PCC baseball splits pair with Tonkawa; PCC hosts golf tourney; PCC inducts new HOF class
PCC baseball splits pair with Tonkawa
In contrast to the extra inning nail-biter that the Pratt Community College baseball team won back in February, the rematch games the Beavers played against Northern Oklahoma-Tonkawa on the road Tuesday were both one-sided affairs.
PCC prevailed in the opener 14-3, then fell to the Mavericks 12-2 in the nightcap.
The Beavers record continues to hover around the .500 mark at 16-17 on the season, while their Jayhawk Conference mark still stands at 8-12.
Next on the schedule is a weekend road trip to Colby for a 4-game set, but that seems a bit iffy at this time, playing-conditions-wise.
PCC to host golf tourney
In conjunction with their 75th Anniversary Celebration, the athletic department of Pratt Community College will be hosting a 4- person scramble.
The golf tournament will be on Sunday, April 14 with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The tournament will be at Park Hills Country Club. Each team should be made up of four people and will cost $200 per team. There will be a limit of 36 teams.
For more information on the golf tournament or to sign up a team, contact McAfee at email@example.com or 620.450.2128.
PCC to induct new HOF class
At 4:00 PM, in Carpenter Auditorium, 15 former Beaver athletes will be inducted into the Pratt Community College Athletics Hall of Fame. Sports teams represented include Football, Track, Wrestling, Basketball, Softball, Baseball, Golf, Tennis, and Rodeo.
. For more information on the 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, please contact Kim Cromer at 620-450-2131.