The Pratt Community College women's basketball team traveled to Concordia last night to take on the Cloud County Community College T-Birds.
"The women never trailed in the contest, but did manage to make it interesting at two different points," said Head Coach Stephanie Thompson.
The Beavers led by six at halftime before extending the lead to as many as 19 late in the second half. A late run by the T-Birds got it to within six before the time finally expired. Final score was 53-46 Pratt.
"Thank goodness for sophomore leadership," said Thompson.
On Saturday, the Pratt Community College women's basketball team traveled to Cowley to take on the Tigers.
Two runs for the Tigers, one in each half proved to be too much for the Beavers. Trailing by 13 at the half, the Beavers managed to claw their way back and close the margin to four before Cowley took over.
The ladies were down 43-47 with about five minutes to go and turned over nine straight possessions while Cowley scored 24 points. The Beavers called four timeouts to attempt to stop the Cowley scoring run and our drought, but it didn’t happen. Final score 45-71.
Last night the Pratt Community College women's basketball team took on Northern Oklahoma College Enid JV.
Twelve Lady Beavers scored at least one bucket for us led by Karissa Pena and Rebecca Wyatt each with 18. Wyatt recorded her second double-double of the season grabbing 11 rebounds. Jazzmen Ortiz was tremendous in the point guard spot dishing out seven assists and scoring 10. Kilah Hoenscheidt went three for five from three, scoring 10 total points. The Beavers took the win 85-52.
When a new neighbor moves in, it is a kind gesture to reach out and welcome them to the area. That is exactly what President Mike Calvert of the Pratt Community College (PCC) did when he stopped in for a tour of our new location. It was the beginning of a relationship the clients truly appreciate.
The Pratt women’s basketball team members have been volunteering their time with clients a couple times each week. It has become an activity that everyone looks forward to as they have grown friendships with the ladies.
The women’s basketball team has added seven Kansas athletes to the 2014-2015 roster. These seven athletes have had great high school careers and they are excited to embark on the journey of college basketball at Pratt Community College.
“After losing the majority of our starters and scoring, these freshmen will have the opportunity to come in right away and contribute to our success in 2014-2015,” said Head Coach Stephanie Thompson.
The Pratt Community College men’s basketball team fell to Seward 72-69 on Feb. 26 and ended the season in third place in the conference. They will host a first round NJCAA Region VI play-off game on Sat., March 1, 2014 at 4 p.m. in the Dennis Lesh Sports Arena.
The Beavers jumped out to a huge lead early in the contest and never looked back. Garden City was held scoreless until roughly the 12:30 minute mark of the first half and the scoreboard showed the Beavers leading by 18. The final score was 72-49.
The girls took a 37-15 lead into the break and enjoyed the lead the rest of the contest. Tatiana Grant is recovering from an injury and did not play in the final 10 minutes.