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Tuesday, Sep. 30, 2014
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 11:10 p.m. Monday night.

KJCCC FOOTBALL

TeamConferenceOverall
Hutchinson3-05-0
Coffeyville2-04-1
Garden City2-13-1
Butler2-13-2
Dodge City2-12-3
Highland1-13-2
Fort Scott0-41-4
Independence0-40-5

Saturday, Sept. 27

Coffeyville 38, Iowa Central 7

Hutchinson 43, Dodge City 26

Highland 52, Fort Scott 13

Garden City 41, Independence 14

Butler 57, Air Force Prep 0

Saturday, Oct. 4

Butler at Iowa Central, 1 p.m.

Dodge City at Fort Scott, 1 p.m.

Iowa Western at Garden City, 1 p.m.

Highland at Independence, 7 p.m.

Hutchinson at Coffeyville, 7 p.m.


Iowa schoolsvs. KJCCCOverall
Iowa Western4-05-0
Iowa Central1-32-3
Ellsworth1-31-4

Saturday, Sept. 27

Coffeyville 38, Iowa Central 7

Iowa Western 42, Ellsworth 27

Saturday, Oct. 4

Butler at Iowa Central, 1 p.m.

Iowa Western at Garden City, 1 p.m.

Ellsworth, idle


KJCCC VOLLEYBALL

EASTERN DIVISION

TeamDivisionOverall
Cowley5-015-6
Kansas City3-017-3
Fort Scott4-121-2
Johnson County4-115-7
Coffeyville2-313-9
Labette3-39-11
Neosho County2-410-9
Highland1-35-11
Allen0-47-11
Independence0-53-13
r-Hesston-----13-5

r -- Region VI Division II opponent; not a conference member. Hesston's matches not against conference opponents are noted in italics.

Friday, Sept. 26

Kansas City 3, Southeast Nebraska 0 925-20, 25-18, 25-18)

Johnson County Tournament

Kirkwood 3, Coffeyville 0 (25-14, 25-16, 25-17)

Iowa Western 3, Coffeyville 0 (25-12, 25-14, 25-17)

Johnson County 3, North Platte 0 (25-16, 25-23, 25-16)

Cowley 3, North Platte 0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-14)

Cowley 3, Colby 0 (25-11, 25-14, 25-17)

Iowa Western 3, Johnson County 0 (25-15, 28-26, 25-19)

Saturday, Sept. 27

Hesston 3, Independence 0 (25-14, 28-26, 25-22; non-district)

Hesston 3, Clarendon 2 (25-21, 25-14, 15-25, 23-25, 17-15)

Clarendon 3, Independence 0 (25-15, 25-17, 25-12)

Johnson County Tournament

Colby 3, Johnson County 2 (25-18, 25-16, 20-25, 16-25, 15-10)

Johnson County 3, Kirkwood 0 926-24, 28-26, 25-15)

Central Nebraska 3, Coffeyville 0 (25-11, 25-10, 25-13)

Coffeyville 3, North Platte 0 (25-21, 25-17, 25-13)

Iowa Western 3, Cowley 1 (25-11, 28-30, 25-8, 25-19)

Cowley 3, Central Nebraska 0 (25-18, 25-20, 25-22)

Monday, Sept. 29

Johnson County 3, Allen 1 (20-25, 25-9, 25-15, 25-18)

Cowley 3, Barton 0 (25-13, 25-20, 25-19)

Fort Scott 3, Neosho County 0 (25-23, 25-8, 25-20)

