At Frankfort, the Wildcats took a four-point lead to halftime and held on to win a nailbiter against Troy Tuesday night.
At Randolph, Valley Heights made quick work of the Rams, leading by 27 points at halftime and 40 heading into the fourth quarter.
At Centralia, Rock Creek won every quarter and held Centralia to just 11 second-half points in a rout of the Panthers.
At Marysville, Riley County trailed by one heading into the second quarter and faced a nine-point halftime deficit before being outscored 18-6 in the third quarter to spot Marysville a big lead in a road loss Tuesday.
At Wamego, the Red Raiders trailed by three at halftime but Abilene rebuilt its lead in the third quarter, taking an eight-point advantage into the fourth quarter and holding off the Red Raiders in a key NCKL game Tuesday.
At Frankfort, the Wildcats fell behind by eight in the first quarter and trailed by seven at halftime, but couldn’t cut into the Troy lead in the second half as the Trojans outscored Frankfort in both quarters to win comfortably.
The Manhattan High bowling teams each finished in fourth place in an abbreviated quadrangular meet at Little Apple Lanes on Monday afternoon.
Damage to the KSU Natatorium has created a unique set of circumstances for the Manhattan High boys’ swim team, which practices and competes in the building on a daily basis.
MCPHERSON — Even though his team ended the weekend with a pair of losses and finished in fourth place at the Mid-America Classic, Manhattan High girls’ coach Scott Mall knows how valuable the experience was for his young team.
The gym at Wamego High School was packed to the brim in preparation for the renewal of the rivalry with Rock Creek on Friday. Unfortunately for the Red Raider faithful, it would not be their day.
For the second game in a row, the Mustangs managed to find a way to close out a tight game, rallying for a 37-31 comeback win over Wamego Friday night.
The Manhattan High boys’ basketball stayed undefeated in Centennial League play with a 54-35 win over Emporia Saturday night on the road.
At Riley, the Riley County boys used a big fourth quarter to score a win at home on Friday, beating Wabaunsee 57-50.
At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights pulled away in the third quarter and held on to win 65-57 over Frankfort.
At Wetmore, Blue Valley picked up just its fourth win of the season in a 51-41 win over Wetmore.
At Wetmore, the Rams fell behind early and couldn’t recover in a 42-23 loss to Wetmore.
At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights outscored Frankfort by 12 in the fourth quarter to pull away in a 67-50 win on Friday.
At Riley, Riley County led 20-10 at halftime and kept on pulling away in a 54-34 win over Wabaunsee.
MCPHERSON – The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team lost a close matchup, 55-48, against top-seeded and host McPherson in the third-place game of the Mid-America Classic at the Roundhouse Saturday night.
The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team fell to Olathe East, 50-33, in the Mid-America Classic semifinals at the Roundhouse in McPherson Friday night.
MCPHERSON — Manhattan head girls’ basketball coach Scott Mall knows his team must play a lot better in Friday’s semifinal against Olathe East than it did in Thursday’s tournament opener against Andale.
MCPHERSON – The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team did just enough offensively to advance past Andale in the first round of the Mid-America Classic at the Roundhouse in McPherson.
The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team got off to a 3-0 start this year by winning a the three-day Hays City Shootout back in December.
At Randolph, the Blue Valley Rams held off the final push by Wakefield to rally in the final minutes of a 43-42 win Tuesday night.
At Linn, the Mustangs took a six-point lead into the second quarter before blowing open the game and taking a 19-point advantage to halftime.
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