Sports Briefs


Women’s Soccer

The college’s soccer team has yet to allow a goal in their last six games. Cavaliers Goalie Maddie Warner earned KJCCC goalie of the week honors two weeks ago. The Cavs are 14-4 on the season and 9-1 in the Jayhawk. The Cavs will host Butler Community College tomorrow. The Game will go a long way in deciding a three team race between Johnson County, Butler, and Hutchison Community College for first place in the conference. Ashlynn Summar leads the Cavs in goals with 17 and Courtney Hughes is second with 12. Brooklyn Meinke leads the team in assists with 13 and Sydney Alexander is second with ten.


The Cavs are 21-9 on the season after going 2-2 Florida State College- Jacksonville Tournament and beating Independence Community College. The squad is currently third in the Jayhawk conference with a record of 6-1 behind both Cowley Community College and Kansas City Kansas Community College. The Cavaliers will host Cowley on Wednesday in a huge conference showdown that could decide who wins the Jayhawk. Briana Pontious leads the team in kills with 331 and Michelle Tennant is second with 263. Alexis Hartzog leads the squad in digs with 539 and Jordan Halsey is second with 292.

Men’s Soccer

The Cavs have won three in a row to close out the season with a 9-7-3 record and a 3-4-2 record in conference. The Cavs even won a thrilling 3-2 overtime win over rival Kansas City Kansas Community College. The Cavs begin playoff action next Thursday October 30, although information is unknown as to where or who they will be playing. Trae Hunjak leads the team in goals with nine, Andrew McClanahan and Chance Lucas are second with three. McClanahan leads the squad in assists with five and Hunjak is second with four.

Compiled by James Howey, sports editor,


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