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BLUE DRAGONS PICKED TO WIN JAYHAWK FOOTBALL TITLE IN 2015

				Blue Dragon football coach Rion Rhoades speaks to members of the media and coaches on Friday at Newman University in Wichita the annual Jayhawk Conference Football Media Day. For the first time since 1996, the Blue Dragons were picked to win the Jayhawk Conference title. (Steve Carpenter/HCC Sports Information)

Football | 07.24.15

WICHITA – Coming off the best season in program history in 2014, the Hutchinson Community College football team was picked to win the 2015 Jayhawk Conference championship on Friday.

Announced at the league’s annual Football Media Day at Newman University in Wichita, the J ...

THREE MORE BLUE DRAGON FOOTBALL PLAYERS SIGN WITH 4-YEAR PROGRAMS


Football | 01.09.15

The total of early signees for Hutchinson Community College football in the early signing period grew to 11 as three more players made their decisions over the holiday break.

Defensive back Christian Goodlett signed with the University of Louisiana-Lafayette. Receiver Bryce Harvey ha ...

EIGHT BLUE DRAGON FOOTBALL PLAYERS MAKE FOUR-YEAR DECISIONS


Football | 12.18.14

Eight Hutchinson Community College football players secured their immediate futures on Wednesday, Day 1 of the early NCAA football’s signing period.

Four current Blue Dragons are headed for the Southeastern Conference and one to the Big 12. Three others are headed to non-Power ...

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Alvin Kamara (upper left) and Marquavius Lewis (upper right) are first-team NJCAA All-Americans for 2014. Jeremiah Ledbetter (lower right) and Claude George (lower left) are second-team NJCAA All-Americans.

Football | 12.18.14

FOUR DRAGONS EARN ALL-AMERICA HONORS; KAMARA, LEWIS 1ST TEAM

Posing with their Salt City Bowl trophy, the 2014 Blue Dragons completed the program's first 11-win season on Saturday and earned their highest final national ranking ever at No. 4 on Monday. (Jessica Green/HCC Sports Information)

Football | 12.08.14

FINAL NO. 4 RANKING HIGHEST IN BLUE DRAGON FOOTBALL HISTORY

		Blue Dragon defensive end Jeremiah Ledbetter (54, right) was named the 2014 Salt City Bowl's Defensive MVP on Saturday at Gowans Stadium after his three quarterback sacks helped No. 4 Hutchinson roll to a 52-7 victory over No. 19 Hudson Valley. (Jessica Green/HCC Sports Information)

Football | 12.06.14

NO. 4 BLUE DRAGONS TOPPLE NO. 19 HUDSON VALLEY IN SIXTH SALT CITY BOWL

		Juwan Dickey's highlight-reel catch against Butler was just one of the many huge plays by the 2014 Jayhawk Conference champion Blue Dragon football team in 2014. The Dragons look to make more memories on Saturday in the 2014 Salt City Bowl against Hudson Valley. (Joseph Griffin/HCC Sports Information)

Football | 12.06.14

DRAGONS, VIKINGS SET FOR SALT CITY BOWL MATCHUP ON SATURDAY

		Jovante Siglar (4) shown going for a pass against Garden City this season, made perhaps the biggest play in Saturday's 24-6 win over Independence when as the holder, fielded a bad snap on a field goal and turned it into a 9-yard touchdown pass. (Stephanie Carpenter/HCC Sports Information)

Football | 11.13.14

JOVANTE SIGLAR EARNS FINAL KJCCC SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK