Category: Breaking News

Hastings College sweeps Tabor to complete Holiday Classic

The Tabor College basketball teams completed their Holiday Classic in less than a jovial mood on Saturday. The Tabor women got off to a slow start against a good-shooting Hastings team, but couldn’t sustain their comeback in the second half to suffer a 68-60 loss to the Broncos from Nebraska. The Tabor men confronted a similar scenario in their contest, […]

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Tabor splits games with Valley City State

Tabor splits games with Valley City State

The Tabor College basketball teams split their first Holiday Classic games with Valley City State Friday. The Bluejay women earned a 74-70 overtime victory, while the men suffered a 71-66 defeat. Taylor Deniston Women—In a matchup of nationally-ranked teams that seemed fit for the NAIA’s biggest stage, the 17th-ranked Bluejays earned a 74-70 overtime win over 19th-ranked Valley City State […]

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80th birthday reception for Paul Morse planned for Saturday, Dec. 30

Family and friends of Paul Morse are planning a reception to celebrate his 80th birthday with a reception and come-and-go open house beginning at 2:04 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 30, in the fellowship hall of Emmanuel Baptist Church, 229 Walnut, Marion. Paul Morse, son of Hattie and Earl Morse, grew up in Marion. He is a graduate of Marion High School […]

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Hillsboro and Marion win one, lose one before Christmas break

Marion and Hillsboro fans went home with the gift of a victory as well as a lump-of-coal defeat on the last basketball games before Christ­mas. The Marion and Hillsboro girls battled to the end before the Warriors claimed a 36-35 victory over the host Trojans on a basket by Marion’s Alli Molleker with 30 second left in the game. The […]

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DEATH: Todd Allen Schroeder, 53

Todd Allen Schroder, 53, owner-operator truck driver, died Dec. 12 at South Lake, Texas. Visitation is 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 19, at Elliott Mortuary and Crematory, Hutchinson. A memorial service will be in January, but no specific date is planned as yet. He was cremated. Memorials may be made to Victory Junction, and sent in care of […]

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Hillsboro girls win, boys lose at Southeast of Saline

Hillsboro’s basketball teams hit the road for a fifth straight game away from home, this time taking on the purple Trojans of Southeast of Saline. The maroon-clad Hillsboro Trojan girls got double-digit scoring from three players to fuel a 50-42 victory, their fourth consecutive win of the season. The Hillsboro boys, meanwhile, struggled to play cohesively and lost to the […]

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Marion splits games with Wichita Independent

Marion split a pair of games with Wichita Independent Friday in the HOA-CPL challenge in McPherson. The girls lost, 50-35, and the boys won, 59-49. Girls—The Marion girls suffered a 50-35 loss to Wichita Independent Friday in the HOA-CPL challenge in McPherson. The Warriors struggled to contain Lea Coccetella and Janell Douvier who together accounted for 35 of Independent’s points. […]

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Tabor women and men claim victories against Sterling on Tuesday

The Tabor College basketball teams completed their pre-Christmas schedule Tuesday night by giving their coaches and fans a pair of victories against Sterling College. Playing without Morgan Ediger, their floor leader and top scorer who sat out with a cast on her non-shooting wrist, her Tabor teammates stepped up to fill the void by posting a surprising 22-point halftime lead […]

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TC women lose to Bethany, TC men win big

The Tabor College women are no longer undefeated in the KCAC. Bethany, who came in with a 3-3 record in conference play, caught the Bluejays on an off night and pulled off a 51-50 upset in Hillsboro. The Tabor men, meanwhile, had no such problem with the Swedes. The Bluejays took a 45-38 halftime lead and pushed the pedal to […]

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Marion splits with Eureka to conclude Classic

Marion splits with Eureka to conclude Classic

The Marion basketball teams split games with Eureka in the final games of the Marion Classic Saturday. The girls won, 41-27, and the boys lost, 59-50. Courtney Herzet Girls—The Marion girls concluded play in the Marion Classic with a 41-27 victory over Eureka Saturday. Kourtney Hansen scored Marion’s first six points, and when Eureka made just one of four baskets […]

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