After a 10-day layoff from competition, the Manhattan High baseball team shook off its rust in a doubleheader sweep of Highland Park on Tuesday afternoon at Norvell Field.
The Manhattan High boys’ golf team took first place by a wide margin at Monday’s Topeka High Invitational at Lake Shawnee in Topeka.
Normally the more aggressive team on the soccer pitch, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team found itself on its heels much of the night against Hayden on Tuesday.
The Manhattan High softball team got its first sweep of the young season, winning a pair of games against Highland Park on Tuesday at Hummer Sports Park in Topeka.
In a rare Monday meet, the Manhattan High swimming and diving team took second place in a home triangular with Emporia and Hays at the KSU Natatorium.
After scoring five goals in a shutout win against Emporia Tuesday, scoring was hard to come by against Seaman for the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team.
With a grim weather forecast in Lawrence, officials at the University of Kansas opted to jam two days worth of events into one this weekend at the KU Relays.
After splitting the varsity squad last week between a pair of meets in Salina and Olathe, the Manhattan High swim team was back together on Wednesday afternoon.
Rock Creek’s junior varsity softball team slit a doubleheader on Tuesday, losing to Clay Center 2-0 before winning the second game 16-5.
The Manhattan High junior varsity softball team won both games of a doubleheader against Rossville on Tuesday.
The Rock Creek softball team outlasted Clay Center in the first game of a doubleheader on Tuesday, winning 6-5 in the bottom of the seventh inning.
The Rock Creek baseball team turned on the offense on Tuesday, winning games 16-1 and 18-8 over Chapman.
Tuesday wasn’t the most exciting night for Manhattan goalkeeper Molly Fiser and the rest of the Indians’ defensive players.
In the first game of its home opener with a new coach, the Manhattan High softball team could have easily suffered from a bad case of the butterflies against Rossville Tuesday afternoon in Anneberg Park.
Tuesday’s home quad offered head coach Joyce Allen the chance to get some different varsity players experience against other schools’ top competition.
The Manhattan High track and field teams traveled to Great Bend on Tuesday for a midweek meet against schools from the western half of the state, with the girls’ taking second place and the boys’ team in third.
The Rock Creek junior varsity softball team jumped out to an early lead on Abilene and captured a 13-0 victory on Thursday on the road.
Walter Barr had every reason to like Alaska. After all, the Manhattan native had finished in the top three numerous times at the Alaska Bodybuilding Fitness and Figure Pro-Am Championships in Anchorage.
Friday’s trip to the Topeka Relays marked the first big meet of the year for the Manhattan High track and field teams.
The Manhattan High softball team traveled to Topeka and lost a pair of games to Shawnee Heights on Friday afternoon, dropping Game 1, 5-1, before losing the second game, 9-2.
Manhattan swimming and diving coach Jerry Carpenter knows the Olathe Invitational is one of the deepest meets his team will see all season.
There’s no doubt Manhattan High baseball head coach Don Hess was happy with the way his team started both games in Friday night’s doubleheader with Shawnee Heights at the Eisenhower Baseball Complex.
Outside of a 10-minute stretch toward the end of the first half, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team played an even match against Washburn Rural in Topeka on Thursday. But the Junior Blues capitalized on a pair of Manhattan mistakes.
Playing in the Washburn Rural Invitational at the Wamego Country Club on Thursday, the Manhattan High boys’ golf team finished tied for second place along with Lenexa’s St. James Academy.
Chris Watson — the grandson of Manhattan’s Jack and Pearl Watson — has a lot to celebrate these days.
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