plays on its first drive, the Tigers were able to keep the Stags off the scoreboard when Quinney intercepted a pass in the end zone for a touchback...
Nevada takes 3 of 4 from FSMS (11/15/14)
NEVADA -- Fort Scott Middle School's eighth-grade teams played here Thursday with the "A" team winning over Nevada while the "B" team lost. The eighth graders played at Nevada Middle School. The "A" squad (2-1) doubled up Nevada, 30-15, as Madi Farmer scored 12 points and grabbed 6 rebounds. Abby Humble scored 6 points and led with 8 rebounds. Jocie Allen also scored 6 points...
All-SEK honor to 3 Tigers (11/15/14)
Southeast Kansas League runner-up Fort Scott saw three players picked to the All-SEK volleyball team recently, all of them chosen to the First Team. The Tigers finished second in the SEK at 5-1 with an overall record of 20-17. Chanute won the SEK for the third consecutive season...
FSHS lands 4 on All-SEK soccer team (11/15/14)
Four members of Fort Scott High School's soccer team were chosen to the All-Southeast Kansas League team recently. Two were placed on the First Team. The Tigers First Team picks are seniors Jonah Jones and Hector Torres-Leiva. They are joined by four members of league champion Pittsburg -- seniors Sullivan Lauderdale, Ricky Sanchez and Emmanuel Gonzalez, and junior Frander Marroquin. ...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Tigers vs. No. 1 Bishop Miege -- Tigers' task: beat the best in order to be the best (11/14/14)
A game such as this is what the playoffs are all about. In order to be the best, one has to beat the best. And every poll in Kansas has Bishop Miege as its No. 1 team in Class 4A-Division I. And some of them have the Stags (10-0) as one of the best teams in the state no matter what the class...
Greyhounds hold off Cowley, even record (11/14/14)
The weather outside feels more like January or February right now. Well, inside Arnold Arena Wedensday night, there was a basketball game played in an atmosphere more like a gritty conference game in January of February than a non-conference affair in November...
SOUTHEAST KANSAS LEAGUE SCORING LEADERS
Season Final

INDIVIDUAL SCORING

Player, schoolTD2PTFGXPKTotal
1. Alex Barnes, Pittsburg38*500238*
2. LaDarrius Johnson, Coff.1470098
3. Marquise Johnson, Ind.1340086
4. Kenton Richards, Chanute1060072
5. Destin Downing, Chanute1120070
6. Derek Sharp, Chanute940163
7. Jamal Logan, Coffeyville760054
tie. Nick Powers, Pittsburg0024854
9. Brody Southwell, Fort Scott0073152
10. Chase Brown, Fort Scott810050
11. Alex Son, Chanute800048
12. Brendyn Quinney, Fort Scott700042
13. Ethin VanAnne, Chanute600036
tie. Dominic Johnson, LC600036
tie. Ryan McNeely, Pittsburg600036
16. Kyle Rinck, Independence510032
tie. Alex Fink, Fort Scott510032
18. Carter Young, Fort Scott500030
tie. Jordan Mead, Independence 500030
tie. Bryce Thomas, Labette County500030
tie. Eli Tallman, Labette County500030
tie. Dante Richardson, Pittsburg500030
tie. Colton Erikson, Chanute360030

* -- League records.

SCORING BY KICKING

Player, schoolFGXPTotal
1. Nick Powers, Pittsburg24854
2. Brody Southwell, Fort Scott73152
3. Missy Dantic, Labette County31019
4. Cory Janasek, Independence01111
5. Noah Taylor, Parsons055
6. Derek Sharp, Chanute011

TEAM OFFENSE

TeamGPts.Avg.
Pittsburg1146041.8
Chanute927730.8
Coffeyville1029429.4
Fort Scott1128626.0
Independence919721.9
Labette County916718.6
Parsons9717.9

TEAM DEFENSE

TeamGPts.Avg.
Pittsburg1118116.5
Fort Scott1121219.3
Chanute923426.0
Coffeyville1031231.2
Independence929232.4
Labette County930634.0
Parsons935439.3

SCORING MARGIN

TeamGForAgainstMarginAvg.
Pittsburg1146018127925.4
Fort Scott11286212746.7
Chanute9277234434.8
Coffeyville10294312-18-18.
Independence9197292-95-10.6
Labette County9167306-139-15.4
Parsons971354-283-31.4
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 9:50 p.m. Monday night.


CNC FOOTBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
xy-Frontenac7-010-1
y-Columbus6-110-1
z-Colgan4-29-3
z-Galena4-36-5
z-Riverton3-45-5
Southeast2-53-6
y-Girard1-54-6
Baxter Springs0-71-8

x -- Clinched league title.

y - Class 4A-Division II playoff qualifier.

z -- Class 3A playoff qualifier.

Friday, Nov. 14

Class 4A-Division II Sectional playoff games

Carbondale-Santa Fe Trail 14, Frontenac 13

Columbus 22, Holton 21

Class 3A Sectional playoff game

Rossville 56, Colgan 19

Friday, Nov. 21

Class 4A-Division II Sub-State playoff games

Carbondale-Santa Fe Trail at Columbus