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  • VALLEY HEIGHTS 72, WETMORE 67

    At Wetmore, Valley Heights had to overcome an 11-point deficit heading into the second quarter, but outscored Wetmore in each of the final three quarters to pull out the win. Jo Roepke scored 40 points to lead all scorers, with Kayla Smith adding 17. ...

  • RILEY CO. 50, WABAUNSEE 37

    At Alma, Riley County won its sixth straight game, beating Wabaunsee for the second time this season. Game information and individual scoring were not made available. ...

  • MHS boys bounce back, beat Rural

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team bounced back from a midweek loss to Shawnee Heights by defeating Washburn Rural on Friday night at home, 61-51. The Indians led from the first quarter on, but didn’t put the Junior Blues away for good until the fourth quarter, going on an 8 ...

  • MHS girls drop close one to Rural, 45-41

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team lost a key Centennial League matchup Friday night at home, dropping a game to Washburn Rural, 45-41. After falling behind by double-digits in the first quarter, Manhattan played close with Rural the rest of the way, briefly taking a one-point lead early in the ...

  • Indians set for Rural rematch at home

    In almost every sport but football, the Washburn Rural Junior Blues have filled in for Junction City as Manhattan’s chief rival among Centennial League teams. This is certainly true of girls’ basketball, where the Indians and Junior Blues often finish near the top of the league standings while also ...

  • MHS’ Gonzales gets 300th dual win

    In the Manhattan High wrestling team’s final dual of the season, the Indians brought home head coach Robert Gonzales 300th-career victory with a 36-22 win over Derby Thurdsay night. Wrestling on the campus of Newman University in Wichita as the opening act preceeding a dual between Newman and Fort ...

  • MHS girls stay in league race with win

    TECUMSEH — If the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team had hopes of competing for a league title over the course of the final five games of the regular season, winning at least one game this week was crucial. Sitting a game back in the standings when the night began and with ...

  • Indians drop first league game of year

    TECUMSEH — Manhattan head boys’ basketball coach Benji George has pointed to his team’s maturity and bench energy on numerous occasions this season as reasons why his Indians took a 13-1 record to Shawnee Heights on Tuesday night. Following his team’s 76-69 loss to the Thunderbirds — the Tribe’s ...

  • Rock Creek boys edge Marysville

    At Flush, the Rock Creek boys’ basketball team held on to beat Marysville, 52-50, on Tuesday at home. Rock Creek got off to an 8-7 lead during the first quarter, but led 34-25 at halftime. The Mustangs spent the rest of the game trying to hang on for the win, ...

  • WASHINGTON CO. 64, VALLEY HEIGHTS 48

    At Blue Rapids, the Mustangs got off to a slow start and never recovered in a 64-48 loss to the Tigers. Washington County jumped out to a 20-7 lead and extended its lead to 35-20 at halftime. The Mustangs got outscored 21-12 in the third period, and couldn’t make ...

  • CLIFTON-CLYDE 64, BV-RANDOLPH 57

    At Clyde, Blue Valley took an early lead, but couldn’t hang on in a 64-57 loss on the road. The Rams were up 14-4 after the first quarter, but Clifton-Clyde came right back to cut the lead to 26-25 at halftime. Clifton-Clyde went ahead in the third period, leading 43 ...

  • CONCORDIA 89, RILEY COUNTY 66

    At Concordia, the Panthers jumped ahead from the get-go and never looked back in an 89-66 win over Riley County. The Falcons struggled to keep pace out of the gate, falling behind 24-14 after one quarter and 45-30 by halftime. Concordia kept its foot on the pedal and extended its ...










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