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Tuesday, Mar. 31, 2015
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARDUpdated at 11:40 p.m. Friday night.
Fort Scott 11-13, Evangel JV 2-2
Allen at Brown Mackie, ppd., rain
Cowley 13, Hutchinson 9
Johnson County 10, Longview 7
Maple Woods at Kansas City, ppd.
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M at Labette, ppd., rain
Independence 9, Northern Oklahoma-Enid 6
Rockhurst JV at Neosho County, ppd., rain
Southeast Nebraska at Highland, ppd.
Kansas City 11, Maple Woods 9
Johnson County 6-8, Coffeyville 5-3
Cowley 10-14, Neosho County 6-13
Fort Scott at Labette, ppd.
Highland at Allen, ppd.
Kansas City 8-4, Independence 1-10
Labette 6-3, Fort Scott 5-7
Allen at Highland
Johnson County at Coffeyville
Kansas City at Independence
Labette at Fort Scott, ppd., wet grounds
Neosho County at Cowley
Highland at Allen
Labette at Fort Scott
Coffeyville at Connors State
Missouri Valley JV at Kansas City
Wentworth Military at Fort Scott
Cowley at Butler
Fort Scott at Crowder
Highland at Longview
Johnson County at Maple Woods
Kansas Wesleyan JV at Allen
Neosho County at Ottawa JV
Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa at Independence
x -- Tie game not included.
Brown Mackie (BMC) and Hesston are independent schools whose teams play each of the Jayhawk East schools for post-season tournament seeding purposes.
Allen 7-0, Coffeyville 4-5
Cloud County 19-9, Brown Mackie 2-0
Cowley 21-12, Independence 3-9
Johnson County 9-6, Kansas City 0-3
Labette at Highland, ppd., weather
Neosho County 1, Fort Scott 0, game one
Neosho County at Fort Scott, game two, susp., rain
Hutchinson 3-7, Hesston 2-6
Allen at Cottey, ppd., wet grounds
Crowder 3, Coffeyville 1
Highland at Fort Scott, ppd., wet grounds
Maple Woods 9-12, Kansas City 8-11
Neosho County 8-1, Bacone JV 0-7
Fort Scott 9-11, Brown Mackie 1-5
Cloud County at Johnson County
Cowley at Kansas City
Labette 8-12, Hesston 0-0
Coffeyville 11-5, Hutchinson 3-7
Highland 16-4, Independence 2-1
Cloud County at Fort Scott
Cowley at Highland
Hesston at Coffeyville
Hutchinson at Labette
Independence at Kansas City
Allen at Cottey
Connors State at Neosho County
Brown Mackie at Tabor JV
Coffeyville at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
Hesston at Kansas City
Highland at Iowa Western
Allen at Neosho County
Brown Mackie at Southeast Nebraska
Highland at Johnson County
Hutchinson at Cowley
Independence at Cowley
Kansas City at Fort Scott
Labette at Coffeyville
Best team in the best park? Maybe so for Tigers (03/28/15)
Going into this season, Fort Scott High's baseball team is in the conversation when talking about Class 4A-Division I championship contenders. And their new ballpark, Dave Regan Field, is being talked about as perhaps the best high-school facility in the state, even as the rush is on to get the stadium complete in time for the scheduled April 7 home opener...
Stadium may be best HS facility in nation (03/28/15)
Dave Regan Field, named after Fort Scott head coach Josh Regan's father, who was the program's first head coach from 1990-2002, will be able to seat 500 people and will be just one of 15 baseball fields in the entire state that has artificial turf (seven of which belong to colleges as well as one used by the Wichita Wingnuts of the American Association). ...
Uniontown baseball falls twice in tourney (03/28/15)
ARMA -- Uniontown's baseball team opened the season here Thursday at the Northeast Tournament but came away with a pair of losses. In the first round, the Eagles were run-ruled by host Northeast, 11-1, in five innings. The Vikings scored in every inning played...
Varsity, JV tennis open seasons (03/28/15)
Fort Scott High School's varsity and junior varsity tennis teams opened their seasons this week. The varsity went to Independence on Tuesday while the JV played at Pittsburg on Thursday. Tuesday: Varsity at Independence. The Tigers had experience players in singles but had freshmen playing in three of the four doubles slots. Fort Scott finished fourth out of five schools...
'Hounds split with Cards; teams play here Sunday (03/28/15)
PARSONS -- Fort Scott Community College and Labette split a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader here Friday. The homestanding Cardinals rallied to take the opener, 6-5. The Greyhounds won the second game 7-3. The teams will play each other at 1 p.m. Sunday at Lions Field. The games were originally scheduled for today but moved back due to wet field conditions. Wentworth Military visits at 1 p.m. Monday...
Eagle softball looks to fill 7 graduates' spots (03/28/15)
A freshman-dominated team will take the field for Uniontown High School softball this team. Six of the 15 team members are first-year players. The Eagles have three seniors, three juniors, and three sophomores. Head coach Paula Coyan returns for her third year as head coach and her eighth year in the sport. With William Hathaway as assistant coach, Coyan and the Eagles will look to match or better last year's overall record of 13-9...
Davis wins split decision (03/28/15)
THACKERVILLE, Okla. -- Fort Scott native L.C. Davis won a split decision over Hideo Tokoro in a Bellator mixed martial arts Bantamweight fight here Friday night. Davis (23-6-0) won on two scorecards, 29-28, while Tokoro (32-28) won the third, also 29-28...
All-American Award (03/28/15)
Experienced core returns for Tiger softball (03/27/15)
There are 39 girls out for softball this season at Fort Scott High School. But head coach Alvin Metcalf has known for quite some time now that two of them are likely to miss the entire season. However, there are four All-Southeast Kansas League picks coming back from last year's team, which won the Southeast Kansas League championship and finished third at the Class 4A-Division I State Tournament with a 17-8 record...
