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  • Kim signs with William Jewell College for football Kim

    As a freshman, Kevin Kim decided to go out for football after playing goalie in soccer growing up. “I used to always take people down as a goalie, so I said, ‘Might as well switch sports,’” Kim, a defensive lineman, said. “I just found my love of football.” Three years ...

  • Seaman sweeps MHS softball on Friday

    Manhattan softball went up against the defending 5A state champions in Seaman on Friday night, and the Vikings came away with both wins, taking the first game, 12-1, and the second game, 11-0. Despite the run-rule shortened losses, head coach Monty Enright was happy with how the Indians (1-3) competed ...

  • MHS gets a taste of state swim meet

    The Manhattan girls swim and dive team got a good preview for the state swim meet on Friday at the Olathe Invitational. The Indians finished 12th out of 17 teams, tying with Shawnee Mission Northwest with 40 team points. Sixteen of the teams they faced were in class 6A. “We really enjoy ...

  • MHS’ Kim signs with William Jewell College for football

    As a freshman, Kevin Kim decided to go out for football after playing goalie in soccer growing up. “I used to always take people down as a goalie, so I said, ‘Might as well switch sports,’” Kim, a defensive lineman, said. “I just found my love of football.” Three years ...

  • MHS boys golf finishes third at Washburn Rural Invitational

    Manhattan head boys golf coach Brad Ficke is seeing steady improvement in his team in its second tournament of the season. The Indians took third out of 13 teams with a team score of 333. Washburn Rural won the tournament with a score of 322. Wamego just edged Manhattan, coming in second with ...

  • MHS boys tennis takes first at Washburn Rural quad

    Outside of senior Bryce Easton, Manhattan boys tennis was represented by three sophomores and two freshmen at Thursday’s quad meet at Washburn Rural. And it paid off. The Indians took first place in the meet with nine team points, winning nine of 12 matches. “I was really proud of the ...

  • MHS soccer loses to Washburn Rural

    After winning three straight games to start the season, Manhattan girls soccer lost its first game on Thursday, falling to league rival Washburn Rural, 4-0. Rural’s win comes after its first loss of the season to Blue Valley North. “Washburn came out ready to play,” Manhattan head coach Mike ...

  • MHS’ Cade Roberts signs with Nebraska Wesleyan

    Through moving to four different states, Cade Roberts always had basketball. “If I didn’t start making friends at the new state, I knew basketball would really tie me in with some good people and some people I would want to be around,” he said. He’ll have it for ...

  • MHS beats Free State, 1-0

    The Manhattan girls’ soccer game on Tuesday was much closer than its previous two, but it ended with the same result. The Indians (3-0, 2-1 Centennial League) beat Lawrence Free State, 1-0, in Lawrence. “It was good competition,” head coach Mike Sanchez said. “We prefer those types of games … it ...

  • EDITORIAL | Royals have reason for optimism

    It might not seem like it, given that Gonzaga and North Carolina will play for the NCAA basketball championship tonight, but baseball season is here. For a lot of sports fans in Kansas, it more or less began the day their favorite college basketball teams — K-State, Wichita State and KU — ...

  • MHS’ Mall, Carr earn coach, player of the year Carr

    When Chrissy Carr moved from Minnetonka, Minnesota, over the summer, she figured she would have somewhat of an impact on the already-deep Manhattan girls basketball team. Maybe average nine or 10 points per game and fill out the stat sheet in rebounding, assists and steals. She did a lot more than ...

  • MHS track and field sees improvements at Washburn Rural meet

    Manhattan track and field is taking it one meet at a time. Head coach Jesse Woodard saw some improvements out of his athletes at the Jerry Beardslee Invitational at Washburn Rural on Friday. Junior Ko Saito won both the 110- and 300-meter hurdles with times of 15.33 and 40.71 seconds, respectively. Therriana ...










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