The Manhattan High bowling teams competed in the Shawnee Heights Invitational on Monday at Gage Bowl in Topeka.
When the calendar rolls to February during the high school basketball season, sometimes finding motivation to keep rowing the boat can be tough.
At Randolph, the Blue Valley Rams used a big third quarter to take a lead over rival Frankfort on Friday, and held on to win 51-50 at home.
Friday night’s rematch between the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team and Shawnee Heights started to look awfully familiar as the game went on.
While they improved over last year’s fourth-place finish, the Manhattan Indians didn’t have enough depth to challenge Washburn Rural at the Centennial League meet.
JUNCTION CITY — Last year at this time, the Manhattan High wrestlers was hoisting the Centennial League trophy over their heads in celebration.
Fresh off a sweep of Topeka West on Tuesday, the Manhattan High basketball teams return home tonight to host the Shawnee Heights Thunderbirds in a rematch from December.
Oftentimes lost in the shuffle of National Signing Day, ESPN crews and all-day recruiting specials, is the student-athlete.
With student-athletes faxing in letters of intent to schools all over the country, 11 athletes at Manhattan High School got in the action Wednesday morning.
TOPEKA — After four quarters of back-and-forth, intense battling between two evenly-matched teams, Tuesday’s ending between Topeka West and Manhattan in overtime proved to be quite unusual.
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