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Nicholas Baldecchi of Weldon Spring, MO, has been hired as Head Volleyball Coach. Most recently, Nick has been the Men’s and Women’s Indoor Volleyball Coach at Lindenwood University, in St. Charles, MO. He has also coached both boys’ and girls’ volleyball at the high school level in Missouri…

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The Highland Scotties took the field against Garden City Community College and came out with great energy, as both teams were looking for their first win of the season.

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Gregory Deese of Houston, Texas, joined the Highland Community College cross country and track and field programs. Coach Deese has a bachelor’s in Music/Human Performance from Texas Southern and went on to earn a Master’s in Coaching Education from Ohio University.

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Kathy Graham will be Highland Community College's next Head Cross Country Coach for both the Men's and Women's programs. In addition, this year she will serve as Interim Head Track & Field Coach. Coach Graham earned an Associate in Arts from San Diego Mesa College in San Diego, CA and th…

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Nicholas Baldecchi of Weldon Spring, MO, has been hired as Head Volleyball Coach. Most recently, Nick has been the Men’s and Women’s Indoor Volleyball Coach at Lindenwood University, in St. Charles, MO. He has also coached both boys’ and girls’ volleyball at the high school level in Missouri…

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The Scottie Men’s Basketball team wrapped up their season against Neosho County Community College at home on February 28th, with a tough loss in overtime. In overtime, Neosho hit a last second shot as time ran out sealing the Scottie’s season with a final record of 15-14. Two sophomores were…

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Starting the season with three straight losses was the right kind of spark to get the Scottie Softball team all fired up. In the fourth game, the Scotties picked up their first win of the season, beating Jefferson College 14-1 in the last game of a 4-game series. The Scotties kept that fire …

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The Scottie Women's Basketball team picked up two wins at home this week. The Scottie Women Basketball team won the match ups against Kansas City Kansas Community College and Neosho Community College at Ben Allen Field House.

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After a big road win against #16 ranked North Central Missouri College, Highland Women’s Basketball tipped off conference play with a win against Fort Scott Wednesday night, 81-59. Both teams had three starters in double digits in the game. Scotties were led by Freshman forward (guard) Kenad…

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With the conclusion of the 2021 football season, the KJCCC has released their All-Conference teams with the Highland Scotties checking in with 9 members. Despite a tough season, against arguably the nations toughest schedule, the Scotties were led by some outstanding individual performances.

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The Highland Scotties Volleyball team set a new school record for post season awards this year by bringing home 6 All-Conference and 7 All-District selections. The previous mark for any Scottie team was 5 All-Conference and 6 All-District selections. 2021 NJCAA All-American selections have y…

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Both the Men’s and Women’s Basketball programs at Highland Community College opened their seasons on Monday night with wins over Saint Mary JV. The Women won 81-68 and the Men won 90-72 over the visiting Spires.

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Highland Volleyball opened post-season play last night with a 3-set win over Allen County in the NJCAA Plains District B Tournament. The #2 seed Scotties made quick work of the visiting #7 seed Red Devils, taking Allen by the scores of: 25-17, 25-21, 25-17.

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Highland Community College announced today that Jeff Hancock has officially resigned from his position as Head Football Coach effective December 31, 2021. In his statement, Hancock explained that while he has enjoyed his time at HCC it is “time to turn my focus on my family, completing my do…

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Highland Community College (1-4) dropped their fourth straight game of the season on Saturday, losing 41-7 to the Butler Grizzlies (3-2) at home. Highland has lost the last nine straight matchups versus Butler and 27 of the last 29 meetings.

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For the second time in three games, the Highland Scotties faced off against the #2 team in the nation. In the first contest versus #2 Garden City, the Scotties played a brilliant defensive game that wasn’t decided until the final minutes. This weekend’s matchup was not nearly as close, with …

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After dropping a match on opening day to D1 Colby, the Highland Volleyball team has been on an amazing run, stretching their record to 20-1 for the season. While their record itself is outstanding, the way that they have achieved that record is even more impressive. The Scotties have swept t…

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Saturday’s matchup in Highland vs #2 Garden City proved to be an epic defensive battle with the winner not being determined until the final minutes of the contest. Ultimately, Garden City pulled ahead of the Scotties for a 15-6 victory.

