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Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 10:55 p.m. Monday night.

KJCCC FOOTBALL

TeamConferenceOverall
x-Hutchinson6-08-0
Coffeyville3-16-2
Butler3-25-3
Highland2-25-3
Garden City2-33-4
Dodge City2-32-6
Fort Scott2-43-5
Independence0-50-8

x -- Clinched share of conference title.

Saturday, Oct. 18

Saturday, Oct. 18

Iowa Central 31, Dodge City 21

Hutchinson 58, Highland 35

Ellsworth 40, Independence 0

Coffeyville 37, Butler 34

Fort Scott 32, Garden City 28

Saturday, Oct. 25

Air Force Prep at Dodge City, 1 p.m.

Fort Scott at Independence, 1 p.m.

Hutchinson at Iowa Western, 1 p.m.

Butler at Garden City, 7 p.m.

Highland at Coffeyville, 7 p.m.


ICCACConf.vs. KSOverall
Iowa Western1-06-08-0
Iowa Central0-02-53-5
Ellsworth0-13-33-4

Saturday, Oct. 18

Iowa Central 31, Dodge City 21

Iowa Western 65, College of DuPage 27

Ellsworth 40, Independence 0

Saturday, Oct. 25

Hutchinson at Iowa Western, 1 p.m.

Iowa Central at Ellsworth, 1 p.m.


KJCCC VOLLEYBALL

EASTERN DIVISION

TeamDiv.Reg.Overall
Cowley7-07-021-11
Kansas City6-17-124-8
Johnson Co.6-16-121-9
r-Hesston5-219-5
Fort Scott5-25-326-5
Coffeyville5-35-322-10
Labette3-53-510-15
Allen1-61-79-21
Highland1-71-86-19
Independence0-70-74-16

r -- Region VI Division II opponent; not a conference member. Matches vs. Hesston count toward post-season tournament seeing. Teams are listed in division order with Hesston inserted in the approximate position in which it would be seeded if the post-season began today.

Wednesday, Oct. 15

Coffeyville 3, Allen 0 (25-14, 25-21, 25-20)

Fort Scott 3, Highland 1 (25-7, 15-25, 25-11, 25-14)

Johnson County 3, Independence 0 (25-15, 25-9, 25-11)

Kansas City 3, Labette 0 (25-16, 25-17, 25-18)

Thursday, Oct. 16

Cowley 3, Seminole State 0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-20)

Friday, Oct. 17

Fort Scott 3, Longview 0 (25-23, 25-15, 25-19)

Hesston 3, Neosho County 1 (25-14, 23-25, 26-24, 26-24)

Florida State College Tournament

College of Central Florida 3, Johnson County 0 (25-17, 25-18, 25-16)

Johnson County 3, Polk State 2 (24-26, 25-20, 23-25, 25-18, 15-10)

Saturday, Oct. 18

Hesston 3, Southeast Nebraska 1 (25-23, 18-25, 25-21, 25-16)

Hesston 3, Southwestern (Iowa) 0 (25-16, 25-18, 25-14)

Neosho County 3, Friends JV 1 (25-14, 14-25, 25-23, 25-17)

Florida State College Tournament

Miami-Dade 3, Johnson County 0 (25-17, 25-19, 25-9)

Johnson County 3, Hillsborough 2 (20-25, 15-25, 25-17, 25-19, 15-12)

Monday, Oct. 20

Allen at Longview

Missouri State-West Plains at Kansas City

Highland 3, Southeast Nebraska 2 (18-25, 26-24, 25-16, 19-25, 15-8)

