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  • Kewley to leave PCC; PCC grapplers fare well at Newman
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  • Kewley to leave PCC
    Kevin Kewley is leaving Pratt to take over the head coaching position at Barton County Community College.
    Barton Community College’s Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Kevin Kewley Tuesday evening as the new head coach of the men’s soccer team.   Kewley becomes only the third coach in Barton’s nationally renowned and Region VI powerhouse men’s soccer program.   Arriving from fellow region school Pratt Community College, Kewley began the men’s soccer program at Pratt three years ago compiling a 27-25-1 record including a 10-6-0 season last year.  Kewley replaces Oliver Twelvetrees who recently departed to begin the men’s soccer program at Brevard Community College in Melbourne, Florida.
    PCC grapplers fare well at Newman
    The Pratt Wrestling Team traveled to Newman University to compete in the Jet Invitational.  Top performances of the day were Hunter Edwards with some key victories on the day, Landon “Tug” Keiswetter with a 4th place finish, and Taylor Baird with a third place finish.
    Both Taylor Baird and Landon Keiswetter made it to the Semi-Final rounds before losing to a sixth ranked and second ranked opponent at the Division II ranks.  This caps the first half of the season for the Beavers and leaves their mark at 2-2 on the year and an 18th National Ranking in the NJCAA.
    The Beavers head into break and will face Number 2 ranked Labette and also Number 11 ranked Northwest College and Number 10 ranked Neosho County Community College.
    Those matches will take place on Jan. 6 and 7. beaver dam
    Kewley to leave PCC
    Kevin Kewley is leaving Pratt to take over the head coaching position at Barton County Community College.
    Barton Community College’s Board of Trustees approved the hiring of Kevin Kewley Tuesday evening as the new head coach of the men’s soccer team.   Kewley becomes only the third coach in Barton’s nationally renowned and Region VI powerhouse men’s soccer program.   Arriving from fellow region school Pratt Community College, Kewley began the men’s soccer program at Pratt three years ago compiling a 27-25-1 record including a 10-6-0 season last year.  Kewley replaces Oliver Twelvetrees who recently departed to begin the men’s soccer program at Brevard Community College in Melbourne, Florida.
    PCC grapplers fare well at Newman
    The Pratt Wrestling Team traveled to Newman University to compete in the Jet Invitational.  Top performances of the day were Hunter Edwards with some key victories on the day, Landon “Tug” Keiswetter with a 4th place finish, and Taylor Baird with a third place finish.
    Page 2 of 2 - Both Taylor Baird and Landon Keiswetter made it to the Semi-Final rounds before losing to a sixth ranked and second ranked opponent at the Division II ranks.  This caps the first half of the season for the Beavers and leaves their mark at 2-2 on the year and an 18th National Ranking in the NJCAA.
    The Beavers head into break and will face Number 2 ranked Labette and also Number 11 ranked Northwest College and Number 10 ranked Neosho County Community College.
    Those matches will take place on Jan. 6 and 7.
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