• Bears deal Cats second straight loss

    WACO, Texas — Much like in Wednesday loss at TCU, the Kansas State men’s basketball team came out on fire to start the second half. But this time around, after holding No. 20 Baylor without a field goal for the first .

  • MHS wrestlers win Wichita regional

    The Manhattan High wrestling team picked a good time to win its first trophy of the season. After a runner-up finish at the Centennial League meet two weeks ago, Manhattan came home as regional champion after winning the Wichita Southeast .

  • Indians compete at state swim meet

    With athletes in just four individual events and each of the three relays, the Manhattan High swimming and diving team was going to have a hard time competing for a top-15 spot in the team standings at this weekend’s .

  • Wildcat track tunes up for Big 12s

    The Kansas State track and field teams capped off their final meet before next weekend’s Big 12 Indoor Championships, with several Wildcats recording either personal or season-bests in a strong showing at the K-State Open Friday. Competing in their final .

  • K-State men tied for third in California

    PALM DESERT, Calif. — The Kansas State men’s golf team moved up one spot on the leaderboard in Round 2 as it carded a 6-over-par 294 Saturday and owns a 36-hole score of 5-over 581 at the 2015 Desert Intercollegiate held at the par-72, 7,305.

  • K-State tennis upends Rams, 7-0

    LAS VEGAS — The Kansas State women’s tennis shook off its loss from Friday with a dominating 7-0 win over Colorado State on Saturday. The win evens K-State’s record at 6-6 this season, as the Wildcats have now won .

  • Wildcats fall to Oregon State in a walk-off

    SURPRISE, Ariz. — The Kansas State baseball team rallied from a pair of deficits on Friday, including a six-run hole after the second inning and a two-run deficit in the top of the ninth, but the Wildcats surrendered a walk-off single .

  • Indians rally past Hayden, 56-54

    TOPEKA — Since joining the Centennial League in 2004, the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team has never defeated every team in the league in the same season. With Friday night’s 56-54, come-from-behind win at Hayden, that streak is over. “They’re .

  • MHS girls fall short at the end

    TOPEKA — Since joining the Centennial League in 2004, the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team has never defeated every team in the league in the same season. With Friday night’s 56-54, come-from-behind win at Hayden, that streak is over. “They’re .

  • Riley County beats Rossville in OT

    At Rossville, the Falcons needed overtime to beat the Bulldogs on Friday night in a 77-71 road win that stayed close most of the way. Riley County opened with a 19-12 lead after a fast-paced first quarter but saw Rossville .

  • Wamego 76, Concordia 64

    At Concordia, Wamego won each of the first three quarters to take an 18-point lead into the fourth quarter before calling off the dogs and still winning comfortably. Dillon Blain scored 18 points to pace the Red Raiders, with Kyler Alderson .

  • Rock Creek 55, Silver Lake 32

    At Silver Lake, the Mustangs held Silver Lake to just eight points in each of the four quarters to win handily over the Eagles in a Mid-East League matchup. Zach Nider scored 14 points to lead the Mustangs, with Carson Becker .





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