A season ago, Manhattan High football player Brandon Nowlin was the only junior starter on a senior-laden offense line.
Manhattan Thunder sixth grade boys basketball team will be conducting a tryout on Sunday, Oct.
Wamego boys win NCKL cross country meet The Wamego boys’ cross country team won the NCKL title by 25 points on Thursday in Abilene.
If the Manhattan High football team wants to win a share of the Centennial League championship, they’ll have to defeat one of the toughest teams on its schedule.
When Wamego High’s Kaylee and Lanie Page start their quest for a Class 4A state doubles title this Friday in Topeka, they will also be protecting their unscathed 2013 record.
A year ago, the Manhattan High girls’ tennis team sent two of its six varsity players to the state tournament.
The Flint Hills Christian School split a pair of matches last Friday, beating Victory Christian (29-27, 25-27, 26-24) and losing to the Heritage Christian (14-25, 9-25).
The Manhattan Christian College volleyball team picked up a big road win on Wednesday, defeating Central Christian College in McPherson (25-15, 25-20, 25-15).
The Manhattan Marlins swim team is hosting its annual Monster Splash meet this Saturday and Sunday at the K-State natatorium.
Colbert Hills Golf Course had two hole-in-ones on Sunday.
Playing its last non-league game of the year, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team got its shot at one of the top teams in Class 6A in a matchup with Wichita Northwest.
A year after losing 24-6 in the Little Apple Bowl to Eisenhower Middle School at Bishop Stadium, the Anthony Middle School Tornadoes turned the tables on the Eagles and won 16-12 in the annual showdown between Manhattan’s two middle schools.
With just one more set of matches next week before sub-state, every win and loss becomes more important for the Manhattan High volleyball team.
Other than a different course and some poor golf weather, Monday’s girls’ golf regional at Wichita’s Clapp Golf Course shook out much the same way it did last year.
TECUMSEH — If you only watched the second half of Friday’s football game between Manhattan High and Shawnee Heights, you might wonder why the Indians are a one-loss team and the T-Birds have just one win.
With the announcement of new football districts for the 2014-15 seasons, the rest of the football schedule was also released this week.
WAMEGO — Quarterback Kyler Alderson did a little bit of everything in leading his high-flying Red Raiders (6-0) to their second consecutive NCKL title with a 42-0 blowout win over Clay Center (4-2) Friday night.
It was a day filled with ups and downs for the Manhattan High girls’ tennis team playing in the Topeka tennis regional on Saturday.
For the second time this season, the Manhattan High volleyball team went undefeated in pool play during a Saturday tournament to earn a top seed in bracket play.
In St Marys, Riley County completed a furious second-half comeback on the road, turning a 24-0 halftime deficit into a 44-40 win behind a 30-point third quarter.
In Stilwell, Rock Creek may have started an hour late, but the change in routine didn’t keep the Mustangs from earning their first win of the season.
In Blue Rapids, the Mustangs lost a low-scoring affair with Troy (4-2), despite taking a 6-0 lead to halftime.
In Frankfort, the Wildcats (1-4) struggled against Baileyville (5-1), trailing 38-6 after one quarter en route to a 54-6 loss.
In Beloit, Blue Valley dropped its first game of the year against St Johns-Tipton (6-0) in a game that was called near the end of the third quarter.
TECUMSEH — Manhattan rode the mistakes of Shawnee Heights to a 31-6 first half lead and fought off the T-Bird comeback in the second half to win 41-24 on the road Friday night.
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