Dallas looking to continue Blue Dragon football legacy

By Adam Kolb / Co-Sports Editor Drew Dallas was the assistant coach and offensive coordinator for the Hutchinson Community College football team last year, but with the departure of Rion Rhoades, he now takes over the spot as the 18th head coach in Blue Dragon football history. As the offensive…

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Women’s basketball dealing with sudden end of title dreams

By Adam Kolb / Co-Sports Editor Due to the rising spread of COVID-19, or coronavirus, sports all around the world are cancelling or postponing their seasons, including the NJCAA. That means the Hutchinson Community College women’s basketball team’s season has come to an abrupt end. It was announced last week…

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NJCAA postpones national basketball tournaments

By The Collegian The NJCAA announced Thursday that it would postpone its Division 1 men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, due to concerns with COVID-19, or coronavirus. The organization hopes to play the tournaments the week of beginning April 20. For Hutchinson Community College, that means the women’s basketball team will…

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Sports roundup: Baseball team on brink of conference title

By Rebecca CarneyCo-Sports Editor The Hutchinson Community College baseball team completed a four-game sweep of the Colby Trojans on Saturday and took charge of the Jayhawk West championship chase with a week to go in the regular season. The Blue Dragons rallied from three runs down twice in the first…

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Roundup: women’s basketball finishes a game shy of title

By Amanda CarneyCo-Sports Editor The Hutchinson Community College women’s basketball team battled back from a 14-point deficit to force overtime, but the Seward County Saints scored the first five points of overtime and the Blue Dragons couldn’t recover again. No. 2 Seward County repeated as Jayhawk West champion on Sunday…

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Brown has earned his way to starting lineup for the Blue Dragons

By Rebecca Carney Co-Sports Editor For three straight games, Tyler Brown has been a starting guard for the Hutchinson Community College men’s basketball team. For Brown, this has come as a bit of a surprise, since his playing time has not been where he would like it to be since…

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Athlete of the week: Makayla Vannett, women’s basketball

The week: Vannett was solid in three Blue Dragon victories, scoring 30 points total in wins at Northwest Kansas Tech, Garden City and Pratt. Vannett added six total rebounds, 11 assists, just two turnovers – in 68 minutes of action – and seven steals. The season: Vannett, a native of…

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The Golden Voice of the Blue Dragons

By Brenna EllerCollegian Editor In Chief What started out as a fill-in scorekeeper for a sick broadcaster, turned into a 50-year long career for Blue Dragons’ legendary broadcaster and sports analyst, Rusty Hilst who plans to retire after five decade of radio broadcasting at the end of the season. “It…

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Athlete of the week: Tia Bradshaw, women’s basketball

The week: Bradshaw opened up the week with a great performance in HutchCC’s 102-35 win against Lamar, Colorado. Bradshaw had 15 points, three assists and two rebounds in that game. Saturday, Bradshaw had eight points, four rebounds, three steals, three assists and zero turnovers in an 92-48 win against Hesston.…

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