Category: Breaking News

Hillsboro takes two games from Hoisington

The Hillsboro High basketball teams got the post-holiday part of their season off to a great start, taking a pair of victories at Hoisington on Friday night (Jan. 4). The Trojan girls started the evening with a 40-31 win. Hillsboro led 10-8 after one quarter, thanks in part to eight points from Dakota Kaufman. By halftime, the Trojans were ahead […]

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Marion girls trounce Ellinwood 58-36; boys daggered at last second

Sometimes it takes a perfect shot to win, and on Friday night the
Ellinwood Eagles came into Marion and made their last chance count, snatching a 59-58 win away from the Warrior boys at the last possible second.
The girls clobbered Ellinwood 58-36 in the early game
behind 26 points from Julia Zeiner.

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Trojans sweep Halstead to start holiday break

The Hillsboro High basketball teams started their holiday break with the gift they were wishing for — a pair of wins over Halstead Friday night (Dec. 21) at Brown Gymnasium. In the girls? game, Hillsboro prevailed 41-30. The Trojans led 10-8 after one quarter, then inched ahead by six, 19-13, by intermission. The third quarter proved to be pivotal as […]

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Collegiate runs past Trojan girls and boys

The highly regarded Wichita Collegiate Spartans came into Brown Gymnasium Tuesday night (Dec. 18) and used their quickness and depth to leave with a pair of decisive victories. In the girls? game, the Spartans used full-court pressure and 21 points from Ashia Woods to establish a 40-14 halftime lead before coasting to a 59-34 final tally. To their credit, the […]

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Red Cross opens a shelter in Lincolnville

The Red Cross has opened a shelter at the Lincolnville Community Center, 213 W. 6th, Lincolnville, for anyone needing a place to stay. It has heat, water, electricity and cots. No bedding or food is available at this time. For questions, call the Lincolnville Community Center 620-924-5613

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USD 410 board OKs interlocal agreement with Tabor

Unified School District 410 Board of Education approved a resolution Monday authorizing the district to enter into an interlocal agreement with Tabor College regarding acquiring and constructing the athletic facility. Superintendent Doug Huxman said the next steps include approval by the executive commitee of the college?s board of directors and submission to the Kansas attorney general. Huxman added that although […]

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WEATHER THREAT PROMPTS CONCERT POSTPONEMENT

The threat of a severe winter ice storm moving into the area for Monday night (Dec. 3) has prompted the postponement of the Tabor College Community Chorale and Handbell Choir concert. It will be rescheduled for January, with a new date and time to be announced later.

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Hot Hillsboro sweeps games in Cardinal Classic finale

The Hillsboro High School basketball teams played some pretty hot basketball on a day when it was cold and slippery outside. The Trojan girls and boys won their respective games by comfortable margins in the final round of the Cardinal Classic at Cheney on Saturday (Dec. 7) . The Trojan girls raced to an 18-3 lead after one quarter and […]

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Tabor teams sweep Saint Mary

The Tabor College basketball teams each garnered its second win of the
conference season Thursday night in Hillsboro. The Bluejay men trounced
the Spires 80-61 after the women whacked the visitors 73-43. The men
put five players in double-digits, and the women were led by 23 points
from Stacie Herman.

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Cheney sweeps Hillsboro on Tuesday night

Hillsboro dropped both games against Cheney in the second round of Cardinal Classic pool play Tuesday at Brown Gymnasium. The Trojan girls led Cheney 15-14 at halftime, but the tempo of the game picked up in the third quarter as the Cardinals built a 28-19 lead in the first 5:00 of the period. To their credit, the Trojans battled back, […]

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