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Sunday, Mar. 1, 2015
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 11:25 p.m. Thursday night

KJCCC BASKETBALL

WOMEN

EASTERN DIVISION

TeamDivisionOverall
x-Coffeyville12-122-8
Johnson County11-228-2
Kansas City11-227-3
Independence8-518-9
Highland7-623-6
Cowley7-623-7
Labette4-915-15
Fort Scott3-1013-17
Neosho County1-1211-19
Allen1-125-25

WESTERN DIVISION

TeamDivisionOverall
x-Hutchinson16-030-0
Seward County13-325-4
Butler13-323-6
Barton8-818-10
Pratt6-1015-14
Garden City6-1015-15
Colby5-1112-18
Cloud County4-1211-18
Dodge City1-1510-20

x -- Division champion.

Wednesday, Feb. 25

Colby 71, Pratt 69

Johnson County 64, Kansas City 52

Highland 91, Independence 68

Labette 97, Brown Mackie 54

Barton 86, Cloud County 79

Hutchinson 73, Seward County 51

Butler 95, Dodge City 39

Cowley 106, Neosho County 72

Hesston 51, Fort Scott 45

Coffeyville 74, Allen 51

Seward County at Hutchinson

Regular season ends

MEN

EASTERN DIVISION

TeamDivisionOverall
x-Coffeyville8-325-5
Kansas City8-422-8
Allen7-416-14
Cowley7-411-19
Fort Scott6-614-16
Johnson County5-714-16
Highland4-813-17
Labette4-810-19
Independence3-88-21
y-Neosho County0-018-12

WESTERN DIVISION

TeamDivisionOverall
x-Butler14-228-2
Barton 12-424-6
Hutchinson11-524-6
Pratt9-718-12
Dodge City7-917-13
Seward County7-914-15
Garden City6-1017-13
Cloud County3-1316-14
Colby3-1312-18

Wednesday, Feb. 25

Barton 78, Cloud County 69

Brown Mackie 95, Labette 75

Independence 58, Highland 47

Kansas City 67, Johnson County 49

Hutchinson 88, Seward County 82

Butler 74, Dodge City 63

Neosho County 87, Cowley 81

Pratt 74, Colby 73

Hesston 73, Fort Scott 70

Coffeyville 87, Allen 68

Regular season ends


REGION VI

DIVISION II

WOMEN

TeamRegionOverall
x-Johnson County11-128-2
x-Kansas City11-127-3
x-Highland7-523-6
x-Labette5-715-15
x-Hesston3-914-16
x-Brown Mackie3-98-21
Fort Scott2-1013-17

x -- Region VI Tournament qualifiers.

Wednesday, Feb. 25

Johnson County 64, Kansas City 52

Highland 91, Independence 68

Labette 97, Brown Mackie 54

Hesston 51, Fort Scott 45

Regular season ends

MEN

TeamRegionOverall
x-Kansas City8-422-8
x-Hesston8-419-10
x-Fort Scott7-514-16
x-Brown Mackie6-617-13
x-Johnson County5-714-16
x-Highland4-813-17
Labette4-810-19

Wednesday, Feb. 25

Brown Mackie 95, Labette 75

Independence 58, Highland 47

Kansas City 67, Johnson County 49

Hesston 73, Fort Scott 70

Regular season ends


REGION VI

TOURNAMENTS

DIVISION II WOMEN

Saturday, Feb. 28

First Round

Hesston (6: 14-16) at Highland (3: 23-6), 1 p.m.

Brown Mackie (5: 8-21) at Labette (4: 15-15), 2 p.m.

Semifinals

Tuesday, March 3

Hesston-Highland winner at Kansas City (2: 27-3), 5 p.m.

Brown Mackie-Labette winner at Johnson County (1: 28-2), 5:30

Championship

Saturday, March 7

at Wichita State University

1 p.m.

DIVISION II MEN

First Round

Saturday, Feb. 28

Johnson County (5: 14-16) at Brown Mackie (4: 17-13), 1 p.m.

Highland (6: 13-17) at Fort Scott (3: 14-16), 2 p.m.

