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Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014

High School Sports

Tigers roll as Quinney jets for 4 touchdowns (10/25/14)
Fort Scott High clinched a Class 4A-Division I playoff berth Friday night when the Tigers routed Labette County, 49-12, and Paola got by at Chanute in overtime, 21-20. Paola, which also clinched, will host Fort Scott next Friday night in a game that will simply determine which one gets to play a first-round home game and which one will have to go on the road to begin its State championship quest...
Eagles pluck Blu-Jays to set up winner-take-all finale (10/25/14)
UNIONTOWN --Uniontown scored on its first four possessions and didn't have much trouble with visiting Pleasanton here Friday night, rolling 56-8 in a score-shortened game that ended at halftime on Senior Night. Eight-man football games are called when the margin reaches 45 points at halftime or any point after...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Tigers vs. Labette County -- Never underestimate the Grizzlies (10/24/14)
OK, so Labette County is just 2-5 on the season. And, OK, the Grizzlies are just 2-5 and on a three-game losing streak. And, yes, the teams they've beaten -- Iola and Parsons --are a combined 1-13. But somehow, no matter the records, Jesse Ybarra always has his team ready to play Fort Scott High tough. And tonight's Class 4A-Division I District 4 battle at Frary Field -- which also doubles as a Southeast Kansas League game -- isn't expected to be a night off...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Uniontown vs. Pleasanton -- Senior Night is tonight in Uniontown (10/24/14)
Uniontown and Waverly should be able to stay on course for a potential winner-take-all Eight-Man I District 1 contest next week if they both win tonight. It's Uniontown's senior night and Pleasanton, led by former Fort Scott Tiger Trent Stepps, will be the opponent. Meanwhile, Waverly will be playing at Marmaton Valley...
Tigers seeded 2nd (10/24/14)
Fort Scott High's volleyball team has drawn the No. 2 seed in a Class 4A-Division I Sub-State Tournament that will be held in Paola Saturday. The Tigers (20-16) will face the host school, Paola (17-20), in the first round. This will be the second match of the day as top-seeded Louisburg (26-11), ranked No. 4 in 4A-I by the Kansas Volleyball Association, opens against Spring Hill (14-24) at 2 p.m...
Uniontown sweeps in advance of Sub-State (10/24/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's volleyball team tuned up for Sub-State play with a sweep of Pleasanton and Moran at home Tuesday. These were non-league matches among the Three Rivers League rivals. The Eagles (15-19) went three sets with Pleasanton, winning 17-25, 25-8, 25-7. Holly Shinn had 9 aces during a 13-point run in the second set. Shinn was also 27 of 31 on attacks, with 14 kills. Lindsay Nietfeld finished 24 of 25 on attacks with 7 kills. Jana Wilkinson handed out 12 assists...
JV football wins season finale (10/24/14)
CHANUTE -- Fort Scott High School's junior varsity football season concluded here Monday night with a 38-0 shutout of Chanute. Vince Tome scored the first two touchdowns for the Tigers. The first came on a 60-yard run play. The next came on a 97-yard pass from quarterback Grant Goldston. Two-point conversions failed after each, leaving the score at 12-0...
UHS golfers compete at State (10/22/14)
Uniontown's Kyley Brown tied for 47th overall with a score of 120 at the state golf tournament at Emporia Municipal Golf Course. Teammate Kaylyn Crystal finished in a tie at 63 with a 128. Laryn Thompson was tied at 79 with a 142. The top two teams in the State were both from the same regional as the Eagles...
Harrison goes 0-2 at State tennis (10/21/14)
WINFIELD -- Fort Scott High junior Jennifer Harrison didn't have as long of a stay at the Class 4A State Tennis Tournament as she would have liked here this past weekend, going 0-2. But she finished the season with a record of 22-14 and will be back next season in a quest to qualify all four years of her high-school career...
Tigers 4th at Anderson County (10/21/14)
GARNETT -- Fort Scott High School volleyball finished in fourth place at the Anderson County Invitational here Saturday afternoon as the Tigers closed out regular-season play. Fort Scott (20-16) defeated Iola, 25-14, 25-19, in the first round of pool play. Ashley Cook had 7 kills, 6 assists and 7 digs for the Tigers. Elisha Hasenplaugh added 5 kills. Abi Keating handed out 10 assists and served 4 aces. Katie Gorman came up with 18 digs...
UHS volleyball winless at Central Heights (10/21/14)
RICHMOND -- Uniontown's volleyball team ran into a buzz saw of a tournament at Central Heights here Saturday, dropping outings to the hosts, Erie, Kansas City Chritsitan and Osawatomie. Uniontown fell to 13-19 with one regular-season triangular remaining tonight at home...
ONLINE FIRST: MdCV rallies to down Eagles (10/19/14)
Editor's Note: This information did not arrive to the Tribune office until Saturday afternoon. This summary will also be presented in Tuesday's print edition. The Tribune apologizes for any inconvenience caused by this stiuation. ---- UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown's football team lost the battle Friday night but the Eagles could still come out with a playoff berth if they can take care of business in their final two games of the regular season...
