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Local Sports Archives for 2021-09

Caney Valley Week Five Preview


The Caney Valley Bullpups will have their toughest test of the year Friday as they face off against the Galena Bulldogs to finish a three-game road trip.


The Bulldogs come into this match-up with a 3-1 record and are coming off a last-minute win against Parsons last week. Looking into this Week 5 match-up, Coach Criss Davis says that his team will need to play its best game of the year to beat Galena.


You can listen to the game on Greatest Hits 104.1 KGGF with KC Meiners and Kyle Hey on the call. Pregame will be at 6:30 pm with kick-off at 7:00 pm.

Red Ravens Basketball Hosting Preseason Jamborees


We're still a few months away from the start of basketball season, but both Coffeyville and Independence are hard at work preparing for the 2021-22 campaign. 


Coffeyville will host two preseason jamborees this weekend, with the men's team and the women's team each hosting one. The men's jamboree will be this Saturday and features several teams from Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. There will be a cost of $5 to enter. The Ravens play at 10, 11, and 2. 


Meanwhile, the women will host their jamboree on Sunday, with again teams from multiple states making the trip. The women's jamboree is free entry. The Ravens again play at 10, 11, and 3.


Full schedules can be found here (men, women).

Ravens QB Thomson Named NJCAA Player of the Week


Coffeyville quarterback Jakson Thomson has earned NJCAA Player of the Week honors after leading the Red Ravens to a rout of Highland.


The Dallas, Texas native threw for 5 touchdowns and 315 yards against the Scotties, earning both the NJCAA award and the Jayhawk Conference award for the week. The Red Ravens are #9 in the nation and are 3-0 on the season.

Cuba Grant Earns Third Goalkeeper of the Week Honor


Red Ravens goalkeeper Cuba Grant continues to rack up the honors for Coffeyville this season.


He's received his third Goalkeeper of the Week award from the Jayhawk Conference, the most gathered by any player this season. Grant allowed just 1 goal against top-10 foe Monroe College, helping the Ravens score the 2-1 victory. A few days later, Grant would pick up a clean sheet by allowing no goals against NEO.


The Red Raven men's soccer team is still undefeated on the season and has achieved its all-time highest program ranking, coming in at #9 in the latest NJCAA poll.

Two 3-1 Teams Battle As Independence Travels to Chanute


The Independence Bulldogs are coming off a big homecoming victory against their rivals Field Kindley. Coach black talked about how the district shapes out the rest of the way and how it affects Independence.


Coach Black also talked about how physical Chanute is upfront. Independence has been able to score with multiple players and Coach Black said that he likes this week against Chanute with how physical they can be. Kick-off in the Independence and Chanute game is scheduled for 7 PM.

Coffeyville, Indy Earn POTW Honors


Coffeyville's Jakson Thomson took home the Offensive Player of the Week award. Thomson went 14-of-23 through the air, passing for 315 yards and 5 touchdowns en route to a 65-20 drubbing of Highland.


Meanwhile, Indy's Tra Thomas earned Defensive Player of the Week for his efforts in a 26-13 victory over Garden City. Thomas accounted for 6 solo tackles and created two takeaways, both of which were instrumental in taking down the Broncbusters.


Special Teams Player of the Week went to Hutchinson's C.J. Moya.

SEK Holds Two Spots in NJCAA Top 10


Both NJCAA football teams in Montgomery County find themselves within the Top 10 as of the latest rankings.


Independence is now ranked as the #2 team in the country after defeating previously #3 Garden City 26-13 on the road last Saturday. The Pirates also benefitted from several teams in Top 5 dropping games last weekend, including former #2 Kilgore and former #5 Mississippi Gulf Coast.


The Coffeyville Red Ravens return to #9 after routing Highland at home 65-20. Other Jayhawk Conference teams included in the rankings include the aforementioned Garden City at #8 and Butler, which received votes.

Busy Week for Ravens Athletics


A busy Saturday caps off another week of Red Ravens athletics.


The CCC golf team wraps up at the Barton Invitational today, while the baseball team continues its preseason with a scrimmage at Pittsburg this Tuesday. On Wednesday, both soccer teams will be in action taking on Kansas City Kansas. The volleyball team will also travel to Hesston.


After all teams take Thursday off, the volleyball team will travel quite the distance for two matches in Boone, Iowa. They'll be taking on Kirkwood and Iowa Central. Finally, Saturday will feature the first road game for the football team, as they face Butler. The soccer teams will be in action against Dodge City. The volleyball team continues its trip to Iowa with matches against Hawkeye and Southeast.


In addition, the cross country team competes at the Chile Pepper Invitational. The basketball team competes in a jamboree, and both the baseball and softball teams compete in more preseason scrimmages.


Red Ravens Improve to 3-0


Coffeyville Community College picks up a dominant win on Homecoming beating Highland 65-20 to improve to 3-0 on the season. The Red Ravens took a commanding lead earlier with three first-quarter touchdowns, including a wide-open strike to Bryce Childress as the quarter was coming to an end.


The Scotties would make it interesting in the second quarter cutting the CCC lead to 14 going into the half. The Red Ravens would silence any comeback hope in the third quarter scoring 30 unanswered. QB Jakson Thomson had 315 yards passing and five touchdowns, RB Jacquez Barksdale had 100 yards rushing on 13 carries and a touchdown and WR Childress had 120 yards on three catches and two touchdowns. CCC heads on the road for the first time this season to face Butler.

