Sports

  • MHS JV tennis wins at league meet

    The Manhattan High JV boys’ tennis team won the Centennial League meet, edging Emporia by three points for the team title at Hayden on Tuesday. Manhattan scored 36 points, beating out second-place Emporia at 33 points. Rural was third with 32 points. At No. 1 singles, freshman Abdul Naeem drew the No. 8 seed, but ...

  • MHS soccer eases past Grizzlies, 3-0

    The Manhattan High girls’ soccer team traveled to Wichita for the second time in less than a week, this time for a match with Wichita Northwest on Tuesday evening. The Indians won 3-0, while dominating possession of the ball and outshooting the Grizzlies, 17-4. With the wind gusting from the ...

  • Martinez signs with Sterling

    Manhattan High senior Athen Martinez made his college choice official last week, signing a letter of intent with Sterling College to play baseball in a ceremony at Manhattan High’s West Campus. Martinez said his visit to Sterling put the Warriors at the top of his list of schools. “The ...

  • Rock Creek JV softball finishes season 11-5

    The Rock Creek junior varsity finished its season on Monday with a sweep of Hiawatha, winning the games 15-0 and 18-0. Jayden Weers and Saige Biedenbender each pitched shutout wins for the Mustangs, while the offense put up big numbers behind it. The Mustangs had nine hits in the first ...

  • Riley County softball splits with St. Marys

    The Riley County softball team hosted the St. Marys Bears on Tuesday night, splitting the doubleheader. Riley County won the first game 8-4 and lost the second game, 14-13. Heidi Prockish started in the circle and earned the win with relief from Makayla Tegtmeier.  Kerrigan Simons handled the catching ...

  • Rock Creek softball sweeps Wabaunsee

    The Rock Creek softball team swept Wabaunsee on Tuesday, beating the Chargers 11-1 and 13-2. The Mustangs got off to a slow start in the first game, scoring one run in the first, but not scoring again until the seventh inning when they piled on 10 runs. In the seventh inning ...

  • MHS tennis takes 4th at league meet

    Facing some of the toughest competition it’s seen this season, the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team finished in fourth place at the Centennial League tennis meet Monday afternoon. Hayden successfully dethroned Washburn Rural, which had won the tournament 18 seasons in a row, by a narrow two-point margin, scoring 76 team ...

  • Indians’ Woods finishes 3rd Woods.phatch

    After a solid round at Monday’s Centennial League golf meet at the Stagg Hill Golf Club, David Woods found himself struggling three shots into his playoff with Washburn Rural’s Lukas McCalla for third place. That’s when one shot turned everything around. The senior chipped in from more ...

  • Bullets third in Manhattan Spring Slam

    The Optimist Bullets played in the USSSA Manhattan Spring Slam this weekend. The Bullets would go 3-2 for the event, losing twice to the tournament champion. The team clinched third place for their hard efforts. In pool play the Bullets extended their season winning streak to six games with a 4 ...

  • Rock Creek baseball plays Clay Center, Riley County

    The Rock Creek baseball team played four games over the weekend, sweeping Clay Center on Friday before splitting with Riley County on Saturday. The Mustangs played at Clay Center on Friday, winning the first game 10-3 and the second one 14-1. Zach Nider took the win in the first game, ...

  • Manhattan Titans win tournament

    The 12-and-under Manhattan Titans competed in the AAA Invitational at Bettis Sports Complex in Topeka over the weekend and ended up coming home with the championship. The Titans beat the Topeka Golden Giants 7-1, Building Champions 8-5, and the KC Storm 7-3. The Titans only loss in pool play was ...

  • Rock Creek JV softball sweeps Riley County

    The Rock Creek junior varsity softball team played a doubleheader at Riley County on Friday, winning the games 4-3 and 8-0. The Mustangs led 4-0 heading into the bottom of the fourth in Game 1 when Riley County started making a comeback. Rock Creek was able to hold on for the ...












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