Johnson County Community College led all schools with 11 players named to the All-Kansas Jayhawk Conference East Division first, second and honorable mention teams. The all-conference honors are voted on by the league’s head coaches
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – With an 8-3 loss to Barton Community College in the consolation bracket of the Central District Tournament, the 13-ranked Johnson County Community College baseball team saw its once promising 2019 season come to an end over the weekend. The Cavaliers finished the season 46-12.
– The 13th-ranked Johnson County Community College (45-11) baseball team led by five runs after four innings and three after eight, but Colby managed to tie the game in the ninth and pull out the upset win in the 10th for 12-11 victory.
Johnson County freshman infielder/outfielder Vince Donato ripped a double down the line to score sophomore second baseman Mason Hartman for a walk-off 9-8 victory over Fort Scott Community College in the consolation bracket of the Central District Tournament at Eck Stadium in Wichita.
The No. 16-ranked Johnson County Community College baseball team (44-10) took game one of the Region VI first-round series against Garden City Community College yesterday afternoon with a 13-6 victory.
The Johnson County Community College baseball team is set to begin its quest for a spot in the NJCAA World Series in Grand Junction, Colo., when they host Garden City Community College in the first stage of the Region VI Tournament.
The Johnson County Community College baseball team put themselves in a position to move into a tie for first place in the conference race by taking the first two games in the series with Cowley, but the Tigers forced a split winning game three and four at JCCC this weekend. With the split, the Cavaliers remain two games of Cowley with four conference games left to play in the regular season.
The Johnson County Community College baseball team picked up a crucial series win over Neosho County Community College over the weekend. The teams split the first two games at JCCC on Friday afternoon, but came back to take both games at Chanute on Saturday, to remain two games back of Cowley for the top spot in the Kansas Jayhawk Conference.
Earlier this season, he Johnson County Community College baseball team was unstoppable, winning a school record 23 straight games while catapulting up the national rankings all the way to number six. However, since the start of April, the Cavaliers have split back-to-back conference series with Fort Scott and most recently Kansas City Kansas, to fall to 16-5 in the conference and two games back of Cowley
The No. 6-ranked Johnson County Community College baseball team improved to 33-4 on the season with an 8-2 home win over Metropolitan Community College, yesterday. Seven of the Cavaliers’ eight runs were scored in the first and eighth innings
For the first time this season, the 8th-ranked Johnson County Community College baseball team was in danger of losing a conference series after dropping two of the first three games against Fort Scott Community College over the weekend. However, the Cavaliers managed a split after taking the final game 17-6.
The 22-game win streak by 8th-ranked Johnson County Community College baseball team came to an end yesterday with a 5-2 loss to Fort Scott in the first game of a four-game series. However, the Cavaliers bounced back to take the second game 12-3 and remain in first place in the conference race with a 13-1 record
The Johnson County Community College baseball team extended its program record win streak to 22 games after pounding out 16 hits, including four home runs, in a 16-9 home victory over Rockhurst University JV yesterday afternoon. The Cavaliers also stole 10 bases in the game.
The Johnson County Community College baseball team continues to climb up the national rankings as they jump two spots to No. 6 in this week’s NJCAA Division I Poll. The Cavaliers were ranked 16th in the preseason poll.
The Johnson County Community College baseball team (25-2/8-0) extended its winning streak to 17 straight games Tuesday afternoon with a 10-5 win over Crowder College. The Cavaliers also moved up four spots in the NJCAA rankings to No. 8 in the country.
Johnson County Community College sophomore outfielder Anthony Amacangelo and freshman right-handed pitcher Trey Ziegenbein hve been selected the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference Pitcher of the Week for week 7.
The No. 12-ranked Johnson County Community College baseball team swept their second conference series of the season, this time against the Highland Community College Scotties. The Cavaliers won the first two games at home, 9-6 and 14-6, then completed the sweep taking both games at Highland on Friday, 3-2 and 15-2.
Southwestern Community College got a first-hand look why Johnson County Community College is leading the NJCAA in team batting. The Cavaliers pounded out 17 hits and batted .539 in a 16-1 romp over the Trojans yesterday.
The 12-ranked Johnson County Community College baseball team is on a role and this weekend, they overpowered Labette Community College to take all four games in the opening conference series of the season.
The 12th-ranked Johnson County baseball team put up a record performance while demolishing Ottawa University JV yesterday 37-2. The 37 runs set a new game record, breaking the old mark of 35 in a win over Haskell Indian Nations in 2002. The 35-run margin also is a new game record, breaking the old mark of 32 in that win over Haskell.
The 15th-ranked Johnson County Cavaliers baseball team improved to 14-2 on the season after taking all three games in the series with Minnesota West Community and Technical College March 7-8. Johnson County outscored Minnesota West 45-to-4 and outhit the Bluejays 35-to-14.