Category: College

Craney signs for track and field

Craney signs for track and field

Hillsboro High School senior Cody Craney signed a letter of intent Friday to compete in track and field at Pratt Community College next season. Seated with him are his parents, Jessica and Vince Craney. Standing behind them is Dennis Boldt, head track and field coach at HHS. “We are excited Cody has signed with Pratt and know he will do […]

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Bluejay men fall at Washburn, 76-61

The Tabor College men’s basketball team lost an exhibition game to Washburn Monday, 76-61. With Tabor trailing 20-9, Malik Brooks ignited a 7-0 Bluejay run with a layup and a three-pointer, and when Justin Malan scored, Tabor was within 20-16. But the Ichabods built their lead to 37-24 at halftime. Washburn extended its lead to 25 points in the second […]

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Jays gain two KCAC victories

Jays gain two KCAC victories

Andrew Thomas makes a basket to give Tabor a 70-52 lead over the University of Saint Mary Thursday. Thomas was the Bluejays’ leading scorer with 21 points in Tabor’s 99-82 win. Thomas had a double-double performance at McPherson Saturday with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College men’s basketball team gained an 87-67 victory […]

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Women win final games before break

Women win final games before break

Mikaelyn Dick drains a three-pointer in the final seconds of the first half to give Tabor a 37-34 lead over McPherson at halftime Saturday. Tabor went on to win, 67-56. Phyllis Richert Photo The Tabor College women’s basketball team defeated McPherson, 67-56, Saturday in the Bluejays’ final game before Christmas break. The teams battled fairly evenly in the first half, […]

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TC men earn first KCAC win

TC men earn first KCAC win

Malik Brooks scores two points for Tabor during the first half against Friends Saturday. Brooks scored a game-high 22 points in Tabor’s 73-64 victory over the Falcons. Phyllis Richert Photo The Tabor College men’s basketball team earned its first conference victory Saturday over Friends, having dropped a three-point loss to Southwestern earlier in the week. Friends—It was a tale of […]

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Tabor women lose overtime game

Tabor women lose overtime game

Tonisha Dean scores two points during the second half Saturday against Friends. Dean led the Bluejays’ rebounding effort with 10 rebounds in Tabor’s 59-57 overtime loss to the Falcons. Phyllis Richert Photo The Tabor College women’s basketball team split their games against two ranked KCAC opponents last week. Friends—Victory over the No. 9 Falcons was within reach, but Tabor came […]

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TC swimmers qualify 5 for nationals

The Tabor College swim teams competed in the Jayhawk Open Saturday at the University of Kansas. “This weekend was a big step forward for us,” coach Nate Duell said. “The team has begun to realize its potential and what it means to be a college swimmer. “Many of the lessons that we needed to learn early on have been learned, […]

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Holmes qualifies for NAIA marathon at Southwestern

Hannah Holmes qualified for the NAIA marathon by running a half marathon at Southwestern Friday. Holmes’ time of 1 hour, 28 minutes, 20 seconds exceeded the automatic qualifying time of 1:30:00. She also broke Tabor’s school record set by Brielle Lund at 1:29:06. “Hannah is a very dedicated athlete who puts in a lot of miles year round,” said cross […]

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Nowak signs for Cowley softball

Nowak signs for Cowley softball

Seated with her are parents Barb and Chad Nowak. Behind them is HHS head coach Stephanie Sinclair, flanked by Nowak’s summer team coaches Steve Rorebeck (left) and Kurt Heincker. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press Hillsboro High School senior Bradli Nowak signed a letter of intent Friday to play softball next year at Cowley Community College in Arkansas City. Nowak was […]

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Defense lifts TC past John Brown

Defense lifts TC past John Brown

Kayla Wilgers drives inside during the first half of Tabor’s 63-44 victory over John Brown Tuesday. Wilgers led the Bluejays with 17 points and made all five three-point baskets she attempted. Janae Rempel / Free Press After defeating NAIA Division I opponent John Brown earlier in the week, the Tabor College women’s basketball team lost an exhibition game at NCAA […]

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