Seward County eliminates 'Hounds
WICHITA -- Fort Scott Community College's stay in the Region VI Tournament finals lasted just two games as the Greyhounds were knocked out of the double-elimination tournament by Jayhawk Conference-Western Division champion Seward County here Saturday, 8-5...
'Hounds sweep Pratt to advance
Fort Scott makes it to Wichita for the first time since 2009
FSCC to host Pratt in playoff series
Fort Scott Community College finished second in the Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division this season and is a series win away from it's second 40-victory season in three years. Pratt Community College needed to sweep Butler Monday just to be certain it would even qualify for the post-season. Fortunately for the Beavers, they did just that and also passed Cloud County in the Jayhawk Conference-Western Division standings to finish seventh...
'Hounds win scorefest over No. 6 Crowder
Fort Scott Community College snuck in a make-up home game with No. 6 Crowder, Mo., at Lions Field Wednesday afternoon and beat the nationally-ranked Roughriders in a nine-inning game for the second time in a month. The Greyhounds defeated then-No. 1 Crowder, 11-4, at Neosho, Mo., on April 17. At the time, the Riders had lost 4 of 5 going into that game since being named No. 1 in the NJCAA Division I poll earlier that week...
'Hounds clinch Sub-Regional host's role
Changes to this story made to reflect corrections in format of Sub-Regional and team that Fort Scott will face this weekend.
'Hounds sweep Baker JV; regular season concludes this weekend
Edited April 28 to make a correction regarding the Sub-Regional Tournament playoff format.
'Hounds move into second-place tie after split
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team moved into a second-place tie with Coffeyville in the Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division over the weekend -- but only after salvaging a split of its four-game series with Highland by winning the second game of Sunday's doubleheader in its final at-bat...
Cottey sweeps in FSCC home finale
Fort Scott Community College's softball team could have decided to pack it in long ago. The Greyhounds could have decided that being down by 15 runs in the first game of Saturday's doubleheader with Cottey College at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex was just as well. It was the bottom of the seventh, anyway...