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Local Sports Archives for 2020-12

FKHS's Jones Signs LOI to Attend Kansas State


Field Kindley High School will be represented on the Big 12 football stage next season. Wide receiver and defensive back standout Darell Jones will keep his talents in the state of Kansas, officially signing on with the Kansas State Wildcats on a full-ride scholarship. 


Head Football Coach Deonta Wade says Jones has done everything anyone could ask of him and the chance to continue his academic and athletic career at K State is just icing on the cake.  He says everyone at Coffeyville is looking forward to watching this young man grow and become a better football player and a better young man.


Jones joins 13 other players in K-State's 2021 signing class, which includes players from Missouri, Texas, and Georgia. 24/7 Sports, a leading source for recruiting news, ranks Jones as the fourth-best "athlete" in the state at that particular position.

Lady Nado Finish 6th in Nowata Tournament


The Lady Nado basketball team finished 6th place in the Nowata tournament Saturday following a 52-39 loss to Chelsea.


Coffeyville kept up early in the first quarter, but a steady trickle of offense from Chelsea would soon put the Lady Nado down by double-digits. A late run would push the score back to near single-digit numbers, but it was too little, too late as the Green Dragons would take home the victory. Coffeyville's Adyson Peck led all scorers in the contest with 14 points.


With the loss, the Nado finish in 6th place for the Nowata tourney. Our next broadcast of both Golden Nado and Lady Nado basketball will be next Friday, as both the boys' and girls' teams take on Independence. Matt Jordan will have the call on Sonshine 98.9, KQQF.

Nado Boys Game Canceled Girls Will Play


After having today's game canceled in the Nowata Tournament the Field Kindley Boys basketball game for tomorrow has also been canceled.


The Nado boys who lost their round one matchup against Oklahoma Union will be 0-1 heading into their league game against Independence next Friday. That matchup will be their last game of 2020 before they resume play in January.


The Nado girl's game was also canceled today but they will still play at 1:00pm tomorrow.

Jayhawk Conference Determines "No Spectators" Through February 5th


The Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) has announced that no spectators will be allowed at any KJCCC event through February 5th. Only athletic team members/coaches, cheerleaders, school band members, media personnel, and game personnel will be allowed into the events.


The conference will revisit the issue at the end of January to determine whether the "no spectator" rule should be extended or discontinued.


The decision affects five home events for Coffeyville Community College, including events for men's and women's basketball and women's volleyball. All five of those events will be livestreamed and can be viewed on CCC's official website.


You can also listen to CCC basketball on 98.1 KUSN, beginning with the men's home contest against Missouri State-West Plains on January 20th.

KSHSAA Now Allowing Two Parents to Attend Winter Sports Contests


The Kansas State High School Activities Association once again went back on a previous decision Tuesday, deciding to allow up to two parents to attend winter sports contests through the month of January.


Despite a recommendation to postpone all winter activities until January 15, the KSHSAA executive board allowed winter sports to resume but with no fans in attendance at a previous meeting. However, the board voted 54-24 on Tuesday to allow up to two parents to attend each contest. These new rules will begin starting December 10 and will run through January 28. After that date, schools or leagues may make decisions for themselves.


Masks will be required for those who attend contests in person. Local school boards and county health departments, in addition, may instruct schools to have a fewer number of spectators if needed.

CCC Baseball Winter Instructions


Kids interested in upping their baseball skills can soon receive instruction from a couple of Coffeyville Community College coaches.


Head coach Jake Martin and pitching coach Austin Brownell will be holding winter instructions starting next week. Those who participate have three available weeks to choose from, including December 7th-11th, December 14th-18th, and January 4th-8th. Four session times are available as well, with 12 and under groups starting at 5 pm and 6 pm, and 13 and over groups starting at 7 pm and 8 pm.


Hitting instruction is held on Monday and Thursday, fielding on Tuesday and Friday, and pitching instruction will be held on Wednesday. Instructions will be located at the indoor facility next to the Dick Foster Complex.


Cost is $25 per instruction, and $35 for pitchers who want to use Rapsodo and Video. Masks will be required during the instructions, with temperature checks being conducted before entering the building. For more information, contact the coaches at 918-850-2758.

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