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Local Sports Archives for 2020-06

Montgomery County Falls Twice to Iola


The Montgomery County Cardinals suffered two consecutive losses to the Iola Indians on Tuesday, falling 10-4 in the first game and 14-7 in the runback.


The Cardinals could not find a handle to curb the offensive onslaught of the Indians, falling behind in the first inning of both games and playing catchup for the rest of the night. Iola racked up 20 hits across the two games, and scored at least 2 runs in 5 out of 6 innings in the second contest. 


Ty Wintjen took the loss for the Cardinals in the first game, while Matthew Redden was the losing pitcher for the second game. Seth Martinez picked up two hits in the first game, the only Cardinal to record a multi-hit game for the night.


Montgomery County (10-9) will be back in action this Thursday for a doubleheader with Fredonia. Both games will be broadcast, much like the rest of the season, on Star 98.9, KQQF.

Wrestling Coach Named Nado Coach of the Year


The Field Kindley High School wrestling coach has been named 2019-2020 Coach of the Year. The Booster Club presented Head Coach Spencer McGlothin with the award. Coach McGlothin, who is going into his 6th season, says when he took over there were just 14 students on the wrestling team.


McGlothin says at the end of this season he had 36 wrestlers on the boys team and 8 wrestlers on the first ever girls team a FKHS. He is also the art teacher at the high school, as well as the middle school wrestling coach and he's been involved with Coffeyville Kids Club wrestling for the last ten years.

Kaminska Taking the Mound in Tulsa This Summer


An area baseball star has found a way to get some reps in during a very strange summer. Caney Valley-grad Jace Kaminska is pitching for the Tulsa Sandlot squad that is playing split summer in both Tulsa and Springdale, Arkansas. The Wichita State commit had his initial summer plan canceled as he was slated to pitch in the Kansas Collegiate Baseball League. The Perfect Timing League as it is called features a compilation of college and future college players. Kaminska got on the mound for a stint of 2 2/3 innings earlier this week. The right-hander struck out two and didn’t allow a run.


With this week’s MLB draft reduced from 40 to five rounds it is unlikely that Kaminska will be selected when it could have been possible in a conventional year. He will instead join a solid Wichita State baseball program with a history of turning out of professional players. A recent example was Owasso’s Brian Flynn, a former Shocker that pitched for the Kansas City Royals for four years.

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