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  • ROCK CREEK 67, WABAUNSEE 56

    At Flush, the Mustangs overcame a slow start to beat Wabaunsee and respond favorably following their first loss of the season on Tuesday. Rock Creek didn’t take the lead for good until the second quarter, outscoring Wabaunsee 19-6 in the period to turn a five-point deficit into a big ...

  • MARYSVILLE 63, WAMEGO 57

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders took an early lead but couldn’t finish off the win as Marysville rallied in the final two quarters to score a road win. The Red Raiders led 19-11 after the first quarter and went to halftime tied at 27-27. In the third, Marysville took ...

  • SILVER LAKE 47, RILEY CO. 34

    At Riley, the Falcons stayed within striking distance most of the night, trailing by nine at halftime, but couldn’t make up the difference in the second half in a league loss to Silver Lake. Alyssa Kulp, Bethany Crubel and Emily Earhart each had nine points for the Falcons. Riley ...

  • WABAUNSEE 37, ROCK CREEK 35

    At Flush, the Mustangs continued a string of close losses against quality competition, coming up short against Wabaunsee at home. Rock Creek led 16-11 after one and went to halftime tied. The Mustangs retook the lead in the third quarter but couldn’t come up with enough at the end, ...

  • MHS girls force 29 turnovers, rout Highland Park Mhsgirls12.mercury

    Like many coaches, Manhattan’s Scott Mall is likely to be more proud of a complete defensive effort than a high-scoring night on offense. Friday night against Highland Park, he got both. The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team had no trouble taking care of business against Highland Park, forcing a ...

  • MHS boys beat Scots, 60-55

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team managed to hold off Highland Park in the final minutes of a 60-55 victory Friday night to stay unbeaten. With the win, the Indians are 9-0 for the first time since the 1954-55 season. While Manhattan led most of the night, the Scots took ...

  • MSH girls win big vs. Scots

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team had no trouble taking care of business against Highland Park Friday night, beating the Scots 77-34 at the MHS gymnasium. The Indians dominated from start to finish and built their lead in the first half, taking a 52-13 lead to halftime before calling off ...

  • Cameron: ‘Next man up’ culture helps Chiefs Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Popular sporting lore suggests that the phrase “Next man up!” was launched into everyday culture by the 2010 Green Bay Packers — a team beset by everything from concussions and gout to the black plague. OK, slight exaggeration, but you get the point. That Packer team won the Super ...

  • Indians back home, face Highland Park

    With both penciled in as Centennial League title favorites before the season began, tonight’s game between Highland Park and Manhattan was circled on the calendar as one that could go a long way toward deciding which team might end up atop the league standings at the end of the ...

  • MHS edges Olathe North in final race Brady200im.mercury

    Win, lose or draw, it’s more exciting for the athletes and the crowd when a swim meet comes down to the final race. In Wednesday’s five-team meet at the KSU Natatorium, Manhattan needed a strong finish in the final race of the day, the 400 freestyle relay, to move ...

  • MHS bowlers compete in Topeka tournament

    The Manhattan High bowling teams competed in a five-team baker-format tournament at Westridge Lanes in Topeka on Tuesday. The Manhattan boys’ team took third place with a 1,008 score, while the girls’ team took fourth with an 831. The boys finished behind Seaman (1,236) and Shawnee Heights (1,087), but managed to beat Emporia (931) and ...

  • Indians remain unbeaten at 8-0

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team held off Washburn Rural in the fourth quarter for a 56-52 win to stay undefeated Tuesday night in Topeka. Manhattan led most of the game but had to fight off a pesky Rural team that wouldn’t go away and cut the lead to ...










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