Friday’s rivalry matchup against Junction City felt like deja-vu for the Manhattan High football team.
LAWRENCE — With a sixth-place finish and a pair of individual medals in the Class 6A girls’ race, the Manhattan High girls’ cross country team made their coach proud on Saturday at Rim Rock Farm.
It wasn’t the storybook ending the team was hoping for, but the Manhattan High volleyball team had no reason to hang their heads after a tough series of matches at the Class 6A state tournament in Topeka on Friday.
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.
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