LAWRENCE — The scores hadn’t been tabulated, and the race hadn’t even ended yet.
In a tight game all night, Junction City managed to defeat the Manhattan High Indians in Friday’s regular-season finale at Bishop Stadium, 16-10.
After a third-place finish at regionals a week ago, the Manhattan High girls’ cross country team is looking at the state meet in Lawrence as the next opportunity to showcase a season full of improved times and scores.
TOPEKA — Soccer is not typically known as a game of buzzer beaters.
For six months now, the Manhattan High cross country team has had one goal in mind.
WAMEGO — For the second time in three weeks the once high-flying Wamego Red Raiders found themselves grounded, and then run over by a traditionally dominant Class 4A juggernaut.
RILEY — There was no shortage of big plays in the season-finale matchup between the Riley County Falcons and the Rock Creek Mustangs on Thursday night at Hal Prichard Stadium.
At Baileyville, after starting the year 5-0, the Blue Valley-Randolph Rams lost their last four games to end the season 5-4 and miss the playoffs.
At Frankfort, the Frankfort Wildcats ended their season by losing to the second-place team in their District in Hanover.
The Kansas Shrine Bowl Board of Directors has announced head coaches for the 41st Kansas Shrine Bowl all-star football game in 2014.
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