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Monday, Sep. 1, 2014
Updated at 5:10 p.m. Saturday afternoon,


Garden City0-00-0
Fort Scott0-01-0
Dodge City0-00-1

Thursday, Aug. 28

Hutchinson 45, Bethany JV 7

Butler 57, Independence 16

Saturday, Aug. 30

Iowa Western 57, Coffeyville 35

Ellsworth 39, Dodge City 34

Fort Scott 24, Iowa Central 17

Highland at Garden City, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 6

Highland at Benedictine JV, Noon

Independence at Iowa Central, Noon

Garden City at Dodge City, 1 p.m.

Butler at Iowa Western, 6 p.m.

Ellsworth at Coffeyville, 7 p.m.

Fort Scott at Hutchinson, 7 p.m.

Iowa schoolsvs. KJCCCOverall
Iowa Western0-01-0
Iowa Central0-00-1

Saturday, Aug. 30

Iowa Western 57, Coffeyville 35

Ellsworth 39, Dodge City 34

Fort Scott 24, Iowa Central 17

Saturday, Sept. 6

Independence at Iowa Central, Noon

Butler at Iowa Western, 6 p.m.

Ellsworth at Coffeyville, 7 p.m.




Team statsICFS
First downs720
Passing yards11678
Total offense130298
Passes (c-a-i)4-20-011-26-2
Sacked-yards lost3-195-36
Punt returns2-610-188
Kickoff returns4-721-33
Interception returns2-640-0

Iowa Central. . . 0 10 7 0 -- 17

Fort Scott . . . 0 3 7 14 -- 24

Scoring plays

Second quarter

IC -- FG Meyer 23, 7:19 [5 plays, 75 yards, 2:04 time of poss.]

IC -- Jones 64 interception return (Meyer kick), 5:36

FS -- FG Lindeman 17, :00 [7, 15, :29]

Third quarter

IC -- Bledsoe 24 pass from Jackson (Meyer kick), 12:07 [4, 31, 1:27]

FS -- Taylor 4 run (Lindeman kick), 4:35 [2, 8, :34]

Fourth quarter

FS -- Taylor 8 run (Lindeman kick), 11:36 [11, 71, 3:16]

FS -- Taylor 2 run (Lindeman kick), :32 [9, 48, 2:34]


Rushing: Iowa Central -- Lowe 8-10, Minch 19-9, Bledsoe 1-2, Feldpausch 2-2, Morrow 1-0, Jackson 8-minus 9. Fort Scott -- Taylor 47-232, Ross 5-11, Chevis 1-2, Hammond 3-2, Walbridge 5-minus 28.

Passing: Iowa Central -- Jackson 4-20-0-116. Fort Scott -- Walbridge 7-19-0-53, Thomas 1-1-0-25, Ross 3-6-2-0.

Receiving: Iowa Central -- Morrow, 2-87, Bledsoe 1-24, Opara 1-5. Fort Scott -- Thomas 4-20, Chevis 3-29, Taylor 2-minus 7, Harvey 1-30, Love 1-6.

Missed field goals: None.



Kansas City1-05-1
Johnson County1-04-1
Fort Scott0-17-1
Neosho County0-13-2
Allen 0-11-1

r -- Region VI Division II opponent; not a conference member

Wednesday, Aug. 27

Cowley 3, Fort Scott 1 (25-23, 21-25, 25-17, 25-20)

Highland 3, Independence 2 (25-22, 23-25, 18-25, 25-20, 15-13)

Johnson County 3, Coffeyville 1 (19-25, 25-21, 25-18, 25-16)

Kansas City 3, Neosho County 0 (25-12, 25-22, 25-16)

Labette 3, Allen 2 (24-26, 25-20, 26-24, 22-25, 15-13)

Friday, Aug. 29

Doane JV at Highland

Vernon Tournament

Fort Scott 3, Seward County 1 (25-20, 25-23, 20-25, 26-24)

Fort Scott 3, Frank Phillips 0 (25-23, 25-19, 25-22)

Hesston vs. Panola

Hesston vs. Western Texas

Saturday, Aug. 30

Cowley at Barton

Vernon Tournament

Fort Scott 3, Richland 0 (match scores not available)

