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In the second game of the First Annual Kenny Holt Memorial Tournament, the Uniontown Eagles once again faced the Altoona-Midway Jets. Both teams fought hard and won against the Jets.

The Lady Eagles beat Altoona 59-27 on Thursday night. Karleigh Schoenberger scored 18 points, had 8 boards and 2 steals, and shot 5/5 from the free throw line. Danielle Howard followed closely with 16 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 4 steals. Sammie Hampton had 5 rebounds and 5 steals, and Aiden Holt had 3 rebounds, 2 assists, and 3 steals. Kaydra Woods also had 2 assists, as well as 3 steals.

“Our team has been looking forward to this tournament since the season began,” said Coach Miller. “Tonight we earned the right to compete in the championship game. We’ve got what it takes, but it will take all we’ve got.”

The boys’ Varsity team also defeated the Jets 59-42. Jake Harvey scored 20 points and had 8 rebounds, 5 assists, and 4 steals. Clay Sutterby had 14 points, 13 rebounds, and 2 steals. Drew Perry had 5 assists and 6 steals, and Luke Perry had 3 assists.

“I thought we had stretches where we played pretty well tonight against Altoona. They are a good, young team that is improving every week,” Coach Hays said. “We were able to get out in transition early and that kind of got us going. Prairie View has some really good athletes, so we are excited about the chance to play those guys.”

-Adelay Martin, UHS Sports Media Reporter


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Tonight was our First Annual Kenny Holt Memorial Tournament. Coach Holt led the Lady Eagles for 12 years (2000-01 to 2011-12) where he set the tone for Lady Eagles Basketball. He returned to coaching in the 2018-19 season where he served as an assistant coach. Kenny went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, November 6, 2019. It is an honor to pay tribute to a man that challenged his players to be champions in the classroom as well as on the basketball court. He was truly preparing them for life beyond both.

The first game of tournament saw the Eagles face the Kansas City Christian Panthers. The Varsity girls won, but the boys were defeated by the Panthers.

The Lady Eagles beat the Panthers 54-28. Karleigh Schoenberger led the team with 19 points and 5 rebounds. Danielle Howard followed with 17 points, 3 assists, and 7 steals. Gwenyth Fry had 10 rebounds and Sammie Hampton had 2 assists.

“The girls played well tonight and earned a good win. We are looking forward to getting back to competing on Thursday when we take on the Altoona-Midway Jets,” said Coach Miller.

The Varsity boys lost to the Panthers 61-62 after a tough and exciting game. Jake Harvey scored 27 points and had 6 boards. Luke Perry had 18 points and Clay Sutterby had 13 rebounds. Dawson Dreisbach had 2 steals. As a whole, the team made 10 of 14 shots from the free throw line.

Coach Hays said, “We knew coming into our game against KCC that they were a very good team. We dug ourselves a hole, but I was extremely proud of the fight we showed to climb back into the game. We were down 15 heading into the 4th quarter and had a chance to send it into overtime. Games like tonight make us better and help prepare us for big games down the road.”

-Adelay Martin, UHS Sports Media Reporter


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The Uniontown Eagles traveled to Altoona-Midway for the Varsity games on Friday, January 15. Both teams were victorious against the Jets.

The Lady Eagles defeated the Jets 63-29. Danielle Howard led the team in points, garnering 23 and shooting 100% from the free throw line. She also had 9 rebounds, 6 assists, and 4 steals. Kaydra Woods also shot 100% from the line and had 8 boards. Brooklynn Dreisbach had 7 rebounds, while Sammie Hampton and Karleigh Schoenberger each had 4. Schoenberger also scored 14 points and had 3 assists. Aiden Holt had 3 assists and 2 steals.

“It was good to have a few Junior Varsity girls get some valuable court time tonight,” said Coach Miller. “Looking forward to competing in our 1st Annual Kenny Holt Memorial Tournament on Tuesday.”

The Varsity boys also beat Altoona with a final score of 58-30. Jake Harvey scored 18 points, Clay Sutterby following with 14. Sutterby also had 8 rebounds and 5 blocks. Drew Perry had 6 assists and 4 rebounds, while Cade Goodridge and Jake Harvey had 5. Harvey also had 6 steals as well.

“I thought we played really hard against Altoona,” Coach Hays commented. “We were able to get some stops on defense that led to some fast break opportunities. clay Sutterby controlled the paint on both ends and Jake Harvey was very active on the defensive end with 6 steals. We shared the ball well on the offensive end. We play a good team in KC Christian on Tuesday, so we need to fine tune some things and prepare for a 4-quarter battle.”

The JV girls were also able to play in a JV tournament on Saturday. They defeated Fort Scott 37-30 and lost to Erie 46-49.

Gwenyth Fry led the Fort Scott game with 10 points, Brooklynn Dreisbach following with 9. Fry and Rylee Coulter had 7 and 8 rebounds, respectively. Coulter also had 4 steals, and Camryn Davis had 3 assists.

In the Erie game, Laney Covey scored 16 points and Rylee Coulter scored 12. Coulter also had 6 assists and 3 boards. Gwenyth Fry had 8 rebounds and 2 steals.

Coach Miller commented, “Our Junior Varsity girls competed well today. Up to this point in the season, we have only been able to play one JV game. The girls came out ready and beat Ft. Scott to start the morning off. Unfortunately, we ended our day with a competitive loss to Erie. Coach Walker and I are extremely proud of our Junior Varsity team.”

The Kenny Holt Memorial Tournament will take place in Uniontown on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday the week of the 18th.

-Adelay Martin, UHS Sports Media Reporter

FSHS Boys Swim Team Competes at Winfield

The Fort Scott High School Boys Swim Team competed at Southwestern College in Winfield,  on Thursday.

Oliver Witt brought home two second-place medals in both the 200 Free and 100 Fly with a best time in the 100 Fly.

Bobby Kemmerer brought home two  third-place medals in both the 50 Free and 100 Breast.

Sam Mix took 7th in the 50 Free and 9th in the 100 Breast taking 2 seconds off his previous time for a personal best.

The Swimming Tigers will head to Osawatomie on January 20 to continue to work towards state qualifying times.

Submitted by Angie Kemmerer

FSCC receives building donation for new athletic facility

Fort Scott, Ks–Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) was recently gifted the building(s) on 14 S. Hill St. in Fort Scott, KS from Ann and Bill McCort of Crawford Sales. The property consists of two buildings which will be re-purposed as an athletic training center for the FSCC Greyhound Athletic Program. The northern building is approximately 3,500 square feet and will house the weight training area, turf, training room, office space, and restrooms. The southern building is approximately 4,800 square feet and will consist of indoor turf, indoor netting for baseball and softball, and will have a retractable center to provide maximum flexibility for this space.

It became a priority to find a way to help our student-athletes with a new athletic facility. We have severely outgrown our current weight room and have no indoor workout facility to use for softball, football, track, cross country, and golf. This impacts a large number of our athletes and it makes it very difficult to stay competitive in the Jayhawk Conference. We are so thankful to Bill and Ann McCort as they have gifted the College a building here in Fort Scott”, says Jeff Tadtman, Chief Development Officer.

FSCC is dedicated to student success on the field, on the court, and in the classroom. FSCC athletics play an important role in one of our central missions of cultural diversity and inclusion. Our student-athletes help to enrich the experience of all students’ educational knowledge and understanding.

In order for Fort Scott Community College (FSCC) to achieve the type of transformational success to benefit our students, we must invest in Greyhound Athletics. FSCC is dedicated to the goal of improving our athletic facilities to enhance the overall experience for our student-athletes. This investment needs to come from within, but also from our alumni and fans. Our needs have never been greater or more impactful on our future”, says Tom Havron, Vice President of Student Affairs. “The Hound Pound project is designed to provide a top-notch facility for our students of all sports, ensuring success within the competitive KJCCC.”

If you would like more information regarding the Hound Pound project or would like to become a financial contributor, please contact the FSCC Foundation at 620.223.2700 ext. 5830 or go to and click “Donate Now” at the top of the screen.


FSHS Swimmers Take Some First and Second Places

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FSHS competed well last night in Emporia.

Oliver Witt took 1st in the 200 free swimming a state consideration and a personal best time of 2:00.97. He also got a personal best of  1:02.25 in the 100 Butterfly placing 4th.

Sam Mix took 2nd in the 50 Free and 9th in the 100 Breast taking 2 seconds off his previous best time.

Bobby Kemmerer took 1st in the 50 Free and 2nd in the Breaststroke swimming state consideration times in both events.

