The Tabor College football team won its first NAIA playoff game since 2005, defeating Benedictine College 14-13 on Saturday.
The Bluejays led 14-7 in the fourth quarter before a Benedictine touchdown. Defensive end Dylan Delk blocked the extra point though, preserving the Tabor lead and win.
The Bluejays next will play Saturday. Scheduling for the quarterfinal round was not released by press time.
Lund finishes in top half of championship field
The only Tabor College participant in the NAIA cross-country championships, senior Brielle Lund, held her own, placing 110th out of 319 runners.
The two-time KCAC champion finished the course with a time of 19 minutes, 16 seconds.
Lady Jays win twice in Warrior Classic
The Tabor College women’s basketball team won two consecutive games this past weekend at the Warrior Classic in Sterling. On Friday the Bluejays defeated Haskell Indian Nations University 82-61. The Bluejays won Saturday against York College 68-50.
The men’s team split its weekend in Sterling, first losing 92-84 Friday to No. 7 William Penn University, then defeating Johnson and Wales University 87-72 Saturday.
The women’s team plays its next game at 2 p.m. Saturday in Hays against Fort Hays State.
The men’s team plays next at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in Topeka against Washburn University. The Bluejays then play in the Hastings College (Neb.) Classic Friday and Saturday. They play Hastings at 8 p.m. Friday, then Doane College at 8 p.m. Saturday.