Highland at Kansas City

Labette 3, Independence 0 (25-21, 25-21, 25-19

Tuesday, Sept. 30

Coffeyville at Oklahoma Wesleyan JV

Wednesday, Oct. 1

Coffeyville at Labette

Fort Scott at Hesston

Highland at Allen

Kansas City at Cowley

Longview at Johnson County

Neosho County at Independence

Friday, Oct. 3

Allen, Coffeyville and Fort Scott at Neosho County Tournament

Cowley at Tyler Tournament

Independence at Bacone JV

Kansas City at Iowa Western Tournament

Longview at Hesston

Saturday, Oct. 4

Allen, Coffeyville and Fort Scott at Neosho County Tournament

Cowley at Tyler Tournament

Independence at Oklahoma Wesleyan JV

Kansas City at Iowa Western Tournament

Scotties rout 'Hounds (09/30/14)
HIGHLAND -- Fort Scott Community College scored first and last here Saturday afternoon. But Highland scored every point in between and walked away with a 52-13 victory in Jayhawk Conference play. The Greyhounds (0-4 KJCCC, 1-4 overall) led 7-3 at the end of the first quarter. ...
Westhoff fourth at Rim Rock Farm (09/30/14)
Runners from schools in Southeast Kansas take 3 of top 4 spots and 6 of top 20
Tigers sixth at Louisburg (09/30/14)
LOUISBURG -- Fort Scott High's volleyball team faced two state-ranked teams here Saturday as part of its journey through the field at the Louisburg Invitational. The Tigers' first two matches in pool play were against those ranked teams. First, they faced Basehor-Linwood, which the Kansas Volleyball Association has at No. ...
Eagle volleyball goes 1-3 in pool (09/30/14)
CHERRYVALE -- Uniontown's volleyball went 1-3 in pool play in a tournament at here Saturday. The Eagles (8-10) lost to Southeast 25-21, 25-7 in the first match. Lindsay Nietfeld was successful on 10 of 13 on attacks with a kill. Holly Shinn was 10/13 on attacks. Jana Wilkinson added 7 assists...
Nevada deals frosh 1st loss (09/30/14)
Fort Scott High's freshmen football team fell to Nevada, 26-18, Monday evening at Frary Field. This game was added to replace a game versus Coffeyville, which doesn't have enough freshmen to field a team this season. Fort Scott running back Zarek Fewell set up the Tigers' first score when he broke several tackles before finally being brought down at the 1-yard line...
Roaring Back: Tigers rally from 10-point deficit with 5:30 remaining to beat Nado (09/27/14)
The 99 was the big play in a game that saw 88 points go up on the scoreboard. Alex Fink caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Mason Knopp on the "99" route with 22 seconds on the clock at Frary Field Friday night to give Fort Scott High a 46-42 victory over Coffeyville in one of the highest-scoring games in school history...
No. 1 Hornets shake off early Eagle score (09/27/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Chetopa showed why it's the No. 1 team in Eight-Man Division II in the Wichita Eagle rankings, staying unbeaten in a 56-8 mercy rule victory over host Uniontown Friday. The Eagles faced a Hornet team with a 2,000-yard career passer (senior Philip Moses), a running back who is closing in on 4,000 career yards (senior Derrick Cassell) and a top-notch transfer from Pittsburg (junior Sherrick Rogers)...
Tigers sweep, take lead in SEK (09/27/14)
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott High School's volleyball team took the lead in the Southeast Kansas League as league play got underway here Thursday night. The Tigers (2-0 SEK, 12-8 overall) swept Coffeyville, 25-14, 25-17, and Parsons, 25-10, 25-11. As this triangular was the only one held Thursday night in which all three teams were from league schools, the Tigers lead by one match over Chanute and Independence...
Harrison takes first at Pittsburg (09/27/14)
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott High tennis player Jennifer Harrison is on a big-time roll. She won the No. 1 singles pool for the third time in her last four outings as she went 4-0 in the Pittsburg Invitational here Thursday, dropping just 2 games the entire day...
UJH gridders remain unbeaten (09/27/14)
UNIOTOWN -- Uniontown's Junior High's football team scored the game's first two touchdowns here Thursday evening. Then after visiting Marmaton Valley broke through for a score, the host Eagles continued to pull away. The result was a 48-18 victory, the Eagles' fourth in four games. Previously, Uniontown had dispatched Altoona-Midway 38-8, Oswego 50-18 and Northeast 30-8...
Brown plays well, just misses medal (09/27/14)
Editor's Note: This summary was originally scheduled to be published in Friday's edition but was moved out when coverage of Friday night football warranted a longer summary. The Tribune will include this in Tuesday's print edition. FREDONIA -- Uniontown's Kyley Brown just missed a medal here Thursday, finishing 11th in the field at the Fredonia Invitational after getting bumped down following a scorecard playoff. ...
FSMS teams split at Indy (09/27/14)
Editor's Note: This summary was originally scheduled to be published in Friday's edition but was moved out when coverage of Friday night football warranted a longer summary. The Tribune will include this in Tuesday's print edition. INDEPENDENCE -- Fort Scott Middle School's eighth-grade football team dominated Independence here Thursday, winning 32-0. In the first game of the night, the FSMS seventh grade dropped a narrow 16-6 decision...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: 'Hounds at Highland -- Long trip may provide relief (09/26/14)
