The Riley County High softball team’s season came to an end last Friday at Marion.
The Manhattan Optimist 10-and-under Starz softball team went 1-2 this past weekend at the “Bringin the Heat” tournament at Lake Shawnee in Topeka.
There will be a volleyball skills camp in Topeka on June 7, featuring guest coaches from across the midwest.
The celebration was mild, at best.
When the Manhattan High baseball team arrives at Hoglund Ballpark in Lawrence for its second consecutive state tournament appearance on Thursday, the team will see some familiar faces in the opposing dugout.
The Rock Creek softball team has been to state before, but this season, the Mustangs knew the path would be more difficult.
An official visit is all Wamego’s Kaylee Page needed to make her decision.
A number of area athletes competed in state golf tournaments around the state on Monday.
A year ago, the Manhattan High golf team took a group of two sophomores and three freshmen to state.
The Optimist Bullets 12-and-under fastpitch softball team was one game away from playing for the championship when severe weather forced the cancellation of the USSSA “Bringin the Heat” tournament at Lake Shawnee in Topeka this past weekend.
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