Wednesday, Oct. 22

Cowley at Highland

Independence at Allen

Johnson County at Fort Scott

Kansas City at Coffeyville

Labette at Hesston

Neosho County at Bacone JV

Friday, Oct. 24

Fort Scott at Iowa Central Tournament

Highland at Southwestern (Iowa) and Marshalltown

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M at Labette

Wentworth Military at Coffeyville

Saturday, Oct. 25

Fort Scott at Iowa Central Tournament

UHS golfers compete at State (10/22/14)
Uniontown's Kyley Brown tied for 47th overall with a score of 120 at the state golf tournament at Emporia Municipal Golf Course. Teammate Kaylyn Crystal finished in a tie at 63 with a 128. Laryn Thompson was tied at 79 with a 142. The top two teams in the State were both from the same regional as the Eagles...
'Hounds rally, 32-28; late defensive stand boosts FSCC (10/21/14)
GARDEN CITY -- Fort Scott Community College defensive coordinator Jeff Kelly was passed up for the then-vacant head coaching position at Garden City after last season. So in May, Kelly settled in at FSCC. The Greyhounds have not exactly been a defensive juggernaut this season. ...
Split season (10/21/14)
No. 20 'Hounds sweep Longview (10/21/14)
LEES SUMMIT, Mo. -- Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team, which broke back into the NJCAA Division II poll this week at No. 20 after spending one week out, swept Longview here Friday night but stuffing the Lakers at the net. The Greyhounds (26-5) were credited with 28 blocks in the match, which they won 25-23, 25-15, 25-19, while Longview had only 12...
Harrison goes 0-2 at State tennis (10/21/14)
WINFIELD -- Fort Scott High junior Jennifer Harrison didn't have as long of a stay at the Class 4A State Tennis Tournament as she would have liked here this past weekend, going 0-2. But she finished the season with a record of 22-14 and will be back next season in a quest to qualify all four years of her high-school career...
Tigers 4th at Anderson County (10/21/14)
GARNETT -- Fort Scott High School volleyball finished in fourth place at the Anderson County Invitational here Saturday afternoon as the Tigers closed out regular-season play. Fort Scott (20-16) defeated Iola, 25-14, 25-19, in the first round of pool play. Ashley Cook had 7 kills, 6 assists and 7 digs for the Tigers. Elisha Hasenplaugh added 5 kills. Abi Keating handed out 10 assists and served 4 aces. Katie Gorman came up with 18 digs...
UHS volleyball winless at Central Heights (10/21/14)
RICHMOND -- Uniontown's volleyball team ran into a buzz saw of a tournament at Central Heights here Saturday, dropping outings to the hosts, Erie, Kansas City Chritsitan and Osawatomie. Uniontown fell to 13-19 with one regular-season triangular remaining tonight at home...
UJH teams conclude season with losses (10/21/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown Junior High's volleyball team wrapped up the season with games against Jayhawk Junior High here Thursday. The seventh-grade team lost in three sets; the eighth grade fell in two. The seventh graders finished with a 6-1 league record...
ONLINE FIRST: MdCV rallies to down Eagles (10/19/14)
Editor's Note: This information did not arrive to the Tribune office until Saturday afternoon. This summary will also be presented in Tuesday's print edition. The Tribune apologizes for any inconvenience caused by this stiuation. ---- UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's football team lost the battle Friday night but the Eagles could still come out with a playoff berth if they can take care of business in their final two games of the regular season...
Going a little bit old school (10/18/14)
Tigers down Comets with smash-mouth offense, big-play defense
Westhoff claims SEK title (10/18/14)
CHERRYVALE -- Fort Scott High School junior Cassidy Westhoff claimed the Southeast Kansas League girls' cross-country title here Thursday, keeping that crown on the head of a Tiger for the fourth consecutive season. Westhoff joins Kati Jo Todd (1996), Heather Williams (2004-05) and Rienbolt (2011-13) as Fort Scott female champions. Her sister, Mallory, finished in seventh place...
No. 1 Miege sweeps; Blue Comets take SEK title (10/18/14)
cott High's volleyball team suffered a sweep here Thursday night at the hands of defending Class 4A State champ Bishop Miege in a non-league match and Chanute in a match that determined the SEK champion. Miege (26-7), State champion in either 4A or 5A five of the last six years, is ranked No. ...
Uniontown Junior High finishes unbeaten (10/18/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown Junior High's football team took the early lead and then made it stand up for a 26-22 victory over Jayhawk Junior High Thursday night, completing an unbeaten regular season. Over the course of the season, the Eagles had flattened Altoona-Midway 38-8, Oswego 50-16, Northeast 30-8, Marmaton Valley 48-18 and Crest 40-0. The also beat Pleasanton, 16-0, in a game suspended by lightning and called with four minutes left in the first quarter...
Harrison to make third State appearance (10/17/14)
