The 18U Manhattan Optimist Moxie competed in the Bite Outta the Lil’ Apple tournament this weekend.
It isn’t every day that a manager cuts his catcher loose to call an entire game at the high school level, but that’s what Manhattan American Legion Manko 17ers coach Steve Disbrow did Saturday evening at Norvell Field in Manhattan.
CHICAGO — A couple days ago, maybe the ball Cheslor Cuthbert hit in the third inning would’ve been caught at the warning track.
A local Manhattan youth golfer scored a hole-in-one during a Manhattan First Tee event on Friday at Colbert Hills.
The Adams Golf Pro Tour series will return to Manhattan for the fifth year of the Colbert Charity Classic on June 20-25.
The man in our spotlight here is Graham DeLaet, a Canadian golfer who plays on the PGA Tour and has earned a fairly comfortable living banking more than $9 million in prize money over the past 4 1/2 years.
Kansas City pitcher Yordano Ventura was suspended nine games and Baltimore third baseman Manny Machado was penalized four games Thursday after their brawl earlier this week.
BALTIMORE — The Kansas City Royals quietly packed their bags before heading for Chicago, hopeful that a day off and a different venue would help them end a humbling skid.
Reid Buchanan, former Manhattan High student and distance runner, running for the University of Portland, placed fifth in the 10000-meter run at the NCAA National Track and Field Championships in Eugene, Oregon, on Wednesday night.
The Manhattan American Legion Manko 17ers started hot Tuesday evening in Salina but couldn’t keep the momentum going in a 4-3 loss to the Salina Falcons in a nine-inning game at Dean Evans Stadium.
BALTIMORE — The defending World Series champs are in their worst tailspin of the season, and the frustration is clearly beginning to show.
Jill Harkin won a major regional tournament, and two other Manhattan players competed with distinction at the Missouri Valley Tennis Association’s “Supers” event in Omaha, Neb.
The Flint Hills Soccer Club is inviting area youth to participate in its open trouts for the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 seasons.
Danny Duffy certainly pitched well enough to get Kansas City a victory. Unfortunately for the Royals, there’s been a common theme lately with their offense.
The Manhattan Optimist Prime 18-and-under fastpitch softball team played in the Hawaiian Hitfest in Kansas City, Missouri, this weekend.
The Manhattan Optimist Moxie 18-and-under fastpitch softball team competed at the 2016 Oklahoma City Classic this past weekend, finishing 4-0 in 18B pool play and playing four games on Monday through the bracket to take second place.
Now that you’ve heard all the tributes and realized once again that this man — perhaps the most famous athlete who ever lived — was almost larger than life, maybe the story of one less-than-historic hour will add an unusual piece to the legend.
Manhattan American Legion Manko 17ers coach Steve Disbrow knows his team needs to be opportunistic in order to win many games this summer.
CLEVELAND — The Kansas City Royals were playing their best baseball of the season coming into this weekend series against the Indians.
After finishing the season with a third-place finish at state in Junction City, the Manhattan High girls’ soccer team was honored by the Centennial League’s coaches with seven inclusions on the 2016 all-league teams.
The Flint-Hills area will send three players to the Kansas Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game on the campus of Kansas Wesleyan in Salina on June 25.
The Manhattan Optimist Monarchs 14-and-under softball team took second place in the USSSA Memorial Day NIT Lower Flight championship in the Kansas City-metro area over the weekend.
CLEVELAND — Francisco Lindor hit two doubles and one of Cleveland’s three home runs, leading the Indians into first place in the AL Central with a 7-1 win over the Kansas City Royals on Saturday night.
Just a day removed from a 15-0 blowout loss to Bellevue West Thursday at the Manhattan Tournament of Champions, Manhattan American Legion Manko 17ers manager Steve Disbrow was hoping for a resurgence from his team Friday against St. Joe’s.
The Manhattan American Legion Manko 17ers started their weekend hosting the Tournament of Champions with a 15-0 loss to Bellevue West in their first pool play game Thursday night at Tointon Family Stadium.
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