The further away from the Butler game, the better. And Highland is about as far away as one can get in Kansas without playing in Missouri. Fort Scott Community College's football team was drubbed by then-No. 15 Butler last week in El Dorado, 63-7, for its third straight loss. Highland, meanwhile, bounced back from a home 41-0 loss to No. 2 Iowa Western two weeks ago with a road win last Saturday at Ellsworth, Iowa, 43-12...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Tigers vs. Coffeyville -- Tigers look to contain Tornado (09/26/14)
Fort Scott High faces off against Coffeyville at 7 p.m. tonight at Frary Field in a battle of Southeast Kansas League rivals. Both teams come into the contest off losses. The Tigers were shut out 41-0 at Pittsburg. Coffeyville fell 24-12 at Chanute...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: No. 1 Chetopa at Uniontown -- Hornet offense buzzing opponents (09/26/14)
Chetopa has outscored its opponents this season 196-6. It's no wonder, then, that the defending Three Rivers League champion (3-0 TRL, 3-0 overall) is ranked No. 1 by the Wichita Eagle in Eight-Man Division II. The offensive numbers are nothing new with the Green Hornets under head coach Sean Price. ...
Indy shuts out Tigers (09/26/14)
Fort Scott High School's soccer team played better Thursday night at Ellis Park but the effort was still not enough to give the Tigers their first victory of the season as Independence took a 4-0 victory in Southeast Kansas League play. The Tigers (0-4 SEK, 0-8 overall) lost 9-1 to the Bulldogs (3-0, 8-1) at Independence a week and a half ago. They had some good moments on defense and goalkeeper Bret Pickert made 10 saves...
Eagles split at Northeast (09/26/14)
ARMA -- Uniontown's varsity volleyball team split Three Rivers League matches here Tuesday night, dropping host Northeast, but falling to state-ranked St. Paul, both in two sets. Uniontown (3-1 TRL, 7-7 overall) defeated Northeast 25-19, 25-10. Holly Shinn was a perfect 24/24 on attacks to go with 10 kills. Shalina Harper was 10/11 on attacks with 2 kills. Jana Wilkinson added 15 assists...
FSMS 'B' teams win at Royster (09/26/14)
CHANUTE -- The Fort Scott Middle School volleyball played at Royster Middle School here Tuesday night. In four matches, the schools split, with Fort Scott winning the seventh-grade B and eighth-grade B contests. In the seventh-grade B match, FSMS (5-1) dropped the first set but rallied for a 19-25, 25-21, 15-13 win...
Metcalf upbeat about FSMS teams (09/26/14)
Fort Scott Middle School head football coach Alvin Metcalf is encouraged by the progress of his Tiger football teams.Although the seventh-grade Tigers are 0-2, they played both Pittsburg and Coffeyville-Roosevelt close, losing by two points each time and allowing only two scores in each game...
'Hounds struggle but still sweep Labette (09/26/14)
One of the teams playing at Arnold Arena Wednesday night came into play on a 13-match winning streak and had just moved up two spots in the NJCAA Division II national volleyball poll to No. 13. But if one had gone into the building with no knowledge of the teams, they wouldn't have been blamed if they couldn't tell which one it was...
Tigers finish second in home tournament (09/26/14)
Fort Scott High School's girls varsity tennis team hosted its annual home tournament Tuesday afternoon, coming away a first-place medal and two seconds in the four-school round-robin. And the Tigers got to play in front of a good-sized crowd, at least at the high-school courts where the No. 1 pools of singles and doubles were held...
Tiger JV girls win team title (09/26/14)
IOLA -- Fort Scott High's junior varsity girls team won the team title for the second time this season at the Doc Stiles Invitational here Tuesday. The Tigers scored 46 points in taking the title as they had two top-10 individuals. Columbus was second with 59 points followed by Frontenac with 65, Girard 74 and Chanute 85...
Harris receives 3rd, Hothan 1st Player of Week awards (09/24/14)
For the fourth consecutive week, 15th-ranked Fort Scott Community College volleyball has seen at least one of its players named Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division Player of the Week. Harris, a sophomore libero from Houston, Texas, was named Defensive Player of the Week for the third time in those four weeks. ...
Tigers 8th at Chanute (09/24/14)
CHANUTE -- Fort Scott High School's golf team finished in eight place at the Chanute Invitational here Monday. Uniontown entered two players but was ineligible for team standings. This was the fourth of what has turned out to be a six-tournament schedule for the Southeast Kansas League. Originally, only Fort Scott, Parsons and Coffeyville were indicated as league tournaments on the schedule...
JV tennis results from Parsons (09/24/14)
PARSONS -- Fort Scott High School's junior varsity tennis team took part in a tournament here Monday. The highest finish was posted by the No. 2 doubles team of Kristal Castillo and Savanah Dixon, which finished third. They lost to Nakia Palmer/Selena Stich of Chanute, 6-0, in the first round. But they claimed a 6-3 win over Jaiden Rausch/Nyeesha Natt of Parsons and a 6-1 decision over Megan March/Addison Saye of Labette County...
SOUTHEAST KANSAS LEAGUE SCORING LEADERS
After four games

