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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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Reimer signs for Tabor football

Reimer signs for Tabor football

TysonReimerSigning621 Hillsboro senior Tyson Reimer signed a letter of intent Friday to play football for Tabor College this fall. Reimer, at 5 feet, 11 inches, 180 pounds, received All-Central Kansas League honorable mention as a defensive lineman and may play outside linebacker for the Bluejays. Seated with him are his parents, Brenda Walls and Cameron Reimer; behind them are: (from […]

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Tabor swim team competes at OBU

The Tabor College swim team competed at the Oklahoma Baptist Invite Wednesday. Coach Nate Duell said he was pleased with the team’s improvement in a short period of time. “In just a few days since our last meet, we improved tremendously in our competitive approach,” Duell said. “We saw time drops and better racing overall.  “Heading into our final meet before […]

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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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KCAC spring polls give nod to Tabor in baseball

The 2017 preseason coaches’ polls for baseball, softball, men’s tennis and women’s tennis were released by the KCAC last week. Baseball—Tabor tops the 2017 baseball coaches’ preseason poll. The Bluejays earned 95 points and received five first-place votes, narrowly eclipsing York, who earned 93 points and also received five first-place votes. Completing the poll are: Oklahoma Wesleyan (81), Kansas Wesleyan […]

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Tabor splits games with Saint Mary

Tabor splits games with Saint Mary

The Tabor College basketball teams split two games with visiting Saint Mary Saturday. Morgan Ediger Women—Tabor let the game slip away late in a 76-71 overtime loss to the Spires, falling to 13-3 in conference play. The loss comes on the heels of a 71-58 loss at Friends Wednesday. Although the game was tied five times in regulation, Saint Mary […]

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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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Carter breaks men’s scoring record at Tabor

Carter breaks men’s scoring record at Tabor

LanceCarterJesseHerrmann0305 Lance Carter was recognized prior to the Tabor College men’s game with Sterling Wednesday for setting a new Bluejay career scoring record at Bethel Monday, Jan. 16. Former record-holder Jesse Herrmann (right) presented Carter with a framed photo commemorating the achievement. Through 103 games in his career, Carter has scored 1,632 points.

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Local parents ‘foster’ a bond with players far from home

Local parents ‘foster’ a bond with players far from home

Courtesy photo<p>Hillsboro ‘foster parents’ Rod and Brenda Hamm enjoy a moment with their Tabor College “daughters,” Kaleigh Troxell (second from left) and Tonisha Dean, at a Bluejay basketball game a couple of seasons ago. When students move to college, they often miss out on some of the special comforts of home, like home-cooked meals and holidays treats. In addition, student […]

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Tabor earns two wins at York

The Tabor College basketball teams swept York on the road Saturday. Women—Tabor used a balanced attack to earn a 65-52 victory over York Saturday. No Bluejay scored in double figures in the contest. Morgan Ediger led the charge with nine points for the game, all scored from beyond the arc. She drained her first trey 1:39 into the game to […]

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