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The HCC football team moved up to No. 4 in the latest NJCAA/JC Football.com national poll released on Tuesday.

Andrew Carpenter/HCC Sports Information

BLUE DRAGONS SHOOT UP TO NO. 4

IN LATEST NJCAA NATIONAL FOOTBALL POLL

By Steve Carpenter

HCC Sports Information Director

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

After scoring the most points in any three-game stretch in team history, the Hutchinson Community College football team has climbed two spots to No. 4 in the latest NJCAA/JC Football.com national poll released on Tuesday.

The Blue Dragons (3-0, 2-0 Jayhawk Conference) jumped past defending national champion Butler to No. 4, which is the highest ranking the Blue Dragons have had in the NJCAA poll since being ranked No. 4 after the third week of the 1996 season. Complete records from the late 1960s and 1970s are slim, so this is believed to be the highest ranking HCC has ever had in the NJCAA poll.

It’s not the highest national football ranking the Blue Dragons have enjoyed however. That same week in 1996, the Blue Dragons were ranked No. 1 in the nation by JC Gridwire.

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Blue Dragon quarterback Angelo Pease hurdles a Dodge City defender during the first half of Saturday night's 61-3 Jayhawk Conference victory over the Conquistadors.

Andrew Carpenter/HCC Sports Information

NO. 6 DRAGONS RUN OVER CONQUISTADORS

WITH 460 YARDS ON THE GROUND

By Steve Carpenter

HCC Sports Information Director

Saturday, September 19, 2009

DODGE CITY – The top-ranked rushing team in the NJCAA was at it again as the Hutchinson Community College football team ran for a season-high 460 yards and had four players with more than 80 yards, including two with more than 120, in a 61-3 Jayhawk Conference rout of Dodge City on Saturday night at Dodge City’s Memorial Stadium.

The sixth-ranked Blue Dragons got a game-high 154 yards and two touchdowns from freshman Romero Cotton and 121 yards and two scores from sophomore Chris Clay as Hutchinson broke the 400-yard rushing mark for the second-time in three games. Freshman quarterback Angelo Pease ran for 84 yards and a score and freshman Chris Anderson had 83 yards and two more touchdowns to bring his season total to nine TDs in three games.

“It’s a big-time blessing to have that many guys who can carry the ball,” HCC head coach Ryan Rhoades said. “It seems like a guy would get winded and the next guy would get in there and do just as well. That’s a real positive for us. For a team that hang’s its hat on a run, we have to have a lot of guys who can do it.”

The Blue Dragons’ punishing running attack helped produce the third-most points scored against Dodge City in series history and tie for the eighth-most in team history, tying the 61-point outing against Haskell College in 1986.

The 58-point margin of victory was the largest ever against Dodge City and was the sixth-largest margin of victory in team history.

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RECENT BLUE DRAGON FOOTBALL RELEASES

Dragons shoot up to No. 4 in NJCAA national poll (9-22-09)

No. 6 Dragons run over Dodge City with 460 rushing yards (9-19-09)

Blue Dragon Game Notes: Dodge City (9-18-09)

Chris Anderson named NJCAA Offensive Player of the Week (9-16-09)

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2009 SCHEDULE

August 29

at NEO

7 p.m. - Miami, Okla.

 

September 5

Bye

 

September 12

Highland CC

7 p.m. - Gowans Stadium

 

September 19

at Dodge City

7 p.m. - Memorial Stadium

Dodge City, Kan.

 

September 26

at Fort Scott

1 p.m. - Frary Field

Fort Scott, Kan.

 

October 3

Butler CC

7 p.m. - Gowans Stadium

 

October 10

at Coffeyville

7 p.m. - Veterans Memorial Stadium

Coffeyville, Kan.

 

October 17

Air Force Prep

7 p.m. - Gowans Stadium

 

October 24

at Independence

7 p.m. - Shulthis Stadium

Independence, Kan.

 

October 31

Garden City

7 p.m. - Gowans Stadium

 

November 8

Region VI Semifinals

1 p.m., home sites

 

November 15

Region VI Finals

1 p.m., home site

 

December 5

Salt City Bowl

1 p.m., Gowans Stadium