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  • 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 ...

  • SABETHA 52, ROCK CREEK 27

    At Burlington, Rock Creek struggled to score more than 10 points in a period after the first quarter, losing 52-27 to Sabetha in the Burlington tournament. Sabetha led 14-10 after the first quarter, but that lead grew to 30-15 at halftime, and then 41-19 going into the fourth. Laney Scott led ...

  • VALLEY HEIGHTS 47, WASHINGTON CO. 31

    At Frankfort, Valley Heights used a big second quarter to pull away and beat Washington County in the Twin Valley League tournament. The Mustangs were up 8-4 after the first quarter, and pushed the lead out to 22-11 by halftime. Valley Heights stayed ahead by 11 after the third, and then ...

  • WAMEGO 54, EUDORA 26

    At Tonganoxie, Wamego jumped out to a big lead after the first quarter and coasted to a 54-26 win at the Tonganoxie tournament. The Red Raiders led 17-6 after the first quarter and 36-11 going into halftime. After outscoring Eudora 16-9 in the third, Wamego let of the gas the ...

  • MHS boys take 3rd at TOC, beat Maize 70-53

    DODGE CITY – The Manhattan High boys’ basketball took control early before fending off a rally attempt by Maize in the third quarter en route to a 70-53 win in the third-place game of the Dodge City Tournament of Champions Saturday. Manhattan took a 34-19 lead to halftime and was seemingly ...

  • MHS boys lose heartbreaker to East in OT

    Most unbeaten streaks come to an end just as Manhattan High’s did Friday night. It’s never easy to lose, especially after a 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 was the ...

  • MHS eases past Hutch, gets East in TOC semis

    DODGE CITY — With some of the state’s best teams likely waiting in the semifinals at the Dodge City Tournament of Champions, the Manhattan High basketball team first had to take care of business against a one-win Hutchinson team on Thursday. Lack of focus wasn’t a problem for the ...

  • Indians get sneak peek at top league schools Buckwalter 200im.mercury

    Most years, only a handful of the 10 teams in the Centennial League have legitimate hopes of winning a Centennial League title in boys’ swimming and diving. This season is no exception, and while no titles were awarded at Wednesday’s regular-season meet at the KSU Natatorium, Manhattan High head coach ...

  • Wamego cruises to Tonganoxie final

    The Wamego boys’ basketball team stayed undefeated and won easily over Jefferson West on Wednesday, beating the Tigers 74-46 and reserving a place in Saturday’s championship game against Eudora. The Red Raiders blew open the game in the second quarter, turning a six-point lead into a 17-point halftime advantage. ...

  • MHS boys advance at TOC, beat Hutch 55-35

    DODGE CITY – The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team took care of business in its opening-round game at the Dodge City Tournament of Champions, defeating Hutchinson 55-35 to advance to Friday’s semifinals. The Indians play the winner of Hays/Wichita East, which is scheduled to tip at 7 p.m. Thursday. ...

  • DESOTO 43, WAMEGO 30

    Wamego closed out its run in pool play with a 13-point loss to DeSoto, maintaining a small lead through each of the first two quarters and taking a 21-19 halftime lead. But the Red Raiders were outscored 24-9 over the final two quarters to lose and drop into the fifth-place ...

  • Indians preparing for ‘state’ at TOC

    How much success Manhattan High has at this weekend’s Tournament of Champions in Dodge City could be a strong indicator of how the Indians might fare at the Class 6A state basketball tournament in March, should they get that far. That’s the idea, anyway, behind head coach Benji ...










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