KSHSAA released the 2020-21 Boys Swimming and Diving  “Top Thirty” in all classes on 12/7/2020.
Representing the Tigers are
Bobby Kemmerer:  11th in the 50 yard freestyle  and 20th in the 100 back.
  Oliver Witt is ranked 18th in the 200 yard freestyle and 21st in the 100 yard butterfly.
This is quite the accomplishment,  as most the athletes on the list are from 6A schools.
Submitted by Angie Kemmerer


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Tuesday was a successful night for the Uniontown Eagles. Both Varsity teams, as well as the girls’ JV, were victorious against the Yates Center Wildcats.

The Varsity Lady Eagles won their match against the Wildcats 57-25. Karleigh Schoenberger scored 21 points and had 4 boards. Danielle Howard followed with 14 points, 3 rebounds, 5 assists, and 8 steals. Laney Covey, Gwenyth Fry, Sammie Hampton, and Kaydra Woods each scored 4 points, and Fry had 5 rebounds. The JV girls won 37-24, with Rylee Coulter leading the team with 14 points.

“Proud of the effort, attitude, and toughness that was displayed by the team tonight. Both the Varsity and Junior Varsity took care of business!” says Coach Miller. “We will get back to work tomorrow on those fundamental skills that make the game of basketball fun to play.”

The Varsity boys won their game 63-45. Jake Harvey scored 32 points and had 8 boards and 3 assists. Clay Sutterby followed with 20 points and 6 rebounds. Luke Perry also had 6 rebounds, as well as 4 assists. Drew Perry had 4 assists and 4 steals.

“The boys put together a complete game tonight. They got after it on the defensive end and played well together on offense. This was a great way to start league play,” said Coach Hays.

-Adelay Martin, UHS Sports Media Reporter


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The final game of the Humboldt Pre-season Tournament saw Uniontown face the Crest Lancers. Both Varsity teams won against the Lancers.

The Lady Eagles defeated Crest 61-26. Danielle Howard scored 25 points and had 5 rebounds and 9 steals. Rylee Coulter scored twice and had 4 steals and 1 assist. Karleigh Schoenberger scored 16 points with 4 rebounds and 4 assists. She was also 2/2 on free throws. Sammie Hampton had 5 rebounds, 3 assists, and 2 steals. Addisyn Hall, another freshman, also had 4 rebounds and 2 steals. Gwenyth Fry had 3 rebounds and 2 assists.

“It was good to get a win going into the weekend,” said Coach Miller. “It’s time to rest, regroup, and get back to practice. Looking forward to playing at home next Tuesday when we take on the Yates Center Wildcats.”

The boys played a close game, winning 44-42. Jake Harvey led with 19 points and 7 rebounds. Luke Perry scored 12 points and had 3 assists. Drew Perry had 3 steals, Dawson Dreisbach had 2 steals, and Clay Sutterby had 15 rebounds.

Coach Hays said of the game, “I am proud of our boys. It wasn’t always pretty, but we executed a play late that was just enough to get us our first win. We defended and rebounded well enough to keep us in the game. We missed a lot of shots in the paint that we need to finish.”

Before winter break, the Eagles will face Yates Center at home on Tuesday, December 15, and Marmaton Valley at Moran on Friday, December 18.

-Adelay Martin, UHS Sports Media Reporter

UHS Basketball Results

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The 2020-21 Uniontown Eagles’ basketball season kicked off at Humboldt with the first game of the Humboldt Tournament. Both Varsity teams played the Humboldt Cubs.

The final score of the first tournament game was 55-38, Uniontown. Danielle Howard was 5/5 on free throws and scored a total of 29 points. She made four three-pointers and had 4 assists, 6 deflections, and 5 steals. Alie Fuhrman had 4 rebounds, and Sammie Hampton had 3 rebounds. Karleigh Schoenberger scored 18 points with 2 three-pointers and had 4 steals, as well as 2 assists.

“We are blessed to be able to get back on the court and compete,” said Coach Miller. “We are grateful for everyone that made this possible. Our first game was a little rough, but we know how to fix it and we will. Looking forward to getting back in the gym to get better.”

The boys’ game, which ended after one overtime, was lost 55-59. Jake Harvey scored 23 points and had 7 rebounds and 3 steals. Clay Sutterby scored 13 points and had 5 rebounds. Cade Goodridge had 6 rebounds and Drew Holt had 4.

Coach Hays said, “I thought the boys competed hard against Humboldt. They have a really good basketball program and are well-coached. It was nice to see our boys play hard and fight back to take them to overtime. We have some things we need to improve on. We need to rebound the ball better and hit our free throws. We also need to do a better job of attacking the rim when our shots aren’t falling. We will continue to work hard in practice and prepare for Erie.”

