'Hound baseball win streak now at 14
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team continued its winning streak in doubleheaders played Saturday and Monday. The Greyhounds, who moved into the NJCAA Division I national poll this week at No. 17 (see below), swept Labette at Lions Field in Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division play at Parsons on Saturday, 9-5 and 7-6, extending their conference winning streak to 10 games. ...
'Hounds salvage Tuesday split, break losing streak
Fort Scott Community College's softball team broke a seven-game losing streak Tuesday when the Greyhounds won the second game of a home conference doubleheader at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex. Friday, Fort Scott traveled to Independence, where the Greyhounds lost in the bottom of the seventh inning in both games, 5-4 and 12-11. ...
'Hounds sweep at Labette; rematch today
PARSONS -- Fort Scott Community College's baseball team swept Labette here Thursday in a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader. The Greyhounds had a fairly easy time in the opener, winning 11-3, but had to hold off the Cardinals in the nightcap, 9-8...
FSCC softball drops pair to Neosho County
Fort Scott Community College's softball dropped both ends of a Jayhawk Conference-Division II doubleheader to Neosho County at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex Wednesday afternoon, 19-2 and 12-10. The games were moved from Tuesday due to cold weather...
'Hounds sweep Independence on road
INDEPENDENCE -- Fort Scott Community College's baseball team completed a season sweep of Independence here Sunday by winning both ends of a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader, 7-4 and 8-4. Fort Scott (6-2 East, 13-5 overall) has won its last eight games since being swept by Coffeyville in its conference opener at Lions Field on March 4...
Greyhounds take pair in Sunday doubleheader
Fort Scott Community College's softball team was forced to cancel a scheduled home doubleheader on Saturday but was able to play on Sunday and swept the Missouri Valley College junior varsity by scores of 10-2 and 16-8 at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex...
Homers help 'Hounds sweep Independence
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team swept a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader from Independence at Lions Field Friday, taking game one, 7-3, and using five homer runs to take the nightcap, 8-6. These games were moved from Thursday due to anticipated bad weather (see box, right, for more schedule changes)...
KCK women upset FSCC in first-round game
Fort Scott Community College's women had a pretty good fourth quarter as they tried to rally in the first round of the Region VI Division II Tournament at Arnold Arena Saturday. But it wasn't as good as the third quarter visiting Kansas City Kansas had that put the fourth-seeded Greyhounds in the hole in the first place...
Greyhound softball beats Labette for 1st time in 11 years
Although Fort Scott Community College's softball team won just one of four games in a three-day period, that one win was one of the bigger wins in the four-year tenure of head coach Kristin Janes. When the Greyhounds beat Labette, 7-3, in the first game of a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader at Parsons Monday, it was their first win over the Cardinals since 2006. ...
Greyhound men eliminated in semifinal
FSCC upsets No. 3 seed Kansas City Saturday, falls at Johnson Monday
FSCC's Tadtman named women's Co-Coach of Year
The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference released its All-Conference teams Monday afternoon. Four Fort Scott players were named to the men's and women's Division II teams. First-year women's head coach Jeff Tadtman, who came to Fort Scott over the summer after his previous school, Carl Albert State (Okla.) dropped basketball, was named Division II Co-Coach of the Year along with Johnson County's Ben Conrad. ...
'Hounds sweep pair of twinbills
After dropping both games of a home conference doubleheader last Thursday, Fort Scott Community College's baseball team has swept its last two. Saturday, they paid back Coffeyville for Thursday's sweep by taking two from the Red Ravens in a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division twinbill, 11-2 and 16-5. Tuesday, the Greyhounds used a pair of big innings to post a sweep of the Baker University junior varsity at Lions Field, 9-2 and 15-2...
Tie-breaker forces 'Hound men on road
Brown Mackie's dominance of a nearly nine-minute stretch of Wednesday night's regular-season finale at Arnold Arena was enough for the visiting Lions to win the game and a tie-breaker over Fort Scott Community College's men, forcing the Greyhounds (13-17) to go on the road for today's first-round Region VI-Division II Tournament game at Kansas City Kansas...
Greyhounds split on road, sweep at home
Fort Scott Community College's softball team split a non-conference doubleheader at State Fair, Mo., on Wednesday and swept North Arkansas at home Friday afternoon. The Greyhounds (8-9) will face Maple Woods, Mo., this afternoon at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex with the non-conference twinbill starting at 1 p.m. The will open Jayhawk Conference-Division II play Monday against Labette at Parsons...
Ravens sweep 'Hounds in KJCCC opener
Visiting Coffeyville swept Fort Scott Community College by scores of 13-6 and 15-7 in the Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division opener for both teams Thursday at Lions Field. The Red Ravens (2-0 division, 10-6 overall) belted out 16 hits in the opener and 13 in the second game...
ONLINE FIRST: 'Hound women rally, host KCK Saturday
For most of the first half Wednesday night, it looked like Brown Mackie was going to shoot the lights out and send Fort Scott Community College's women on the road for the first round of the Region VI-Division II Tournament. But the Greyhounds rallied from a 19-point deficit late in the second quarter, took the lead on their final shot of the third and held on to beat the Lions, 71-65, at Arnold Arena...
'Hound women can still earn home playoff game
HIGHLAND -- Despite losing to No. 8 Highland here Saturday by a score of 81-66, Fort Scott Community College's women still have a chance to host a first-round playoff game in the Region VI-Division II post-season tournament. A complicated tie-breaker gives an edge to the Greyhounds if they can beat Brown Mackie tonight and Kansas City Kansas loses to Jayhawk Conference-Division II leader Johnson County...
Highland eliminates 'Hound men from KJCCC title chase
HIGHLAND -- Fort Scott Community College's men will not win the Jayhawk Conference-Division II regular-season title for the first time since the division was created three seasons ago. That was assured when Highland clinched no worse than a share of the championship after defeating the Greyhounds, 48-43, here Saturday afternoon...
Greyhound baseball wins four games in three days
Fort Scott Community College baseball split a doubleheader with State Fair, Mo., at Dave Regan Stadium Saturday, then swept the Ottawa University junior varsity at Lions Field on Monday. The Greyhounds (8-3) won Saturday's opener 3-0 with all their runs coming in the bottom of the first inning. ...
No. 18 Tritons sweep FSCC softball
No. 18-ranked Iowa Central swept Fort Scott Community College softball Saturday in a non-conference doubleheader at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex. The Tritons took game one 22-9 and posted an 8-0 shutout in the second game. Both teams scored 4 runs in the first inning of the opener and Fort Scott (5-8) held a 6-4 lead after two. But a 6-run fourth put Iowa Central (3-4) ahead 11-6 and the Tritions also added 9 in the top of the seventh...
KCK gets K.O.'d
'Hound women rout Blue Devils for first conference win
FSCC men struggle in loss
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
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...