Category: Sports

Tabor secures two walk-off wins

Tabor secures two walk-off wins

The Bluejays celebrate after Devon Fisk-Aguilar (left) hit a walk-off RBI single to give Tabor a 3-2 victory in Game 1 against Mid-America Christian Saturday. Tabor followed with a second walk-off win in Game 2. In the Bluejays’ 4-3 win, Araselly Vargas hit an RBI single to give Tabor the walk-off victory in the eighth inning. The Tabor College softball […]

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3 Bluejays earn NAIA accolades

Lance Carter, Julian Winton and Tena Loewen have received recognition on their respective men’s and women’s NAIA Division II All-America basketball teams as announced last week. Carter, a senior, represents Tabor’s 25-10 men’s team as one of 10 members of the All-America First Team. Carter led the Bluejays in scoring (19 points per game), rebounds (7.9 per game) and assists (a […]

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Bluejays lose two games to Friends

The Tabor College baseball team lost a three-game series to Friends, two games to one Friday and Saturday. Tabor moves to 6-3 in KCAC play, 20-7 overall. The Bluejays won Friday’s nine-inning game, 3-0. Jagger Harjo (5-0) went the distance on the mound, throwing a four-hit shutout to earn the pitching win. He walked two batters and struck out three. […]

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Four Trojans feted by CKL coaches

Central Kansas League coaches recognized four members of the state-qualifying boys’ team and three players from the girls’ team for all-league honors. For the boys, who finished in a tie for third in the CKL with a 7-3 record and compiled a 17-7 record for the season, sophomore Darian Ratzlaff was a unanimous for the first team, junior Elias Werth […]

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Windle, Horner qualify for nationals

The Tabor College track and field team kicked off the outdoor season at Southwestern Thursday, highlighting the meet with three national-qualifying performances. Alyssa Windle recorded qualifying marks in two events. She won the shot put with a throw of 44 feet, 21⁄2 inches and placed second in the discus (140-8). Amy Horner qualified in the triple jump with a first-place […]

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In sports, fairytale endings are usually that: fairytales

Sports fans are all too familiar with the “thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.” Our local basketball teams are a case in point. The ongoing success of Tabor College men’s and women’s basketball is remarkable. If dynasty isn’t the right term, try juggernaut. Both teams annually continue to win either the conference or KCAC post-season tournament. The fact […]

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Emoto, Filanchuk on preseason teams

Jessica Emoto and Illia Filanchuk represent Tabor College on their respective women’s and men’s preseason tennis teams as announced by the KCAC last week. Emoto is a returning first-team selection and is one of seven athletes on the 2017 preseason women’s team. She was a unanimous KCAC Most Valuable Player selection a year ago and was also named Scholar Athlete […]

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12 athletes feted by WSL coaches

Twelve athletes from Canton-Galva, Centre, Goessel and Peabody-Burns have received all-league recognition from Wheat State League coaches. Canton-Galva—Three Eagles have received recognition. Representing the 10-12 girls’ team, senior Kelli Nightingale and freshman Emma Ruddle were named to the first team. Senior Hunter Pearson represents the 4-17 boys’ team as an honorable mention selection. Centre—Four Cougars were recognized. For the 12-10 […]

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Five HWC wrestlers qualify for state

Five of the six members of the Hillsboro Wrestling Club who participated Saturday in the USA Wrest­ling Kansas District 3 Cham­pionship Tournament in Junction City qualified for the state tournament by finishing among the top four in their respective divisions. Sutton Redger won the 8 & Under (110 pounds) division with a 3-0 record. Camden Padgett won the 12 & […]

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Tabor tennis team loses two to Barton

The Tabor College tennis teams lost to Barton Community Thursday. The men competed without Angel Miguel, forfeiting both a singles and a doubles match, and lost 6-3. The women lost, 8-1, competing without Heidi Klaassen and Kiana Fujioka. Coach John Ruder said Barton’s women’s team is much improved. Mandi Hiett secured Tabor’s only win at No. 5 singles. Coming—Tabor will […]

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