• Valley Heights 61, Onaga 47

    At Onaga, the Mustangs took a 19-7 lead into the second quarter and managed to hold off Onaga the rest of the way, playing the Buffaloes even the final three quarters in the win. Elijah Smith scored 17 points for Valley .

  • Frankfort 47, Clifton-Clyde 37

    At Frankfort, the Wildcats earned their third win of the season with a 10-point victory over Clifton-Clyde, leading by 11 at halftime and maintaining their lead through the second half. Jacob Studer led all scorers with 17 points, while Brenden Levi added 10 .

  • Riley Co. 41, Rock Creek 20

    At Riley, the Falcons used a dominant second quarter to pull away from Rock Creek at home, taking a 26-10 lead to halftime and expanding that lead in the second half. Riley County was led by Kerrigan Simons and Tory .

  • Washington Co. 67, BV-Randolph 26

    At Washington, the Tigers routed Blue Valley on Tuesday in a game that was never close. Game information and individual scoring was not available. Blue Valley travels to Centralia on Friday..

  • City weighs parking garages

    After receiving verbal support, a couple of proposed parking garages now need monetary support. The Manhattan City Commission discussed on Tuesday the possibility of parking garages in downtown and Aggieville. Commissioners supported the idea of the projects. “At some point, .

  • Valley Heights 74, Onaga 37

    At Onaga, Brandi Roepke nearly outscored Onaga by herself in a dominating win by the Mustangs, scoring 37 points. Kayla Smith had 15 points, while Sidney Blackburn had 11 and Cassidy Coggins had seven in a game that was 44-24 in favor of .

  • Frankfort 45, Clifton-Clyde 37

    At Frankfort, the Wildcats led by two at halftime but outscored Clifton-Clyde 14-1 in the third quarter to position themselves for their first win of the season. Kyla Hardwick led the Wildcats with 12 points, while Maura Kennedy had 11. Frankfort travels .

  • No. 5 Baylor routs K-State, 74-44 Ksuwbb23 blocked.phatch

    Baylor entered Tuesday’s game averaging nearly 90 points a game. Kansas State held the fifth-ranked Bears to just 74. The problem, however, is that it doesn’t mean very much when you can’t score yourself. K-State did have a lead .

  • K-State needs Foster to be successful Foster.phatch

    During Kansas State’s three-game losing streak, Marcus Foster was held to two or less points twice. And in the most recent game, against Oklahoma State, he came off the bench and scored zero points in 14 minutes. K-State coach Bruce .

  • MHS boys edge Seaman, stay undefeated

    TOPEKA — The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team went back and forth with the Seaman Vikings Tuesday night, but got just enough in the fourth quarter to pull out the road win, 69-62, and stay undefeated. The game was tied with 1:51 .

  • MHS girls fall to Seaman on the road

    TOPEKA — A rough start to the second quarter doomed the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team in a 72-63 loss to Seaman on the road Tuesday night, the team’s first of the season. The Indians played mostly even for three .

  • DEBRA DECKER

    DEBRA DECKER Debra “Debbi” (Blenn) Decker, 57, died Sunday, Jan. 4, 2015, at her home in Westmoreland. The family provided the following information. Debbi was born on July 8, 1957, in Westmoreland, to Galen and Carol (Simkins) Blenn. After she graduated high school from Westmoreland, .





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