Fort Scott vs. Paris

Hesston vs. Eastfield

Hesston vs. Vernon

Wednesday, Sept. 3

Allen at Neosho County

Hesston at Kansas City

Highland at Coffeyville

Independence at Cowley

Labette at Johnson County

Longview at Fort Scott

Coach happy with volleyball progress (08/30/14)
Fort Scott High School head volleyball coach Carol Bingesser was happy with what she saw in about an hour's worth of play at the Red & White Scrimmage in the FSHS gymnasium Friday afternoon. "This is the first year that I feel like we're at the point I want to be to start (the season)," Bingesser said. ...
Tigers have tough time in deep tourney (08/30/14)
PARSONS -- Fort Scott High School's varsity tennis team opened the season here Thursday at the Parsons Invitational. With some of the top teams in the Southeast Kansas League entered in the five-team round-robin tournament, the Tigers experienced a tough outing that was good for evaluation...
2-time State qualifier leads Tiger tennis (08/27/14)
Although there are 14 girls out for tennis at Fort Scott High School this season, leadership will have to come from young players as none of them are seniors. Junior Jennifer Harrison is a two-time State qualifier in singles with a high-school varsity record of 37-20, going 20-13 last season. Also, classmates Char Hutchison and Emmah Reeves were 13-15 together as a doubles team last season. But the remainder of the Tiger roster has about 20 sets of varsity experience combined...
All thirds for JV netters in season opener (08/27/14)
Fort Scott High's junior varsity tennis team started its season on Monday with a home tournament. Each of the Tigers' entries finished third in their pools, all with 1-2 records on the day in round-robin play. Briana Williams played No. 1 singles. She lost to Independence's Emily Wilson in her first match, 6-0. She defeated Iola's Erin Klubek, 6-3, and lost to Pittsburg's Chania Stewart, 6-2...
Greyhounds pick up pair of season-opening wins (08/23/14)
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team, led by its four sophomores and a few of its freshmen, won its first two matches in its home tournament Friday at Arnold Arena. First, the Greyhounds dominated Wentworth Military Academy (Mo.) in three sets, 25-7, 25-5, 25-12. Then they downed Pratt, a Division I team, in the last match of the night, 25-21, 25-18, 23-25, 25-19...
Greyhound great Cliff Frazier passes away (08/23/14)
Former Fort Scott Community College football great Cliff Frazier, a member of the 1972 NJCAA national championship runner-up team, passed away at the age of 61 on Sunday, Aug. 17 while in palliative care due to lung cancer at St. Luke's Hospital in Kansas City, Mo...
Sophomore group among best in Region VI (08/22/14)
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team begins its fourth season under head coach Lindsay Hill by hosting the Fort Scott Tournament at Arnold Arena tonight and Saturday. The Greyhounds finished 19-18 overall last season but just 3-7 in the Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division. They qualified for post-season play but lost in the first round to Cowley, which went on to win the NJCAA Division II national championship...
72 report for 1st day of football practice (08/20/14)
Seventy-two athletes, freshmen included, reported Monday for the first day of football practice at Fort Scott High School. Monday was the first day of practice for all fall sports allowed under Kansas State High School Activities Associaton rules. Since school doesn't begin for another week, Tigers head coach Bob Campbell said that there will be more two-a-day practice sessions than there have been in the past few seasons...
FSCC volleyball has strong showing at scrimmage (08/20/14)
Fort Scott Community College's traveled to El Dorado Saturday to take part in a scrimmage hosted by Butler Community College. The Greyhounds faced Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division rival Independence and Western Division squads Butler, Dodge City and Pratt...
Tigers, Nado tie for 3rd in SEK poll (08/15/14)
