Articles By: Janae Rempel

TC women drop to Southwestern in semifinal game

The No. 2 Tabor women hosted No. 3 Southwestern Saturday night, and the home team struggled getting shots to fall and came up on the short side of a 57-46 score. The game began much the same way as the teams? last meeting in Winfield Feb. 7, with the Moundbuilders jumping to a 9-0 lead before Tabor got on the […]

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TC splits quarterfinal games; men drop to Ottawa, women win

Tabor hosted two quarterfinal matchups against Ottawa Friday night. The No. 2 seeded Tabor men opened play and dropped a 69-53 contest to No. 7 Ottawa. The No. 2 Tabor women followed with a 44-35 victory over No. 7 Ottawa. MEN ? The Tabor men couldn?t get things going Friday night and while the Bluejays were within five at the […]

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KCAC quarterfinal games postponed, Tabor to open play Friday

All KCAC quarterfinal games originally scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday have been postponed due to inclement weather, meaning both Tabor teams will now face Ottawa at home Friday. The No. 2 Tabor men (15-12, 14-4) will open play Friday with a 6 p.m. tipoff against No. 7 Ottawa (9-19, 6-12). The Tabor women (19-9, 15-3), also seeded No. 2, will […]

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MHS girls fall to Hutch Trinity, boys snap losing streak with win

The Marion Warriors split their games against Hutchinson Trinity Tuesday night, with the girls dropping a 44-25 contest and the boys picking up a 54-38 win. GIRLS ? Once again, the Marion girls stumbled out of the gate, and despite a third-quarter rally, could not overcome a 19-point deficit when time expired. The teams traded scores to open the game, […]

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Tabor sweeps Kansas Wesleyan

Both Tabor basketball teams earned wins Saturday at Kansas Wesleyan. The women defeated the Coyotes 81-77 and improved to 15-3 in the KCAC, 19-9 overall, while the men edged Kansas Wesleyan 84-79 and improved to 14-4, 15-12. WOMEN ? Tabor found its spark at the end of the first half Saturday night and held on in a tight battle down […]

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Warriors drop road games at Bennington

After suffering two losses to Bennington on homecoming night a week prior, Marion went on the road looking for a different outcome, but it was not to be. The girls dropped, 51-42, to the Bulldogs, while the boys fell, 67-55. GIRLS ?Marion showed improved penetration in the lane Friday night and rallied to within two points of Bennington in the […]

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TC splits games against Friends

Tabor split their games with Friends Thursday night. The women were unable to hold off a 42-34 Falcon victory and dropped to 14-3 in the KCAC, 18-9 overall, while the men defeated Friends by three, 59-56, and improved to 13-4, 14-12. WOMEN ? The Bluejay offense struggled to get shots to fall in Thursday?s 42-34 loss to new KCAC leader […]

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Marion girls defeat Inman, boys fall in double OT

The Marion teams split their games with Inman Tuesday night. The girls won by three, 34-31, while the boys dropped a heartbreaker in double-overtime, 56-54. GIRLS ? The Warriors kept pace with the visiting Teutons Tuesday, despite facing some height on the Inman squad and playing without starter Kelli Hess, who coach Kelly Robson said missed the game because of […]

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Tabor sweeps Saint Mary at home

The Bluejays recorded two big wins over the University of Saint Mary Saturday on senior night. The women defeated Saint Mary 61-55 and improved to 14-2 in the KCAC, 18-8 overall to remain locked with Friends for first in the conference, and the men defeated the KCAC-leading Spires, 77-75, and improved to 12-4, 13-12. WOMEN ? Improved execution on offense […]

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Warriors drop games to Bennington

It wasn?t a fairytale ending for Marion on homecoming night, as both Warrior basketball teams dropped Friday?s games to Bennington. The girls fell by a score of 57-45, while the boys dropped a 52-41 contest to the Bulldogs. GIRLS ? Marion once again struggled to get a good start in Friday?s game, scoring only two baskets in the first quarter […]

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