INDIVIDUAL SCORING

Player, schoolTD2PTFGXPKTotal
1. Alex Barnes, Pittsburg1440092
2. Marquise Johnson, INd.810050
3. LaDarrius Johnson, Coffeyville730048
4. Kenton Richards, Chanute630042
5. Chase Brown, Fort Scott410026
tie. Destin Downing, Coffeyville410026
7. Bryce Thomas, Labette County400024
tie. Dominic Johnson, LC400024
tie. Ryan McNeely, Pittsburg400024
tie. Spencer Turnbull, Pittsburg400024
11. Derek Sharp, Chanute320022
tie. Jamal Logan, Coffeyville320022
tie. Nick Powers, Pittsburg0011922
14. Brody Southwell, Fort Scott0031019
15. Carter Young, Fort Scott300018
16. Missy Dantic, Labette County003615
17. Alex Fink, Fort Scott210014
18. 11-way tie200012

SCORING BY KICKING

Player, schoolFGXPTotal
1. Nick Powers, Pittsburg11922
2. Brody Southwell, Fort Scott31019
3. Missy Dantic, Labette County3615
4. Cory Janasek, Independence077
5. Noah Taylor, Parsons022

TEAM OFFENSE

TeamGPts.Avg.
Pittsburg421052.5
Coffeyville411829.5
Independence410927.3
Chanute410426.0
Fort Scott410325.8
Labette County49323.3
Parsons4266.5

TEAM DEFENSE

TeamGPts.Avg.
Pittsburg45012.5
Independence47919.8
Fort Scott49624.0
Labette County410426.0
Parsons412832.0
Chanute413533.8
Coffeyville413834.5

SCORING MARGIN

TeamGForAgainstMarginAvg.
Pittsburg42105016040.0
Independence410979307.5
Fort Scott41039671.8
Labette County493104-11-2.8
Coffeyville4118138-31-7.8
Parsons426128-102-25.5
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 11:10 p.m. Monday night.

SEK FOOTBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
Pittsburg4-04-0
Fort Scott2-13-1
Independence2-13-1
Labette County1-12-2
Chanute1-11-3
Coffeyville1-31-3
Parsons0-40-4

Friday, Sept. 26

Fort Scott 46, Coffeyville 42

Independence 35, Caney Valley 21

Labette County 15, Parsons 13

Pittsburg 66, Chanute 36

Friday, Oct. 3

Chanute at Independence

Coffeyville at Labette County

Parsons at Pittsburg

Prairie View at Fort Scott


SEK VOLLEYBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
Fort Scott2-014-11
Chanute 1-019-2
Independence1-012-2
Parsons1-14-13
Pittsburg 0-114-7
Labette County0-14-11
Coffeyville 0-25-8

Thursday, Sept. 25

LEAGUE PLAY BEGINS

Chanute 2, Southeast 0 (25-14, 25-20)

Chanute 2, Labette County 0 (25-20, 25-15)

Southeast 2, Labette County 1 (25-20, 21-25, 25-15)

Fort Scott 2, Coffeyville 0 (25-14, 25-17)

Fort Scott 2, Parsons 0 (25-10, 25-11)

Parsons 2, Coffeyville 0 (25-21, 25-23)

Independence 2, Iola 1 (25-16, 20-25, 25-22)

Pittsburg 2, Iola 1 (25-20, 26-28, 25-19)

Independence 2, Pittsburg 1 (25-14, 24-26, 26-24)

Saturday, Sept. 27

Cherryvale Tournament

Independence

Louisburg Tournament

Basehor-Linwood 2, Fort Scott 0 (25-14, 26-24)

Blue Valley North 2, Fort Scott 0 (25-10, 25-16)

Fort Scott 2, Shawnee Mission East 1 (22-25, 25-17, 25-22)

Fort Scott 2, Kansas City-Turner 0 (25-23, 25-21)

Shawnee Mission East 2, Fort Scott 1 (25-12, 23-25, 25-21; 5th)

Tuesday, Sept. 30

Independence at Coffeyville (non-league best-of-5)

Labette County and Parsons at Frontenac (Labette County vs. Parsons non-league)

Thursday, Oct. 2

Chanute and Pittsburg at Coffeyville

Fort Scott and Independence at Labette County

Saturday, Oct. 4

Coffeyville, Labette County and Parsons at Chanute Invitational


SEK SOCCER

TeamLeagueOverall
Independence3-0-08-1-0
x-Pittsburg3-0-07-1-0
y-Coffeyville0-2-00-3-0
Fort Scott0-4-00-8-0

x -- Missing one match.

y -- Missing two matches.