Going a little bit old school (10/18/14)
Tigers down Comets with smash-mouth offense, big-play defense
Westhoff claims SEK title (10/18/14)
CHERRYVALE -- Fort Scott High School junior Cassidy Westhoff claimed the Southeast Kansas League girls' cross-country title here Thursday, keeping that crown on the head of a Tiger for the fourth consecutive season. Westhoff joins Kati Jo Todd (1996), Heather Williams (2004-05) and Rienbolt (2011-13) as Fort Scott female champions. Her sister, Mallory, finished in seventh place...
No. 1 Miege sweeps; Blue Comets take SEK title (10/18/14)
cott High's volleyball team suffered a sweep here Thursday night at the hands of defending Class 4A State champ Bishop Miege in a non-league match and Chanute in a match that determined the SEK champion. Miege (26-7), State champion in either 4A or 5A five of the last six years, is ranked No. ...
Harrison to make third State appearance (10/17/14)
Fort Scott High School junior Jennifer Harrison got into playing tennis because her older sister, Corina, needed someone to practice with. "When I was in fifth grade, Corina, who was on the team when I was a freshman, said, 'I need someone to hit with me,' because she decided she wanted to play as a freshman (2009)," Jennifer said. "And I said, 'OK, I'll hit with you.' And then we just all started hitting as a family and I've liked it ever since."...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Tigers vs. Chanute -- Comets visit to open district play (10/17/14)
Class 4A-Division I District 4 play opens tonight when Chanute comes to Frary Field to meet Fort Scott High and Labette County hosts Paola. For those new to high-school football, the last three weeks of the regular season are district games, which are essentially a four-team round-robin playoff for two spots in the Class 4A-Division I playoffs...
FOOTBALL FRIDAY: Uniontown vs. Marais des Cygnes -- Tonight's clash key in playoff hunt (10/17/14)
Just three weeks into district play and tonight's game between Marais des Cygnes Valley and Uniontown will be one which goes a long way toward determining which teams advance to the Eight-Man Division I playoffs out of District 1 and where they will be playing their Bi-District playoff game...
Jones' hat trick carries Tigers (10/15/14)
Jonah Jones scored his second career hat trick Tuesday afternoon to lead Fort Scott High's soccer team to a 3-0 win over Columbus in a non-league match at Ellis Park. Jones, a senior, scored twice in the second half, when the Tigers (2-10) took control of the pace of play. His first hat track came on Sept. 9 of last year in a road game at Columbus...
Frosh roll to win over Indy (10/15/14)
Scoring in every quarter, Fort Scott High's ninth grade football team won Tuesday night's game with Independence in just about every way imaginable: on the ground, through the air, and via the defensive takeaway. The result was a 41-6 throttling, with standouts aplenty on both sides of the ball for the Tigers...
Eagles sending three to State (10/15/14)
FREDONIA -- Despite playing in terrible weather conditions, three members of Uniontown's golf team qualified for State from the Fredonia Class 3-2-1A Regional Tournament, played here Monday. While other tournaments -- including a Class 4A Regional less than 60 miles to the south in Coffeyville -- were postponed, they forged on in Fredonia with two inches of rain falling during play...
Tigers' season comes to close (10/15/14)
COFFEYVILLE -- The season came to a close for Fort Scott High School's golf team here Tuesday as the Tigers were unable to advance either individually or as a team from the Coffeyville Class 4A Regional Tournament. The tournament was moved back one day due to rain on Monday, but conditions still weren't ideal for most of the teams...
Eagles fourth in home tourney (10/14/14)
UNIONTOWN -- Uniontown finished fourth among 10 teams in its annual home volleyball invitational tournament Saturday. Olathe Metro Academy handed the Eagles (13-15) their only loss in pool play and went on to finish first in Pool B. "We had a good day of volleyball, going 3-2," Uniontown Head Coach Jackie Hall said. "We made some lineup adjustments, so this was the first time to see how they worked in match situations, and for the most part, things went well...
Harrison qualifies for third State trip (10/14/14)
CHANUTE -- Fort Scott junior Jennifer Harrison will be going to the Class 4A State Tournament for the third time in as many seasons after finishing sixth at the Chanute Class 4A Regional Tournament here over the weekend. Harrison (22-12) went 2-2 in the tournament, falling in the fifth-place match to Parsons' Sami Ford. The top six finishers in singles and doubles --one bracket for each -- advanced to State, which will be held in Winfield Friday and Saturday...
Tigers win fourth straight, 22-7 (10/11/14)
INDEPENDENCE -- Independence had some of the better offensive numbers in Friday night's Southeast Kansas League battle but Fort Scott High had the numbers that mattered most. Fort Scott's score was better, the most important number of the game. The Tigers took a 22-7 victory over the Bulldogs and improved to 5-1 on the season going into Class 4A District play, which begins next week...