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  • Centralia 53, Valley Heights 51

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights fell behind early but rallied back to narrowly lose to Centralia in both team’s season openers Thursday. Valley Heights trailed by nine after the first quarter but trimmed the deficit to one by halftime and took a one-point lead going into the fourth quarter. ...

  • Riley Co. 62,  Valley Heights 51

    At Blue Rapids, Riley County took a 23-9 lead in the first quarter and didn’t look back against Valley Heights, taking an 18-point lead to halftime and cruising to the win in the second half. Riley County (2-0) was led by Alyssa Kulp’s 18 points, with Bethany Crubel chipping ...

  • Clay Center 41, Rock Creek 19

    At Flush, Rock Creek trailed by 13 points at halftime and couldn’t make up any ground in the second half of a loss to Clay Center. Morgan Feldkamp led the Mustangs with 13 points in the loss. Rock Creek hosts Abilene on Tuesday. ...

  • Rossville 53, Wamego 48 - OT

    At Wamego, the Red Raiders opened the Kevin Kinderknecht era against Rossville of the Mid-East League, going back and forth with the Bulldogs before heading to overtime and ending with a five-point loss. Southern Illinois signee Caitlyn Claussen led Wamego with 11 points, while Anna Stratton added 10. Wamego (0-1) will try ...

  • Frankfort 47, Pawnee (Neb.) 33

    At Pawnee City, Frankfort (1-0) cruised to a season-opening win against Pawnee City (Neb.) Friday night. Game information and individual scoring were not available. Frankfort travels to Valley Heights on Tuesday. ...

  • Riley Co. 53, BV-Randolph 24

    At Riley, the Falcons took a 15-point lead to halftime and cruised to the win in its season opener against Blue Valley Thursday night, leading by 32 before calling off the dogs in the fourth quarter. Riley County was led by Alyssa Kulp’s 13 points, while the Rams got seven points ...

  • Centralia 66, Valley Heights 52

    At Blue Rapids, Valley Heights opened the 2015-16 season with a loss to Centralia in Brandi Roepke’s first start since tearing her ACL last season. Centralia took an eight-point lead to halftime and led by 10 going into the third quarter, but the Mustangs couldn’t cut into the deficit ...

  • MHS boys pull away in 2nd half of opener

    HAYS — For one quarter on Thursday night, Thomas More Prep was able to slow the game down enough to hang with the Manhattan High boys’ basketball team. But the run-and-gun Indians took care of that in a hurry, taking a six-point lead to halftime before exploding in the third quarter ...

  • MHS girls hold off late Monarch rally in win

    HAYS — With six minutes to play in the fourth quarter, the Manhattan High girls’ basketball team took an 11-point lead — its largest of the game to that point — and seemed to be in control against Thomas More Prep Thursday night. But the Monarchs came storming back, rattling off a 7-0 ...

  • MHS girls hang on to beat TMP, 56-47

    HAYS – The Manhattan High girls’ basketball team held off a furious rally from Thomas More Prep in a season-opening 56-47 win in the quarterfinals of the Hays City Shootout. The Indians were led by Maddie Mittie’s 16 points, with Tarrah Bammes and Garrin Williams each scoring eight. TMP was led ...

  • MHS boys pull away in 2nd half of opener

    HAYS – The Manhattan High boys’ basketball team managed to overcome a slow start and run away with the game in the second half of a 69-53 win over Thomas More Prep in Thursday’s season opener at the Hays City Shootout. The Indians got 20 points from Gabe Awbrey and 14 points ...

  • MHS wrestling geared up for season opener

    Manhattan wrestling coach Robert Gonzales only has two seniors, but he’s not worried. His team returns 10 starters off of last year’s squad, which took sixth at the Class 6A state wrestling tournament and brought home five medals and one title. “We have a strong junior class and they’ ...










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