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The Highland Community College Volleyball team has started the 2021 season on fire, going 8-1 overall and finishing the Highland Invitational Tournament undefeated, at 4-0. In addition to a great record, and a top-20 national ranking (#18), the Scotties have already won 4 individual KJCCC Pl…

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Highland Community College is pleased to announce that Gregory Cary has been named the new Head Coach of the HCC Scotties Softball Team beginning with the 2021-22 season. Jean Melo Fernandez has been selected as Assistant Coach.

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The Highland Scotties Women’s Basketball team lost a KJCCC game on the road at #3 Johnson County on Wednesday night by a score of 86-40.

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The Highland Community College (HCC) Athletic Department has announced its ticketing policies for their outdoor athletic events. Fans and patrons are welcome to attend our outdoor sporting competitions. Baseball, softball and women’s soccer admission is free. Football admission is still to-b…

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Highland Community College is pleased to announce that Sandy Moran has been named the Head Coach for the Scotties’ Track & Field and Cross-Country programs. Moran came to Highland in May of 2020 as the Assistant Coach for both programs, under then Head Coach, Chad Clevenger. Clevenger re…

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The Highland Scotties Women’s Basketball team entered conference play at home on Saturday with a big win over Fort Scott 55-46.

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The Highland Scotties got back to their winning ways on Wednesday night by taking down the Labette Cardinals 73-68 at Ben Allen Field House.

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The Highland Community College men's basketball team is off to a strong start (4-1) to the 2021 season. The Scotties slip one spot in the latest NJCAA Division II rankings. They opened their season at #10 in the polls, climbed five spots to #5 in the second week and after a tough battle vers…

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The No. 9 Highland Volleyball team extended their winning streak to seven games today after sweeping Cowley County Community College (25-20, 25-22, 25-23).

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After a short but successful 2020 season, the Highland softball team opens the 2021 season ranked #6 in the nation. The Scotties are hoping to keep the success momentum rolling from their last full season (2019) where they went 35-12, finished top six in the NJCAA Division II National Tourna…

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Highland volleyball continues its sweeping streak after their victory over the Cloud County T-Birds last night. The Scotties to move 4-1 on the year and 3-1 in KJCCC play.

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The #10 ranked Highland Men’s Basketball team added two more wins to their record over the weekend. The Scotties move to 4-0 on their season after their 95-64 victory over Ottawa University JV and their 77-51 victory over Peru State College JV. Both important wins as the Scotties have ties t…

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Highland Community College is pleased to announce that Landon Hay has been named the new Head Coach of the HCC Scotties Baseball team beginning with the 2021 baseball season.

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On Monday night, the Highland volleyball team earned their third sweep of the season by defeating the Allen County Red Devils in three clean sets 25-12, 28-26, and 25-10. The victory gives the #10 ranked Scotties’ their second conference win, bringing them to 2-1 in KJCCC play and 3-1 overall.

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Alberto “Kiko” Magana comes to Highland after serving as goalkeeper coach to both men’s and women’s soccer programs at William Jewell College (MO). Before his stop at William Jewell, Magana was Men’s Assistant Coach at McPherson College (KS).

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The Kansas Jayhawk Conference (KJCCC) recently announced fans will not be allowed to attend January indoor sporting contests. The KJCCC will meet at the end of January to re-evaluate their plans for the remainder of the Spring 2021 season.

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The Highland Community College Athletic Department announced that Todd Logan has been named Head Coach of the women’s soccer program as we head into the team’s inaugural season.

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The NJCAA became the first governing body of college athletics to make the announcement that a majority of 2020 fall sports will now take place in the spring of 2021.

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It was a season full of record breaking performances and it came to a close at the NJCAA Indoor Nationals in Lynchburg, Virginia for Highland track and field as the Scotties earned five spots on the medal stand in competition.

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Highland baseball opened the Conference portion of the season with a series spilt against Coffeyville after splitting the doubleheader on Saturday on the road with a 19-7 win and 8-3 loss.

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After getting their trip to Texas cancelled because of rain the Highland baseball team found some replacement games in a three-game series against Pratt played in Dodge City, Kansas and the Scotties picked up a three-game series sweep.

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For only the third time this season the Highland women's basketball suffered defeat as the Scotties battle #15 KCK on the road and were unable to hold their early lead falling 69-56.

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Look to avenge a Conference loss at home from earlier this season, Highland men's basketball team took on the Conference leading KCK Blue Devils on Wednesday. Scotties worked to as high as a 14-point lead but were unable to hold off KCK who handed the Scotties a 71-67 loss.