At Onaga, Hanover jumped out to a 19-point halftime lead before slowing down in the second half in a consolation game victory over Blue Valley at the Twin Valley League tournament.
The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team won its second meeting of the season with Great Bend, 51-33, on the road Tuesday night.
Manhattan won 72-57 earlier this year, but was tested by the Panthers for a half before the Indians pulled away late in the third quarter.
The Twin-Valley League tournament is in full swing at Onaga this week after getting started on Saturday and continuing Monday.
ALMA — Wabaunsee’s duo of senior Cara Flach and freshman Karsen Schultz proved to be too much for the Rock Creek girls’ basketball team to handle Friday night in its 65-48 loss.
In a 57-28 win over Highland Park, the Indians let defense fuel their offense as they turned a tight game in the first half into a blowout with a strong third quarter Friday night on the road.
At Marysville, Wamego got a big performance out of senior Lanie Page on Friday night in a 57-43 win over Marysville.
At Silver Lake, a bad third quarter plagued Riley County in a 54-47 loss to Silver Lake on Friday.
At Marysville, Eli Miller had a nice night for the Red Raiders as one of four players in double figures in a 72-45 win at Marysville.
At Silver Lake, Silver Lake used a big second quarter and finished strong in the fourth to beat Riley County, 49-32, on Friday.
The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team went to a 3-2 zone early and often against the Scots in Friday night’s 46-36 win, the first time the team has won in the Highland Park gym since 2008.
The Manhattan wrestling team traveled to Newton for its first two-day, large-scale tournament of 2015, taking fifth place at the 52nd annual Newton Tournament of Champions on Saturday.
TOPEKA — The Manhattan High boys’ basketball rallied and held on to beat Highland Park, 46-36, on Friday night.
TOPEKA — The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team overcame a slow first half, outscoring Highland Park by 21 in the third quarter to win 57-28 Friday night.
Manhattan is 6-1 but has yet to be tested against the league’s top teams. Friday that will change.
Playing in its second Baker tournament of the season, the Manhattan High girls’ bowling team took first place in Topeka on Tuesday, edging second-place Seaman by 33 pins.
Manhattan (6-1, 3-1 Centennial) was in control from start to finish against Rural, leading big at halftime and piling it on in the fourth quarter as the Indians’ full-court defense wore down the Junior Blues.
The Washburn Rural girls’ basketball team is not a squad with a reputation for shooting — or making — a lot of 3-pointers this season. Against Manhattan Tuesday night, the Junior Blues certainly looked capable.
At St. Marys, the Riley County boys used a big third quarter to overcome a slight halftime deficit and beat St. Marys 50-36 on Tuesday.
At Frankfort, the Wildcats scored two points in the second quarter and couldn’t recover in a 50-36 loss to Centralia at home.
At Clyde, Valley Heights held Clifton-Clyde to four points in the third quarter on Wednesday, on the way to a 62-39 win.
At Wamego, the Red Raiders overcame an early deficit to win 56-48 against Jefferson West on Wednesday.
At Randolph, Axtell outscored the Blue Valley Rams by 30 in the first half to ease to a 66-24 win.
At Flush, Rossville used a big fourth quarter to pull away from and beat Rock Creek on Wednesday.
At Clyde, Valley Heights held on to win against Clifton-Clyde on Wednesday, 40-39.
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