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  • ROSSVILLE 74, RILEY COUNTY 66

    At Rossville, Riley County fell behind early and couldn’t make up the difference in the second half in a loss to the Bulldogs. The Falcons trailed by 15 at halftime but cut into the deficit in the third quarter, outscoring Rossville 20-14, but couldn’t complete the rally. Jackson Wagner ...

  • ROCK CREEK 76, SILVER LAKE 46

    At Silver Lake, Rock Creek won every quarter in a dominant win over the Eagles, taking a 14-point lead to halftime before adding to its lead in the second half. Carson Becker had 30 points to lead the Mustangs, while Bailey Vetter scored 17 and Caleb Rogge had 12. Still unbeaten, Rock Creek (7 ...

  • WAMEGO 81, CONCORDIA 58

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders outscored the Panthers in every quarter to win in dominant fashion Friday night. Wamego led by 12 at halftime and had a 22-point lead going into the fourth quarter. Dillon Blain led all scorers with 29 points, while Sean Nordberg added 20. Unbeaten Wamego (6-0) travels to Jefferson ...

  • MHS boys hold off Trojan rally late

    The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team held off a late rally by Topeka High to stay undefeated Friday night. The Indians led by as many as 20 points in the fourth quarter, but had to gather themselves with a couple of timeouts to keep the Trojans from rallying all the way ...

  • MHS girls ease past Trojans, 57-38

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team overcame a sluggish start to beat the Topeka High Trojans at home Friday night, 57-38. Manhattan trailed 14-6 after one quarter but took the lead for good late in the second quarter, outscoring the Trojans in each of the final two quarters to win ...

  • Indians set to host Topeka tonight

    While the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team has had little trouble with Topeka High in recent seasons, the boys’ team has gone back and forth with the Trojans lately, splitting the two-game series a year ago. Topeka High was one of only three losses all season for the boys’ team, ...

  • Indians win big at Clay Center

    The Manhattan High wrestling team traveled to Clay Center on Thursday for a dual against the Tigers, winning 58-18. The Indians won 7 of 11 matches in the dual, while also getting 18 free points from three open weights. Of its seven wins on the night, six came in the form of a ...

  • Cameron: OK, we called this one Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Journalists who go out on a limb and get a story exactly correct when the whole world seems to be saying the opposite, well… We try to remain relaxed and humble about it. But we aren’t. Hell, no, we throw our arms in the air, shout ...

  • Royals sign OF Alex Gordon to $72 million, 4-year deal Royalscolor.mercury

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — With a cold wind blowing outside and the warmth of spring training still more than a month away, Alex Gordon walked into the home clubhouse of Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday and grinned. He was home. And he will be for a while. The All-Star outfielder signed a $72 ...

  • Mittie leads Indians past Seaman, 75-41 Mhsgirls10.mercury

    The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team had more than two weeks to prepare for Tuesday’s game against Seaman, and that preparation paid off Tuesday night. The Indians knew Seaman would employ a zone defense much of the night, so they worked on it over the holiday break. The result ...

  • Manhattan boys hold off Vikings, 75-61 Mhsboys12.mercury

    Even though his Manhattan High boys’ basketball team held a lead most of the night against Seaman on Tuesday, head coach Benji George knew the Vikings wouldn’t go quietly. Playing in front of its home crowd for the first time this season, the Indians held off several rallies from ...

  • Falcons get OT win at Rock Creek

    At Flush, the Falcons escaped with a 52-51 overtime win against Rock Creek Tuesday night in the first game of the new semester for both teams. Riley County led by six points after the first quarter but trailed at halftime by four points. The Mustangs led by seven heading into ...










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