John Shelton recorded a hole-in-one on Thursday at Stagg Hill Golf Club.
FLUSH — Rock Creek had a new stadium on Friday night.
In the world of high school football, a stingy defense can take a team far.
After sweeping through pool play at the Hayden Invitational on Saturday, the Manhattan High volleyball team came into the semifinals as a top seed in bracket play.
At Concordia, the Red Raiders started slow but finished strong against the Panthers, scoring a pair of second-quarter touchdowns to build its lead while shutting out the Concordia offense to win comfortably.
At Randolph, the Blue Valley Rams scored early and often in their win over Marmaton Valley, which was called at halftime.
At Frankfort, the Wildcats defeated Veritas Christian in a blowout that lasted only three quarters, as quarterback Jake Rose accounted for four touchdowns in the win, three on the ground and one through the air to go with 190 rushing yards.
At Onaga, Valley Heights got its first win of the season in convincing fashion, beating the Buffaloes 60-16 after taking a 41-0 lead to halftime.
At Riley, the Falcons struggled to get much going against Silver Lake, trailing 21-0 at halftime and failing to score in the second half to ensure a shutout for the second straight week.
For whatever reason, the annual trip to Joplin, Missouri, for the Southern Stampede Invitational has coincided with tough running conditions the last few years.
The Manhattan Christian College volleyball team defeated Johnson & Wales (Denver) in three sets Friday.
The Anthony Middle School volleyball A team went undefeated on Thursday night at its home quadrangular in Manhattan.
The Manhattan High boys’ cross country team fell one spot to No.
The Eisenhower Middle School volleyball A team competed in a quadrangular this past Thursday at Anthony Middle School in Manhattan.
Behind a better night offensively and another solid defensive performance, the Manhattan Indians beat the Seaman Vikings 19-7 on the road Friday night.
The life of a backup quarterback is often a job without much glory.
On paper, Manhattan’s tilt with Seaman on Friday figures to look a lot like its game against Emporia last week.
Back in early July, Rock Creek’s football stadium looked a little bare.
Playing at home in picture-perfect weather Tuesday afternoon, the Manhattan High girls’ tennis team continued its winning ways with a quadrangular meet win over Marysville, Washburn Rural and Junction City.
Hosting its first meet of the season against Clay Center and Rossville, the Manhattan High volleyball team swept both matches in two sets to bolster its record and prepare for another tough weekend tournament.
With 10 days off since its last match, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team had the potential to come out a little bit rusty on the road against the Shawnee Heights T-Birds.
The Manhattan Christian College volleyball team defeated Central Christian (McPherson) in three games Monday night.
The Anthony Middle School eighth grade volleyball A team won twomatches in its first home action of the season on Monday.
The Flint Hills Christian School volleyball teams defeated Abilene Baptist on Tuesday.
The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade volleyball A team lost a pair of matches at Anthony Middle School on Monday night.
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