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Tuesday, October 3
Region VI play at Hesston
Barton 2, Hesston 1

Saturday, October 7
Jayhawk Conference match up at Great Bend
Barton 2, Johnson County 0

Wednesday, October 11
Jayhawk Conference match up at Iola
Barton 3, Allen 0

Saturday, October 14
Jayhawk Conference match up at Great Bend
Barton v Neosho, 4 pm - ppd

Monday, October 16
Jayhawk Conference match up at Great Bend
Barton 2, Neosho 1

Wednesday, October 18
Jayhawk Conference match up at Great Bend
Barton 8, Cloud 2

End of season

2007 Fall Schedule

Ratanamorn repeats as 1st team All-American; Ayache earns HM honors
Craig Ratanamorn made it back-to-back seasons as a 1st team All-American for the Barton County Community College men’s soccer team this season. The sophomore from Wichita was again tabbed a 1st team NJCAA All-American goalkeeper this season after helping the Cougars to a 15-1 record this past season. Ratanamorn becomes Barton’s 1st back-to-back All American in school history. Barton freshman forward Omar Ayache was tabbed an Honorable Mention All-American as well. Barton has now had a 1st or 2nd team All-American the past 5 years.

Four Cougars earn 1st team All Jayhawk Conference
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team took a good piece of the Jayhawk Conference honors as soon as their season ended. Coming off a short, but very successful, season in which the Cougars went undefeated throughout conference play and only lost one game all year, Barton placed four athletes on the All-Conference squad. All four were placed on the first team. More impressively is the fact that Barton was represented at each position. Sophomore Craig Ratanamorn earned goalkeeper honors, sophomore Micah Nelson was voted on as a midfielder, sophomore Jon Shaad as a defender, and freshman Omar Ayache as a forward.

Barton wraps up unbeaten Jayhawk season with 8-2 win over Cloud
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team made it 4 straight years as either the Jayhawk Conference champion or finishing with the best record in the conference. Barton finished a perfect 8-0 this season, ineligible to win the conference championship. The Cougars had won the 3 previous conference titles. Barton concluded its unbeaten conference season with an 8-2 win over Cloud County Wednesday afternoon at Cougar Fields. The win in the season finale extended Barton’s school record winning streak to 15 games as the Cougars ended the season 15-1. Over the past 4 seasons in Jayhawk Conference play, Barton is a dominant 31-2-1 and has an unbeaten streak of 16 games in Jayhawk play.

Cougars best team in Jayhawk once again; beat Neosho 2-1
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team is ineligible to win the Jayhawk Conference championship this season due to an unprecedented department-wide probation placed on the school this year despite the fact no wrong-doing was found in the men’s soccer program. But the Cougars can claim to be the best team in the Jayhawk Conference for the 4th straight season, moving to 7-0 in conference play and securing the best mark in the conference. Barton wrapped that up with a 2-1 win over Neosho County Monday afternoon at Cougar Fields. Neosho had come into the game 6-1 in the conference and left 6-2. Neosho will be awarded the conference championship trophy with the 2nd best record in the conference. Barton has one more conference game left – a home game against Cloud County Wednesday. If the Cougars win that contest, Barton will finish 8-0 in the Jayhawk – 2 games better than anyone else. The Cougars are currently riding a 14-game winning streak and are 14-1 overall this year.

Barton moves into tie for top spot in Jayhawk; can claim top spot Saturday
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team moved to within one game of clinching the best record in the Jayhawk Conference for the 4th straight year. The Cougars defeated Allen County Wednesday, 3-2, in Iola, to move to 6-0 in the Jayhawk this season and up its school record winning streak to 13 games. Barton, at 6-0, has 18 points in the conference with 2 games to play. Neosho also has 18 points, but with a 6-1 record, has just one game left – a visit to Barton Saturday at 4 pm. Due to an unprecedented depart-wide probation placed on Barton this year by the NJCAA, the Cougars are not eligible to win the Jayhawk Conference Championship so Neosho has already clinched the conference crown. But the Cougars still have the best record in the conference and still have a shot at an unbeaten conference season. Barton currently has a 14-game conference unbeaten streak going.

Barton runs win streak to 12; stays unbeaten in Jayhawk with 2-0 win over Johnson
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team removed one more obstacle toward an unbeaten season in the Jayhawk Conference this season with a 2-0 win over Johnson County Saturday at Cougars Fields in Great Bend. The Cougars moved to 5-0 in the Jayhawk and 12-1 overall, riding a school record 12-game winning streak. The wins also keeps Barton’s region unbeaten streak in tact at 15 games. Barton has just 3 games left – all Jayhawk Conference contests – starting Wednesday at Allen County in the final road game of the season.

