With the regular season in the books and the postseason starting next week, some teams have a tougher road than others, with several teams finishing strong to earn a top seed, while others faltered down the stretch and will have to work that much harder to get to the state tournaments.
TOPEKA — Manhattan High coach Scott Mall knew his team would battle hard for rebounds against the taller, bigger Seaman Vikings.
TOPEKA — Tuesday night against Hayden, Manhattan High coach Tim Brooks was frustrated with a lack of effort from his team.
It’s safe to say Thursday’s snowstorm has done plenty to disrupt the end to the high school basketball regular season.
With double-digit snow totals all over the state, it’s hard to imagine state wrestling weekend going smoothly for anyone involved.
Manhattan bowling coach Chris George couldn’t put his finger on it.
The Manhattan Parks and Recreation Department held the seventh annual Hot Shot Basketball Competition this past Saturday at City Auditorium.
Mitch Munsen of Manhattan won the district championship free-throw contest sponsored by the Knights of Columbus recently, winning the 11-year-old division by making 23 out of 25.
TOPEKA — Manhattan High coach Tim Brooks knows late February is the worst time for a team’s focus to start to wane.
With weather playing a factor in the bowling postseason, the Manhattan High bowlers will end up with a quick turnaround after closing the regular season Tuesday at the Junction City triangular.
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