It was two days late, but the Manhattan High boys’ tennis team finally opened its season on Thursday at the Washburn Rural tennis invitational.
Manhattan High had three individual titles at state track last season.
While no team scores were recorded at Washburn Rural’s track meet on Thursday, that didn’t stop the Manhattan Indians from cleaning up in most events.
There hasn’t been a more successful area basketball team the past two seasons than the Wamego High girls.
With a senior dominated lineup, the Wamego boys’ basketball team was tough for many teams to solve this season.
Top to bottom, the Manhattan High softball team has plenty of experience returning to the diamond this season.
Manhattan High baseball coach Don Hess is ready to see his team in action.
Manhattan High swimming coach Jerry Carpenter knows the first meet after spring break is always a tough one.
When a team loses a sixth-place finisher at state in high school tennis, more often than not, regression is natural.
Along with nearly all of the spring sports this season, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team has struggled to get adequate practice time outside so far this year.
Coached by Gary Olds, the varsity boys basketball team in the local Christian homeschool organization CHIEF (Christian Homes in Educational Fellowship) won the small school division of the National Christian Homeschool Basketball Championship this past Saturday in Springfield, Mo.
The Dynamite competed in the March Madness tournament this past weekend in Topeka, winning both of their pool games and their first game in bracket play before losing to the KC Eclipse in the championship game.
Tonight’s Manhattan High girls’ soccer home game against Wichita Trinity at Anneberg Park has been postponed due to weather.
Manhattan High girls’ swim coach Jerry Carpenter knows his team only scratched the surface of its potential in its first meet of the year on Thursday.
It was hard not to be impressed by the Wamego High girls’ basketball team last week at the Class 4A state tournament.
For the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team under second-year coach Mike Sanchez, maintaining a level of excellence is the primary goal this season.
After a 10th-place finish at state that included 80 team points and four medals, the Manhattan High girls’ swimming and diving team gets its season rolling today and Thursday at Emporia.
With the state basketball tournaments around the state finished and champions crowned, it’s the time of year for awards.
CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio — The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team lost in the NCCAA Division-II National Championship to Maranatha Baptist, 56-53, on Monday night.
The Manhattan Area Technical College men’s golf team competed in its first-ever tournament recently, marking the first event in any sport at MATC.
The Smith Center Lady Red took charge in the fourth quarter and outscored Jefferson County North by five points to beat the Chargers 63-55 and win the 2A girls title at Bramlage Coliseum.
SALINA — In the end, it was fitting that Rikki Alderson and Lakyn Rowden were the last two Red Raiders to score in Saturday’s state championship win.
The Sterling Black Bears ended the first half strong and started the second half the same way in its 57-35 victory over Moundridge.
A strong first half kept the Wildcats afloat in their 71-68 win over Ness City.
A last-second layup by Republic County’s Trevor Allen tied the game at the final buzzer and sent the game into overtime where the Buffaloes outlasted the Meade Buffaloes 64-53 to claim the Class 2a state championship Saturday night at Bramlage Coliseum.
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