At Frankfort, the Frankfort Wildcats held on to win 45-40 over Troy on Tuesday.
At Riley, Council Grove moved to 18-0 on the season on Tuesday with a 48-38 win over Riley County.
At Chapman, in a game of two teams headed in different directions, Rock Creek slammed Chapman, 72-46.
At Frankfort, a big fourth quarter from Troy led to a loss for Frankfort on Tuesday, with the Wildcats falling 60-48 at home.
At Wamego, thanks to a big second half performance, the Wamego Red Raiders beat Clay Center, 70-40, on Tuesday.
Using a quick start and a strong second half, the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team won in dominant fashion, 94-65, against Junction City Tuesday night that was nothing like the January meeting between the schools.
Manhattan High started slow, but finished in a big way, routing the visiting Junction City Blue Jays 71-21 to stay undefeated in Centennial League play and also clinch the top seed at sub-state in early March.
It’s not surprising Manhattan High assistant boys’ basketball coach Benji George might point to a lack of focus as the reason for the team’s current two-game slide in Centennial League play.
With more than a week off since their last meet, the Manhattan High bowling teams showed a little rust Monday afternoon at the Shawnee Heights Quadrangular at Gage Bowl.
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team finished off its regular season this past weekend by picking up a pair of regional victories against Central Christian College of the Bible (Moberly, Mo.
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