Articles By: Janae Rempel

Tabor men 6th at Missouri Southern

The Tabor cross-country teams competed at the Missouri Southern Stampede Saturday, where the men placed sixth in a field of 16. Only four Tabor women ran, so Tabor did not compete as a team. ?The men?s and women?s teams had the best opening 8-k and 5-k of the season since I have been coaching at Tabor,? coach Dan Swaney said. […]

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Tabor overpowers Spires, 45-16

Tabor overpowers Spires, 45-16

Cody Coleman (28) rushes for a first down behind the blocking of James Monroe (25) and Tyler Davis (10) during Tabor's first drive of the game against University of St. Mary. Tabor won, 45-16. The Tabor football team earned its first conference victory of the season in convincing fashion Saturday night, defeating visiting University of St. Mary, 45-16. Tabor held […]

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Marion edges Centre for title

Marion edges Centre for title

Marion?s Kelli Hess (1) attacks the net as Centre?s Makenzie Deines prepares to block during pool play at the Centre Invitational Saturday. Marion defeated Centre 25-23, 25-14 and won the tournament by defeating Centre a second time in the championship game. The Marion volleyball team won the tournament championship at the Centre Invitational Saturday. Combined with a 21-25, 20-25 loss […]

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Warriors fall short at Sedgwick

Warriors fall short at Sedgwick

Marion?s James Jones (19) catches a pass from quarterback Taylor Heidebrecht on fourth down to move the chains during the first quarter at Sedgwick Friday. Jones finished with two receptions for 50 yards, including a third-quarter catch for Marion?s first score. The Warriors lost the game, 34-14. Marion was in reach of victory in Friday?s football game at Sedgwick, but […]

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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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