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  • In-state talent vital to Wildcats’ success

    Five of the top six scorers in Kansas State women’s basketball history are from the Sunflower State — including four from towns a fraction of the size of Manhattan. Three of the five players who have their numbers hanging in .

  • K-State cancels weekend home series; to play at Cal

    With the chance of significant snowfall forecasted for the Manhattan area this weekend, the Kansas State baseball team has canceled its home-opening series against Eastern Illinois and will instead play a three-game series at Cal in Berkeley, Calif., beginning Saturday .

  • MHS boys rally past Junction City Mhs23.phatch

    JUNCTION CITY — Manhattan head coach Benji George stressed this week that rivalry games against Junction City need no extra motivation. But with the chance to lock up at least a share of the team’s first-ever Centennial League title Tuesday .

  • MHS girls rout Blue Jays, clinch top seed Mhs11.phatch

    JUNCTION CITY — One down, one to go. After last week’s loss to Hayden, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team needed a pair of wins this week to stay alive for a Centennial League title. With a 60-35 win at .

  • MHS bowlers finish regular season at JC

    The Manhattan High bowling teams finished off the regular season competing at a quadrangular meet in Junction City. The boys’ team finished in second place with a pin score of 2,471 behind Junction City, which won with a 2,685. Shawnee Heights was .

  • Wamego sweeps Marysville on senior night

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders’ girls basketball team celebrated senior night with a 57-46 win over Marysville on Tuesday. Wamego jumped out to a 20-8 lead from the beginning and kept going from there. The Red Raiders built a 30-18 .

  • Axtell 73, Valley Heights 58

    At Blue Rapids, big efforts from Kayla Smith and Sidney Blackburn weren’t enough to propel Valley Heights to a won on Tuesday, losing to Axtell, 73-58. Kayla Smith scored 27 points and Blackburn had 21 for the Mustangs, but Axtell had .

  • Linn 54, Frankfort 29

    At Linn, Frankfort struggled in the second quarter and never recovered on Tuesday, losing at Linn, 54-29. Linn jumped out to a 17-13 lead, and held the Wildcats to two points in the second quarter to extend its lead to 27.

  • Wamego 76, Marysville 41

    At Wamego, Dillon Blain scored 24 and Eli Miller and Kyler Alderson had big games in a 76-41 win over Marysville. The Red Raiders led 17-10 after the first quarter and pushed its lead out to 42-27. Wamego made its biggest .

  • Frankfort 45, Linn 33

    At Linn, Frankfort scored just four points in the third quarter on Tuesday, but it still managed to beat Linn, 45-33. Frankfort was helped out by a nice effort in the first half, leading 11-5 after the first quarter and 27.

  • Axtell 63, Valley Heights 60

    At Blue Rapids, Axtell erased a 11-point first quarter deficit on Tuesday to beat Valley Heights, 63-60. The Mustangs built up a 20-9 lead after one quarter, but Axtell started to chip away at the lead in the second quarter .

  • Reject repeal of tuition bill

    “The children of undocumented persons who are making use of these in-state tuition rates are exactly the kinds of students we want in Kansas. They must be highly motivated to succeed. They’ve gone to our high schools. They’ve .





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