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Onikute signs to play hoops for Cougar women
Mayowa Onikute is one of the most recent basketball players to sign a letter of intent to play basketball for the Barton County Community College women’s basketball team next season. Onikute comes to Barton from Queens, NY where she was a star prep player in the New York City area. She is the 4th out of state player to ink with new coach Lane Lord and the 10th overall signee in the 2004-05 recruiting class.

Ewafelo brings NCAA Tourney experience to Cougars
Vivian Ewafelo will bring the experience of the NCAA Women’s basketball tournament last season to the Barton County Community College women’s basketball team next season. She was a member of the Liberty University basketball team which lost to Georgia in the opening round of the tournament. Ewafelo, a 6-0 forward, will be a sophomore for the Cougars and new coach Lane Lord next season.

Hines joins Cougars from Lamar University
Trenice Hines is one of the latest out of state signees for new Barton County Community College women’s basketball coach Lane Lord. Harris, a 5-8 guard will join the Cougars as a transfer from Lamar University. She will be a sophomore for Barton County next season.

Buchanan latest in-state signee for Barton women’s basketball
Brianna Buchanan joined 5 other in-state signees for the Barton County Community College women’s basketball, signing a letter-of-intent to play basketball for the Cougars next season. Buchanan comes to Barton from Junction City High School, where she was named the team MVP the past two seasons. She is the 7th overall signee for new coach Lane Lord.

Harris 1st out-of-state signing for Barton County women
Brandi Harris became the 1st out-of-state signee for new Barton County Community College women’s basketball coach Lane Lord. Harris, a 5-7 point guard from Thunderbird High School in Phoenix, Arizona, signed a letter-of-intent to play for the Cougars next season. She will bring with her impressive individual and team success through her high school career, which included a pair of Class 4A state titles in Arizona as well as a runner-up effort her senior season.

Love signs to play for former coach at Barton County
Sharece Love was among the 5 signees released by the Barton County Community College women’s basketball team today and 1st year coach Lane Lord. She is a familiar face to Coach Lord, having played for him for four years at Wichita Heights High School. While at Heights, Love and her teammates complied an 89-8 record over four years with 2 Class 6A titles to the Falcons credit.

Ridley follows coach from Wichita Heights to Barton County
Brittany Ridley was among the 5 signees released by the Barton County Community College women’s basketball team today and 1st year coach Lane Lord. She is a familiar face to Coach Lord, having played for him for four years at Wichita Heights High School. While at Heights, Ridley and her teammates complied an 89-8 record over four years with 2 Class 6A titles to the Falcons credit.

Glen to play basketball for Barton County women
Ashley Glen has signed a letter-of-intent to play basketball for the Barton County Community College women’s basketball team next season. Glen will be playing for 1st year head coach Lane Lord after spending the previous four seasons playing against him. Glen played for Wichita’s Bishop Carroll High School while Lord coached at rival Wichita Heights High School. The two schools battled for the City League title in Wichita all four seasons of Glen’s high school career.

Carlile signs to play hoops for Barton County women
Victoria Carlile was among the first 5 signees released by the Barton County Community College women’s basketball team and 1st year head coach Lane Lord today. Carlile comes to Barton from Liberal High School and the hometown of Jayhawk West rival Seward County. During her time at Liberal, Carlile proved to a big-time scorer and 3-point shooter for the Redskins.

Phelan stays close to home to play college basketball
Kiely Phelan decided to keep things close to home to begin her college basketball career, signing to play basketball for the Barton County Community College women’s basketball team next season. She was among the group of 5 signees released by 1st-year Barton coach Lane Lord today. Phelan started 3 seasons at Quivira Heights High School in Bushton. Phelan lives in nearby Holyrood.

Cougars name Lane Lord to take over women’s basketball program
Barton County Community College named Lane Lord as the coach of the women’s basketball program at the school Tuesday afternoon. Lord becomes the 8th coach in the illustrious history of Barton County. Coach Lord comes to Barton County from Wichita Heights High School, where he compiled two state champions the past three seasons. Lord takes over for Don Kayser, who resigned during his 4th season at the school. The Cougars finished this season with a 14-17 record and a 4-year total of 56-70 during Coach Kayser’s tenure.

Barton just misses out on 1st round upset of top seed
The Barton County Community College women’s basketball team put a rather large scare into the Region VI’s top-seed Coffeyville Red Ravens Tuesday night in the opening round of the Region VI women’s basketball tournament. Barton led Coffeyville much of the contest and by as many a 6 points with 7 minutes to play before falling to the Red Ravens in Coffeyville, 64-53, at Nellis Gymnasium. The loss ends the Cougars season at 14-17 while Coffeyville (22-9) advances to the quarterfinals in Salina on Saturday.