The Manhattan High girls’ swimming and diving only won two events at Friday’s Centennial League meet in Topeka at the Capitol Federal Natatorium.
TOPEKA — Kelsey Bradley, of Manhattan, has been named to the Washburn University Dancing Blues.
Each year at the Centennial League track meet, the names change, but the results stay the same for Manhattan High.
Compared to the rest of his Manhattan High tennis teammates, Jonathan Turnley is something of an elder statesman.
The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team wrapped up the regular season with a 1-0 win over Shawnee Heights on the road Thursday evening.
The Manhattan High boys’ golf team got a glimpse of the postseason golf landscape and fared well on Wednesday afternoon in Lawrence, taking third place with a 308 team score.
This is how senior nights are supposed to go.
The Manhattan High baseball team knew exactly what it was playing for against the Washburn Rural Junior Blues when it arrived at Norvell Field Tuesday afternoon.
Jake Lindsey almost walked away and got a real job, one that doesn’t involve hitting other people.
The Rock Creek baseball team swept Rossville on Tuesday to claim the Mid-East League title.
The 10-and-under Flint Hills Attack boys soccer team won the top division of the Nutmeg Tournament last weekend in Kansas City, Mo.
The Riley County Falcons traveled to Marysville and dropped a doubleheader, losing 3-0 and 5-1 against the Bulldogs.
Wamego track and field wins home invite Hosting five other teams from around the area, the Wamego Red Raiders swept their home track and field invitational on Friday, with the boys scoring 95 points to edge Abilene by six, and the girls’ team scoring 95 points to finish two ahead of second-place McPherson.
The Optimist Bullets gave an early gift to team mothers by winning the ASA Mother’s Day Spring Fling in Manhattan last Saturday.
Rock Creek lost both games of a twin bill with Silver Lake last week.
Just two days after sweeping Wabaunsee in dominant fashion, the Rock Creek baseball team split with Silver Lake.
It’s been a long time since the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team sent all six varsity players to the Class 6A state tournament.
Manhattan High softball coach Scott Mall planned to start each of his five seniors in Game 1 of Friday’s doubleheader sweep against Highland Park, but ended up only starting four.
The Manhattan High track and field team took it easy on Friday at the Salina Central Invitational, but still managed to come up with a team win.
The Manhattan High baseball team took care of Highland Park with ease on Friday afternoon in Topeka, winning a pair of five-inning games by the score of 11-0 in each.
The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team dominated from start to finish Thursday night against Highland Park, winning 11-0 in a game that could have been even more lopsided without the mercy rule.
The Manhattan High boys’ golf team took fourth place as a team at the Junction City Invitational Thursday afternoon at Rolling Meadows Golf Course.
Facing undefeated Seaman at Anneberg Park Wednesday afternoon, the Manhattan High softball team lost a pair of games to the Vikings, falling 4-0 in the first game and 9-4 in the second game, which was called after five innings because of lightning.
On senior day, the Manhattan High girls’ swimming and diving team didn’t get much of a challenge from the visiting Emporia Spartans on Wednesday.
Ron Tacha had a hole-in-one at Stagg Hill Golf Club on May 1, putting the ball in from 167 yards out on the par-3 No.
Get the latest news, weather and sports updates from The Mercury sent to your phone.