Category: Breaking News

Tabor earns 31-10 victory at Saint Mary

The 13th-ranked Tabor College football team earned a 31-10 road victory at the University of Saint Mary Saturday. Both offenses were slow in getting off the ground to start the game as the teams alternated eight consecutive punts in the first quarter. The only difference was a 79-yard punt return for a touchdown by Charles Beale, giving Tabor a 7-0 […]

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Marion dominates in homecoming shutout of Remington

Marion dominates in homecoming shutout of Remington

A host of Warriors, including Nathan Baldwin (59), Cade Harms (63), Peyton Heidebrecht (2) and Tyler Palic (58), tackle the Remington ballcarrier during the game’s opening drive. Marion defeated Remington, 48-0. Marion scored early and often in a 48-0 homecoming victory over Remington Friday. The Warriors dominated the line of scrimmage and gained a majority of yardage via the running […]

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Trojans come up short against Vikings, 36-16

Dominant line play by Smoky Valley during the first half put Hillsboro in a deficit the Trojans couldn’t overcome as the Vikings prevailed, 36-16, in their homecoming matchup Friday in Lindsborg. The Vikings set the tone early, shutting down Hills­boro’s opening possession in four plays, then marching 62 yards in 11 plays, climaxed by a 4-yard touchdown run by quarterback […]

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DEATH: Doris Mae Koehn, 81

Doris Mae Koehn, 81,died Sept. 19 at Hillsboro Community Hospital. The service is at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at Alexanderfeld Church of God In Christ Mennonite, one mile west and one mile south of Hillsboro. Visitation with the family will is from 6:30-8 p.m. Fri­day at the church. Memorials may be made to Gospel Tract and Bible Society and […]

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Tabor opens KCAC play with 44-25 win over Ottawa

Tabor opens KCAC play with 44-25 win over Ottawa

Dmitri Bowie tackles the Ottawa ballcarrier during the first half Saturday. The Tabor College football team put its first win of the 2016 season in the books with a 44-25 victory over Ottawa Saturday night. Tabor never trailed, and the Bluejays gained momentum offensively as the game went on. The Bluejays held a 7-0 lead at the first break, thanks […]

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Big second half propels Marion past Sedgwick, 44-21

Big second half propels Marion past Sedgwick, 44-21

Corbin Wheeler carries the ball during the first quarter at Sedgwick. Wheeler led all rushers with seven carries for 94 yards and two touchdowns in Marion’s 44-21 win. In a game that began with a lackluster first-half performance by Marion, the Warrior football team ended it in dominating fashion to enjoy a 44-21 victory over Sedgwick. Trailing 14-6 at halftime, […]

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State-ranked Hoisington shuts out Hillsboro, 41-0

To appreciate the growth of Hillsboro’s football team from one year ago is to do so by incremental improvements against one of the best teams in Class 3A. The Trojans lost 41-0 Friday to Hoi­sington, ranked No. 3 in 3A, at Joel Wiens Stadium. But one year earlier, the inexperienced Trojans lost 76-6, and trailed the Cardinals 56-0 by halftime. […]

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Hillsboro clipped by Kingman in overtime, 31-30, on Saturday

Elation turned to crushing disappointment in mere moments as Hills­­boro’s maturing football team lost a 31-30 overtime decision at Kingman in a game Satur­day afternoon that had been suspended some 18 hours earlier because of lightning. The feisty Trojans rallied from a 17-9 deficit early in a wild fourth quarter to build a 24-17 lead with 5:25 left to play. […]

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Marion rolls past Inman, 46-21, on stormy Friday night

Marion rolls past Inman, 46-21, on stormy Friday night

Jack Schneider The Marion football team improved to 2-0 on the season with a 46-21 victory over Inman on a stormy Friday night. As thunderstorms moved through the area, the opening kick-off was postponed around 45 minutes, and the game was delayed again during the third quarter because of lightning. Despite the weather, Marion secured a convincing win. The Warriors […]

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Hillsboro, Kingman football game postponed to Saturday

Persistent lightning forced a postponement of Hillsboro’s football game at Kingman Friday night. The Trojans had completed the game’s opening possession with a punt when officials stopped the game at the 9:54 mark of the first quarter. Following an extended delay for a weather break that never came, the game was rescheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at Kingman.

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