Spring 2015 Schedule more details

Day Time Opponent Site
3/3 1:00 North Eastern OK  Away (7,7)
3/8 2:00 Seminole Away (7,7)
3/10 1:30 Connors State Away (7,7)
3/12 1:00 Crowder Home (7,9)
3/15 1:00 Crowder Away (7,9)
3/16 3:00 Iowa Central Home (9)
3/17 1:00 Iowa Central Home (7,7)
3/21 2:00 Mineral Area Away (7,9)
3/22 1:00 Mineral Area Away (7,9)
3/25  3:00 Kansas City KS Away (9)
3/26 2:00 Longview Away (9)
3/28 1:00 North Central Away (7,9)
3/29   1:00 North Central Home (7,9)
3/31  2:00  Johnson County  Away (7,7) 
4/3  4:00  St. Louis CC  Away (7,9) 
4/4  1:00  St. Louis CC  Away (7,9) 
4/7  2:00  Kansas City KS  Home (9) 
4/8  3:00  Highland  Away (9) 
4/9  1:00  St. Charles  Home (7,9) 
4/11 1:00 St. Charles Away (7,9)
4/12 2:00 Longview Home (7,7)
4/16 1:00 Jefferson  Away (7,9)
4/18 1:00 Jefferson Home (7,9)
4/21 4:00 Johnson County Away (7,9)
4/22 2:00 Highland Home (9)
4/23 1:00 Longview Away (9)
4/25 2:00 Three Rivers Home (7,9)
4/26 12:00 Three Rivers Home (7,9)
4/28 2:00 Kansas City KS Away (9)
4/30 1:00 STLCC Away (7,9)


Athlete Spotlight

Ramsey ScottRamsey Scott is a 6'5 240-lb. first baseman from Cape Girardeau, MO.  

Ramsey has committed to play baseball next year at Division 1 Murray State in Kentucky. 

Scott is a dedicated student athlete who works hard in the classroom, carrying a 3.0 GPA.  

"Ramsey is a strong kid, with a big frame that has unlimited potential. He is having a great year for us in 2015 after having a solid freshman campaign. Ramsey has already signed a Division 1 scholarship for next year and has a chance to play professional baseball one day.  We fully expect he to continue to lead our offense and help us reach our goal of winning another Region XVI Championship."

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Monarchs Baseball News

Monarchs' Coach Marty Kilgore hits milestone: 500 career wins

After starting his coaching career as an assistant coach at Metropolitan Community College 25 years ago, Marty Kilgore has reached yet another milestone with the Monarchs: his 500th win. With Kilgore in the dugout, the MCC-Maple Woods Monarchs coasted to an easy 12-2 home win over conference rival St. Charles Community College April 11.

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Monarchs drop 3 of 4 to regional opponent Jefferson College

The Monarchs dropped three of four games this weekend to regional rival Jefferson College. Maple Woods lost game 1 4-2. It was a pitchers duel, with sophomore Derek Pike throwing his fourth complete game of the season. Maple Woods could not scratch across enough runs to win.  
Game 2 for the Monarchs was much different. Maple Woods got behind early, but rallied back for several innings. The Monarchs ended up losing the game by a score of 12-8.

The Monarchs won game 3 of the series by a score of 13-4. Sophomore Brendan Feldmann threw a complete game, going seven innings, walking one batter, and striking out 10 Vikings hitters.  
Maple Woods could not get anything going game 4, as they were held to three hits and shutout. ​Freshmen Connor Simpson and Will Jibas had great weekends at the plate with Jibas going 6-of-10 and Simpson 8-of-14 on the weekend.

Maple Woods drops 2 to Northeastern Oklahoma on the road

The Monarchs got out to an early lead in game 1 of tuesday's double-header, but could not hold off the Norseman's offense and lost the game 10-4. Freshman Andrew Curry and sophomore Will Mahnken each had a home run.

Game 2 for the Monarchs got off to another good start, leading the Norsemen 2-0 through three innings. The Norseman answered, however, scoring two runs on a double in the bottom of the fourth. Freshman pitcher Jake Smith threw well, going four innings, allowing six hits, and striking out two batters.

The Maple Woods offense answered again, getting a home run from sophomore Ramsey Scott to take the lead, but allowed the Norsemen to tie the game. Scott hit another home run in his next at-bat to give him two straight home runs in two plate appearances, but the Norseman answered and eventually won the game in extra innings on a walk to win the game 7-6.

Monarchs sweep four-game series with conference rival St. Charles CC

The Monarchs played four solid games to sweep Region XVI rival St. Charles Community College to move to 9-9 in conference play. Maple Woods took the first two games of the series on Thursday with scores 4-3 and 9-4. In game one, the Monarchs got a great pitching effort from sophomore Jaren Kutzke, who went six innings, allowed seven hits, one run, one walk, and seven strikeouts. Freshman Connor Simpson went 3-for-3 at the plate with a double, two singles, and an RBI.

Game two for the Monarchs got off to a great start. After loading the bases, sophomore Will Mahnken hit a grand slam to take an early 4-0 lead. Sophomore Brendan Feldmann was on the mound for seven innings, allowing three runs, and striking out six to pick up the win. The Monarchs collected nine hits and scored nine runs to win the game.

The Monarchs won the third game of the series on Saturday, 12-2. Maple Woods tallied 11 hits. Sophomore Derek Pike got the win and threw a complete game to move to 4-2 on the season. First baseman Ramsey Scott went 3-for-4 at the plate with two doubles and a home run.

Game 4 for the Monarchs was another great game. Maple Woods compiled 10 hits and scored 13 runs to spread the Cougars in five innings. Sophomore pitcher Steven D'Amico had the complete game shutout, striking out six St. Charles batters. Sophomore Connor Arcobasso went 2-for-3 at the plate with an RBI, a double and triple. Freshman Connor Simpson went 2-for-3 with a home run.

The Monarchs move to 9-9 in regional play and have won 4 straight.

Maple Woods loses to KCKCC

The Monarchs couldn't take advantage of multiple base runners, losing to cross-city rival Kansas City Kansas Community College 12-3.

The Monarchs got behind in the 5th inning on Tuesday and could not get anything going at the plate offensively to get themselves back in the game. The Monarchs struggled on the mound as well, allowing 12 hits. 


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The Monarchs coaching staff is always interested in meeting with players and their families throughout the year. If you are looking to man the field for the Monarchs, visit our Recruiting page and make an appointment.

Region XVI Champions

1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009, and 2013


South Central District Champions



NJCAA World Series Appearance


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