Indy Wins Homecoming Matchup Against FKHS


Field Kindley falls on the road to Independence 41-12. Indy started the game scoring their first two touchdowns on trick plays the second going for 72 yards on a third and thirty-nine. The Nado were able to cut it to a one-score game when Amanie Luten found the endzone on a fourteen-yard run on a read-option.


The Nado defense struggled to stop the Bulldogs offense and the game got away from them quickly as Indy jumped out to a 41-6 lead. Zac Becker would add one more score finding Amari Luten on a 6-yard touchdown pass. The Nado head on the road for the last of their four-game road trip to take on Mulvane.

Offensive Firepower Leads Sedan Past West Elk


Sedan continued its bid for an undefeated season Friday, defeating fellow unbeaten and rival West Elk 72-22 in a game decided by the mercy rule.


West Elk would open up the scoring on its first drive of the game, as Garrett Toon delivered a gorgeous ball over the top to Colin Wilson for a 63-yard score. However, Sedan would then rattle off 30 consecutive points before the half. Quarterback Brec Long overwhelmed the Patriots defense, scoring both on the ground and through the air.


Out of the locker rooms, the Blue Devils showed no signs of slowing down, as Long hit senior receiver Dameion Hatten through the air for a 52-yard score. West Elk continued to fight, moving the ball well and even putting it back to within three scores after a 28-yard touchdown pass from Toon to senior tight end Wesley Young. That'd be it for the Patriots scoring effort, but Sedan continued to chug along in the fourth quarter. Four touchdowns and a safety would be enough to bring the game to its end via the mercy rule, 72-22.


Long finished with 7 total touchdowns, including 3 rushing, 3 passing, and 1 fumble recovery. Toon put forward a great performance for West Elk, passing for over 100 yards and 3 touchdowns. Sedan also forced 6 turnovers on the evening. The Blue Devils are now 4-0 and will move on to face Oswego on the road. West Elk is 3-1 and will travel to Moran for a date with Marmaton Valley.


Next week's Game of the Week will feature the Cherryvale Chargers once again. They'll play at home against the Columbus Titans. Catch the pregame at 6:30 pm, with kickoff following at 7.

Bullpups Shock Chargers


The Caney Valley Bullpups were able to shut out their opponent for the second straight week as they defeated the Cherryvale Chargers 36-0.


After Cherryvale had a three and out on their first possession, Caney Valley got the ball on Cherryvale's 48-yard line and immediately marched down the field in 8 plays and capped it off with a 5-yard touchdown run from Trey King.


Caney Valley was able to tack on another touchdown to make it 14-0. On the ensuing kickoff, Cherryvale fumbled the return and Caney struck pay dirt just one play later.


Caney improves to 4-0 on the season and moves to 1-0 in District 3A-1 play. They will travel to Galena next Friday to take on the Bulldogs who beat Parsons on the last play of the game 14-6. You will be able to listen to that game on Greatest Hits 104.1 with KC Meiners and Kyle Hey on the call.

CCC's Golf and Esport Coach Will be Streaming Every Friday



The Head Coach of CCC's Golf and Esports will be live streaming every Friday at 1:00 pm.


Coach Conner Murrell, will be live streaming on twitch, playing a variety of games, and answering questions anyone may have regarding Esports, and/or the Men and Women's Golf teams. Every donation or subscription to the twitch channel goes directly into the Esports program.


You can tune in to the broadcast at:

Sedan and West Elk Meet as Unbeatens


It'll be a battle of the unbeaten Friday, as 3-0 Sedan welcomes 3-0 West Elk to Chautauqua County tonight.


Sedan comes in outscoring opponents 168-22, and have looked fantastic in almost all facets of the game. Head coach Mick Holt said his team will be wary of West Elk's ability to go to either the ground or the air.


West Elk has also been prolific in its scoring, outscoring its opponents 128-36. Patriots head coach Chris Haag said the unbeaten factor only amplifies the importance of the matchup.


Tonight's game will be broadcast on 690AM, KGGF. Pregame will start at 6:30 pm, with kickoff at 7 pm.



Erie Week Four Preview


Erie is on a two-game losing streak after a 36-0 loss to Caney last Friday. The Red Devils defense played well against a good Caney Valley team. Coach Eddie Kearns talked about how impressed he was with the defense.


Coach Kearns also talked about what he has seen on film from Southeast and how they will try to stop them. Erie will travel to Southeast Cherokee to take on the Lancers in a non-district game. Kick-off is scheduled for 7 PM.

CCC Hosts Highland for Homecoming


It's Homecoming Week for Coffeyville Community College as they get set to host Highland this Saturday. Head Coach Jeff Leiker says he tries to build up the week as a big deal.


The Red Ravens are coming off a bye week with a 2-0 record for this week four matchup against the Scotties. Pregame will start at 6:30pm with kick-off at 7:00pm on 98.1 KUSN.

Nado Travel to Indy for Bulldog Homecoming


Field Kindley will travel to Independence tomorrow for a Homecoming rivalry matchup against the Bulldogs. The Nado come in with an 0-3 and have been outscored a combined 139 to 8. Head Coach Deonta Wade says they have to improve when it comes to making mistakes.


