Category: Sports

HRC to offer dodgeball

The Hillsboro Recreation Commission is sponsoring a dodgeball tournament Nov. 10 at the Hillsboro High School gymnasium. A completed roster and the $40 entry fee need to be turned into the city offices at 118 E. Grand, or can be mailed to the City of Hillsboro, P.O. Box 125, Hillsboro, KS 67063. A minimum of six players are required per […]

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Area Football Roundup (Week of Oct. 24, 2007)

Peabody-Burns

The Warriors hammered Yates Center 30-0 Friday.

Ben Eldridge scored 2-yard touchdown runs in both the first and second quarters, and PBHS added a safety early in the third.

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Area Volleyball Roundup (Week of Oct. 24, 2007)

Peabody-Burns

The Warriors were bounced out of the post-season in the first round
of sub-state play, losing to Ben?ning?ton (15-25, 25-21, 23-25) in
three games.

Canton-Galva?The Eagles were knocked out of substate play in the first round by Minnea?polis (25-12, 25-11) on Saturday.

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Area Cross Country Roundup (Week of Oct 24, 2007)

Peabody-Burns?

Aaron Topham finished sixth in 19 minutes, 27 seconds at the Class 2A regional Saturday at Sterling.

He was followed by Duane Unruh (8th, 19:42), Ryan Wiebe (13th, 20:14),
Kendall Wiebe (14th, 20:32), Sheldon Wiebe (15th, 20:41), Josh Klarman
(18th, 20:57) and Seth Methvin (30th, 22:25).

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MHS succumbs to arm of Bronco quarterback

Marion saw its post-season chances end Friday with a 36-12 loss at Remington in the second round of district play.

The Warriors shredded the Bronco defense for 243 rushing yards, but were unable to slow Remington?s passing attack.

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World Series trip is a thing of dreams

The Colorado Rockies have officially stepped out into the big time, and I couldn?t be more excited about baseball. I keep having this dream where David Ortiz is trying to play first base while dragging an oxygen tank and hobbling around like a dying mob boss who smoked three cigars a day for 47 straight years.

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TC men earn playoff berth
TC men earn playoff berth

TC men earn playoff berth

TCsocMenPA174086.jpg Click to buy photo Needing one victory in their final two regular-season games to seal a playoff spot, the Tabor College men?s soccer team lost its final games of the season to Sterling (1-0) and Kansas Wesleyan (3-0). But Tabor qualified for post-season play when Southwestern, Ottawa and Saint Mary each lost its final regular-season finale. On Saturday, a […]

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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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Coaches like limelight more than criticism

Nobody said coaching is easy. Well, maybe some disagree with that opinion, but there?s more to coaching than coaching. Got that?

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