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Swedes, Coyotes beat Bluejays twice
Swedes, Coyotes beat Bluejays twice

Swedes, Coyotes beat Bluejays twice

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The Tabor College volleyball team lost Thursday to Bethany (12-30, 25-30, 16-30).

The Swedes grabbed the lead for good at 4-3 in the first game and limited the Bluejays to just 9 points the rest of the way.

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Bluejays slip to 1-5 with 30-14 loss to Spires

When it rains, it pours?and in a cold, blustery torrent at Saint Mary?s home away from home in Platt City, Mo., the Tabor College football team committed four crippling turnovers Saturday and lost to the Spires, 30-14.

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Kleinsasser runs 8th at NAIA Mid-States race

Tabor College freshman Liz Kleinsasser placed eighth among 210 finishers Saturday at the NAIA Mid-States Classic at Southwestern.

Kleinsasser turned in a personal-record-tying 5-kilometer time of 19 minutes, 16 seconds and led the Bluejays to 14th place among 31 competing teams.

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Bluejays win 2, tie for 3rd

The Tabor College volleyball team defeated two conference opponents, ran its overall record to 14-10 and leapfrogged into a tie for third place in the KCAC standings last week.

Having edged out McPherson (33-31, 30-26, 24-30, 30-27), Tabor hammered Friends (30-25, 29-31, 30-16, 30-25) on Thursday.

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Swede-ish ‘D’ slows Bluejays, staves off late rally 29-27
Swede-ish ‘D’ slows Bluejays, staves off late rally 29-27

Swede-ish ‘D’ slows Bluejays, staves off late rally 29-27

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RIGHT: The Bluejay defense swarms around Sean Dahley on Saturday in the middle of Tabor?s bid for a fourth-quarter comeback. ABOVE LEFT: Demetrius Cox runs through a defender?s tackle.? After trailing 19-7 at halftime, Tabor rallied to take a 20-19 lead. But the Swedes refused to go down, bouncing back for a 29-27 win in Hillsboro. Free Press photos by Andrew Ottoson

Football is a game for playmakers, and Tabor came up one play short of securing first conference win under head coach Mike Gottsch this week.

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TC Soccer teams stay the course
TC Soccer teams stay the course

TC Soccer teams stay the course

TCmenSoccerPA033674.jpg Click to buy this and similar photos Andy Adrian vies for the ball against two Southwestern defenders last Wednesday. Building on Wednesday?s a 3-1 win over Southwestern, the Tabor College men?s soccer team trounced Bethany 7-2 on Saturday. Adrian notched three assists against Bethany and has tallied a total of two goals and four assists in 10 games so […]

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TC whacks Builders, Warriors to set up KCAC stretch run

The Tabor College volleyball team closed the book on the first half of its conference season by defeating Southwestern (30-17, 30-22, 30-17) and improving its record to 6-3.

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Tabor signs 2-sport athlete Hullet for b-ball and v-ball

Abilene High School senior Gina Hullet has signed letters of intent to play basketball and volleyball next year for Tabor College.

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TC women run 2nd, men run 3rd at Mac

Liz Kleinsasser again led the Tabor College women?s cross-country team to a second-place finish with 48 points at the McPherson Bulldog Invitational on Saturday.

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Falcons thrash Bluejays with turnover help
Falcons thrash Bluejays with turnover help

Falcons thrash Bluejays with turnover help

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Tabor linebacker Clayton Kessler closes in on Friends quarterback Chris Randolph. While Randolph got rid of the ball in time to avoid the sack on this play, Kessler led the Bluejays with two tackles for loss. Andrew Ottoson / Free Press.

Friends University celebrated homecoming with a 53-point victory over Tabor College Satur?day night.

The Falcons came into the game ranked 21st in the NAIA, having fallen from 12th after a 26-21 loss at Bethany two weeks ago. Restoring their rank appeared to be a high priority as the Falcons outscored the Bluejays 66-13.

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