This is the third of four straight road games for the Nado. Coach Wade says the matchup against Indy this week has kept the morale up after a long start to the season.  The Bulldogs come into the matchup 2-1 with back-to-back shutouts against 6A Wichita North and defending League Champion Fort Scott. Pregame will start at 6:30pm with kick-off at 7:00pm on Sonshine 98.9 KQQF.

Grant Earns Second Goalkeeper of the Week Award


Coffeyville Red Ravens' goalkeeper Cuba Grant has earned his second goalkeeper of the week award, following a week during which he allowed no goals in two games.


Grant posted two clean sheets, and saved all eight shots that came his way. The Ravens soccer team is undefeated at 7-0 this season, and last week posted a 1-0 victory over Oklahoma Wesleyan's JV and a 4-0 victory over Pratt.

Caney Valley Week Four Preview


The Caney Valley Bullpups have coasted through the first three games of the season and will head into the district part of their schedule as they take on cross-county rival Cherryvale this Friday.


Looking back on their 36-0 win last week over Erie, Caney Valley Head Coach Criss Davis said he was pleased with the effort of his team on both sides of the ball after initially coming out flat.


Looking into this Week 4 match-up, Coach Davis says Cherryvale's speed could be an issue for the Bullpups and they will need to attack quickly on offense.


You can listen to the game on Greatest Hits 104.1 KGGF with KC Meiners and Kyle Hey on the call. Pregame will be at 6:30 pm with kick-off at 7:00 pm.


Photo Courtesy of Sean Frye

Independence And Coffeyville Set to Square Off In Week 4


The Independence Bulldogs are on a two-game winning streak after a 28-0 shutout of Fort Scott last Friday. Coach John Black talked about the kids not being overconfident coming into this week's gameCoach Black also talked about the speed Coffeyville has and how important this week's game is.


Independence will host Field Kindley this Friday as they open district play. You can listen to the game on Sunshine 98.9 KQQF with pregame starting around 6:30 and kick-off scheduled for 7 PM.

Red Ravens Celebrate Homecoming Week


With the fall sports season in full swing, the Coffeyville Red Ravens are celebrating homecoming week with a busy athletic schedule.


Both volleyball and women's soccer will be on the road Wednesday, with the former traveling to Johnson County and the latter going to Butler.


The men's soccer team will join the women at home Friday, as both take on Holmes College out of New York. The men's team is undefeated on the season with a record of 7-0.


Saturday will be a busy slate, with the men's soccer team back in action against NEO. The volleyball team will play two matches against Southeast and Labette. And finally, the football team will return to the field for its homecoming matchup with Highland.

Field Kindley Loses On the Road To Valley Center


Field Kindley for the third straight game showed progression in their young team. The Nado lost 51-0 to Valley Center. Five turnovers lead to points for the Hornets and through the first two and a half quarters only one offensive touchdown was scored in the game.


Valley center led 21-0 at the half. With two touchdowns coming courteous of scope and scores. Valley center played error-free football for the whole game was they would go on to win 51-0. Field Kindley is back in action next week as they have Independence.  

Bullpups Burn Red Devils


The Caney Valley Bullpups scored early and often as they blasted Erie by a score of 36-0.


Caney Valley running back Baylor Thornton got the Pups on the scoreboard with just under 5 minutes remaining in the first quarter with a plunge over the left side of the line. The ensuing 2-point conversion was good and Caney Valley led 8-0.


The big play of the game came with just under a minute left in the first quarter courtesy of running back Trey King.


Thornton and King would tack on one more touchdown apiece as Caney Valley took a 28-0 at the half. The Bullpups would coast in the second half for the easy win, but not without a brilliant play by defensive back Aydenn Waltrip to set up the Bullpups' final score.


Caney Valley begins district play next Friday as they travel to Cherryvale for a meeting of the cross-county rivals. Pregame begins at 6:30 pm while the game kicks off at 7:00 pm. KC Meiners and Kyle Hey will be on the call.

Fredonia Defeats Cherryvale in 4OT


It took all of regulation and four overtime periods, but Fredonia defeated Cherryvale 28-22 to earn its first win of the season Friday night. 


The first quarter went by without any scoring, but the two teams traded blows in the second. Cherryvale scored first on a 7-yard touchdown run by Trevin Elam. Fredonia then responded with an 8-yard touchdown run by Colten Dinkel. With 43 seconds before the half, Cherryvale put itself up 14-6.  However, Dinkel once again hit paydirt on the first play of the ensuing Fredonia drive, with a 61-yard score up the right sideline to send the teams to halftime tied at 14-14. 


The second half proved to be frustrating for both sides, as Cherryvale frequently got into goal-line situations before fumbling the football away. Meanwhile, Fredonia struggled to get out of their own territory, with penalties often negating their biggest plays. Overall, the two teams combined for 10 turnovers, with the Chargers giving up 7 (including 4 lost fumbles inside the Fredonia 10-yard line) and Fredonia giving up 3. Neither team was able to score in the second half, bringing the game into overtime at 14-14.


The first two overtime periods went by without either team scoring, but Fredonia would make things interesting in 3OT through Dinkel's third touchdown of the day. However, Cherryvale would answer with a touchdown of their own, continuing on into a fourth overtime period. Finally, after stopping Cherryvale yet again, and facing 4th down from the 5-yard line, Fredonia would rely on Dinkel once again to end the game once and for all.


