Post Tagged with: "Friends"

Hesston friends reunite at Tabor

Hesston friends reunite at Tabor

Bluejay volleyball standouts Ali Jost, Jessanna Nebel and Megan Voth (from left) were good friends as Hesston High School volleyball players, but are key contributors to the Tabor College success. It’s a sequence Bluejay volleyball fans love to watch: senior Ali Jost makes an incredible dig, senior Megan Voth smoothly sets the ball into the air and junior Jessanna Nebel […]

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Tabor women defeat Friends in KCAC tourney championship

The 20th-ranked Tabor College women’s basketball team knocked off 11th-ranked and top-seeded Friends in the KCAC tournament finals Monday by a score of 74-70. Friends had gotten the best of the Bluejays in the teams’ two regular-season meetings, but Monday proved the third time’s the charm. Both teams started the game on fire offensively, and the first quarter ended with […]

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Bluejays lose to Saint Mary, Friends

Bluejays lose to Saint Mary, Friends

Morgan Ediger eyes the basket during the second half against Saint Mary Saturday. Ediger led Tabor’s scoring effort with 19 points in the Bluejays’ 76-71 overtime loss. The Tabor College women’s basketball team suffered a two-game slide last week with losses to Friends and Saint Mary. The Bluejays remain second in the KCAC standings behind Friends with a 13-3 record, […]

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Tabor loses two at Friends

Tabor loses two at Friends

The Tabor College basketball teams succumbed to Friends on the road Wednesday, each suffering their second KCAC loss of the season. Jurnee Reid Women—Tabor suffered a 71-58 defeat to the 14th-ranked Falcons Wednesday, snapping a 12-game Bluejay win streak held since Tabor’s Dec. 1 loss to Friends. With the win, Friends improved its KCAC-best record to 14-0; Tabor dropped to […]

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Tabor splits games with Friends

Tabor splits games with Friends

The Tabor College basketball teams split a pair of conference games with Friends Thursday. Deanna Manning Women—Turnovers proved costly for the Tabor women, who suffered their first conference loss by a 78-74 margin Thursday. When the Bluejays maintained possession, they shot the ball well, making 54 percent of their attempts from the field (27-for-50). Friends, meanwhile, shot around 47 percent […]

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Tabor weathers late Friends rally, wins 32-27

Tabor weathers late Friends rally, wins 32-27

Zach Johnson hauls in a pass from Keith Thomas and heads for the goal-line for an 18-yard score during the second quarter Saturday. The Tabor College football team scored just enough points to withhold a late Friends rally in its 32-27 homecoming victory Saturday. The Bluejays built a 32-6 lead, only to have Friends score three unanswered touchdowns to end […]

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Tabor men defeat Friends in OT, advance to championship

Tabor men defeat Friends in OT, advance to championship

John Jedneak draws a foul during the first half. He made both charity shots to give Tabor a 16-13 lead. Jedneak scored 9 points in Tabor?s 88-79 win. The Tabor College men?s basketball team punched its ticket to the KCAC tournament championship by defeating Friends in overtime, 88-79, in Saturday?s semifinal matchup. Both teams came out shooting the ball well. […]

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Tabor picks up two more victories at Friends

The Tabor College basketball teams wrapped up a three-game road stint by sweeping Friends Saturday. The victories kept both Bluejay squads perfect in KCAC play at 13-0. Women?Tabor won its second road game of the week by defeating the No. 25 Falcons, 76-67. The Bluejays relied heavily on the three-ball, shooting 50 percent from beyond the arc in the game […]

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Tabor keeps KCAC win streak intact with sweep of Friends

Tabor keeps KCAC win streak intact with sweep of Friends

The Tabor College basketball teams kept their conference win streaks alive with a pair of victories over Friends Tuesday. Both Bluejay squads remain undefeated at 3-0 in KCAC play. Morgan Ediger drives into the lane and looks to shoot for two during the second quarter against Friends. Women?Tabor made more than half of its shots from the floor in an […]

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Tabor cruises past Friends, 34-7

The No. 11 Tabor College football team cruised to a 34-7 victory at Friends Saturday. The teams traded punts on the game?s first five possessions before Tabor punched in its first score late in the opening quarter. Joseph Donnell got the handoff on first down and took it 40 yards for a touchdown. The two-point conversion attempt failed, giving Tabor […]

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