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Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016
JAYHAWK CONFERENCE SCOREBOARD
Updated at 10:40 p.m. Thursday night.


KJCCC BASKETBALL

WOMEN

DIVISION II

TeamConferenceOverall
Johnson County5-024-0
Highland3-121-2
Kansas City2-221-2
Fort Scott1-312-12
Labette0-52-19

DIVISION I

TeamConferenceOverall
Hutchinson13-123-1
Garden City12-218-7
Coffeyville11-319-6
Cowley10-419-6
Seward County8-416-6
Independence8-617-7
Cloud County8-616-9
Butler7-617-7
Dodge City6-716-8
Pratt4-911-12
Barton4-1012-13
Neosho County2-1210-14
Allen2-126-18
Colby0-134-20

Monday, Feb. 1

Neosho County 77, Allen 62

Cowley 74, Butler 65

Cloud County 69, Dodge City 66

Barton 70, Coffeyville 66

Hutchinson 77, Garden City 70

Independence 85, Pratt 58

Seward County at Colby, ppd., weather

Wednesday, Feb. 3

Garden City 60, Barton 58

Coffeyville 73, Allen 50

Colby at Cloud County, ppd., weather

Independence 76, Cowley 67

Kansas City 107, Hesston 55

Johnson County 60, Highland 51

Hutchinson 69, Dodge City 53

Fort Scott 58, Labette 51

Pratt 63, Neosho County 48

Thursday, Feb. 4

Cloud County 106, Colby 66

Saturday, Feb. 6

Brown Mackie at Fort Scott

Butler at Independence

Colby at Hutchinson

Cowley at Neosho County

Dodge City at Barton

Hesston at Labette

Highland at Kansas City

Pratt at Coffeyville

Seward County at Cloud County

MEN

DIVISION II

TeamConferenceOverall
Fort Scott4-010-13
Johnson County3-122-2
Kansas City2-216-8
Highland1-312-12
Labette0-45-19

DIVISION I

TeamConferenceOverall
Hutchinson11-322-3
Neosho County11-320-4
Pratt10-317-7
Barton9-517-8
Dodge City8-517-7
Seward County7-517-6
Colby7-614-9
Garden City6-814-11
Butler5-813-11
Independence5-914-9
Allen5-913-11
Cowley5-913-12
Coffeyville5-912-13
Cloud County1-138-17

