If Madi Fief or Maddie Mittie need a breather during Saturday’s Class 6A sub-state tournament at Washburn Rural, head coach Lisa Kinderknecht has options.
The Manhattan High boys’ soccer team wrapped up the regular season in style with an 11-1 rout of Centennial League foe Junction City on the road Thursday evening.
The 2015 Rock Creek softball team has recently been recognized by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association based on their academics.
After a difficult loss to Topeka High last week to start district play, the Manhattan High football team is fully aware of the importance of Friday’s game at Lawrence Free State.
Thousands of baseball games have turned on one pitch. It happened to the Royals on Wednesday, pushing the American League Championship Series back to Kauffman Stadium with Kansas City still up 3-2.
After an up-and-down regular season with an extremely young team, it was hard to predict what kind of performance the Manhattan High girls’ golf team would have at the Class 6A state tournament at Andover’s Terradyne Country Club.
With two more matches against this week before the start of the playoffs, Manhattan head boys’ soccer coach Frank Alonso wanted his team to play with intensity and take care of business.
Manhattan’s Lexi Bieker made a surprise run at the Class 6A state tennis tournament over the weekend, bringing home a medal and taking 12th place with a 3-4 record at the two-day event.
Winners of five straight Centennial League titles coming into Saturday’s league meet at Stateland Park in Topeka, the Manhattan High cross country teams had plenty of confidence.
When Manhattan head coach Chris George takes his girls’ golf team to the Class 6A state tournament at Andover’s Terradyne Country Club on Monday, he will do so with the youngest roster he’s ever had.
FLUSH — For the second straight week, Rock Creek struggled for half of its football game.
The Indians struggled to run the ball, were outgained 481-220 and in the face of a deficit and a Trojan defense selling out to stop the run, had to take chances offensively, which led to three turnovers.
At Wamego, the Red Raiders led 14-0 at halftime and kept on scoring in the second half en route to a 34-0 win over Chapman in their district opener.
At Randolph, the Rams had 461 yards of offense in their best scoring performance of the season with a 66-20 win over Southern Cloud.
At Washington, Riley County looked to pull off the upset against Washington County on Friday, but fell just short in a 22-18 loss in the district opener.
At Frankfort, after opening out to a slim lead, Frankfort turned it on in second quarter and coasted to a win.
At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs saw their two-game winning streak come to a close in a 12-7 loss at home to Wabaunsee.
TOPEKA – A tough first half was too much to overcome for Manhattan in a 41-14 loss to Topeka High on Friday at Hummer Sports Park.
Fortunately, the Indians were able to come out firing on all cylinders against an improved Scots’ team, taking a three-goal lead to halftime and ending with a 6-0 win.
Manhattan High’s Cathy Lei has one goal for the Class 6A state tennis tournament this weekend in Olathe, and it ultimately has nothing to do with which medal she brings home. The senior just wants to play well.
As frustrating as last week’s overtime loss to Junction City was for the Manhattan High football team, it can’t be undone.
And while they claimed no disrespect to the gutty Astros, the Royals seemed to consider this just another T-shirt award ceremony in a growing collection of the things.
In the second game of the season, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team managed to defeat Wichita Northwest, 5-0, in the opening game of the Titan Classic in Wichita.
The Indians went 1-2 at the Washburn Rural quad, dropping matches to Centennial League foes Washburn Rural and Hayden before ending the night with a two-set win over Lawrence.
The Manhattan High girls’ golf team advanced to next week’s Class 6A state tournament with a second-place finish at the Wichita Southeast regional at L.W. Clapp Golf Course in Wichita.
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