The 2013 class of Barton Community College Hall of Fame inductees were welcomed into the fold during a ceremony at Kirkman Activity Center on Saturday afternoon.
It came down to a final shot by Barton Community College point guard Erin Copeland.
With sole possession of second place at stake, Seward County and Barton went back and forth in a Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division matchup on Saturday night at Kirkman Activity Center.
The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference grind has not been easy for the Barton Lady Cougars.
Part 1 was accomplished on Wednesday night, when the NJCAA No. 19-ranked Barton Community College Cougars basketball team dismantled Cloud County 60-41 at Kirkman Activity Center.
Steve Johnson, Larry Schugart and Kurt Budke are on the threshold of entering the Barton Community College Sports Hall of Fame.
This Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Western Division basketball game had all of the earmarks of a blowout.
When the Barton Community College Lady Cougars closed the gap on Cloud County, a few turnovers would allow the Lady Thunderbirds regain a lead on Wednesday night.
As far as Barton Community College head basketball coach Craig Fletchall is concerned, the Cougars need to ratchet up their play.
PRATT - Leading 31-25 at halftime, the Barton Community College Lady Cougars looked set to pounce on Jayhawk West win No. 3.
PRATT - Barton Community College's Al Key recorded his fourth double-double of the season in leading the Cougars past Pratt on Saturday night.
The mid-range, pull-up jump shot seems to be a dying art these days.
Shaky at times, the Barton Community College women's basketball team never really put Colby away.
The brand-new basketball court installed in Kirkman Activity Center on the Barton Community College campus over the holiday break has been dedicated.
Coming off a loss isn't really something to write home about.
Getting a sweep Friday was going to be an arduous task for the Barton Community College softball team. Things started good enough for the Cougars but they could not complete the sweep of the Jayhawk West leaders.
EMPORIA- With two remaining conference meets left to the season, the Barton Community College women's golf team have the luxury of already claiming the conference championship as the Lady Cougars won their fourth straight conference meet this past Monday with a sixty-two stroke victory. Held at the Emporia Municipal Golf Course, Barton held a commanding thirty-nine stroke lead after day one's eighteen holes before widening the gap on Monday's final nine holes. Barton shot a team score of 517 to easily outdistance second place Colby Community College's 579 and Dodge City Community College's 589. Barton ...