The FHSC Warriors won the boys 14-and-under division of Heartland Soccer Invitational in Overland Park last weekend. The Warriors went 4-0 in the tournament and shut out three of their opponents. In pool play, the Warriors defeated FC Roar 2-0, Menace West 5-3
The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade girls won two games at Wamego Tuesday. The A team won 33-16. Therriana Pittman led the A team with 15 points, while Cailey Perkins scored eight and Mackenzie Pease finished with seven. Maggie Morgan had three points. The B
The Riley County Falcons’ football season came to a close on Tuesday with a 25-8 playoff loss at Hiawatha. The Falcons finished as the runner-up in their district with a 4-5 record, but held their own in the first half against a strong Hiawatha team.
The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team lost its home opener Tuesday night, falling 82-72 to Central Christian College from McPherson. Central got off to a solid start in the first half and had a 14-11 lead, and then went on a 12-2
The Anthony Middle School eighth grade girls’ basketball team opened its season with a 43-4 victory over Fort Riley on Tuesday. Kenzie Smith scored 11 points and Raegan Wilcoxson scored eight points. Megan Klug grabbed three rebounds. The B team lost 22-15. Kelsea McDiffett scored eight
The LAFA third-grade Manhattan Indians won the NKFL Super Bowl on Sunday in Topeka. Manhattan was able to avenge its only loss of the season by beating the Blue Thunder 6-0. The first half was a defensive struggle with the Indians gaining the only
WAMEGO — For the second time in three weeks the once high-flying Wamego Red Raiders found themselves grounded, and then run over by a traditionally dominant Class 4A juggernaut. Topeka Hayden rode a powerful rushing attack and pressured Wamego quarterback Kyler Alderson relentlessly en route to
RILEY — There was no shortage of big plays in the season-finale matchup between the Riley County Falcons and the Rock Creek Mustangs on Thursday night at Hal Prichard Stadium. Ultimately, it was the Falcons who had the biggest big play of the night. Riley County’
At Baileyville, after starting the year 5-0, the Blue Valley-Randolph Rams lost their last four games to end the season 5-4 and miss the playoffs. The Rams’ final loss came on Thursday night, falling to District champion Baileyville B&B 66-32. It was the
At Frankfort, the Frankfort Wildcats ended their season by losing to the second-place team in their District in Hanover. In a matchup of Wildcats, it was Hanover that scored early and often, winning 68-16 heading into next week’s state playoffs. It was a difficult
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