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Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 10:45 p.m. Friday night.

KJCCC BASKETBALL

DIVISION II

WOMEN

TeamDivisionOverall
Johnson County6-127-2
Highland4-225-3
Labette4-223-5
Kansas City2-517-11
Fort Scott1-616-7

Wednesday, Feb. 22

Highland 95, Brown Mackie 53

Johnson County 116, Hesston 44

Fort Scott 85, Kansas City 62

Thursday, Feb. 23

No games scheduled

Friday, Feb. 24

No games scheduled

Saturday, Feb. 25

Fort Scott at Highland

Kansas City at Labette

Sunday, Feb. 26

No games scheduled

Monday, Feb. 27

No games scheduled

Tuesday, Feb. 28

No games scheduled

Wednesday, March 1

Brown Mackie at Fort Scott

Highland at Labette

Johnson County at Kansas City

Regular season ends

Saturday, March 4

Region VI Tournament first-round games

MEN

TeamDivisionOverall
Highland4-221-7
Kansas City4-211-17
Fort Scott4-313-15
Johnson County3-421-8
Labette1-513-14

Wednesday, Feb. 22

Highland 90, Brown Mackie 67

Johnson County 95, Hesston 74

Kansas City 59, Fort Scott 47

Thursday, Feb. 23

No games scheduled

Friday, Feb. 24

No games scheduled

Saturday, Feb. 25

Fort Scott at Highland

Kansas City at Labette

Sunday, Feb. 26

No games scheduled

Monday, Feb. 27

No games scheduled

Tuesday, Feb. 28

No games scheduled

Wednesday, March 1

Brown Mackie at Fort Scott

Highland at Labette

Johnson County at Kansas City

Regular season ends

Saturday, March 4

Region VI Tournament first-round games

KCK gets K.O.'d (02/25/17)
'Hound women rout Blue Devils for first conference win
Tigers split at Parsons in SEK finale (02/25/17)
PARSONS -- Fort Scott High School's basketball teams split their final doubleheader of the regular season here Friday night. Tiger girls defeated Parsons 42-36 in Southeast Kansas League play while the boys lost 77-67. Fort Scott's girls (6-6 SEK, 8-12 overall) saw Madison Cook go 8-for-8 at the free-throw line in the fourth quarter to help secure the win. ...
Eagle teams to face Oswego (02/25/17)
Uniontown's boys will have a first-round home game in their own Class 2A Sub-State Basketball Tournament next week while Eagle girls will have to start out on the road. The boys' 14-6 record gives them the No. 4 seed in a Sub-State in which five teams are at .500 or better. They will face No. 5 Three Rivers League rival Oswego (10-10) at 7 p.m. Monday night at the West Bourbon Elementary gymnasium...
FSCC men struggle in loss (02/25/17)
By Scott Nuzum Tribune Sports Editor It was one of those games where it was difficult to tell whether the defenses were great or the offenses were terrible at Arnold Arena Wednesday night. Either way, Fort Scott Community College's men got the worst of it in a 59-47 loss to Kansas City Kansas in Jayhawk Conference-Division II play...
Greyhounds post sweep on the road (02/25/17)
MARSHALL, Mo. -- Following a weekend in Texas during which it went 0-5, Fort Scott Community College's softball team bounced back with an 8-1, 18-1 sweep of the Missouri Valley College junior varsity here Wednesday. Aubrey Smith pitched the entirety of the first game for the Greyhounds (5-6), allowing no earned runs on 5 hits and a walk while striking out 4. Jackie Kirkpatrick was 3 for 4 at the plate. Smith, Aimee Wimp, Hayley Bledsoe, and Lauren Scott each had 2 hits...
Pair of Fort Scott rallies come up short (02/22/17)
INDEPENDENCE -- Rallies fell short for both of Fort Scott High's basketball teams here Tuesday night as Independence came out on top of both games of a Southeast Kansas League doubleheader. A 43-40 win for Independence's girls kept their hope of a tie for the SEK championship alive. ...
Two Tigers going to State (02/22/17)
FRONTENAC -- Fort Scott High School junior Zarek Fewell has qualified for his third trip to the Class 4A State Wrestling Tournament while classmate Mannie Gonzalez will be going for the first time. Each finished in second place at the Frontenac Class 4A-Division I Regional Tournament here over the weekend. Fewell, sixth last season at 145 pounds, finished in second place at 152 pounds. Gonzalez was second at 126...
Uniontown's Eck qualifies for State (02/22/17)
MOUND CITY -- Uniontown's Colt Eck will be taking part in the in the 145-pound class at the Kansas Class 3-2-1A State Wrestling Tournament at Hays this weekend as a result of his third-place performance at the Jayhawk-Linn Reigonal here over the past weekend...
Eagle boys hold off Titans (02/22/17)
LeROY -- Uniontown's basketball teams concluded regular-season play here Tuesday night with a non-league doubleheader at Southern Coffey County. Eagle boys (14-6) held off a Titan rally to win, 44-34. Uniontown led 24-12 at the half but SCC got within 29-27 after three quarters...
'Hounds take 3 of 4 (02/22/17)
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team won three of four games in a weekend series against North Central Missouri at Dave Regan Stadium. The Greyhounds swept the Pirates Saturday, 14-6 and 10-3, and split on Sunday, winning the opener 15-14 before dropping the series finale, 8-7...
Tiger girls win home finale, 48-28 (02/18/17)
Madison Cook's 17-point, 11-rebound effort helped Fort Scott High's girls bounce back from a halftime deficit to take a 48-28 win over Coffeyville in the Tigers' home finale at thee FSHS gymnasium Friday night. The Golden Tornado (0-10 SEK, 1-17 overall) led 11-7 after one period thanks to some early hot 3-point shooting, their first 3 baskets coming from behind the arc...