Fort Scott High School junior Jennifer Harrison got into playing tennis because her older sister, Corina, needed someone to practice with. "When I was in fifth grade, Corina, who was on the team when I was a freshman, said, 'I need someone to hit with me,' because she decided she wanted to play as a freshman (2009)," Jennifer said. "And I said, 'OK, I'll hit with you.' And then we just all started hitting as a family and I've liked it ever since."...
'Hounds down Highland (10/17/14)
HIGHLAND -- Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team used a week-long break to its advantage here Wednesday night and beat Highland, 3 sets to 1, in a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division match. Scores were 25-7, 15-25, 25-11, 25-14. The 'Hounds (5-2 East, 25-5 overall) last played on October 8 when they lost to then-No. 7-ranked Kansas City Kansas, the last of seven matches in nine days. Having gone 21-2 in their first 23 matches, Fort Scott had split its next six...
FSMS 7th grade wins; 8th graders fall by one (10/17/14)
Fort Scott Middle School's seventh-grade football team won a high-scoring affair at Frary Field while the eighth graders fell by one point in a defensive battle. The seventh grade beat Altamont, 38-28, as quarterback Brody Bowles accounted for 164 yards in total offense and three scores. The eighth-grade lost, 7-6, to Altamont as the Grizzlies intercepted two passes in the fourth quarter...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Tigers vs. Chanute -- Comets visit to open district play (10/17/14)
Class 4A-Division I District 4 play opens tonight when Chanute comes to Frary Field to meet Fort Scott High and Labette County hosts Paola. For those new to high-school football, the last three weeks of the regular season are district games, which are essentially a four-team round-robin playoff for two spots in the Class 4A-Division I playoffs...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: 'Hounds at Garden City -- Shot at winning season at stake (10/17/14)
ollege takes its longest road trip of the season this weekend in quest of a victory that will keep another losing year at bay --at least for one more week. The Greyhounds will be in Garden City to take on the Broncbusters in Jayhawk Confefence play in the first meeting between the schools at GCCC's new stadium...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Uniontown vs. Marais des Cygnes -- Tonight's clash key in playoff hunt (10/17/14)
Just three weeks into district play and tonight's game between Marais des Cygnes Valley and Uniontown will be one which goes a long way toward determining which teams advance to the Eight-Man Division I playoffs out of District 1 and where they will be playing their Bi-District playoff game...
Jones' hat trick carries Tigers (10/15/14)
Jonah Jones scored his second career hat trick Tuesday afternoon to lead Fort Scott High's soccer team to a 3-0 win over Columbus in a non-league match at Ellis Park. Jones, a senior, scored twice in the second half, when the Tigers (2-10) took control of the pace of play. His first hat track came on Sept. 9 of last year in a road game at Columbus...
Frosh roll to win over Indy (10/15/14)
Scoring in every quarter, Fort Scott High's ninth grade football team won Tuesday night's game with Independence in just about every way imaginable: on the ground, through the air, and via the defensive takeaway. The result was a 41-6 throttling, with standouts aplenty on both sides of the ball for the Tigers...
Eagles sending three to State (10/15/14)
FREDONIA -- Despite playing in terrible weather conditions, three members of Uniontown's golf team qualified for State from the Fredonia Class 3-2-1A Regional Tournament, played here Monday. While other tournaments -- including a Class 4A Regional less than 60 miles to the south in Coffeyville -- were postponed, they forged on in Fredonia with two inches of rain falling during play...
Tigers' season comes to close (10/15/14)
COFFEYVILLE -- The season came to a close for Fort Scott High School's golf team here Tuesday as the Tigers were unable to advance either individually or as a team from the Coffeyville Class 4A Regional Tournament. The tournament was moved back one day due to rain on Monday, but conditions still weren't ideal for most of the teams...
UJH volleyball coming up on season finale (10/15/14)
Uniontows Junior High's volleyball teams recently swept Crest and gained a split with Pleasanton. The seventh-grade Eagles rolled over Crest on the road October 2, 25-9, 25-15. Jordan Ford and Makenzie Brown each served 3 points for Uniontown. The eighth-grade team went three sets that night with Crest, winning 25-22, 21-25, 15-12. Anna Jefferis had 4 points in the first, Aubrey Ruggles 5 in the second, and Jefferis 3 in the third to pace Uniontown...
Quick start, field position costly to 'Hounds (10/14/14)
Two quick, long scores by Ellsworth early in the game gave the visiting Panthers a lead which proved insurmountable at Frary Field Saturday. The 14-0 lead less than six minutes into the game held up as the Iowa squad handed Fort Scott Community College a 30-13 setback in a non-conference game...
SOUTHEAST KANSAS LEAGUE SCORING LEADERS
After six games

