If K-State’s first series of the game was any indication, the 20th-ranked Wildcats were in for one heck of a long night.
Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014, Manhattan High School hosted Clay Center and Rossville High Schools for volleyball competition. MHS went undefeated winning each game 2-0 respectively.
On Monday afternoon, workers were laying down the last of the carpet, installing doors and wrapping up tile work. Furniture waited for placement.
The run is known for the colorful powder launched at participants during the race by organizers and by the runners themselves at the finish line.
On the Spot Improv offers students a chance to work as a team to make its audience laugh with their quick wit.
The MHS defense dominated in the red zone on the way to beating the Vikings, 41-13.
K-State dominated the first set, erased a nine point deficit in the second, and was blitzed in the third and fourth, before hanging on for the five-set win.
Wamego (1-0) finished the game with 15 different players touching the ball on offense, including 11 different receivers.
The historic limestone structure, a dignified two-story house surrounded by several outbuildings, is the latest project by the owners of Prairiewood Retreat and Preserve, Kail and Becky Katzenmeier.
The Cats can celebrate after a family reunion that ended far better than last year’s dud.
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