Monday, Feb. 1

Neosho County 79, Allen 74

Butler 84, Cowley 71

Dodge City 85, Cloud County 73

Barton 79, Coffeyville 77

Hutchinson 83, Garden City 64

Pratt 77, Independence 70

Seward County at Colby, ppd., weather

Johnson County 91, Westminister JV 47

Wednesday, Feb. 3

Barton 79, Garden City 77

Allen 94, Coffeyville 85

Colby at Cloud County, ppd., weather

Independence 72, Cowley 65

Kansas City 76, Hesston 62

Johnson County 61, Highland 55

Hutchinson 83, Dodge City 69

Fort Scott 90, Labette 58

Pratt 72, Neosho County 64

Thursday, Feb. 4

Colby 70, Cloud County 57

Saturday, Feb. 6

Brown Mackie at Fort Scott

Butler at Independence

Colby at Hutchinson

Cowley at Neosho County

Dodge City at Barton

Hesston at Labette

Highland at Kansas City

Pratt at Coffeyville

Seward County at Cloud County

Tiger boys give DeLaTorre 300th coaching win (02/06/16)
Fort Scott High School's boys won their sixth straight game Friday night, 58-42, which gave FSHS head coach Jeff DeLaTorre his 300th coaching victory, 248 of those coming here. The Tigers moved into a three-way tie for third in the Southeast Kansas League with Independence and Coffeyville. ...
Tiger girls survive overtime battle, 58-48 (02/06/16)
Emily Hale's buzzer-beating layup allowed Fort Scott High's girls to survive Parsons' fourth-quarter rally and the Tigers went on to dominate the overtime period as they came away with a 58-48 victory in Southeast Kansas League play at the FSHS gymnasium Friday night...
Middle school 8th graders win four on road (02/06/16)
Recent results from Fort Scott Middle School boys' basketball are as follows: Tuesday at Pittsburg. The seventh-grade "B" team lost to Pittsburg, 44-17, in the first game of the night. Alex Kerbs led the Tigers with 5 points. Pittsburg also won the 7A game, 30-13. Connor Gorman was the Tigers' leading scorer with 6 points and also had 5 rebounds...
Uniontown sweeps rival Wildcats at Homecoming (02/06/16)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown High's basketball teams swept rival Marmaton Valley in Three Rivers League action here Friday night, coming out on top in both varsity matches on Homecoming. Eagle girls (4-2 TRL, 10-6 overall) got things going with a 41-37 victory for their sixth consecutive victory...
'Hound men roll by Labette for 6th straight win (02/05/16)
Fort Scott Community College's men are on their longest winning streak in three seasons after routing Labette, 90-58, at Arnold Arena Wednesday night for their sixth consecutive win. Across both Division I and Division II in the Jayhawk Conference, only two other teams are on as long or longer, Division I schools Hutchinson and Pratt. Pratt's victory over Neosho County Wednesday night ended the Panthers' 12-game winning streak...
FSCC women survive Cardinal run (02/05/16)
With their run through three straight nationally-ranked opponents out of the way, Fort Scott Community College's women got back on track for a possible first-round home game in the Region VI Tournament by beating Labette, 58-51, at Arnold Arena Wednesday night in Jayhawk Conference-Division II play...
Kid wrestlers earn medals (02/05/16)
Tiger boys hold on for 5th straight win (02/03/16)
The chase for the Southeast Kansas League boys' basketball championship tightened up considerably Tuesday night as the right combinations of wins now have six of the league's seven teams either tied for the lead or within a game of it. Fort Scott is one of those teams in the second group, bringing Independence down with them as Josh Hudiburg's free throws with 4.2 seconds remaining gave the Tigers a 54-52 victory in league play after Indy nearly completed a comeback from a 14-point deficit with just over 10 minutes of game time remaining.. ...
Independence girls thwart Tiger rally (02/03/16)
Fort Scott High's girls made this Southeast Kansas League battle versus Independence interesting by the end of the third quarter Tuesday night. But the Bulldogs posted 15 of the first 17 points of the final stanza to take the steam out of the Tigers' rally and went on to win, 60-49...
Eagle girls down Chetopa (02/03/16)
UNIONTOWN -- Shalina Harper's double-double helped Uniontown's girls rally in the second half to beat Chetopa, 43-39, in Three Rivers League play here Tuesday night. There was no boys' game as Chetopa had cancelled its season due to a lack of players...
'Hound men stay atop division with win over KCK (02/02/16)
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Fort Scott Community College's men remain atop the Jayhawk Conference-Division II standings following a 69-57 win over Kansas City Kansas here Saturday afternoon. The Greyhounds, who have won five straight games, hold a one-game lead over Johnson County with a 3-0 division record and a 9-13 overall mark. Kansas City fell to 3-2, 15-8...
FSMS sweeps Roosevelt in three Monday games (02/02/16)
Fort Scott Middle School's boys swept Coffeyville-Roosevelt at the FSMS gymnasium Monday. There were only three games played due to the fact that Roosevelt has far fewer players out that Fort Scott. Fort Scott's eighth-grade "B" Team played first against a combined seventh- and eighth-grade "C" team from Coffeyville, winning 28-18. The Tigers led by 2 points at the end of the first quarter but outscored the Golden Tornado 11-2 in the second to extend the lead to 18-7...
No. 9 KCK women beat short-handed 'Hounds (02/02/16)
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Fort Scott Community College's women took on their third consecutive nationally-ranked opponent here Saturday afternoon with just six players available. Not surprisingly, No. 9 Kansas City Kansas took an easy 77-45 win over the Greyhounds in Jayhawk Conference-Division II play...
Frosh girls beat Golden Tornado (02/02/16)
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott High School's freshman girls avenged an earlier loss to Coffeyville, prevailing on the road 32-21 Friday night in what Tiger Coach Kori Dodson called "a very rough game." Fort Scott started strongly, racing out to an 11-2 lead at the end of the first quarter. While the pace slowed in the second period, Fort Scott led 15-7 at halftime. The margin was double digits after three at 24-14...
Tiger boys win fourth straight (01/30/16)
COFFEYVILLE --Although other teams were playing, the contest between Fort Scott High's boys and Coffeyville here Friday night was the only game between Southeast Kansas League teams that counted in the standings. But once that game was over, the standings became very, very interesting...
Tiger girls jump out to big lead, win by 30 (01/30/16)
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott High's girls scored the first 13 points of Friday night's Southeast Kansas League match-up versus Coffeyville and never let up, going on to a 60-30 victory. it was the largest margin of victory for a Tiger team since a 65-27 rout of Riverton on Pittsburg State's court (38 points) on Jan. 28, 2014...
Eagles sweep Crest (01/30/16)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's boys knocked Crest out of the top spot in the Three Rivers League here Friday night, beating the Lancers, 49-44, at the West Bourbon Elementary gymnasium. Garrett Elder led the Eagles (2-2 TRL, 8-6 overall) with 15 points while Jesse Kuns added 14. The Eagles led 35-30 after three quarters and held on...
Wrestlers beat Raiders by one point (01/30/16)
FRONTENAC -- Fort Scott High School's wrestlers defeated Frontenac in a dual here Thursday night, 37-36, holding on after the host Raiders won the final four matches of the night. The teams to agree to draw what weight class would start the dual instead of beginning at 106 pounds. So the dual began at 195, then went back up to 106 after the heavyweight bout and ended at 182...
FSMS seventh graders sweep Parsons (01/30/16)
PARSONS -- Fort Scott Middle School's seventh-grade boys' basketball team swept Parsons here Thursday. The "A" Team won 34-32 in overtime as Teagan Southwell rebounded a missed shot and put it back as the buzzer went off. He finished with 10 points for the Tigers while Gavin Pytlowany led the team with 13. Ivan Witt had 8 rebounds...
Greyhound men upset No. 4 Johnson County (01/29/16)
Fort Scott Community College's men showed a deeper bench than Johnson County Wednesday night as the Greyhounds upset the No. 4-ranked Cavaliers, 93-83, in Jayhawk Conference-Division II play at Arnold Arena. Fort Scott's bench scored 26 points to just 9 for Johnson County. All of the Cavaliers' bench points came from one player, Chris Edwards. This proved a major issue for Johnson late in the game when three starters fouled out...
No. 1 Cavaliers roll by 'Hound women (01/29/16)
No. 1 Johnson County rolled past Fort Scott Community College's women here Wednesday night, 99-64, in Jayhawk Conference-Division II play. The Cavaliers held Fort Scott's Kamiron Luptak to 7 points on the night. She came into the game as the second-leading scorer in the division, averaging 19.1 points per game. This was just the third time this season that Luptak has been held to less than 10 points this season...
Freshmen girls are 8-3 (01/29/16)
The Fort Scott High School ninth grade girls' basketball team is off to an 8-3 start, having dispatched Girard, Pittsburg, Anderson County, Frontenac twice, Iola twice and Nevada. The team's three losses, all close, came to Chanute, Labette County, and the Chanute junior varsity...
Uniontown boys fall to Jayhawk-Linn (01/29/16)
MOUND CITY -- Uniontown's boys fell to Jayhawk-Linn here Tuesday night, 34-31, in Three Rivers League play. Garrett Elder led the Eagles with 14 points in the loss, which dropped the Eagles to 1-2 in the TRL and 7-6 overall. Jayhawk-Linn improved to 2-0, 6-5. The Jayhawks completed a season sweep, also beating the Eagles on Jan. 5 at Uniontown...
Fort Scott JV wins (01/29/16)
EL DORADO SPRINGS, Mo. -- Fort Scott High School's junior varsity boys' basketball team won a semifinal game in the El Dorado Springs Tournament here Wednesday night , beating Clinton, Mo., 59-19. Brady Tourillott led the Tigers with 22 points. Jesse Lawrence added 13...
Eagle girls roll by Jayhawks (01/27/16)
MOUND CITY -- Uniontown High's girls rolled past Jayhawk-Linn, 33-19, in Three Rivers League play here Tuesday night. It was the third straight win for the Eagles, who improved to 1-2 in the TRL and 7-6 overall. "We were a little slow getting started tonight," Eagle head coach Dustin Miller said. "But we stuck to the game plan and got the win."...
HIGH SCHOOL SCOREBOARD
Updated at 1:25 a.m. Saturday morning.


