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  • Rock Creek 72, Chapman 46

    At Chapman, in a game of two teams headed in different directions, Rock Creek slammed Chapman, 72-46. Rock Creek moved to 14-3 with the win, while the Irish fell to 1-13. Rock Creek led 22-14 after the first, and 40-25 by halftime. The Mustangs added 26 more points to their lead ...

  • Troy 60, Frankfort 48

    At Frankfort, a big fourth quarter from Troy led to a loss for Frankfort on Tuesday, with the Wildcats falling 60-48 at home. Troy (9-8) outscored Frankfort 20-7 in the fourth quarter to earn the come-from-behind victory. Lucas Adams scored 21 points and knocked down five 3-pointers along the way. Brett ...

  • Wamego 70, Clay Center 40

    At Wamego, thanks to a big second half performance, the Wamego Red Raiders beat Clay Center, 70-40, on Tuesday. It was a tighter game in the first half as the Red Raiders (8-9) led 11-6 after one and 30-20 by the break. But Wamego would outscore Clay Center (3-14) 40-20 ...

  • MHS boys rout Junction City

    Using a quick start and a strong second half, the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team won in dominant fashion, 94-65, against Junction City Tuesday night that was nothing like the January meeting between the schools. Manhattan earned the win in the first meeting, 35-32. The two teams had scored more ...

  • MHS girls rout Blue Jays

    Manhattan High started slow, but finished in a big way, routing the visiting Junction City Blue Jays 71-21 to stay undefeated in Centennial League play and also clinch the top seed at sub-state in early March. The Indians trailed 5-0 in the first quarter, but outscored the Blue Jays 33-2 ...

  • Manhattan to host Blue Jays tonight

    It’s not surprising Manhattan High assistant boys’ basketball coach Benji George might point to a lack of focus as the reason for the team’s current two-game slide in Centennial League play. The Indians played in three games last week, two of which came against tough opponents, while also ...

  • MHS boys’ bowling takes 2nd

    With more than a week off since their last meet, the Manhattan High bowling teams showed a little rust Monday afternoon at the Shawnee Heights Quadrangular at Gage Bowl. The boys’ team took second while the girls finished in fourth. “It was obvious today that both teams were rusty, maybe ...

  • MCC wins two

    The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team finished off its regular season this past weekend by picking up a pair of regional victories against Central Christian College of the Bible (Moberly, Mo.) on Friday and Baptist Bible College on Saturday. MCC defeated Central Christian 74-52 behind Alex Hammack and ...

  • Rock Creek wrestling competes at league

    The Rock Creek wrestling team was in Silver Lake for the Mid-East League tournament on Friday where the Mustangs finished in the tie for fourth place. Rock Creek looked strong after the first two rounds, jumping out to an early lead over the pack and slipping into second where it ...

  • MHS JV wrestlers take first

    The Manhattan High JV wrestling team took two teams out west to Lincoln this past week for a high school tournament among smaller schools, with the first team winning handily and the second team taking fourth. Manhattan’s first team won with 197 team points, with Lincoln taking second with 125.5. Stafford ...

  • MHS girls ease past T-Birds, still perfect in league

    Manhattan High girls’ basketball coach Scott Mall didn’t want his team to underestimate the Shawnee Heights Thunderbirds Friday night. Despite struggling to close out the game in the fourth quarter, his Indians did just that, beating the T-Birds 43-31 to stay unbeaten in Centennial League play and win its 13 ...

  • T-Birds get season sweep of MHS boys

    Minus the first quarter, Manhattan basically played Shawnee Heights even the rest of the night on the road. Unfortunately, the first quarter saw the T-Birds take an 18-8 lead in what was essentially the difference as the Indians lost their second straight game Friday night at Shawnee Heights, 69-58. Manhattan ...












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