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Local Sports Archives for 2019-06

Red Raven Athletic Golf Tournament


Don't forget to sign up for the CCC Red Raven Athletic Golf Tournament, set to be held on Saturday, July 20th. Registration is due by July 12.


Registration is $60 per person and $30 per cart. Competitors may also purchase a maximum of two mulligans for $10. Tickets will be sold throughout the day for a chance to win prizes, with other prizes available in a multitude of ways.


Sign-in will start at 8 a.m on the day of the tournament, with a shotgun start at 9.


Applications can be found at the CCC website or by clicking here. To mail in your application, send your completed form to Jana Kastler, CCC Athletic Department. 400 W. 11th in Coffeyville or email Jana at

Vote Dozier


With the first round of MLB All Star voting done one Royal has advanced to the next round. The top three vote getters at each position have advanced to the next round to see who will be the All Star game starter. Royals third basemen Hunter Dozier is competing against Astros Alex Bregman and Yankees Gio Urshela. Dozier currently ranks first among AL third baseman in AVG, OBP, SLG and OPS.


In other Royals news the team has designated struggling reliever Brad Boxberger for assignment and optioned Eric Skoglund to Triple A after return from his PED suspension.


2019 CCC Football Schedule Released


A lot of travel expected for the 2019 Coffeyville Community College Red Ravens. They open up the football season on August 22nd on the road in Council Bluffs, Iowa taking on Iowa Western, then return home to face Fort Scott on August 31st before heading back to Iowa to take on Iowa Central on September 7th. Back to back home games next for CCC as they take on Butler on September 14th and Highland on September 21st. Back on the road as the Ravens travel to Little Rock, Arkansas for a game against Arkansas Baptist College on September 28th. They'll alternate home and away games to finish out the season as they take on Dodge City at home on October 5th, on the road at Hutchinson on October 12th, hosting Independence on October 19th, back on the road to Garden City on the October 26th and wrapping up the regular season with Homecoming against Ellsworth on November 2nd.


All Red Ravens games can be heard on 98.1 KUSN, the KUSN app and online at under the KUSN listen live section.

Last Chance U Returns in July


Netflix's Last Chance U: Indy Part 2 is set to debut in the middle of July. Coming off a Kansas Jayhawk Conference Championship in 2017 the Pirates were confident heading into the 2018 season. The Last Chance U crew will follow a drastic drop off as the ICC football team goes 2-8 in the 2018 season. With the camera crews already gone it will be interesting to see if the show discusses any of the events involving now former Head Coach Jason Brown and the German football player Alexandros Alexiou.


Part 2 will debut July 19th on Netflix.

Merrifield Makes Case for All Star Team


The Royals won their third game in a row last night 9-0 over the Seattle Mariners and they were led in part by the bat of Whit Merrifield. With a 3-4 night that included 2 home runs and 6 RBI's, Merrifield was making his case for the All Star Team. Merrifield is the current MLB leader in hits with 93 and he's last year's reigning hits leader. Shortstop Adalberto Mondesi also leads the majors with 8 triples and 27 stolen bases. Jorge Soler is second in the American Leage in home runs with 20, extra base hits with 37 and RBI's with 52.


Get your All Star votes in for these Royals and more before the deadline this Friday.


All Star Voting Ends Friday


Four days left to vote your Royals into the 2019 All Star Game. Voting ends Friday at 3:00 in the afternoon. You can vote up to 5 times every 24 hours from a given device, so if you have a tablet, smart phone and computer you can vote 5 times on each one each day. With the most recent update Martin Maldonado has fallen to 10th among catchers, Whit Merrifield is 5th among second basemen, Hunter Dozier is the highest Royal vote receiver in 3rd place among third basemen and Adalberto Mondesi has fallen to 9th among shortstops. The game is July 9th at Progressive Field in Cleveland, OH.


Vote Here

30th Annual Sunflower State Games


The tradition continues at the 30th Anniversary of the Sunflower State Games. The annual multi-sport festival will take place July 12-14, 19-21 and 26-28 in Topeka. Kansans of all ages and skill levels are invited to participate in more than 40 different sports. Over 7,500 athletes are expected to come to the capital city from all four corners of the state for the opportunity to bring home the gold. Last year over 7,000 athletes competed in 47 different sports with particpants ranging form 3 to 92 years old. Over half were under the age of 18. The events will take place at 30 different venues and will include sports like baseball, basketball, corn hole, disc golf and pickleball to name a few.


Registration is open for anyone who want to partipate in this years games.


Lady Nado Basketball Camp


New Field Kindley High School Girls Basketball Coach Anita Walker will be hosting a basketball camp coming up towards the end of the month. The camp is June 24th through the 27th from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Registration is at 10:30 on the 24th. Coach Walker says the camp is open to all ages and it is for everyone in the surrounding area. The camp is free but donations for the Lady Golden Tornado basketball team are welcome. If you have any questions you can contact Coach Walker at (405)821-1605.


