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  • Frankfort girls defeat Blue Valley, 43-37

    RANDOLPH — After getting down 18-8, Blue Valley was able to regroup to push the Frankfort Wildcats to the brink. Even though the Rams lost 43-37, Bridgett Henry’s team is young and Friday’s finish was another tough learning lesson for Blue Valley. “I knew it was going to be ...

  • MHS boys beat Topeka High

    TOPEKA — Despite taking 22 fewer shots than its opponent Friday night, the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team managed to keep the Topeka High Trojans at bay and win 56-44 in the team’s second game without head coach Tim Brooks. Brooks’ suspension continued despite a meeting with school administrators Thursday afternoon. ...

  • MHS girls pull away late against Trojans

    TOPEKA — It wasn’t always easy, but the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team managed to pull away from Topeka High and preserve its undefeated mark in Centennial League play with a 45-30 win Friday night on the road. Manhattan used an 11-0 run in the third and fourth quarters to ...

  • MHS bowlers sweep at Sacred Heart

    The Manhattan High bowling teams swept the Sacred Heart quadrangular Thursday at All-Star Lanes in Salina, finishing first in both the girls’ and boys’ divisions. A hot start for the Indians proved to be enough despite lower scores in the final game of the afternoon. “On both teams, we started ...

  • Brooks meets with MHS administrators

    Six days after being suspended as head boys’ basketball coach at Manhattan High, Tim Brooks met with school administrators Thursday afternoon to discuss the allegations behind the school’s internal investigation of the longtime coach. Brooks confirmed the meeting took place, but declined to go into further detail. With Friday’ ...

  • Snow slows Indians’ signing day Mhs15-1.phatch

    With national signing day typically comes celebrations among family and friends, as well as visits from coaches old and new as each student signs their name on the dotted line and solidifies their future plans. While the eight students scheduled to sign letters of intent at Manhattan High today will ...

  • Both MHS teams finish 2nd at home Kateimer.phatch

    In the final home tournament of the season, the Manhattan High bowling teams each took second place Monday afternoon at Little Apple Lanes. In the four-team event, Washburn Rural finished first in both divisions. On the boys’ side, Manhattan finished with a team score of 2,617, just 17 pins short of Rural’ ...

  • Royals caravan to the area cancelled

    The last leg of the Kansas City Royals caravan, scheduled for Manhattan and Fort Riley today, has been canceled due to the impending winter weather in the area. The “Salute to the Military” trip was scheduled to visit future and current members of the military in the area. ...

  • Two win district tennis titles

    Daniel Harkin and Brett Seaton of Manhattan won championships in both singles and doubles in the Kansas District Tennis Championships this past weekend in Wichita. Harkin won the title in boys’ 12-and-under singles with a 6-1, 6-0 win in the finals over Soumali Vesali of Wichita. He had made it ...

  • MCC women ease to victory

    The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team had no trouble with Grace University last Friday night, easing to a blowout 82-42 victory at home. MCC led 50-22 at halftime. The Crusaders (17-3) had three players in double figures, including Libby Witte, who finished with a double-double of 22 points and 12 ...

  • Wamego still No. 1 in 4A

    The Wamego girls are still the top-ranked team in Class 4A-Division I, according to the latest Kansas Basketball Coaches Association (KBCA) poll released Monday, while the Riley County girls checked in at No. 2 in 3A. Valley Heights is No. 2 in 1A-Division I, while Manhattan’s girls are No. 4 in 6A. ...

  • MCC men split weekend games

    MCC men split weekend games The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team split a pair of games this past weekend, losing to Grace University on Friday and then defeating Hillsdale College on Saturday — both in Manhattan. Grace beat the Crusaders, 75-69, to end MCC’s six-game winning streak. Spencer ...










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