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‘Hound Men’s Basketball meet and greet

‘Hound Men’s Basketball meet and greet

X‘Hound Men’s Basketball meet and greet

‘Hound Men’s Basketball meet and greet

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The FSCC Greyhound Men’s Basketball team will be hosting their first annual “Meet the Greyhounds Night” at Arnold Arena on October 30, 2014 at 6 p.m. The event will give fans, alumni and the community a chance to watch and interact with student-athletes from this year’s team.

The evening will include introductions of the student-athletes, followed by practice, and an inter-squad scrimmage. The event will end with the recognition of the 2013-2014 Region VI and KJCCC DII Men’s Basketball Championship banner, the NJCAA DII Men’s Basketball National Tournament banner, and an autograph session with the student-athletes.

Head Coach Michael Cook, who received the KJCCC DII Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year 2013-2014, said: “Last year’s success was a result of our players buying into the process of becoming a great team, and we’re excited to honor their success on this night. We’re also excited to get the upcoming season underway.”
The Greyhounds open up the regular season on the road against Barton County Community College on October 31.
FSCC Rodeo hosts the Dan VandeWynkel Alumni Rodeo on Saturday.

FSCC Rodeo hosts the Dan VandeWynkel Alumni Rodeo on Saturday.

XFSCC Rodeo hosts the Dan VandeWynkel Alumni Rodeo on Saturday.

FSCC Rodeo hosts the Dan VandeWynkel Alumni Rodeo on Saturday.

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Fort Scott, Kansas – Fort Scott Community College’s Rodeo Team will be hosting the Dan VandeWynkel Alumni Rodeo October 25, 2014. Performances are scheduled for 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in Arnold Arena.

Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for children and $10 for families (two adults plus children).

Events include bareback, barrel racing, breakaway, bull riding, calf roping, goat tying, saddle bronc, steer wrestling and team roping. Events are open to FSCC alumni and Monday, October 20 was the last day to register.

Chad Cross, Head Rodeo Coach said, “We love hosting the alumni rodeo every year. It’s a great chance to showcase new and old talents.”

The Rodeo Team will also host an athlete auction at 6 p.m. that day. Community members are welcome to bid on a few hours of hard work from various rodeo athletes. All money raised will go towards supporting rodeo athletics.

The Alumni Rodeo is named for former Dean of Students and psychology instructor, Dan VandeWynkel. VandeWynkel had a special place in his heart for FSCC rodeo.

For information, please call Chad Cross or Cali Griffin at (620) 223-2700 x. 7020.

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Livestock Judging Team hosts “Fear Farm.”

Livestock Judging Team hosts “Fear Farm.”

XLivestock Judging Team hosts “Fear Farm.”

Livestock Judging Team hosts “Fear Farm.”

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Fort Scott, Kansas – The Fort Scott Community College will be hosting a spooky “Fear Farm” this Halloween to raise money for Livestock Judging Team activities. “Fear Farm” will run from 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. on October 24, 25 and 31.

Livestock Judging Coach Ryan Page said that the spook level is rated for pre-teens and older.

Page added, “We want people to come out and have a great time. What we’re doing might be too intense for young children, but I’m sure every parent’s mileage varies.”

This is the third year that the team has hosted a spooky fundraiser. It is quickly becoming an event for the community to look forward to every year.

The trail will start at the FSCC Ag Barn at Highway 54 West in Fort Scott. Attendees should travel west on highway 54 and turn at the gas station on the left. There will be a white barn on a hill with two silos.

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FSCC Meat Judging Team was Reserve Champion at American Royal Contest in Omaha

FSCC Meat Judging Team was Reserve Champion at American Royal Contest in Omaha

XFSCC Meat Judging Team was Reserve Champion at American Royal Contest in Omaha

FSCC Meat Judging Team was Reserve Champion at American Royal Contest in Omaha

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Fort Scott, Kansas – The Fort Scott Community College Meat Judging Team won several awards, including overall Reserve Champion at the American Royal Intercollegiate Meat Judging Contest in Omaha, Nebraska on October 5.

