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Cougars claim Region VI title in double OT; NJCAA Tournament 2 wins away
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team won the Region VI title for the 2nd time in school history Sunday afternoon in Topeka and now will embark on a mission to reach the NJCAA National Tournament for the 2nd time in school history as well. Barton won the Region VI title in dramatic fashion, beating Neosho County 2-1 in double overtime in Hummer Park. The game ended when Michael Brewer scored in the 2nd OT as the Cougars claimed their 1st region title since 2002. Barton, now 18-3, will take on Laramie County (Wyom) in the 1st game of the District Championships this weekend. The winner of that contest will battle Jefferson College (Mo) for the right to advance to the NJCAA Tournament in Tyler, Texas. Neosho ends its season at 15-6-1. The Cougars won their semifinal game 3-0 over Garden City Saturday. The 18 wins set a school record for Barton, besting the previous mark of 16 set twice.

Barton moves into Region VI semis with win over Johnson
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Region VI tournament with a 3-2 win over Johnson County Tuesday afternoon at Cougar Fields. Barton never trailed in the game but wasn’t secure with the win until the final buzzer as the No. 8 seeded Cavaliers from Johnson gave the No. 1 seeded Cougars all they could handle. With the win Barton (16-3) moves into the semis to face Garden City (8-10) for the chance to play in the Region VI Championship game. Barton and Garden will battle Saturday at 5 pm in Topeka’s Hummer Park. The title game will be Sunday at 3 pm in Hummer Park.

Brewer sets school mark with 21st goal; Barton unbeaten in Conference season
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team had a big afternoon Friday at Concordia as sophomore Michael Brewer set 1 record and tied 2 more during Barton’s 4-1 win at Cloud County. The win also wrapped up another unbeaten conference season for the Cougars, going a perfect 9-0. It is the 5th straight year Barton has had the best record in the Jayhawk Conference with the Cougars winning 4 titles – Barton was ineligible for the title last year. Barton has now won 23 straight conference games, dating back to a tie in 2005 with Garden City. The lost loss for Barton in Conference play was the final game of the 2004 season when Barton lost to Dodge City 2-0, giving Barton a 25-game unbeaten streak in the conference. Barton will be at home to start the Region VI playoffs Tuesday when Johnson County visits Cougars Fields for a 3 pm start.

Cougars wrap up Jayhawk Championships with win over Allen County; Brewer ties school record with 20th goal of season
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team didn’t sprint across the finish line Wednesday afternoon at Cougar Fields but Barton did do enough to stall a furious Allen County rally and preserve a win that clinched the Jayhawk Conference title for the Cougars. With its 5-4 win over Allen, Barton moved to 8-0 in the Jayhawk with 1 game remaining – out of reach of any of the other 9 teams in the conference. Barton’s Championship gave the Cougars 4 of the last 5 conference titles with the only hiccup a probation year last season when the Cougars had the best record in the Jayhawk but were ineligible for the title. The Cougars are currently riding a 23-game unbeaten streak in Jayhawk play. In addition to the team feats, Barton sophomore Michael Brewer tied the school record with his 20th goal of the season when he netted the 3rd of his 3-goal day. He tied the mark held by Bruno Conciecao and Desmond Yankey when both scored 20 in 2005.

Barton wins at Johnson; can clinch Jayhawk title Wednesday at home
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team took another stride toward re-establishing itself as the Jayhawk Conference champion with a win at Johnson County Monday afternoon. Barton defeated Johnson 4-1 to go to 7-0 in Jayhawk and 1 win away from clinching the Jayhawk title. Barton will get that opportunity Wednesday when Allen visits Cougar Fields for a 4 pm match. Barton finishes its regular season Friday at Cloud County. The goal by Johnson County ended a school record-tying 5-game shutout streak for the Cougars and keeper Donovan Dowling.

Cougars one step closer to Jayhawk title with 2-0 win at Dodge
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team didn’t show much of a letdown coming off a big win Saturday over Neosho County. The Cougars traveled to Dodge City Wednesday and picked up another Jayhawk Conference win, defeating the Conquistador 2-0 to grab sole possession of 1st place in the conference with 18 points. Barton is the lone unbeaten left in the conference at 6-0 with 3 games still to play. The Cougars are now 12-3 overall this season. The Cougars have yet to crack the Top 15 in the NJCAA  poll but have been receiving votes. Dodge City fell to 4-2-2 in the Jayhawk and 7-5-2 overall.

Barton lone unbeaten left in Jayhawk after 1-0 win over Neosho
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team put itself in position to win the Jayhawk Conference and take the top seed in the upcoming Region VI playoffs with a 1-0 win over Neosho County Saturday at Cougar Fields. Barton scored in the game’s final 10 minutes for the win over the only other previously unbeaten team in conference play. Barton is now 5-0 in the Jayhawk and 6-0 in Region VI play while Neosho falls to 5-1 in the conference and 6-1 in region action. Barton is 11-3 overall and Neosho 11-5. Barton is back in action Wednesday when it travels to Dodge City for Jayhawk play. Barton now has a 20-game unbeaten streak against Jayhawk Conference opponents.