Semifinals

Tuesday, March 3

Johnson County-Brown Mackie winner at Kansas City (1: 22-8)

Highland-Fort Scott winner at Hesston (2: 19:10)

Championship

Saturday, March 7

at Wichita State University

3 p.m.

DIVISION I WOMEN

First Round

Saturday, Feb. 28

Colby (12: 12-18) at Butler (5: 23-6), 2 p.m.

Cloud County (13: 11-18) at Independence (4: 18-9), 2 p.m.

Dodge City (15: 10-20) at Coffeyville (2: 22-8), 5 p.m.

Pratt (9: 16-14) at Allen (8: 5-25), 5 p.m.

Garden City (11: 15-15) at Cowley (6: 23-7), 5:30

Northwest Kansas Tech (10: 7-21) at Barton (7: 18-10), 5:30

Neosho County (14: 11-19) at Seward County (3: 25-4), 6 p.m.

At Wichita State University

Quarterfinals

Wednesday, March 4

Pratt-Allen winner vs. Hutchinson (1: 30-0), 1 p.m.

Colby-Butler winner vs. Cloud County-Independence winner, 3 p.m.

Garden City-Cowley winner vs. Neosho County-Seward County winner, 5 p.m.

Dodge City-Coffeyville winner vs. Northwest Kansas Tech-Barton winner, 7 p.m.

Semifinals

Friday, March 6

1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Championship

Saturday, March 7

5 p.m.

DIVISION I MEN

First Round

Saturday, Feb. 28

Northwest Kansas Tech (10: 20-10) at Pratt (7: 18-12), 4 p.m.

Seward County (9: 14-15) at Independence (8: 8-21), 4 p.m.

Garden City (12: 17-13) at Hutchinson (5: 24-6), 7 p.m.

Cloud County (14: 16-14) at Barton (3: 24-6), 7:30

Colby (13: 12-18) at Coffeyville (4: 25-5), 7:30

Dodge City (11: 17-13) at Cowley (6: 11-19), 7:30

At Wichita State University

Quarterfinals

Thursday, March 5

Seward County-Independence winner vs. Butler (1: 28-2), TBA

Colby-Coffeyville winner vs. Garden City-Hutchinson winner, TBA

Cloud County-Barton winner vs. Dodge City-Cowley winner, TBA

Pratt-Northwest Kansas Tech winner vs. Allen (2: 16-14), TBA

Semifinals

Friday, March 6

5 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Championship

Saturday, March 7

7 p.m.

