RILEY — From the opening kickoff, Riley County just looked like the better all-around team.
The Manhattan High cross country teams will make their return to state next weekend after both teams finished as runner-ups at Milford State Park on Saturday.
At Nemaha Valley, Rock Creek scored just six points in the first half on Friday.
At Frankfort, the Wildcats snapped a losing streak on Friday with a win over Independence Home School, 58-0.
At Axtell, the Blue Valley Rams couldn’t keep pace with Axtell on Friday, losing 44-26 in a road game.
At Jackson Heights, Valley Heights had its two-game winning streak snapped on Friday in a 26-21 loss at Jackson Heights.
Manhattan High boys’ soccer team came away with a 3-0 win over the Junction City Blue Jays last night in Anneberg Park.
Filling the shoes of a great player is never easy.
Joe Schartz is hoping for focus this week.
The next two weekends are going to be busy ones for the Manhattan Marlins swim teams.
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