It’s the dream of every aspiring basketball player, and it’s one that’s alive in the minds of Rodney McGruder and Jordan Henriquez. To play professional basketball. And of course all young men who want to play past their college years dream to
TULSA, Okla. – Kansas State women’s tennis picked up six singles wins and four doubles wins on Saturday at two separate locations. Junior Petra Niedermayerova and freshman Ivana Kubickova advanced to the semifinals of the main draw of doubles at the ITA Central Regional, while
Behind two Most Outstanding Performer honors and a strong outing from the Hunter Seat team, the No. 6 Kansas State women’s equestrian team earned its fifth consecutive win on Saturday, defeating South Dakota State, 13-6 (1461.5-1315.5). The Hunter Seat team once again had a marvelous
When Manhattan drew Junction City as its first-round opponent at sub-state earlier this week, head coach Lisa Kinderknecht knew her team would be in for a tough test. Not only had the Blue Jays played the Indians much better than in years past, they also
WAMEGO — The Red Raiders were again faced against a power-run team, and like last week, it did them in. Wamego, who started the season 6-0, lost its second game in a row Friday night at home against Royal Valley 26-18. While quarterback Marshal Wethington again
RILEY — From the opening kickoff, Riley County just looked like the better all-around team. Looking to win their fourth straight game and second straight district contest, the Falcons opened Friday’s game against Marysville with a 70-yard kick return touchdown by Gibson Eyestone. Before the
The Manhattan High cross country teams will make their return to state next weekend after both teams finished as runner-ups at Milford State Park on Saturday. The girls’ team was close to a first-place finish with a 44 team score, coming in just two points behind
At Nemaha Valley, Rock Creek scored just six points in the first half on Friday. And it proved to be not enough. Nemaha Valley scored one touchdown in the second half, and kept the Rock Creek offense from moving the ball in a 7-6 win
At Frankfort, the Wildcats snapped a losing streak on Friday with a win over Independence Home School, 58-0. The Wildcats will close the season this Thursday with a tough road game at Hanover.
At Axtell, the Blue Valley Rams couldn’t keep pace with Axtell on Friday, losing 44-26 in a road game. Blue Valley has another game on its schedule, and will play on Thursday at home against 8-man No. 1 Baileyville B&B.
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