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Thursday, Sep. 29, 2016
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 10:55 p.m. Thursday night.

KJCCC FOOTBALL

TeamConference Overall
Garden City3-04-0
Highland2-14-1
Butler2-12-2
Dodge City1-14-1
Fort Scott1-12-2
Hutchinson1-22-2
Coffeyville0-22-2
Independence0-21-2

Saturday, Oct. 1

Hutchinson at Iowa Central, 11 a.m.

Butler at Garden City, 7 p.m.

Dodge City at Independence, 7 p.m.

Fort Scott at Coffeyville, 7 p.m.

Bye: Highland

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Iowa Western, Idle


KJCCC VOLLEYBALL

DIVISION II

TeamConference Overall
Coffeyville4-124-1
Cowley4-112-7
Neosho County4-111-8
Kansas City3-114-5
Highland4-213-5
Fort Scott3-215-4
Johnson County3-49-10
Independence1-42-16
Labette0-58-17
Allen0-54-11

Monday, Sept. 26

Coffeyville 3, Cowley 2 (25-16, 19-25, 23-25, 25-19, 15-12)

Highland 3, Labette 1 (27-29, 25-17, 25-13, 26-24)

Kansas City 3, Independence 0 (25-18, 25-22, 25-22)

Wednesday, Sept. 28

Coffeyville 3, Hesston 0 (25-16, 25-22, 25-23)

Cowley 3, Labette 0 (25-16, 25-14, 25-17)

Highland 3, Fort Scott 0 (25-17, 25-18, 25-19)

Independence 3, Allen 2 (25-20, 25-21, 17-25, 14-25, 15-11)

Neosho County 3, Johnson County 1 (25-19, 25-22, 12-25, 25-19)

Friday, Sept. 30

at Johnson County

Johnson County, Kansas City

at Neosho County

Allen, Coffeyville, Fort Scott, Neosho County

at Panther Invitational

Highland

Saturday, Oct. 1

Independence at Cottey with Wentworth Military, Mo.

