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Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARDUpdated at 10:10 p.m. Wednesday night.
x -- Division champion.
y -- NJCAA Division II National Tournament Qualifier
NJCAA Division II National Tournament, Phoenix
(3) Johnson County 3, (14) Muskegon 0 (25-19, 25-14, 25-17)
(8) Cowley 3, (9) McHenry County 0 (25-7, 25-17, 25-15)
(6) Lincoln Land 3, (3) Johnson County 1 (25-23, 18-25, 30-28, 25-23)
(1) Parkland 3, (8) Cowley County 1 (16-25, 25-17, 25-13, 25-23)
(3) Johnson County 3, (7) Central Nebraska 1 (25-22, 29-27, 20-25, 26-24)
(8) Cowley 3, (12) Kirkwood 1 (25-21, 21-25, 25-18, 25-14)
(3) Johnson County 3, (8) Cowley 0 (25-16, 25-14, 25-23; 5th)
Championship: (1) Parkland 3, (6) Lincoln Land 0 (25-15, 25-29, 25-19)
Parkland: finishes season 57-0.
Johnson County 66, Allen 42
Dodge City 88, Chandler-Gilbert 75
Saint Mary JV 74, Labette 72
Butler 91, Otero 43
Coffeyville 63, Crowder 60
Dodge City at Glendale
Cloud County 91, Hesston 52
Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa at Pratt
Dodge City at Tohono O'odham
Friends JV at Hutchinson
Labette at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
Colby at Hesston
Cloud County vs. Otero
Iowa Western at Barton
Fort Scott vs. Murray State, Okla.
Saint Mary JV at Cowley
Garden City Classic
South Plains at Garden City
Labette at Independence
Midwest Mavericks AAU at Highland
Pratt at Hesston
Cloud County vs. Iowa Western
Otero at Barton
Fort Scott vs. Saint Mary JV
Murray State, Okla. at Cowley
Garden City Classic
Trinidad State at Garden City
Johnson County 96, Ottawa JV 67
Dodge City 105, Tabor JV 75
Cloud County 73, Washburn 67
Fort Scott 77, Westminister JV 36
Iowa Western at Kansas City
Labette at Allen
Coffeyville 93, Redlands 86, 2 OT
Butler 60, Sunrise Christian Academy 57
Trinidad State at Hutchinson
Frank Phillips at Hutchinson
Fort Scott vs. Hill, Texas
North Arkansas at Cowley
Garden City Classic
Seward County vs. Missouri State-West Plains
West Iowa Tech at Garden City
Northwest Kansas Tech at Barton
Johnson County at Washburn JV
Kansas City at Penn Valley
Neosho County at Labette
Pratt at Hesston
Fort Scott vs. North Arkansas
Hill, Texas at Cowley
Garden City Classic
Seward County vs. West Iowa Tech
Missouri State-West Plains at Garden City
Clarendon at Barton
David NFC Defensive POTW (11/28/15)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week by the National Football League. David, who played at Fort Scott Community College during the 2008-09 seasons, had two interceptions, one for a touchdown, off Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mark Sanchez in Sunday's 45-17 victory...
Four Tigers make All-Time SEK wrestling team (11/27/15)
Former Fort Scott High wrestler and current Chanute head wrestling coach Andy Albright got together with several other coaches in the area and has compiled an All-Time All-Southeast Kansas League wrestling team. Four former Fort Scott wrestlers received spots on the team...
Hudiburg signs with Pitt State (11/27/15)
Fort Scott High School senior Josh Hudiburg (seated, center) signed a letter of intent join the track and field team at Pittsburg State University beginning next season. With Josh as he signed were (clockwise from top left) Fort Scott head cross boys' track coach Jeff Armstrong, assistant track coach Bo Graham, and his parents, Michelle and Kenny Westhoff...
