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May 18, 2017 Cloud County to send 27 student-athletes to NJCAA National Outdoor Championships CONCORDIA, Kansas ? Thursday marks the first day of the final meet in the 2017 season for the Cloud County Community College track and field teams. A total of 27 student-athletes will make the bus trip down to Hutchinson, Kansas for the NJCAA Division I National Outdoor Championships.
May 17, 2017 Three T-Birds receive KJCCC West All-Conference honors CONCORDIA, Kansas — The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) announced the All-Conference lists for the 2017 baseball season on Wednesday, which included three key members from Cloud County Community College.
May 9, 2017 Four T-Birds named All-District D, Ummel adds All-Conference Honorable Mention CONCORDIA, Kansas — The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) released the Division II All-Conference softball teams and NJCAA Region VI Division II All-District D teams on Monday, which included four players from Cloud County Community College.
Freshman outfielder Matt Bondarchuk (Photo courtesy of Ben Smith).
May 8, 2017 Cloud County baseball team set or tie 16 school records in breakout 2017 season CONCORDIA, Kansas — Baseball is a numbers game. And by all accounts, the 2017 season will go down as a memorable and historic one for the Cloud County Community College baseball team as it tied or set 16 school records this spring.
Cloud County players take a knee before Game One of Region VI Playoffs series against Neosho County (Courtesy of Ben Smith)
May 7, 2017 T-Birds' season ends in Game Three of Region VI Playoff series against Neosho County CHANUTE, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College baseball team had its strong 2017 campaign come to an end on Sunday, falling 11-1 in seven innings to Neosho County Community College in Game Three of the two teams’ Region VI Playoffs matchup.
Cloud County sophomore Nayoka Clunis competes in the hammer throw
May 7, 2017 Cloud track teams combine for nine event wins in Region VI/KJCCC Outdoor Championships ARKANSAS CITY, Kansas — As they did during the indoor season, the Cloud County Community College track and field teams showed up to the Region VI/KJCCC Championships came in with high expectations and left with a trophy room worth of hardware.