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  • Area Schools | February 18, 2013

    Page sisters have Red Raiders surging

    Father.phatch

    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’

  • Area Schools | February 18, 2013

    Manhattan Wildcats win tourney

    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

  • Area Schools | February 18, 2013

    MCC men lose in league title game

    The Manhattan Christian College men’s basketball team fell short in the Midwest Christian College tournament Saturday losing to the host school Ozark Christian College, 87-74, in the title game. MCC had captured the regular season conference championship and defeated Ozark twice on its way

  • Area Schools | February 18, 2013

    MCC women win conference tournament

    The Manhattan Christian College women’s basketball team won two games this past weekend to capture the Midwest Christian Conference tournament title. Second-ranked MCC rolled over Faith Baptist 78-15 in the first game. The Crusaders secured a comfortable lead in the early minutes and coasted

  • Area Schools | February 18, 2013

    Luckey wins title

    The Luckey Junior High girls’ basketball team won the championship this season with a 14-1 record, beating Washington in the title game, 42-27. Bethany Crubel scored 15 points and 11 rebounds in the game, while Morgan Feldkamp had 12 points and four rebounds. Other team members included Cara

  • Area Schools | February 17, 2013

    Falcons’ Oliver wins 500th game; boys win overtime

    At Rossville, Riley County girls head coach Harold Oliver notched his 500th win on Friday in a 41-20 victory over Rossville. The Falcons (14-5, 7-1 Mid-East) led 30-20 after three quarters before blanking the Bulldogs (3-15, 1-7) in the fourth quarter, 11-0. Madison and Makayla

  • Area Schools | February 13, 2013

    Valley Heights beats Onaga 45-35

    At Onaga, the Mustangs (13-5, 9-2 Twin-Valley) won a close one against Onaga (10-7, 5-4) on the road, taking a four-point lead into the fourth quarter and holding on for the win. HANOVER 67, BLUE VALLEY 49 At Hanover, the Wildcats (12-5, 7-2 Twin-Valley) outscored Blue Valley (2

  • Area Schools | February 12, 2013

    Guggisberg: Area teams have tough road to state

    Grant.phatch

    Within the framework of Kansas high-school athletics, Class 4A is usually considered the toughest classification. The general argument is 4A’s gap in enrollment numbers are the most unfair of any class, with the biggest 4A school (Highland Park with 729) enrolling nearly three times the

  • Area Schools | February 10, 2013

    Blue Valley girls edge Frankfort; Wamego sweeps

    At Randolph, the Blue Valley Rams used a big third quarter to take a lead over rival Frankfort on Friday, and held on to win 51-50 at home. The Rams led 16-15 after the first quarter, but the Wildcats came back in the second quarter

  • Area Schools |Manhattan High School | February 07, 2013

    MHS, area athletes sign letters of intent

    Oftentimes lost in the shuffle of National Signing Day, ESPN crews and all-day recruiting specials, is the student-athlete. The original purpose for collegiate athletic scholarships was to provide financial help in exchange for hard-work and dedication to both sport and academics. For 12 Manhattan Indians, as


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