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Trojan golf places eighth at Sterling Invite

The Hillsboro golf team placed eighth among the eight schools qualifying for team play at the Sterling Invitational April 20. The Trojan team score was 407, which placed it 78 strokes behind the winning team from Sterling, but only three stokes behind seventh-place Lyons. Phillip Ediger led the Trojans with a 91 over 18 holes, placing him 20th in the […]

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Bluejays take two from Coyotes

Bluejays take two from Coyotes

Araselly Vargas (center) and teammates celebrate Vargas? second solo home run during Game 1 against Kansas Wesleyan Wednesday. Tabor won the game, 3-0. Vargas later hit a grand slam in Game 2 to help Tabor come from behind and win, 5-4. She was named KCAC Player of the Week. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College softball team won […]

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Proffitt signs for hoops at Sterling

Proffitt signs for hoops at Sterling

Proffitt signs for hoops at Sterling<p><p>Hillsboro High School senior Tara Proffitt signed a letter of intent April 14 to play basketball next year at Sterling College. Seated with her are parents Jennifer and Scott Proffitt; behind them are Nathan Hiebert, HHS head coach, and K.C. Bassett, Sterling head coach. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press Hillsboro High School senior Tara Proffitt […]

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Trojan tennis team still seeking first victory

Hillsboro?s young and inexperienced tennis team is still looking to win a match after five tournaments this season. The team competed Thursday at Circle. Jacob Isaac came closest to a win, losing to Colby Wallace of Circle, 8-5, in No. 1 singles. Isaac lost by 8-0 scores to Cole Klink?hammer of Valley Center and Rian Borntrager of Haven. In No. […]

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No. 2 Jays lose series to Sterling

No. 2 Jays lose series to Sterling

Jean Acevedo fires a pitch during Game 2 against Sterling Thursday. Acevedo pitched a complete game to earn the win, striking out 14 batters in Tabor?s 6-3 victory. That was Tabor?s only win, though, as Sterling won the series, 3-1. Janae Rempel / Free Press The second-ranked Tabor College baseball team faced a ranked opponent in No. 24 Sterling last […]

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Tabor track competes at Sterling

Tabor track competes at Sterling

Keith Francis (center) and Zac Krehbiel (right) round the curve in the 200 at the Sterling Invitational. Francis placed third with a time of 22.48 seconds. Francis also finished second in the 400 (50.33). Phyllis Richert Photo The Tabor College track and field teams competed at the Sterling Invitational Friday and Saturday. Hannah Holmes highlighted the women?s performances by winning […]

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Trojan girls end season at Sterling

Trojan girls end season at Sterling

Alex Ratzlaff drives inside during Hillsboro?s 67-27 loss to Sterling Tuesday. The Trojans lost to Sterling, 64-48, Monday in their sub-state opener to end their season. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press The Hillsboro girls rallied from a 40-point thumping against Sterling six days earlier, but fell short of an upset against the Black Bears in their rematch Monday night in […]

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Trojans lose regular season finale

Trojans lose regular season finale

Preston Loewen shoots for two during Hillsboro?s 58-45 loss to Sterling Tuesday. The Trojans ended the regular season with a 9-11 overall record. Don Ratzlaff / Free Press The pattern has become too familiar over the second half of the season: A strong start by Hillsboro undermined by inconsistent shooting down the stretch. That was the case again last Tuesday […]

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Tabor women win by three.

Tabor women win by three.

Tabor College women?s basketball coach Shawn Reed shares a celebratory hug with his son, Tristan, following the Bluejays? 60-57 victory over Ottawa Saturday. The Bluejay women won the KCAC regular season title for the first time since the 2005-06 season. Janae Rempel / Free Press With a three-point victory over Ottawa, the Tabor College women won the KCAC regular season […]

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TC men roll past Ottawa by 14.

TC men roll past Ottawa by 14.

Tabor College men?s basketball coach Micah Ratzlaff cuts down the remainder of the net following the Bluejays? 87-73 victory over Ottawa Saturday. The Bluejay men won the KCAC regular season title for the first time since the 2004-05 season. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Tabor College men?s basketball team ended the regular season riding a six-game win streak, giving […]

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