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EL DORADO – A strong offensive game wasn’t enough to propel NCCC baseball over No. 2 KJCCC West Butler Community College Tuesday on the road.

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It all came down to this moment. Rylee Moseman served before Highland Community College’s Jenna Pfau returned an off-speed attack. Nyah Alexander recorded a dig and on the right side, Moseman set up Hannah Brisco, who spiked the volleyball down the line for the tournament-clinching score.

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ARKANSAS CITY – There is a reason why Cowley College is the No. 15 NJCAA Division I men’s basketball team in the nation. They proved it Wednesday night, beating Neosho County Community College 105-71 in the quarterfinals of the Region VI men’s basketball tournament at Cowley. NCCC hasn’t bea…

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ALTAMONT — The Chanute High School track team got off on the right foot with team titles in both boys and girls division, competing with eight other schools in the Labette County Invitational on Thursday.

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INDEPENDENCE – NCCC women’s basketball lost its fifth in a row and 12th out of its last 13 games following a loss to Independence by a score of 89-59. The men lost their third game in four tries after falling short 93-80 at Independence Wednesday night.

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Earlier this month, NJCAA Division I No. 6 Crowder tallied 11 home runs on a windy day versus Neosho en route to a win. In a rematch on Tuesday in Neosho, Mo., the longball put the game out of reach once more.

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In a back-and-forth volleyball game at Neosho County Community College Thursday night, the Panthers took down a proven Cloud County Community College team.

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COFFEYVILLE – Early on in the game Monday evening, it didn’t seem that the contest between the Neosho County and Coffeyville men would pan out the way it did. But Coffeyville, the No. 6 team in the nation, ended up winning 84-56 over NCCC – the Panthers’ worst defeat of the season.

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COFFEYVILLE – A willingness to battle a top team in the KJCCC was clearly on display Monday night in Coffeyville, but in the end, Neosho women’s basketball dropped its seventh game in a row 78-64, the closest loss since Jan. 27 versus Dodge City.