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  • Rock Creek softball swept

    The Rock Creek softball team was swept by Rossville on Tuesday in its regular season finale. The Mustangs lost 11-0 and 19-1. Brynn Hammett took the loss in Game 1 despite striking out nine. Demi Kunkel had three hits and Haley Petty had a double. Joceline Eichem, Jayden Weers, Olivia Lee ...

  • Religa competing for NCAA bid

    Former Manhattan High athlete Brandon Religa is wrapping up his freshman year running track at Missouri Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri. Religa finished third in the Great Lakes Valley Conference in the 800 meters on May 6. He was part of a 4x400 relay team that took second. His relay team ...

  • MHS softball sweeps Junction City in regular season finale

    Manhattan made it five wins in a row with a road sweep of Junction City on Tuesday. The Indians took Game 1, 14-0, in five innings behind stellar pitching by Anna Batt. She gave up just three hits in the shutout. “Anna threw a terrific game and was in command the ...

  • MHS baseball captures share of league crown Mhsbaseball510

    With the bases loaded in the seventh, Manhattan head baseball coach Don Hess visited his senior starting pitcher, Nick Wohler, and asked him if he wanted to keep going. Wohler’s reply was simple. “‘Absolutely I want the ball,’” he said. Wohler worked his way out of a jam in ...

  • MHS beats Shawnee Heights 3-0 in regular-season finale

    A memorable night for Manhattan’s three seniors marked a milestone for a junior, too. Cailey Perkins tied her single-season assist record at 18, a mark she set as a freshman. The assist came in the second half on a ball to Tessa Irvine. “It was my goal all season,” Perkins ...

  • MHS softball sweeps Hayden

    Manhattan’s two games against Hayden couldn’t have been more different. The Indians took Game 1, 10-9, in a nail-biter before dominating the Wildcats, 11-1, in Game 2. Josie Hilgers tied the game with a two-run home run in the fourth inning, but Hayden responded with three runs to take a 7 ...

  • MHS baseball splits doubleheader with Hayden Mhsbaseball

    Manhattan head baseball coach Don Hess knows leadoff walks can ignite rallies. That’s exactly what got the Indians started in Game 2 against Hayden on Monday. Up by one, Manhattan put six runs on the board in the sixth inning and cruised to an 8-1 win over Hayden. That win ...

  • Sweet Heat plays in Wichita

    The Manhattan Sweet Heat 14-and-under “B” girls’ softball team traveled to Wichita, to compete at the Wichita South Lake Complex over the weekend. The Sweet Heat started off pool play against the Wichita Red Impact and lost 10-0. The second game was against StrikeZone Select, and Sweet Heat lost 13-4. ...

  • Manhattan wrestlers compete in Hutchinson

    Manhattan area wrestlers competed in the USA Wrestling Kansas Olympic style state tournament over the weekend in Hutchinson. Wrestlers finishing first to third qualified to represent Kansas in the National tournament in Fargo, North Dakota, in July. First and second placers also get to compete for Kansas in the National ...

  • Three qualify for state for MHS boys’ tennis

    Manhattan’s 6A regional tournament was a first for Abdul Naeem. Now the senior will experience another first with his doubles partner, Jack Easton — the 6A state tournament. Naeem and Easton, along with singles player Bryce Easton, qualified for the state tournament on Saturday, and Manhattan took fourth as a ...

  • MHS boys, girls take third at Salina Central Invitational

    Seniors shone for Manhattan on Friday at Salina Central. Both the boys’ and girls’ teams finished third in the 10-team meet. The boys recorded 87 points, while the girls finished with 85.5. Hutchinson won the boys with 120 points, while Junction City finished first among girls’ teams with 139 points. Tom Haug won the ...

  • MHS baseball sweeps Topeka High

    Manhattan picked up a pair of wins Friday night, beating Topeka High, 11-5, in Game 1 and 10-0 in Game 2. Nick Wohler started Game 1 and picked up the win, going two innings and giving up three runs on four hits, walking two and striking out one. Carson Marsh relieved him and ...










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