Bulldogs down Tigers, take league title (02/28/15)
Fort Scott High's boys jumped out to an early lead Friday night but visiting Independence bounced back, took control in the second quarter and held off a Tiger rally to take a 55-43 victory and successfully defend its Southeast Kansas League championship...
Independence girls hold off Tiger rally (02/28/15)
Fort Scott High's girls played Independence tough at the FSHS gymnasium Friday night, rallying from 7 points down in the third quarter and giving themselves a chance to win the game in the final seconds of play. The Bulldogs prevailed, however, and finished the season as the third-place team in the Southeast Kansas League behind co-champs Chanute and Labette County, each of which won on Friday night...
Bollinger reaches semifinals, has chance to medal (02/28/15)
SALINA -- Fort Scott High's "freshmen trio" began their journeys through the field of the Class 4A State Wrestling Tournament at the Bicentennial Center here Friday. Derek Bollinger won his first two matches. He pinned Atchison junior Spencer Vice 37 seconds into his first-round match at 132 pounds. He went on to tak an 8-4 decision over Payton Smith, a junior from Winfield, in the quarterfinals...
Loss drops 'Hound men to No. 3 seed (02/27/15)
HESSTON -- Peyton Thompson made just three shots for Hesston here Wednesday night. But they were daggers to the hopes of Fort Scott Community College's men to draw a bye in the first round of the Region VI-Division II Tournament, which begins Saturday...
Greyhound women eliminated from playoffs with loss (02/27/15)
HESSTON -- Fort Scott Community College's women's basketball team was eliminated from the post-season here Tuesday night following a 51-45 loss to Hesston in the final game of the regular season. As the No. 7 seed in Region VI-Division II, the Greyhounds (2-10 region, 13-17 overall) missed out on the playoffs, which begin with two first-round games Saturday...
FSCC splits with Barton (02/27/15)
Fort Scott Community College's softball team split with Barton, a Division I Jayhawk Conference-Western Division team, in a non-league doubleheader at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex Wednesday afternoon. The Greyhounds rallied to win game one, 9-8, in eight innings and hand the Cougars their first loss of the season. However, Barton rolled in the second game, 19-4...
Eagle teams on road in first round (02/27/15)
Seedings and first-round pairings were released for the Oswego Class 2A Sub-State Basketball Tournaments Wednesday afternoon and both Uniontown teams will play first-round games on the road to start next week's play. Tuesday night in the final games of the regular season, the Eagles were swept on the road by Southern Coffey County at LeRoy. The girls fell 34-33 and the boys lost 49-44. No other details of either game were provided...
Tiger boys hold on in OT; Friday showdown looms (02/25/15)
COFFEYVILLE -- Kaleb DeLaTorre put Fort Scott High's boys ahead in overtime with a 3-point shot, then made a pair of free throws with less than 15 seconds to go to make the lead two possessions wide, allowing the Tigers to prevail, 68-67, over Coffeyville in overtime in a Southeast Kansas League battle here Tuesday night...
FSHS girls can't climb out of hole (02/25/15)
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott's girls found themselves in a 23-point hole in the second quarter here Tuesday night, then fought back to get within eight early in the fourth. But Coffeyville pulled ahead again and went on to a 78-62 win in Southeast Kansas League play...
Eagle wrestlers compete in first Regional (02/25/15)
FREDONIA -- Uniontown High School's wrestling team competed in the first-year program's first Regional Tournament here over the weekend. The Eagles sent four competitors to the Fredonia Class 3-2-1A Regional, placing 21st. John Emmerson wrestled at 145 pounds. ...
Middle school teams conclude seasons (02/25/15)
Fort Scott Middle School's boys basketball teams recently concluded their seasons in road games Tuesday and Thursday of last week. On February 17, the Tigers played in Parsons. The seventh-grade "B" team began things with a 30-15 win over the Vikings. Keenan Guilfoyle led FSMS with 7 points...
'Hound men down Brown Mackie in 2OT (02/23/15)
Fort Scott Community College's men held off Brown Mackie in overtime at Arnold Arena Saturday afternoon and moved into a three-way tie for the No. 1 spot in Region VI-Division II with Kansas City and Hesston. The Greyhounds' 84-80 double-overtime victory in the second re-match between last year's regional finalists didn't come easy. ...
Freshmen trio headed to State (02/23/15)
LOUISBURG --Three Fort Scott High School freshmen will take part in this weekend's Class 4A State Tournament after placing in the top four at the Louisburg Class 4A Regional Tournament here over the weekend. Derek Bollinger finished in second place in the 132-pound bracket while Alex Gorman was fourth at 120 and Zarek Fewell was fourth at 138...
