For the second time in recent weeks, Spartan volleyball player Carmen Subbert of Stanton has been named Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC) offensive athlete of the week.
According to the ICCAC Web site, Subbert's performance during the week of October 6-12 included an average of more than four kills per set over 17 sets. She added 2.25 digs in those sets as well. Overall on the week she had 68 kills and 38 digs. Her best game came against Southeast CC when she killed 22 balls on 45 percent hitting and made 11 digs.
The Spartan sports shooting team took home another conference win on Saturday, October 11. The team traveled to the Palmer Conservation Club in Palmer for a meet hosted by Iowa Central CC.
Brandon Dvorsky shot a perfect 50 of 50 to take the top score of the shoot. The SWCC team score was a 242 of 250, finishing as the winning overall team for the day. The top five individuals scoring for the Spartans were Dvorsky 50/50, Ethan Jolliff 49/50, Shelby Woods 48/50, Easton Ressler 48/50, and Cody Bruggemeyerr 47/50. Woods finished as the top female of the day with 48/50.
The Spartan Golf team enjoyed two days of golf at Lake Panorama Gold Course in Panora this past weekend to compete in the AIB Invitational on September 26-27. The beautiful weather brought in many low, sub-par scores from the host school, who won the event. The Spartans were led by Sophomore Matt Righi. The rest of the Spartan team struggled to find their stride in competition.
The Spartans will play next Sunday, October 5, at the Waldorf Invitational in Forest City.
Southwestern Community College (SWCC) freshman Carmen Subbert has been named the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC) Athlete of the Week.
According to the ICCAC Web site, Subbert, who plays outside hitter, hit with great efficiency in the Spartans two matches last week. Her 5.67 kills per set were in part because of her near 45 percent hitting rate. She added 1.8 digs per set to solidify her weekly award.
Subbert is a May 2014 graduate of Stanton High School.
On Saturday, September 27, the Spartan sports shooting team traveled to the Ventura Gun Club in Ventura for their first conference meet hosted by NIACC. As a team, the Spartans earned the top spot in trap, winning the event with a score or 246 out of 250.
Shelby Woods, freshman from Madison, MO, grabbed first place in trap for the women, with a score of 49 out of 50. Sophomore Ethan Jolliff from Indianola and freshman Justin Woods from Mt. Pleasant both posted a perfect 50 forcing a shoot-off for first place. In the end, Woods edged out Jolliff for the win.
The Spartans will hit the road again on Saturday, October 11, to compete in another conference meet in Fort Dodge hosted by Iowa Central CC.
The SWCC softball team is selling "Property of" T-shirts (see photo above) featuring "The House That Fox Built," a dedication to long-time and always memorable Coach Ron "Fox" Clinton. The cost per shirt is $15.
If you would like to purchase a T-shirt, please contact SWCC Head Softball Coach Lindsay Stumpff.
On Monday, September 22, the Spartan golf team traveled to Polk City to participate in the Grand View University Invite. Spartan golfers Matt Righi, Chasen Selsor, and Delson Grantham competed in the event, held at one of Iowa’s most difficult golf courses, Tournament Club of Iowa, against some of the state’s more elite golf programs. With beautiful weather and low winds, the only real challenges were difficult pin placements and fast greens. Righi led the Spartans with a very respectable 82.
The Spartans will be attending the AIB Invite at Lake Panorama starting on Friday for weekend tournament. The course will provide a beautiful backdrop for the team to improve on their scores.
Fall Tune Up Camp
Who: Boys grades K-12
When: November 8- K-8 (8:30-11 a.m.) & 9-12 (11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.)
Where: Gymnasium in Student Center on campus of Southwestern Community College
Cost: $20 which includes a T-shirt and admission to the November 10 home game
What to expect: Grades K-8 will be split up by age and level as best as possible and can expect a traditional camp environment- stations, contests, games. Grades 9-12 will be an intense day of workouts similar to what college level players go through on a daily basis.
Please download and fill out this form and mail, along with a check (payable to Southwestern Men’s Basketball) to:
1501 Townline St
Creston, IA 50801