Category: Breaking News

Tabor’s World Series run ends with loss to Oklahoma Baptist

The Tabor College baseball team’s 2015 Avista-NAIA World Series run came to a close with a 5-1 loss to top-seeded Oklahoma Baptist in an elimination game Monday. The Bluejays and the Bison were not unfamiliar opponents. The teams had met in late March at Wichita State’s Eck Stadium, with Oklahoma Baptist gaining a 5-4 victory. While the Bluejays had a […]

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Longworth pitches complete-game shutout to keep Tabor’s World Series hopes alive

Once again, Russell Longworth came through for the Tabor College baseball team in a do-or-die situation. Facing elimination in their second game of the NAIA World Series Saturday, the Bluejays entrusted the ball to Longworth, who pitched a complete-game shutout to give Tabor a 2-0 victory over No. 7 Lindsey Wilson (Ky.). As he had in Tabor’s opening round championship […]

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Tabor baseball suffers 9-1 loss to open NAIA World Series

The Tabor College baseball team suffered a 9-1 loss to Embry-Riddle in its first game of the 2015 Avista-NAIA World Series Friday. Eagle starter Stetson Nelson (10-4) threw a lockdown effort, pitching five no-hit innings before surrendering a single to Alex Couch in the bottom of the sixth. Nelson earned the win, scattering three hits and one earned run over […]

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Hillsboro softball heading for state after 10-0 regional championship win

The sun shone brightly and warmly on the Hillsboro softball team Thursday, and the Trojans were hot enough to win the Class 3A regional tournament in Marion with a 10-0 run-rule win over Council Grove. After slogging through a cool and wet 4-0 semifinal victory over Halstead on Tuesday, the Trojans took charge of the rescheduled championship game with a […]

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Tabor College commencement moved indoors

Due to the inclement weather forecast for this weekend, the 105th Tabor College commencement scheduled for 10 a.m., Saturday, May 23, and the President’s Party at 6:30 p.m., Friday, May 22, will both be in the Tabor College Gymnasium on D Street in Hillsboro. President Jules Glanzer made the announcement today. “After checking various weather apps, and given the weather […]

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PHOTOS—Tabor College baseball team’s NAIA Opening Round championship victory over Bellevue

To view photos from the Tabor College baseball team’s NAIA Opening Round championship victory over Bellevue, click here. The Bluejays (53-10) have received the No. 3 seed in the 2015 Avista-NAIA Baseball World Series and will open play against No. 6 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) (39-17) Friday at 5 p.m.

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Tabor baseball punches ticket to NAIA World Series with 9-4 win over Bellevue

The Tabor College baseball team defeated host Bellevue, 9-4, in the NAIA Opening Round tournament championship Friday to advance to the NAIA World Series for the second consecutive year. It was the Bluejays’ second win over the Bruins in two days, as Tabor had stayed alive with an 11-5 victory Thursday in the first championship game. In Friday’s victory, Russell […]

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Tabor baseball stays alive with 11-5 win over Bellevue

The Tabor College baseball team held off a late Bellevue rally to win, 11-5, Thursday and force a second championship game that will decide who will advance to the NAIA World Series. The Bluejays came out on fire offensively, with the first seven Tabor batters each recording a hit to get to Bruin starter Sean McManus early after just 26 […]

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Tabor baseball keeps tournament hopes alive with 12-4 rout of Mayville State

For the second time in three days, the Tabor College baseball team defeated Mayville State by an eight-run margin. After kicking off their NAIA Opening Round tournament appearance with an 8-0 shutout Tuesday, the Bluejays earned a 12-4 victory Thursday to end the Comets’ tournament run. Tabor got five shutout innings from starter Gregory Turner (5-2) who picked up the […]

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Tabor baseball suffers 3-1 loss to Bellevue

The Tabor College baseball team struggled to plate run support for starter Dustin Hurlbutt in a 3-1 loss to No. 2 Bellevue (Neb.) Wednesday in the Bluejays’ second game of the NAIA Opening Round tournament. In just his second loss of the year, Hurlbutt (10-2) went the distance, scattering four hits and two earned runs over nine innings on the […]

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