Category: Sports

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Trojans prove the adage:  aggressive defense wins state championships

It was a march to glory that Civil War general William T. Sherman would have loved.

On the way to winning the Class 3A title last week for the first time in 11 years, the Hillsboro High girls used an uncommon confidence and defensive fury to torch the opposition with an average victory margin of 20 points a game.

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TC ends season with 1-1 outing at national tourney
TC ends season with 1-1 outing at national tourney

TC ends season with 1-1 outing at national tourney

The Tabor College women’s basketball season ended Friday with a 61-44 loss to undefeated Indiana Wesleyan in the second round of the NAIA post-season tournament in Sioux City, Iowa.

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Suderman signs for Bluejay football
Suderman signs for Bluejay football

Suderman signs for Bluejay football

Hillsboro High School senior Michael Suderman signed a letter of intent Monday to play football for Tabor College next fall.

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Frick signs football letter with Tabor
Frick signs football letter with Tabor

Frick signs football letter with Tabor

Hillsboro High School senior Troy Frick signed a letter of intent last Tuesday to play football for Tabor College next fall.

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Ratzlaff to lead TC men?s basketball next season

After 25 years as head men’s basketball coach at Tabor College, Don Brubacher will step down and allow his former player and assistant coach Micah Ratzlaff to take over the program reins.

“Becoming a head coach at the collegiate level has always been a career goal of mine,” Ratzlaff said.

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What do you do if you can?t go when you need to?

Everybody can probably think of a time during a sporting event when nature called and they needed to relieve themselves at a most inopportune time.

Although I’ve never seen a sports column on this subject, that won’t stop me from going where no man or woman has gone before. Even if you think this column is going down the toilet, please read on.

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Bluebirds fly fourth at 1A state tourney

Goessel opened the game with a 3-pointer by Travis Buller, and the teams see-sawed back and forth, ending the first quarter 11-10 in Goessel’s favor.

The Bluebirds outscored the Eagles 16-9 in the second quarter. They put on a 7-1 run in the last minute, capped by Jordan Voth’s 3-pointer to pull out to a comfortable eight-point lead by halftime, 27-19.

Olpe’s 6-feet, 4-inch junior, Seth Pargman, drew his third foul and grabbed some bench time, making him ineffective in scoring the first half.

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Soccer Team – Preview

Soccer Team is presented with medals for hard work.

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