Category: Sports

HHS track 1st for 2nd straight week
HHS track 1st for 2nd straight week

HHS track 1st for 2nd straight week

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Hannah Marsh extends herself to clear 9 feet in the pole vault event at Hesston. The Hillsboro girls topped their counterparts from Marion by five points on Thursday to set the stage for the upcoming league title showdown at Nickerson on Friday. Phyllis Richert / Free Press. Click image to enlarge.
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Sean Leihy of Hillsboro leads the back into the home stretch of the second lap during the 1,600-meter race at Hesston. Leihy led to the finish line, winning in a time of 4:50. Behind him are Justin Heidebrecht and Ryan Jones of Marion. Heidebrecht placed second in 4:52.4 and Jones third in 4:57.1. Phyllis Richert / Free Press. Click image to enlarge.

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For the second week in a row, the Hillsboro High girls and boys swept the top prize at an invitational track meet.

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Coming off a double win at the James Thomas Invitational on April 27, the Trojan girls scored 109 points Thursday to edge Marion by five points for first place at the nine-school Hess?ton Invitational.

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Warriors, Trojans golf 36 holes at MC Invitational
Warriors, Trojans golf 36 holes at MC Invitational

Warriors, Trojans golf 36 holes at MC Invitational

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Hillsboro?s Daniel Kunantaev watches his drive off of the tee at Hole 3. Kunantaev placed fourth on Friday. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press. Click on image to enlarge.

Led by the top two individual finishers, Topeka Hayden claimed a 31-stroke team win over runner-up Marion at the Marion County Invitational on Friday.

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HHS splits with Warriors
HHS splits with Warriors

HHS splits with Warriors

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Isaac Leihy rocks and fires during the second game of Moanday's double-header against MHS.

Marion High erupted for six runs in the top of the sixth inning to carry the Warriors to a 7-5 come-from-behind win over Hillsboro on Monday, April 30, at Memorial Field.

Hillsboro won the opener, 8-3.

 

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Trojans clip Swathers, 7-1

The Hillsboro softball team found its offense late in the game to claim a 7-1 win at Hess?ton last Tuesday. The second game of the schedule doubleheader was rained out.

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MHS softball swings though Sterling

The Marion High School softball put 10 runs on the board over the course of their makeup doubleheader at Sterling on Friday, but it wasn?t enough to secure a win.

Sterling claimed victories of 4-3 and 10-7.

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TC inducts three into hall of fame

Willis Kleinsasser of Reno, Nev., Rachel (Schultz) Griffith of WaKeeney, and Don Rains, Hydro, Okla., were inducted into the Tabor College Athletic Hall of Fame Sunday.

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Bluejays announce basketball, football off-season signings

Several more athletes have signed letters of intent to plat sports at Tabor College next year.

Jared Hett, Marion, has signed to play basketball.

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SIDELINE SLANTS-Coaching bucks stop over there

The recent basketball coaching changes at Kansas State and Wichita State were interesting on several levels. At the very least it reminds us that capitalism is alive and well for NCAA Division I coaches.

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GHS boys grab third

The Goessel Bluebirds boys? track and field team took third place at the Remington Invitational. The girls took eighth among 13 teams.

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14 Tabor athletes feted
14 Tabor athletes feted

14 Tabor athletes feted

tcwtenLaurelP4270002.jpg Laurel Delamater connects on a backhand winner at the KCAC semi-finals played two weeks ago. This week, Delamater was named ?most valuable player? by the conference coaches.Andrew Ottoson / Free Press. Click image to enlarge. Fourteen Tabor College Bluejays have been feted for all-conference honors in either baseball, softball or tennis. Seven members of the baseball team were honored: […]

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