Dinkel picked up four touchdowns in Friday's game, three on the ground and the game-winner through the air. Both teams are now 1-2 on the season.  Next Friday's Game of the Week is our 8-man debut and a battle of the undefeated, as West Elk takes on Sedan. That game can be heard on 690AM, KGGF.

The Nado Travels To Valley Center


Field Kindley looks to build off some late momentum they gained in last week's loss to Columbus 40-8. Coach Deonta Wade talked about the goal for this week is to be better every day that they practice and to be competitive. Coach Wade also talked about some things he liked in the game against Columbus.


Coach Wade addressed the QB position and talked about what he wants to see for it. Field Kindley will travel to Valley Center to take on the Hornets. You can listen to pre-game at 6:30 on Sunshine 98.9 KQQF. Kick-off is scheduled for 7 PM.

Fredonia and Cherryvale Meet for GOTW Tonight


Our Game of the Week takes us back to Fredonia this week, as the Yellowjackets take on the Cherryvale Chargers.


Cherryvale enters the game at 1-1, coming off of a dominant 45-0 win over Leon-Bluestem. Head coach Robert Henderson said gameplaning for Fredonia requires a recognition of their offensive versatility.


Likewise, Fredonia head coach Marc Svaty recognized the new offense the Chargers run under Henderson. However, he said he likes the matchup as presented.


Tonight's game will kick-off at 7 pm and can be heard on the Mighty 690, KGGF. Pregame will start at 6:30.

CCC Mourns Loss of Student-Athlete


The following press release has been sent out in regards to the recent death of CCC student-athlete Otis Jacobs:



Press Release


It is with deep sympathy that we inform you of the loss of one of our own. 


Otis Jacobs IV from La Cygne, Kansas, a freshman student athlete at Coffeyville Community College, tragically passed away last evening.   


“Our hearts go out to the Jacobs family and the many friends Otis had at CCC.  In his short time on campus, we could see the passion he had both academically and athletically to prepare himself for the future, said CCC President Dr. Marlon Thornburg.  “Mr. Jacobs will be greatly missed by the Red Raven family.”  Coffeyville Community College students, faculty and staff held a candlelight vigil for Otis on Wednesday night. 


Four County Mental Health has been an exceptional partner during this time.  Professional counselors have been brought in to assist our students, faculty and staff through this difficult journey.  We are working with the family of Mr. Jacobs in this time of immense sadness.


“Otis was new to the team but we were looking forward to helping him grow and develop his skills both in the classroom and on the field,” said Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Jeff Leiker.  “We will dedicate the rest of this season to Otis Jacobs   #32Strong.”


Otis posted this final quote, “Remember me and smile, for it’s better to forget than to remember me and cry.” Dr. Suess.  Mr. Jacobs will forever be a member of the Red Raven family and will continue to make a difference as his family has made the decision to donate his organs; thus saving the lives of many others. 

Caney Valley Week 3 Preview


Caney Valley puts their 2-0 record on the line this week as they travel to Neosho County to take on the 1-1 Erie Red Devils. Looking back to their 48-6 win last week over Neodesha, Caney Valley Head Coach Criss Davis said he was pleased with the balance his team showed over Week 1.


Looking into this Week 3 match-up, Coach Davis said Erie has a good team and his defense will need to step up.


You can listen to the game on Greatest Hits 104.1 KGGF with Kyle Hey on the call. Pregame will be at 6:45 pm with kick-off at 7:00 pm.

West Elk Prepares for Athletic Flinthills Squad


After dispatching Oxford in Week 2, West Elk will look to make it three in a row when they face the Flinthills Mustangs on the road this week.


The Patriots looked solid in a 46-22 victory over the Wildcats, improving to 2-0 on the season. They'll face a Mustangs team that will be looking to rebound after a 60-14 loss to Sedan last Friday.


Head coach Chris Haag said the Mustangs' size is something to gameplan around.


A win over Flinthills could potentially set up a battle of 3-0 teams (alongside Sedan) for broadcast on KGGF's Game of the Week next Friday.

Oswego Looks to Rebound After High-Scoring Thriller


Oswego will look to put a tough loss behind them as they look to move back above .500 for the season.


The Indians dropped a 68-66 thriller to St. Paul in Week 2, in one of the state's highest-scoring matchups. The team's next opponent is Altoona-Midway, which has notably struggled on both sides of the ball. The Jets have been shut out in each of its two games thus far. They've also allowed 50+ points in both games.


However, head coach Matt Fowler said every one of their opponents deserves respect despite past results.


Oswego is 1-1 on the season. The team received a victory in Week 1 after Chetopa could not field enough players.

Neodesha Bluestreaks Week Three Preview


Neodesha coming off a bad loss to Caney Valley 48-6 in week two will look to bounce back and build off some late momentum. The Bluestreaks found the endzone for the first time this season under 35 seconds left in last week's game. Coach David Gillet said they are making strides and talks about some new faces we might see this week.


Coach Gillet also talked about where the offense and defense are at this point in the season. The Bluestreaks travel to take on Humboldt in an away nondistrict game. Humboldt comes into the game 1-1 while The Bluestreaks are 0-2. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 PM this Friday.  

Blue Devils Look to Continue Hot Start


After another dominant win, the Sedan Blue Devils will have to change up its game plan for its newest opponent, the Central Raiders.


The Blue Devils defeated Flinthills last week 60-14. Quarterback Brec Long completed six passes, five of which were taken by Dameion Hatten for touchdowns. Long rushed for two scores as well.