'Hound women boost chance of home playoff game (02/23/15)
Fort Scott Community College's women my just be able to slip into the No. 5 seed in the Region VI-Division II post-season tournament and avoid a match-up with one of the three powerhouses of the region. A win over Labette Wednesday was the first step and Saturday's 76-67 victory over Brown Mackie at Arnold Arena was the second...
Gulager earns chance to win $1M (02/23/15)
FORT WORTH, Texas -- A Fort Scott cowboy on Sunday earned his chance to win $1 million March 1 during The American rodeo finals to be held March 1 in Arlington, Texas. Stewart Gulager placed first and won $25,000 in the steer wrestling shoot out round during The American Semi Finals on Sunday with a score of 4.20 seconds...
No-hitter first of five weekend games (02/23/15)
FORT WORTH, Texas -- Freshman pitcher Kaylee Bart pitched a no-hitter for Fort Scott Community College's softball team in the first game of a weekend multi-team gathering here over the weekend. Bart allowed one walk and struck out six in an 8-0 victory over Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa Friday morning. She was also 2 for 4 at the plate...
Hutchinson sweeps Greyhounds (02/23/15)
HUTCHINSON --Hutchinson swept Fort Scott Community College in a baseball doubleheader here Friday by scores of 10-6 in the first game and 5-4 in the second. The doubleheader was arranged by the teams on short notice. The Greyhounds (3-3) had already decided to call off scheduled Saturday and Sunday home twinbills versus Muscatine, Iowa, due to the potential for bad weather...
Tiger boys roll, keep pace with Independence (02/21/15)
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott High's boys kept pace with Independence in the Southeast Kansas League boys' basketball race with a 73-43 victory over rival Pittsburg here Friday night. Independence, the league leader (10-0 SEK, 18-0 overall), survived overtime at home against Parsons, 62-56. ...
Northeast squads sweep Uniontown in league finale: Eagles' 1-2 punch not enough in girls' contest (02/21/15)
UNIONTOWN -- With six players scoring and three in double figures, Northeast was able to survive a potent 1-2 punch from Uniontown sophomores Shalina Harper and Holly Shinn and hand the host Eagles a 53-41 setback Friday night on senior night. The Eagles (3-6 Three Rivers League, 5-14 overall) scrapped until the end but only one other player, Bre Hampton, was able to score for the home team...
Northeast squads sweep Uniontown in league finale: Boys fall as Vikings clinch TRL championship (02/21/15)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's boys stayed close to visiting Northeast for a quarter and a half but the Vikings pulled steadily away Friday night, spoiling the Eagles' senior night with a 66-33 victory. The hosts were outscored 12-2 in the last three minutes of the first half, then saw Northeast roll to a 28-7 difference in the third quarter to put the game out of reach and clinch the Three Rivers League championship...
Harrington's triple double leads 'Hounds (02/20/15)
A Fort Scott Community College men's basketball player hadn't registered a triple-double in at least 20 years prior to last week. Sophomore guard Will Harrington's done it twice in the Greyhounds' last three games. Harrington scored 17 points, hauled down 10 rebounds and handed out 11 assists in the Greyhounds' 83-74 victory over Labette at Arnold Arena Wednesday night. One week earlier, in a win over Johnson County, Harrington had 13 points, 11 boards and 12 assists...
FSCC women hold on for win over Labette (02/20/15)
For while, this game didn't know what it wanted to be -- a nail-biter or a blowout. In the end, after the margin went up and down most of the night, it settled for something in between as Fort Scott Community College's women broke an 11-game region losing streak with an 83-69 victory over Labette in Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division play...
Changes for FSCC baseball (02/20/15)
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team has announced changes for this weekend as a result of the forecast for bad weather Saturday and Sunday. The home games scheduled for Saturday and Sunday versus Muscatine (Iowa) have been cancelled. These were to be the first true home games for the Greyhounds (3-1) following the opening weekend games versus Cloud County and North Central Missouri that were held at Pittsburg's Jaycee Ball Park last Friday and Saturday...
Signing on the dotted line (02/20/15)
Free throws aid Tiger boys (02/18/15)
Free throws kept Fort Scott High's boys in the game during the first quarter and helped them in taking control during the second as the Tigers went on to defeated Labette County, 59-46, in Southeast Kansas League action at the FSHS gymnasium Tuesday night...
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 12:30 a.m. Saturday morning.

