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Created: Tuesday, April 22, 2014 10:54 am

AshleyMcClary SWCCbball

Fremont-Mills High School athlete Ashley McClary is headed to Southwestern Community College (SWCC) to become a multi-sport athlete for the Spartans, playing basketball for Women’s Basketball Coach Addae Houston and throwing shot-put for Track and Field Coach Bill Huntington. 

McClary was a part of Fremont-Mills’ 20-5 basketball team this past season, finishing first for the first-time ever in the Corner Conference Tournament. She is a member of the National Honor Society.

Read more: Fremont-Mills Athlete Headed to SWCC

Created: Friday, April 18, 2014 8:51 am

Fountain Wimbush

Addae Houston, Southwestern Community College (SWCC) head women’s basketball coach, recently added two strong athletes to his roster from Kansas City, MO.

Sabrina Fountain, a senior at Raytown South High School in Kansas City, was a 2014 Kansas City Suburban Conference Honorable Mention selection and a 2013 Kansas City Suburban Second Team All-Conference selection.

Read more: Houston Adds Two from Kansas City for Spartan Basketball

Created: Thursday, April 17, 2014 10:55 am

Berry SaLisa

Sa’Lisa Berry, a senior at Abraham Lincoln High School in Des Moines, signed with Southwestern Community College (SWCC) this week and as of fall 2014 semester will be running track, as well as playing basketball for the Spartans.

During high school, Berry received a 2014 Metro Conference Honorable Mention selection, 2014 Iowa Elite Senior All Star Team selection, and the 2013 Captain Award for track and field.

Addae Houston, SWCC head women’s basketball coach, said Berry will give the Spartans great depth at the guard position. “Sa’Lisa is a solid shooter from the outside and knows how to create shots for others,” Houston stated.

Read more: Des Moines Lincoln’s Berry to Join Spartans Basketball Program

Created: Monday, February 24, 2014 11:49 am

On the road against top ranked NIACC, the Spartans had a difficult time with ball control. The Trojans forced 31 or the Spartan’s 39 turnovers in the first-half, taking a 56-11 lead into the locker room. The final score was NIACC 99, Spartans 42. Jill Vanderhoof scored a game high 10 points and pulled in five rebounds.