Sports

Hutchinson Community College- fall to indy

Tuesday’s game could’ve been Hutchinson Community College’s women’s basketball’s last of the season. Played in Park City’s Hartman Arena, the women faced a tough Independence team for a chance to advance to the Region 6 Tournament championship. However, the Blue Dragons struggled on the offensive side and were plagued by turnovers, as they lost to […]

Sports

Athlete of the week

(Feb. 25-March 3) J.J. Rhymes, men’s basketball The week: Rhymes had two monster games in helping the Blue Dragons finish the regular season and open the posteason with victories. In the regular-season finale, Rhymes had 22 points, nine rebounds and two steals in a 76-58 win at Dodge City. Then, against Cloud County, Rhymes had […]

Opinion

Handling time management and stress

Time management – something that most college students don’t have but many have to learn. Now, normally I’m pretty good with time management, but this semester has brought me new challenges. If you don’t already know, I commute from Wichita to Hutchinson Community College, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. That is a 45-minute drive to […]

Sports

Softball splits with Rose State

The Hutchinson Community College softball team went 1-1 against Rose State College last Friday, in Oklahoma. The Blue Dragons won game one easy, by a final score of 4-0 but struggled in game two, losing by the final score of 6-2. The Blue Dragons had no trouble scoring in game one against the Raiders. Raven […]

Sports

Sophomore wins two more titles, including 60-meter hurdles repeat

              Adriana Janic is once again a national champ. The sophomore proved she is one of Hutchinson Community College’s all-time greats after her impressive showing at the NJCAA Indoor National Championship. Janic, a Sweden native, repeated as 60-meter hurdle national champion, and claimed her first pentathlon national championship. Janic […]