One led his team on the football field, accounting for 34 touchdowns, while the other led his team from the sidelines, winning eight games and capturing another Centennial League.
A night full of turnovers made Manhattan’s matchup against Dodge City a blowout from the opening tip, as the Indians turned a 21-2 lead in the first quarter into a 55-37 win on the road Friday night.
It took an entire half of basketball to figure it out, but once they did, the Indians finished their game against Dodge City strong, outscoring the Red Demons by 16 in the second half to turn a close game at halftime into a blowout in the 49-30 win.
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For Manhattan High athletic director Mike Marsh, finding non-league basketball games can be a chore.
The Eisehower and Anthony Middle School eighth grade girls’ teams faced off on Tuesday, with Anthony winning the A team game 32-31.
The semifinalists for the Hoop Holler ‘N Shoot compeition have been announced after they won compeititons at their schools.
At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs (2-0) dominated Junction City’s St.
At Flush, the Mustangs struggled against the Cowgirls to move to 0-2 on the season, while Abilene remained undefeated at 2-0.
At Randolph, the Rams (0-4) continued a tough start to the season against the fourth-ranked Linn Bulldogs, hanging tough before halftime only to see Linn take over in the second half.
At Flush, the Mustangs (1-1) went back and forth with 10th-ranked Abilene (2-0) all night long, trailing by just one point after each of the first two quarters before seeing the Cowboys take a 48-41 lead after three.
At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs (2-0) made quick work of Junction City’s St.
At Randolph, the Rams (1-3) fell to Linn at home.
WAMEGO — At halftime of Tuesday’s game against Nemaha Valley, the Wamego girls’ basketball team found itself in an uncommon position.
WAMEGO — The way the Wamego boys’ basketball team played in the first quarter, it would have been easy for the Red Raiders to throw in the towel.
The Rock Creek wrestling team opened its season on Dec.
Four area girl’s teams and one boys’ team are ranked in the latest KBCA rankings.
The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team defeated Union College last night 93 to 61.
At Hays, the Riley County girls won the Hays Shootout Saturday with a dominant win over the Great Bend Panthers in the championship game, 74-53.
At Randolph, the Rams lost to Pike Valley on Saturday, capping a tough three-game stretch at home this weekend.
At Hays, the Riley County boys won the seventh-place game at the Hays Shootout to cap its weekend with a victory after a pair of losses to open the season.
At Randolph, the Rams got their first win of the season on Saturday, defeating Pike Valley in a game that saw Blue Valley take an early lead only to relinquish it by halftime, trailing 29-25 at the break.
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team split a pair of weekend games in Nebraska.
The third-ranked MCC women (6-2) rolled over Grace University, 92-39, Friday in Omaha.
The Manhattan Wildcats 6th grade boys basketball team took first place in the Abilene Invitational Tournament this past weekend.
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