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  • MHS boys beat JC, win share of league title Mhsboys15.mercury

    For two quarters, Junction City’s gamble worked against the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team. Take away the lane and bottle up Manhattan’s posts with a variety of zone looks and hope for the best when the Indians’ guards started shooting 3s. While it worked in the first half, ...

  • MHS girls rout Blue Jays, end 3-game skid Mhsgirls10.mercury

    After losing three straight games, all by six points or less, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team was in desperate need of a win Tuesday against Junction City on senior night. The Indians got it, taking an early double-digit lead and routing the Blue Jays, 67-37, to send its three ...

  • MHS boys beat JC, gain share of league title

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team got the season sweep of Junction City with a 58-46 win on senior night in front of a packed crowd at the MHS gymnasium. With the win, the Indians clinched at least a share of the Centennial League title for the second straight season ...

  • MHS girls beat JC on senior night

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team won 67-37 on senior night against Junction City Tuesday night, ending a three-game skid. Manhattan took a 42-18 halftime lead and won every quarter against the Junior Blues, which struggled to keep up with the fast pace of the game. Junction City had 23 turnovers ...

  • Hayden edges MHS boys, 57-54 Mhsboys32.mercury

    On a night when not much went right for Manhattan and frustration began to set in following a 57-54 loss to Hayden at home, a silver lining shone through as the rest of the Centennial League’s boys’ games ended Friday night. Highland Park also lost, falling at Seaman after ...

  • Hayden hands Indians third straight loss Mhsgirls3.mercury

    If you’d have told Manhattan head coach Scott Mall his team would turn the ball over only 18 times against Hayden’s pressure in Friday night’s game, he would probably have liked his chances to win. While the Indians hung tough against the Centennial League-leading Wildcats, the Tribe couldn’ ...

  • Indians finish season at state swim meet

    The Manhattan High swim and dive team had the opportunity to swim in three events in Saturday’s finals of the Class 6A state swim meet at the Capitol Federal Natatorium in Topeka. In the lanes, senior Matt Bandy qualified for the consolation final heat of the 500 free and 100 breast, ...

  • Falcon boys fall in fourth quarter

    RILEY — The Falcons could almost taste their third win in a row Friday night as Riley County took a two-point lead in the fourth quarter. It was not meant to be, though, as Rossville held the Falcons to just four points in the final quarter to knock off Riley in ...

  • Riley County girls cruise past Rossville

    RILEY — Falcons’ head coach Harold Oliver said his team “played in spurts,”during its win earlier this month over Rock Creek It was much of the same in Riley County’s 65-49 victory over Rossville on Friday. The Falcon girls jumped out to a big first-quarter lead and survived several ...

  • MHS wrestling team sending 13 to state

    The Manhattan High wrestling team won handily at the Wichita North regional on Saturday, finishing ahead of second-place Washburn Rural by more than 60 points and qualifying 13 athletes for next weekend’s Class 6A state tournament in Wichita. The Indians took nine into the championships and four into the third-place matches, ...

  • Wamego boys top Concordia

    At Concordia, Wamego used a big third quarter and held off Concordia in the fourth to win 79-70 on Friday. The Red Raiders led 20-14 after one quarter, but the Panthers rallied back to lead 40-39 at halftime. Wamego outscored Concordia 22-11 in the third and then held on for ...

  • ONAGA 61, BV-RANDOLPH 43

    At Onaga, the Rams fell behind early and never recovered in a 61-43 loss at Onaga. Onaga led 21-11 after the first quarter and extended its lead to 33-20 at halftime. The 13-point deficit remained through the third period before Onaga extended its lead going away in the fourth. Hadyn ...










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