However, the team's newest opponent brings a different skillset to the table. Head coach Mick Holt said Central could be considered the opposite of Flinthills.


Both teams come into Friday's game at 2-0. Central defeated Oxford 46-22.

Two More Red Ravens Earn KJCCC Player of the Week


Another two Red Ravens have earned Player of the Week honors for the Jayhawk Conference.


Freshman linebacker Reese Collier received Defensive Player of the Week after recording 20 tackles in last week's win over Dodge City. The Oklahoma City native is averaging over 15 tackles per game, the most in the nation.


Ravens kicker Forrest Taylor also received Special Teams Player of the Week honors. A freshman from Alabama, Taylor went 3-3 on field goals of 38, 39, and 47 yards. The latter helped Coffeyville secure its 22-13 win over the Conquistadors.

Independence Heads To Fort Scott In Week Three


Independence is coming off a big win last Friday 52-6 against Wichita North. Coach John Black was happy with the strides his offense made as they averaged over 10 yards per carry. Independence travels to Fort Scott this Friday for a non-district game.


After an impressive showing by the Bulldog defense Coach Black says there are some players for Fort Scott he has an eye on. Fort Scott has new faces on defense and Coach Black likes the way his offense matches up against that. Kick-off is scheduled for 7 PM this Friday at Fort Scott.  

Slight Movement for Ravens, Pirates in New Rankings


Both the Coffeyville Red Ravens and Independence Pirates football team saw their rankings rise in the latest NJCAA polls, released Monday afternoon.


The Ravens, coming off of a 22-13 victory over Dodge City, are now ranked #9 with a 2-0 record. Meanwhile, the Pirates posted a 69-0 victory over upstart program McDougle Technical Institute, good enough to move the team up one spot to #6.


One other Jayhawk Conference team kept its spots in the rankings-- Garden City also moved up one spot after easily defeating Fort Scott in its first game of the season.


The Ravens will be back in action September 25th against Highland, while Independence takes to the field this Saturday against Fort Scott.

Strong First Half Pushes Coffeyville Past Dodge City


The Coffeyville Red Ravens football team used a strong first half effort to push itself past Dodge City by a score of 22-13.


Early in the first quarter, the Red Ravens offense would bust its longest play of the game, a 51-yard touchdown run for Star Thomas. A missed PAT would make it 6-0, but kicker Forrest Taylor would more than make up for it through field goals of 38 and 39 yards.


Dodge City scored its first touchdown of the game midway through the second quarter, a 4-yard pass from Rashad Mckee to Justin Mitchell. However, the Ravens responded just a few minutes later with a 24-yard touchdown pass of their own, as Jakson Thomson found Chris Bellamy in stride to make it a 19-7 lead at the half.


The Ravens offense largely stalled out in the second half, but their work had already been done. The Conquistadors only managed to find two more field goals thanks to a bend-but-not-break approach from the defense. Taylor sealed the game early in the fourth quarter with a 47-yard field goal, his third of the game, to finalize the score at 22-13.


Coffeyville's Dorian Lewis led all Ravens with 93 yards on the ground, with Thomas recording 86. Thomson went 16-29 through the air for 95 yards. The Ravens are now 2-0 on the season. They'll take next week off before returning to action at home against Highland.

Caney Valley Moves to 2-0


Caney Valley moves to an impressive 2-0 as they won in week two 48-6 against the Neodesha Bluestreaks. The Bullpups got the scoring kick off with a 25-yard pick-six by Trey King on the second play of the game. The scoring would stop there as Tanner Rose hit Gavin Stimpson in the endzone for the second Caney score. The duo would hook up again on the next drive with a 32-yard touchdown pass. Caney Valley would hold a commanding 42-0 lead at the half.


The Bullpups got the ball to open the third quarter and it took them no time to get on the board as Dylan Thompson got his first touchdown of the season to put Caney up 48-0. The lone Bluestreaks score came with under 30 seconds left in the game on a 15 yard Wyatt Songer run. Trey King had over 100 yards for the second straight game with 130 on just 11 carries and Stimpson had five catches for 113 yards and two touchdowns. Caney Valley will be on the road next week as they head to Erie.  

Fredonia Falls Just Short in Loss to Humboldt


A strong start wasn't enough to land Fredonia in the win column, as the Yellowjackets dropped a close contest to Humboldt, 28-26.


Both teams entered the contest looking to pick up their first win of the season, and from the get-go, it seemed Fredonia wanted it more. Running back Colten Dinkel started off the scoring with a 42-yard touchdown run up the left sideline midway through the first quarter, and was followed by quarterback Joel Dutton's 1-yarder early in the second. Humboldt would eventually answer, with their own quarterback Gavin Page finding the endzone on a 7-yard carry. However, Fredonia would pick up another touchdown just before the half, a 10-yard scamper from Dinkel that gave the Yellowjackets a 12-point lead at 20-8.


Out of the locker rooms, though, it became clear that Humboldt had finally found the answer to Fredonia's defense. A combination of Page and running back Trey Sommer marched down the field early in the third quarter for a quick score. After the rest of the quarter came and went, the Cubs took their first lead of the game in the fourth at 22-20 after Page found the endzone from 4 yards. Then taking advantage of a Fredonia fumble deep in their own territory, Page would hit paydirt again, this time from 17 yards out to increase the lead to 28-20.


