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  • MHS girls ease past Chargers, 64-35

    When the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team is at its best, the Indians’ defense helps fuel things on the offensive side of the ball. Against Topeka West Friday night, Manhattan forced 34 turnovers and turned many of those giveaways into easy baskets on the other end in a dominant 64-35 win. ...

  • Indians take Centennial League title

    If the Manhattan High wrestling team was going to finish as runner-up at the Centennial League meet for the fourth straight year, a team other than Junction City was going to be the one keeping the Tribe from winning it all. After three years of watching rival Junction City celebrate ...

  • Falcon girls tops Mustangs at home

    RILEY — The Riley County girls’ basketball team never trailed in its 45-33 victory over Rock Creek on Friday, but the Falcons could never quite pull away either. Riley County outscored Rock Creek in every quarter, slowly building up a lead that eventually reached double digits. Junior Bethany Crubel led the ...

  • MHS swimmers take ninth at invite Nelson200free.mercury

    The Manhattan Invitational swim meet hosted by the Manhattan High swimming and diving team has been held at the KSU Natatorium for decades. While the teams have filtered in and out, with several Wichita schools dropping the meet in recent years in favor of ones closer to home, the meet ...

  • FRANKFORT 59, BV-RANDOLPH 36

    At Randolph, Frankfort had little trouble scoring a Twin-Valley League win on the road against Blue Valley, taking an 11-point lead after one quarter and 17-point advantage to halftime en route to a 23-point win. Jedd Rose scored 16 points for Frankfort, with Adam Kenworthy adding 11 and Brenden Levi chipping in 10. ...

  • TROY 74, VALLEY HEIGHTS 63

    At Troy, Valley Heights hung around against Troy but couldn’t get over the hump in an 11-point loss. The Mustangs trailed by one point at halftime but faced a six-point deficit to start the fourth quarter. Troy was able to keep Valley Heights from rallying in the final frame, ...

  • WAMEGO 53, OSAGE CITY 23

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders dominated Osage City from start to finish, taking an 11-point lead after one quarter and a 24-point lead to halftime. Wamego led by 32 points heading into the fourth quarter before slowing down to close out the game. Caitlyn Claussen had a game-high 16 points for the ...

  • FRANKFORT 41, BV-RANDOLPH 31

    At Randolph, Frankfort took an eight-point lead to halftime and held a 16-point advantage at the start of the fourth quarter in a 10-point win over Blue Valley. Emilee Ebert scored 24 points to lead the Wildcats, with Kyla Hardwick adding six. Blue Valley got 14 points from Sami Pfaff in the ...

  • VALLEY HEIGHTS 53, TROY 39

    At Troy, Valley Heights outscored Troy by five in each of the first two quarters and took a 16-point lead into the fourth quarter before calling off the dogs in a Twin-Valley League win. Jo Roepke finished with 25 points to lead all scorers, while Kayla Smith had 22, including a pair ...

  • Rock Creek boys rout Falcons, 63-28

    RILEY — The physicality and inside presence of the Rock Creek boys prevailed as they pummeled Riley County in their own gym 63-28, Friday night. It was apparent from the beginning that a blowout was mounting as the Mustangs were seemingly having their way in the post, pounding the smaller Falcon ...

  • Wamego boys knock off top-ranked Osage City

    Facing its third straight ranked opponent Friday night, the Wamego boys’ basketball team managed to avoid a three-game losing streak by knocking off Class 3A’s top-ranked team in Osage City in a 67-61 win. The Red Raiders lost to Rock Creek and Abilene in back-to-back games against tough opponents, ...

  • MHS boys hand T-West worst loss of season

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team took a double-digit lead in the first quarter and stayed comfortably ahead of Topeka West the rest of the way in a 68-41 win over the Chargers Friday night. The Indians were without guards Tommy Ekart and Ian Trapp due to injury, but had ...










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