Sports

  • Indians take 3rd at TOC

    DODGE CITY — Since he became head coach of the Manhattan High boys’ basketball last season, Benji George hasn’t had many chances to motivate his team after a loss. That’s a good thing in this case, as the Indians went 18-3 a year ago and started this season 10-0 ...

  • Cameron: Royals’ success about ‘managing change’ Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When you’ve been to the World Series in back-to-back seasons — and won the thing on your second trip — criticism of the general manager seems almost bizarre. Although, Royals boss Dayton Moore has made several moves in the past few weeks that make you wonder how the ...

  • MHS wrestling dominant at Blue Valley Northwest

    The Manhattan High wrestling team did more than just bring home the team title from the Husky Invitational at Blue Valley Northwest. The Indians were strong from start to finish, scoring a school-record 291 team points, the most points at a tournament in the Robert Gonzales era, as well as bringing ...

  • Mustangs top Centralia in overtime

    At Frankfort, Valley Heights won its fourth straight game and fifth in the last six tries with a 60-57 overtime victory over Centralia on Friday. The Mustangs started slow and trailed by four at halftime, but rallied back to tie the game in the third quarter and outlasted Centralia with ...

  • MHS boys lose heartbreaker to East in OT

    DODGE CITY — Most unbeaten streaks come to an end just as Manhattan High’s did Friday night. It’s never easy to lose, especially after an historic start to the season with 10 straight wins, but what made the Indians’ 57-53 overtime loss to Wichita East at the Tournament of Champions ...

  • MHS girls lose at Emporia, 46-34

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team traveled to Emporia Friday night, dropping a game to the league-leading Spartans, 46-34. The Indians trailed by two at halftime and played an even third quarter to set up a game-deciding fourth quarter, which the Spartans won by outscoring Manhattan by 10. Manhattan was forced ...

  • HANOVER 58, FRANKFORT 46

    At Frankfort, Hanover used a big second half to get past Frankfort and advance to the fifth-place game of the Twin Valley League tournament. Hanover led 14-6 after the first quarter, but Frankfort rallied back in the second period to pull within 25-24. The Wildcats fell behind for good in ...

  • HILLSBORO 61, RILEY CO. 52

    At Hillsboro, the Riley County Falcons couldn’t comeback from an early deficit on Friday, losing 61-52 in the consolation round of the Hillsboro tournament. Hillsboro led the Falcons 14-8 after the first quarter and extended that to 24-18 at halftime. The Falcons couldn’t cut in to the lead ...

  • ROCK CREEK 76, LABETTE CO. 64

    At Burlington, Rock Creek pulled away in a shootout with Labette County in the opened round of the Burlington tournament on Friday. Rock Creek got a huge performance from Bailey Vetter, who scored 30 points. Jared Garcia and Carson Becker each scored 14. ...

  • BV-RANDOLPH 39, ONAGA 29

    At Frankfort, Blue Valley got off to a good start and held on the rest of the way in a consolation win over Onaga. The Rams led 9-6 after one quarter and 21-8 going into halftime. Onaga returned the favor by outscoring Blue Valley 6-2 in the third period, but ...

  • CLAY CENTER 40, RILEY CO. 33

    At Hillsboro, Riley County couldn’t overcome a difficult start and lost a semi-final game against Clay Center in the Hillsborn tournament. The Falcons were outscored 16-2 in the first quarter, and held Clay Center to 24 points the rest of the way. But Riley County couldn’t come up with ...

  • HANOVER 47, FRANKFORT 39

    At Frankfort, Hanover jumped ahead early and held its advantage in a 47-39 win over Frankfort in the Twin Valley League tournament. Hanover led 15-10 after the first quarter, and remained ahead by five into halftime. Hanover stretched its lead to nine points going into the final period, but the ...










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