A failed Humboldt 2-point conversion left the game within striking distance, giving the Yellowjackets just one more try to tie the game. With 1:49 remaining, Fredonia would almost make good on that chance, putting Dutton in the endzone for his second touchdown of the day. Unfortunately, Dinkel's last-chance effort to pick up the 2-point conversion fell just a couple yards short, allowing Humboldt to eventually recover an onside and run out the clock.


Page finished the day with all four Humboldt touchdowns, while Dinkel and Dutton split Fredonia's four scores. The Yellowjackets, now 0-2, will feature in our next Game of the Week as well, remaining at home to host Neodesha. The Bluestreaks dropped their Week 2 contest to Caney. Next Friday's game can be heard on 690AM, KGGF.

Nado Drop to 0-2 in Columbus


Field Kindley traveled to Columbus for their first road game of the season taking the Titans. Gabe Martin and the Columbus offense were just too much for the Nado beating them 40-8. Both these teams came into the game with scoreless week ones but after an 11 play 60-yard drive, Columbus saw their first touchdown of the season. The Nado again struggled to get anything going on offense, and the Titans quickly jumped out to a 26-0 lead. The Titans would add one more TD before halftime and take a 32-0 lead into the break.


The Nado looking at a potential seven-quarter scoreless streak brought in some speed and fresh legs in Jeremy Colbert. Amanie Luten would find Colbert on a short swing pass and he was off to races for a 78-yard touchdown. Columbus improves to 1-1 on the season and the Nado fall to 0-2. Back on the road next week for Coffeyville taking on Valley Center, their longest road trip of the season.

Fredonia Continues Search for First Victory


Following a loss to Caney, the Fredonia Yellowjackets will look to get back to even at home against Humboldt in our Game of the Week.


The Yellowjackets could not contain the Bullpaps' vaunted running game, falling 49-18. However, head coach Marc Svaty is still confident in his team's chances against the Cubs, who lost to Ava (Mo.) 45-0 last week. Svaty said the Cubs will bring another skilled rushing attack into town.


Fredonia is 0-1 on the season, as is Humboldt. Tonight's game can be heard on the Mighty 690, KGGF. Pregame will start at 6:30 pm, with kickoff at around 7:00 pm.

Independence Week Two Preview


Independence looks to make strides after a disappointing outing against El Dorado last Friday. The Bulldogs lost 36-0 to El Dorado. The game was called at the half due to lightning in the area and the big score. Coach John Black says that the Bulldogs got their offense going later in the first half.


Coach Black says he thinks his offense will have success against Wichita North this week. Independence will be on the road for a nondistrict game against North. Things are set to get kicked off at 7 PM.  

Caney Valley Week Two Game Preview


After an Impressive win over Fredonia in week one 49-18 Caney Valley will look to build off the win this coming Friday at home against Neodesha.


The Bluestreaks come in 0-1 on the season after a 12-0 loss to Eureka last Friday. Caney with an impressive 324 yards on the ground will look to do the same against Neodesha. Caney Valley Coach Criss Davis was happy with how his offense performed.


Davis also says the defensive needs to fix some things. You can listen to the game on US 98.1 KUSN this Friday. Pregame will start around at 6:30 pm with kickoff at 7:00 pm. KC Meiners and Kyle Hey will be on the call.

Top 10 CCC Hosts Dodge City


Coffeyville Community College comes into week two off a huge upset of Hutchinson and is now ranked in the top 10. Coach Jeff Leiker says Dodge City comes in as a very physical football team.


Dodge City comes into Coffeyville off of a loss to Iowa Western. The Red Ravens will look to build on their start to the season with kick-off at 7:00pm and pregame at 6:30pm on US 98.1 KUSN.


Nado Head to Columbus for Week 2


Field Kindley heads on the road for the first of a long four-week road trip. The (0-1)Nado are taking on (0-1)Columbus, both of which were shut out in week one. Coach Deonta Wade says their offense will need to find a better rhythm in week two.


Columbus is coming off a 28-0 loss to Frontenac and will be looking to rebound at home. The game will kick off tomorrow at 7:00pm with pregame starting on Sonshine 98.9 KQQF at 6:30pm.

Coffeyville Honoring Military and First Responders This Saturday


This Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of 9/11, coinciding with Coffeyville Community College's football game against the Dodge City Conquistadors.


Coffeyville Chamber of Commerce Director Candi Westbrook said the game will honor some of the local heroes of the community.


While the deadline to purchase special patriotic shirts has passed, a large turnout is still encouraged to support the team and those being honored. The Red Ravens are 1-0 entering Saturday's game, while Dodge City is 0-1.

Scott, Grant Earn NJCAA Player of the Week Honors


It's been a good couple of weeks for Red Ravens athletics.


Football star Brenyen Scott continues to gather accolades for his stellar Week 1 performance, as the freshman defensive back has also been named the NJCAA DI Football Defensive Player of the Week.


Scott gathered 6 tackles, but most notably picked off two passes en route to helping his squad post a 17-10 victory over Hutchinson last Saturday. The Florida native sealed the game for the Ravens with an interception on the goal line that ended a potentially game-tying drive. He was also named the KJCCC Defensive Player of the Week.


Scott isn't the only Red Raven earning nationwide honors. Red Ravens netminder Cuba Grant earned both KJCCC and NJCAA Goalkeeper of the Week after allowing just 1 goal in two games. This includes a clean sheet against then-16th ranked Barton.