at Johnson County

Johnson County, Kansas City

at Neosho County

Allen, Coffeyville, Fort Scott, Neosho County

at Panther Invitational

Highland

Bulldogs, Grizzlies take league sweeps (09/28/16)
Fort Scott High School's volleyball team suffered sweeps at the hands of Independence and Labette County Tuesday night in Southeast Kansas League matches held at the FSHS gymnasium. Independence swept the Tigers, 28-18, 25-11. LCHS swept 25-15, 26-24. In between, Indy (5-1 SEK, 20-4 overall) defeated Labette County in three sets, 22-25, 25-22, 25-15...
Golfers field full team for first time (09/28/16)
PITTSBURG -- For the first time this season, Fort Scott High School's girls' golf team was able to field enough players to qualify for team scoring. They finished in sixth place with a four-woman score of 507. "Now to work on lowering that score next Tuesday when we go to Coffeyville," Fort Scott head coach Karen Curran said...
Eighth-grade A team wins two of three (09/28/16)
Fort Scott Middle School volleyball hosted a dual for its A teams on Saturday and played Monday at Parsons with all four of its teams. On Saturday, the seventh-grade A team defeated Frontenac, 25-22, 25-17, but lost to Pittsburg, 25-19, 23-25, 15-12. The eighth-grade A team lost to Frontenac, 24-26, 25-13, 16-14, and beat Pittsburg, 25-23, 27-29, 16-14...
No. 2 doubles team first at Chanute (09/28/16)
CHANUTE -- Fort Scott High's No. 2 doubles team placed first in the final junior varsity tennis of the season at Chanute here Monday. Aubry Terry and Patience Richwine won all three of their matches. They defeated Carmen Kent/Rylee Johnson of Pittsburg, 6-4, in the first round. They beat Selena Stich/Hannah Hugo of Chanute, 6-3, in the second round. In the finals, they won easily over Pittsburg's Megan Noe/Maddie Maple, 6-1, in the final...
Tiger soccer falls, 5-1 (09/28/16)
John Montojo scored the lone goal for Fort Scott High's soccer team as it fell to Coffeyville in a Southeast Kansas League match at Ellis Park by a score of 5-1. Coffeyville improved to 2-2-0 in the league and 5-2-0 overall. Fort Scott, which lost for the fourth consecutive time, dropped to 0-6, 1-11...
Salvo's quest to set record brings her to Fort Scott (09/27/16)
Lynn Salvo went on a cross-country bicycle trip last year. After she was done, she had a question. "I wondered if I might be the oldest female person to do it. And I started investigating," Salvo said Saturday afternoon as she stopped at Martin and Kristi Hudacek-Ashwill's home at 21 N. Caldwell St. "I talked to the Adventure Cycling Association and Terry Bicycle and a few organizations and nobody knew who the oldest female was...
Eagles 2-2 at tough Cherryvale tourney (09/27/16)
CHERRYVALE --Uniontown's volleyball team posted a 2-2 record in pool play at a loaded Cherryvale Tournament here Saturday. The field included three Southeast Kansas League schools and the Wichita Defenders. The Eagles (15-5) defeated Southeast in their first match, 25-20, 25-9, with Holy Shinn posting 9 kills. Kate Coll handed out 9 assists and Jimme Keller had 8...
Brooks 10th at Rim Rock Farm (09/27/16)
JEFFERSON COUNTY -- Fort Scott High School's Devin Brooks finished in 10th place in the Varsity Blue Division here Saturday as he and Gavin Smith participated in an annual meet hosted by the University of Kansas. Brooks turned in a time of 17:27.00 on the same course KU races on and which the Kansas State Championships are held for Classes 6A, 5A and 3A. Smith finished with a time of 19:01.10, which put him in 72nd place. There were 304 competitors in this division alone...
Tigers winless at loaded Louisburg tourney (09/27/16)
LOUISBURG -- Fort Scott High's volleyball team was unable to win a match here Saturday in a Louisburg Tournament fill of larger and state-ranked schools. The Tigers (7-13) fell to Olathe South, 25-8, 25-10, Shawnee Mission East, ranked No. 4 in Class 6A, 25-16, 25-11), Basehor-Linwood, 25-17, 27-25, Louisburg, ranked No. 8 in Class 4A-Division I, 25-21, 25-22, and Leavenworth, 25-8, 25-20...
No changes in SEK; two TRL schools move up (09/27/16)
The Kansas State High School Activities Association released enrollment figures for the 2016-17 school year Monday. These numbers determine the classifications in which each member will compete in all sports other than football for the school year. Football classes, which are effective for two seasons, were determined last year and will be in effect this season and next season...
FSMS gridders win both at Indy (09/27/16)
INDEPENDENCE -- Fort Scott Middle School's football teams both beat Independence here on Thursday. The seventh-grade team (2-1) defeated the Bulldogs, 18-6. Scott Tome had 161 yards rushing for the Tigers and scored two touchdowns on runs of 24 and 75 yards. Justin Miller returned an interception 55 yards for the other score...
Pittsburg rolls past Tigers, 28-0 (09/24/16)
PITTSBURG -- Host Pittsburg was able to finish off long drives while Fort Scott High was unable to do so itself. This led the Purple Dragons to a 28-0 victory over the Tigers in a non-league game here Friday night. The Dragons' fourth straight win over Fort Scott was not league sanctioned as Pittsburg -- the Southeast Kansas League's only Class 5A school -- is playing an independent schedule for the foreseeable future due to the new playoff structure in that class. ...
Reed's big night not enough as Christ Prep takes 28-0 shutout win (09/24/16)
UNIONTOWN -- Freshman quarterback Andrew Reed generated 271 yards of total offense for Uniontown here Friday night. But it was not enough as visiting Kansas City Christ Prep took a 28-0 win over the Eagles. Reed completed 17 of 29 passes for 200 yards and rushed for another 71 on 23 carries. Nick Ragan had 93 yards on 12 rushes. Hayden Miller caught 9 passes for 116 yards...
Tigers tested in final regular-season tournament (09/24/16)
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott High School's girls' tennis team got a "a good test for us looking ahead to the upcoming league and regional tournaments," according to head coach Lynn Barr here Thursday. The Tigers finished in sixth place among the eight teams but there was one Class 6A school and a couple of other unfamiliar opponents in the field...
Neosho County gets by No. 9 Greyhounds (09/23/16)
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team overcame struggles in the second and third sets, won the fourth and held a 14-12 lead in the fifth and deciding set of a Jayhawk Conference-Division II match with Neosho County at Arnold Arena Wednesday night...
Tigers post sweep (09/23/16)
Tiger girls claim Iola title (09/23/16)
IOLA -- Fort Scott High's girls, boosted by three individual top-10 finishes, won the team title at the Doc Stiles Invitational here Tuesday. The Tigers finished with 31 points with Nevada second with 44, Iola third with 59 and Anderson County rounding out the list of eligible teams with 95...
Uniontown sweeps at home (09/23/16)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown High School's volleyball team swept a Three Rivers League "sorta" quadrangular at West Bourbon Elementary School. The Eagles played Northeast and St. Paul and while Yates Center was also present, the Wildcats only played the other two teams...
Herring finishes 10th in 'rookie' meet (09/23/16)
ERIE -- Uniontown sent three golfers to a rookie meet here Tuesday with one winning a medal. Daryan Herring finished 10th for the Eagles, shooting 71 over nine holes. Libby Franks and Aubry O'Neal tied for 13th, each shooting 74. Marcy McDonald of Girard was the winner with a 61...
Tiger soccer falls to Bulldogs (09/23/16)
Fort Scott High School's soccer team suffered a 6-0 loss to Independence in a Southeast Kansas League match Thursday at Ellis Park. It was the Tigers' third loss of the week. They were shut out by Spring Hill, 10-0, at Lions Field on Monday and lost at Pittsburg in a Tuesday Southeast Kansas League match, 5-1...
Fort Scott wins home tournament (09/23/16)
Fort Scott High School's tennis team won three pools Tuesday as the Tigers won their home varsity tournament. Fort Scott entries placed first in No. 1 singles, No. 1 doubles and No. 2 doubles and second in No. 2 singles. Another doubles team filling in for a missing Independence entry finished second...
Photo error leads to Tiger history lesson (09/23/16)
It began with a conversation among friends. Bill Hall, Pete Allen and Jerry Wheeler were sharing memories a couple of years ago when they began to reminisce about their days playing football at Fort Scott High School. The three played during the late 1950s and were teammates on the 1957 Tiger football squad. Then the memories came around to the fourth game of that season, an October 12 contest against Coffeyville played on the then-grass surface of Frary Field...
Dragons' independence shouldn't change the rivalry (09/23/16)
The game should feel the same. When Fort Scott steps onto the FieldTurf at Pittsburg's Hutchinson Field tonight, the Tigers shouldn't fell any different about this game than they have than any other game they've played against the Purple Dragons. And Pittsburg should feel the same way as well,...
Tiger tennis in busy stretch (09/21/16)
Fort Scott High School's tennis teams have been playing a lot of tennis over the past six days. They hosted their own varsity tournament on Tuesday. More coverage of that will be included in Friday's edition. The varsity also played Thursday and Monday while the junior varsity team played at Parsons on Monday...
'Hounds move to 9th in poll, host Neosho tonight (09/21/16)
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team moved up to No. 9 in the latest NJCAA Division II poll released Tuesday afternoon. The Greyhounds moved up one spot this week. They have won their last 10 matches, including a pair this past weekend at Johnson County and at Southeast (Neb.)...
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 10:50 p.m. Thursday night.