Early 3's aid Nado over Tiger boys (02/18/17)
Coffeyville came out and hit five 3-pointers in the first quarter on its way to building a 13-point lead in the first quarter of Southeast Kansas League play at the FSHS gymnasium Friday night and made it hold up in a 62-49 win over Fort Scott High's boys...
Eagles sweep Northeast in home finale (02/18/17)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's basketball teams swept Northeast here Friday night in the last home doubleheader of the season. Eagle girls (7-3 TRL, 11-8 overall) won the for the ninth time in 10 games, downing the Vikings by a 52-45 score to close out Three Rivers League play...
Greyhounds sweep at Hesston (02/18/17)
HESSTON -- Fort Scott Community College's basketball teams swept Hesston College here Wednesday night in non-conference, Region VI seeding games. Fort Scott's women completed a season sweep of the Larks with a 79-60 win in the opener. They improved to 3-6 in the region and 15-7 overall. That places them fifth on the table in seeding, a position in which they would qualify for the post-season but play a first-round game on the road...
Tiger offenses struggle as Pittsburg sweeps (02/15/17)
PITTSBURG -- It was a frustrating night for both basketball teams at Fort Scott High School as both offenses struggled to score in a Southeast Kansas League doubleheader here Tuesday night. Tiger girls scored just 7 points in the first half of a 43-23 loss to the league-leading Purple Dragons. Pittsburg's boys clinched a share of the league title with a 61-28 win during which they did not allow a point in the third quarter...
Harper breaks Uniontown scoring record in win (02/15/17)
UNIONTOWN -- Senior Shalina Harper became Uniontown High School's all-time scoring leader for the girls' basketball program with her 29-point outing against Altoona-Midway in Three Rivers League play here Tuesday night. Eagle girls took a 65-15 win over the Jets while the boys completed the sweep with a 63-15 win...
'Hounds drop chance to gain tie-breaker (02/15/17)
Fort Scott Community College's men failed to take an opportunity to gain a key tie-breaker in post-season seeding Saturday as the Greyhounds took a 62-50 loss to Johnson County in Jayhawk Conference-Division II/Region VI play at Arnold Arena. Fort Scott and Johnson County are now tied for third in the region along with Labette, all of which are 4-4. Brown Mackie lurks just behind at 3-4 in the region...
No. 3 Johnson rolls past FSCC women (02/15/17)
Visiting Johnson County, ranked No. 3 in NJCAA Division II, held a 23-9 lead after one period of play at Arnold Arena Saturday afternoon and went on to a 92-46 victory over Fort Scott Community College's women in a Jayhawk Conference-Division II/Region VI contest...
Wimp named KJCCC softball Player of Week (02/15/17)
Fort Scott Community College's softball team opened the season Friday with a sweep on the road, then split its home opener on Sunday. Friday's twin bill resulted in a 2-0, 8-4 sweep of North Arkansas in Harrison. Hayley Bledsoe was the winning pitcher in the opener, allowing 3 hits and 3 walks while striking out 8 in 6 innings...
'Hounds take opening series (02/15/17)
Fort Scott Community College baseball opened the season with a series win over Cloud County at Dave Regan Stadium over the weekend. The teamssplit on Saturday with Fort Scott winning game one 12-2. The Thunderbirds took the second game, 18-9. Sunday, Fort Scott prevailed, 5-2...
Slow start dooms Tigers (02/11/17)
Fort Scott High's boys were unable to overcome a strong start by visiting Labette County Friday night and eventually fell, 56-49, in Southeast Kansas League play at the FSHS gymnasium on Homecoming. Labette County (4-5 SEK, 7-9 overall) outscored Fort Scott 17-3 in the first six minutes of play with Javon Reliford scoring 10 of his game-high 21 points during the run. Reliford also had 4 steals in the quarter...
Gegg's 28 leads LC (02/11/17)
Tristan Gegg's 28-point night led Labette County's girls, ranked No. 8 in Class 4A-Division I by the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association, to a 67-49 win over Fort Scott High in Southeast Kansas League play at the FSHS gymnasium Friday night. Gegg scored 7 of Labette County's first 9 points as the Grizzlies (7-2 SEK, 13-3 overall) stormed out to a 21-9 leadter one quarter of play...
Uniontown teams sweep Pleasanton (02/11/17)
UNIONTOWN --Uniontown's basketball teams swept Pleasanton in a Three Rivers League doubleheader on Homecoming here Friday night. Eagle girls (5-3 TRL, 9-8 overall) won 46-29 behind a 27-point, 6-rebound night from Shalina Harper. Holly Shinn added 11 points and handed out 4 assists...
Pittsburg wins SEK duals (02/11/17)
Stell, Lorenz, Caldwell each 3-0 in tourney but Tigers finish 6th
FSCC baseball season begins Saturday (02/10/17)
The regular season for the Fort Scott Community College baseball program is approaching quickly. The Greyhounds (18-18 Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division, 37-21 overall last season) will open the regular season Saturday at Dave Regan Stadium in Fort Scott with a single game against Cloud County at 3 p.m...
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 10:40 p.m. Friday night.


