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  • Indians take 7th in Lawrence

    The Manhattan High girls’ golf team finished in seventh place at the Lawrence High Invitational at Eagle Bend Golf Course on Wednesday. The Indians fired a 368 to take seventh, finishing 32 strokes behind Shawnee Mission East, which won the tournament. Washburn Rural took second place with a 346 and St. James Academy ...

  • MHS soccer beats Wichita South, 5-0 Mhssoccer18.mercury

    Playing at Bishop Stadium against Wichita South, recent history would suggest the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team would beat its opponent handily on Tuesday evening. That was eventually the case in a 5-0 Manhattan win, but the pesky Titans kept things close for 60 minutes as the Indians struggled to convert ...

  • Indians fifth at Topeka West invitational

    Bolstered by a pair of strong performances in singles, the Manhattan High girls’ tennis team took fifth place at the 10-team Topeka West Invitational on Tuesday afternoon. Singles players Cathy Lei and Lexi Bieker each lost their first match of the season playing in the championship rounds of their respective ...

  • Make me the boss and we’d fix what’s ailing baseball Sc -- magazine mug.phatch

    Let’s see, what can we talk about as the Royals stagger through the final week of the regular season? It looks very much like Toronto (42-14 since July 28) will continue to bash monstrous home runs to go with its awesome pitching — and thus cruise to the best record and ...

  • Indians take second at league tourney

    The Manhattan High girls’ golf team rebounded from a tough performance last week to take second place at the Centennial League tournament at Topeka’s Lake Shawnee Monday afternoon. The Indians shot a 377 to bring home second place behind Washburn Rural, which won with a 338. Shawnee Heights finished in third ...

  • Sloppy Indians rout Scots, 41-0

    TOPEKA — When asked what he thought of the Manhattan High football team’s 41-0 win over Highland Park on Friday night, Tribe head coach Joe Schartz took a moment to choose his words carefully. His eventual reply was indicative of the kind of night it was for the heavily-favored Indians. “ ...

  • MHS soccer routs Panthers, 10-1

    Coming off a frustrating 4-2 loss against Washburn Rural at home Thursday night, the Manhattan High boys’ soccer team traveled to Great Bend Saturday afternoon looking to build confidence for the rest of the regular season. The Indians accomplished that goal, winning 10-1 against the Panthers in a strong performance ...

  • Mustangs slam Wabaunsee, 48-14

    At Alma, the Rock Creek Mustangs ended a two-game skid with a big 48-14 win over Wabaunsee on the road on Friday night. Rock Creek rattled off 48 straight points in the first three quarters before the Chargers could manage any points in the fourth period. Carson Becker opened the scoring ...

  • Rossville 62, Riley County

    At Rossville, an early answer wasn’t enough to keep Riley County in the game as Rossville routed the Falcons on Friday. The Falcons ripped off a 74-yard touchdown run from Garrett Staten to respond to an opening score from the Bulldogs to trail 7-6 in the first quarter, but ...

  • Abilene 48, Wamego 13

    At Abilene, the Cowboys scored 26 points in the first quarter and Wamego never had a chance to keep pace as the Red Raiders lost on the road. Abilene ran for three touchdowns and threw another to take a 26-0 lead into the second period, and led 34-0 in the third ...

  • Wash Co. 38, Valley Heights 12

    At Washington, the Mustangs dropped their fourth game of the season in a road loss at Washington County. Individual statistics and scoring summaries were not available from this contest. Valley Heights will start district play against Valley Falls next week at home. ...

  • Hanover blows by Blue Valley in shut out 4.mercury

    RANDOLPH — Things seemed to be over quickly in Randolph on Friday as Hanover routed Blue Valley, 58-0, in a game that was called at halftime. After falling 32-30 against Tescott on the road, it seemed that improvement had been made for a young Rams team, but the Wildcats set any ...










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