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Barton men’s soccer wins district title; headed to 2nd NJCAA Championship
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team finds itself exactly where it wanted to be back in August at the start of practice – the 2009 NJCAA National Tournament. Barton earned the school’s 2nd-ever trip there with a 4-2 win over host St. Louis-Meramec Saturday afternoon in the Plains District Championships. Barton had defeated Laramie County (Wyom) Friday, 2-1, to advance to play Meramec and the right to move on the NJCAA Championships in West Windsor, New Jersey in a little more than one week. The Cougars will take a 20-3 record to nationals, where they will take on 3rd ranked Schoolcraft College (Mich). Schoolcraft is 16-1-2. The game will be Thursday, November 19.

Cougars capture Region VI title for 2nd time in 3 years
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team took a huge step toward its goal of an NJCAA Tournament appearance with the school’s 2nd Region VI in the past 3 seasons. Barton won the championship game 2-1 over Cloud County Sunday at Hummer Park in Topeka. The Cougars moved into the semifinal contest when a pair of ranked teams did battle in the semifinals with the No. 9 Cougars shutting out No. 13 Garden City by a 3-0 score. The Region title is Barton’s 3rd in school history. The Cougars will need to win 2 more games this weekend in order to earn the school’s 2nd NJCAA Berth. Barton will take on Laramie County (Wyom) Friday at 1 pm in St. Louis in Plains District action. The winner of that contest gets host St. Louis-Meramec Saturday in a 2 pm start with the winner of game advancing to the NJCAA Tournament in New Jersey later this month.

Barton showdown with Garden set; beats Cowley in Region VI opener 4-1
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team took care of business Tuesday night at Memorial Stadium in Great Bend with a 4-1 win over Cowley to start Region VI post-season play. The win set up a semifinal showdown between men’s soccer rivals Barton and Garden City. The two met in an epic championship game last year in the region with Garden winning on penalty kicks after the two teams battled 1-1 through two overtimes. Garden moved into the semifinals with a 3-2 overtime win over Kansas City Kansas. The battle will take place Halloween night in Topeka at 6:30.

Cougars end regular season with 7-3 win; host Cowley to open Region VI
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team closed down the 2009 regular season with a 7-3 win over Allen County Tuesday afternoon at Cougar Fields in Great Bend. Barton finished the regular season with a 15-3 mark and has moved up to No. 9 in the latest NJCAA rankings. Barton finished 2nd in the Jayhawk Conference and will take the No. 2 seed into the Region VI playoffs next week. Barton will open 1st round action at home when Cowley visits the Cougars Tuesday. The contest will be played at Memorial Stadium at Great Bend High School with kickoff set for 7 pm.

Barton wins 4-0 at KCK; secures No. 2 seed in Region VI playoffs
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team ran locked down the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Region VI playoffs with a 4-0 win at Kansas City Kansas Friday night. The Cougars scored 3 2nd half goals to put the game away at Swope Park in Kansas City. Barton has just one game left in the regular season and holds the tiebreaker with Garden for 2nd if the two teams should tie. Barton is 9-1 in the region with only a contest against Allen County Tuesday while Garden is finished at 9-2. Johnson County, 10-0-1, will be the No. 1 seed.

Cougars score big Jayhawk win in Garden, 1-0
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team bounced back from its 1st loss in Jayhawk Conference play in nearly 5 years with a big win at Garden City Wednesday night in a battle of ranked teams. The No.14 Cougars moved to within a game of locking down the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Region VI playoffs with a 1-0 win over defending Region VI Champion No. 13 Broncbusters. The win moved Barton to 13-3 overall and 8-1 in Region VI. Garden City falls to 11-3 and 7-2. Barton can secure that 2nd spot win a win over KCK Friday in Kansas City. Barton is now 41-1-2 in its last 44 Jayhawk games.

Barton’s 42-game Jayhawk unbeaten streak ends with loss at Johnson
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team saw a long unbeaten streak come to an end Saturday in Overland Park. It was the 1st time in 43 Jayhawk conference games that Barton lost when Johnson County scored a 2-1 win over the Cougars. Barton was 40-0-2 since a 2-0 loss to Dodge City to end the regular season back in 2004. The win put Johnson in the driver’s seat for the Jayhawk Conference title at 8-0-1 mark in the conference and just one conference tilt remaining. Barton fell to 6-1 and has a big battle with 6-1 Garden City Wednesday night in Garden.

