CCCC advances to semifinals
The Cloud County Community College men’s soccer team advanced to the semifinals of the Region 6 Tournament by shutting out Dodge City Community College 2-0 in a match it hosted on Sunday afternoon.
Cloud County (11-8) will take on Barton County Community College at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Hummer Sports Park in Topeka.
Barton County (11-4-1) downed Neosho County 2-1 in the opening round.
Cloud County lost 2-0 earlier in the season to Barton County.
In the other first-round games, Coffeyville blanked Northwest Kansas Technical College 2-0 and Johnson County defeated Allen, 4-1.
Coffeyville (15-4) plays Johnson County (12-6) in the semifinals at 4 p.m., Thursday.
The championship match is scheduled for noon on Friday.
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