ARKANSAS CITY, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College lost a pair of tightly contested games Wednesday to Cowley College, playing toe-to-toe with the No. 11 ranked Tigers as it fell 4-1 in Game One and 2-1 in Game Two.
WICHITA, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College track and field teams had a solid showing at the 70th K.T. Woodman Classic, hosted by Wichita State University on Friday and Saturday at Cessna Stadium.
CONCORDIA, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College baseball team tallied its 20th win of the season on Saturday, outlasting Metropolitan Community College-Longview in a 16-14 slugfest to conclude a three-game set.
CONCORDIA, Kansas — Cloud County Community College sophomore sprinter Marjorie Thompson will get to continue her academic and athletic career a little closer to home as the Houston, Texas native signed her National Letter of Intent on Tuesday to run track at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana.
HESSTON, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College baseball team began a stretch of six straight non-conference games with a bang, sweeping a road doubleheader against Hesston College on Tuesday with a 6-2 win in Game One and a 16-6 slugfest in Game Two.
CONCORDIA, Kansas — “A little bit of everything.”
It’s what Cloud County Community College sophomore Andrew Ballock excelled at doing during his one season in Concordia. It’s what the Drury University Panthers want. And it’s what both parties anticipate will happen the next two seasons after the versatile guard signed with the NCAA Division II powerhouse over the weekend.
EL DORADO, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College track and field teams had a huge Saturday at the Everett Kohl Invitational, hosted by Butler Community College, as the T-Birds had 11 event winners, posted three NJCAA national qualifying times and saw a 39-year-old school record fall.
CHANUTE, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College softball team returned to the field Friday following a 10-day layoff due to recent rains, earning a road split against Neosho County Community College.
CONCORDIA, Kansas — This Saturday and Sunday, Cloud County Community College will once again host some of the best senior high school volleyball and basketball student-athletes in the state of Kansas as the annual North Central Kansas All-Star Weekend returns to Arley Bryant Gymnasium.
HAYS, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College baseball team concluded a four-game set against Seward County Community College on Sunday, splitting the final two games of what was both an encouraging and infuriating series for the T-Birds.