Sports

  • MHS football players named All-Centennial League

    Several Manhattan football players were honored Monday when the All-Centennial League list was released. Six Indians were named to the first team, five were named to the second team and five received honorable mention. Guard Brandon Cook, tackle Eldon Picou and center Wes Conrow represented Manhattan’s offensive line on ...

  • Artist: Mascot honors Indians

    Brent Yancey, a Manhattan man of Native American descent, doesn’t find Manhattan High School’s emblem offensive. After all, he’s the one who created it. Yancey, who served as an art teacher at Manhattan High School from 1964 until 1995, said the MHS Indian he created was meant to honor ...

  • 750 runners turn out for Manhattan’s first Turkey Trot

    Some Manhattan runners began burning off the Thanksgiving food before the meal Thursday morning. The Manhattan Running Company held its inaugural MHK Turkey Trot, a Thanksgiving 5K run from Aggieville to Downtown and back. Although the temperature hovered just below 40 degrees, a massive group of 750 people registered for the run, ...

  • MHS teams in KBCA rankings

    The Kansas Basketball Coaches Association preseason rankings are out, and both Manhattan’s girls and boys teams are among the top 10. The boys are ranked No. 3 headed into the season. Last year’s squad took home the Centennial League title before falling in the sub-state tournament. The girls earned a ...

  • Manhattan High volleyball players honored

    After Manhattan’s fourth-place finish at the 6A state volleyball tournament, three players took home tournament honors. Sophomore outside hitter Brooklyn Cink was named first-team all-state by the Kansas Volleyball Association. She was also named to the 6A all-tournament team. When healthy, Cink led the Indians in kills and recorded 16 ...

  • Will public get to vote on mascot?

    Q: Do Manhattan-Ogden constituents get to vote on the high school’s mascot? A: While Manhattan-Ogden residents will get to voice their opinions on the mascot issue, they do not get to vote on it. The Manhattan-Ogden school board is hosting a Nov. 30 public forum to allow people to give ...

  • Gloria signs with Barton Community College

    About a year ago, Amber Gloria didn’t know if she would run in college. She liked running but wasn’t that serious about it. On Thursday, though, the senior signed with Barton Community College for cross country and track. “Last year, I didn’t think this could possibly happen,” ...

  • Flint Hills Soccer Club to hold indoor soccer

    The Flint Hills Soccer Club is holding an indoor winter soccer fun program at the Luckey Junior High gym this winter. The program features 10 groups, with nine youth groups open to boys and girls from 6-18 years old. The other group is open to men and women 19 years and older. ...

  • McAtee signs with University of Central Missouri

    Another Manhattan High School athlete is continuing their career at the University of Central Missouri. Gigi McAtee signed with the University of Central Missouri for basketball on Tuesday. The 5-foot-11 guard said the coaching staff was a big reason she decided to go there. “They were really honest with me ...

  • Melgares signs with K-State for cross country and track

    Cara Melgares won’t have to go very far to run in college next year. The senior signed with Kansas State on Tuesday for cross-country and track. “Everyone there seems so nice, and they all seem to love it,” Melgares said. “Anna (Keeley), one of my past teammates, is on ...

  • Wallace signs with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

    After his official visit, Mason Wallace, a senior on Manhattan’s wrestling team, knew the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was somewhere he wanted to wrestle. Wallace took a step toward that Monday when he signed there. “I visited with the team, I stayed the night with the guys, and ...

  • MHS 1B/RHP Wohler signs for baseball with Neosho County CC

    At least one senior on the Manhattan High baseball team will be playing after graduation. Right-handed pitcher Nick Wohler signed with Neosho County Community College on Friday morning. Wohler has played varsity baseball for Manhattan since his sophomore year. “I think I picked a good program for me and I’ ...










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