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Wednesday, September 28
Conference play at Concorida

Barton 5, Cloud County 0

Sunday, October 2
Conference play at Great Bend

Barton 4, Hutchinson 1

Wednesday, October 5
Non-Conference match at Great Bend
Barton 3, Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa 1

Saturday, October 8
Conference play at Great Bend

Barton 6, Allen County 0

Tuesday, October 11
Conference play at Great Bend

Butler 3, Barton 0

Saturday, October 15
Conference play at Overland Park

Johnson County 4, Barton 0

Wednesday, October 19
Conference play at Dodge City

Barton 1, Dodge City 1 (2 ots)

Monday, October 24
Region VI 1st round at Great Bend

Hutchinson 2, Barton 0

Season ends with 8-7-1 record

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Casper new Barton women’s soccer coach
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team will be under the guidance of Bob Casper next season as Casper has been named to replace Jared Wilbanks, who coached the Cougars for a pair of season. Wilbanks will be getting out of college soccer coaching, taking a job in a forensics laboratory in Texas. Casper comes to Barton from Bemidji State, where he was an assistant coach the past two seasons. Casper is the 4th coach in the 6-year history of the program.

Cougars earn All-Conference honors
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team put three players on the All Jayhawk Conference teams. Elaine Fontes and Robin Reidle were named to the First Team, while Regina Zink was voted onto the second team. The Cougars turned in a great year, breaking many individual and team records. Barton finished the season with a record of 8-7-1, ending with a loss to Hutchinson in the first round of the Region VI playoffs.

Cougars season ends with 2-0 loss to Hutch in Region VI playoffs
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team had several highs during the 2005 season, but Monday afternoon was not one of them. The Cougars lost their opening round game of the Region VI Tournament, falling to Hutchinson, 2-0, ending Barton’s season with an 8-7-1 record. The Cougars, who ran off 6 straight wins at one point, were winless in the final four games of the season. Those four games were played without the services of Elaine Fontes, who scored a record 23 goals in the 1st 12 games of the year while Barton built an 8-4 mark. Fontes missed the final four games of the year after injuring her knee in a 6-0 win over Allen County. Fontes had surgery Friday to repair 3 ligaments in her knee. Hutchinson (9-9) moves on to play in the Region VI semifinals Saturday.

Cougars wrap up 3rd place in Jayhawk; home playoff game with tie at Dodge
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team finally accomplished its goal of a home playoff game Wednesday afternoon with a 1-1 tie at Dodge City. The tie gave the Cougars 3rd place in the Jayhawk Conference, securing that home playoff game in the final regular season game of the season. Barton had lost its last 2 games after running off 6 straight wins. The Cougars are now 8-6-1 overall this year and 6-2-1 in the Jayhawk. Dodge is now 8-7-2 and 5-3-1. The Cougars will play host to Hutchinson Monday afternoon at 2 pm in the opening round of the Region VI Tournament.

Barton struggles on the road at Johnson
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team dropped just their second Jayhawk Conference contest with a 4-0 loss at No. 13 Johnson County. The Cougars’ overall record fell to 8-6, but they are still in the hunt to host a first round playoff game. Barton will stay on the road, traveling to Dodge City on Wednesday, looking to close out the regular season on a winning note.

Barton drops 3-0 contest to Butler in battle of Jayhawk unbeatens
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team saw its string of 6 straight wins and a perfect Jayhawk Conference season come to an end Tuesday, dropping a 3-0 contest to Butler County at Cougar Fields. The Cougars fell to 6-1 in the Jayhawk while Butler locks up the conference title at 7-0. Barton played the game without its leading scorer Elaine Fontes, who missed the contest due to a knee injury. Her status in uncertain at this point as when she will return. Barton is now 8-5 while Butler, ranked No. 10 in the NJCAA, stays perfect at 14-0. Barton and Johnson County will square off for 2nd place in the Jayhawk when the two teams battle in Overland Park.

Cougars remain unbeaten in Jayhawk Conference with 6-0 blanking of Allen
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team kept its hopes alive for the Jayhawk Conference title, blanking Allen County 6-0 Saturday afternoon in conference action at Cougar Fields. The win moved Barton to 8-4 overall this year and 6-0 in Jayhawk play. Barton still has 3 conference tilts left, including a battle with the other unbeaten team in the Jayhawk, Butler County, Tuesday afternoon. Barton is currently riding a school-best 6-game winning streak. The win over Allen guaranteed Barton a home game in the upcoming Region VI playoffs. Allen County fell to 2-7 in the Jayhawk and 2-13-1 overall.

Barton defeats Northern Oklahoma; winning streak at 5
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team continued its winning ways Wednesday afternoon, knocking off Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa by a 3-1 score on a chilly, windy day at Cougar Fields. Barton scored a late goal in the opening half, then built its lead to 3-0 on the way to the 5th straight win for the Cougars – extending their school record. Barton is now 7-4 for the season and will step back into Jayhawk Conference action Saturday when Allen County visits. Barton is 5-0 in the Jayhawk with 4 conference dates left. Allen County will bring a 2-6 Jayhawk record into the contest and a 2-11-1 overall mark.

