Category: Breaking News

Tabor sweeps Spires on Senior Night

Tabor sweeps Spires on Senior Night

The Tabor College basketball teams swept the University of Saint Mary Saturday on senior night to improve to 18-0. Mallory Zuercher drives into the lane and scores to give Tabor an 18-11 lead over Saint Mary during the second quarter Saturday. Zuercher scored 11 points in Tabor’s 73-56 victory. Women—Tabor overcame a slow start to defeat Saint Mary, 73-56, Saturday. […]

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Hillsboro teams go 1-1 at Kingman

Hillsboro basketball teams made the last of their long sojourns west Friday to take on the Kingman Eagles. A shorthanded Trojan girls’ team suffered a 61-42 loss, but the Trojan boys claimed a 53-38 win in another physical test. With the loss, the girls’ record is 10-7 overall and 5-3 in the league while the boys improved to 13-4 fand […]

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Marion sweeps Ell-Saline on homecoming night

Marion sweeps Ell-Saline on homecoming night

Victory was sweet for Marion on homecoming night as the Warriors swept visiting Ell-Saline Friday. Kourtney Hansen scores to give Marion a 20-19 lead during the second quarter. Hansen led all scorers with 20 points in Marion’s 55-40 win. Girls—Marion defeated Ell-Saline, 55-40. The Cardinals scored the game’s first basket, but Marion responded with six unanswered points to take the […]

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Tabor teams sweep Sterling, improve to 17-0

Tabor teams sweep Sterling, improve to 17-0

The Tabor College basketball teams swept Sterling Thursday to improve to 17-0 in KCAC play. Morgan Ediger drains a three-pointer during the third quarter to give Tabor a 44-29 lead over Sterling. Ediger led all scorers with 18 points in Tabor’s 66-42 win. Women—Tabor used a second-half defensive lockdown effort to defeat Sterling handily, 66-42. The Bluejays limited the Warriors […]

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Hillsboro hoopsers humbled at home by Hoisington

One week after Ground­hog Day, Hillsboro’s girls’ and boys’ basketball teams dug themselves double-digit halftime deficits that led to a Hoisington sweep Tuesday at Brown Gymnasium. The Trojan girls, trailing 28-14 at intermission, almost crawled out of the hole in the second half before absorbing a 48-38 defeat. The Trojan boys trailed the Cardinals 34-18 at halftime and never made […]

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Tabor sweeps McPherson, Bluejay women clinch KCAC title

Tabor sweeps McPherson, Bluejay women clinch KCAC title

The Tabor College basketball teams improved to 16-0 in KCAC play with a sweep of McPherson Saturday. Taylor Deniston draws a foul during the second quarter at McPherson. She made both free throws to give Tabor a 29-23 lead. Women—Tabor clinched the KCAC title by defeating McPherson, 62-45, Saturday. After a fast-paced game at Oklahoma Wesleyan two days prior, it […]

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Hillsboro basketball teams prevail at Pratt

Hillsboro made the long trip to Pratt worthwhile Friday, bringing home a pair of basketball wins against the Greenbacks. The Trojan girls broke open a low-scoring close game with a 19-point third quarter and went on to win by a 47-35 margin. The Trojan boys survived a brutal battle by making 10 of 14 free throws in the final quarter […]

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Marion splits two games at Bennington

The Marion basketball teams split a pair of games at Bennington Friday. Girls—Marion rolled to a 50-22 victory over Bennington. Bennington scored its only two baskets of the first quarter within the first 1:39 of play—a game-opening two-pointer and a traditional three-point play—to take a 5-4 lead. From there, Marion ended the quarter with a 12-1 run to stake a […]

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Tabor stays perfect in KCAC play with sweep of Oklahoma Wesleyan

The Tabor College basketball teams improved to 15-0 in KCAC play by sweeping Oklahoma Wesleyan on the road Thursday. Women—With its highest offensive production of the season, Tabor secured a 111-82 victory over Oklahoma Wesleyan Thursday, handing the Eagles their first home loss of the season. The Bluejays came into the game averaging 66.8 points per contest. In an up-tempo […]

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DEATH: Richard Kowalski, 68

Richard Kowalski, 68, a retired operating engineer of Wichita, died Jan. 29 at his home. No service was planned and cremation took place. He was born May 30, 1947, at Buffalo, N.Y., to Bruno and Lottchen (Kirkpatrick) Kowalski. Survivors include sister Roberta and husband Randy Hamilton; daughter Kim­berly and one granddaughter. No memorial was designated, and Olson’s Mortuary, 139 N. […]

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