Fleming signs with East Central
Fort Scott Community College sophomore basketball player Jeremiah Fleming has signed a national letter of intent to play basketball at East Central University in Ada, Okla. Fleming helped lead the Greyhounds to a Conference Championship--their second in three years--and the top seed in the Region VI-Division II Tournament this season. He earned Second Team honors from Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Division II coaches...
'Hounds force 3rd game but Busters advance
GARDEN CITY -- Fort Scott Community College baseball bounced back from what could have been a back-breaking 10-9 loss in game one of a best-of-three Region VI First-Round Playoff Series against Garden City at Williams Stadium here Saturday afternoon. But the Greyhounds held off the Broncbusters in game two -- also by a 10-9 score -- to force a winner-take-all game on Sunday...
Greyhounds sweep, hang on to No. 6 seed
OVERLAND PARK -- Fort Scott Community College's baseball team broke out of its conference slump here Friday and clinched sixth place in the Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division with a sweep of Johnson County. The Greyhounds (18-18 East, 36-19 overall) won the opener, 3-0, posting their first shutout since March 5 when they held Cowley scoreless in the second game of a road doubleheader. They took the nightcap, 5-3, after hold off a Johnson County rally...
OVERLAND PARK -- Fort Scott Community College's softball team lost its 14th and 15th consecutive post-season games here Saturday as No. 2 seed Johnson County defeated the Greyhounds 8-3 and 4-2 in a first-round Region VI Division II District D Tournament series...
FSHS grad moving on to Division I
COFFEYVILLE -- Fort Scott sophomore Jonathan Allen, who has played for the Coffeyville Community College golf program the last two seasons, has signed a scholarship agreement to continue playing golf at Alcorn State University for the 2016-17 school year...
Rough stretch continues as Cavs sweep 'Hounds
Programs heading in opposite directions in Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division standings met at Lions Field Thursday and the trends continued as Johnson County swept Fort Scott by scores of 8-1 and 3-2. The Greyhounds (16-18 East, 34-19 overall) have fallen down the conference ladder, having now lost 11 of their last 12 within the division. On April 7, following a sweep of Allen at Lions Field, Fort Scott was tied for third with a 15-7 division mark...
'Hounds down Baker JV twice
Fort Scott Community College's baseball team took a break from conference play to face the Baker University junior varsity at Lions Field Monday. The Greyhounds (34-17) won the opener easily, 11-2, but had to rally to win the second game, 9-8. Baker led the first game 2-0 after two but Fort Scott's bats came to life in the bottom of the third. Danny Crews and Mackay Williams each hit 2-run home runs during a 6-run inning...
'Hounds salvage split, playoff berth
Salvaging a Jayhawk Conference-Eastern Division doubleheader with Kansas City Kansas at Lions Field Saturday afternoon allowed Fort Scott Community College's baseball team to clinch a berth in the Region VI post-season tournament. Second-place Kansas City won the opener, 9-2, to clinch the season series, 3-1, and send the Greyhounds to their ninth consecutive conference defeat. But Fort Scott rallied and then held on to win game two, 6-5...