Jenilee Martin, FSCC’s Meat Judging Coach said of the results, “I am very proud of this team and how far we have come. I am excited to see what these kids can do in the next two contests!”

In addition to being named the Reserve Champion Team in the A-Division the FSCC Meat Judging team won the Beef Grading, Total Beef and Placing Divisions.

In the individual standings, Lane Johnson tied for 1st, but received 2nd place High Individual; 1st in Beef Grading; 4th in Pork Judging; 1st in Beef Judging; 1st in Total Beef and 3rd in the Questions Division. Johnson is from Eureka, Kansas.

Nikki Harris was named 5th High Individual and won 3rd in Lamb Judging; 3rd in Beef Judging; and 4th in the Total Placings divisions. Harris is from Hepler, Kansas.

Natalie Hill was named 6th High Individual and won 2nd in Lamb Judging; 5th in Pork Judging; and 5th in the Questions Division. Hill is from Paola, Kansas.

James Spieth was 10th High Individual and won 1st in Placings. Spieth is from Farlington, Kansas.

Ben Walker was the 5th High Alternate. Walker is from Nevada, Missouri.

The Meat Judging Team will next be travelling to Beef Empire Days in Garden City, KS on October 18 and 19.

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Fifteen high schools to visit FSCC for Math Contest

Fifteen high schools to visit FSCC for Math Contest

XFifteen high schools to visit FSCC for Math Contest

Fifteen high schools to visit FSCC for Math Contest

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Fort Scott, Kansas – Fort Scott Community College will be hosting a math contest for high school students on October 16th. Currently, fifteen high schools, including Appleton City, Drexel R-IV, Ballard R-II (Butler), Christian Learning Center, Osawatomie, Uniontown, Covenant Academy, Christian Heights, Pleasanton, Louisburg, Jayhawk-Linn, Fort Scott, Yates Center, Basehor-Linwood, and Prairie View, will bring close to 400 students to the Fort Scott campus.

Kathy Malone, math faculty at FSCC, said of the entries, “This is the most entries we have had since we started in 2009. Testing will take place in the round rooms in Bailey Hall where as many as 53 students will be competing against each other at each grade level for each test.”

Students will compete in up to four out of ten contests available. Contests include Equations and Inequalities; Mental Math (9th Grade) or Euclidean Geometry (10th, 11th, or 12th Grade); Algebra; Analytical Geometry; Simplifications; Computational Math (9th, 10th, or 11th Grade) or Trigonometry (12th Grade); Set Theory; Word Problems; Number Theory; and a ‘Potpourri’ test.

Students will have the chance to win individual medals for first, second and third place in each event for each grade level. Math tags will be given to every participant. Brandon Malone Plumbing has donated first, second and third place plaques for the top three schools.

Malone added, “I am looking forward to a great math contest. It is always fun to watch how excited students get when they finish in the top five of a test and especially if they win a medal for placing in the top three. The public is cordially invited to our Awards Ceremony in the auditorium of the Ellis Fine Arts Center beginning at 1:00 pm on October 16th.”

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‘Hound Men’s Basketball meet and greet

‘Hound Men’s Basketball meet and greet

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The FSCC Greyhound Men’s Basketball team will be hosting their first annual “Meet the Greyhounds Night” at Arnold Arena on October 30, 2014 at 6 p.m. The event will give fans, alumni and the community a chance to watch and interact with student-athletes from this year’s team.

The evening will include introductions of the student-athletes, followed by practice, and an inter-squad scrimmage. The event will end with the recognition of the 2013-2014 Region VI and KJCCC DII Men’s Basketball Championship banner, the NJCAA DII Men’s Basketball National Tournament banner, and an autograph session with the student-athletes.

Head Coach Michael Cook, who received the KJCCC DII Men’s Basketball Coach of the Year 2013-2014, said: “Last year’s success was a result of our players buying into the process of becoming a great team, and we’re excited to honor their success on this night. We’re also excited to get the upcoming season underway.”
The Greyhounds open up the regular season on the road against Barton County Community College on October 31.

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