Articles By: Janae Rempel

Tabor tips MidAmerica

Tabor tips MidAmerica

Tabor?s Brandon Johnson extends the stiff arm against MidAmerica?s Donte Wade. Johnson carried the ball seven times, netting 12 yards on the night in Tabor?s 21-13 victory over the 10th-ranked Pioneers Saturday night. What does it take to defeat the 10th-ranked football team in the NAIA?? The 17th-ranked Tabor College Bluejays showed how it could be done Satur?day night, using […]

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Tabor volleyball goes 4-1 for week

Tabor volleyball goes 4-1 for week

Jessie Vogts (6) and Katie Kaufman (12) attempt a block at Bethel Wednesday night. Tabor College volleyball earned four wins and one loss last week to improve to 3-0 in the KCAC and 10-3 overall. KW Invitational?Tabor went 3-1 Friday and Satur?day at the Kansas Wesleyan Invitational in Salina. The Bluejays opened Friday with a 3-0 loss to 24th-ranked Wayland […]

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Three Warriors medal at Hesston meet

Seven Marion cross-country runners competed Thursday at the Swather Special in Hesston. ?There were almost 900 runners at the meet yesterday, and there was great competition,? coach Rebecca Hofer said. ?There were 50 high school teams from all over the state and from different sized schools, 1A to 6A, teams we don?t see anywhere but the Hesston meet. ?I am […]

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Bluejay soccer blanks York College

After splitting two games at Avila University earlier in the week, both Tabor soccer teams blanked York College at home Friday. With the wins, the men improved to 4-2 while the women improved to 2-3. York?Both Tabor soccer teams recorded shutouts Friday over York. The Tabor men won, 8-0, while the women won, 3-0. The Tabor men scored four goals […]

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Tabor defeats 10th-ranked MidAmerica Nazarene, 21-13

What does it take to defeat the 10th-ranked football team in the NAIA?? The Tabor Bluejays?who entered Saturday?s game against MidAmerica Nazarene as the 17th-ranked team?showed how it could be done, using an overpowering rushing game and tough defensive effort to defeat the 10th-ranked Pioneers, 21-13. Tabor pounded out 325 yards on the ground, led by senior running back James […]

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Marion football falls to Sedgwick, 34-14

Friday?s football game was within Marion?s reach, but the Warriors couldn?t close the deal. Trailing 14-0 at halftime, Marion used a strong third quarter to tie the game with two unanswered touchdowns, but missed opportunities and turnovers gave the Cardinals the upper hand and contributed to an eventual 34-14 Sedgwick victory. After Marion went three-and-out to start the game, the […]

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Marion runs past Ell-Saline

Marion runs past Ell-Saline

Marion?s Caleb Williams looks for running room around the left side during the Warriors? 35-6 victory over Ell-Saline Friday. Marion finished with 236 yards rushing compared to 175 for Ell-Saline. Through the air, Marion out-passed Ell-Saline, 126-37. It may have been messy at times, but the Marion football team got the job done Friday, defeating the visiting Ell-Saline Cardinals, 35-6. […]

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MHS volleyball splits 2 at Smoky Valley

MHS volleyball splits 2 at Smoky Valley

Marion?s Kirsten Hansen and Shayla Kline attempt a block during the Warriors? first set against Smoky Valley Tues?day. Marion won, 25-23, and went on to win the game in three sets. The Marion volleyball team opened the 2013 season by splitting two games at the Smoky Valley Triangular Tuesday. The Warriors defeated the host team, then lost to Hoisington. Marion […]

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Marion cross country opens season

The Marion cross country team opened the 2013 season at Abilene Thursday. ?It was a great day for a cross-country race,? coach Rebecca Hofer said. ?It was hot, but not unbearable, and I felt everyone ran well for our first meet.? Timothy Knolla led the Warrior boys in the 5-kilometer?race with a 10th-place finish in 19 minutes, 57.1 seconds. Also […]

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Defense leads Bluejays past Nebraska Wesleyan

Defense leads Bluejays past Nebraska Wesleyan

JP DeJesus (1) and the Tabor defense prepare to make a play during Saturday?s football game at Nebraska Wesleyan. Tabor?s defense was on the field for more than 80 plays and did not give up a touchdown in Tabor?s 10-9 victory. Tabor College, ranked 17th in the NAIA preseason poll, won its football season-opener Saturday against a Nebraska Wesleyan Univer?sity […]

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