The Manhattan Optimist Monarchs 12-and-under fastpitch softball team earned a 1-3 record this weekend at the rain-shortened “Bite Out of the Lil’ Apple” softball tournament in Manhattan and Wamego.
Down one run to St. Joseph Post 11 with two outs in the bottom of the fifth, Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers’ coach Steve Disbrow decided to roll the dice.
It wasn’t the debut Manhattan’s Jake “The Librarian” Lindsey was hoping for on Saturday night.
Things didn’t look good for the Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers on Thursday.
Two days after losing by 10 runs in their season opener, things didn’t go much better for the Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers on Thursday in the opening day of the Tournament of Champions.
In their only action of the weekend, the Manhattan American Legion Manko junior 17ers split a pair of games at the Tournament of Champions on Thursday.
Manhattan High coach Don Hess earned honors as Coach of the Year and junior pitcher Jesse Steinbring was picked as Pitcher of the Year by Centennial League baseball members on Tuesday.
The Bullets were in Topeka to compete in the Cap City Showdown this past weekend.
The Manhattan Optimist Monarchs 12-and-Uunder softball team competed in the Cap City Showdown in Topeka over the weekend, compiling a 1-4 record.
It was probably only a matter of time, but Wamego’s Lanie Page has decided to attend the University of Nebraska.
The final score of Tuesday’s season opener wasn’t all that mattered to Steve Disbrow.
When the Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers take the field tonight, it will be a little more than 48 hours since the team’s rosters became final on Sunday.
The Manhattan Optimist Moxie 18-and-under softball team opened this weekend with a pair of wins against Clay Center.
The Manhattan Optimist Sting traveled to Topeka for their first tournament and placed second in the Capitol City Showdown 18-and-under class A division.
The Manhattan Optimist Aftershock 16-and-under softball team opened their season with a second-place finish at the Ken Berry complex in Topeka.
Manhattan High placed two players on the All Centennial League Softball team, as chosen by the league coaches.
The Manhattan American Legion Manko senior 17ers will have a new look when they take the field for the first game of the season Tuesday night.
WICHITA — In a team race that came down to the final few events, the Manhattan High boys’ track team came up just short behind favorite Olathe East, taking second place as a team, while bringing home nine gold medals and winning three events.
LAWRENCE — After falling 3-1 to Maize in Friday’s Class 6A state baseball semifinal, the Manhattan High baseball team had about an hour to regroup and prepare for a consolation game against Wichita Northwest at Hoglund Ballpark.
TOPEKA — To be certain, the Rock Creek baseball team donned their rally caps sometime in the top of the seventh inning during Friday night’s Class 3A state championship game with Wellsville at Falley Field.
WICHITA — A season ago, Valley Heights finished as state runners-up with just two athletes competing at the state meet.
TOPEKA — When it comes to preparing for opponents, Rock Creek baseball coach Chad Herren says he would rather concentrate on his own team.
St. Thomas Aquinas claimed the Class 5A state baseball title on Friday with a 6-0 win over Blue Valley Southwest at Tointon Family Stadium.
Brittany Finney hit two home runs and Morgan Balderas added another as Bishop Carroll eased to an 11-0 win over Maize South in the Class 5A state championship game on Friday at the Twin Oaks Softball Complex.
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