Both Manhattan middle schools co-hosted the Manhattan Middle School Invitational cross country meet at Anneberg Park last week, with more than 350 athletes participating.
The eighth-grade Anthony Middle School volleyball team competed in a quadrangular meet on Thursday.
The Manhattan High football team scored early and often against Highland Park on Friday night at Bishop Stadium, running out to a quick lead in the first quarter and going on to rout the Scots, 54-0.
At Riley, the Riley County Falcons looked to be in good shape at halftime on Friday night, trailing No. 2-ranked Rossville 28-21.
At Hanover, playing the top-ranked team in 8-man Division-I, the Blue Valley Rams were no match for Hanover on Friday, losing 50-0.
At Lawrence, Jake Rose scored seven total touchdowns as he led Frankfort to a 58-12 win over Veritas Christian.
At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights couldn’t keep up with Washington County on Friday, losing to Washington County, 49-18.
The boys’ team entered the race as defending champions and took 11th place in the Gold division, while the girls’ ran in a new division — Platinum.
The Manhattan High boys’ soccer team’s offense was red hot for about five minutes in Saturday’s win 5-1 over Great Bend at Bishop Stadium.
The Manhattan High volleyball team traveled to Topeka Saturday for the Seaman Invitational, taking fourth place after a 4-0 run through its pool.
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