Two Red Ravens Earn KJCCC Player of the Week Honors


Two Coffeyville Red Ravens have earned KJCCC Player of the Week Honors following the team's upset win over Hutchinson last Saturday.


Freshman defensive back Brenyen Scott won the Defensive Player of the Week award after picking up two interceptions, including one on the goal line to prevent a would-be Hutchinson touchdown.


Sophomore punter George Eberle took home the Special Teams Player of the Week award. Eberle punted eight times Saturday for an average of 47 yards per punt. Eberle's efforts pinned the Blue Dragons deep within their own territory and set up the Red Ravens defense for success. His longest two punts on the day were recorded at 82 and 75 yards.


Offensive Player of the Week honors went to Independence's R.J. Walker. The quarterback racked up 271 total yards and was responsible for four touchdowns en route to a 50-28 drubbing of Butler.

Coffeyville Enters Top 10 in Latest NJCAA Football Poll


After upsetting the previously top-ranked team in the nation, the Coffeyville Red Ravens were rewarded with a top ten appearance in the latest NJCAA poll.


The Ravens are now ranked 10th in the nation after defeating the Hutchinson Blue Dragons 17-10 last Saturday. Other Jayhawk Conference rivals ranked in this week's poll include Garden City (#3), Independence (#7), and Hutchinson (#11). Butler fell out of the poll after losing to Independence, who climbed three spots. Garden City moved up two spots, but did not play last week.


Last year's national championship runner-up, Snow College, is now ranked #1. That's the first time a non-Jayhawk Conference team has sat in that spot since 2020. Hutchinson had occupied that spot for the entirety of the Spring 2021 Season.

CCC Upsets Number One Hutch


Coffeyville Community College pulls off the upset of the number one team in the nation and the defending national champions. The Red Ravens beat Hutchinson 17-10 in the first game of the season in large part due to an outstanding performance from their defense.


It was a rough start to the game for CCC as starting QB Will Bohn fumbled the football that was returned for a touchdown, but that would end up being the only trip to the endzone for the Blue Dragons. CCC would eventually make the switch at QB to division one transfer from Louisiana Tech Jakson Thomson, who would start to find some momentum with the Red Ravens offense.


Hutch held onto their 7-0 lead for most of the first half but with just under five minutes left in the second quarter, CCC added their first points of the game with a field goal from Forrest Taylor. With the first half coming to an end CCC cut the Hutch lead to 1 with another FG from Taylor, but a roughing the kicker penalty would give the Ravens a first down and 8.8 seconds to try and take the lead. Thomson would seize the second chance at a touchdown finding Cortarious Wilson, with a back-shoulder fade, in the endzone for the lead and what would be the go-ahead TD.


The Coffeyville defense and special teams continued their excellent play into the second half blocking a punt in the third quarter and recovering in the endzone. Hutch was able to add three points early in the 4th, but the Ravens defense never allowed them into the endzone securing the victory. CCC's defense and special teams were the stars of the game forcing 8 turnovers including five fumbles, two interceptions and the blocked punt.


It's a 1-0 start to the season with a high likely hood of being ranked when the next poll comes out this week. CCC is back at home next week taking on 0-1 Dodge City.

Nado Drop Home Opener


Turnovers and penalties hurt Field Kindley as they fall in their season opener to Augusta 48-0. In a game that saw an hour and a half weather delay, the Nado turned the ball over five times with nine penalties. Eight of those flags came before the weather delay with, seven and half minutes left in the second quarter, and only one after. The Nado also had numerous fumbled snaps but were always able to recover the ball.


After a stalemate for the first part of the first quarter, Augusta's offense rattled off 28 consecutive points to end the quarter. In the second quarter, before the weather delay, the Nado made a change at running back bringing in Jermey Colbert Jr. Colbert brought and breath of fresh life into the offense picking up the Nado's first first down of the night. Colbert was able to put together a couple of good runs back to back, but after a two sacks and fumbled snap the Nado were looking at a 4th and 38, killing all momentum. Augusta controlled the game from after the rain delay on. FKHS heads on the road to take on a tough opponent in Columbus next week.

Erie Defeats Cherryvale in Marathon Contest


Erie and Cherryvale took to the field at 7 pm Friday, kicking off the 2021 high school football season. Nearly four-and-a-half hours later, it would be the Red Devils who came out on top, 16-15.


Cherryvale struck first, with new head coach Robert Henderson reaching into his bag of tricks midway through the first quarter. Running back Jackson Knight hit the senior receiver, Briggs Adkison, in stride for the 17-yard touchdown pass. The second quarter would see Erie punch back. Cayce Welch broke through the middle of the line on fourth down, turning what should have been only a couple of yards into a 25-yard score. The Red Devils led at the break, 8-7.


After halftime, things would prove to be a little wacky. Lightning was spotted in the area, forcing a 30-minute weather delay. The teams eventually returned to the field and played the first 4 minutes of the third quarter. However, another lightning strike would again send the teams back to the locker room. After another 30 minutes had passed, another restart was attempted, with another four minutes passing by on the clock. A third lightning strike, unfortunately, would force a third and final 30-minute weather delay.


As the teams finally got going once again, finally finishing the third quarter after nearly 2 hours, the lights at Erie's stadium automatically shut off, forcing another 10-minute delay. That would be the final pause of the action.


