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.
Manhattan High’s 17-14 overtime loss to Junction City was hard to stomach for the Tribe players Friday night in almost every aspect, except for one silver lining.
RILEY — Even with a late push by St. Marys in the fourth quarter, the Riley County defense and running game kept the Falcons in control for the entirety of their 31-14 win.
The Manhattan High girls’ tennis team qualified both its singles players for the Class 6A state tennis tournament next weekend at the College Boulevard Activity Center in Olathe.
Six of the eight volleyball teams at the Manhattan Invitational are ranked in the latest Kansas Volleyball Association rankings, including the Indians.
The Manhattan High cross country teams traveled to Lawrence for the Haskell Invitational on Saturday, with the boys’ team taking fourth and the girls’ in fifth.
At Pike Valley, Pike Valley outscored Frankfort 24-0 in the fourth quarter to win a shootout 74-50 on Friday.
At Concordia, the Red Raiders couldn’t get their offense going in a 27-0 loss to Concordia on the road.
At Linn, Blue Valley-Randolph lost their fourth straight game in a close contest at Linn, 32-22.
The Manhattan High football team lost in overtime Friday night to its rival Junction City Blue Jays at Bishop Stadium, 17-14.
Manhattan (9-3) put aside its frustrations from a scoreless first half and put away a goal midway through the second half en route to a 1-0 win over the Trojans and its fourth consecutive shutout.
There are a handful of impact seniors at skill positions on offense, but with an offensive line that began the year made up entirely of juniors, that left several open spots for seniors along the defensive line.
The Manhattan High football team will host Junction City Friday night at Bishop Stadium with not just the Silver Trophy on the line, but also a shot at the Centennial League title.
With a 24-16 lead in the third set of the Manhattan volleyball team’s match against Washburn Rural to cap senior night, the Indians figured to be in a pretty good spot to pull out the win over their Centennial League rival.
Much like he has all season, Manhattan head boys’ soccer coach Frank Alonso pleaded with his team to play with intensity at halftime of the Indians’ road trip to Hayden Tuesday afternoon.
The Kansas State High School Athletics Association announced new football districts for the 2016 and 2017 seasons this morning.
The 12-and-under MHK United boys’ soccer team won the Flint Hills Soccer Challenge last weekend in Manhattan with a 4-0 record.
Playing with home-course advantage Monday afternoon, the Manhattan High girls’ golf team won the Manhattan Invitational at the Manhattan Country Club.
The Manhattan High girls’ tennis team took sixth place at Monday’s Centennial League meet at the Kossover Tennis Complex in Topeka.
Former Manhattan High head football coach Lew Lane will be honored at halftime of the Junction City game on Friday.
MHS (4-1) coach Joe Schartz said his defense did a good job of keeping Topeka West from big gains through the air. Just three of the Chargers’ 13 completions went for more than 10 yards.
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