Canadian QB to lead Greyhound offense
Sports Editor's Note: As of press time, Fort Scott Community College had not officially released its final roster. A quarterback with Canadian roots will lead Fort Scott Community College's offense when the Greyhounds take the field for their season opener at 7 p.m. Saturday night against No. 5-ranked Butler at Frary Field...
Eight ranked teams highlight 'Hound schedule
To be the best, one has to beat the best. That's said often but Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team will be given ample opportunity to show how good it is this season. Seven teams ranked in the NJCAA Pre-Season Division II pre-season poll, three more which have received votes and a top-five Division III program adorn the Greyhounds' schedule this season...
'Hound volleyball No. 14 in D-II pre-season poll
Fort Scott Community College's volleyball team is ranked 14th in the NJCAA pre-season poll, released Tuesday afternoon. Earlier in the day, the Greyhounds were picked to finish fourth in Division II of the Jayhawk Conference behind defending champion Johnson County, Coffeyville and Cowley in a poll of circuit coaches...
5 ranked teams on 'Hound schedule
Of course, there were going to be nationall-ranked teams on Fort Scott Community College's football schedule this season. That's the nature of playing in the Jayhawk Conference. Which ones are ranked became known Monday afternoon when the pre-season poll was released. There are five and if they all remained through the course of the season, their appearances were almost be a bi-weekly occurence...
Football rosters not only thing on agenda
PRATT -- Although the proposals to increase or eliminate the limits on out-of-state players on Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference rosters was the major topic of discussion at Thursday's meeting here, it was not the only one. There were also proposals to allow KJCCC Division I programs to offer full scholarships and to allow Division I basketball programs to offer eight full scholarships, although those could be split into smaller amounts...
KJCCC votes down football roster increase
Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference schools, in a meeting held in Pratt Thursday, voted down a proposal that would have increased the roster size for football teams to 85 players, adding 10 more spots for out-of-state players. Although there would have been an 85-man active roster, only 63 would be allowed to travel to road games...
KJCCC coaches pick Greyhounds last
Proposal to increase football out-of-state roster limits becomes hot-button issue