The tournament will resume on Thursday, December 10 at Humboldt, where both teams will play Erie. Friday’s game will also be at Humboldt, where the teams will face Crest.

-Adelay Martin, UHS Sports Media Reporter


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The playoff post-season has gone well for the UHS football team! Here’s the results of the two playoff games:

On October 30, 2020, the Uniontown Eagles played Troy and defeated them with a score of 51-14, setting a new record for points scored in a playoff game for UHS. The team had 453 total yards of offense and 7 touchdowns. Drew Perry had 31 carries for 234 yards with 4 touchdowns and completed 4/7 passes for 41 yards. Treden Buckman had 24 carries for 181 yards and 3 touchdowns. Luke Perry had 2 receptions for 26 yards, and Jake Harvey had 1 reception for 19 yards.

On the defensive side, we held Troy to 174 total yards and forced 2 turnovers. Jake Harvey had 10 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 sack, and 1 pass breakup. Drew Perry had 5 tackles and 2 pass breakups, Hunter Schaaf also had 5 tackles, and Joey Marlow had 3 tackles, 1 fumble recovery, and 1 interception. Tyler Harvey scored 6/7 extra points, and 1 field goal for 33 yards.

Coach Stark was incredibly proud of the team. “Some media outlets had predicted that Troy would upset us in the first round. Troy has a really good tradition and a really good program history. They won the state title in 2016. We were able to take control of the game pretty early on. We knew Troy had a really talented quarterback, so our plan was to run the clock, run the ball on offense, and limit big plays on defense. We were able to force a couple of turnovers, we were able to run the ball and establish the ground game early. We ran for over 400 7 we didn’t have a single turnover. Our lineman really set the tone. The 51 points we scored were the most ever by the team in a playoff game. The previous record was 50, set in 2015.”

On Friday, November 6, the Eagles defeated Northeast Arma 45-0. This game won Uniontown its first regional title since 1998, and posted the school’s first shutout in the post-season since 1982. Offensively, the team ran 326 total yards and had 5 touchdowns. Drew Perry had 10 carries for 100 yards with 3 touchdowns and 2/3 on passing for 15 yards. Treden Buckman had 15 carries for 146 yards with 1 touchdown. Jake Harvey had 4 carries for 27 yards, scored 1 touchdown, and had 1 reception for 19 yards. Hunter Schaaf had 6 carries for 46 yards, and Cade Goodridge had 2 receptions for 15 yards.

The team defensively held the Vikings to 39 total yards and forced 2 turnovers. Zach Franklin had 11 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, and 2.5 sacks. Korbin Miller had 7 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, and 0.5 sack. Ian McClure had 5 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, and 1 sack. Jake Harvey had 10 tackles and 1 tackle for loss. Drew Perry had 2 tackles and 1 interception, and Hunter Schaaf had 8 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 interception. Tyler Harvey scored 5/5 extra points and 1 field goal for 30 yards. Byron Fry had 3 tackles and 1 blocked punt, and Riley Warner had 3 tackles and 1 blocked punt, which was recovered for a touchdown.

Coach Stark said of the game, “Not only did we win a regional title on Friday night, but we finished the season undefeated in our league. Our defense had their best game of the year, only giving up 39 yards, and we forced 2 turnovers. Because of the effort of our linemen up front, I feel like our game against Arma was the best game of the year. Our guys play with great effort, technique, and determination, and it really shows.

“While we are excited about our wins these past two weeks, we are even more excited about the opportunity to play Olpe in the sectional round of the payoffs. Olpe is ranked number one in the state, and they beat us earlier this season 48-2. That was a really close game until halftime; I believe, this time, that we’ll play them tight for a full four quarters and that it’ll be a close game.”

The Sub-State game is at Olpe on Friday, November 13, so making the drive could be difficult, but any support for our Eagles will be appreciated!


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Submitted by Adelay Martin, UHS Student Sports Reporter

The Lady Eagle Volleyball season came to an end Saturday at the 2A Sub-State Tournament hosted at Uniontown.

In the first round, Uniontown defeated Pleasanton 25-19 and 25-15. Bri Stokes had 10 points and 10 assists. Danielle Howard was 14/18 on attacks with 7 kills and 5 solo blocks. Paige Mason was 11/11 on attacks with 2 kills.

