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Tabor baseball loses in Opening Round championship

The Tabor College baseball team’s season came to a close Wednesday with a 9-6 loss to Missouri Baptist in the championship game of the NAIA Opening Round Hutchinson bracket. The Spartans were the only team to beat Tabor in the tournament, having secured a 10-5 victory over the Bluejays Monday. In between its two losses, Tabor defeated Jamestown, 9-5; Concordia, […]

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Marion wins SES 3A regional baseball championship; Hillsboro loses in semis

Marion wins SES 3A regional baseball championship; Hillsboro loses in semis

The Marion baseball team won a Class 3A regional championship Wednesday at Southeast of Saline. The No. 1 seed in the tournament, the Warriors received a first-round bye, then knocked off a pair of Trojan teams to win the title and earn a trip to state. The Warriors defeated Hillsboro in six innings in the semifinals, 13-3, then defeated Beloit […]

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Tabor defeats Concordia in walk-off fashion

The Tabor College baseball team gutted out a walk-off victory over Concordia Tuesday, 12-11. Tabor held a 10-5 lead after six innings of play, but trailed, 11-10 heading into the ninth inning. In their final batting opportunity, the Bluejays used four hits to score two runs, with Jake Jones recording the walk-off RBI single. Tabor recorded 22 hits in the […]

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Tabor baseball wins two, loses two

The Tabor College baseball team swept Texas A&M-Texarkana Saturday and Sunday but lost two games to Oklahoma City. Tabor played two, seven-inning games each day. Both opponents are receiving votes in the NAIA Top 25 poll. The Bluejays opened competition with a 12-4 win over Texarkana Saturday. The Eagles built a 4-2 lead through three innings, but Tabor scored twice […]

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TC takes three from Dakota Wesleyan

The Tabor College baseball team fell one game short of a series sweep of Dakota Wesleyan Saturday and Sunday. Tabor won both games Saturday and the first Sunday before losing the final game of the series. Tabor moved to 9-2 on the season. Dakota Wesleyan—Tabor knocked out 16 hits in a 16-1 victory in Game 1 Saturday. Through three innings, […]

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Tabor baseball starts season 6-1

The Tabor College baseball team recorded a 6-1 start the season after playing seven games in four days in Texas last week. The Bluejays outscored opponents, 64-29, batting a collective .376 and posting a team ERA of 4.50. Southwestern Christian—Tabor concluded its season-opening outing in Texas with a 13-4 win Saturday. In the opening inning, pitcher Jordan Harris helped his […]

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Tabor baseball retools for 2017, eyes KCAC title

Tabor baseball retools for 2017, eyes KCAC title

TCbsbseniors0619-wide Although the Tabor College baseball team will transition into 2017 without many of last year’s impact players, coach Mark Standiford said he has reloaded his 59-man roster with a recruiting class of 30, a majority of whom are pitchers, which bodes well for the season ahead. “We went above and beyond bringing guys in,” Standiford said. “This will be […]

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Canton-Galva baseball seeded fifth at Salina-Sacred Heart regional

Canton-Galva is the No. 5 seed in the Salina-Sacred Heart Class 2-1A regional with a 3-13 record. The Eagles will face fourth-seeded Salina-Sacred Heart (4-12) Monday at 5:30 p.m. The three other teams in the bracket have first-round byes: No. 1 Moundridge (9-8), No. 2 Bennington (8-11) and No. 3 Inman (7-12). The semifinals and finals will be played Wednesday.

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Warriors win three last week

The Marion baseball team won three of four games last week to improve to 5-1 in Heart of America league play, 6-4 overall. Ell-Saline—Marion swept the Cardinals in two run-rule, five-inning victories Friday. The Warriors won Game 1, 10-0. Nathan Baldwin pitched a one-hit, complete-game shutout to earn the win. He walked five batters and struck out nine. Marion plated […]

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Bluejays take four from Bethany

The 12th-ranked Tabor College baseball team swept a four-game series with Bethany Friday and Saturday. The Bluejays improved to 21-7 in KCAC play—one game behind conference-leading York—and 34-13 overall. “Bethany’s got some talent,” coach Mark Standiford said. “I knew they were going to be tough coming in, so I’m very happy to get out of here with four wins, there’s […]

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