Lady Conq golf team captures second


    The Dodge City Community College women’s golf team finished in second place at the Region VI golf tournament in Hays, April 25 and 26.

    The Lady Conquistadors scored a first round of 400 and second round of 394 for a total of 794 points, which was eight strokes behind first place finisher Barton County.


       Lady Conq golf team captures second

    The Dodge City Community College women’s golf team finished in second place at the Region VI golf tournament in Hays, April 25 and 26.
    The Lady Conquistadors scored a first round of 400 and second round of 394 for a total of 794 points, which was eight strokes behind first place finisher Barton County.
    Individually for DCCC, Krystal Martinez led the team with a second place finish with 179 points. The freshman was 11 strokes behind Colby’s Chelsea Gausman, who scored 168 and took top honors.
    The Lady Conqs also had strong performances from Rhiannon Downes (194), who finished in sixth place, Kimberly Schmalz (210) who took 10th place and Marla Howell (211) who finished in 11th.
    Martinez, Downes and Schmalz all qualified for the National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s National Championships in Daytona Beach, FL May 21-24.

DCCC softball  games against Seward cancelled

Dodge City Community College softball team’s doubleheader against Seward County Wednesday afternoon, was cancelled due to weather. The Lady Conquistadors will not make up the games.
    Dodge (5-35) will prepare for its Region IV first round playoff series against Labette (38-13), scheduled for Saturday in Parsons. The Lady Conqs will face the Lady Cardinal’s at 1 p.m. and then at 3. If necessary, there will be a third game played Sunday, at noon.
    The last time DCCC played Labette, the Lady Conqs lost, 21-6 and 7-5 at home.

Conqs baseball team picks up win

HAYS — The Dodge City Community College baseball team defeated the Fort Hays State junior varsity team Wednesday evening in twelve innings 8-6.
    The Conquistadors, who were down 6-1 for about half of the game, fought their way back, tying the game in the eighth and then getting the extra runs to secure the win in the later innings.
    “I thought we ran the bases well today and played well defensively,” DCCC head coach Phil Stephenson said.
    Freshman Andrew White, who pitched the last three innings for the team, picked up the win