The second round saw Erie defeat Uniontown 26-24 and 25-10. Bri Stokes had 5 points and 4 assists. Karleigh Schoenberger was 12/14 on attacks with one kill and Danielle Howard was 9/10 on attacks with 3 kills. Gwen Fry had 3 solo blocks.

“The team played hard,” Coach Hall says. “We just couldn’t shut down Erie’s middle hitter when she got to the front row, and she was on fire. I’m so proud of this team. The six seniors have shown great leadership throughout their career and this challenging season. I wish them the best in their future plans and look forward to the 2021 season.”

The Varsity squad finished the season with an overall record of 12-4 and were Co-Champions of the Three Rivers League, tied with St.Paul and Chetopa.

On Friday, the Varsity football team faced Lyndon and lost 41-0. Treden Buckman had 14 rushes for 61 yards, and Drew Perry had 20 rushes for 103 yards. Perry also completed 4/5 passes for 12 yards. and had 3 unassisted tackles. Jake Harvey had 5 assists and received two passes, and Luke Perry had 1 interception.

The first round of playoffs is Friday, October 30th at Uniontown, so let’s run down some cumulative stats…

Hunter Schaaf, SR – 111 carries, 532 yards, 4.79 ypc, 8 TDs (6 games)

Drew Perry, SR – 143 carries, 696 yards, 4.87 ypc, 5 TDs (8 games)

Treden Buckman, SO – 93 carries, 490 yards, 5.27 ypc, 4 TDs (8 games)

Hunter Schaaf, LB, SR – 68 tackles (6 games)

Jake Harvey, LB, SR – 57 tackles, 1 INT (8 games)

Drew Perry, DB, SR – 42 tackles (8 games)

Zach Franklin, DE, SR – 40 tackles (8 games)

Luke Perry, DB, JR – 30 tackles, 2 INTs (8 games)

Korbin Miller, DT, JR – 29 tackles, 2 sacks (8 games)

Bring a warm coat, some blankets, and hot cocoa, and come support your Uniontown Eagles in the playoffs on Friday, October 30!


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Submitted by Adelay Martin, UHS Student Sports Reporter

The week of Homecoming was a busy one for the Eagles! The Varsity volleyball team defeated Oswego on October 13. They played 5 sets scoring 23-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-19, and 15-10. Paige Mason scored 14 points and Bri Stokes scored 12 points with 28 assists. Libby Schaaf was 38/43 on attacks with 5 kills, Danielle Howard was 26/29 on attacks with 11 kills, Karleigh Schoenberger was 24/28 on attacks with 7 kills, and Gwen Fry was 23/26 on attacks with 5 kills. Danielle also had 13 solo blocks.

The Varsity team also traveled to Pleasanton on October 15 to play Pleasanton and Kansas City Christian. They came home having defeated both teams in two sets.

The Eagles defeated KCC 25-4 and 25-5. Karleigh Schoenberger scored 21 points and had 14 consecutive serves, and Paige Mason scored 19 points and had 15 consecutive serves. Danielle Howard was 18/19 on attacks with 8 kills and Paige Mason was 9/9 on attacks with 2 kills. Bri Stokes had 15 assists.

Uniontown also defeated Pleasanton, sets both scoring 25-12. Danielle Howard was 23/24 on attacks with 13 kills, and Paige Mason was 16/16 on attacks with 4 kills, Libby Schaaf was 11/11 on attacks with 4 kills. Danielle Howard and Gwen Fry each had 3 solo blocks and Bri Stokes had 19 assists.

Coach Hall said of the games, “The five-set match with Oswego on Tuesday showed a lot of character and determination from the team. Losing the first two sets and having to come back and win three: that is challenging, but the team rose to the occasion!

“The JV season has come to a close after Oswego’s match. The team finished with a 5-12 overall record. Varsity will be preparing for Class 2A Sub-State, which we will be hosting on Saturday, October 24.”

The football team also played an exciting game, facing Central Heights and defeating them 25-14. Drew Perry had 25 rushes for 119 yards and 6 tackles, as well as 1 completed 8-yard pass. Treden Buckman had 24 rushes for 127 yards. Zach Franklin had 9 tackles and Jake Harvey had 8 tackles. Drew Buckman had 5 tackles, 1 interception, and 1 pass deflected. Cayman Fewell and Korbin Miller each had 1 sack. Moving forward, Uniontown will host a playoff game at home on Friday October 30th, so come support your Eagles before preparing for some Halloween festivities of your own!