Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 27 February 2008 10:50Centre—Behind 16 points from Shelby Deines and 10 from Carlye Simons, the Cougars defeated Elyria 42-34 in the regular season finale Feb. 19.
Centre cruised to a 26-16 first-half lead and matched Elyria shot for shot the rest of the way.
Goessel—The Bluebirds wrecked Hamilton 49-24 Feb. 19 in Goessel.
KatieFlaming scored 14 points and Aspen Frey scored six of her nine pointsin a first quarter that tilted 24-3 in Goessel’s favor.
With the game well out of reach, Hamilton outscored Goessel 11-4 during the fourth quarter.
Goessel’sseason ended Friday against White City. The Huskies defeated Goessel38-25 behind 19 points from Kacey Kasten. Aspen Frey scored 11 for theBluebirds.
Peabody-Burns—Jessica Gillet scored six of...
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 27 February 2008 10:45
Breanna Wray, a junior from Walsh, Colo., and Tasia Johnson, a sophomore from Dallas, Texas, will represent Tabor College at the NAIA Indoor National Track and Field Meet on March 6-8 in Johnson City, Tenn.
Wray qualified in the 20-pound weight throw with a throw of 50 feet Feb. 23 at the Kansas State Open.
Johnson qualified in both the 60- and 200-meter dashes. She ran her 60-meter time Feb. 23 at Kearney State and her 200-meter qualifying time Feb. 22 at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Johnson’s times were 7.82 in the 60 and 25.8 in the 200.
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 27 February 2008 10:40
Corissa Bartel, a senior on this season’s league champion, 31-6 volleyball team at Hillsboro High School, signed a letter of intent Feb. 8 to participate in volleyball at Tabor College this fall. Seated with her are her parents, Daryl and Darlene Bartel. Standing behind her are Sandy Arnold, HHS head coach, and Amy Ratzlaff, Tabor College head coach.
Written by Hillsboro Free Press Wednesday, 27 February 2008 10:28
Michael Scheele, starting lineman for the 6-5 bi-district champion Hillsboro High football team, signed a letter of intent Friday to play football at Tabor College next season. Seated with him are his parents, Richard and Barbara Scheele. Standing behind them are Len Coreyea, HHS head coach, Mike Gottsch, Tabor head coach, and brothers Adam and Eric Scheele.
Written by Andrew Ottoson Wednesday, 20 February 2008 09:52The Tabor College men defeated Bethel College 60-52 in Newton Saturday. It was Tabor’s second win of the season against the Threshers.
Combined with the 58-57 Valentine’s Day upset of Southwestern in Hillsboro, the rivalry win evened up the team’s conference record.Bethel
After Tabor took a 14-6 lead 6:09 into the first half, Bethel rallied to take a 22-20 advantage. A field goal by Kyle Kroeker knotted it 4:38 before the half expired.
Then Mike Rousell got a hand on a pass, setting up a steal by Kyle de Blonk. De Blonk sent a lead pass to Rousell, who finished the fast break with a 1-handed dunk.
Tabor at that point had a 24-22 lead, but entered intermission tied with the Threshers 25-25.
Zach Vanselow dominated the...
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