Category: College

Tabor baseball wins regular-season KCAC title

The 10th-ranked Tabor College baseball team won the regular-season KCAC title for the fourth consecutive year by winning a four-game series with both McPherson and Saint Mary. Saint Mary—Tabor took three of four from the Spires Saturday and Sunday. Tabor swept Saturday’s home doubleheader, winning Game 1, 15-8, and making a strong statement from the beginning. Dustin Hurlbutt retired the […]

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Klein signs for softball at Park U.

Klein signs for softball at Park U.

Hillsboro High School senior Madison Klein signed a letter of intent April 22 to play softball next year for Park University in Parkville, Mo. Seated with her are parents, Todd and Kim Klein; behind them are Steve Tingle, Park assistant coach, and Stephanie Sinclair, HHS head coach. As a junior, Klein was selected for the Class 1-2A first-team as a […]

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Miller signs with Tabor for football

Miller signs with Tabor for football

Hillsboro High School senior Kentrell Miller signed a letter of intent April 22 to play football for Tabor College. Seated with him is his father, Steven Miller, an assistant football coach at Tabor; behind them are HHS assistant coaches Robert Haude and Darrel Knoll, Tabor head coach Mike Gardner, HHS head coach Lance Sawyer and HHS assistant coach Scott O’Hare. […]

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Jays win 4 to end regular season, finish fourth in KCAC campaign

The Tabor College softball team wrapped up the regular season with a pair of wins over Central Chris­tian Saturday on Senior Day. “We made more pitching changes and things than I had planned,” coach Suzanne Unruh said. “It didn’t work out as planned, but we still came up with some wins, just with some clutch hits and some base plays […]

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TC tennis loses two

The Tabor College tennis teams suffered 4-5 losses to Ottawa Monday in games rescheduled from Saturday. For the men, Harry Faber won in No. 2 singles, and Aram Najar earned a win in No. 5 singles. Tabor’s other two wins were by default. Jessica Emoto picked up a win for the women in No. 1 singles, and Kiana Fujioka won […]

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Tabor track team competes at Baker

The Tabor College track and field team competed at the Zach Kindler Wildcat Open at Baker Saturday. Coach Dave Kroeker said rain hampered the Bluejays’ performances for the outing. Caleb Blue highlighted the men’s performances by winning the 200 (22.44 seconds), while Tyler Entz placed third in the high jump (6-0). For the women, the 4×100 relay team led the […]

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Bluejays host invitational meet

Bluejays host invitational meet

Ashton Kroeker shows the form that led to a fourth-place finish in the triple jump (35-91⁄2) Saturday at the Tabor Invitational. Kroeker was also a member of the third-place 4×400 relay (4:17.34). She placed ninth in the high jump (5-1). Phyllis Richert Photo The Tabor College track and field team hosted an invitational meet Saturday. Headlining the list of top-10 […]

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Emily Sechrist will run for OBU

Emily Sechrist will run for OBU

Hillsboro High School senior Emily Sechrist signed a letter of intent April 13 to compete in cross country and track and field next year at Okla­homa Baptist University in Shawnee. Seated with her are parents Joe and Brenda Sechrist; standing are Dennis Boldt (left), track and field coach, and Stuart Holmes, cross-county coach. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press Hillsboro High […]

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Tabor tennis 0-4 in KCAC last week

The Tabor College tennis teams went 0-4 against McPherson and Southwestern last week. Southwestern—Both Tabor teams lost by the same score Thursday, 5-4. For the men, Luis Navarrete picked up a win in No. 1 singles and won in No. 1 doubles with partner Harry Faber. Aram Najar won his No. 6 singles match and joined Jeff Pritchard to earn […]

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Tabor plans athletic Spring Showcase

Tabor College will offer its athletic Spring Showcase featuring several sports teams, food and a fun from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday April 25, at various campus facilities. The event will showcase football as well as the men’s and women’s soccer teams, which have been having spring workouts. The baseball and softball teams will be playing their last regular-season […]

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