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Local Sports Archives for 2019-08

Red Ravens Home Opener Tomorrow


The Red Ravens look to rebound following a week 1 loss to Iowa Western. Fort Scott comes into town off an upset win over 14th ranked Highland. It's CCC's first home game of the season and Coach Aaron Flores says it'll be a good matchup against the Greyhounds.


The Ravens look to improve their numbers on the ground this week after averaging under one yard a carry. Coach Flores says the team needs to limit mistakes and focus on being more consistent. Kick off is tomorrow at 7:00pm with pregame at 6:30 on KUSN 98.1.

From a Bluestreak to a Bulldog


A late change in coaches as the Neodesha head football coach decided in May it was time to make a change and took the job at Independence High School. The Bulldogs have seen their fair share of struggles going a combined 2-16 the last two years. Head Coach John Black says part of those struggles came from being young which is now a benefit to him.


Coach Black says he has a good group of juniors who have been to all the camps, have stayed late at practices and have been constantly trying to improve. The Bulldogs face El Dorado week 1 who is coming off a 2-7 record last season.

New Look Pirates Start Season 1-0


Life after Last Chance U. A new football season is underway for Independence Community College and for the first time in two years it won't be followed by a Netflix camera crew. It's a fresh start for ICC they have a new president, a new athletic director and a new coach. Head Coach Kiyoshi Harris says he went from being a position coach to being like the CEO of the team.


The new season is already off to a good start as the Pirates are 1-0 with a 48-29 win over Dodge City on Saturday. The season doesn't get easier though as up next for ICC is Hutch who started the season ranked number five.

Red Ravens Bitten by Turnover Bug


Red Ravens drop the first game of the season to Iowa Western last night 36-14. Coffeyville was the first to get on the board scoring a touchdown on a 41 yard pass from Aubrey Williams to Isiah Taylor. Unfortunately some turnovers and missed field goals kept CCC from extending that lead in the first half and Iowa Western would tie it up at 7 before half time. The Reivers would seize control of the game in the third quarter scoring 16 points and putting the game out of reach. Statistically both teams were pretty even except in rushing, the Red Ravens had only 47 yards rushing on 50 carries.


Ravens look to get in the win column next week as they return to Veteran Memorial Stadium for the home opener against Fort Scott.

Red Ravens Football Back Tonight


Are you read for some football? The Coffeyville Community College Red Ravens are back in action tonight taking on Iowa Western in Council Bluffs, Iowa. Head Coach Aaron Flores says it was good to spend an offseason at full health.


Coach Flores says he still hasn't named a starting Quarterback, but says this is the most mobility he's ever had at that position. You can hear tonight's game on KUSN 98.1, pregame is at 5:30 with kick off at 6:00pm.


CCC Volleyball Picked as Preseason #1


After two straight national championships, the Coffeyville Community College volleyball team was recognized by the NJCAA as the team to beat coming into the 2019 season. The Red Ravens were picked to be the preseason #1 after receiving 138 points in the NJCAA's August 19 poll, beating out other programs such as #2 Parkland (IL) and #3 Johnson County (KS). 


Other programs in Kansas that made the preseason poll include Highland at #7 and Cowley at #8.

First Bluestreaks Practice Tonight


New year and new head football coach for the Neodesha Bluestreaks. First practice of the new season is tonight and Coach David Gillet says his experience and familiarity with Neodesha has made the transition easier.


First game of the season for Neodesha is September 6th at home against one of the better teams in the district Humboldt. You can listen to the full interview with Coach Gillet this Saturday as apart of our Coach's Breakfast at The Yoke.

Five Chiefs in NFL Top 100


The NFL released the Top 10 of their NFL Top 100 list last night. These rankings are voted on by the players and coming in at number four was Kansas City Chiefs Patrick Mahomes. He was the second highest rated quarterback behind Drew Brees who was voted the the second best player in the league and in front of Tom Brady who came in at number six. Other Chiefs showing up in the Top 100 include Tackle Mitchell Schwartz at 94, Defensive Tackle Chris Jones at 36, Travis Kelce, who was the highest ranked tight end, at 21 and Wide Receiver Tyreek Hill at 19. Other players in the Top 10 include Broncos Von Miller at 10, Rams Todd Gurley at 5 and Rams Aaron Donald at 1.


Also in the Top 100 former Kstate Wildcat Tyler Lockett at 98.

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