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Saturday, September 30
Jayhawk Conference match up at Hutchinson
Hutchinson 4, Barton 0

Tuesday, October 3
Jayhawk Conference match up at El Dorado
No. 12 Butler 5, Barton 1

Saturday, October 7
Jayhawk Conference match up at Great Bend
No. 10 Johnson 4, Barton 1

Wednesday, October 11
Jayhawk Conference match up at Iola
Barton 3, Allen 2

Saturday, October 14
Jayhawk Conference match up at Great Bend
Barton v Neosho, 2 pm - ppd

Monday, October 16
Jayhawk Conference match up at Great Bend
Barton 1, Neosho 0

Wednesday, October 18
Jayhawk Conference match up at Great Bend
Barton 4 Cloud 1

End of season

2007 Fall Schedule

Cougars place two on All-Conference team
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team placed two sophomores on the All Jayhawk Conference teams this past week. Sophomore forward Elaine Fontes and sophomore defender Alana James were tabbed for the honors. Fontes was placed on the first team and James earned second team honors.The sophomores were a bright spot for a Cougar team that finished 5-13-1, but battled back for a .500 conference record by going 4-4-1.

Cougars finish conference with 3 straight wins; move to 4-4-1 in Jayhawk play
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team has found its stride late in the season, collecting it 3rd straight win after winning just 2 of its 1st 16 games. The Cougars defeated Cloud County in Jayhawk Conference play Wednesday at Cougar Fields, 4-1, to finish league play at 4-4-1. Barton is ineligible to place in the conference, but Barton would have finished 5th – the top half – in the 10-team conference with its 13 points. The Cougars are now 5-13-1 overall this season with a contest against the Kansas Wesleyan junior varsity Friday at Cougar Fields to complete the season.

Barton women make it 2 straight wins in Jayhawk Conference
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team won for the 2nd straight time and has a chance to finish in the top half of the Jayhawk Conference with one more win. The Cougars defeated Neosho County Monday afternoon at Cougar Fields, 1-0, to earn its 2nd straight win the Jayhawk and move to 3-4-1 in the conference with 10 points. A win over Cloud County Wednesday at Cougar Fields would catapult Barton to 4-4-1 and into the No. 5 spot in the 10-team conference.

Barton gives No. 10 Johnson battle before fading in 2nd half
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team fought nearly toe-to-toe with No. 10 ranked Johnson County for 58 minutes but a pair of 2nd half goal pushed the game out of reach for the Cougars in a 4-1 loss. The loss was the 9th straight for Barton, which falls to 2-13-1 overall and 1-4-1 in the Jayhawk Conference. Barton will be at Allen County Wednesday for the final road game of the season before closing with 3 homes dates.

Cougars fall to No. 12 Butler in Jayhawk play
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team played the 1st of 2 ranked foes on the slate this week, falling at No. 12 Butler County, 5-1, in El Dorado. Barton kept pace with the Grizzlies for most of the contest before some late goals by Butler put the game out of reach. With the loss, Barton falls to 1-3-1 in the conference and 2-12-1 overall. Things won’t get much easier this weekend when No. 10 Johnson County brings an unbeaten record to Cougar Fields. Johnson is 10-0-1 this season, sporting a 1-1 tie with No. 7 Iowa Western. The Cavaliers are 3-0 in Jayhawk play. In conference, Johnson has outscored its foes 26-2.

Barton drops West contest to Hutchinson
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team lost in Jayhawk Conference play for just the 2nd time, losing in Hutchison by a 4-0 count Saturday. The loss drops Barton to 1-2-1 in Jayhawk play while the Cougars are now 2-11-1 overall this season. Barton will back in Jayhawk action Tuesday when they travel to El Dorado to take on Butler County. The Grizzlies are currently ranked No. 12 in the NJCAA poll. Butler is 5-0 in the Jayhawk and 9-3 overall this year.

Barton struggles against tough foes at Butler Invite
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team dropped a pair of games – one to the No. 12 ranked team in the nation – at the Butler County Invitational this past weekend. Barton lost to Southwestern Illinois Friday by a 7-1 score, and was defeated 8-1 Saturday by the 12th ranked Illinois Central. Earlier in the week, the Cougars lost at home to Dodge City for the teams 1st Jayhawk Conference loss, 3-1. Barton is now 1-1-1 in the Jayhawk and 2-9-1 overall.

Barton loses pair in Mid Kansas Shoot Out; at Dodge Wednesday
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team faced a pair of quality teams this past weekend in the annual Mid Kansas Shoot Out at Great Bend, dropping both games. The Cougars lost 4-1 on Friday to Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa then fell 3-1 to Western Nebraska Sunday. The losses drop Barton to 2-6-1 for the season but the Cougars are 1-0-1 in the Jayhawk Conference, where they will return to action Wednesday in Dodge City.

Cougars finish in tie with Garden City
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team ended in a tie Wednesday after afternoon in a see-saw affair with Garden City. The two clubs ended Jayhawk Conference action with a 2-al draw. The tie keeps the Cougars unbeaten in Jayhawk play with a1-0-1 mark. Barton is now 2-4-1 overall. The Cougars are back in action this weekend in the annual Mid Kansas Shoot Out at Great Bend. Barton will play Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa and Western Nebraska during the Shoot Out.

Barton drops games to ranked foes in Iowa
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team faced off with a pair of ranked teams over the weekend in Iowa, losing two contests to drop to 2-4. Barton fell to No. 15 ranked Iowa Western Saturday then traveled 200 miles for its contest Sunday at No. 7 Iowa Central, where Barton lost a 3-1 decision. The Cougars will be at home for the 1st time this season when Garden City visits in Jayhawk Conference action at 2 pm Tuesday at Cougar Fields. Barton is currently 1-0 in Jayhawk play.

Barton offense heats up for win in Jayhawk opener
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team started their conference schedule the right way at Coffeyville on Wednesday. The Cougars cruised in Veteran’s Stadium and handily defeated the Red Ravens by the final score of 7-0. For Barton, it was their second shut-out of the season. The Cougars had 3 different players score 2 goals apiece in the route.

Women’s soccer season underway, start with 1-2 record
The Barton County Community College women’s soccer team got their 2006 campaign started under new head coach Bob Casper. The Cougars have been on the road for all three games, traveling to Cloud County and just finishing up a weekend trip to a tournament in Minnesota. Barton dropped a heartbreaking season opener to Cloud, by the final of 3-2 in overtime. They earned a split in Minnesota, blowing away Springfield College 8-0 before finishing with a 6-1 defeat against Rochester.

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.