Men's soccer makes it school record 11 straight wins with 2-1 win at Hesston
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team has a school record under its belt after notching its 11th straight win Tuesday night in Hesston, defeating Hesston 2-1 in Region VI play. The 11 straight wins surpass the old mark of 10 set just last year when Barton had a school 18-game unbeaten streak. Barton also made it 14 straight game without a loss in region action with the win. The Cougars will look to make it 15 straight unbeaten games in the region and 12 straight wins when Johnson County pays a visit to Barton Saturday in a Jayhawk Conference tilt.

Barton matches school record with 10th straight win; beat KCK 1-0
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team has strung together 10 straight wins since an season-opening loss to No. 4 Tyler (Texas), matching the school record set just last season when Barton won 10 straight and put together an unbeaten streak of 18 games. The Cougars equaled that mark Saturday with a 1-0 win in Kansas City over KCK. The win keeps Barton unbeaten in Jayhawk Conference play, where the Cougars are 4-0 and the only unbeaten team in the Jayhawk at the midway point of Barton’s Jayhawk schedule. Barton is unbeaten in its last 13 region games.

Cougars run winning streak to 9 with 3-1 win at Northern Oklahoma
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team moved to within 1 game of the school record for most consecutive wins, notching a 3-1 road win over Northern Oklahoma in Tonkawa. Last season Barton won 10 straight contest, stringing together an 18-game unbeaten streak in the process. The 9 straight wins is the 2nd best all-time at Barton. Barton used 2 2nd half goals to notch the 3-1 win and improve to 9-1 for the season. The Cougars will be on the road this weekend, traveling to KCK for a 3 pm Jayhawk Conference kick off. Barton is currently 3-0 in the Jayhawk, riding a 9-game conference winning streak and a 12-game unbeaten streak.

Barton continues Jayhawk streak with 3-1 win over Dodge
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team ran its unbeaten streak in the Jayhawk Conference to 12 games, winning a 3-1 decision against Dodge City Wednesday to remain the only unbeaten team in the conference. Barton currently sits tied 3rd place in the conference with 9 points – due to the fact Barton has only played 3 conference games and is currently 3-0. Dodge (4-1-1) leads with 13 points followed by Garden City (3-1-1) with 10. Neosho (3-1) has 9 points as well. The Cougars are off until next Wednesday when they travel to Tonkawa, Okla. Barton will put its 8-1 overall record and 8-game winning streak on the line against No. 13 Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa

Barton takes pair of 1-0 wins in Mid Kansas Shoot Out
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team is quickly gaining a reputation as a team that is hard to score on. The Cougars notched a pair of 1-0 shutouts this past weekend at the Mid Kansas Shoot Out, scoring their 3rd and 4th shutouts of the seasons in 8 games. In 3 more games, the Cougars have allowed just 1 goal. With the Cougars 1-0 wins over Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa and Western Nebraska, Barton has now won 7 straight and are 7-1 overall this season. Barton will look to stay perfect in the Jayhawk Conference Wednesday as they travel to Dodge City. Barton is unbeaten in its last 11 Jayhawk games.

Barton moves to 2-0 in Jayhawk Conference play; Ayache earns hat trick
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team continued streaking in Jayhawk Conference action, running its unbeaten streak in conference play to 11 games with a 3-1 win over Garden City Wednesday at Cougar Fields. Barton rallied from a 1-0 halftime to deficit to move to 2-0 this year in the Jayhawk Conference, led by Omar Ayache, who netted all 3 Barton goals. The Cougars have now won 5 straight contests after a season-opening loss to No. 5 San Jacinto (Texas) in a pair of overtimes. Barton is now 5-1 overall as they prepare for the Mid Kansas Shoot Out this weekend at Cougar Fields, where the Cougars will take on unbeaten Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa as well as Western Nebraska.

Barton earns a pair of impressive wins in Iowa
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team has now strung together 4 straight wins after winning two games this past weekend in Iowa. The Cougars won a 4-1 game Saturday in Council Bluffs then boarded the bus and won a 1-0 double overtime contest Sunday at Fort Dodge over Iowa Central. The wins move Barton to 4-1 heading into its home opener Wednesday. Barton will host Garden City Wednesday at 4 pm in Jayhawk Conference play at Cougar Fields. Barton is currently 1-0 in Jayhawk play and hold a combined mark of 27-2-1 since the 2003 season in conference action.

Strong defense carries Cougars to first conference victory
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team took a good first step towards staying on top of the Jayhawk Conference for the 4th year. The Cougars traveled to Coffeyville on Wednesday and came away with a hard-nosed 1-0 victory. With the game tied with no score for most of the way, the Barton defense played a big role, and sophomore goalkeeper Craig Ratanamorn showed why he is one of the best in the nation.