RANDOLPH — Friday night had the makings of a game that could have gone wrong for the Blue Valley Rams.
After taking a 48-0 halftime lead, Manhattan breezed past Topeka West on Friday night at Bishop Stadium, winning in a shutout, 76-0.
Playing in a dual with Junction City at City Park on Thursday, the Manhattan High girls’ tennis team won 6-3 to build momentum for Monday’s trip to the Centennial League meet in Emporia.
If you ask Manhattan High head football coach Joe Schartz about Jonah Webber, he’ll say there’s not a lot the senior can’t do on a football field.
Throughout most of the season, the Manhattan High girls’ golf team has relied on its top three golfers to earn medals at tournaments.
In the past, Manhattan High boys’ soccer coach Frank Alonso might have been more upset with his team after a low-intensity effort in a meaningful league match.
With just two short weeks until district games start, the Manhattan High football team has been working hard on fixing its biggest deficiencies.
The Manhattan High girls’ golf team battled through the second leg of its busy week on Tuesday in Lawrence, tying for fourth place in the Lawrence High Invitational.
The last time the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team played a match at Bishop Stadium, every pass, every deflection, every save mattered.
After a third-place finish on Monday in Emporia, the Manhattan High girls’ tennis team traveled to Topeka on Tuesday to compete in the 12-team Topeka West Invitational.
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