A number of local youth bowlers from the Manhattan area competed in the USBC state championship this past weekend in Olathe.
The Manhattan High boys’ soccer team had five players selected for the Class 6A all-state soccer teams in 2015, the most in program history.
The Manhattan High football team landed 13 players on the All-Centennial League teams released by the league’s coaches on Monday morning.
It may be another few years before Charlie Haney fully understands the scope of his accomplishment at Colbert Hills Golf Course earlier this month.
Daniel Harkin won a major regional tennis tournament, and two other Manhattan kids also turned in impressive finishes this past weekend.
The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade girls’ basketball team lost to Topeka Seaman last Thursday afternoon, 32-10.
The Red Raiders fought until the final whistle, but six turnovers doomed Wamego in a 55-14 loss to the Longhorns Friday night, ending Weber’s first season as coach and leaving Wamego with a 5-6 record in his first campaign.
The Manhattan High volleyball team ended its year with a return to the Class 6A state tournament, sending its seniors out with the opportunity to play in the season’s final weekend.
Not one, not two, but 14 world records.
When Manhattan High senior Madison Mittie began talking with coaches during her college recruitment, she had some help.
The Wamego girls’ basketball team turned out its third Division-I recruit in three years on Wednesday when Caitlyn Claussen made her verbal commitment to Southern Illinois official in a signing ceremony amongst family and friends.
The Manhattan High boys’ soccer team put seven players on the All-Centennial League teams released by the league this week, including three first-team selections.
Everyone wants to be the Kansas City Royals, who won the World Series with a young, athletic team that had a payroll of $128 million at the end of the regular season, 13th among the 30 big league teams.
Just a week ago, Royals fans were gearing up for the fifth game of the World Series — riding a dreamy high that exploded with a dramatic comeback victory over the Mets that same night.
Wamego outscored Clearwater 21-0 in the fourth quarter after trading scores in the third. The Red Raiders shut down Clearwater’s potent rushing attack led by standout Collin Ellis.
Manhattan High’s Macie Myers was one of six golfers named to the Class 6A all-state first team last week.
The Junior Blues’ defense held off Manhattan’s rally attempts in the game’s final 23 minutes, leaving the Indians one win shy of their goal to get back to state.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The world champion Kansas City Royals basked in the adulation of hundreds of thousands of ecstatic fans in a parade and rally Tuesday that nearly shut down downtown for hours.
The jersey that Eric Hosmer wore in the decisive game of the World Series is headed to the Hall of Fame. So is the glove Salvador Perez used, the spikes Lorenzo Cain laced up and the bat that third baseman Mike Moustakas took to the plate.
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The Kansas City Royals are World Series champions, and they’re donating several artifacts to the Baseball Hall of Fame for a new exhibit dubbed Autumn Glory.
NEW YORK — With one swing, Christian Colon earned his World Series ring.
Those bound-and-determined Kansas City Royals rallied yet again to beat the New York Mets 7-2 in 12 innings early Monday for their first championship since 1985.
NEW YORK — Matt Harvey demanded the ball in the ninth inning of the Mets’ biggest game in years, the biggest start of his career.
No question, this was a spectacularly good baseball team. You cannot go 22-9 over two postseasons and make back-to-back World Series appearances by accident.
NEW YORK — Salvador Perez took foul balls of his mask, collarbone and fingers, and the Kansas City catcher kept on bouncing back, like some indestructible test dummy.
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