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  • Sooners fire on all cylinders in rout Ou11.mercury

    Baker Mayfield lit up Kansas State’s defense for five touchdowns passes and the Oklahoma defense intercepted three passes as the Sooners made the Wildcats look lifeless on Saturday. K-State didn’t eclipse the 100-yard mark of total offense until .

  • Guggisberg: K-State historically bad in shutout loss Grant-cutout.phatch

    There’s no shame in losing to No. 19 Oklahoma. Unless you get shut out, 55-0. After back-to-back weeks of surprisingly-close losses to ranked teams, the Kansas State football team came crashing back to earth in historic fashion Saturday afternoon at .

  • Indians’ Bieker finishes 12th at Class 6A state tennis

    Manhattan’s Lexi Bieker made a surprise run at the Class 6A state tennis tournament over the weekend, bringing home a medal and taking 12th place with a 3-4 record at the two-day event. Bieker opened the tournament with a 6.

  • MHS makes it six straight at cross country league meet

    Winners of five straight Centennial League titles coming into Saturday’s league meet at Stateland Park in Topeka, the Manhattan High cross country teams had plenty of confidence, but were not taking their dominance for granted. Head coach Susan Melgares .

  • Johnson finally healthy and playing for Wildcats Johnsonfeature.mercury

    During the 2013-14 season, Kansas State forward D.J. Johnson showed just how much promise he had in the future. His nine-point performance against Kansas helped the Wildcats score a win over the Jayhawks at home that season, and he .

  • Cats sweep OU, end losing skid in Norman

    NORMAN, Okla. — Kansas State snapped a six-match losing streak at Oklahoma on Friday, as the Wildcats hit .366 and limited the Sooners to their lowest attack percentage this season in a sweep (25-16, 25-21, 25-19) at McCasland Field House. It’s .

  • MHS golfers ready for challenge at state

    When Manhattan head coach Chris George takes his girls’ golf team to the Class 6A state tournament at Andover’s Terradyne Country Club on Monday, he will do so with the youngest roster he’s ever had. With so many .

  • Rock Creek tops St. Marys, 46-21 Rockcreek2516.mercury

    FLUSH — For the second straight week, Rock Creek struggled for half of its football game. But this time around, the Mustangs flipped the switch in the second half on the way to beating St. Marys, 46-21. At halftime, with his .

  • Indians lose district opener to Trojans

    TOPEKA — When the Manhattan High football team is at its best, the Indians take care of the ball, feature a dominant rushing attack and a punishing defense. In a 41-14 loss to Topeka High Friday night at Hummer Sports Park, .

  • KSU women’s golf finishes fall season in Texas

    The Kansas State women’s golf team will look close out its fall season on a high note as it travels to Austin, Texas, to compete in the Betsy Rawls Longhorn Invitational, beginning Monday and going through Tuesday at the .

  • K-State to phase out annual student privilege fees

    K-State Athletics, in conjunction with the university’s Student Governing Association, has announced that it will phase out its annual receipt of student privilege fees. Legislation to end the fee, which was approved Thursday night by the Student Senate, will .

  • Wamego beats Chapman in district opener

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders led 14-0 at halftime and kept on scoring in the second half en route to a 34-0 win over Chapman in their district opener. Alex Vontz punched in a 4-yard touchdown run in the first .


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