Winning at the Sports Arena was a task Craig Fletchall found very difficult for much of his career. Recently, however, it has become much easier for the Barton Community College men's basketball coach.
The task was a big one indeed. Traveling to face the top ranked team in the nation on its home court. It was a task that proved too tall for the Barton Community College women to accomplish.
As February home openers go Wednesday afternoon couldn't have gone much better for the Barton Community College softball team.
Three more Barton Community College men earned their spot at the NJCAA National Indoor Track Meet with marks this past weekend at the University of Nebraska in the Husker Invitational.
The Brent Biggs era is underway.
With the Region VI meet just a couple weeks away, Coach Dave Schenek is working his personnel. The Barton Community College track coach took a limited number of women to the Husker Invitational.
For 20 minutes Monday night the Barton Community College women's basketball team looked on the way to an upset of Butler.
Don't look now but the Barton Community College men's basketball team is back in the Jayhawk West race.
One loss, more than others, was more stinging to the Barton Community College basketball team in conference play. Four of the five losses came to the top three teams in the Jayhawk West – teams that have only lost to each other.
Oh those second halves. It is those final 20 minutes in which the Barton Community College men's basketball team seems to thrive.
With the Jayhawk West title pretty much out of reach the focus for the Barton Community College women's basketball team has turned to finishing in the top four in the Jayhawk West and with it a home game to start Region VI play.
Perhaps it is the kind of win that will change the momentum.
This past weekend marked the halfway point of the indoor season for the Barton Community College women's track team. The Cougars traveled to Lubbock, Texas for the Masked Rider Invitational on the campus of Texas Tech University.
The Indoor track season continues to produce NJCAA qualifiers for the Barton Community College men's track team with another dozen earning a spot this past weekend at the Masked Rider Open on the campus of Texas Tech University.
No doubt winning at the Green House was going to be a tough task. Much like its most recent road trip to Arley Bryant Gym in Concordia, the Barton Community College women's basketball team had not won in the building since 2007.
Playing without its top player made life pretty tough for the Barton Community College tennis team Tuesday afternoon. In the Cougars' only home match of the season, Barton played without Daniela Sanz and lost to Jayhawk foe Seward County.
The Barton Community College men knew the task was going to be a tough one. After all, Seward Community College came to town ranked No. 3 in the nation in men's tennis. Tuesday at Veterans' Park the Saints showed why.
The busy stretch continued for the Barton Community College softball team Tuesday afternoon in Pratt. And for the second straight Jayhawk West doubleheader the Cougars left town with a split.
After enduring a stretch of 16 games in 16 days the Barton Community College was back at it after just one day of rest. This time, though, it was just a single game. A typical midweek game against a junior varsity team.
The 2015 outdoor season started for the Barton Community College women's track team this past weekend in a big way. The Cougars traveled to the University of Alabama to compete in a loaded John Mitchell Alabama Relays.
Coming off the heels of a successful indoor season, the Barton
It was a weekend to step away from Jayhawk West play but the results were similar for the Barton Community College baseball team – another split.
After bolting to a great start to the season the Barton Community College softball team found itself with a 4-game losing streak after dropping the opener at Garden City Saturday. The Cougars ended that in emphatic style with an 11-2 win in the finale.
Ahmad Walker established himself as one of the top players in the Jayhawk West during a terrific sophomore season. The coaches in the conference felt he was the best, selecting the Barton Community College guard as the Most Valuable Player in the conference this season.
A pair of standout seasons ended with a second team All Jayhawk West selection for Phikala Anthony. The Memphis sophomore just missed a first team selection as the highest vote total on the second team. She was the lone Barton Community College Cougars to earn recognition.
The last out of an inning is often times the toughest out. The Barton Community College softball team experienced that Saturday in a doubleheader loss to Dodge City.
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