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College honors

? Among the 2,061 students who completed associate, bachelor?s or graduate degrees at Fort Hays State University this spring are three students from Marion County. Aidan Cody Winblad, Goessel, graduated with a bachelor of science degrees in physics and mathematics. Andrea Renae Fish, Hillsboro, graduated with a bachelor of science in elementary education. Jamie Leigh Spoonemore, Hillsboro, graduated with a […]

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College honors

? More than 4,000 graduates participated in Kansas Univer??sity?s 143rd commencement May 17. The following area students received degrees. Canton: Nicholas Wedel, doctor of physical therapy. Florence: Jeconiah Spangler, bachelor?s degree in pharmaceutical studies; Hillsboro: Aislinn Hieb?ner, doctorate in social work; Diedre Serene, Hills?boro, master?s degree in nursing; April Young, Hills?boro, bachelor?s degree in biology; Taylor Ensminger, Peabody, bachelor?s degree […]

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Area schools honor rolls

Marion High School has released its honor roll for the second semester of the 2014-15 school year while Marion Middle School has released its end of year honor roll.? To attain ?high honors,? a student must attain a grade-point average of 4.0 to 3.75, for ?regular honors,? 3.74 to 3.5, and for ?honorable mention,? 3.49 to 3.0. An asterisk (*) […]

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Leaving a legacy

Leaving a legacy

? Daugherty?s performance at nationals one of eight school records to bear his name. Garrett Daugherty (right) lifts his hands in an expression of gratitude after finishing second in the men?s 800-meter finals at the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships in Gulf Shores, Ala. in May. He crossed the finish line in a school record 1:51.25, about half a […]

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CKL announces honors for baseball

Three players from Hills?boro High School?s 3-18 baseball team have received recognition from Central Kansas League coaches. No Trojans were picked for the all-league first team, but one received second-team honors and two received second team and honorable-mention honors at different positions. Senior Jakob Hanschu was named to the second team as an outfielder. He led the team with a […]

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College honors

? Two area students were named to the Fort Hays State University to the Dean?s Honor Roll for the spring 2015 semester. They are Aidan Winblad, a senior from Goessel majoring in physics, and Hillsboro resident Andrea Fish, who is majoring in elementary education. ? Included on the South?wes?tern College Dean?s Honor Roll for the spring 2015 semester were Allison […]

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Eleven TC baseball athletes earn All-KCAC honors

Eleven members of Tabor College?s NAIA Opening-Round qualifying baseball team have received recognition from KCAC coaches. Three Bluejays were named to the first team: juniors Alex Couch and Dustin Hurlbutt and sophomore Jerrik Sigg. Couch, a third baseman from Castlewood, Va., batted .398 over 56 games, ranking him 48th in NAIA Division I and fourth in the KCAC. He tallied […]

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4 Trojans earn all-CKL honors

Two players from both the Hillsboro boys? and girls? basketball teams received recognition from the coaches of the Central Kansas League. For the boys, senior Micah Allen was selected for the CKL first team while junior Austin Cross received honorable mention. Allen averaged 15.7 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.5 assists for the 9-12 Trojans. Cross averaged 6.2 points and 5.5 […]

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5 athletes earn all-state honors

Five Marion County basketball athletes have received all-state recognition from The Wichita Eagle. Centre?s Shelby Makovec, a senior, received first-team recognition in girls? Class 1A-Division I. Two members of the Goessel girls? basketball team received honors: junior Page Hiebert was named to the Class 1A-Division I second team, while junior Aleena Cook received honorable mention. In Class 2A girls, Canton-Galva?s […]

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TC athletes receive All-KCAC honors

Eight members of Tabor College?s national-qualifying basketball teams have received all-KCAC honors from conference coaches. Four members of the Tabor women?s squad have earned honors. Senior guard/forward Tonisha Dean was a unanimous first-team selection. A member of the preseason team and a second-team pick a year ago, Dean is averaging 12.26 points per game heading into the national tournament on […]

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