Three teams, one spot.
The Wamego girls’ basketball team continues to pull down the top spot in the Class 4A Division I state rankings, according to the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association.
The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team won two games this past weekend to capture the Midwest Christian College Tournament in Moberly, Mo.
The Blue Valley Business Professionals of America, athletic department and booster club will be hosting the 14th Annual Youth 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on Saturday, March 15 at Blue Valley High School.
The Manhattan Wildcats sixth grade boys’ basketball team took first place in the Salina MAYB tournament this past weekend.
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team captured the Midwest Christian College Conference (MCCC) Tournament title over the weekend in Moberly, Mo.
Riley County’s Brianna Engle signed a letter of intent last week to continue her volleyball career at Manhattan Christian College next fall.
Around the Flint Hills, 11 wrestlers advanced to the state tournament on Saturday, with Rock Creek sending four, Riley County sending three and Wamego sending three.
TOPEKA — With basketball season still in full swing, Manhattan High athletic director Mike Marsh likely hasn’t begun seriously talking with any coaches about who will replace Tim Brooks as head coach of the boys’ basketball program.
TOPEKA — More often than not, by the time the fourth quarter rolls around, Highland Park is on cruise control.
Grant Guggisberg .
After more than a week since its last action on the mat and a trip to state on the line, the Manhattan High wrestling team put together a solid day from top to bottom at the Washburn Rural regional on Saturday.
It’s been five years since the last time a Manhattan High boys’ swimmer has reached the championship finals in each of his individual events at the Class 6A state swimming and diving meet.
RILEY — The somber mood that filled the gym afterward belied the fact that the Riley County girls’ basketball team clinched its fourth straight Mid East League title Friday night with a 41-31 win over Rossville.
Nicolas Wahl .
FLUSH — It was the Nate Berard and Trenton Smith show Friday night, but Berard’s Rock Creek squad prevailed over Smith’s Silver Lake Eagles, 73-58.
At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights forced overtime to beat Baileyville B&B at home Friday night, 68-59.
At Onaga, the Rams got 10-point scoring efforts from Megan Plummer and Shelby Peter to beat the Buffaloes on the road and win their second league game of the season.
At Frankfort, Washington County turned a 10-point halftime lead into an easy road win Friday night.
At Concordia, the Red Raiders won easily against Concordia, leading 38-13 at halftime and continuing to play strong into the second half.
At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs needed two overtimes to get past Baileyville B&B and earn the one-point win that clinched at least a share of the Twin Valley League title.
At Onaga, the Rams outscored the Buffaloes 19-7 in the second quarter to create a 14-point halftime lead that would hold up in the second half to give Blue Valley its fourth win of the season.
At Frankfort, the Wildcats took a one-point lead to halftime against Washington County, but were outscored 16-8 in the third quarter to create a deficit they couldn’t erase in the fourth.
At Concordia, the Red Raiders trailed by four points at halftime and were outscored in each of the final two quarters to lose on the road and fall off the pace in the NCKL title race.
TOPEKA — The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team battled all night, but couldn’t get over the hump against Highland Park on the road Friday night, falling 54-44.
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