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  • Hayden beats MHS boys, 54-46

    TOPEKA—The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team lost on the road, 54-46, Tuesday night to the Hayden Wildcats. After trailing most of the first half, the Indians rallied in the third quarter, tying the score and even taking a one-point lead heading into the fourth period. But in the fourth, ...

  • MHS girls hand Hayden first loss

    TOPEKA—The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team handed the Hayden Wildcats their first loss of the season Tuesday night, winning a nailbiter 51-49 on the road. Manhattan’s Savannah Roberts hit the winning free throws after being fouled under the basket with 3 seconds left in the fourth quarter. Hayden’s ...

  • Indians face big road test at Hayden

    While the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team got its toughest test of the season against Shawnee Heights last Friday, the girls’ team won in a rout. The girls’ test comes tonight with a trip to play undefeated Hayden on the road at 6:15 p.m. The two teams have just one ...

  • Rock Creek takes sixth

    The Rock Creek wrestling team traveled to Burlington on Saturday with a new look to its team. After wrestling the first semester without three seniors — Marc Reiss Justin Ward, and Jesse Correll — all were back on the mat this last weekend. Rock Creek jumped out to a strong start by ...

  • MCC men beat Baptist Bible

    The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team went on the road Saturday and defeated Baptist Bible College, 87-65. MCC got off to a strong start and opened up a 23-13 lead midway through the first half. Baptist Bible, however, put together an 18-6 run to take a 31-29 lead. ...

  • Page sisters carry Wamego to rout

    WAMEGO — Concordia pushed the pace and attacked the defending Class 4A state champion Wamego on Friday night, but the Red Raiders were still too much for the visiting Panthers — keeping their perfect season intact with a decisive 56-19 rout at home. Lanie and Kaylee Page led the way for the ...

  • Red Raiders edge Concordia, 69-61

    WAMEGO — Jay-Z’s song “On to the Next One” blared from the Wamego locker room after the Red Raiders’ 69-61 home victory over Concordia on Friday night. It was a fitting anthem for Wamego, which bounced back from a nonconference loss to Rock Creek a week ago to improve to 3 ...

  • Bowling looking to return to state

    The Manhattan High boys’ bowling team kicked off the start of its season by traveling to Wichita to compete in Bishop Carroll’s annual invitational to start the year using the Baker format for scoring. The boys finished in sixth place out of the 26 teams represented, just narrowly missing the ...

  • Manhattan wrestling team wins Salina Invitational

    Behind nine medalists, five in the finals and two individual champions, the Manhattan High wrestling team won the 24th annual Salina South Invitational on Saturday, finishing ahead of rival Junction City. Manhattan’s two champions were freshman Mason Wallace at 120 and senior Erick Sanchez at 145, both of which won the ...

  • Rock Creek boys hand Silver Lake first loss of the season

    At Silver Lake, the Mustangs used a dominant third quarter, outscoring previously unbeaten Silver Lake 32-13, to win running away Friday night, 71-41. Rock Creek got big minutes off the bench from Nate Berard, who scored 21 points, while Carson Becker added 15 and Ryan Schneider and Jared Garcia each adding 13. Rock ...

  • Rossville 47, Riley County 34

    At Rossville, the Riley County Falcons ran out of gas in the fourth quarter, with the Bulldogs blanking the Falcons 10-0 in the final quarter to pull away and win. Riley County took a four-point lead after the first quarter but fell behind in the second to trail by six ...

  • Axtell 52, Frankfort 41

    At Frankfort, the Eagles pulled out the road win behind strong second and third quarters, leading 25-13 at halftime and 42-25 after three. Brett Kenworthy led Frankfort with 13 points, with Lucas Adams chipping in eight. Frankfort travels to Centralia on Tuesday. ...












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