SEK FOOTBALL

TeamLeague Overall
Independence2-03-1
Coffeyville1-03-1
Labette County1-03-1
Fort Scott 2-12-2
Chanute 0-11-3
Parsons0-40-4
x-Pittsburg- -2-2

x -- Playing football as an independent.

Friday, Sept. 30

Andover Central at Pittsburg

Chanute at Augusta

Coffeyville at Galena

Independence at Anderson County

Labette County at Fort Scott

Parsons at Iola


SEK VOLLEYBALL

TeamLeague Overall
Pittsburg6-018-3
Independence5-120-4
y-Labette County3-311-10
Chanute3-39-10
Fort Scott3-37-15
Parsons1-56-13
x-Coffeyville 0-62-12

x -- Missing a minimum of seven matches.

y -- Overall record corrected

At Fort Scott

Independence 2, Fort Scott 0 (25-18, 25-11)

Independence 2, Labette County 1 (22-25, 25-22, 25-15)

Labette County 2, Fort Scott 0 (25-15, 26-24)

at Labette County

Chanute 2, Coffeyville 0 (25-18, 25-18)

Chanute 2, Parsons 0 (25-20, 25-15)

Pittsburg 2, Coffeyville 0 (25-12, 25-12)

Pittsburg 2, Parsons 0 (25-11, 25-10)

Thursday, Sept. 29

Fort Scott and Pittsburg at Girard with Columbus

Saturday, Oct. 1

Chanute, Coffeyville, Labette County and Parsons at Chanute Tournament

Pittsburg at Andover Tournament


SEK SOCCER

TeamLeague Overall
Independence3-0-18-0-2
x-Pittsburg3-0-16-2-1
x-Coffeyville2-2-07-3-0
Fort Scott0-6-01-11-0

x -- Overall record corrected.