Cougars earn road Jayhawk win at KCK; move to 5-0 in Region VI play
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team earned a key road win in the Jayhawk Conference, defeating KCK 2-0 in Kansas City. The win moved Barton to 4-0 in the conference and 5-0 in Region VI play for post season seeding purposes. The Cougars are 10-3 overall. The win set up a big showdown Saturday when Neosho brings its 6-0 Region mark and 5-0 conference mark to Great Bend for a 4 pm battle. The winner will control its own destiny for the Jayhawk title and the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Region VI tournament.

Barton gets region win over defending Region VI champion
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team took a big step toward recapturing the Jayhawk Conference regular season title Wednesday night with a win over the defending Region VI champions Coffeyville. The Cougars beat the Red Ravens by a slim 2-0 score as Barton posted its 2nd straight shutout of a conference and region foe. The win moved Barton to 4-0 in Region VI and still in contention for the No. 1 seed later in the year for post season play. Barton is now 3-0 in the Jayhawk – 1 of 2 unbeaten teams remaining. Barton is 9-3 overall this year. Coffeyville falls to 4-5-2 overall this year and 2-2-2 in region action.

Barton rolls by Independence to remain unbeaten in Region play
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team protected its home turf Sunday in its quest for a Region VI championship this season. The Cougars blanked Independence, 6-0, to move to 3-0 in the region and 8-3 overall. Indy dropped to 2-4 and 3-7. Barton and Neosho are the only unbeaten teams remaining in the Region. The Cougars will get a battle Wednesday when they host Coffeyville – the winner of last year Region VI Championships and 2-1-2 in Region play this year. The game will kick off at 4 pm.

Cougars winning streak ends with loss to No. 9 Tonkawa
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team had its 5-game winning streak come to an end with a 2-1 loss to 9th ranked Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa Wednesday afternoon at Cougar Fields. Barton trailed most of the match but a late goal and several late opportunities kept the excitement going at the pitch until the final seconds ticked off. Barton falls to 7-3 overall this season while Tonkawa improves to 5-1-1. The Cougars will be back in Jayhawk play this weekend when they host Independence Sunday at 4 pm. The Cougars are 1-0 in the Jayhawk and 2-0 in Region VI action.

Brewer records hat trick in 5-0 Barton blanking of Hill College
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team returned home for the 1st time since its season opening Classic to the tune of a 5-0 win over Hill College (Texas) Saturday at Cougar Fields. The Cougars got a hat trick from Michael Brewer to go with a pair of assists in the win – the 5th straight for Barton. Barton will look to make it 6 in a row Wednesday when Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa pays a visit to Cougar Fields.

Barton wins road games at Western Nebraska and Laramie
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team traveled north this past weekend, picking up a wins in Scottsbluff, Neb. and Laramie, Wyom. The Cougars won 4-2 over Western Nebraska Saturday then captured a 4-1 win at Laramie County Sunday. The wins move Barton to 5-2 on the season. The Cougars will return home after 5 Saturday after playing its last 5 contests on the road. Barton will host Hill (Texas) College at Cougars Fields at 4 pm.

Cougars rally for thrilling win at Garden City
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team rallied from a 1-0 deficit late with 20 minutes to play at Garden City Thursday for a thrilling 4-1 win by scoring 4 times in those final 2 minute. In a match-up of the top 2 teams in the Region from the coaches preseason poll, Barton emerge the victor in the Jayhawk opener to move to 1-0 in the conference and 2-0 in the Region. Barton is back in action this weekend in non conference action at Laramie (Wyom) and Western Nebraska.

Barton winning streak ends at 16 with loss to No 4 San Jacinto in Barton Classic
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team had its school record 16-game winning streak come to an end Sunday with a 3-1 loss to No. 4 San Jacinto (Texas) in the Barton Classic to open the 2007 season. Barton had won 15 straight to end last season and ran that winning streak to 16 with a win over 5-0 Hesston Saturday in the Classic. San Jacinto was the only team to beat Barton last year before the Cougars won the final 15 games.

Barton men’s soccer picked 1st in Region VI poll
The Barton County Community College men’s soccer team was the selection of the coaches in the Region to win the Region VI soccer title this season. The Cougars were picked 1st with Neosho County and Garden City tying for the 2nd spot. Tying for the 4th spot was Coffeyville and Johnson County. This is the 1st year a preseason coaches poll has been taken in Region VI soccer.

Friday, October 19
Men's Soccer
Jayhawk Conference Play
at Concordia
Barton 4 Cloud 1

Tuesday, October 23
Men's Soccer
Region VI Playoffs
at Great Bend
Barton 3 Johnson 2

Saturday, October 27
Men's Soccer
Region VI Playoffs
Semifinals at Topeka
Barton 3 Garden 0

Sunday, October 28
Men's Soccer
Region VI Playoffs
Championship at Topeka
Barton 2 Neosho 1 (2 ots)

Friday, November 2
Men's Soccer
District Playoffs
at Overland Park
Barton 1 Laramie (Wyom) 0

Saturday, November 3
Men's Soccer
District Playoffs
at Overland Park
Jefferson (Mo) 5, Barton 0