The 100th meeting of the Manhattan-Junction City rivalry had the look of a game from decades ago, as both teams played to their strengths and kept the ball on the ground.
Wamego High School hosted Concordia Friday night. The game came down to a final drive by Wamego who scored the game winning touchdown in the final minute of game play. Wamego is now 5-1 for the season. They will play Chapman next week.
The Riley County Police Department hosted a K-9 odor challenge for law enforcement departments across the state and some as far away as Iowa. The friendly competition tested the K-9’s skills to detect drugs and incendiaries. Over 20 teams joined for a speed challenge at the old Ray’s Apple Market Building.
After struggling against opponents’ service early in conference play, Wildcat liberos Kersten Kober, Gina Madonia and Sheridan Zarda helped K-State boast a 66-percent side-out rate against Iowa State.
Manhattan High School hosted Hayden at Cico Park. Manhattan won with the game winning goal coming with just 17 seconds left in regulation. Manhattan won 3-2.
The company moved into its new five-story building on the corner of Fourth Street and Pierre on Sept. 26.
The theater began its operations more than 100 years ago, and after being dormant for several years, was revived 20 years ago this year.
The 23rd-ranked Wildcats rolled up 533 yards of total offense — including a career-high 395 yards from quarterback Jake Waters — to pound Texas Tech, 45-13.
Rock Creek High School hosted Riley County Friday, October 3, 2014. After a slow start from both teams the score at half time was 14-7 in favor of Riley County. Riley County bounced back and launched several offensive drives resulting in touchdowns. Rock Creek never recovered. Riley County won 34-13. They are now 2-3 for the season. Rock Creek is now 1-4 for the season.
K-State traveled to Lawrence, KS for to face off against in-state rival KU. Both teams lost their opening conference games after starting off hot in non-conference play. K-State would prove victorious in 5 sets winning 25-19, 23-25, 14-25, 25-22, and 15-8. K-State improved to 14-2 for the season.
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