Sports

  • Blain scores his 1,000th career point Blain1000

    Growing up, Dillon Blain went to Wamego games to watch his neighbor, Lane Lindhorst, play. “I always dreamed to be like him and play like he did,” he said. Fast-forward about seven years. Blain, a senior on Wamego’s boys basketball team, knew he was close to scoring his 1,000th ...

  • MHS boys swim and dive starts 2017 with a win

    Increased effort for the Manhattan boys swim and dive team paid off on Wednesday. The Indians came out strong in its first meet of 2017, picking up its first win. The Indians recorded a dominant 422 points. Great Bend came in second with 332, Olathe South recorded 281, Olathe South had 193 and Junction City ...

  • Venables loves where he is

    Whenever people talk about the future of Kansas State football, the one that comes after Bill Snyder, they always mention a few of the same names. One of those names is Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables. Right now, he might be one of the hottest names in the country. But ...

  • Hudgins likes to help out on and off the court

    In middle school, Trevor Hudgins wanted to play the same way as the Harlem Globetrotters. In eighth grade, though, he learned to give a helping hand, and it’s paid off. Manhattan’s senior point guard broke the school record in assists on Friday and has 259 for his career. Hudgins ...

  • Big first half gives Mustang boys fourth-straight-win

    An 11-0 run to start the game for the Rock Creek boys basketball team ended as a 13-point win as the Mustangs (6-2, 4-1) beat Rossville (3-5, 2-1) to win its fourth-straight game. Everything started with Rock Creek junior Martin Vogts who scored the first eight points of the ballgame ...

  • Second-half collapse keeps Rock Creek girls from first win

    Though they led at halftime, the Rock Creek girls basketball team did not get its first win of the season, falling to Rossville, 50-40, at home Tuesday night. The 10-point margin was the smallest that the Mustangs (0-8, 0-5) have lost by all season, and it was the smallest margin ...

  • MHS boys basketball wins offensive battle with Shawnee Heights, 78-72

    It’s hardly ever boring with Manhattan High School boys basketball, and the Indians certainly made Tuesday night’s game against Shawnee Heights interesting. Manhattan (5-2, 3-1 Centennial League) beat Shawnee Heights, 78-72, in a high-octane contest that featured a career high in points from Indians’ point guard Trevor Hudgins. ...

  • MHS girls basketball stifles Shawnee Heights in 63-22 win

    There’s nothing routine about a win. Even when you have a bunch of them like the Manhattan High School girls basketball team. The Indians (7-0, 4-0 Centennial League) knocked off Shawnee Heights (3-4, 0-4 Centennial League), 63-22, at home on Tuesday night. Manhattan started off strong yet again, this ...

  • MHS girls bowling takes second, boys third at Hayden quad

    The Manhattan High School bowling team got its season rolling in a quad meet at Hayden on Tuesday. Head coach Robert Regan was happy with the girls team, which finished second with a 2,018, coming in second to Shawnee Heights’ 2,206. The boys team took third with a 1,884. Alex Newell had both ...

  • MHS girls move up, boys fall out of ranking

    The Manhattan girls basketball team moved up one spot to No. 2 in this week’s Kansas Basketball Coaches Association 6A rankings, while the boys team fell out of the top 10. This comes after the girls beat Highland Park, 74-30, while the boys fell, 49-38, to the Scots on Friday night. ...

  • After long wait, MHS bowling ready to roll

    After a long wait, the Manhattan High bowling team is ready for action. The Indians don’t have any seniors, but third-year head coach Robert Reagan said there are several promising freshmen. He added that there was increased interest this year. “Last year, they did pretty good,” Reagan said. “They ...

  • MHS wrestling wins J.R. Durham Invitational

    Manhattan High wrestling started 2017 off strong, winning the J.R. Durham Invitational on Saturday in Norton. The Indians edged out second-place Garden City by 3.5 points with 204 points to Garden City’s 200.5. Mason Wallace (145) was the only Manhattan wrestler to win his weight class. He pinned Cimarron’s Garret Walker in 49 ...










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