SEK BASKETBALL

GIRLS

TeamLeagueOverall
Labette County6-112-2
Pittsburg6-111-3
Chanute5-112-2
Independence3-49-6
Fort Scott3-45-9
Parsons1-64-11
Coffeyville0-74-10

Friday, Feb. 5

Labette County 74, Independence 46

Fort Scott 58, Parsons 48, OT

Pittsburg 69, Coffeyville 46

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Fort Scott at Chanute

Independence at Pittsburg

Parsons at Labette County

BOYS

TeamLeagueOverall
Pittsburg5-28-6
Chanute4-29-5
Independence4-39-6
Fort Scott4-38-6
Coffeyville4-38-7
Parsons3-49-6
Labette County0-74-10

Friday, Feb. 5

Independence 54, Labette County 38

Fort Scott 54, Parsons 42

Pittsburg 67, Coffeyville 59

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Fort Scott at Chanute

Independence at Pittsburg

Parsons at Labette County


TRL BASKETBALL

Bold -- League game.

GIRLS

TeamLeagueOverall
St. Paul5-014-0
Northeast5-112-4
Oswego4-19-7
Uniontown4-210-6
Pleasanton3-29-6
Marmaton Valley2-35-10
Jayhawk-Linn1-34-11
Chetopa1-54-11
Crest1-51-13
Altoona-Midway0-40-14

Friday, Feb. 5

Chetopa 45, Crest 42

Northeast 53, Jayhawk-Linn 49

Uniontown 41, Marmaton Valley 37

Pleasanton 62, Altoona-Midway 26

St. Paul 51, Oswego 25

Monday, Feb. 8

Chetopa at Altoona-Midway

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Chetopa at Oswego

Jayhawk-Linn at St. Paul

Marmaton Valley at Northeast

Olpe at Crest

BOYS

NOTE: Chetopa has cancelled its boys' season.

TeamLeagueOverall
Northeast4-111-4
Crest4-19-5
Jayhawk-Linn2-17-7
Oswego3-26-8
Uniontown3-29-6
St. Paul 2-25-8
Pleasanton1-35-10
Marmaton Valley1-42-13
Altoona-Midway0-40-13

Thursday, Feb. 4

Crest 69, Pleasanton 62

Friday, Feb. 5

Northeast 53, Jayhawk-Linn 49

Uniontown 62, Marmaton Valley 50

Pleasanton 55, Altoona-Midway 17

St. Paul at Oswego

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Jayhawk-Linn at St. Paul

Marmaton Valley at Northeast

Olpe at Crest

Oswego at Uniontown