SEK BASKETBALL

GIRLS

TeamLeagueOverall
x-Chanute10-216-4
x-Labette County10-216-4
Independence8-412-8
Pittsburg6-610-10
Coffeyville4-810-10
Fort Scott2-104-16
Parsons2-104-16

x -- League co-champion.

Friday, Feb. 27

Chanute 56, Parsons 31

Labette County 79, Coffeyville 36

Independence 41, Fort Scott 39

Columbus 38, Pittsburg 36

Regular season ends

Wednesday, March 4

Blue Valley West Class 5A Sub-State

Pittsburg

Friday, March 6

Labette County Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Chanute, Coffeyville, Independence, Labette County

Paola Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Fort Scott

Frontenac Class 4A-Division II Sub-State

Parsons

BOYS

TeamLeagueOverall
x-Independence12-020-0
Fort Scott10-214-6
Coffeyville5-710-10
Labette County4-811-9
Parsons4-811-9
Chanute4-89-11
Pittsburg3-96-13

x -- League champion.

Friday, Feb. 27

Chanute 56, Parsons 49

Labette County 59, Coffeyville 51

Independence 55, Fort Scott 43

Pittsburg 62, Columbus 27

Regular season ends

Thursday, March 5

Blue Valley West Class 5A Sub-State

Pittsburg

Labette County Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Chanute, Coffeyville, Independence, Labette County

Paola Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Fort Scott

Frontenac Class 4A-Division II Sub-State

Parsons


TRL BASKETBALL

Bold -- League game.

GIRLS

TeamLeagueOverall
x-St. Paul9-018-2
Northeast8-116-4
Pleasanton7-214-6
Jayhawk-Linn6-39-10
Oswego5-45-15
Chetopa3-68-10
Uniontown3-65-15
Crest2-74-15
Marmaton Valley2-76-14
Altoona-Midway0-90-19

x -- League champion.

Thursday, Feb. 26

Sedan 53, Chetopa 24

St. Paul 2, Crest 0, forfeit

Friday, Feb. 27

Jayhawk-Linn at Yates Center

Marais des Cygnes Valley at Altoona-Midway

Regular season ends

Monday, March 2

Galena Class 3A Sub-State

Riverton at Northeast

Humboldt Class 3A Sub-State

Jayhawk-Linn at Humboldt

St. Paul Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

Marmaton Valley vs. Dexter/Cedar Vale at St. Paul

Argonia Class 1A-Division II Sub-State

Altoona-Midway 2, Crest 0, forfeit

Tuesday, March 3

Oswego Class 2A Sub-State

Uniontown at Oswego

BOYS

TeamLeagueOverall
x-Northeast9-017-3
Crest8-112-8
Jayhawk-Linn7-213-6
Oswego6-39-11
Uniontown5-49-11
Chetopa4-57-12
St. Paul3-63-16
Pleasanton2-76-14
Marmaton Valley1-82-18
Altoona-Midway0-90-19

x -- League champion.

Thursday, Feb. 26

Sedan 53, Chetopa 26

Crest 62, St. Paul 47

Friday, Feb. 27

Jayhawk-Linn at Yates Center

Marais des Cygnes Valley at Altoona-Midway

Regular season ends

Monday, March 2

Oswego Class 2A Sub-State

Oswego at Sedan

Uniontown at Udall

Tuesday, March 3

Galena Class 3A Sub-State

Neodesha at Northeast

Humboldt Class 3A Sub-State

Jayhawk-Linn at Humboldt

Pleasanton Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

Marais des Cygnes Valley at Pleasanton

St. Paul Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

Marmaton Valley at St. Paul

Argonia Class 1A-Division II Sub-State

Altoona-Midway vs. Norwich at Argonia


SUB-STATE TOURNAMENTS

OSWEGO CLASS 2A

Girls

Tuesday, March 3

Yates Center (8: 1-18) at Colgan (1: 16-2)

Uniontown (5: 4-16) at Oswego (4: 5-15)

Udall (7: 2-17) at Sedan (2: 15-4)

Howard-West Elk (6: 2-16) at Oxford (3: 8-13)

Friday, March 6

Yates Center-Colgan winner vs. Uniontown-Oswego winner

Udall-Sedan winner vs. West Elk-Oxford winner

Saturday, March 7

Championship

Boys

Monday, March 2

Yates Center (8: 6-13) at Howard-West Elk (1: 15-4)

Oxford (5: 10-10) at Colgan (4: 10-7)

Uniontown (7: 9-11) at Udall (2: 15-5)

Oswego (6: 9-11) at Sedan (3: 12-7)

Thursday, March 5

Yates Center-West Elk winner vs. Oxford-Colgan winner

Uniontown-Udall winner vs. Oswego-Sedan winner

Saturday, March 7

Championship