Category: Sports

Area Cross Country Roundup (Week of Oct. 3, 2007)

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Aaron Topham led the Warrior boys to a first place finish in a field with Class 3A and
4A competitors Thursday at Hal?stead.

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Area Volleyball Roundup (Week of Oct 3, 2007)

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The Warriors visited Wichita Trinity Sept. 27, defeating Chase County (23-25, 25-14, 25-8) before losing to the hosts (23-25, 15-25).

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HRC sponsors open gym

The Hillsboro Recreation Commission will be sponsoring the final three open-gym dates for volleyball from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7, 14 and 21. The open gym is for adult players who would like to get back in the swing of things. Participatns are asked to have a separate set of clean gym shoes to wear on the […]

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Paterno asks team to clean stadium, polish reputation

Coaches use many forms of discipline when dealing with undisciplined or misbehaving student-athletes. Run extra laps, bench a player, suspend a player for a game?these are the routine forms of punishment.

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Tabor blasts Panhandle State and Gottsch wins first at Tabor
Tabor blasts Panhandle State and Gottsch wins first at Tabor

Tabor blasts Panhandle State and Gottsch wins first at Tabor

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Teal Stutzman (above, left) and Joe Wuest bring the Bluejay pass rush home to roost in the Aggies backfield. The Tabor defense forced eight turnovers in Saturday?s 49-28 win over Okla. Panhandle State. Demetrius Cox (above, right) ran around, over and through the Aggies defensive line on his way to 220 rushing yards.photos by<p>Andrew Ottoson

The Tabor College football team earned its first win under head coach Mike Gottsch, 49-28, over Oklahoma Panhandle State University Saturday night in Hillsboro.

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Marion thumps Haven Cats 19-0
Marion thumps Haven Cats 19-0

Marion thumps Haven Cats 19-0

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Mitchell Leppke churns through a pile of blockers and tacklers at Haven on Friday. Leppke teamed up with Sheldon Boone to power MHS to a 19-0 win. Leppke and Boone combined for 283 yards of offense on the ground. Photos by Andrew Ottoson

The Marion football team shut out Haven 19-0 Friday night for its third win of the season.

Key starters Brad Klenda and Austin Hager were not in uniform, but the Warriors (3-1) were able to take control of the scoreboard on first-half touchdown runs by Sheldon Boone and Mitchell Leppke.

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Trojans whack Eagles, 47-0
Trojans whack Eagles, 47-0

Trojans whack Eagles, 47-0

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HHS standout Jacob Yoder eludes a would-be tackler at Reimer Field on Friday night. Yoder picked up 135 rushing yards as Hillsboro rolled to a 47-0 win.

The Hillsboro Trojans got a helpful confidence boost Friday night,
dominating Ellinwood from start to finish for an easy 47-0 homecoming
victory at Reimer Field.

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Kleinsasser paces TC women to 3rd place
Kleinsasser paces TC women to 3rd place

Kleinsasser paces TC women to 3rd place

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With two runners placing in the top 10 at the Tabor College Invitational cross country meet, the Bluejay women?s team placed third out of 14 schools that visited Marion Reservoir?s Cottonwood Point on Saturday.

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MHS girls win home meet, boys place 2nd

The Marion girls? cross country team beat Andover Central, Council Grove and Goessel to win its home meet last Thursday at Marion County Lake.

Camille Christensen led the Warriors with a fifth-place time of 16 minutes, 52 seconds.

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NFL sideline interviews full of clich?s, devoid of facial hair

Those 20-second segments where the booth announcers call up the sideline reporters for the coach interviews before halftime are my least favorite seconds of each NFL broadcast.

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