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Sophomore guard Andrew Ballock (No. 15)
April 10, 2017 Andrew Ballock heading to D-II power Drury University 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.
Cloud County sophomore Deon Lyle
March 29, 2017 Lyle inks with University of Texas at San Antonio CONCORDIA, Kansas ? Cloud County Community College men?s basketball player Deon Lyle found his four-year home over the weekend, signing Division I with the University of Texas at San Antonio in Conference USA.
March 14, 2017 Cloud County has three basketball players named to Region VI All-Region Teams CONCORDIA, Kansas — The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced the All-Region VI basketball teams on Tuesday, with three Cloud County Community College student-athletes receiving honors.
March 7, 2017 Cloud County basketball has six players receive All-Conference honors on Monday CONCORDIA, Kansas — The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference released its All-Conference teams on Monday. Players were nominated by their head coach and voted on by the rest of the head coaches in their respective divisions.
Sophomore guard Aamahne Santos
March 3, 2017 T-Birds fall 82-76 to Pratt in first round of Region VI Tournament CONCORDIA, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College men’s basketball team suffered a heartbreaking 82-76 loss to Pratt Community College on Thursday, ending the No. 4 seeded T-Birds season in the first round of the Region VI Tournament.
Sophomore guard Rashun Allen
February 28, 2017 Cloud records 20th win, clinch fourth seed in regular season finale against Independence CONCORDIA, Kansas — The Cloud County Community College men’s basketball team took control of its own destiny Monday night, locking up the No. 4 spot in the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference standings with a 68-55 victory over Independence on Sophomore Night.