Thursday, Sept. 25

Blue Valley Southwest at Pittsburg

Coffeyville at Columbus

Independence 4, Fort Scott 0

Tuesday, Sept. 30

Coffeyville at Fort Scott

Pittsburg at Independence

Thursday, Oct. 2

Riverton at Coffeyville

Saturday, Oct. 4

Fort Scott at Coffeyville Tornado Tournament


TRL FOOTBALL

Eight-ManLeagueOverall
Chetopa4-04-0
Crest3-13-1
Uniontown2-12-2
Marmaton Valley1-21-3
Pleasanton1-21-3
St. Paul1-21-3
Altoona-Midway0-40-4
11-ManLeagueOverall
Northeast1-03-1
Oswego1-13-1
Jayhawk-Linn0-11-3

Friday, Sept. 26

Marmaton Valley 85, Altoona-Midway 7

Chetopa 56, Uniontown 8

Crest 28, St. Paul 24

Jayhawk-Linn 6, Shawnee Maranatha Academy 0

Northeast 29, Oswego 0

Sedan 66, Pleasanton 18

Friday, Oct. 3

DISTRICT PLAY BEGINS FOR CLASS 2-1A AND EIGHT-MAN SCHOOLS

Altoona-Midway at Chetopa

Jayhawk-Linn at Northeast

Longton-Elk Valley at Crest

Lyndon at Oswego

Marmaton Valley at Marias des Cygnes Valley

St. Paul at Uniontown

Waverly at Pleasanton


DISTRICT FOOTBALL

CLASS 4A-DIVISION I

DISTRICT 4

TeamDistrictOverall
Fort Scott0-03-1
Paola0-03-1
Labette County0-02-2
Chanute0-01-3

Friday, Sept. 26

Fort Scott 46, Coffeyville 42

Labette County 15, Parsons 13

Paola 20, Louisburg 14

Pittsburg 66, Chanute 36

Friday, Oct. 3

Chanute at Independence

Coffeyville at Labette County

Paola at Ottawa

Prairie View at Fort Scott

EIGHT-MAN-DIVISION I

DISTRICT 1

TeamDistrictOverall
Waverly0-04-0
Marias des Cygnes Valley0-02-2
Uniontown0-02-2
Marmaton Valley0-01-3
Pleasanton0-01-3
St. Paul0-01-3

Friday, Sept. 26

Marmaton Valley 85, Altoona-Midway 7

Waverly 58, Burlingame 32

Chetopa 56, Uniontown 8

Crest 28, St. Paul 24

Hartford 42, Marias des Cygnes Valley 33

Sedan 66, Pleasanton 18

Friday, Oct. 3

DISTRICT PLAY BEGINS

Marmaton Valley at Marias des Cygnes Valley

St. Paul at Uniontown

Waverly at Pleasanton


CNC FOOTBALL

TeamLeagueOverall
Colgan4-04-0
Columbus3-04-0
Frontenac3-04-0
Riverton2-22-2
Galena1-31-3
Girard1-31-3
Southeast1-31-3
Baxter Springs0-40-4

Friday, Sept. 26

Colgan 19, Southeast 18

Columbus 41, Girard 16

Frontenac 30, Galena 26

Riverton 35, Baxter Springs 6

Friday, Oct. 3

Baxter Springs at Quapaw, Okla.

Colgan at Frontenac

Columbus at Riverton

Galena at Augusta

Girard at Southeast


WEST CENTRAL

CONFERENCE FOOTBALL

TeamConf.Overall
Kansas City O'Hara3-06-0
Kansas City St. Pius X3-04-2
Kansas City Center2-15-1
Sedalia-Smith Cotton1-23-3
Warrensburg1-22-4
Nevada1-32-4
Clinton0-40-6

Friday, Sept. 26

Kansas City Center 27, Clinton 6

Kansas City O'Hara 42, Sedalia-Smith Cotton 34

Nevada 40, Seneca 23

Kansas City St. Pius X 21, Warrensburg 14

Thursday, Oct. 2

Kansas City St. Puis X at Kansas City O'Hara

Friday, Oct. 3

Kansas City Center at Warrensburg

Nevada at Aurora

Sedalia-Smith Cotton at Clinton