Articles By: Janae Rempel

Tabor cross country 2nd at Gold Classic

Tabor cross country 2nd at Gold Classic

Joel Allen led the Tabor men in the 6-kilometer race Saturday at the JK Gold Classic with a second-place finish in 19:31.70 among non-Division I schools. He missed first by just over 7 seconds. The Tabor men and women finished second of five schools in their respective races. The Tabor cross country teams competed Saturday at the JK Gold Classic, […]

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Bluejay volleyball enjoys 3-1 week

Bluejay volleyball enjoys 3-1 week

Tabor setter Hollister Wolf sets up the attack Tuesday against Southwestern. Wolf earned Player of the Week and Setter of the Week honors with 146 total assists, 61 digs, three ace serves and four kills over four games last week. A 3-1 week boosted the Tabor College volleyball to a 6-2 record for the season and a 1-0 start in […]

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Tabor men?s soccer wins two matches

The Tabor men?s soccer team won two matches last week to improve to 2-2 for the season, while the women dropped a match to fall to 1-2. Saint Gregory?s?The Tabor men defeated Saint Gregory?s University 2-1 Saturday. After Saint Gregory?s got on the board first with a goal at the 24:12 mark, Tabor?s Philipp Wahl answered with a goal at […]

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Tabor football defeats Nebraska Wesleyan, 10-9

The Tabor football team won their season-opener at Nebraska Wesleyan University Saturday by a 10-9 margin. The Bluejay defense held the Prairie Wolves to three field goals and prevented the home team from scoring late in the game after a Simon McKee pass was intercepted with Tabor clinging to a 10-9 advantage. The game began with a three-and-out for the […]

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Tabor soccer teams combine for a 1-3 start to the season

Tabor soccer teams combine for a 1-3 start to the season

Tabor?s Aram Najar is tripped up by a MidAmerica Nazarene defender in Friday?s home match. Tabor lost, 1-0. The Tabor College soccer teams had two opportunities to compete last week, first at home Tuesday against MidAmerica Nazarene and then on the road Friday at Mid-America Chris?tian at Oklahoma City. Men?After winning two scrimmages the week before, the Tabor men lost […]

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Bluejays picked as KCAC football title favorites

Bluejays picked as KCAC football title favorites

The 2013 Tabor College football roster includes these 23 seniors: front row (from left): Cody Godshall, Anthony Daniel, Roger Majica, Kalija Rogers, JP DeJesus, Terach Antoine, Corotey Seals; second row, Cordell Simmons, Zach Reed, Nick Solls, Tyler Davis, Jeremiah Alford, Jordan Moshier, David Myers; third row, Scott Bauer, Jordan Costas, James Monroe Jr., Nik France, Ozzie Orosco, Ryan Nelson, Mike […]

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New up-tempo offense will fuel Tabor?s volleyball team

New up-tempo offense will fuel Tabor?s volleyball team

Four seniors will anchor Tabor?s volleyball team this season: (from left)?Hollister Wolf, Jessie Vogts, Katie Kaufman, Amy Jo Maphet. The Tabor College volleyball team will debut a new offense this year after tying with Sterling for fourth place in the KCAC at 12-6 last season. Tabor, who was 18-10 last year, is ranked No. 2 in the coaches? preseason poll. […]

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Two national qualifiers pace Tabor cross-country teams

Two national qualifiers pace Tabor cross-country teams

Two national qualifiers pace Tabor cross-country teams With two national qualifiers returning for the 2013 season, the Tabor cross-country teams will seek to build on last year?s success under the direction of fifth-year coach Dan Swaney. Men?s team The Tabor men, having graduated only one of last season?s top five runners, should have an even faster season in an increasingly […]

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Sechrist will set the pace for Trojan cross-country runners

Sechrist will set the pace for Trojan cross-country runners

The Hillsboro High cross-country program, through smaller in numbers, will feature six letter-winners. For the boys, seniors J.D. Schmidt (left) and Avery Franz will run for individual honors this year while the girls return (from left) Morganne Hamm, Emily Sechrist, Karen Leihy and Mary Leihy. With a combined roster of eight athletes for his girls? and boys? teams, Hillsboro cross-country […]

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Experience could lead Warriors to ?very fun year?

Experience could lead Warriors to ?very fun year?

These seniors will provide a solid core for the Marion football team this season: front row (from left) Seth Snelling, Taylor Heidebrecht, Trevor Kruse, Caleb Williams, Sean Buchanan, Adam Janzen, Tyler Neufeld, Dylan Carpenter, John Nordquist; back row, Kyle Palic, Nick Meyer, Brandon French, James Jones, Morgan Wheeler, Grif Case, Brad Stone, Jacob Baldwin, Braden Fahey, Nathan Cyr, Zach Robson. […]

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