'Hounds split at Allen
IOLA -- Fort Scott Community College's basketball teams split a non-conference doubleheader at Allen here Tuesday night. Fort Scott's women opened the night with a 70-55 win over Allen, sweeping the season series. The Greyhounds (6-3) also defeated the Red Devils, 68-64, at Arnold Arena on November 12, which broke a 21-game losing streak against Division I schools...
'Hound men drop pair in KC
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Fort Scott Community College's men's basketball team dropped a pair of games here over the weekend and fell to 4-7 on the season. The Greyhounds have lost three straight games going into a Tuesday night contest at Allen. Former Jayhawk Conference divisional foe Labette defeated Fort Scott Friday night, 78-73, on the first night of the Penn Valley Classic. Kevin House scored 21 points for the Greyhounds and also led with 9 rebounds and 7 assists...
'Hound women split on Iowa trip
Fort Scott Community College's women's basketball team split a pair of games on a trip to Iowa last weekend. The Greyhounds lost at 11th-ranked Des Moines Area Sunday but avenged an earlier loss by beating the William Penn University junior varsity Monday...
Norsemen runs lead to Greyhound loss, 86-61
Northeastern Oklahoma A&M broke Fort Scott Community College's four-game winning streak Tuesday night at Arnold Arena, using several runs to take control and go on to an 86-61 victory.
'Hounds handle Penn Valley; NEO visits tonight
Fort Scott Community College's men won their fourth straight game Saturday afternoon as the Greyhounds evened their season record with a 91-72 win over Penn Valley (Mo.) at Arnold Arena. It was Fort Scott's highest-scoring game of the season and the most points for the 'Hounds since beating Independence, 96-91 in double overtime, on Feb. 2 of last season. It was the first time a Fort Scott team scored 90 or more in regulation since February of 2009...
'Hound baseball tunes up; six sign with four-year schools
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team got some tune-up action during the fall "off season." Like a number of college teams, the Greyhounds stayed busy trying to get in as many games as possible. Coaches find it makes for a good opportunity to try out new players, new positions and various combinations while refining the players' technical and strategic work...
Hall's 21 leads 'Hounds past Eagle JV
FAYETTE, Mo. -- C.J. Hall scored a season-high 21 points as Fort Scott Community College's mens' basketball team took a 78-52 victory over the Central Methodist University junior varsity here Wednesday night. The Greyhounds, who improved to 3-4, led 46-26 at the half. They shot 45 percent from the field, making 27 of 60 field-goal attempts. Hall was 8 of 11 overall from the field and 5 of 7 from 3-point range...
Neosho County wins despite Gales' personal-best 29
CHANUTE -- Lyndon sophomore Malori Gales scored a career-best 29 points here Wednesday night but that wasn't enough as Neosho County held on for a 77-75 victory over Fort Scott Community College's women in non-conference play between the former division foes...
Gales named Division II Player of Week
Fort Scott Community College sophomore Malori Gales was named Jayahawk Conference Division II Player of the Week for her play during the first week of the season. Gales, a 5' 9" guard from Lyndon scored 31 points over two games, grabbed 16 rebounds and handed out 6 assists in games against the William Penn University junior varsity and Wentworth Military Academy...
Greyhound women hold off Cottey
Fort Scott Community College's women held off a Cottey College rally at Arnold Arena Monday night to prevail 67-66 and win the fourth game of the season, equaling the number the Greyhounds won all of last season. Fort Scott also won at North Central Missouri, 84-72, on Saturday. That story can be seen on page 8 of today's edition...
'Hound men bounce Southwestern JV
Fort Scott Community College's men got their second consecutive win Monday night as the Greyhounds vanquished the Southwestern College junior varsity, 86-52 at Arnold Arena. Fort Scott's first victory came Saturday afternoon against Wentworth Military. For more on that game, see page 8...
'Hound men claim first win
Fort Scott Community College's men got their first victory of the season Saturday afternoon at Arnold Arena when Kevin House made a pair of free throws with just 3.9 seconds remaining in the game to boost the Greyhounds to a 61-60 victory over Wentworth Military Academy...
FSCC women win on road
TRENTON, Mo. -- Sierra Shoulders recorded a double-double here Saturday afternoon as Fort Scott Community College's women took an 84-72 win over North Central Missouri. The 84 points were the most scored by an FSCC women's team since an 84-91 loss against Neosho County on Dec. 2, 2009. Fort Scott had gone 120 games since without scoring 80 points...
11 Greyhound gridders named All-KJCC
With an offense that led the NJCAA Region VI in total offense and rushing offense, it's no surprise that Fort Scott Community College's football team landed several members of that offensive unit on the All-Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference First Team...
Ermel, De Hoyos receive volleyball honors
Two members of Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team received post-season accolades recently from officials with the Jayhawk Conference as well as from Region VI. Sophomores Jacy Ermel, a Uniontown High School graduate, and Stephanie De Hoyos were both chosen to the Eastern Division Honorable Mention team by Jayhawk Conference coaches. The Greyhounds finished with a 19-18 record this season...
'Hound women rally to beat Allen
Fort Scott Community College's women rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit to beat former division foe Allen, 68-64, in a non-conference game at Arnold Arena Tuesday night. The victory lifted the Greyhounds' record to 2-1 and broke a 21-game losing streak against NCAA Division I schools. The Division II 'Hounds last beat a D-I team on Feb. 1, 2012, when they won at Labette, 73-70...
Red Devil men win foul-plagued game
Rules changes in college basketball this season regarding hand checking have already had their effect at the NCAA level. Tuesday night at Arnold Arena, the effect trickled down to the junior-college level as 55 fouls were called resulting on 78 free-throw attempts during a long night of basketball which ended with Allen's 87-71 win over Fort Scott Community College in a non-conference game between former division foes...
Greyhound men fall at NEO; Allen calls tonight
MIAMI, Okla. --Fort Scott Community College's basketball team fell to 0-3 on the season with an 85-71 loss to host Northeastern Oklahoma A&M here Saturday night. Fort Scott lost despite shooting 51 percent from the floor, making 25 of 49 field-goal attempts, as NEO (3-1) shot 55 percent on 28 of 51...
No. 1 Cowley ends FSCC volleyball season
ARKANSAS CITY --Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team fell in the first round of the Region VI Division II District M post-season tournament here Saturday and saw its season come to a close. The Greyhounds (19-18) lost to NJCAA Division II No. 1-ranked Cowley, 25-15, 25-15, 25-17. Stephanie De Hoyos and Shelbey Baker each had 9 kills for the Greyhounds. Kortney Blaufuss had 28 assists. Terina Harris picked up 17 digs...