The Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers opened postseason play today in the Class AAA Zone tournament in Salina.
Local youth golfers from around the area competed in the Manhattan City Junior Championship Thursday and Friday, with Cole Gritton bringing home the overall boys’ championship and Macie Myers winning the overall girls’ title.
Thanks to a final-round score of 71 Thursday, former Kansas State women’s golfer Gianna Misenhelter carded a three-round score of 219 to capture the Kansas Women’s Amateur Championship.
The 13-and-under Manhattan Dirt Devils captured the Midwest League USSSA A World Series championship, besting the Sharks of Overland Park.
The Manhattan Optimist 10-and-under XTREME placed fourth in a tournament in Augusta recently.
After an up-and-down regular season, the American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers are headed to state.
The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers moved another game closer to a state berth on Tuesday, defeating Junction City 14-6 in a run-rule victory in its second game at the Marysville single-A Zone tournament.
In a tournament of 19, the Manhattan Optimist Moxie placed second and went 6-2 on the weekend at the USSSA state tournament.
The Manhattan Aggies 10-and-under baseball team will be conducting tryouts this Friday and Saturday at Wilson Field in City Park.
Last year, when Manhattan High sophomore-to-be Mason Wallace went to Fargo, N.D., for the Asics/Vaughan Cadet and Junior Nationals, he was one of the youngest competitors in his division.
The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers won the opening game of the Class A Zone tournament in Marysville, beating Marysville, 7-3.
Manhattan High head football coach Joe Schartz will host the fifth-annual Future Indian Football Camp, July 21-25.
The Manhattan Aggies 10-and-under baseball team will be conducting tryouts on Friday July 18 and Saturday July 19 at Wilson Field in City Park.
The Manhattan Optimist Aftershock 16-and-under team finished their season at the USSSA State tournament in Kansas City.
The American Legion Manhattan Manko senior 17ers used a four-run fifth inning to pick up their fourth win at the Great Plains Shootout late Saturday in Topeka.
Manhattan High wrestling coach Robert Gonzales works year-round to make sure the Indians are among Kansas’ best teams on the mat year in and year out.
Even with our gritty Yanks eliminated in the round of 16 after all sorts of thrills and spills, TV ratings are expected to be surprisingly muscular here in the land where we alone refer to “futbol” as soccer.
The Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers opened Saturday at the Great Plains Shootout with a 6-5 win over the Salina Sliders at SCABA Baseball Complex in Topeka.
The 17ers bounced back with timely hitting and quality pitching. Grant Munsen made the start for Manhattan and pitched a complete game, allowing two runs on four hits with two walks and a strikeout.
After rain postponed Tuesday’s trip to Kansas City to face the KC Bullets, the two teams met up Wednesday evening, with the Bullets coming out on top 9-2 in a nine-inning wood-bat game.
Michelle Woods had a hole-in-one on Monday at Colbert Hills, using a 9 iron from 134 yards out on hole No. 11.
The Manhattan Marlins swim team will host the Missouri Valley Swimming District Championships West swim meet July 18-20 at the City Pool.
Anthony Middle School will have a football team camp July 16-18 — 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the school.
The American Legion Manhattan Manko junior 17ers lost a pair of games on the road Tuesday night to Emporia Post 5.
Moxie ended up going 1-2 in pool play and winning the lower-division championship going 3-0 in bracket play on Sunday.
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