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  • Experienced MHS girls look to reload B1.12214.mhsbk.phatch

    Featuring the largest senior class in five seasons, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team has a wealth of experience returning from last year’s fourth-place team at the Class 6A state tournament. The team did lose its point guard and top scoring threat in the post, both of which create ...

  • Falcons, Mustangs named All Mid-East League

    The Riley County Falcons got several nods on the All-Mid-East League football list, while Rock Creek added three. The Falcons landed wide receiver Jackson Wagner, running back Garrett Staten and offensive lineman Dylan Moore on the first-team offense, while quarterback Brice Brummett earned honorable mention. Rock Creek placed running back ...

  • MHS swim team opens season today

    Manhattan High swim coach Jerry Carpenter knows the difficulty of replacing a talent like Cameron Beauregard. Beauregard, who went on to Kalamazoo College to continue his swimming career, led Manhattan a season ago while placing eighth in the breast stroke and the individual medley at state a year ago. But ...

  • MHS wrestling will feature young squad

    As the group prepares to open the season at Washburn Rural on Thursday, Manhattan High wrestling coach Robert Gonzales could only think of one time his squad featured so many young athletes. The year was 2008, and those eight freshmen starters went on to win a state championship three years later ...

  • Indians’ Fiser signs with Hutch CC

    After taking a visit to Hutchinson Community College, Manhattan High’s Molly Fiser was sold. The senior goalkeeper for the Indians, who is also gearing up for her final season of varsity basketball, made her choice to play for the Blue Dragons official Monday morning, citing the campus community in ...

  • Lambert named 2nd-team all-state

    Manhattan High’s Kirkland Lambert was the lone boys’ soccer player named Class 6A all-state, earning second-team honors Monday morning. The junior was one of Manhattan’s most dynamic forwards this fall, helping lead the team to the state quarterfinals and a 13-5-1 record. The Indians defeated Junction City ...

  • MHS’ Allen named coach of the year

    Manhattan tennis coach Joyce Allen was named the Class 6A girls’ tennis coach of the year Monday morning. In the final season of a 25-year coaching career, Allen took both of her singles players to state this season, with Cathy Lei taking eighth place and Kristen Fraley finishing in 11th ...

  • MHS football lands seven on all-league

    The Manhattan High football team had seven players recognized by the Centennial League’s coaches as all-league performers on Saturday, including four on the first team. Manhattan finished the year at 7-2, sharing the Centennial League title with Topeka High and Hayden while narrowly missing the playoffs, dropping back-to-back district ...

  • Manhattan’s Harkin wins tennis tourney

    Manhattan’s Daniel Harkin won a top regional tennis championship this past weekend in Topeka. Harkin won the boys 12-and-under singles title at the November Sweet 16 tournament. That event is a competition among the top 16 applicants from the five-state Missouri Valley section. Harkin, seeded third, won four matches to take ...

  • Cameron: Time to put 9th-inning drama to bed Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    Please, enough… Stop. Since you seem intent on keeping the World Series alive — endless emails, random strangers stopping me in the check-out line at Dillon’s, etc. — I’ve GOT to finish that ninth inning so we can get on with our lives. The daily question is simple: Shouldn’t ...

  • Indians land 6 on All-Centennial teams

    The Manhattan High boys’ soccer team put six players on the All-Centennial League teams, released this week by the coaches. The Indians had four on the first team, equaling the number of selections of Class 6A state runner-up Washburn Rural. Seniors Tyler Daveline (defender) and Jordan Disberger (midfield) were named ...

  • Steinbring signs to play baseball

    Jesse Steinbring found a great way to celebrate his 18th birthday on Wednesday. The Manhattan High right-handed pitcher spent a portion of his morning among friends and family, making his decision to pitch next year for the University of Central Missouri official. The senior, who threw a perfect game against ...










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