DODGE CITY — It was close, but not enough Friday night, as the Manhattan High boy’ basketball team could not overcome a poor third quarter, losing to Hays, 42-36, in the 71st Annual Tournament of Champions semifinal at United Wireless Arena.
EMPORIA — Manhattan head coach Scott Mall knows his team has the most success when it controls the tempo and the flow of the game on both ends of the floor.
In the third-place game of the Trojan Classic on Saturday, the Wamego boys’ basketball team couldn’t keep pace with the host Trojans after taking an early lead, losing 60-47 to fall to 1-2 on the weekend against a loaded field.
At Hillsboro, the Falcons gave up big runs to the TMP Monarchs in the second and fourth quarters in the fifth-place game at the Trojan Classic in Hillsboro to end the weekend with a 1-2 mark and in sixth place.
At Washington, the Mustangs fell in a close game to Hanover to land in the third-place game of the Twin Valley League tournament.
At Canton, the Mustangs took third place at the Canton-Galva midseason tournament with a win over the Derby Homeschool Invasion.
At Washington, the Rams closed out their week at the Twin Valley League tournament with a loss to Washington County.
At Hillsboro, the Red Raiders fell to the top-seeded Hesston Swathers to set up a game with Hillsboro for third place.
At Flush, the Mustangs got their first win of the season with a 49-30 rout of St.
After back-to-back team titles at the Blue Valley Northwest Husky Wrestling Invitational, the Manhattan High wrestling team traveled to Overland Park looking for a three-peat.
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