After getting underway once again, Erie held onto its lead with a couple of redzone stands. However, with Cherryvale's offense pushing, and Erie's sputtering, it seemed as if it'd be only a matter of time before the Chargers found their way back on top. That would finally come from a 15-yard touchdown run from Trevin Elam, putting Cherryvale ahead 15-8.


The lead would only last for a minute and a half. Erie quarterback Garrett Ruark took matters into his own hands, rushing up the left sideline for a 50-yard touchdown, the longest play for either team in the game. Ruark would go the opposite direction to convert the two point conversion. The senior would then secure an interception on the defensive side of the ball, locking things up for the Red Devils.


Erie improves to 1-0 on the season, while Henderson and Cherryvale start their 2021 season at 0-1. Game of the Week will be heading to Fredonia for Week 2, as the Yellowjackets host the Humboldt Cubs. Pregame will start at 6:30, with kickoff scheduled for 7 pm. You can listen in on the Mighty 690, KGGF.

Caney Valley Goes 1-0 To Open Season


Caney starts the season 1-0 with a convincing win over Fredonia 49-18. Both teams opening possessions took time off the clock as it was noted up at six with three minutes left in the first quarter. After that Caney ran away with the game scoring 30 unanswered points to lead 36-6 at the half. Caney would open the second half on defensive forcing a four and out and four plays later extended their lead.


Caney would go on to win the game 49-18. Trey king had 14 carries for 160 yards and four touchdowns and Baylor Thorten had 10 carries for 129 yards and two touchdowns. Caney had 324 yards rushing and 383 total yards of offense. Next week Caney welcome the Bluestreaks of Neodesha

Caney Valley Game Preview


The High School football season gets kicked off tonight for Caney Valley. The Bullpups might look a little different under center but will still offer the same ground and pound rushing attack. Coach Criss Davis says he was happy with how the team played in their Jamboree last Friday.


Trey King will look to be a focal point on offense and defense this season for the Bullpups. Caney is at home tonight against the Fredonia Yellow Jackets. Pregame is set to start at 6:30 PM on Sunshine 98.1 KUSN.

KGGF AM to Air High School Scoreboard Show


The high school football season kicks off tonight in Kansas. After the week one games wrap up you can tune into the Mighty 690 KGGF for the Kansas High School Scoreboard Show.  The show will begin at 10:00pm or after our game of the week each week.


Tonight you can tune to Sonshine 98.9 KQQF for Field Kindley High School vs Augusta, Caney Valley vs Fredonia on US 98.1 KUSN or on the Mighty 690 KGGF for Cherryvale vs Erie.

Cherryvale And Erie Look to Start Season Off Right


Football season in Kansas officially kicks off tonight, and so does our Game of the Week coverage. We'll be traveling to Erie to watch the Red Devils play host to the Cherryvale Chargers.


Both the Chargers and the Red Devils finished 2020 with a 2-7 record. Last year's matchup between the two teams saw Erie come out on top, winning 24-16. The Red Devils offense scored all of its points in the first half, but a stout defense kept the Chargers offense to just one touchdown. The other came via punt return.


Tonight's affair will feature the coaching debut of Cherryvale's Robert Henderson, who replaces Travis Young after one season. You can listen in on tonight's Game of the Week starting at 6:30 pm, on the Mighty 690, KGGF. Kickoff will come at 7:00 pm.

CCC Starts Season Against Defending Champs


The Coffeyville Community College football team opens up the season facing the reigning national champions, Hutchinson Community College.  Head Football Coach Jeff Leiker says he wants to change the culture of the program and get back to the traditions this college has seen before.


Hutch was picked to finish first in the Jayhawk Conference with CCC picked to finish fifth.  The Red Ravens kick off the season at 7:00pm with pregame at 6:30pm on US 98.1 KUSN and on the US98 Youtube page.

CCC Debuts New Uniforms Ahead of Saturday's Season Opener


The Coffeyville Red Ravens football team will be donning new threads when it takes the gridiron this weekend. The red-and-white uniforms are a callback to the program's long and storied history. You can watch the reveal video, voiced by KGGF's own John Leonard, at the Red Ravens' Twitter page here.


Coffeyville will start its season at home against defending national champions Hutchinson. Saturday's broadcast will begin at 6:30 pm and can be heard on US98.1 KUSN, and also online on the US98 YouTube page.

Nado Host Augusta for Week 1


Field Kindley football will start the season at home in a week one rematch against Augusta. Last year, on the road the Nado beat the Orioles 34-21 in the first game of the season. Coach Deonta Wade says there are only a few players on the team with experience.


Coming into his second season as the Nado Head Coach, Wade hopes to improve on last year's 2-6 record. The Nado saw a number of close games not go their way last year going 1-3 in one-score games. Kickoff for week one is at 7:00pm with pregame at 6:30pm on Sonshine 98.9 KQQF.

Loudermilk Makes Steelers Roster


A Kansas eight-man football star and Wisconsin Badger has made the final roster for the Pittsburgh Steelers. After rosters were trimmed down to 53, former West Elk Patriot Isaiahh Loudermilk has made the team as a back defensive lineman. Patriots Head Coach Chris Haag says it is a proud moment for everyone at West Elk.


The Steelers drafted Loudermilk in the fifth round with the 156th pick in the draft. Heading into his rookie season, Loudermilk is listed as the 3rd string right defensive end. The Steelers take on the Buffalo Bills week one.

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