Staff reports When the Riley County boys’ basketball team got a pair of 3-pointers in the first quarter of its sub-state game at Marysville, it seemed as if the Falcons had a chance to keep their season going. But the Marysville Bulldogs had other ideas.
While the blizzard may have missed the Manhattan area, it didn’t stop safety-minded school administrators from postponing sub-state games scheduled for Monday and Tuesday. One of few games played Monday was the Riley County girls’ 60-26 win over Osage City, which was moved up
RILEY — The Riley County girls basketball team tipped off its postseason in dominating fashion Monday afternoon, crushing visiting Osage City, 60-29. Riley County junior Katelyn Thomson led all scorers with 23 points. She was 7-of-12 from the field and 6-of-9 from beyond the arc. Fellow juniors
The Manhattan Wildcats fifth grade basketball team won a tournament in Wamego this past weekend. The Wildcats beat the Wamego Red Raiders 35-18, the Riley County Falcons 41-20, and the Seneca Bulls 47-13. Wildcats players include Jake Cox, Ben Hulsmeyer, Aiden Lee, Mitch Munsen, Brett
The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team defeated No. 9 Central Christian of Missouri to win the central region championship and advance to the national tournament. Leading 31-27 at halftime, the Crusaders held Central Christian without a field goal in the first seven minutes
The MCC men’s basketball team suffered through their worst half of shooting on the season and lost in the NCCAA Central Region Championship, 69-67, to Grace University. MCC had swept Grace in the regular season, defeating it 96-75 just a little more than two
With the regular season in the books and the postseason starting next week, some teams have a tougher road than others, with several teams finishing strong to earn a top seed, while others faltered down the stretch and will have to work that much harder
Ottawa senior Semi Ojeleye broke the Kansas state scoring record on Tuesday at Eudora, scoring 26 points to bring his career total to 2,563 points. Ojeleye, the brother of former K-State forward Victor Ojeleye, entered the game needing 18 points to break the record held by Josh Reid,
Being different and sticking out isn’t exactly the common method of operation for most high school girls — or any high school kid, for that matter. The Page sisters aren’t like most high school kids, though. They’ve helped lead the Wamego High girls’
The Manhattan Wildcats fifth grade basketball team won a tournament this past weekend at St. Mary’s High School. The Wildcats beat the Holton Blue Cats 37-10, the Cap City Kings 41-19, and the Top City Thunder 34-27 to take first place. Wildcats players include
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