• Red Raiders ease past Chapman

    WAMEGO — Red Raiders’ head coach Troy Hemphill wasn’t pleased with his team’s enthusiasm in his team’s 59-34 win over Chapman Tuesday night. Still, Wamego did what it needed to get the victory. Wamego’s Eli Miller puts .

  • Three MHS athletes sign for football

    Three Manhattan High football players made their college choices official last week in a ceremony with family and friends at the MHS West campus. Chris Martin, Mike Settembrino and Nadal Abudayyeh each signed with different schools to continue their football .

  • Riley County boys outlast Concordia; Frankfort splits

    At Riley, Cooper Holmes scored 44 points for Concordia, but the Riley County Falcons still managed a win on Tuesday, beating the Panthers, 72-66, at home. The Falcons grabbed an early 14-9 lead after one quarter, and extended it to 33-26 .

  • Clifton-Clyde 48, Blue Valley 38

    At Randolph, the Blue Valley Rams grabbed an early lead by faded down the stretch in a 48-38 loss to Clifton-Clyde. The Rams led 19-10 after the first quarter, and 28-20 by halftime. Clifton-Clyde came back in the third quarter, .

  • Onaga 76, Frankfort 47

    At Onaga, the Frankfort Wildcats let a game slip away in the first quarter on Tuesday, getting outscored 29-8 to start the game on the way to a 76-47 loss. Onaga slowed it down a bit after the 29-8 start, .

  • Washington Co. 56, Valley Heights 45

    At Washington, Valley Heights kept a steady scoring pace but was never able to overcome Washington County in a 56-45 road loss. The Tigers opened the game to a 15-11 lead and held Valley Heights to eight points in the .

  • Clifton-Clyde 52, Blue Valley 47

    At Randolph, Clifton-Clyde used a big third quarter to come from behind and beat Blue Valley on Tuesday. The Rams led 14-9 after the first quarter and 18-17 at halftime. But Clifton-Clyde outscored Blue Valley 17-10 in the third, and .

  • Concordia 55, Riley County 50

    At Riley, Concordia put Riley County in a hole early on Tuesday, and the Falcons could never claw their way back. The Panthers led 19-8 early and 28-18 at halftime. Riley County made its biggest move back to get back .

  • Frankfort 43, Onaga 35

    At Onaga, the Frankfort Wildcats grabbed a lead in the first half and never let it go on Tuesday in a 43-35 win over Onaga. The Wildcats led 15-11 after the first quarter, and extended the lead to 29-20 by .

  • Washington Co. 68, Valley Heights 46

    At Washington, Valley Heights hung on for three quarters until the Tigers put them away in the fourth on Tuesday. The Mustangs trailed 13-9 after the first period and 32-19 at half. Kayla Smith scored 18 points, Sidney Blackburn had 12 and .

  • Hunting, fishing in the constitution?

    Hunting and fishing are honorable pursuits with a long tradition in Kansas. Those activities could soon be elevated to rights protected by the Kansas Constitution if a couple lawmakers have their way. We can’t come up with any substantive .

  • Do lawmakers really think cutting education funding is good for Kansas?

    To the Editor: I have been watching the current efforts concerning education in the Kansas Legislature with a certain amount of incredulity. First of all, I do not understand where this distrust and dislike for teachers — all teachers — came from. .


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