Participants will need to bring their own basketball.

CRC Switches to Flag Football


Due to continued studies that have found an association between head injuries sustained during participation in youth tackle football and impairments later in life, the Coffeyville Recreation Commission would like to announce beginning in the fall of 2019, all youth football leagues will be flag football oriented. The only equipment to be used going forward will be Mouth Pieces and Flags. Input from local and state coaches emphasize safety should be the first priority. With the greater risk of brain related problems associated with playing youth tackle football area coaches, the CRC Board, and the CRC Sports Advisory Committee’s focus is the safety of participants while developing physical skill and mental readiness.


Coffeyville Recreation Commission strives to ensure a positive safe environment for the youth.

Vote Royals


10 days left to vote for your favorite Royals for the 2019 All Star Game. This year's game is July 9th in Cleveland, OH. You can vote up to five times day from the same device and voting will end June 21st at 3:00pm. With the most recent voting update Martin Maldonado is currently ranked 9th among catchers, Whit Merrifield is 6th among second basemen, Hunter Dozier is 3rd in third basemen voting and Adalberto Mondesi is 8th amongst short stops.


You can vote by going to

KSHAA Selects 2019-2020 Championship Sites


The Kansas State High School Activities Association (KSHSAA) announced yesterday the locations of the championship sites for the 2019-2020 Fall and Winter seasons. A full list can be viewed below.


Girls Tennis (October 18-19)

6A – Topeka Washburn Rural @ Kossover Tennis Center

5A – Pittsburg HS

4A – Wellington HS @ TH Vaughn Tennis Center, Winfield

3-2-1A – PV KC Christian HS @ Harmon Park, PV


Girls Golf (October 21-22)

6A - Hutchinson, Carey Park Golf Course

5A - Emporia Municipal Golf Course

4A - Hesston Golf Course

3-1A - Salina Municipal Golf Course


Gymnastics – (October 26)

All Classes - Olathe South HS


Volleyball (November 1-2)

6A and 5A – Salina, Tony’s Pizza Events Center

4A and 3A – Hutchinson, Sports Arena

2A and 1A – Dodge City, United Wireless Arena


Cross Country (November 2)

6A, 5A and 3A - Lawrence, Rim Rock Farm

4A, 2A and 1A - Wamego Country Club


Boys Soccer (November 8-9)

6A - Topeka, Hummer Sports Park

5A - Spring Hill HS

4-1A - Wichita, Stryker Complex


Gameday Spirit Showcase (November 23)

All Classes - Topeka, Expocentre


Football (November 30)

6A - Emporia State University, Welch Stadium

5A - Pittsburg State University

4A - Topeka, Hummer Sports Park

3A - Hutchinson CC - Gowans Stadium

2A - Salina, USD 305 District Stadium

1A - Fort Hays State, Lewis Field


Debate (January 17-18)

6A - Hutchinson High School

5A - Hutchinson High School

4-1A - Fort Scott High School


Boys Swimming and Diving (February 20-22)

6A, Topeka, Capitol Federal Natatorium at Hummer Sports Park

5-1A, Topeka, Capitol Federal Natatorium at Hummer Sports Park


Piano (February 22)

All Classes - Wichita State University


Girls Wrestling (February 27)

Salina, Tony’s Pizza Event Center


Boys Wrestling (February 28-29)

6A – Wichita, Hartman Arena

5A – Wichita, Hartman Arena

4A – Salina, Tony’s Pizza Event Center

3-1A – Fort Hays State University, Gross Memorial Coliseum


Bowling (March 5-6)

6A – Wichita, Northrock Lanes (March 5)

5-1A – Wichita, Northrock Lanes (March 6)


Boys and Girls Basketball (March 11-14)

6A – Wichita State University, Charles Koch Arena

5A – Emporia, White Auditorium

4A – Salina, Tony’s Pizza Event Center

3A – Hutchinson, Hutchinson Sports Arena

2A – Manhattan, Kansas State University, Bramlage Coliseum

1A – Dodge City, United Wireless Arena

CCC Quack Clash Set for June 8th


CCC is set to hold this year's "Quack Clash" on Saturday, June 8th, at Veterans Memorial Stadium. The event is a fundraiser for Coffeyville Community College Athletics and will run from 6 p.m. to about 10 that evening. C.C.C's Yvonne Hull mentioned the time change was one of the few changes they made to the event but overall it will be similar to last year.


Potential competitors may purchase an amount of ducks under their name to race on a water course. There are a limited number of ducks available, but Hull stressed entries are still being accepted at this time. The winner will receive $1500, with cash prizes also going to 2nd through 6th place. All money raised during the event will go to college scholarships and various community organizations.


The winner of the event does not have to be present to receive prizes, and the event is open to non-competitors. There will be live music, food, and games as well. For more information, click here.

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