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  • Rock Creek shuts down St. Marys

    FLUSH — Head coach Jim Johnston’s Rock Creek boys’ basketball team used staunch defense to take care of an undermanned St. Marys squad, dispatching the Bears 57-20 in their opening-round sub-state matchup Monday night. “We’ve been really working on defense since the end of January,” Johnston said. “We weren’ ...

  • Centralia tops Frankfort, 47-40

    At Blue Rapids, the Frankfort boys’ basketball season came to an end Monday night with a 57-40 loss to Centralia in the Class 1A-Div. I sub-state quarterfinals at Valley Heights. The Wildcats trailed by nine at halftime and played an even third quarter before the Panthers pulled away in the ...

  • Manhattan senior signs with Reivers

    Rebeckah Weddle, a homeschool senior from Manhattan, recently signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at Iowa Western Community College in Council Bluffs, Iowa.  Reivers’ Head Coach Alicia Williams announced the signing at a ceremony attended by several coaches, friends and family at the Weddles’ home in Manhattan. ...

  • MHS girls’ bowling makes state

    Last season, it was the Manhattan boys’ team qualifying for the state bowling tournament in Wichita. This year, it’s the girls’ turn. The Manhattan girls’ bowling team finished second at the Washburn Rural regional in Topeka on Friday, qualifying the team to compete at the state tournament on Thursday ...

  • MCC women advance to national tournament

    The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team advanced to national tournament with a 44-37 regional win over Central Christian College of the Bible this weekend. MCC 21-17 at halftime before the Crusaders opened up a 13-point lead with six minutes to go.  Central did cut the lead back ...

  • MCC men fall at regionals

    The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team suffered a tough loss in the regional tournament this past weekend, falling to Central Christian College of the Bible, 48-44. MCC trailed 18-13 in the first half before closing the half on a 15-6 run to go into the break with a 28 ...

  • MHS announces spring practice schedule

    Despite basketball gearing up for the postseason, spring sports begin practicing today at Manhattan High. The baseball team will work with freshmen from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at the MHS East gym, while upperclassmen will be at the West Campus’ North Gym from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Softball will meet from 5:30-7:30 ...

  • Indians beat Topeka Seaman for league crown Spt 0345.phatch

    he Manhattan High girls’ basketball team has two primary goals for the season. Win the Centennial League, and get back to state. With Friday’s 47-38 win over Seaman, they’re halfway there. In a battle of teams with undefeated league records on senior night, Manhattan used a strong defensive ...

  • Stitt’s 12 points help MHS boys beat Seaman, 62-51 Mrc 1696.phatch

    With a 62-51 win over Seaman on senior night just a few minutes from completion, it was time for Manhattan High’s Alex Stitt to leave the court one last time. Before coming out of the game to a roar of applause from the crowd, Stitt dropped to the ground ...

  • Indians finish 6th at state wrestling

    WICHITA — Kian Clemens and Austin Chauncey followed similar paths to state championships Saturday at Wichita’s Hartman Arena. Each finished third a year ago at state, each came in riding a lengthy win streak and each faced off against a Wichita Northwest Grizzly to win it all. “They’ve won ...

  • MHS boys beat Seaman, host Topeka at sub-state

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team held on to beat Seaman 62-51 Friday night, earning home-court advantage against Topeka High in the first round of sub-state this Thursday in the process. Since Lawrence Free State lost, the Indians hold the tiebreaker over Topeka High and will host them. Manhattan led ...

  • Indians win Centennial League title

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team used a strong second half to beat Seaman and win the Centennial League title Friday night, 47-38. After trailing by five at halftime, Manhattan came out with all the momentum in the third quarter, scoring 10 straight points while holding Seaman scoreless for more than 4 ½ ...










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