No. 20 North Ark. ends FSCC's win streak
No. 20 North Arkansas broke Fort Scott Community College's men's winning streak at six Tuesday night, handing the Greyhounds an 82-76 loss at Arnold Arena. The Pioneers (20-4) completed a three-game season sweep. But to show how much the Greyhounds have improved in the second semester, this was the closest of the three meetings. North Arkansas won by 38 points in Harrison on Nov. 7 and by 23 in a classic at Cowley on Nov. 28...
FSCC softball opens with sweep
Fort Scott Community College's softball team opened the season Wednesday with a sweep of the Ottawa University junior varsity at the Betty Ruth Willard Complex. The Greyhounds won game one 8-0 and took the second game 8-6. Fort Scott had 16 hits in the opener. Kaylan Morgan and McKenzie Hersh each had 3 while Allison Davis, Taylor Brecheisen and Chelsea Snyder each had 2. Snyder drove in 3 runs while Brecheisen and Davis each had 2 RBI...
'Hound baseball postpones opener
The long-range weather forecast has prompted Fort Scott Community College's baseball team to postpone its season-opening series versus Cloud County until Monday and Tuesday. The Greyhounds were originally going to play Cloud County in doubleheaders at Dave Regan Stadium Saturday and Sunday. ...
Greyhounds' streak stretches to seven
Fort Scott Community College's men never trailed Saturday afternoon as the Greyhounds defeated Brown Mackie, 96-83, in a Region VI contest at Arnold Arena. The 'Hounds avenged an overtime loss to the Lions in Salina on December 13. It was the seventh consecutive win for the Greyhounds (6-1 Region VI, 11-13 overall), who are on their longest winning streak since the 1999-2000 team won nine straight in a year they finished 19-12...
'Hound women post season sweep of Lions
Fort Scott Community College's women picked up a key victory at Arnold Arena Saturday afternoon as they look to secure a first-round home game in the Region VI-Division II post-season tournament. The Greyhounds' 67-57 win over Brown Mackie gives them a sweep of the Lions. Fort Scott is currently fourth in the Region at 4-3, 13-12 overall. Brown Mackie is 1-6, 9-15, with its only Region win coming over Labette, which hasn't beaten another junior college this season...
'Hound men roll by Labette for 6th straight win
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
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...
'Hound men stay atop division with win over KCK
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...
No. 9 KCK women beat short-handed 'Hounds
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...
Greyhound men upset No. 4 Johnson County
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
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...
'Hound men extend winning streak to 3
Fort Scott Community College's men extended their winning streak to three games Saturday by beating Highland, 70-65, in Jayhawk Conference-Division II play. The Greyhounds (1-0 conference, 7-13 overall) held on to win their conference opener even though Highland (1-2, 11-10) outscored them 38-32 in the second half...
No. 6 Highland pulls away in second half
Highland, ranked No. 6 in NJCAA Division II, pulled away in the fourth quarter Saturday to take a 66-56 victory in what was the Jayhawk Conference-Division II opener for Fort Scott Community College's women. The Greyhounds (0-1 division, 11-10 overall) managed to get back to a tie at halftime, 27-27, after being down by 4 points at the end of the first quarter. But the Scotties (3-0, 20-1) outscored the 'Hounds 23-17 in the fourth quarter to put the game away...
Greyhound men rally to beat Hesston
Fort Scott women win third straight
'Hound women roll by Southeast, 82-70
Fort Scott Community College's women won their second straight game to start off the new year as they defeated Southeast (Neb.) 82-70 at Arnold Arena Saturday afternoon. Turnovers -- and the points the Greyhounds (10-9) scored off them -- were the key to the game. Fort Scott forced 25 turnovers while committing just eight...
FSCC men rally to quiet Storm
Fort Scott Community College's men may have still had a tough semester-opening loss at Brown Mackie on their minds when they took the floor against Southeast (Neb.) at Arnold Arena on Saturday afternoon. Having lost a big lead and dropped a region game to the Lions in overtime, the Greyhounds weren't executing their game plan in the first half. In the second half, the Fort Scott defense clamped down and that was the push the 'Hounds needed to rally for a 68-61 victory over the Storm...