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott High School's football team was picked to with defending Class 4A State runner-up Coffeyville to finish in a tie for third place in the Southeast Kansas League football race in a coaches poll released here Wednesday at a conference hosted by KSHQ Radio (100.7 FM)...
Eagles tabbed for runner-up spot (08/15/14)
PITTSBURG --Three Rivers League eight-man football coaches feel Chetopa and Uniontown will repeat their 1-2 finish at the top of the standings from last season. The prediction was revealed here Wednesday in a pre-season media conference hosted by KSHQ Radio (100.7 FM)...
'72 NJCAA runners-up to be inducted into FSCC Hall of Fame (08/15/14)
Fort Scott Community College will honor the 1972 NJCAA National Runner-Up Football team as the newest members of the FSCC Athletic Hall of Fame with an induction ceremony and breakfast on Oct. 11. The 1972 team finished the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record, qualifying them to play for the National Championship. ...
Academic honors for FSCC, Uniontown volleyball teams (08/15/14)
Two area volleyball teams have earned American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Awards for the 2013-14 school year. Fort Scott Community College, coached by Lindsay Hill, earned a spot on the junior-college list for the third consecutive year. Uniontown High School, coached by Jackie Hall, was honored as one of 225 girls' high-school teams across the nation to receive the honor...
Post 25 finishes third after Waupun rally (08/12/14)
WEBSTER, S.D. -- Wapaun, Wis., Post 210 rallied from a 6-0 deficit and eliminated Fort Scott Post 25 from the American Legion Central Plains Regional Tournament here Saturday. With the 9-6 win, Waupun moved on to a rematch with Plato, Minn., Post 641 in the championship round on Sunday. Fort Scott finished third in the tournament...
Post 25 beats hosts to remain alive (08/09/14)
MILBANK, S.D. -- Fort Scott American Legion Post 25 lives to play another day at the Central Plains Tournament here despite a run-rule loss Friday afternoon. Fort Scott was pounded by Plato, Minn., Post 641 by a 14-4 score in six innings in an afternoon winner's bracket semifinal. But Post 25 avoided elimination with an 8-2 win over host Milbank Post 9 in the evening...
Post 25 rallies in first round of regional (08/08/14)
MILBANK, S.D. -- Fort Scott American Legion Post 25's baseball team rallied from a 6-run deficit after two innings and went on to beat Las Vegas (Nev.) Titans Silver, 10-7, in eight innings in the first round of the American Legion AA Central Plains Regional here Thursday...
Post 25 wins Legion AA State title (08/05/14)
WATHENA -- Fort Scott American Legion Post 25 went undefeated through the AA State Tournament here over the weekend and won what might be the program's first ever-state championship. Post 25 defeated Ottawa Post 60 Saturday afternoon by a score of 9-8 and will head on to the Mid-State Regional this weekend in Milbank, S.D., which is known as the birthplace of American Legion baseball in 1925...
FSCC athletic season passes available (08/05/14)
The 2014-15 school year at Fort Scott Community College will begin later this month and Greyhound Athletics will offer a family season pass and a regular season pass this year. The passes admit bearers to all Greyhound sports which have admission charges: football, volleyball and men's and women's basketball...
Updated at 11:45 p.m. Friday night


Fort Scott0-0-00-0-0

Friday, Aug. 29

Coffeyville at Rose Hill

Pittsburg 10, Paola 0

Tuesday, Sept. 2

Louisburg at Fort Scott

Olathe North at Pittsburg


Fort Scott0-00-0
Labette County0-00-0

Saturday, Aug. 30

Chanute at Winfield Tournament

Tuesday, Sept. 2

Cherryvale and Sedan at Coffeyville

Fort Scott and Colgan at Chanute (Fort Scott vs. Chanute non-league)



Kansas City Center1-02-0
Kansas City O'Hara0-02-0
Sedalia-Smith Cotton0-01-1
Kansas City St. Pius X0-00-2

Friday, Aug. 29

Odessa 49, Clinton 9

Kansas City O'Hara 31, Oak Grove 24

Maryville 56, Kansas City St. Puis X 0

Sedalia-Smith Cotton 28, Marshall 14

Kansas City Center 33, Nevada 14

Pleasant Hill 17, Warrensburg 8

Friday, Sept. 5

Clinton at Kansas City O'Hara

Kansas City Pembroke Hill at Kansas City Center

Kansas City St. Pius X at Nevada

Warrensburg at Sedalia-Smith Cotton