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  • Lanie Page powers Wamego to easy win

    SALINA — Mulvane used a pair of 3-pointers late in the first half to crawl back in the game and get within five points of top-seed Wamego before halftime on Wednesday night. But there’s a reason the Red Raiders are defending state champions. Showing no panic, the Wamego girls’ basketball ...

  • Rock Creek out in 3A quarters Rockcreek44.phatch

    HUTCHINSON — Trailing by four with a minute left in Wednesday’s Class 3A state quarterfinal at the Hutchinson Sports Arena, Rock Creek put the ball in the hands of its all-time leading scorer, who made a move to get past his defender for what would likely end in a layup, ...

  • Washington Co. routs Ellis in Class 2A

    The No. 3-seed Washington County Tigers fought back from an early first-quarter hole to blitz No. 6-seed Ellis, 64-44, and notch a win in their first-ever appearance in the Class 2A state tournament inside Bramlage Coliseum Wednesday evening. The Tigers (21-2) used a 7-0 run to turn a 17-12 Ellis ...

  • Jeff Co. North 53, Hillsboro 50

    The No. 2-seed Jefferson County North Chargers used 13 second-half points from senior Jacee Kramer to overcome a five-point halftime deficit and spoil No. 7-seed Hillsboro’s initial foray into the 2A state tournament. The Chargers (24-0) and the Trojans (18-6) played to a 13-13 tie through the first quarter before ...

  • Central Plains 47, Pittsburg-Colgan 38

    The No. 1-seed Central Plains Oilers got a game-high 20 points from sophomore guard Reagan Phelan to help advance to the semifinals with a 47-38 win over No. 8-seed Pittsburg-Colgan. After jumping out to a 13-8 advantage after one quarter, the Oilers (24-0) pushed that edge to 25-15 at halftime. The ...

  • Meade 61, Olpe 49

    The No. 5-seed Meade Buffaloes used a high-energy full-court press and a game-high 22 points from junior Bailey Olvera to advance past No. 4-seed Olpe with a 61-49 win. In a game featuring two 2A juggernauts, with the Eagles making their 12th straight state appearance, and the Buffaloes their fourth straight, ...

  • MHS girls roll to state semis

    WICHITA — The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team won their state opener 55-39 over Shawnee Mission West to advance to the Class 6A state semifinals on Friday. The Indians led 27-20 at halftime and had their leads up to double digits for a large portion of the second half, capitalizing on 17 ...

  • MHS, area teams ready for state runs B8.1514.rockwbk.2.phatch

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team had two main goals to start the season — win the Centennial League and get back to state. Check, and check. Now the season goes into uncharted waters. Despite creating new goals for their week at state, it would be easy for this team to ...

  • Rock boys beat Eagles for state berth

    SILVER LAKE — The Rock Creek boys’ basketball team beat Silver Lake for the third time this season, but the final meeting wasn’t much like the first two. After beating Silver Lake by an average of 22.5 points in the two regular-season meetings, Rock Creek went back and forth with the ...

  • MHS girls state bound with win over Firebirds

    It didn’t come easy, but the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team is returning to the state tournament. The Indians beat a scrappy Lawrence Free State team 48-39 in Friday’s sub-state final to advance to state for the second time in three years For senior Par McNair, who had ...

  • MHS girls take 8th at state

    The Manhattan High girls’ bowling team, competing against some of the state’s best competition, finished in eighth place in Thursday’s Class 6A state bowling tournament in Wichita. Manhattan finished with a 2,058 pin total, finishing ahead of only Wichita East. Olathe North won the team title with a 2,393, while ...

  • MHS girls beat Free State, return to state

    It didn’t come easy, but the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team is returning to state. The Indians beat a scrappy Lawrence Free State team 48-39 in Friday’s sub-state final to advance to state for the second time in three years. After trailing in the first quarter and going ...










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