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Tabor defeats Bethany, Sterling

Tabor defeats Bethany, Sterling

Tonisha Dean scores early in the first half at Sterling. Dean led all scorers with 20 points in Tabor’s 76-68 win. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College women’s basketball team used a big first-half performance to gain a 76-68 victory on the road at Sterling Saturday. The Bluejays shot a blistering 68 percent from the field in the […]

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Jays lose in overtime at Sterling

Jays lose in overtime at Sterling

John Jedneak draws a foul during the second half at Sterling. He made both free-throw attempts. Jedneak had a double-double performance with 10 points and 10 rebounds in Tabor’s 100-96 overtime loss. Janae Rempel / Free Press Victory was elusive for the Tabor College men’s basketball team in a 100-96 overtime loss at Sterling Saturday. Both teams shot the ball […]

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Tabor men win twice in OT

Tabor men win twice in OT

Malik Brooks shoots for three at Bethel Thursday. Brooks made four threes, including the tying basket at the end of regulation, and was Tabor’s leading scorer in an 86-80 overtime win. Saturday, Brooks led all scorers with 18 points in Tabor’s 72-69 overtime win over the Coyotes. Janae Rempel / Free Press Having won in overtime two evenings prior, the […]

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Jays defeat Coyotes in double OT

Jays defeat Coyotes in double OT

Tonisha Dean shoots for two during the second half against Kansas Wesleyan Saturday. Dean led all scorers with 31 points in Tabor’s double-overtime, 82-73, victory. Janae Rempel / Free Press In a battle between two of three KCAC-leading teams, the Tabor College women’s basketball team maintained a share of first place with an 82-73 victory over Kansas Wesleyan in double […]

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Tabor swimmers compete at NWU

The Tabor College swim teams competed at Nebraska Wesleyan Friday and Saturday in a battle of first-year programs. “We swam very well considering the last two weeks of practice have been pretty draining,” coach Nate Duell said. On Friday, the women lost a dual to the Prairie Wolves, 96-74. The Bluejays were aided by first-place finishes in the 200-yard medley relay, […]

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Bluejay men split games in Tabor Classic

Bluejay men split games in Tabor Classic

Andrew Thomas dunks the ball during the first half against Missouri Valley Saturday. Thomas scored 13 points in Tabor’s 76-54 loss. He contributed 10 points and 12 rebounds in Tabor’s 86-75 win over Culver-Stockton Friday. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College men’s basketball team lost its final game of the Tabor Classic in a 76-54 loss to NAIA […]

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Tabor women drop first two games of 2015

Tabor women drop first two games of 2015

Mallory Zuercher drives into the lane and looks to score during the second half against Doane Friday. Zuercher led Tabor with 12 points in the Bluejays’ 52-43 loss. Tabor followed with a 47-43 loss to Benedictine Saturday. Janae Rempel / Free Press Once again facing an uphill battle on offense, the Tabor College women endured their second loss of the […]

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17 Bluejay athletes named NAIA scholars

Seventeen Tabor College athletes have received recognition as 2014 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes for the fall season. Nominees must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 and must be at least an academic junior. Cross-country runners receiving recognition are seniors Joel Allen, Garrett Daugherty, Hannah Holmes and Jessica Vix, and junior Allie Jost. Representing the football team among 28 KCAC athletes honored are […]

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NAIA gives TC character five stars

Tabor College has been selected as a five-star NAIA Champions of Character award winner. Each school earned points in five categories: character training, conduct in competition, academic focus, character recognition and character promotion. Points were also given for student-athlete grade point averages and for not having any ejections during competition. Tabor earned 61 points and is one of eight KCAC […]

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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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