Category: Breaking News

Tabor passes Spires, will play at Bethel Friday

The Tabor College volleyball team got off to a slow start in the first game, but finished Tuesday's win over Saint Mary (20-25, 28-26, 25-17, 25-16) with a flourish. Saint Mary played nearly flawlessly at the outset, with nearly every Spires point ending in a hard-hit kill. Even so, Tabor led 10-7 on a kill by Gina Hullet . Saint […]

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Groundbreaking for new athletic facility planned for Saturday (Nov. 15)

Free admission, snacks and lots of give-aways are in store for the citizens of Hillsboro Saturday. The entire town is invited to Tabor College for the ?Anticipa?tion Party and Groundbreaking Ceremony? for the new Joel Wiens Stadium immediately following the football game against Kansas Wesleyan, which begins at 1:30 p.m. Admission to the game is free with the coupon clipped […]

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Tabor splits non-conference home openers

The Tabor College men's basketball team defeated Haskell Indian Nations Univ. 97-91 Monday night in Hillsboro. The victory marks two firsts for the Bluejays this season: first home game, and first win. The women's team did not fare quite as well, coming out on the short end of a 75-71 final score against Oklahoma Wesleyan. Brittany Roth led the women's […]

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Tabor defeats Mac 23-19

The Tabor College football team moved into a 3-way tie for seventh place by defeating McPherson 23-19 at Reimer Field Saturday. Led by 251 rushing yards and three touchdowns from Derek Washington, the Bluejays overcame three turnovers to secure coach Mike Gottsch's second consecutive conference win. After two quarters of spotty defense against the McPherson passing game, Tabor intercepted Bulldogs […]

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TC soccer playoffs schedules announced

With a 4-0 win over Friends Wednesday, the Tabor College women's soccer team secured fourth place in the conference as well as an opening-round home game to be played at 2 p.m. Friday (Nov. 7) in Hillsboro. Should they advance, the Bluejays would play Nov. 14 against top-seeded Kansas Wesleyan at Ottawa. The men's team finished sixth after Wednesday's 3-2 […]

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Hillsboro’s football season ends at Hutch Trinity

Mental breakdowns that turned into big plays proved to be the difference in Hutchinson Trinity?s 16-7 victory over Hills?boro in Tuesday?s bi-district playoff game. Hillsboro actually took the early lead by cashing in a breakdown by the Celtics. Isaac Leihy partially blocked a Trinity punt, giving the Trojans the ball at the Celtic 21-yard line with 2:45 to go in […]

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Nov. 4 Unofficial Election Results

Totals below reflect all 12 poll sites reporting as of 11:53 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4. Sheriff Lee Becker's write in campaign falls short by more than 1,000 votes. QUESTIONS Sales tax for jail??? ??? ??? Yes ? 1254 ? No ? 3932 Eliminate county intangibles tax??? Yes? 3000 ?? No? 1904 USD 410 representation plan??? Yes 1083 ?? No? 639 […]

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Tabor wins first of ’08, 32-29 at Southwestern

Behind four touchdown runs by Derek Washington and nearly flawless defense, the Tabor College football team defeated the Southwestern Moundbuilders in Winfield Saturday. Southwestern made it interesting on special teams, but with seven seconds left, veteran kicker Marcus Manny hammered home the winning field goal in Tabor's 32-29 win. Behind a pair of explosive runs by Washington?a 22-yarder and a […]

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Hillsboro volleyball season ends in state pool play

The Hillsboro High School volleyball team ended its Class 3A state tournment experience and the season on Friday, winning one match and losing two in pool play at the Bicentennial Center in Salina. In their opening match against second-seeded Garden Plain (37-3), Hillsboro looked tight and out of synch and lost in two games, 13-25 and 17-25. In the second […]

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Hillsboro advances to post-season with 22-21 OT win over Marion

The showdown at Reimer Field between closely matched rivals couldn?t have been much more dramatic. When the dust cleared, it was Hillsboro who escaped with a 22-21 overtime victory over Marion Thursday night on the strength of a 2-point conversion pass from quarterback Ben Gottsch to sophomore receiver Ben Bebermeyer. Marion had taken a 21-14 lead on the first possession […]

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