Category: Sports

Bluejay softball still leads KCAC

Entering the doubleheader against No. 24 Ottawa University on April 18, the Tabor College softball team had a three-game lead in the KCAC standings and a 13-game winning streak. The Bluejays won the first game, 3-2, but had its winning streak snapped in Game 2, 16-4. Tabor remains in first place in the conference with a two-game lead over Oklahoma […]

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HHS baseball loses lone game to Pratt

The Hillsboro baseball team jumped in front early in its game at Pratt on Friday, but the good start slipped away as quickly as it arrived in a 11-5 loss to the Green­backs. Hillsboro didn’t get a chance to avenge the loss, however, as Game 1 was called after five innings because of lightning; the second game of the scheduled […]

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Area High School Sports Roundup (April 25, 2018)

TRACK & FIELD ◼ Canton-Galva: The Eagle track and field team traveled to Fairfield Apr. 17 for a meet with Fairfield, Inman, Sedgwick and Little River. The boys and girls teams both placed fourth. The boys’ 4×400 relay, comprised of Chase Klinkerman, Landon Everett, Kinser Colgin and Jerry Bradbury brought home gold (3:51.74). Earning silver medals for second place were: […]

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Palic wins gold at Halstead invitational

Palic wins gold at Halstead invitational

Marion’s Colin Williams (2) runs to a seventh-place finish with a time of 4:58.06 in the 1600-meter run at the Conrad Nightingale track meet in Halstead on Friday. The Marion track and field team brought home one gold medal from Halstead’s Conrad Nightingale meet Friday. “We did some good things at this meet,” coach Grant Thierolf said. “We kept a […]

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TC women win first KCAC tennis title

With the last point of a 6-1, 6-0 match, Jessica Emoto, fittingly, put the final touches on the first KCAC women’s tennis championship for the Tabor College Bluejays. Emoto earned the fifth point of the dual, guaranteeing Tabor the win. The Bluejays ended up winning the dual, 9-0, to complete an 8-1 regular season. Tabor took a commanding 3-0 lead […]

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Warrior golf team competes

Warrior Golf, combining Marion and Peabody-Burns golfers, competed at Central Christian’s meet at Carey Park Monday, where teams played 15 holes as three were under construction. Devin Soyez led the Warriors by carding a 91 to place 29th. Max Caldwell also shot a 91, placing 30th. Rowen Fey shot a 100 (40th) and Christian Becker 123 (49th). As a team, […]

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Bluejay sweep keeps Tabor in KCAC baseball race

Bluejay sweep keeps Tabor in KCAC baseball race

Tabor College first baseman Cameron Pope puts the tag on a McPherson baserunner during a pick-off attempt, but not in time to record an out during the Bluejays’ 11-6 win in Game 1 of Tabor’s Friday doubleheader. Tabor went on to win the nightcap on Friday and then completed the three-game sweep on Sunday afternoon. The Tabor baseball team took […]

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TC softball streak reaches 13 games

With a 5-0 week, the Tabor College softball team has lengthened its consecutive win streak to 13 games and a two-game lead in the KCAC chase. The Bluejays capped the week by celebrating Senior Day on Friday with a doubleheader sweep of Sterling College at Hillsboro, 9-6 and 4-1. Seniors Emily Ingalls, Tristen Hall, Kelsey Jones, Raegan Ternes, Devon Fisk-Aguilar, […]

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HHS, MHS compete at Marion CKTL

HHS, MHS compete at Marion CKTL

Kaden Ward prepares to plant his pole on the way to clearing 12 feet to win the pole vault at Marion. Four Hillsboro Trojans competed Friday at the Shocker Pre-state at Wichita State University. Sienna Kaufman won the pole vault by clearing 9 feet, 6.25 inches in the Class 1A-3A division. Kaufman also placed sixth in long jump with a […]

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Palic, Dalrymple lead Marion boys at home meet

Tyler Palic highlighted Marion’s Central Kansas Track League meet Tues­day. Palic won the discus with a throw of 167 feet, 3 inches. He was second in the shot put (45-1.75). Noah Dalrymple turned in Marion’s only other top-three finish. He earned bronze in high jump (5-10). As a team, the boys finished fifth among a field of six with 32.5 […]

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