Category: Breaking News

DISTRICT 410, BRANDT REACH SETTLEMENT

Unified School District 410 reached a settlement last week with plaintiff Raymond Brandt, marking the end of a 16-month litigation process regarding the district?s athletic stadium project in partnership with Tabor College. Under the agreement, the district will pay Brandt $27,500 in lieu of his legal assurance that he will no longer challenge the bond election or the way the […]

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Tabor slides to 0-5 at Bethany

The Tabor College football team lost to Bethany 21-14 Saturday (Oct. 11) in Lindsborg. The Swedes took a 21-0 halftime lead on a pair of runs by quarterback Mark Margres and another by running back Sean Dahley. All told, Bethany put up 243 rushing yards. But the Bluejays rallied in the second half, scoring early on the first drive of […]

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Marion pounds Ellinwood 50-28

Marion made a crystal-clear statement early in Friday's (Oct. 10) victory over Ellinwood, striking paydirt 4:02 into the contest on a 12-yard end-around by Marc Washington and ramming in a 2-point conversion run by Sheldon Boone. That made it 8-0, and Marion cruised to a 50-28 win. The Warriors scored on a 40-plus yard fumble return by Eric Vogel, an […]

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Trojans fall to Cardinals, 28-21

Hoisington took advantage of its superior size on the offensive line to swing momentum its way in the second half and claim a 28-21 win over Hillsboro Friday night (Oct. 10) at Reimer Field. Hillsboro outplayed the visitors in the first half, taking a 7-0 lead on its second possession of the night. Quarterback Jacob Fish hooked up with wide […]

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Marion tops Hoisington 6-0

The Marion High School football team battled a high-powered Hoisington team to a standstill for three quarters Friday (Oct. 3), and broke through with the 6-0 gamewinner 1:22 into the fourth frame. Drew Maddox did the honors, capping off a drive that began at the Marion 20 after the Cardinals missed a field goal try late in the third quarter. […]

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Tabor thumped 58-6 by Friends

The Tabor College football team stopped Friends University only once in the first half, forcing and recovering a fumble to end the Falcons second drive Saturday. Trailing 7-0, the Bluejays marched 25 yards on seven plays?18 of which came on a thunderous run by fullback Seth Ramsey?but ended up stymied on the Friends 19. In came the field goal unit, […]

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Hillsboro beats Sterling with second-half rally

Hillsboro scored three unanswered touchdowns in the final quarter and half to pull out a 28-14 come-from-behind homecoming win over Sterling Friday night (Oct. 3) at Reimer Field. The Trojans got on the scoreboard first when Ishmael Morris scored from three yards out with 4:27 left in the first period. Jake Wiebe added the extra point for a 7-0 lead. […]

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Hillsboro humbles Lions, 35-7

Ishmael Morris scored three first-half touchdowns to pace the Hillsboro Trojans to a 35-7 win at Lyons on Friday night (Sept. 26). Daniel Jost actually started the scoring deluge for Hillsboro when quarterback Jacob Fish hit him in perfect stride on a long pass down the Lyons sideline. The 38-yard play came with 9:39 left in the opening quarter. When […]

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Marion snipes Sterling 14-0

The Marion High School football team shot down the Black Bears 14-0 Friday (Sept. 26) in Sterling. Sheldon Boone opened the scoring 2:39 into the second quarter on a 1-yard plunge and Mitchell Leppke capped the scoring minutes later, sprinting in with a 9-yard run with 2:57 left in the first half. Leppke then completed a 2-point conversion throw to […]

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USD 410 may move ahead with stadium project

Officials from Unified School District 410 said Friday the district may move ahead with the athletic stadium project in partnership with Tabor College if an Oct. 7 initial hearing in the appeal process goes as expected. District Judge Steven Hornbaker ruled in a summary judgment Aug. 19 that the lawsuit field by district patron Raymond Brandt to block the stadium […]

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