It was a nice start to the season for Wamego on Thursday, as both teams opened with home victories over Rossville.
At Randolph, the season got off to a slow start for the Blue Valley Rams on Thursday, as they opened the season with a 65-37 blowout loss to Washington County.
At Hays, Riley County opened with a tough task at the Hays City Shootout, falling in the first round, 79-37.
At Hays, Madison and Makayla Vargo combined for 26 points as Riley County won its opening game of the Hays City Shootout 54-27 over host-team Hays.
At Randolph, Washington County proved to be too much for Blue Valley on Thursday, as the Rams got smacked, 62-31.
At some point during the upcoming basketball season, Manhattan High head boys’ basketball coach Tim Brooks expects to have some decent depth when he looks to his bench.
The Manhattan High boys’ swimming and diving team opened up the season with a second-place finish at the Topeka West Invitational on Wednesday, finishing behind league foe Washburn Rural.
Perhaps the biggest adjustment this year’s Manhattan High girls’ basketball team will make is learning to play without Elayna Spilker.
A year after fielding a record-sized boys’ swimming and diving team, Manhattan High swim coach Jerry Carpenter is down to around 30 athletes this winter.
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team picked up its fourth win of the season Tuesday night, defeating Barclay College 74-64 in Manhattan.
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