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  • Cameron: Royals-Tigers split means very little right now Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — So the mighty, four-time division champ Tigers have come and gone. And what we do know? Anything new? Nah, because tough as it might be to accept in this age of instant gratification, baseball remains a marathon and not a sprint. No single game or single series ...

  • MHS tennis nipped by Olathe NW

    There are years when the Manhattan High tennis team is overmatched when it hosts one of the state’s top tennis programs in Olathe Northwest each year. Saturday’s dual with the Ravens was not one of those times. The Indians went toe to toe with Northwest, ultimately losing the ...

  • Blue Jays sweep Indians for first win in seven years Mhsbsb1.phatch

    For all but three innings on Friday night, the Manhattan High baseball team remained in its offensive funk. The result was a frustrating pair of losses to Centennial League rival Junction City at Norvell Field, the first coming in a 3-1 pitcher’s duel and the second in a shootout, 11 ...

  • MHS swimmers 3rd at Great Bend

    The Manhattan High girls’ swim and dive team took third place at the Great Bend Invitational Friday afternoon. The Indians scored 313 team points, finishing behind Newton (496 1/2) and Great Bend (421) in the team standings. Manhattan won two events at the meet, with freshman Luann Jung winning the 200 individual medley (2:26.74) and the 100 ...

  • Indians win at Seaman Relays

    The Manhattan High track and field team shook off the rust from more than two weeks off and managed to take both team titles at the Bob Camien/Claudia Welch Invitational track meet Friday afternoon. The Indians were forced to cancel the Manhattan Invitational last week over weather concerns, and ...

  • Indians take 11th at Hutch Invite

    In what figures to be a preview of sorts for the Class 6A state meet, the Manhattan High boys’ golf team took 11th place at the Hutchinson Invitational at Carey Park Friday. Carey Park is set to host the state tournament later this month, so the 6A teams in attendance ...

  • MHS softball sweeps Blue Jays

    The Manhattan High softball team won a pair of road games against Centennial League rival Junction City Friday evening, winning 10-5 and 14-4. The Indians needed a rally in the late innings to beat the Blue Jays in Game 1. Manhattan took a 2-0 lead in the second inning, but gave ...

  • MHS soccer beats Wichita Heights, 3-1

    The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team shrugged off a disappointing tie earlier this week by beating the Wichita Heights Falcons on the road Friday afternoon, 3-1. The Indians had plenty of scoring chances in the match but didn’t take control until the second half after taking a 1-0 halftime ...

  • MHS’ Epperson signs with Independence

    Through all his knee injuries and rehabilitation, Manhattan High baseball player AJ Epperson knew he wanted to keep playing as long as he possibly could. With his decision to play college baseball at Independence Community College next fall, he has the chance to play for at least two more years. ...

  • Rock Creek, Riley County split softball series

    Rock Creek and Riley County split a Mid-East League softball doubleheader on Tuesday, with the Mustangs winning the first game 11-1 before the Falcons won Game 2, 5-2. Rock Creek jumped out to an early lead in the opener, scoring 10 runs in the first three innings to built a large lead. ...

  • Optimist Rebels compete in Hutchinson

    The Manhattan Optimist Rebels 14U fast pitch softball team finished with a 1-2 record last weekend at the rain-shortened Battle of the Complexes tournament in Hutchinson. The Rebels opened pool play on Saturday with a 3-2 loss to the Krushers from Kingman.  Kylea Ricketts and Addison Gehrt recorded the ...

  • Optimist Xtreme win back-to-back tourneys

    The Manhattan Optimist 10U Xtreme took first place at a pair of softball tournaments in April, traveling to Independence, Mo., and Abilene in back-to-back weekends. The Xtreme took first Place in the Spring Spectacular in Independence on April 19. All games were rained out on Saturday and six games were played ...












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