The Barton Community College Lady Cougars enter Saturday night's basketball game against Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division foe Butler with an 11-5 overall mark.
Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference commissioner Bryce Roderick is going to be in attendance for Barton's game with the Butler Grizzlies, which is set for Saturday night at Kirkman Activity Center. The women's game tips off at 5:30, followed by the men's game at 7:30.
GARDEN CITY - After Garden City Community College upset the NJCAA No. 9-ranked Barton Cougars 66-47 on Wednesday night at Dennis Perryman Athletic Center, both teams got really upset.
GARDEN CITY - It's hard to make a run at a team when you're already faced with a 14-point halftime deficit.
Barton Community College men's basketball player Al Key was named the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Player of the Week for his play over the New Year's holiday extended.
Shooting guard Kevin Kuteyi gives the NJCAA No. 9-ranked Barton Community College men's basketball team's three-pronged guard attack - featuring Al Key, Turon Parker and Andell Cumberbatch - yet another dimension on the perimeter.
It was the first basketball game ever on Barton Community College's new LT & Sheila Fleske court, and it was the Lady Cougars' first home Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division tilt of the season.
LIBERAL - After falling to two-time defending Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division champion Seward in the league opener in each of the last three seasons, the NJCAA No. 9-ranked Barton Cougars got it right this time around.
LIBERAL - Things neither started well, nor ended well for the Barton Community College women's basketball team on Saturday night.
Barton Community College's men's basketball team is taking on a schedule during the next week that the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Kobe Bryant adhere to.
CHANUTE - After winning their first 13 games, the Barton Community College Cougars suffered their first loss of the season on Wednesday evening.
CHANUTE - After four days of practice and a month off from competition, the Barton Community College men's basketball team escaped with an 84-82 win over Missouri State University-West Plains on Tuesday night in the Sonic Shootout at Neosho County.
Returning from the holiday break, the Barton Community College women's basketball team has been rejuvenated.
Barton Community College is about to start its winter baseball camps.
Finally a game against a team not ranked in the Top 10. And with it finally a win snapping a 4-game losing streak.
Another meet and a growing list of qualifiers. That is the strategy for the Barton Community College men's indoor track team and it worked perfectly this past weekend in Lincoln, Neb.
It was another banner day on the track for Barton Community College standout Lydia Mato. The sophomore shattered the Barton women's record for the 5000m indoor by an astonishing 16 seconds to lead the Cougars during the Holiday Inn Invitational on the campus of the University of Nebraska.
It has been a hectic nine days for the Barton Community College men's basketball team. Nine days that including five games, three suspensions, two ranked opponents and one rival. Oh, yeah, and four wins.
It has been a rugged five days for the Barton Community College women's basketball team. About as tough a 5-day stretch as any team in the nation will see this season. It came to a conclusion Wednesday night with a loss Hutchinson, 73-45 at the Barton Gym.
The Jayhawk Conference only uses Monday's for some spot games and makeup games as a playing date for basketball. The Barton Community College men's basketball team might want to petition to make it a regular playing day.
It was a good old fashion Jayhawk West heavyweight fight – a good atmosphere in a loud building that came down to the wire.
Sometimes it is as simple as putting the ball in the basket. A lot of different factors weigh into a team's ability to win a basketball game but it can also be as simple as if a team can't make a basket it can't score and it can't win.
The first meet of the season is always a bit of a nervous time. Just seeing how each individual reacts to finally getting on the track and field and performing. That was the case for the Barton Community College men's track and field team as it opened up its indoor season at the Air Force Collegiate Open in Colorado Springs.
Coming off a very good cross country season it was no surprise the distance runners paced the Barton Community College women's team to open the 2015 Indoor track season.
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