INDIVIDUAL SCORING

Player, schoolTD2PTFGXPKTotal
1. Alex Barnes, Pittsburg23400146
2. Kenton Richards, Chanute1060072
3. LaDarris Johnson, Coff.960066
4. Marquise Johnson, Ind.1010062
5. Destin Downing, Coffeyville810050
tie. Chase Brown, Fort Scott810050
7. Jamal Logan, Coffeyville650046
8. Derek Sharp, Chanute620040
9. Nick Powers, Pittsburg0013336
10. Brody Southwell, Fort Scott005 1934
11. Alex Son, Chanute500030
tie. Carter Young, Fort Scott500030
tie. Jordan Mead, Independence500030
tie. Bryce Thomas, Labette County500030
tie. Ryan McNeely, Pittsburg500030
16. Kyle Rinck, Independence410026
17. Dominic Johnson, LC400024
tie. Parker Grant, Labette County400024
tie. Dante Richardson, Pittsburg400024
tie. Elijah Harris, Pittsburg400024
tie. Spencer Turnbull, Pittsburg400024

SCORING BY KICKING

Player, schoolFGXPTotal
1. Nick Powers, Pittsburg13336
2. Brody Southwell, Fort Scott51934
3. Missy Dantic, Labette County3918
4. Cory Janasek, Independence01010
5. Noah Taylor, Parsons044

TEAM OFFENSE

TeamGPts.Avg.
Pittsburg733247.4
Coffeyville721630.9
Chanute720829.7
Fort Scott719027.1
Independence715422.0
Labette County714220.3
Parsons7568.0

TEAM DEFENSE

TeamGPts.Avg.
Pittsburg77110.1
Fort Scott711917.0
Coffeyville719928.4
Chanute720028.6
Labette County720829.7
Independence721731.0
Parsons728440.6

SCORING MARGIN

TeamGForAgainstMarginAvg.
Pittsburg733271+261+37.3
Fort Scott7190119+71+10.1
Coffeyville7216199+17+2.4
Chanute72082008+1.1
Independence7154217-63-9.0
Labette County7142208-66-9.4
Parsons756284-228-32.6
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 10:55 p.m. Monday night.

SEK FOOTBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
x-Pittsburg5-06-1
Fort Scott4-16-1
Chanute3-23-4
Coffeyville3-33-4
Independence2-43-4
Labette County1-22-5
Parsons0-60-7

x -- Clinched league title.

Friday, Oct. 17

DISTRICT PLAY BEGINS

Blue Valley West 14, Pittsburg 12

Fort Scott 23, Chanute 8

Coffeyville 66, Independence 12

Paola 48, Labette County 7

Frontenac 54, Parsons 14

Friday, Oct. 24

Blue Valley Southwest at Pittsburg

Coffeyville at Augusta

Independence at Winfield

Labette County at Fort Scott

Paola at Chanute

Parsons at Baxter Springs


SEK VOLLEYBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
x-Chanute6-034-3
Fort Scott5-120-16
Independence3-220-5
Labette County3-312-17
y-Pittsburg2-417-12
Parsons1-55-22
Coffeyville0-56-21

x -- League champion.

y -- Missing some Oct. 11 results.

Thursday, Oct. 16

Bishop Miege 2, Chanute 0 (25-10, 25-6)

Bishop Miege 2, Fort Scott 0 (25-12, 25-14)

Chanute 2, Fort Scott 0 (25-18, 25-19)

Independence 2, Columbus 0 (25-16, 25-11)

Independence 2, Coffeyville 0 (25-15, 25-14)

Coffeyville vs. Columbus at Independence

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

Labette County 2, Pittsburg 1 (24-26, 25-19, 25-13)

Pittsburg 2, Parsons 0 (25-22, 25-14)

Saturday, Oct. 18

Parsons at Neodesha Tournament

Pittsburg at Emporia Tournament

Anderson County Tournament

Independence 2, Labette County 1 (23-25, 25-17, 25-14)

Anderson County 2, Independence 1 (25-15, 14-25, 22-19)

Independence 2, Burlington 0 (25-23, 25-21)

Wellsville 2, Independence 0 (25-16, 25-16)

Fort Scott 2, Iola 0 (25-14, 25-19)

Wellsville 2, Fort Scott 0 (25-11, 25-17)

Fort Scott 2, Prairie View 0 (25-13, 25-14)

Anderson County 2, Fort Scott 1 (24-26, 25-22, 25-18)

Independence 2, Fort Scott 0 (25-18, 25-17; 3rd)

Labette County

Regular season ends

Regular season ends


SEK SOCCER

TeamLeagueOverall
Pittsburg5-0-011-2-0
Independence3-1-011-3-0
x-Coffeyville 2-3-03-6-0
Fort Scott0-6-02-11-0

x -- Missing one match.

