The Eisenhower Middle School volleyball A team competed in a quadrangular this past Thursday at Anthony Middle School in Manhattan. The Eagles lost to Seaman in two games (12-25, 13-25). Hana Tamura led the team with five service points and Mia Pariona added four. Addy
Back in early July, Rock Creek’s football stadium looked a little bare. The old beachers had been taken down on both sides of the field, and it’s press box had been removed. This Friday, the school will showoff what’s taken place in
The Manhattan Christian College volleyball team defeated Central Christian (McPherson) in three games Monday night. MCC won 25-23, 25-18 and 25-17 to improve to 12-4 on the season. The Crusaders will be hosting NAIA opponent Johnson & Wales University (Denver) on Friday.
The Anthony Middle School eighth grade volleyball A team won twomatches in its first home action of the season on Monday. AMS defeating Emporia 25-19, 25-19 and then took down Abilene 23-25, 25-22 and 15-8. Ayana Gamble led the team with four digs. Raegan Wilcoxson
The Flint Hills Christian School volleyball teams defeated Abilene Baptist on Tuesday. The high school team won in four games — 25-19, 24-26, 25-16 and 25-20. The junior high team won in three games — 25-13, 15-25 and 15-8.
The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade volleyball A team lost a pair of matches at Anthony Middle School on Monday night. Abilene defeated EMS in two games (14-25, 14-25) and then EMS lost to Emporia in a tough three-game match (25-22, 23-25, 13-15). Mackenzie Pease
The Eisenhower Middle School eighth grade volleyball B team picked up its first match win of the season on Monday, splitting a pair of matches. EMS defeated Emporia 25-10 and 25-14 and then lost to Abilene 19-25 and 12-25. Kaitlyn Hagedorn served 16 straight points in
ST MARYS — When a little guy and a big guy get in a fight, it doesn’t always end well for the little guy. That’s exactly what happened to Valley Heights on Friday, as the Mustangs got in a couple punches, but ultimately lost
At Hope, the Lions were too much for Frankfort on Friday, as the Wildcats lost 60-36 on the road. Frankfort trailed 16-8 after the first quarter, and it was already 38-14 by halftime. Both teams went back-and-forth in the second half, scoring 22 points a piece.
At Centralia, playing against one of the top Class 2-1A teams in the state, the Riley County Falcons got all they could handle against Centralia, losing 38-0 on the road. The loss was the second for Riley County this season, with the schedule remaining
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