Sports

  • Hesston 59, Wamego 45

    At Hillsboro, the Red Raiders fell to the top-seeded Hesston Swathers to set up a game with Hillsboro for third place. Hesston led by 11 at halftime and had a 17-point lead going into the final quarter. Wamego was led by Jordan Ayres with 10 points, while Anthony Gamino added nine and ...

  • Rock Creek 49, St. Marys 30

    At Flush, the Mustangs got their first win of the season with a 49-30 rout of St. Marys. Rock Creek outscored the Bears 13-3 in the second quarter to take a 15-point lead to halftime, while winning the second half by four to get the convincing win. Kayla Boltz led ...

  • MHS wrestling team finishes 2nd at BVNW invite

    After back-to-back team titles at the Blue Valley Northwest Husky Wrestling Invitational, the Manhattan High wrestling team traveled to Overland Park looking for a three-peat. Instead, the Indians battled some adversity, seeing a couple of injuries slow them down while taking second in the team standings behind the host Huskies. ...

  • Hays defeats Manhattan boys in TOC semis

    DODGE CITY — It was close, but not enough Friday night, as the Manhattan High boy’ basketball team could not overcome a poor third quarter, losing to Hays, 42-36, in the 71st Annual Tournament of Champions semifinal at United Wireless Arena. Manhattan will play in the third-place game on Saturday against ...

  • MHS girls squeak past Emporia

    EMPORIA — Just weeks after routing Emporia by 26 at home, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team squeaked out a 50-41 overtime win against the Spartans in the return game. Manhattan led 34-32 in the final seconds of regulation and could have expanded its lead, but instead Emporia got the ball back ...

  • MHS bowlers finish 3rd in Topeka

    The Manhattan High bowling teams each took third place at the Topeka West Invitational Thursday at Westridge Lanes. The Indians got one individual champion on the day, with Smit Thirakul winning on the boys’ side by rolling a 691 series. “The bright spot for the Indians was the first place finish ...

  • Three MHS baseball players sign LOIs

    Three Manhattan High baseball players signed letters of intent Wednesday morning to play baseball in college after their senior season this spring. Infielder Jacob Biller, pitcher Henry de Noble and outfielder Kellen Myers all made their college decisions official in front of a packed auditorium of coaches, friends and family. ...

  • Stephens lifts MHS past Heights in OT Manhattan-heights-toc.phatch

    DODGE CITY — Payton Stephens was a freshman the last time Manhattan High participated in the Tournament of Champions. A first-round loss two years ago sent the Indians to the consolation side of the bracket the next two days. Stephens made sure the Indians started their three-day trip in the western ...

  • Wamego survives against Hesston

    In the semifinals of the Hillsboro midseason tournament, the Red Raiders won the battle of unbeatens with Hesston, 47-45, on Thursday to set up an all-Flint Hills championship game against undefeated Riley County on Saturday. Wamego trailed by two after an old-fashioned three-point play by Hesston’s Caylee Richardson, but ...

  • Riley County 47, Hillsboro 37

    At Hillsboro, the Falcons overcame a slow start in the first quarter to lead by five at halftime and stay ahead of the Trojans the rest of the way to win and advance to play unbeaten Wamego in Saturday’s final. Madison Vargo led all scorers with 19 points, including four 3 ...

  • Valley Heights 55, Baileyville B&B 45

    At Washington, the Mustangs used a strong third quarter to overcome a three-point halftime deficit and win going away in the fourth quarter against Baileyville B&B in the semifinals of the Twin Valley League tournament. Brandi Roepke had a game-high 18 points, with Lesley Frohberg adding 15 and Cassidy Coggins ...

  • Troy 55, BV-Randolph 35

    At Washington, the Rams ended their week at the Twin Valley League tournament with a loss to Troy, hanging around through the first quarter but being outscored 19-9 in the second quarter to create a deficit Blue Valley couldn’t overcome. Monique Sandquist, Megan Plummer and Callie Webster led a ...












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