SEK BASKETBALL

GIRLS

TeamLeague Overall
League Overall
x-Pittsburg11-114-6
Labette County9-315-5
Independence9-314-6
Fort Scott6-68-12
Chanute4-84-16
Parsons3-95-15
Coffeyville0-121-19

x -- League champion.

Friday, Feb. 24

Pittsburg 49, Coffeyville 21

Columbus 46, Chanute 43

Fort Scott 42, Parsons 36

Labette County 59, Independence 44

Regular season ends

Wednesday, March 1

Blue Valley Southwest Class 5A Sub-State

Pittsburg

Friday, March 3

Blue Valley Southwest Class 5A Sub-State

Pittsburg

Independence Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Chanute, Coffeyville, Independence, Labette County

Spring Hill Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Fort Scott

Parsons Class 4A-Division II Sub-State

Parsons

Saturday, March 4

Blue Valley Southwest Class 5A Sub-State

Pittsburg

Independence Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Chanute, Coffeyville, Independence, Labette County

Spring Hill Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Fort Scott

Parsons Class 4A-Division II Sub-State

Parsons

BOYS

TeamLeague Overall
x-Pittsburg12-018-2
Independence8-411-9
Chanute6-69-11
Labette County5-79-11
y-Coffeyville5-78-11
Parsons4-89-11
Fort Scott2-105-15

x -- League champion.

y -- Game vs. junior varsity team not included.

Friday, Feb. 24

Pittsburg 61, Coffeyville 52

Chanute 44, Columbus 34

Parsons 77, Fort Scott 67

Labette County 59, Independence 57, OT

Regular season ends

Thursday, March 2

Blue Valley Southwest Class 5A Sub-State

Pittsburg

Independence Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Chanute, Coffeyville, Independence, Labette County

Spring Hill Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Fort Scott

Parsons Class 4A-Division II Sub-State

Parsons

Saturday, March 4

Blue Valley Southwest Class 5A Sub-State

Pittsburg

Independence Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Chanute, Coffeyville, Independence, Labette County

Spring Hill Class 4A-Division I Sub-State

Fort Scott

Parsons Class 4A-Division II Sub-State

Parsons


TRL BASKETBALL

Bold -- League game

GIRLS

TeamLeague Overall
x-St. Paul10-018-2
Oswego8-212-8
Uniontown7-311-9
Jayhawk-Linn5-511-9
Northeast 5-510-10
Yates Center5-56-14
Pleasanton4-69-11
Chetopa4-68-12
Crest4-65-15
Marmaton Valley3-74-16
Altoona-Midway0-100-18

x -- League champion.

