Sports

  • Washington County 49, Valley Heights 18

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights couldn’t keep up with Washington County on Friday, losing to Washington County, 49-18. It’s the third loss this season in which the Mustangs (1-3) have given up more than 40 points. Valley Heights will head out on the road next week to open district ...

  • Indians run hard at Rim Rock

    Each year, the Manhattan High cross country teams get a preview of what state will be like when they run the Rim Rock Classic in Lawrence. As one of the most difficult courses the team sees all year, amidst some of the toughest regional competition from Kansas and surrounding states, ...

  • MHS boys soccer whips Great Bend

    The Manhattan High boys’ soccer team’s offense was red hot for about five minutes in Saturday’s win 5-1 over Great Bend at Bishop Stadium. That’s all it took to take care of the Panthers, who allowed back-to-back goals less than a minute apart in the first half ...

  • MHS volleyball takes 4th at Seaman

    The Manhattan High volleyball team traveled to Topeka Saturday for the Seaman Invitational, taking fourth place after a 4-0 run through its pool. The Indians rattled off four straight wins, including a win over eventual-champion Hayden, to earn a top seed in bracket play, before dropping their next two matches ...

  • Mustangs pound Wabaunsee, 35-8 Rockcreek grouptackle.phatch

    FLUSH — The first two times Rock Creek touched the ball on Friday, it put the game away. Rock Creek opened the game with a 95-yard kick return touchdown from Nate Berard. And less than four minutes later, Alex Feldkamp blocked a Chargers’ punt and returned it 25 yards for a touchdown ...

  • Manhattan routs Scots, 54-0

    The Manhattan High football team scored early and often against Highland Park on Friday night at Bishop Stadium, running out to a quick lead in the first quarter and going on to rout the Scots, 54-0. The Indians dominated every phase of the game, taking a 42-0 lead to halftime ...

  • Manhattan youths to play at First Tee Open

    Two seniors at Manhattan High earned the rare opportunity to play in the 11th-annual First Tee Open in Pebble Beach, Calif., this weekend, televised internationally on the Golf Channel. The event pairs each of the 81 junior participants with a professional golfer on the PGA’s Champions Tour. Pierson McAtee and ...

  • MHS golf takes 2nd in Wamego

    Playing at the Washburn Rural Invitational at the Wamego Country Club, the Manhattan High girls’ golf team finished second place behind the host team Thursday afternoon. The Indians shot a 359 to finish one stroke ahead of third-place Shawnee Mission East. The Junior Blues ran away with the tournament, shooting a 333 ...

  • Stegeman leading Indians’ defense

    In 2014’s season opener against Shawnee Heights, Manhattan High football’s Luke Stegeman made the play of the game, helping the team snatch victory from the jaws of defeat in the final minutes with an interception at midfield that led to Manhattan’s 28-25, come-from-behind victory. His reaction was not ...

  • Washburn Rural tops MHS soccer, 3-1

    Going into Thursday’s Centennial League showdown at Washburn Rural, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team knew the Junior Blues were dangerous when running set plays. Cornerkicks, throw-ins and free kicks are all things Rural does extremely well, and that was ultimately the difference in Manhattan’s 3-1 loss. “It ...

  • MHS tennis drops dual to Lawrence

    The Manhattan High girls’ tennis team traveled to Lawrence Thursday for a dual with Lawrence High, losing 6-3. The Indians got singles victories from Cathy Lei, 8-2, and Kristen Fraley, 8-1. The pair also teamed up for the team’s only doubles victory, 8-5. Other than that, Manhattan struggled on ...

  • Indians looking to correct mistakes Mhs20.phatch

    All week in practice, Manhattan High head football coach Joe Schartz has preached at his team to become better football players. After narrowly defeating Hayden last week, 23-20, to stay undefeated on the year and claim a leg up in the race for a Centennial League title, the Indians are ...










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