Barton impressive in 4-1 win over Mavericks
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team turned in an impressive effort Thursday night on the turf at Great Bend High School with a 4-1 win over Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa. The No. 10 ranked Cougars handed the Mavericks – ranked most of the season – just their 4th loss of the year. Barton has now won 10 straight games and improved to 12-2 on the season. The Cougars will be on the road Saturday for a contest that will go a long ways to deciding the Jayhawk Conference Champion this season when they travel to Johnson County. Barton is currently riding a 42-game Jayhawk Conference unbeaten streak that has seen Barton to 40-0-2. Johnson and Barton are the only two unbeatens in the conference with Garden City close behind with just 1 loss.

Cougars battle past Cloud for Jayhawk win; winning streak at 9
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team captured a physical battle Wednesday in Concordia for a 4-1 win over Cloud County. The win kept Barton unbeaten in both the Jayhawk (6-0) and Region VI (7-0). The No. 11 ranked Cougars are 11-2 overall and winners for 9 straight games. Barton will get nearly a week off before host Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa in a night game at Great Bend High’s Memorial Stadium Thursday. The game will pit a pair of ranked foes with Northern Oklahoma carrying a No. 12 ranking into the 8 pm contest.

Newman sets school mark with 5 goals in 11-1 win over Hesston
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team had an easy afternoon Monday, rolling to an 11-1 win over Hesston in Region VI action at Cougar Fields in Great Bend. During that contest, sophomore Harry Newman booted in 5 goals to set a school record for the Cougars. Friday night Barton won 5-0 in Jayhawk Conference action over Neosho at Great Bend’s Memorial Stadium when Kevin Ellis scored 4 times. The Cougars are now 10-2 overall this season and 6-0 in the region. Barton will look to keep that unbeaten Jayhawk mark alive at Cloud Wednesday.

Barton holds on for 2-1 Jayhawk win over Coffeyville
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team hung on for a hard-fought Jayhawk Conference win Tuesday at Cougar Fields, edging Coffeyville by a 2-1 score. The Cougars win was the 6th in row and kept them unbeaten in the Jayhawk Conference with a perfect 4-0 mark. Barton will look to keep that perfect mark in tact when its hosts Neosho Friday night at Great Bend High School’s Memorial Stadium in an 8 pm kickoff.

Cougars pick up road win in Jayhawk action
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team earned a road conference win Saturday with a 2-1 victory over Cowley in Arkansas City. Barton scored 2 quick goals then held a 2-1 lead the entire 2nd half for the tight win. The Cougars are 3-0 in the Jayhawk and 7-2 overall this season. Barton is in the midst of a 6-game stretch that sees it play only Region VI contests through the end of September. Three straight home dates with Coffeyville, Neosho, and Hesston are next on the docket.

Barton sets school mark for goals in 16-0 blanking of Indy
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team broke a school record Tuesday afternoon with a 16-0 shutout of Independence in Jayhawk West play. The 16 goals broke the old record of 11 goals scored last year against Dodge City. Barton is now 2-0 on the young Jayhawk Conference season and 6-2 overall. Barton will travel to Arkansas City Saturday to take on Cowley.

Cougars survive OT thriller with Western Nebraska; start season 2-0
The Barton Community College men’s soccer team had to play a little longer than originally scheduled Sunday afternoon but ended the season-opening Barton Soccer Classic with a perfect 2-0 mark. Barton had to play 2:30 minute into overtime Sunday before coming away with a thrilling 1-0 win over Western Nebraska on Memorial Field at Great Bend High School. The Cougars had an easier time of it Saturday night, rolling to a 5-0 win over Dakota County Technical College (Minn). Garden City also went 2-0 during the event with a 5-2 win over Western Nebraska and a 1-0 win over DCTC. Barton will take to the road for the 1st time this season when the Cougars head to Houston, Texas over the Labor Day Weekend. Barton will play traditional NJCAA powers in Texas schools San Jacinto and Tyler.

Tuesday October 20
Men's Soccer
Jayhawk Conference match
at Great Bend
Barton 7 Allen 3

Tuesday October 27
Men's Soccer
Region VI Playoffs
1st round
at Great Bend High School
Barton 4 Cowley 1

Saturday October 31
Men's Soccer
Region VI Playoffs
at Hummer Park in Topeka
Barton 3 Garden 0

Sunday November 1
Men's Soccer
Region VI Playoffs
at Hummer Park in Topeka
Barton 2 Cloud 1

Friday November 6
Men's Soccer
Plains District Playoffs
at St Louis
Barton 2 Laramie (Wyom) 1

Saturday November 7
Men's Soccer
Plains District Playoffs
at St Louis
Barton 4 St Louis Meramec 2

Thursday November 19
Men's Soccer
NJCAA National Tournament
at West Windsor, NJ
Schoolcraft (Mich) 2 Barton 0

Friday November 20
Men's Soccer
NJCAA National Tournament
at West Windsor, NJ
Barton 1 Essex (NJ) 1 (2 ots)
Essex wins 6-5 in PK shootout



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