Former 'Hound coach Sims hired by Garden City
Used with permission of the Garden City Telegram ---- GARDEN CITY -- Garden City Community College announced the hiring of former Fort Scott Community College head coach Jeff Sims on Thursday. During a noon press conference inside the Hall of Fame room at the Perryman Athletic Complex, Sims was introduced as the 21st head coach in program history, replacing Matt Miller, whose two-year stint at the helm ended on Nov. 9 when he was fired after a 4-6 season...
'Hounds get past ugly stretches to win
Sometimes, a basketball team has to survive an ugly stretch the best it can before getting things together. This was the case for Fort Scott Community College's men in the final game of the Gladbach Classic against Wentworth Military at Arnold Arena Saturday night...
Fort Scott women fall in OT
Cottey College took control early in overtime and defeated host Fort Scott, 64-59, in the Gladbach Classic at Arnold Arena Saturday afternoon. Despite a late Cottey run, Fort Scott led 50-46 with 1:41 remaining in regulation time after 6' 3" post Carlie Wilhelmi scored a basket. But then Machela VanGennip made two free throws with 47 seconds left to bring the Comets (6-1) within two points...
'Hound women finish strong
In Wednesday's night's loss to Hesston, Fort Scott Community College's women saw the momentum fade away in the second half of what ended up being a 9-point loss after holding a 17-point halftime lead. The second half of Friday night's game against the Friends University junior varsity started in an eerily similar fashion as the Greyhounds struggled while the Falcons began to make some headway...
Scouts roll in second half
Visiting Penn Valley remained undefeated on the season with a 75-63 victory over Fort Scott Community College's men on the first day of the Gladbach Classic at Arnold Arena Friday night. The Scouts (5-0) outscored Fort Scott, 43-33, in the second half as the Greyhounds turned the ball over 12 times and couldn't convert on some transition scoring chances...
Greyhound men fight off Hesston, 92-88
Fort Scott Community College's men took control around the 11-minute mark of the second half at Arnold Arena Wednesday night and held off Hesston, 92-88. The game was hotly contested throughout and it's not even the one that counts toward post-season seeding in Region VI Division II. That game's not until February 25, the final game of the regular season, at Hesston...
Hesston women rally
Larks come back from 17-point halftime deficit to beat 'Hounds
'Hound women off to best start in 8 years
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Fort Scott Community College's women are off to the program's best start in eight seasons, improving to 6-1 after beating Penn Valley and Ellsworth (Iowa) over the weekend in the Kansas City Kansas Classic. Fort Scott has six wins in its first seven games for the first time since the 2006-07 season, the first of Stasha Richards' tenure. The Greyhounds lost their next two that year and finished 13-15...
'Hound men hold off Southwestern JV in 2 OT
Fort Scott Community College's men had to rally from a halftime deficit before finally defeating the Southwestern College junior varsity at Arnold Arena Saturday afternoon, 80-77 in double overtime. Fort Scott (4-3) led 24-19 with eight minutes left in the first half but trailed 37-33 at the half. The Greyhounds were down by 7 points, 53-46, with 9:50 left in regulation...
Greyhounds hold off Cowley, even record
The weather outside feels more like January or February right now. Well, inside Arnold Arena Wedensday night, there was a basketball game played in an atmosphere more like a gritty conference game in January of February than a non-conference affair in November...
Stringer named East Freshman of Year
Five members of Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team received All-Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division and All-District honors from league coaches earlier this week. Freshman Julia Stringer, a right-side hitter, was named the Eastern Division Freshman of the Year, the first Greyhound so honored since Kellye (West) Barrows received the award following the 2001 season. ...
'Hound women improve to 4-1
Fort Scott Community College's women improved to 4-1 on the season, leading throughout in a 66-47 victory over the Ottawa University junior varsity in its home opener at Arnold Arena Tuesday night. There was one tie, very early on at 5-5. But the Greyhounds led by 11 points, 36-25, at the half and the margin over the length of the second half...
