Sports

  • MHS cross country records several personal bests at Missouri Southern Stampede

    Manhattan was the first Kansas school across the line at the Missouri Southern Stampede on Saturday morning. Head cross country coach Susan Melgares saw several personal bests from the Indians. The boys finished third overall, while the girls came in fourth. Sophomore Cooper Schroeder led the Indians, finishing 16th overall ...

  • Several players see the field in 50-6 win over Highland Park

    Even in a big win like Friday night’s, there are teaching moments. Head coach Joe Schartz found plenty in Manhattan’s 50-6 win over Highland Park. Several players saw action on both sides of the ball, some for the first time. “We had some underclassmen get into the game, ...

  • Schartz wants MHS to focus against Highland Park

    Manhattan head football coach Joe Schartz is looking at the glass as half full. After a strange, wet game last week, Manhattan returns to Topeka to face Highland Park on Friday. “It was a step up in competition,” Schartz said. “Washburn Rural had that game marked on their calendar, so ...

  • MHS soccer picks up f irst win of season

    Everyone on the Manhattan boys soccer team can breathe a sigh of relief. The Indians got their first win of the season Tuesday night, beating Centennial League foe Shawnee Heights, 2-0. “After we lost the last game, we had a big wake-up call of how the rest of the season ...

  • MHS volleyball takes both matches at home

    After a late start to the season, Manhattan volleyball finally got a chance to play at home. The Indians opened their home slate against Clay Center and Rossville on Tuesday and won both matches by large margins. Manhattan faced the Tigers first and jumped out to an early lead in ...

  • MHS tennis comes in third at home quad

    Manhattan’s young girls tennis team faced a tough challenge on a muggy Tuesday in its home opener. “I knew this would be a good test for us, especially when you go up against a Washburn Rural team (that) is consistently one of the top teams in our league,” head ...

  • Tennis comes in third in home opener

    Manhattan’s young girls tennis team faced a tough challenge on a muggy Tuesday in its home opener. “I knew this would be a good test for us, especially when you go up against a Washburn Rural team (that) is consistently one of the top teams in our league,” head ...

  • MHS boys soccer picks up first win

    Everyone on the Manhattan boys soccer team can breathe a sigh of relief. The Indians got their first win of the season Tuesday night, beating Centennial League foe Shawnee Heights, 2-0. “After we lost the last game, we had a big wake-up call of how the rest of the season ...

  • Manhattan volleyball takes both matches in home opener

    After a late start to the season, Manhattan volleyball finally got a chance to play at home. The Indians opened their home slate against Clay Center and Rossville on Tuesday and won both matches by large margins. Manhattan faced the Tigers first and jumped out to an early lead in ...

  • Saito f inds home in MHS running

    Before coming to Manhattan High School as a foreign exchange student from Japan, Ko Saito had never run more than a mile in competition. But his host brother, Luke Wichmann, is on the cross country team, so he decided to give it a try. He loves running, after all and ...

  • Valley Heights beats Doniphan West, 36-6

    Valley Heights beat Doniphan West, 36-6, on Friday night to even its record at 1-1. Up next, the Mustangs face Christ Prep Academy on Saturday at 2 p.m. Rossville 41, Rock Creek 26 Despite leading, 14-0, through the first quarter, Rock Creek couldn’t stop Rossville and lost, 41-26. Skylar White scored ...

  • Wamego shut out by Ottawa, 21-0

    In the moments after his team had just suffered a turnover-ridden, sloppy 21-0 loss to Ottawa Friday night, Wamego High football head coach Lee Weber boomed at his Red Raiders in the post-game huddle at midfield. To the fans still making their way to exits, the indistinguishable yelling may have ...










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