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Hutchinson beats Butler women for Region VI crown

Third-ranked Hutchinson and No. 6 Butler waged a battle Saturday befitting of two of the NJCAA’s best women’s teams. And, fittingly, it went down to the final tenth of a second.

Hutchinson tempo stalls Butler in Region VI men’s quarterfinals

Rivals Butler and Hutchinson had split their regular-season men’s basketball games, and Thursday’s Region VI quarterfinal was tied, fittingly, at 34-all at halftime.

Hutch women remain unbeaten

Hutchinson’s third-ranked women’s team followed a formula in Wednesday’s Region VI opener that has brought the Blue Dragons the past two region titles.

Butler women’s almost perfect season shifts to Koch Arena

Forgive Mike Helmer, despite all his gifts, for being a little aggrieved.

Tabor smashes Southwestern for title

Aside from the postgame Gatorade bath, Monday’s KCAC women’s basketball championship game was less stressful for Tabor coach Shawn Reed than he planned.

Tabor Bluejays outlast Sterling for KCAC title

Two baskets in the first minute-plus of overtime Monday night afforded the opportunity for Tabor men’s basketball team to do something it hadn’t done for the previous 40 — be patient.

Tabor upsets Friends men, women in KCAC semifinals

For 17 long minutes, Tabor center Andrew Thomas sat on the bench and watched his teammates struggled against No. 24 Friends in the first half of their KCAC Tournament semifinal Saturday afternoon.

KCAC champ Southwestern women rolling into tourney semifinals

Having run the table in the regular season, the Southwestern College women’s team will try to take another step forward in Saturday’s KCAC Tournament semifinal against Kansas Wesleyan at 2:30 p.m. in Winfield.

Top seed Friends slips past Southwestern in KCAC tourney

Top-seeded Friends struggled past Southwestern 55-52 in the quarterfinals of the KCAC Tournament on Thursday night at Garvey Gymnasium.

Friends women top Bethel in KCAC quarterfinals

The Friends women’s basketball team overcame a rough night on offense and beat Bethel 49-39 Wednesday night at Garvey Gymnasium in the quarterfinals of the KCAC Tournament.

Hot Friends easily takes KCAC lead

One made three-pointer every 109 seconds, one half of basketball featuring 11 daggers, and one decisive swing in the KCAC standings as a result.

Ciabattoni’s career night lifts Newman

Newman sophomore Alexandra Ciabattoni scored a career-high 39 points to lead the Jets to a 80-75 win over Oklahoma Panhandle State on Saturday in Goodwell, Okla.

Mitchell scores 45 in Friends victory

Joe Mitchell scored 45 points, helping Friends beat Bethany 111-103 on Thursday night in Lindsborg.

Pyle’s free throws seal Jets’ victory

McPherson native and Hutchinson Community College product Jack Pyle hit two free throws with 18 seconds left to lift Newman to a 68-67 win over McMurry on Saturday in Wichita.

Wednesday’s small-college, junior-college signings

EMPORIA STATE

Cuyler helps Newman top Lubbock Christian

Marquis Cuyler scored eight of Newman’s final 10 points to help the Jets beat Lubbock Christian 76-74 on Thursday night at Fugate Gymnasium.

Tabor knocks off No. 21 Friends

Tabor’s Robbie Samuel considers himself a defensive stopper, someone qualified to give an honest judgment on how to defend the NAIA’s No. 1 scorer in Joe Mitchell.

Sterling hands Friends its first KCAC loss

Braden Thompson scored 32 points to help Sterling beat Friends 91-87 of Saturday night in Sterling, the Falcons’ first conference loss of the season.

Newman, Friends pick up road wins

Marquis Cuyler paced a hot-shooting Newman team to a 91-76 Heartland Conference victory over Dallas Baptist on Thursday night in Dallas.

Newman man fall again

Arkansas-Fort Smith defeated the Newman men 83-78 on Saturday in Wichita, dropping the Jets to 4-10 overall, 1-5 in the Heartland Conference.

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