Category: Breaking News

Hillsboro boys fall to Marion in consolation matchup

Struggling to find their focus and intensity, Hillsboro boys followed their overtime loss to state-ranked Thomas More Prep on Tuesday with a 59-49 loss tot he Marion Warriors in the consolation round of the Trojan Classic on Thursday afternoon. The two teams battled through three quarters pretty much at a standoff. The game was tied at 18 after one quarter […]

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USD 410 boosts support for PAT program

The Unified School District 410 Board of Education made decisions at its Monday, Jan. 14, meeting to help support the Parents As Teachers program of Marion County. The board agreed 6-0 to authorize the county PAT program to request additional funding from the Kansas Department of Education, and to provide matching funds if for the current school year if the KDE […]

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Hillsboro teams split Trojan Classic openers

The Hillsboro boys and girls split their debut games in the Trojan Classic on Tuesday night. The boys took the court first and played a strong game against a talented Thomas More Prep squad before falling in overtime, 78-75. The lead shifted back and forth throughout the game and the contest was tied at 66 at the end of regulation. […]

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Southwestern sweeps Tabor

A 27-point night by Jenna Wilson proved too much for the Tabor women to handle in Saturday's 72-66 road loss to the Moundbuilders. A well-rounded effort by the Southwestern men put Tabor on the low end of a 46-29 score following a very physical first half. Late in the first half, Andrew Schroeter came off the bench and provided a […]

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Marion boys edge Hoisington 61-58; girls win 54-52 in OT

The Marion High School girls basketball team outscored Hoisington
7-5 in the extra session of Friday's 54-52 overtime win. Not to be
outdone, the Warrior boys topped Hoisington 61-58.

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Hillsboro sweeps Ellinwood

The Hillsboro girls and boys made the long trip to Ellinwood worthwhile Friday night, taking a pair of league wins from the Eagles. The Trojan girls started the evening with a 44-25 victory. HHS led 8-6 after one quarter, then bumped the lead to 17-10 by halftime. But the third quarter proved to be pivotal as the Trojans outscored the […]

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La Cabana reopens with ‘no problems’

La Cabana reopened Wednesday, Jan. 10, after temporarily being closed due to paperwork errors. Owner Atanacio Nieto said the restaurant wasn?t forced to close on Monday and Tuesday, but chose to do so in order to get its paperwork in order. ?I didn?t have all my paperwork for 2008 and I thought you had 30 days to turn it into […]

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Hillsboro drops make-up games to Nickerson

The Hillsboro boys and girls both lost their non-league games at Nickerson Monday night in a make-up date originally scheduled for Dec. 14. In the girls? contest, Nicker?son (5-2) prevailed 40-24. The Panthers led 14-9 after one quarter, 23-16 at the half and 29-20 after three quarters. The Trojans, who committed 24 turnovers, were led in scoring by Amy Neufeld […]

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Tabor men even up at Classic with 79-72 win

The Tabor College men?s basketball team used 22 points by Aaron
Whitelaw to knock off the Missouri Baptist Spartans 79-72 Saturday. The Bluejays went 1-1 during the 2-game Golden Heritage Foods Holiday Classic, having lost to the Savannah College of Art and Design Bees 76-70 Friday.

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Marion boys win at the wire, 59-56

For the second time in as many nights, a Marion High School boys
basketball game was decided by a 3-point shot at the last second. Fortunately
for the Warriors, the ball found its way into Justin Heidebrecht?s
hands at the pivotal moment, and Heidebrecht?s shot gave the Marion boys a
59-56 win over Lyons Saturday.? The Marion girls won their second straight game going away, drubbing the visiting Lions 51-23.

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