The Manhattan Christian College volleyball team improved to 15-4 this season with a victory over Union College (Lincoln, Nebraska) Thursday night in Manhattan. The Crusaders won the match in three sets (29-27, 25-12, 25-13) — giving MCC 10 straight victories. MCC will travel to Joplin, Mo., for
Kansas State track and field assistant coach Kyle Hierholzer is offering a pole vault coaching clinic to any and all entrants on Sunday, November 10 and Friday, January 3, 2014. Participants will get the opportunity to view a practice led by Hierholzer, while also partaking in classroom sessions.
The Anthony Middle School football team defeated Topeka Seaman Middle School on Tuesday, 22-0. AMS scored all of its points in the first half, as the Tornadoes are now 4-0 on the season. Martin Vogts scored the first touchdown early in the first quarter.
After a brief stint in Class 4A last year, the Rock Creek Mustangs are moving back to 3A in the most recent classifications released by KSHSAA on Friday. With 247 students in grades 9-12, only Haven and Wichita Collegiate have more students among 3A teams. For
K-State officials announced Thursday that 800 reserved tickets from West Virginia’s returned allotment for the October 26 homecoming matchup are currently on sale. The tickets, priced at $55 each, are located in the visiting team section of the lower bowl of the stadium. In addition to the
The K-State women’s basketball team will make 18 television appearances this season on a variety of platforms, including FOX Sports, FOX Sports Midwest, FOX Sports Kansas City, Cox Cable/Metro Sports or K-StateHD.TV. The Wildcats will make their lone national television appearance of the
Maude Irene (Snyder) Gillmer, 90, of Junction City, died of old age on Monday. Danner Funeral Home of Abilene is in charge of arrangements. As to her wishes, she has been cremated and there will be no funeral service. Inurnment will be at the
With the clear exception of US soldiers and their families, Afghanistan hasn’t mattered much to Americans. That was true a decade ago and in recent years. Most Americans know our country has been involved in a war there, but we’d guess only a
Gilbert Joseph Seiwald, 98, of Wamego, died at his home Thursday. Services are pending with Stewart Funeral Home of Wamego. Complete obituary and service information will be announced at http://www.stewartfuneralhomes.com.
The playmakers on the Wamego offense might be getting a lot of attention, but the Red Raiders’ defense deserves some recognition as well. In three games this season, Wamego has allowed just one touchdown, pitching a pair of shutouts and keeping opposing offenses from sniffing
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