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Crusader News

The student news site of Seward County Community College

Crusader News

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Lady Saints lose three

Amberley Taylor, Co-Editor
October 1, 2018

The Seward County Community College Lady Saints Volleyball team lost their winning streak after losing three out of four games over the weekend. The Lady...

Over the summer, the Greenhouse got a new scoreboard, along with new bleachers to make games more enjoyable.

Changes are made to the Greenhouse

Alondra Botello, Photographer/Reporter
September 12, 2018

Seward County Community College recently upgraded the Greenhouse over the summer of 2018. The gym now has a new digital scoreboard and got a new set of...

There is at least one new coach in every sport at SCCC this year.

SCCC mixes up coaching staff

Anastasia Smalldridge, Photographer
September 11, 2018

Seward County Community College has had a mix up the athletics department. There's at least one new coach in every single sports. Some teams have a whole...

Jordan Pepper, sophomore pitcher, fires on in to the plate. The Saints played their way into the Region VI tournament by defeating Fort Scott in a best of three game series. (file photo)

Baseball advances to regionals

Alondra Trevizo, Club Reporter
May 7, 2018

Saints baseball solidified their spot at the Region VI tournament in Wichita this weekend. They blew past the Fort Scott Greyhounds with back-to-back wins...

When Rousset is not practicing his tennis skills, he is studying for classes. Rousset has As and Bs in all of his classes at SCCC.

Frenchman brings national attention to Saints tennis

Angel Meza, Sports Editor
April 6, 2018

Coming from Plaisance, France, Nicolas Rousset began his tennis destiny in the United States at Seward County Community College. Rousset is a freshman...

Sophomore, Terrell Alfred, is double-teamed by two defenders. (File Photo)

Saints win nail-biter to advance

Amberley Taylor, Editor
March 2, 2018

The Saints basketball team came out of a nail-biting postseason game with a win by only two points, making it the first postseason win for Saints basketball...

Sophomore, Borja Font, soars in the air to whip the tennis ball across the court.  The tennis team spends hours practicing their forehand and backhand from the baseline. The mens and womens teams start their season this weekend with a tournament in Tyler, Texas.

Tennis teams aim high for upcoming season

Angel Meza, Sports Editor
January 31, 2018

After a successful season last year (2016-2017), the SCCC Men’s Tennis team has high hopes to return and bring home another NJCAA Region Championship....

The SCCC amazing race was filled with different obstacles for students to master before they could get a clue. This obstacle required teams to target shoot foam fingers with a ping-pong gun.

Saints compete in amazing race

Amberley Taylor and Yesenia Soto
January 24, 2018

When the first group of students earned their clue and began running, everyone knew the race had started. After earning each clue, the groups would hurry...

The Satanta High School band plays in the Greenhouse on Saturday Jan. 13 during the game vs Garden. Throughout the month of January, different area high school bands are coming to play for home games.

Photo Essay: Satanta High School Band

Rubi Gallegos, Photographer
January 16, 2018


Sophomore, KeSean Davis attempts a jumper over his opponent. (file photo)

Second half comeback isn’t enough for Saints

Amberley Taylor, Copy Editor
December 4, 2017

After a slow start against Coffeyville, the Seward County Community College Men’s Basketball team wasn’t able to overcome their first half deficit....

Devin Bethely passes the ball in between defenders for his teammate to score an easy bucket. Bethely ended the game with a total of four assists.

Saints upset Cowley Community College

Angel Meza, Sports Editor
November 30, 2017

As the Saints defeat Pratt Community College on Saturday, Nov. 25, they manage to upset another conference opponent on Wednesday, Nov. 30, at the Greenhouse....

Sophomore Sergio Peregrino enjoys playing the piano before and after classes. Peregrino knows how to play the drums, the guitar and the piano.

Sergio Peregrino

Angel Meza, Sports Editor
November 28, 2017

Why did you choose SCCC? "SCCC had what I wanted to major in, keeps me closer to family, and I’ve had relatives come to this college." What’s...

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