Barton stays perfect in Jayhawk; runs winning streak to record-setting 4 games
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team is experiencing the best stretch of soccer in the history of the 5 years of the program. The Cougars improved their winning streak to 4 games Sunday afternoon, breaking the old mark of 3. That win also kept the Cougars unbeaten in Jayhawk Conference action. All that occurred as Barton scored 4 second half goals to knock off Hutchinson, 4-1, at Cougars Fields. The Cougars are now 6-4 overall and a perfect 5-0 in Jayhawk play. Barton is one of just 2 unbeatens left in the conference.

Barton stays unbeaten in West play; Fontes equals school record
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team kept pace with the leaders in the Jayhawk Conference Wednesday with a 5-0 shutout win over Cloud County Wednesday afternoon in Concordia. The win moves the Cougars to 4-0 in the West and 5-4 overall this season. It was also the 3rd straight win for Barton – matching the longest stretch of wins in the 5-year history of the program. Barton will go for its 4th straight win as well as a 5-0 start to conference play Sunday when Hutchinson visits for a 3 pm start. A win would all but assure Barton of a home playoff game to start Region VI action at the end of the season.

Fontes earns Player of the Week Honors
Elaine Fontes of the Barton County Community College women’s soccer team has been named the NJCAA Division 1 Women’s Soccer Player of the Week. Fontes started off the week with a record setting performance at Garden City. She scored a team record 5 goals in the Cougars’ 9-0 victory. In the final game of the week, Fontes led Barton County to a 2-1 win over Neosho. She scored both the Cougars’ goals, including the game winner with 14 seconds left on the clock.

Cougars get game-winner with 14 seconds left; remain unbeaten in Jayhawk
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team has been setting scoring records at a light speed pace this season but none of the 31 goals up to Saturday’s final goal were near as exciting as that 32nd goal of the season. It was that goal – scored with just 14 seconds to play in regulation – that gave the Cougars a dramatic 2-1 win at Neosho Saturday in Jayhawk Conference play. A key win in Barton quest for a 1st round home game in the Region VI playoffs as the Cougars remained unbeaten in Jayhawk play at 3-0. Barton is 4-4 overall this season. Neosho fell to 4-2 in the conference and 8-3 overall. Barton is one of just 3 unbeaten teams in the conference with the top 4 getting home games.

Fontes sets school mark with 5 goals in 9-0 win at Garden City
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team is experiencing an offensive season the school has not seen in 5 years of existence for the program. Earlier this year the Cougars rewrote the offensive record books with a 12-0 blanking of Coffeyville. Wednesday afternoon in Garden City, the Cougars again changed the record book a bit as they put up the 2nd highest goal total in school history with a 9-0 shutout of Garden City. In the process freshman Elaine Fontes scored 5 goals for Barton, setting the single-game record. Barton is now 2-0 in the Jayhawk Conference and 3-4 overall. Barton will attempt to 3-0 in the conference when they visit Neosho County Saturday. 

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ougars earn split, go 1-1 in Mid Kansas ShootOut

The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team defeated Northern Oklahoma on Saturday before falling to Iowa Central on Sunday, finishing the Mid Kansas ShootOut with a weekend record of 1-1. Barton defeated Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa by the final score of 3-1 with a women’s record crowd of 150 in attendance at Cougars Fields, then dropped the Iowa Central game by the score of 6-2. This weekend’s play moves the Cougars’ season record to 2-4. Barton County will be back in action at Garden City this Wednesday for a Jayhawk Conference battle.




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arton blanked at Butler County
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team found itself on the other side of the ledger Saturday after a record-shattering 12-0 win over Coffeyville in the team’s home opener last week. The Cougars were blanked by an 8-0 score at one of the favorites in the Jayhawk Conference – Butler County. The game was a non-conference affair that left the Cougars with a 1-3 overall mark and still a 1-0 record in Jayhawk play. The Cougars will back at home Saturday and Sunday when Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa and Iowa Central visit for the Mid Kansas Shoot Out at Cougar Fields.

Cougars rewrite record book in 12-0 win over Coffeyville to start Jayhawk play
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team couldn’t have started the 2005 Jayhawk Conference play with a much better effort. The Cougars rolled to a 12-0 win over Coffeyville in the home opener, setting numerous records in the process. By the time it was over, Barton had broken or tied 6 team records and 5 individual records – including the 12 goals – as the Cougars improved to 1-2 on the season. Coffeyville, playing in its first season, falls to 0-4.





Barton women start soccer season off with losses in Rochester Tourney

The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team dropped the opening two games of the season to a pair of quality teams in Rochester, Minn. over the weekend. The Cougars lost the season opener to unbeaten (3-0) Rochester by a 4-2 score then fell 8-2 to the College of DuPage (3-0) Sunday. The Cougars will open West play and be at home for the 1st time this year when Coffeyville visits Wednesday.