Thursday, Oct. 16

Independence 10, Columbus 0

Coffeyville 4, Fort Scott 1

Pittsburg 5, Olathe Heritage Christian 0

Saturday, Oct. 18

Basehor-Linwood at Pittsburg

Tuesday, Oct. 21

Independence at Coffeyville

Pittsburg at Columbus

Riverton at Fort Scott

Thursday, Oct. 23

Fort Scott at Paola

Independence at Pittsburg

Regular season ends


TRL FOOTBALL

Eight-ManLeagueOverall
x-Chetopa6-07-0
Uniontown4-14-3
Crest3-24-3
Marmaton Valley2-32-5
St. Paul2-32-5
Pleasanton1-41-6
Altoona-Midway0-50-7
11-ManLeagueOverall
x-Northeast2-04-3
Oswego1-14-3
Jayhawk-Linn0-21-6

x -- Clinched league title.

Thursday, Oct. 16

DISTRICT PLAY BEGINS FOR

CLASS 3A SCHOOLS

Colgan 42, Northeast 6

Friday, Oct. 17

Southern Coffey County 50, Altoona-Midway 0

Chetopa 54, Crest 6

Marais Des Cygnes Valley 37, Uniontown 36

Marmaton Valley 51, Pleasanton 6

Waverly 30, St. Paul 6

Wellsville 69, Jayhawk-Linn 0

Oswego 44, Yates Center 6

Friday, Oct. 24

Chetopa at Longton-Elk Valley

Crest at Southern Coffey County

Erie at Northeast

Hartford at Altoona-Midway

Pleasanton at Uniontown

Richmond-Central Heights at Jayhawk-Linn

St. Paul at Marias des Cygnes Valley

Waverly at Marmaton Valley

Whitewater-Remington at Oswego


DISTRICT FOOTBALL

CLASS 4A-DIVISION I

DISTRICT 4

TeamDistrictOverall
Paola1-0+215-2
Fort Scott1-0+156-1
Chanute0-1-153-4
Labette County0-1-212-5

Friday, Oct. 17

DISTRICT PLAY BEGINS

Fort Scott 23, Chanute 8

Paola 48, Labette County 7

Friday, Oct. 24

Labette County at Fort Scott

Paola at Chanute

EIGHT-MAN-DIVISION I

DISTRICT 1

TeamDistrictOverall
Marais des Cygnes 3-0 +305-2
Uniontown2-1 +414-3
Waverly2-1 +346-1
Marmaton Valley1-2 -212-5
St. Paul1-2 -212-5
Pleasanton0-3 -631-6

Friday, Oct. 17

Marais Des Cygnes Valley 37, Uniontown 36

Marmaton Valley 51, Pleasanton 6

Waverly 30, St. Paul 6

Friday, Oct. 24

Pleasanton at Uniontown

St. Paul at Marias des Cygnes Valley

Waverly at Marmaton Valley


CNC FOOTBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
Columbus6-07-0
Frontenac5-07-0
Colgan4-25-2
Riverton3-34-3
Galena2-33-4
Southeast2-43-4
Girard1-51-6
Baxter Springs0-60-7

Thursday, Oct. 16

DISTRICT PLAY BEGINS

Colgan 42, Northeast 6

Friday, Oct. 17

Girard 49, Anderson County 6

Columbus 41, Baxter Springs 7

Galena 36, Cherryvale 21

Frontenac 54, Parsons 14

Riverton 28, Southeast 22

Thursday, Oct. 23

Humboldt at Colgan

Friday, Oct. 24

Cherryvale at Riverton

Frontenac at Columbus

Girard at Burlington

Parsons at Baxter Springs

Southeast at Galena


WEST CENTRAL

CONFERENCE FOOTBALL

TeamConf.Overall
x-Kansas City O'Hara5-18-1
Sedalia-Smith Cotton4-26-3
Kansas City St. Pius X4-25-4
Kansas City Center3-36-3
Warrensburg3-34-5
Nevada1-52-7
Clinton1-51-8

x -- Conference champion.

Friday, Oct. 17

Sedalia-Smith Cotton 12, Kansas City Center 0

Kansas City O'Hara 53, Warrensburg 22

Kansas City St. Pius X 20, Kansas City Pembroke Hill 0

Clinton 14, Nevada 13

Regular season ends

Friday, Oct. 24

Class 5 First-round playoff games

Kansas City-Ruskin at Sedalia-Smith Cotton

Class 4 First-round playoff games

Pleasant Hill at Kansas City Center

Nevada at Harrisonville

Warrensburg at Grain Valley

Class 3 First-round playoff games

Clinton at Kansas City O'Hara

Cameron at Kansas City St. Pius X