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  • BV-RANDOLPH 41, ONAGA 24

    At Onaga, the Rams used a big second half to pull away for a 41-24 win on Friday at Onaga. Blue Valley held a 9-6 lead after the first quarter, and then led 16-11 at halftime. The Rams added to the lead in the third, going ahead 27-18, before outscoring ...

  • CONCORDIA 52, WAMEGO 43

    At Concordia, Wamego stuck with the Panthers for three quarters before Concordia sealed the deal with a 52-43 win. The Red Raiders led 16-15 after the first, but the Panthers took the halftime lead with a 23-22 advantage. Concordia extended its lead to 33-31 going into the fourth before outscoring ...

  • FRANKFORT 51, WASHINGTON COUNTY 47

    At Frankfort, the Wildcats rallied from a halftime deficit to beat Washington County, 51-47. Frankfort trailed 13-12 after one quarter and 26-25 at half. The Wildcats took the lead in the third quarter by outscoring the Tigers 13-7. Frankfort held on in the fourth despite being outscored 14-9. Emilee Ebert ...

  • SILVER LAKE 48, ROCK CREEK 40

    At Flush, Rock Creek fell behind by eight in the first quarter and never came back from it in a 48-40 loss to Silver Lake. The Mustangs trailed 13-8 after one quarter and 28-17 at halftime. Rock Creek made a comeback in the third quarter, cutting the deficit to six. ...

  • Hayden hands MHS boys 1st home loss

    The Manhattan High basketball team lost a close one to Hayden, 57-54, Friday night in its first home loss of the season. The Indians led most of the night but gave up the lead in the fourth quarter and could never quite recover. Gabe Awbrey had the chance at a ...

  • MHS girls’ rally falls short vs. Hayden

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team dropped its third straight game on Friday night, coming up short in a rally attempt against Centennial League-leading Hayden, 63-57. The Indians stayed within striking distance of the Wildcats most of the night, even briefly taking a 39-37 lead with 3:29 to play in the ...

  • Royals continue to get no respect at all Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    Baseball season starts today, so let’s begin with an argument. That’s what ball fans do, right? I’ve been waiting all winter to have a rant about something in particular, and what better time to tee off than the magic day when Royals pitchers and catchers report to ...

  • Bandy leads Tribe to state swim meet

    In year’s past, Matt Bandy hasn’t been counted on for vocal leadership among his peers on the Manhattan High swim and dive team. Young and talented, Bandy would lead by example in the lanes, but left the rest to one of the team’s seniors. This year, Bandy ...

  • Topeka High deals MHS girls 2nd straight loss

    TOPEKA — The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team dodged a bullet when it hosted Topeka High in early January during the three-game suspension of Trojan guard Adrianna Henderson. The Tribe didn’t have that luxury Tuesday night at the Dungeon. Manhattan struggled to contain Henderson off the dribble, with the point ...

  • Indians hold off Trojans

    TOPEKA — After last Tuesday’s loss to Shawnee Heights on the road, Manhattan head coach Benji George wanted his team to learn from the experience and make sure it didn’t happen again. Through three quarters Tuesday night against Topeka High at the Dungeon, the game followed nearly the exact ...

  • Frankfort sweeps Blue Valley in TVL tilt

    The Frankfort girls’ basketball team took a 10-point lead into the second quarter and led by 19 at halftime en route to a 65-37 home win over Blue Valley Tuesday night. Frankfort won all four quarters to win comfortably, with Emilee Ebert scoring 21 points to lead all scorers. Rebecca Adams added 14, ...

  • COUNCIL GROVE 53, RILEY COUNTY 50

    At Riley, the Falcons came out red-hot shooting the ball, taking a 21-13 lead to the second quarter against Council Grove, but Riley County couldn’t keep it up in the final three quarters in a non-league loss. The Falcons took a four-point lead to halftime and maintained it into ...










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