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May 30, 2017 Cloud County assistants land summer coaching opportunities CONCORDIA, Kansas — The coaching staff for the Cloud County Community College baseball team will spend the dog days of summer in various destinations as all three T-Bird assistants — Eric Dorton, Kody Sindelar and Ryan Wilkinson — have summer coaching gigs lined up from the beginning of June through mid-August.
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 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.
May 6, 2017 Cloud wins Game Two, force deciding Game Three in Region VI Playoff series against Neosho County CHANUTE, Kansas — Sophomore Drew Scrimsher flew out of the Cloud County Community College dugout Saturday, ecstatically pumping his fist like Tiger Woods at the 2005 Masters, seconds after the final out in the T-Birds' victory over Neosho County Community College — a shallow fly out induced by freshman pitcher Patrick Rosborough — settled into the glove of right-fielder, Trae McDaniel.
May 5, 2017 T-Birds fall 11-4 in Region VI Playoffs series opener against Neosho County CHANUTE, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College baseball team fell 11-4 on Friday in the first game of a best of three series against Neosho County Community College to open the Region VI Playoffs.
May 1, 2017 T-Birds conclude regular season with split against No. 18 ranked Barton TOPEKA, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College baseball team concluded its regular season schedule on Monday, finishing up its four-game series against No. 18 Barton Community College with a doubleheader played at Washburn University due to rain over the weekend.