Tuesday, Sept. 27

Coffeyville 5, Fort Scott 1

Pittsburg 0, Independence 0, 2 OT, tie

Thursday, Sept. 29

Coffeyville 9, Riverton 0


TRL FOOTBALL

UPPER DIVISION (11-man)

TeamLeague Overall
x-Jayhawk-Linn3-04-0
Uniontown1-12-2
Yates Center1-11-3
Oswego0-10-4
Northeast0-20-4

LOWER DIVISON (8-man)

TeamsLeague Overall
Marmaton Valley3-03-1
St. Paul2-04-0
Crest1-12-2
Chetopa1-31-3
Pleasanton0-11-4
Altoona-Midway0-20-4

x -- Clinched division title.

Friday, Sept. 30

District play begins for Eight-Man Division I schools

Crest at Altoona-Midway

Easton-Pleasant Ridge at Jayhawk-Linn

Marmaton Valley at Sedan

Melvern-Marais des Cygnes Valley at Chetopa

Northeast at Oswego

St. Paul at Madison

Uniontown at Olpe

Yates Center at St. Marys

Pleasanton, open


DISTRICT FOOTBALL

CLASS 4A-DIVISION I DISTRICT 3

TeamDistrict Overall
Louisburg0-04-0
Ottawa0-03-1
Fort Scott0-02-2
Paola0-01-3

Friday, Sept. 30

Baldwin at Louisburg

Labette County at Fort Scott

Ottawa at Spring Hill

Paola at Eudora

CLASS 2-1A DISTRICT 4

TeamDistrict Overall
Uniontown0-02-2
Colgan0-01-3
Yates Center0-01-3
Oswego0-00-4

Friday, Sept. 30

Colgan at Girard

Northeast at Oswego

Uniontown at Olpe

Yates Center at St. Marys

SOUTHEAST KANSAS LEAGUE SCORING LEADERS
INDIVIDUAL SCORING

Player, schoolTDXPK2PTFGTotal
1. Isaiah McPherson, Labette Co.1600096
2. Kamaren Wilson, Coffeyville601038
3. C.J. Kelley, Coffeyville501032
4. Will Schabel, Independence500030
5. Victor Herring, Coffeyville400024
tie. Zarek Fewell, Fort Scott400024
7. Jacob Jackson, Coffeyville301020
tie. Josh Pralle, Independence301020
9. Jessie Lawrence, Fort Scott300018
tie. Owyn Back. Labette County300018
tie. Daquan Johnson, Parsons300018
12. Tajhan Thomas, Coffeyville200012
tie. Levi Kemp, Independence200012
tie. Alex Carter, Labette County006012
15. Parker Banzet, Coffeyville080111
16. Gunnar Brown, Fort Scott10108
tie. Cory Janasek, Independence08008
18. Tate Phillips, Labette County05107
19. Sixteen-way tiexxxx6

2PT -- Two-point conversion.

XPK -- Extra-point kick.

TEAM SCORING

OFFENSE

TeamGamesScoredAvg.
Labette County415538.8
Coffeyville413934.8
Independence48822.0
Fort Scott4 7318.3
Parsons44411.0
Chanute4297.3

DEFENSE

TeamGamesAllowedAvg.
Fort Scott44812.0
Independence48120.3
Labette County49523.8
Coffeyville411729.3
Chanute412631.5
Parsons414937.3

MARGIN

TeamPF PA +/-Avg.
Labette County15595+60+15.0
Fort Scott7348+25+6.3
Coffeyville139117+22+5.5
Independence8881+7+1.8
Chanute29126-97-24.3
Parsons44149-105-26.3

SCORING VIA KICKS

Player, schoolXPFGTotal
1. Parker Banzet, Coffeyville8111
2. Cory Janasek, Independence808
3. Cody Stephens, Parsons316
4. Brady Tourtillott, Fort Scott505
tie. Tate Phillips, Labette County505
6. Alvaro Ribas, Chanute303