Kelton Brooks @BrooksHNews
HUTCHINSON — Three plays, five yards, Newton forced Hutchinson off the field in a hurry on the Salthawks' opening drive. The memory of the brief drive quickly evaporated after a Joesiah Galindo-led 13-play, 96 yard drive set the tone for a long night for the Railers.
Kelton Brooks @BrooksHNews Chase Feucht had the Newton Rebels chasing balls off the plate and cutting innings short with multiple three up, three down trips on the mound.A duel was brewing between Feucht and Newton pitcher Tyler Murphy, but the Rebel didn’t have the hit or run support behind him as the Monarchs tallied three runs on three hits in the fifth, and 12 hits altogether in the 4-1 win Friday night.Feucht pitched 7.2 innings, giving up four hits and 0 runs with 93 pitches in front...
Kelton Brooks @BrooksHNews For the first time in Hutchinson Community College history, the Blue Dragon program had student-athletes selected in all three major sports draft in a calendar year.HCC continues its legacy of producing pro level talent over the years, and this year was no exception with three former players selected in the NFL draft (two were undrafted free agents), two in the MLB draft, and one taken in the NBA draft. Former Blue Dragons’ women basketball star Kalani Purcell is...
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