'Hounds roll by Westminister JV (11/25/15)
Fort Scott Community College's men rolled past the Westminister College junior varsity at Arnold Arena Monday night, taking a 77-36 win. The Greyhounds improved to 3-7 on the season but two of those wins are over four-year school JVs. The Greyhounds shot 59 percent from the field in the game, making 29 of 49 field-goal attempts. They made nine of their first 10 attempts on their way to taking a 27-8 lead with 10:56 left in the first half...
Indy take two from FSMS 8th graders (11/25/15)
Independence won both eighth-grade games against Fort Scott Middle School in girls' basketball action at Buck Run Community Center Monday night. The "B" team lost 16-12. Independence outscored the Tigers 4-0 in the first quarter. Alexis Rusk scored 8 points and had 6 rebounds for Fort Scott. Macayla McClure also had 6 rebounds...
Westhoff signs with Pitt State (11/25/15)
'Hound women bounce back, beat Scouts (11/24/15)
At the end of the first quarter of their game against Penn Valley (Mo.) Saturday afternoon, Fort Scott Community College's women had a total of 5 points, the fewest the Greyhounds had scored in any quarter this season. Adrian, Mo., Sophomore Kamiron Luptak, the team's leading scorer so far this season, averaging 17.6 points per game, didn't score until the fourth quarter and finished with 3 points...
Penn Valley men beat buzzer (11/24/15)
Fort Scott Community College's Tyler Owens hit three free throws after drawing a foul on a 3-point shot with 10 seconds remaining in Saturday's game versus Penn Valley (Mo.), the final one of the 2015 Gladbach Classic. But Penn Valley's Walter Sorrells took the inbound pass and weaved through the defense for the game-winning score with two seconds left to play as the Scouts picked up their first official victory of the season, 71-69...
UJH girls swept by J-Linn, Northeast (11/24/15)
Uniontown Junior High's girls' basketball teams were swept in doubleheaders at Jayhawk-Linn and Northeast last week. On Nov. 17, the UJH "A" team lost by a score of 31-9 to the Jayhawks. Karleigh Schoenberger , Sammie Hampton, Kaitlyn Hanks and Libby Franks each scored 2 points. The "B" team lost 16-11. Breanna Stokes led the Eagles with 4 points...
FSCC men hold off Dragons (11/21/15)
Walker's 31 leads way versus Wentworth
Comets hold off 'Hound women (11/21/15)
One of the men's assistant coaches from Wentworth Military lamented the fact that he had to go to the locker room to help get his team ready as Fort Scott Community College and Cottey College played the fourth quarter of Friday night's game in the Gladbach Classic at Arnold Arena...
Lack of rebounding factors in mens' loss (11/20/15)
It's there on a sheet of paper, glaring as it indicates an area of insufficiency in Wednesday night's junior-college basketball game at Arnold Arena. Fort Scott Community College's men had just 23 rebounds in a 68-58 loss to former division rival Independence. The Pirates had 43 rebounds, including two more defensive boards than the Greyhounds (1-6) had as a team...
'Hound women fade in 3rd quarter (11/20/15)
Fort Scott Community College's women had a good first half Wednesday night as they took on Division I school Independence at Arnold Arena, trailing by just 6 points at the half. Then came the third quarter, bogged down by 23 fouls -- including two technicals on the same play -- and 32 free-throw attempts by both teams combined. After Indy scored the first 9 points of the quarter, the Pirates (6-1) shut down the Greyhounds' offense and went on to take an 85-62 victory...
FSMS 7th grade rolls; 8th graders fall at buzzer (11/20/15)
Fort Scott's seventh-grade "A" team rolled by Jayhawk-Linn easily Thursday night, taking a 40-4 win. The eighth-grade "A" team rallied to take a 4-point lead with 1:09 to go but the Jayhawks fought back and won 27-25 on a buzzer-beating layup. There were no "B" games for either grade...
