Friday night’s rematch between the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team and Shawnee Heights started to look awfully familiar as the game went on.
While they improved over last year’s fourth-place finish, the Manhattan Indians didn’t have enough depth to challenge Washburn Rural at the Centennial League meet.
JUNCTION CITY — Last year at this time, the Manhattan High wrestlers was hoisting the Centennial League trophy over their heads in celebration.
Fresh off a sweep of Topeka West on Tuesday, the Manhattan High basketball teams return home tonight to host the Shawnee Heights Thunderbirds in a rematch from December.
Oftentimes lost in the shuffle of National Signing Day, ESPN crews and all-day recruiting specials, is the student-athlete.
With student-athletes faxing in letters of intent to schools all over the country, 11 athletes at Manhattan High School got in the action Wednesday morning.
TOPEKA — After four quarters of back-and-forth, intense battling between two evenly-matched teams, Tuesday’s ending between Topeka West and Manhattan in overtime proved to be quite unusual.
TOPEKA — For the last three weeks, the Indians have leaned on Darby Price and Caroline Ballard to score and rebound with authority.
Staff reports At Frankfort, the Wildcats (10-7, 5-4 Twin-Valley) trailed by five heading into the fourth quarter, but outscored Valley Heights (11-5, 7-2) 22-11 in the final quarter to win 62-56 after playing from behind all night.
The third-ranked MCC women’s basketball team won two games this past weekend to clinch a conference championship.
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