FSCC men snap long losing streak vs. JC-West
DODGE CITY -- Fort Scott Community College's men's basketball team performed a feat here Friday night that no Greyhound team had accomplished in more than 12 seasons when Dalton Rose's tip-in at the buzzer gave the Greyhounds a 74-73 victory over Barton on the first night of the Dodge City Classic...
No. 8 KCK ends FSCC's season in finals
KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- One of the best seasons in Fort Scott Community College volleyball history came to an end here Saturday at the Region VI Division II District N Tournament. A sweep of the sixth seed, Hesston, in the tournament's second match ended an 8-match post-season losing streak that went back to 1995. ...
NEO dominates 'Hounds in season finale
Fort Scott Community College's football season went out with a whimper Saturday afternoon as Northeastern Oklahoma A&M resumed its series with the Greyhounds right where it left off, taking a 49-7 victory in the season finale for both schools. NEO (5-6) claimed its 12th consecutive victory in the series, which had been idle since 2005. Fort Scott (4-7) has only two victories in the series in 23 meetings, which came in 1973 and 1975...
'Hound volleyball at District today
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team has won a school-record 30 matches going into today's Region VI Division II District N Tournament at Kansas City Kansas Community College. But if the Greyhounds are going to make their first appearence in a national tournament, they're going to have to beat at least one team they did not beat during the regular season...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: 'Hounds vs. NEO A&M -- Two teams looking to go out on high notes
They're only 75 miles apart, but Fort Scott Community College and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M don't meet often on the gridiron. In fact, this late addition to both team's schedules, to be played at 1 p.m. Saturday at Frary Field, will be just the 22nd between the schools...
Not perfect, but a win for Greyhound men
It wasn't a perfect game at Arnold Arena Tuesday night. But it was a win. And Fort Scott Community College head men's basketball coach Michael Cook wanted to see his team get a win before heading to Dodge City this weekend. Fort Scott jumped out to a 19-point lead at the half. But a little sloppiness and maybe a little youth made the second half of a 96-78 victory over the Central Methodist University junior varsity a little closer than he would have liked to see...
FSCC women win pair at Johnson County
OVERLAND PARK -- Fort Scott Community College's women began the season with a pair of wins in the Johnson County Classic here over the weekend. The Greyhounds defeated Jackson State, Tenn., 62-59 in Saturday's season opener and then beat the William Penn junior varsitym 62-34, on Sunday...
No. 1 Iowa Western prevails in battle of defenses
Two big plays were the main difference as No. 1 Iowa Western defeated Fort Scott Community College, 23-5, in a non-conference football game at Frary Field Saturday afternoon. The Reivers (10-0) were challenged by the Fort Scott defense but two plays allowed them to get some breathing room. ...
FSCC men play home opener tonight
GREAT BEND -- Fort Scott Community College's men's basketball team opened the season with a pair of losses to Division I competition at the Barton Classic here over the weekend. The Greyhounds, the defending Region VI Division II champion, lost to Barton, 97-76, Friday night and Dodge City, 69-43, Saturday night...
Will eight be enough?
Large sophomore class to lead FSCC women; season begins today
'Hounds win record 30th match
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team set a school record when it defeated Allen on Sophomore Night at Arnold Arena Wednesday night. The Greyhounds' 25-18, 25-21, 25-15 sweep was their 30th victory of the season, breaking a record set during the late 1980s under then-coach Kerry Messersmith, who is now the head coach at NCAA Division I Alabama-Birmingham...
Greyhound men scrimmage, meet fans
Fort Scott Community College's men's basketball team, coming off a Region VI championship, held a scrimmage and a meet and greet session with fans at Arnold Arena Thursday night. Every player in the FSCC program, including those who will be redshirted this season, played in the scrimmage, which ended with an 87-76 win for the "White" team over the "Black" team. ...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: 'Hounds vs. No. 1 Iowa Western
Seven years ago, Iowa Western didn't have a football program. By 2012, the Reivers were undefeated NJCAA National Champions, defeating Butler in the Graphic Edge Bowl in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Iowa Western (9-0) has never had a losing season, going 5-4 in 2009 and recording at least nine victories in every season since. ...