Monday, Feb. 20

Fredonia def. Yates Center, score not available (previously unreported)

Thursday, Feb. 23

Sedan 58, Chetopa 39

St. Paul 44, Crest 34

Friday, Feb. 24

Madison/Hamilton 49, Pleasanton 46

Melvern-Marais des Cygnes Valley at Altoona-Midway

Regular season ends

Monday, Feb. 27

Erie Class 3A Sub-State

(5) Northeast at (4) Jayhawk-Linn

Uniontown Class 2A Sub-State

(8) Marmaton Valley at (1) Howard-West Elk

(6) Pleasanton at (3) Colgan

Olpe Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

(5) Southern Coffey County vs. (4) Chetopa at Olpe

Tuesday, Feb. 28

Uniontown Class 2A Sub-State

(7) Yates Center at (2) Madison/Hamilton

(5) Uniontown at (4) Oswego

Waverly Class 1A-Division II Sub-State

(5) Altoona-Midway vs. (4) Melvern-Marais des Cygnes Valley at Waverly

Thursday, March 2

Erie Class 3A Sub-State

Northeast--Jayhawk-Linn winner vs. Southeast-Humboldt winner

Olpe Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

Southern Coffey County-Chetopa winner vs. (1) Olpe

(6) Burlingame-(3) Lebo winner vs. (2) St. Paul

Waverly Class 1A-Division II Sub-State

Altoona-Midway--Marais des Cygnes Valley winner vs. (1) Waverly

(3) Crest vs. (2) Hartford

Friday, March 3

Uniontown Class 2A Sub-State

Uniontown-Oswego winner vs. Marmaton Valley-West Elk winner

Pleasanton-Colgan winner vs. Yates Center-Madison/Hamilton winner

Saturday, March 4

Erie Class 3A Sub-State

Championship

Uniontown Class 2A Sub-State

Championship

Olpe Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

Championship

Waverly Class 1A-Division II Sub-State

Championship

BOYS

TeamLeague Overall
x-Jayhawk-Linn9-115-5
Yates Center9-117-3
Uniontown8-214-6
St. Paul8-213-7
Oswego6-410-10
y-Crest5-57-13
Pleasanton4-67-13
Northeast2-85-15
Chetopa2-83-17
Marmaton Valley2-83-17
Altoona-Midway0-100-18

x -- League champion (TRL uses tie-breakers).

y -- Overall record corrected.

Monday, Feb. 20

Yates Center 78, Fredonia 38 (previously unreported)

Tuesday, Feb. 21

Yates Center 76, Chetopa 28 (previously unreported)

Thursday, Feb. 23

Sedan 70, Chetopa 29

St. Paul 66, Crest 36

Friday, Feb. 24

Madison/Hamilton 59, Pleasanton 36

Melvern-Marais des Cygnes Valley at Altoona-Midway

Regular season ends

Monday, Feb. 27

Uniontown Class 2A Sub-State

(8) Madison/Hamilton at (1) Yates Center

(5) Oswego at (4) Uniontown

(7) Marmaton Valley at (2) Howard-West Elk

(6) Pleasanton at (3) Colgan

Tuesday, Feb. 28

Erie Class 3A Sub-State

(5) Cherryvale at (4) Jayhawk-Linn

(7) Northeast at (2) Galena

Olpe Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

(5) Southern Coffey County vs. (4) St. Paul at Olpe

(6) Chetopa at (3) Olpe

Waverly Class 1A-Division II Sub-State

(5) Altoona-Midway vs. (4) Melvern-Marais des Cygnes Valley at Waverly

Thursday, March 2

Uniontown Class 2A Sub-State

Oswego-Uniontown winner vs. Madison/Hamilton-Yates Center winner

Pleasanton-Colgan winner vs. Marmaton Valley-West Elk Winner

Friday, March 3

Erie Class 3A Sub-State

Cherryvale--Jayhawk-Linn winner vs. Riverton-Humboldt winner

Northeast-Galena winner vs. Southeast-Erie winner

Olpe Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

Chetopa-Olpe winner vs. (2) Lebo

Southern Coffey County-St. Paul winner vs (1) Burlingame

Waverly Class 1A-Division II Sub-State

Altoona-Midway--Marais des Cygnes Valley winner vs. (1) Hartford

(3) Waverly vs. (2) Crest

Saturday, March 4

Erie Class 3A Sub-State

Championship

Uniontown Class 2A Sub-State

Championship

Olpe Class 1A-Division I Sub-State

Championship

Waverly Class 1A-Division II Sub-State

Championship