Three Eagles make All-TRL volleyball list (11/20/15)
Three members of Uniontown's volleyball squad were named to the All-Three Rivers League team, which was released last week. Senior Lindsay Nietfeld was voted onto the First Team. There were five players who were unanimous choices: Jayhawk-Linn seniors Brielle Ware and Lauren Sluder, Marmaton Valley senior Kenzie Tynon, St. Paul senior Josie Albertini, and Pleasanton senior Sydney Dent. Also chosen were junior Miranda Golden of Crest and junior Breanna Vail of Oswego...
Both Eagle teams tabbed for 3rd in polls (11/18/15)
PITTSBURG -- Both the girls' and boys' basketball teams were picked to finish in third place this season in Three Rivers League pre-season basketball polls released here Monday by KSHQ Radio (100.7 FM). Uniontown's girls were selected behind defending champion St. ...
Five 'Hounds receive volleyball honors in Division II, District M (11/18/15)
Five Fort Scott Community College volleyball players recently received receive postseason honors. Freshman Brette Moore was named to both the Jayhawk Conference-Division II and Region VI-District M teams. Sophomores Julia Stringer, Emily Bruce and Sheri Middleton and freshman Mickey Trimble were all named Honorable Mention All-Conference. Bruce and Trimble were also selected to the Second Team All-District for District M...
7th-grade teams riding winning streaks (11/18/15)
Both of Fort Scott Middle School's seventh-grade basketball teams are on winning streaks that continued with a sweep of Pittsburg Tuesday evening at the FSMS gymnasium.\ The seventh graders won the "B" game to open the day, 23-1, shutting out the Purple Dragons until they scored a free throw with 1:13 remaining. The "A" team took a 46-29 victory...
'Hound women bounce back (11/17/15)
FSCC shakes off loss to JV team, dominates Southwestern
Tiger boys picked 2nd in pre-season poll (11/17/15)
PITTSBURG -- Fort Scott High's boys were picked to finish second in the Southeast Kansas League this coming season in a poll conducted by KSHQ Radio (100.7 FM) and revealed at a basketball media conference here Monday. While the Tigers were chosen to repeat their second-place finish of a season ago, when they went 10-2 in the SEK and 16-7 overall, a new champion was tabbed to succeed Independence (12-0, 20-1). ...
Labette choice to win SEK girls' title (11/17/15)
PITTSBURG -- The results of voting for the pre-season Southeast Kansas League girls' basketball poll revealed here Monday appear to indicate that there are three tiers of expectation this season. Defending co-champions Labette County and Chanute are in the first tier, separated in voting by just one point and the only teams to receive six top-three votes (coaches could not vote for their own teams). ...
FSCC men stumble at E. Okla. (11/17/15)
WILBURTON, Okla. -- Fort Scott Community College's men fell to Eastern Oklahoma State here Saturday afternoon, 68-63. The Greyhounds fell to 1-5 on the season and have yet to beat another junior college. Eastern Oklahoma State (4-0), a Division I school, led 30-27 at the half...
UJH girls' teams drop first two games of season (11/17/15)
Uniontown Junior High girls' basketball opened the season last week with home games against Westphalia and Northeast Arma. The Eagles' dropped both the A and B team games. Against Westphalia on Nov. 9, the Uniontown B team fell, 28-13. Becky Goebel and Jada Allen each scored 4 points...
Ten Tigers receive All-SEK recognition (11/14/15)
It's normally Southeast Kansas League policy to hold the release of its All-League teams until the last team has concluded its run through the playoffs. Although Pittsburg played Friday night, the All-SEK Football Team was prematurely released to other media on Thursday and has already been publicized. So since there's no longer a reason to wait, here is the 2015 version of the squad...
13 Greyhounds tabbed (11/14/15)
The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference recently released its 2015 All-Conference Football team. Fort Scott had 13 players honored although only one of them was named to the First Team. Fort Scott's lone First Team player is sophomore defensive lineman Koran Crump. He averaged 5.4 tackles per game this season and was the conference leader in sacks with 11...