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  • Manhattan girls medal two, take 4th

    LAWRENCE — In three previous runs at the Class 6A state cross country meet, Megan Ochoa has come home to Manhattan without a medal. She finally broke through Friday at Rim Rock Farm, finishing in 15th place in 15:49.8 to bring home a medal in her final race for the Indians, while ...

  • Wamego finishes district with blowout win

    At Nickerson, the Wamego Red Raiders celebrated their third state playoff berth by routing Nickerson, 63-10, on the road on Friday. With the win, Wamego got to 8-1 on the season and now turns its attention to hosting Clearwater (3-6) in a regional playoff game on Friday at 7 p.m. ...

  • Valley Heights 48, Jackson Heights 14

    At Blue Rapids, in a game to decide the district runner-up, Valley Heights stomped Jackson Heights, 48-14. Keaton DeWalt scored a pair of touchdowns, as did quarterback Gage Woodyard, while Elijah Smith added too and Logan Woodyard scored one. Valley Heights will be on the road on Friday to face ...

  • Frankfort 60, Blue Valley 14

    At Randolph, Frankfort dealt Blue Valley the final blow in a winless season for the Rams, winning 60-14 on the road. Frankfort finished the season at 5-4 and missed the playoffs, while the Rams lost all nine games this season. ...

  • Centralia 46, Rock Creek 13

    At Flush, Rock Creek had the misfortune of facing its district’s champion in the final game of the season, and lost 46-13. Centralia had all but wrapped up the district title before it traveled to Flush, and cemented in with a steady attack that put the game out of ...

  • Martin leads way in win over Rural

    TOPEKA — The Manhattan High football team got a career night from Chris Martin in a 45-23 win over Washburn Rural Friday in Topeka. Martin scored five touchdowns – four on the ground and one on a catch – while rushing for 212 yards on 30 carries. The Indians were in control from start to ...

  • Falcons make 12th straight postseason Rileyco4.phatch

    RILEY — Huddled around a radio broadcast, the Riley County coaches nervously awaited their playoff fate on Thursday night. The team took care of its end, thumping Marysville 40-7, but the coaches needed Minneapolis’ 29-12 lead over Washington County to hold in order to make the postseason. On the final play ...

  • MHS still misses Settembrino

    At most high school football programs, Manhattan High included, the success of a season rarely hinges on the health of a single athlete. There are star players, to be sure, but for the most part, teams that win at the highest level do so with a host of talent up ...

  • MHS soccer edges Red Demons, 2-1

    For the first time in program history, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team will advance to the quarterfinal round of the playoffs in back-to-back years after winning a regional championship in two overtimes Thursday night at Dodge City, 2-1. The Indians got a goal from Austin French, who headed home ...

  • Indians looking to end on a positive note

    On paper, the Manhattan High football team’s season-ending trip to Washburn Rural doesn’t look like a competitive matchup. The Junior Blues have just two wins on the season, a pair of romps over undermanned Topeka West and Highland Park. Rural has lost matchups against Hayden, Seaman and Junction ...

  • Position shift paying off for MHS’ Daveline Soccer2.phatch

    When Tyler Daveline first moved to defense last season for the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team, he wasn’t sure how it would go. A lifelong soccer player, Daveline had always focused his efforts on offense, but on a senior-laden team loaded with talent at forward and in the midfield, ...

  • Cameron: Royals have history on their side Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Your magic carpet ride is over, Royals fans. It hardly every seemed possible but, yes, you’ve actually reached that spot on the treasure map marked with an X. You’re here, but you’re not alone — and NOW you actually have something to lose. It’s ...










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