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Cougar women golfers win 2nd straight tournament championship
The Barton County Community College women’s golf team won its 2nd straight tournament, dominating the field for a 2nd straight tournament, this tim by 30 strokes to the win the Central Christian Tournament held at Turkey Creek Golf Course in McPherson. Barton shot a 733 for the title with Pratt taking 2nd at 763. Independence was a distant 3rd at 840. In addition to the team title, Barton had the individual champion as well as Ali Rein shot an impressive 85-91 for a 176 total 1st place by 2 strokes. Barton will have its final Jayhawk designate of the Fall in Pratt later in October. Currently Pratt and Barton are tied atop the Jayhawk standings with 7 points each.

Barton women capture Dodge City Invitational by 21 strokes
The Barton County Community College women’s golf team dominated the field at the Dodge City Invitational, which also doubled as a conference tournament for the Jayhawk Conference teams in the field. Barton shot a 764 to win by 21 strokes over runner-up Pratt, who shot a 785. Colby was a distant third with a 841. Nancy Aratea shot a 186 to win the conference individual portion of the tournament and take 4th overall.

Cougar men take 6th to open Jayhawk conference season
The Barton County Community College men’s golf team took 6th to open the 2006-07 Jayhawk Conference season at the Independence County Club. Barton shot a 614 during the 2-day event. Dodge City won the event with a 578. Barton was led by Lynn Rowland who fired a 4-over 148, just missing the top 10.

Barton women golfers fire 2nd best score at conference opener
The Barton County Community College golf team just missed winning the initial golf tournament of the season, taking 2nd place at the event by a single stroke. Barton shot a 2-day total of 767 to Pratt’s 766. Colby was a distant 3rd with an 823. Nancy Aratea was the top finisher for the Cougars, shooting a 185, good for 3rd place overall.