Young Eagles' season already underway (03/27/15)
UNIONTOWN -- Rebuilding with a young team is the task facing head coach Jeff Reed and assistant Brian Baker as Uniontown's baseball team was due to take the field for the first time Thursday in a tournament hosted by Northeast High School at Arma. Uniontown opened against the host school with Liberal, Mo., and St. Paul following. The third-place and championship games rounded out the night's action...
'Hounds split with Indy, sweep Evangel (03/24/15)
Fort Scott Community College's baseball squad split a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader at Independence Sunday then swept a road twinbill from the Evangel College junior varsity at Springfield, Mo., Monday. The 7-3 win for the Greyhounds' in Sunday's opener was their fifth in a row. But the Pirates took the nightcap, 4-3. Monday, Fort Scott swept Evangel 11-2 and 13-2, so the 'Hounds have won seven of their last eight games after losing eight of the nine played before then...
Greyhounds drop four on road trip (03/24/15)
Fort Scott Community College's softball team went on the road for Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheaders Friday and Saturday but were swept in each one. Friday, the Greyhounds were swept by Independence, 5-3 and 11-5. Saturday, Cowley took 2-1 and 9-1 games...
'Hounds sweep Pirates (03/21/15)
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team swept Independence in a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader at Lions Field Friday, winning the opener 3-1 and the nightcap 7-0. After losing eight of their previous nine games, the Greyhounds (4-10 East, 9-14 overall) have gone 4-0 so far this week. They swept the Baker University junior varsity at Lions Field Tuesday and have a pair of conference games to play at Independence Sunday...
'Freshmen Trio' named All-SEK (03/21/15)
Fort Scott High's State Tournament-qualifying "Freshmen Trio" earned All-Southeast Kansas League wrestling honors recently. Derek Bollinger, who had a record of 35-15 prior to State, when the vote of league coaches was held, was named to the First Team as the 132-pound wrestler. Alex Gorman (16-14) and Zarek Fewell (28-18) were each named as Second Team members...
Four Eagles honored in TRL (03/21/15)
Two girls and two boys from Uniontown High School recently received All-League honors in voting conducted by Three Rivers League basketball coaches. Sophomore Shalina Harper was selected to a spot on the girls' First Team while classmate Holly Shinn was tabbed as an Honorable Mention selection. Sophomores David Bradbury and Garrett Elder were each placed on the boys' Second Team...
Cook unanimous All-SEK (03/20/15)
Fort Scott High School junior Ashley Cook was the only Tiger chosen for the All-Southeast Kansas League girls' basketball team this season. Cook, a junior, was one of two unanimous choices for the First Team in a vote of league coaches. The other was Labette County freshman Tristan Gegg...
FSCC baseball games moved (03/20/15)
Fort Scott Community College baseball's Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader versus Independence scheduled for Thursday at Lions Park will be played today beginning at 1 p.m. Also, the doubleheader between these schools scheduled for Saturday at Independence will be held there at the same time Sunday instead...
FSHS baseball holding drawing for White Sox-Royals tickets (03/20/15)
Fort Scott High School baseball will be giving away tickets for two trips to see FSHS graduate Adam LaRoche play when the Chicago White Sox visit the Kansas City Royals this season. Tickets will be given away for games on April 8 and 9 and on August 8 and 9. Lodging is included on the night of the first game of each trip. The seats for each pair of games are on the lower level at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo...
Greyhound softball swept at Labette (03/20/15)
PARSONS -- Fort Scott Community College's softball team was swept by Labette here Tuesday in Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division play by scores of 8-1 and 6-1 The Greyhounds (0-4 East, 9-12 overall) had 7 hits in each game, including 4 doubles in game two. But no 'Hound had more than 1 hit in either game. FSCC plays at Independence Friday and at Cowley Saturday...
Three Tigers honored in SEK (03/18/15)
Three members of Fort Scott High School's boys' basketball team were honored with All-Southeast Kansas League status in a vote conducted recently by league coaches. The teams are picked prior to the post-season but are held until all SEK teams have completed post-season play...
'Hounds outscore Baker JV 30-1 in twinbill (03/18/15)
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team broke out of a slump impressively Tuesday, sweeping the Baker University junior varsity 19-0 and 11-1. Neither game went past the fifth inning. The Greyhounds (7-14) posted their first sweep since the opening doubleheader of the season versus Cloud County. They came into Tuesday's play with losses in eight of their last nine outings...
'Hounds split with Maple Woods (03/17/15)
Fort Scott Community College's softball team won the opener of a non-conference doubleheader with Maple Woods at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex Saturday afternoon but managed just a split for the day. The Greyhounds won the opener, 5-4, scoring with two out in the bottom of the seventh inning. Maple Woods won the second game, 6-2, as Fort Scott committed 7 errors...
Coffeyville sweeps; Baker JV visits (03/17/15)
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott Community College's baseball team suffered a sweep at the hands of Coffeyville in Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division play here Saturday. Coffeyville won the opener 3-1 and the second game 11-6 as they kept pace with division-leading Cowley. The Red Ravens improved to 10-2 in the East, two games behind Cowley, and 17-9 overall. Coffeyville has won six of its last seven games...
Wilkinson to cheer for the Pirates (03/17/15)
'Hound softball rallies to salvage split; Maple Woods calls today (03/14/15)
A four-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning allowed Fort Scott Community College's softball team to win the second game of a doubleheader at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex Friday and salvage a split with visiting North Iowa Area. The Trojans, playing the third doubleheader out of four they've scheduled on a Kansas road trip, won the opener 7-3. The 'Hounds (8-9) took the second game, 8-7...