MEN SOC wins 1-0 vs NOC (Sept. 17)
WMN SOC falls 0-5 vs. NOC (Sept. 17)
MEN XC finishes #8, WMN XC finishes #9 @ Lubbock (Sept 12)
VB wins vs. Colby 25-18, 25-23 and 25-19 (Sept. 10)

Men's Soccer Defeats NOC, Women Take the Loss

18 September 2014

The Pratt Community College men's and women’s soccer teams traveled to Tonkawa, Okla. on Sept. 17 to take on the nationally ranked Northern Oklahoma College teams.

The half time score in the women's game was 5-0 in NOC's favor, and at half time, Head Coach Kevin Kewley talked about having pride and showing desire to keep NOC from scoring again. The team did keep NOC scoreless in the second half, and the final score was 5-0 to NOC.

XC Teams Garner Top 10 Finishes

16 September 2014

The number seven ranked Pratt Community College men’s cross country team traveled to Lubbock, Texas, on Sept 12 to compete in the Texas Tech Red Raider Open.

Men's and Women's Soccer Falls to Neosho

15 September 2014

On Sept. 13, the Pratt Community College men's and women's soccer teams faced off against Neosho County Community College at Pratt.

"The Lady Beavers came out slow, and could never get it together against Neosho," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley.

Whetham uses stereotypes to motivate him

15 September 2014

“Most people who rodeo have been doing it since they were young and have been on horses all of their lives. I’ve only been doing it for four years,” said Ryan Whetham, sophomore. “At first knowing that information was intimidating, now it helps to motivate me.”

Whetham came to Pratt Community College on a rodeo scholarship to team rope and steer wrestle. Last year he received an Associate of Applied Science in Farrier Science, which is a one year horse shoeing school and this year he is pursuing a degree in Ag Business.

WOO students gain hands-on experience

15 September 2014

Pratt Community College’s Wildlife Outfitting & Operations sophomores recently traveled to Cedar Bluff Reservoir, in northwest Kansas, to put what they learned in the classroom to use.

The four sophomores and Luke Laha, WOO instructor, corralled geese that were on a pond by the wildlife area office into a pin so that they could pull the geese’s primary feathers and band them.

Men's Soccer Defeated by Coffeyville

12 September 2014

On Sept. 11, the Pratt Community College soccer team took on Coffeyville.

Thirty minutes into the game, the Beavers took the 1-0 lead on a goal by James Grayson and an assist from Declan Fitzpatrick. In the second half, Coffeyville pressed forward and the Beavers eventually gave up a goal to tie at 1-1.

The Beaver's keeper Edgar Vaquera was knocked out of the game after a clash of heads in the goal area, and Luis Fernandez took over in the nets. Coffeyville put the Beavers under a lot of pressure, and eventually got another goal to take the 2-1 lead .

Lady Beavers Soccer Falls to Coffeyville

12 September 2014

The Pratt Community College team had another difficult trip on Sept 11. The Lady Beavers played a tough Coffeyville team, and outshot them in the first half 6 - 2 but fell behind 1 - 0 on a defensive error.

The second half was tough battle, and the Beavers hung in there with a strong Coffeyville team, but gave up two late goals to finish with a 3 - 0 defeat.

"Once again the effort and desire was fantastic, and it’s impressive to see the way the girls are applying themselves," said Head Coach Kevin Kewley.

PCC Defeats Colby

11 September 2014

Dennis Lesh Sports Arena was electric during last night’s match up against Colby Community College. The Pratt Community College fans set the tempo early for a few errors by the Colby offense. While each set started off close, PCC was able to pull away at the end of each set to sweep Colby in three sets: 25-18, 25-23 and 25-19.

Balance was the name of the game for PCC. While the Lady Beavers compiled a team high of 40 kills, no single player was in double digits. Kelsey Hitch, nine kills, Jessica Sanders, nine, Jocelyn Cochran, eight, and McKenzie Turner, seven.

Simon strives for good health to accomplish goals

08 September 2014

After missing the National College Finals Rodeo by a few short points the last two years, Tish Simon came back to Pratt Community College this year to try her hand at it one more time.

Simon, of Mankato, Kan., is a third year student at PCC and a barrel racer on the rodeo team.

The past two years she and her horse named Mare have done well before illnesses interrupted the ends of the seasons. As a freshman, Simon was sitting in fifth when the placing's were announced, with the top three going to the NCFR.

Men's Soccer Falls 2-3 against Concordia

08 September 2014

The Pratt Community College men’s soccer team traveled to Concordia on Sept. 6 to take on Cloud Community College. From the start, the Beavers controlled the game but fell behind on a defensive error just before half time.

The Beavers come storming back in the second half and tied it up at 1-1 with a goal from David Nobo assisted by Declan Fitzpatrick. Both teams had chances to score, and Cloud scored again to take a 2-1 lead.

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